Publikasi Flores Tengah & Ende
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List Publikasi on Flores Tengah by Gregory Forth on Flores

Books
  1. Wildman: Images from Flores, Southeast Asia, and Elsewhere. London: Kegan Paul. (To appear in 2008)
  2. Nage birds: Classification and symbolism among an eastern Indonesian people. London and New York: Routledge. 2004 (246
    pages).
  3. Guardians of the land in Kelimado: Louis Fontijne's study of a colonial district in eastern Indonesia (Translated from the Dutch
    and edited with an Introduction and Afterword by Gregory Forth). Translation Series 27. Leiden: The Royal Institute (KITLV) Press.
    2004 (279 pages).
  4. Dualism and hierarchy: Processes of binary combination in Keo society. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2001 (360 pages)
  5. Beneath the volcano: Religion, cosmology and spirit classification among the Nage of eastern Indonesia. Leiden: The Royal
    Institute (KITLV) Press. 1998 (369 pages).

Papers and chapters in books:
  1. ‘Can animals break taboos?: Applications of ‘taboo’ among the Nage of eastern Indonesia’. Oceania 77(2): 215-231. 2007
  2. ‘Pigeon and friarbird revisited: A further analysis of an eastern Indonesian mythico-ornithological contrast’. Anthropos 102:495-
    513. 2007
  3. ‘Flores after floresiensis: Implications of local reaction to recent palaeoanthropological discoveries on an eastern Indonesian
    island’. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Royal Institute, Leiden) 162 (2/3): 332-45. 2006.
  4. ‘Sounds, spirits, symbols and signs: birds in Nage cosmology’. In Les Messagers divins: aspects esthétiques et symboliques
    des oiseaux en Asie du Sud-Est, edited by Pierre LeRoux and Bernard Sellato, Paris/Marseille: Seven Orients/Presses de
    l'Université de Provence. Pp. 579-614. 2006.
  5. 'Hominids, hairy hominoids and the science of humanity', Anthropology Today 21 (3):13-17. 2005.
  6. 'The diatribe of 'Ajo Bupu and the oration of Lowa Bata: examples of parallelistic speaking among the Nage of central Flores
    (Indonesia)'. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 6(1): 35-56. 2005.
  7. 'Palaeoanthropology and local legends: Homo floresiensis in the news', Anthropology Today 21 (1):22. 2005.
  8. 'Public affairs: institutionalized non-marital sex in an eastern Indonesian society'. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde
    (Royal Institute, Leiden) Vol. 160 (2/3): 315-338. 2004.
  9. 'A "cock" and "bull" story: Nage sex terms and their implications for ethnozoological classification'. Anthropological linguistics 46
    (4): 427-49. 2004.
  10. 'Editor's Introduction', in Gregory Forth, editor, Guardians of the land in Kelimado: Louis Fontijne's study of a colonial district in
    eastern Indonesia. Leiden: KITLV Press. pages 1-58. 2004.
  11. 'Editor's Afterword: Wolo Wea and Keli Mado in current perspective; a critical evaluation of Fontijne's study of Nage society and
    culture'. in Gregory Forth, editor, Guardians of the land in Kelimado: Louis Fontijne's study of a colonial district in eastern
    Indonesia. Leiden: KITLV Press. pages 201-53. 2004
  12. 'A tale of two villages: dualism, precedence and hierarchy among the Keo of south central Flores', to appear in M. Vischer, ed.
    Precedence: processes of social differentiation in the Austronesian world. Canberra: Australian National University Press. In
    press. (17 printed pages)
  13. 'Change and continuity in Nage house form', in R. Schefold, P.J.M. Nas, and G. Domenig (eds.), Indonesian houses : tradition and
    transformation in vernacular architecture Volume 1. The Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology (KITLV; VKI 207), Leiden.
    pp. 219-50. 2003.
  14. 'Supplementary notes on Nage bird classification and ethnoornithology'. Anthropos 94: 568-74. 1999.
