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    “Tapwaroro is true”: Indigenous voice and the heteroglossia of Methodist missionary translation in British New Guinea: In the semiotic ideology of many Christian discursive practices, it is assumed that any language… http://rschram.org/vita/tapwaroro/
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      ...: Papuan Times launched a campaign for new equipment in 1954, and requested donations in every issue.… http://rschram.org/status_updates/485/
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        ...: It's moving to see Papuan Times editors continue publishing amidst the slow deterioration of their… http://rschram.org/status_updates/483/
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          ...: I'm enjoying the fact that one of the ingredients in yogurt is yogurt. http://rschram.org/status_updates/480/
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            Pei bilong sosopen: An article from Lae Garamut, 1948: Another of the postwar education department newsletters in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea… http://rschram.org/2016/07/23/pei-bilong-sosopen/
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              Debra McDougall, Engaging with Strangers: Love and Violence in Rural Solomon Islands: When a boat left the shores of Australia to return hundreds of Melanesian laborers to their homes… http://rschram.org/vita/engaging-with-strangers/
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                Indecorous, Too Hasty, Incorrect: Market and Moral Imagination in Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea: Malinowski quotes a typical Kiriwina man in Argonauts of the Western Pacific: “He conducts his Kula… http://rschram.org/vita/indecorous/
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                  The 2016 meeting of the Australian Anthropological Society is in Sydney, December 12-15: Posted on behalf of Neil Maclean <anthropology.aas2016@sydney.edu.au> Dear Colleagues, The… http://rschram.org/2016/07/20/aas-in-syd/
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                    Yumi olsem wantok tasol: An article from Rabaul News, 1948: Rabaul News was a Pidgin-language newsletter published with support from the Department of… http://rschram.org/2016/06/28/yumi-olsem-wantok-tasol/
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                      What is the value of money?: Some scenes from Auhelawa's fiscal landscape: [RS: These snapshots informal economic activity all come from my fieldwork in Auhelawa (Normanby… http://rschram.org/2016/05/17/scenes_from_auhelawas_fiscal_landscape/
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                        Birds Will Cover the Sky: Humiliation and Meaning in Two Historical Narratives from Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea: This article examines how the people of Auhelawa, a society on the south coast of Normanby Island,… http://rschram.org/vita/birds/
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                          ...: Amalgamation worked out OK for Papua New Guinea, that's all I'm saying. #nswpol http://rschram.org/status_updates/428/
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                            Jeffrey Sissons, The Polynesian Iconoclasm: Religious Revolution and the Seasonality of Power: Today, one is asked to contemplate the end of the world on a regular basis. This seems to be an era… http://rschram.org/vita/sissons/
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                              A society divided: Death, personhood, and Christianity in Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea: Christianity invites one to consider it as an antisocial and disembedding force, in particular as… http://rschram.org/vita/divided/
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                                ...: Packing for #ESfO2015. Any tips for a nine-hour layover in KL or train from Amsterdam to Brussels? http://rschram.org/status_updates/384/