3 edition of Among the forest dwarfs of Malaya. found in the catalog.
|Statement||With an introd. by Geoffrey Benjamin.|
|LC Classifications||DS595.2.S4 S3313 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 288 p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||74180468|
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Among the Forest Dwarfs of Malaya. Paul SCHEBESTA. Publisher: London: Hutchinson & Co. Publication Date: undated but circa Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good Edition: 1st Edition.
Good hardback. Some marks, rubbing bumping and fading, mainly to spine. Cloth is split & frayed along edges of spine but binding is tight.
Among the Forest Dwarfs of Malaya. By Paul Schebesta. Translated by Arthur Chambers. 9x6, pp., photographic illustrations, 7 sketches in the text, 1 map. London: Hutchinson & Co., n.d.' 21s. net. The author of this book has written a very vivid and detailed account of.
The Negritos of Malaya Book. March ; DOI: / ISBN: ; Review of Schebesta *s Among the Forest Dwarfs of Malaya. Skeletal Remains from the Kuala Selinsing. Paul Schebesta. Among the Forest Dwarfs of Malaya.
Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press,xiv, pp. Reviewed by Rudolf Rahmann, SVD It is a felicitous coincidence that this book can be reviewed in the same issue of this Quarterly that contains my article on.
She refers, in that post, to the book Among the Forest Dwarfs of Malaya by the German anthropologist Paul Schebesta. He described the Batek as “dwarfs,” a characterization that she disputes. But his statement about the Batek, which she quotes, is interesting.
“Fathers and mothers are very devoted to their children,” Schebesta wrote. Adi Taha. Rock Arts in Peninsular Malaysia. Proceeding Thailand Malaysia: Malay Peninsula Archaeology Programme, hlm. Bangkok: Fine Arts Department. Schebesta gives a fascinating popular account of his fieldwork and findings in Among the Forest Dwarfs of Malaya, translated by Arthur Chambers (London, ).
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A Highly Coloured Narrative Of Adventure Among The Semang will appeal to readers who favour the personal touch and an anecdotal style. Among the Forest Dwarfs of Malaya (Hutchinson, 21s.) is certainly not dull, and Herr Schebesta. Burenhult, Niclas, Nicole Kruspe & Michael Dunn. Language history and culture groups among Austroasiatic-speaking foragers of the Malay Peninsula.
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The nineteen tales and sketches, which are enclosed within the covers of this Book, relate to certain brown men and obscure things in a distant and very little known corner of the Earth.
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