What Place for Hunter-Gatherers in Millennium Three?

Statement of Responsibility:
Headland, Thomas N. and Doris E. Blood, editors
Series Issue:
39
Date:
2002
Publisher:
SIL International and International Museum of Cultures
Publisher Place:
Dallas, TX
Part Of Series:
Publications in Ethnography 39
Extent:
xxiii, 105 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

Foreword Alan Barnard
Preface William R. Merrifield
Contributors
Introduction Thomas N. Headland and Doris E. Blood

  1. Human Rights, Development, and the San of Southern Africa Robert K. Hitchcock
  2. The Efe Foragers in the Ituri Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo: Survival in the New Millennium? Robert C. Bailey
  3. Helping Farmers Reclaim Their Land: Sustainable Development and the Philippines Good Roots Project Ben J. Wallace
  4. Why Southeast Asian Negritos are a Disappearing People: A Case Study of the Agta of Eastern Luzon, Philippines Thomas N. Headland
  5. Change and Resilience among the Agta of Isabela and Cagayan Provinces, the Philippines P. Bion Griffin
  6. How Many Trees Does a Forest Make? S. H. Sohmer
  7. Tropical Deforestation and Culture Change Among the Agta of the Sierra Madre, Eastern Luzon: A Photographic Depiction Thomas N. Headland
  8. A Bibliography of the Agta of Eastern Luzon, Philippines Thomas N. Headland and P. Bion Griffin

Reviews
A Small Exhibit on the Agta and their Future P. Bion Griffin
Area Filipinos Help Tell Story of Aborigines Katie Menzer

Index

Content Language:
Field:
Work Type:
Subject:
Ethnography
Anthropology
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
7909