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Woven Gods

Woven Gods An imaginative and thought provoking study of clowning in Rotuma especially of ritual clowning in contexts of marriage ceremonies and the weaving of fine mats Completely fascinating Canberra Anthropo

  • Title: Woven Gods
  • Author: Vilsoni Hereniko
  • ISBN: 9780824816551
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An imaginative and thought provoking study of clowning in Rotuma, especially of ritual clowning in contexts of marriage ceremonies and the weaving of fine mats Completely fascinating Canberra Anthropology A challenge to readers both in its form and content This book conveys the lively, complex and often hilarious elements, both of daily life and celebratory ri An imaginative and thought provoking study of clowning in Rotuma, especially of ritual clowning in contexts of marriage ceremonies and the weaving of fine mats Completely fascinating Canberra Anthropology A challenge to readers both in its form and content This book conveys the lively, complex and often hilarious elements, both of daily life and celebratory rituals, as they are expressed in contemporary culture Journal of Intercultural Studies

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      Published :2019-09-05T18:09:43+00:00

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    1. Vilsoni Hereniko, as a Western educated Rotuman, has made an excellent contribution to Pacific Island Studies with this publication. According to the author, Woven Gods are embodied in the fine mats that the Rotuman women weave (also according to the author, Rotuman fine mats surpass even Tongan and Samoan fine mats). In Pacific cultures, the community interest overrides personal interests. There the opportunities for resentment arises and to air them publicly would only cause further problems. [...]


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