Sea Hunters Of Indonesia Is A Comprehensive Study Of The Coastal Community Of Lamalera, Whose Traditional Ways Of Life Make It Unique One Is An Unusual Kind Of Sea Fishing The Hunting Of Whales, Porpoises, And Giant Manta Rays The Other Is The Production, By The Women Of The Community, Of Remarkable Fine Dyed Textiles Recently These Traditions Have Come Under Intense Pressure From External Economic Influences, And The People Of Lamalera Are Starting To Move Into Modern Occupations The Community, Famous For The Beauty Of Its Setting As Well As For Its Crafts, Is Now A Major Tourist Attraction, And It May Now Survive Only As Part Of The Tourist Industry At This Crucial Point In The History Of The Region, R H Barnes Offers A Richly Detailed And Beautifully Illustrated Picture Of The Culture And Economy Of Lamalera, The Fruit Of Many Years Study He Records All Aspects Of Life In Lamalera, And Places It In The Broader Context Of Past, Present, And Future Of Indonesia As A Whole.
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- 496 pages
- Sea Hunters of Indonesia
- Robert H. Barnes
- 27 June 2017 Robert H. Barnes