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Modern cows and exotic trees: Identity, personhood, and exchange among the Iraqw of Tanzania in Ethnology Volume XLI (41) Number 2

Modern cows and exotic trees: Identity, personhood, and exchange among the Iraqw of Tanzania in Ethnology Volume XLI (41) Number 2

Modern cows and exotic trees: Identity, personhood, and exchange among the Iraqw

Modern cows and exotic trees: Identity, personhood, and exchange among the Iraqw of Tanzania in Ethnology Volume XLI (41) Number 2 - 2002

by Katherine A Snyder

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155–173 pages with bibliography. Royal octavo (10" x 6 3/4") bound in original publisher's wrappers. Ethnology Volume XLI Number 2 complete issue. First edition. The article explores the Iraqw people's forms of identity and personhood, and how ideas of personhood have changed since the precolonial era. The Iraqw are a Cushitic ethnic group who live in northern Tanzania, and are thought to have originated in the Arusha and Manyara regions. Condition: Light edge wear with bumped corners, head page ends soiled else very good.
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  • Title Modern cows and exotic trees: Identity, personhood, and exchange among the Iraqw of Tanzania in Ethnology Volume XLI (41) Number 2
  • Author Katherine A Snyder
  • Edition First
  • Condition Used - Very Good
  • Pages 155–173 pages with bibliography
  • Publisher University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh
  • Date 2002
  • Bookseller's Inventory # AK0037

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