Drumming to Forget / Les tambours de l'oubli

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Drumming to Forget / Les tambours de l'oubli

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A beautiful coffee table book about the Suowi Ankave people by two world renowned anthropologists who have studied them for nearly 50 years.

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Drumming to Forget: Ordinary Life and Ceremonies among a Papua New Guinea Group of Forest Dwellers is a master work describing the Suowi Ankave people, the inspiration behind Indigenous Health Solutions. Meticulously researched and written by Pascale Bonnemère and Pierre Lemonnier, with English translation by Nora Scott.

This large format hardcover book, with text in both French and English, offers ample full color photographs and great insight into the culture of the Suowi Ankave, a “people of forest dwellers"

213 pages. Published by Au vent des iles—musée u quai Branly 2007.

Your new photographic anthropology book will come with a card explaining that the book is symbolic of direct support to the PNG forest and the life that depends on it.