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Harple, Todd S. 2000 Controlling the Dragon: An ethno-historical analysis of social engagement among the Kamoro of South-West New Guinea (Indonesian Papua/Irian Jaya), PhD Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.
    © Todd S. Harple, 2000. Reproduced with permission.
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Title pages: table of contents, abstract (pdf 331k)
Introduction: Background to research and outline of dissertation (pdf 709k)
Chapter 1: Engaging the eternal: Amoko-kwere as Interpretive Strategy... (pdf 136k)
Chapter 2: Contextualising Colonisation on the "Fringe" (pdf 1.0Mb)
Chapter 3: The Mimika Coast at the turn of the Twentieth Century (pdf 1.4Mb)
Chapter 4: Turabaya-we and Taxation: Administration from 1926 to 1944 (pdf 1.1Mb)
Chapter 5: The Return of the Two Sisters: Administration and Mission... (pdf 433k)
Chapter 6: Timika: The Emergence of a Mining Community (pdf 377k)
Chapter 7: Engaging the Contemporary (pdf 483k)
Conclusion: Eternally Amoko (pdf 260k)
Bibliography (pdf 73k)
Appendix: Annotated Bibliography of Jan Pouwer (pdf 23k)


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