9 edition of Co-wives and calabashes found in the catalog.
|Series||Women and culture series|
|LC Classifications||F2431.S27 P74 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|ISBN 10||0472100459, 0472080458|
|LC Control Number||83016929|
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Website of Richard and Sally Price, the Best Book Award of the American Political Science Association in the field of Human Rights and the Senior Book Prize of the American Ethnological Society. Co-Wives and Calabashes "Conceived with sophistication but presented with simplicity and clarity" --Choice. know, but her book on Saramakan women (Co-wives and Calabashes) is of the level of a cum laude dissertation. During the s a reader on Maroon Societies () and a bibliography about the Surinamese Maroons () were published. The Prices also organised an exhibition of Maroon art which had a beautiful catalogue ().
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my head. But as Price drew the details from the two parts of the book together in her conclusion, I finally began to understand the scope of her work and its implications. It leads to some exciting possibilities for re-examining the art of many more cultures.
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Title Co-wives and Calabashes: 1st Edition (Women and Culture Series) Binding Paperback. Book Condition Used: Very Good. Type Paperback. Publisher University of Michigan Press ISBN Number / Seller ID Co-wives and Calabashes. Second Edition. Sally Price. "A wonderful book, researched with care and developed with originality Conceived with sophistication but presented with simplicity and clarity, the book can appeal to undergraduates as well as professionals.".
Co-Wives and Calabashes. by Sally Price "A beautifully crafted book: well written, well organized, peerless in its ethnography, and theoretically robust and original."--Sidney W. Mintz, author of Sweetness and Power "Beautifully written and organized, scrupulously researched, unobtrusively original, polemical and emphatic.
I have nothing but. IN SHORT. J Abrams is the book's protagonist and, in a rare reflective moment, he tells us he was ''good at mysteries. ''Co-wives and Calabashes'' raises questions about. In this book, Price examines Saramakan gender relations and art forms. She describes the making, and designing of calabash utensils, clothing, and songs, mostly by women.
She discusses how these art forms are interrelated, and their relationship to gender relations. Samarakan culture is marked by gift exchange between couples.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Afro-American arts of the Suriname Rain Forest, On the mall, Primitive art in civilized places, Paris Primitive, Saamaka Dreaming, Co-wives and calabashes, Le Bagnard et le Colonel, Les Marrons Are you sure you want to Written works: Enigma Variations.
I'll attempt in this essay to follow up on Norma's wisdom, updating the picture of Maroon women and their arts as reported in my book, Co-wives and Calabashes.
It has, after all, been almost twenty years, and as Norma reminded me, a lot can happen, artwise, in that amount of : $ Shareable Link.
Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Although co-wives hold equal status, relations between them are expected to be adversarial.
The Saramaka treat marriage as an ongoing courtship, with frequent exchanges of gifts such as men's woodcarving and women's decorative sewing. Although many women live primarily in their husband's village, men never spend more than a few days at a time. A Calabash Of Diamonds by Margaret Lane by Margaret Lane and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Sacred Queens and Women of Consequence is a pathbreaking examination of the contact encounter in Hawaii from the perspective of Hawaiian women.
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Richard and Sally Price have been learning and writing about Afro-Caribbean life for 30 years. Richard Price's most recent books are First-Time and Alabi's World. Sally Price's publications include Co-Wives and Calabashes and Primitive Art in Civilized Places.
Together they have written Afro-American Arts of the Suriname Rain Forest, Two Evenings in Saramaka Pages: This book has opened up so many doors for me and the lessons learned will stay with me for a long time.
Thanks to Ms. Hooper. Amazing research and interesting stories. Brings history and its complex female characters to life. Lincoln's Generals' Wives: Four Women Who Influenced the Civil War--for Better and for Worse.I just finished Co-wives and Calabashes (second edition, In this light, her criticism of the book Blood Magic and similar publications seems justified.
The people she studied and lived with valued the fact of her using a menstrual hut more than even her learning the local language!