This chapter explores how rural residential and agricultural land claims in Timor-Leste’s Oecusse (Ambeno) enclave are established, maintained and transferred through various means including warfare, agricultural use, allocation by customary leaders and government programs, and migration.
Fataluku society forms the main ethno-linguistic community of Lautem 2 district in far eastern Timor-Leste (sometimes referred to as Ponta Leste), with an estimated population of about 40 000 people (National Census 2004). 3 A Papuan-language-speaking peoples, Fataluku society nevertheless shares many cultural features with their Austronesian-speaking neighbours (McWilliam 2007a).
Land and life in Timor-Leste: Ethnographic Essays - cover; Title page; Imprint and copyright information; Contributors; Map; 1. Land and Life in Timor-Leste: Introduction - Andrew McWilliam and Elizabeth G. Traube; 2. Origins, Precedence and Social Order in the Domain of Ina Ama Beli Darlari - Susana Barnes; 3. Opening and Closing the Land.
As the book claimed, it shifted focus from the study of models to the study of metaphors—the often highly poetic articulation of metaphors of life. This book, Life and Land in Timor-Leste, follows a trajectory set out in The Flow of Life. Like The Flow of Life, all the papers in this volume are based on considerable fieldwork.
The Flow of Life in Timor-Leste In exploring the theme of land and life in Timor-Leste, we seek to make explicit comparative association with the now classic volume edited by James J. Fox (1980) entitled The Flow of Life: Essays on eastern Indonesia.
In exploring the theme of land and life in Timor-Leste, we seek to make explicit comparative association with the now classic volume edited by James J. Fox (1980) entitled The Flow of Life: Essays on eastern Indonesia. The book marked a significant shift in the direction of ethnographic research on eastern Indonesian societies, moving from a concern with prescriptive organisational structures.
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Select Resources on Timor-Leste. The following is a very brief list of maps, websites and books that provide good introductions to different aspects of Timor-Leste's geography, history and contemporary society. There is an enormous variety of material available on Timor-Leste, so these resources provide possible starting points.
Land and Life in Timor-Leste: Ethnographic Essays. By Traube and Andrew McWilliam. Abstract. Following the historic 1999 popular referendum, East Timor emerged as the first independent sovereign nation of the 21st Century. The years since these momentous events have seen an efflorescence of social research across the country drawn by shared interests in the aftermath of the resistance.
Land and Life in Timor-Leste: Ethnographic essays Ritual life was disru pted but not completely suspended during the occupation. While regular physical r eturns to ancestral origin villages were r.
Get this from a library! Land and life in Timor-Leste: ethnographic essays. (Andrew McWilliam; Elizabeth G Traube;) -- Following the historic 1999 popular referendum, East Timor emerged as the first independent sovereign nation of the 21st Century. The years since these momentous events have seen an efflorescence of.
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Moses Matthews from Newport News was looking for web security research paper. Leonard Marsh found the answer to a search query web security research paper.Andrew McWilliam, author of Land and Life in Timor-Leste: Ethnographic Essays, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.He has active research projects in Indonesia and Timor-Leste and has published widely on customary resource tenures, community economies and the anthropology of governance. He is the author of several monographs and edited volumes, including Land and life in Timor-Leste: Ethnographic essays, (co-edited with E. G. Traube) (ANU Press, 2011).