Study of the Khanty pastoralists of Siberia and their use of sacred landscapes.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Foreword: Landscape Anthropology Part 2 Foreword: Landscape Archaeology and Ethnographic Analogy Part 3 Preface Part 4 Chapter One: Anthropology, Hunter-Gatherers, Social Theory Part 5 Chapter Two: Material Culture and Landscape Part 6 Chapter Three: Locating the Siberian Khanty in Time, Space and Culture Contact Part 7 Chapter Four: Entering into Ethnography: Malyi Iugan Khanty Society and Economy Part 8 Chapter Five: The Role of Animals in Routine and Ritual Practice Part 9 Chapter Six: Sacred Places in the Landscape Part 10 Chapter Seven: Enculturation of Place: Settlements of the Sacred, the Living and the Dead Part 11 Chapter Eight: Enculturation of Space: Landscape, Tenure and Territoriality Part 12 Chapter Nine: Conclusions: A Landscape Anthropology of the Siberian Khanty Part 13 References Part 14 Index
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