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Record #209064:

Trails and tails: multiple stories of human movement and modernity / David Turnbull.

Title: Trails and tails: multiple stories of human movement and modernity / David Turnbull.
Author(s): Turnbull, David.
Date: 2011.
Publisher: Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz
In: Arctic geopolitics and autonomy. (2011.),
Abstract: Explains that indigenous peoples' narratives constitute technologies by which they have navigated for thousands of years. Presents new accounts of two major feats of human exploration: Polynesian occupation of Pacific and Eskimo occupation of Arctic. Argues that Eskimo and Polynesians developed socio-technological complexes enabling them to move in extremely difficult environments that remain central to their cultural identities today.
Notes:

In: Arctic geopolitics and autonomy / Michael T. Bravo, Nicola Triscott, eds.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Inuit.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
903 -- Archaeology.
93"-" -- Period before birth of Christ.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(6) -- Africa.
SPRI record no.: 209064

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