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Author: Robert Fredric AustinP W BedwordBenedict SandinR A CrambJulian DavisonAll authors
Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 1995-
Series: eHRAF world cultures., Asia.
Edition/Format:   Website : Document   Continually Updated Resource   Computer File : English
Database:WorldCat
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The Iban are an indigenous group in Sarawak, a state of Malaysia, on the island of Borneo. This file on the Iban consists of 35 documents. The dates covered by the literature are from ca. 1840-1990. Predominant themes are agriculture (primarily rice cultivation), culture history, migrations, religion, and warfare (including much information on head-hunting). The works of Freeman, one of the outstanding modern  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Continually Updated Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Fredric Austin; P W Bedword; Benedict Sandin; R A Cramb; Julian Davison; Derek Freeman; Edwin Herbert Gomes; Penelope Graham; Alfred C Haddon; Wm Howell; Erik Jensen; Margit Ilona Kományi; Hugh Brooke Low; Hugh Low; Valerie Mashman; Christine Padoch; J Perham; Peter M Kedit; Annemarie Pilz; Robert Pringle; Vinson H Sutlive; Ulla Wagner; Robert L Winzeler; Human Relations Area Files, inc.
OCLC Number: 51468813
Notes: Title from Web page (viewed Apr. 17, 2008).
This portion of eHRAF world cultures was last updated in 1995 and is a revision and update of the microfiche file.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents: Iban migration / Robert Frederic Austin --
Sea Dayak diet / P.W. Bedford --
Iban adat and augury ; The Sea Dayaks of Borneo ; Iban way of life / Benedict Sandin --
The evolution of Iban land tenure / R.A. Cramb --
The children of nising / Julian Davison --
Iban agriculture ; Iban social organization ; Some reflections on the nature of Iban society ; The Iban ; The family system of the Iban of Borneo / Derek Freeman --
Seventeen years among the Sea Dyaks of Borneo / Edwin H. Gomes --
Iban shamanism / Penelope Graham --
Iban Sea Dayak fabrics and their patterns / Alfred C. Haddon and Laura E. Start --
A Sea Dyak dictionary / Revd. William Howell and D.J.S. Bailey --
The Sea Dyak / Revd. Wm. Howell --
The Iban and their religion / Erik Jensen --
The real and ideal participation in decision-making of Iban women / Margit Ilona Komanyi --
The natives of Borneo, edited from the papers of the late Brooke Low, Esq. / Hugh Brooke Low --
Sarawak / Hugh Low --
Warriors and weavers / Valerie Mashman --
Migration and its alternatives among the Iban of Sarawak / Christine Padoch --
Manangism in Borneo / John Perham --
Meanwhile, back home--bejalai and its effects on Iban men and women ; Modernization among the Iban of Sarawak / Peter Mulok Kedit --
Manang Jabing Anak Incham / Annemarie Pilz --
The Ibans of Sarawak under Brooke rule, 1841-1941 / Robert Maxwell Pringle --
Cultural summary, Iban / Vinson H. Sutlive, Jr. and John Beierle --
From longhouse to pasar ; Keling and Kumang in town ; Tun Jugah of Sarawak / Vinson H. Sutlive --
Colonialism and Iban warfare / Ulla Wagner --
Latah in Sarawak, with special reference to the Iban / Robert L. Winzeler.
Series Title: eHRAF world cultures., Asia.

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The Iban are an indigenous group in Sarawak, a state of Malaysia, on the island of Borneo. This file on the Iban consists of 35 documents. The dates covered by the literature are from ca. 1840-1990. Predominant themes are agriculture (primarily rice cultivation), culture history, migrations, religion, and warfare (including much information on head-hunting). The works of Freeman, one of the outstanding modern authorities on the Iban, used in conjunction with the earlier descriptive accounts of Low, Howell, and Gomes, and supplemented by the more recent ethnographies of Pringle, Sutlive, Wagner, Benedict Sandin, and Padoch, provide a good overall view of Iban culture and society.

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