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Allison   Jablonko

Independent researcher

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I speak in the following language(s): English

Member of
Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO)
() European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Geographic administrative areas
Geographic places
Papua New Guinea
Madang Province
Historical periods
20th century
21st century
Indigenous languages
  • PhD Research (1963 to 1964)
    Dance and Daily Activities Among the Maring People of New Guinea — Columbia University, New York, NY.
    A Cinematographic Analysis of Movement Style, based on fieldwork and subsequent application of choreometric concepts.
  • Field Research (1968)
    Maring Return — partial funding from Wenner-Gren
    Additional filming of daily life among the Fungai-Korama clan cluster of the Simbai Valley for archiving with the National Anthropological Film Archive of the Smithsonian Institution
  • Collaborative Project (1969)
    Filming the Maurice Godelier at work in the field with the Baruya people — CNRS and independent funding
    Research film, ethnographic film, material culture, kinship, agriculture
  • Collaborative Project (1982)
    "To Find the Baruya Story" and "Her Name Came on Arrows" — CNRS and private funding
    Completion of the work of annotating and translating the 16 mm. materials on Maurice Godelier's fieldwork among the Baruya of the Wonanara Valley, Eastern Highlands, PNG, and updating Godelier's understanding of the 13 year old material in order to finally edit and distribute two ethnographic films.
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