  15. 'Who are the Nage?'. Antropologi Indonesia: Indonesian Journal of Social and Cultural Anthropology 56: 59-67. 1998.
  16. 'Things that go po in the night: the classification of birds, sounds, and spirits among the Nage of eastern Indonesia'. Journal of
    Ethnobiology 18 (2): 189-209. 1998.
  17. 'Ritual implications of settlement change: an eastern Indonesian example'. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 154(4):
    593-612. 1998.
  18. 'On deer and dolphins: Nage ideas regarding animal transformation'. Oceania 68(4): 271-293. 1998.
  19. 'Nage (central Flores)'. Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture, Vol. 2 (pp. 1093-94). P. Oliver, ed. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. 1997
  20. 'Ancestral: Sumbanese'. Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture, Vol. 1 (pp. 593-94). P. Oliver, ed. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. 1997
  21. 'A comparative analysis of Nage kin terms: Western and eastern variations'. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 152 (2):
    204-235. 1996.
  22. 'To chat in pairs: Lexical pairing as a pervasive feature of Nage mundane speech'. Canberra Anthropology 19 (1): 31-51. 1996.
  23. 'Nage birds: Issues in ethnoornithological classification'. Anthropos 91: 89-109. 1996.
  24. 'Blood, sacrifice and efficacy among the Nage of central Flores'. in For the sake of our future: Sacrificing in eastern Indonesia. S.
    Howell, ed. Leiden: Centre for Non-Western Studies. 1996.
  25. 'Two terminologies from eastern Keo'. Sociologus 45 (2): 153-168. 1995.
  26. 'Ethnozoological classification and classificatory language among the Nage of eastern Indonesia'. Journal of Ethnobiology 15 (1):
    45-69. 1995.
  27. 'Considerations of Keo as an ethnographic category'. Oceania 64: 302-16. 1994.
  28. 'Keo kin terms'. Anthropos 89: 95-109. 1994.
  29. 'Nage kin terms: A new form of eastern Indonesian social classification'. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 149 (1): 94-
    123. 1993.
  30. 'Social and symbolic aspects of the witch among the Nage of eastern Indonesia'. In C. W. Watson and R. F. Ellen, eds.
    Understanding witchcraft and sorcery in Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 1993.
  31. 'The pigeon and the friarbird: The mythical origin of death and daylight in eastern Indonesia'. Anthropos 87: 423-41. 1992.
  32. 'Conjecture, comparison and the coaxing of souls: Errington's omission'. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 148 (1):
    125-29. 1992.
  33. 'Shamanic powers and mystical practitioners among the Nage of central Flores'. Canberra Anthropology 14 (2): 1-29. 1991
  34. 'Construction sacrifice and head-hunting rumours in central Flores (eastern Indonesia)'. Oceania 61 (3): 257-66. 1991.
  35. 'Eastern Indonesian brother-in-law terms'. Sociologus 41 (1): 49-72. 1991.
  36. 'Nage directions: An eastern Indonesian system of spatial orientation'. In. O. Gron et al., eds. Social space. Odense: Odense
    University Press. 1990.
  37. 'From symmetry to asymmetry: An evolutionary interpretation of eastern Sumbanese relationship terminology'. Anthropos 85: 373-
    92. 1990.
  38. 'The pa sese festival of the Nage of Bo'a Wae (central Flores)'. In C. Barraud & J. Platenkamp, eds. Ritual and socio-cosmic order
    in eastern Indonesian societies. Special issue of Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 145(4): 502-19. 1989.
  39. 'Animals, witches and wind: Eastern Indonesian variations on the "thunder complex"'. Anthropos 84: 89-106. 1989.
  40. 'Prescription gained or retained?: Analytical observations on the relationship terminology of Ndao, eastern Indonesia'. Sociologus
    38 (2): 166-183. 1988.
Publikasi dan Penelitian Tentang Ende dan Flores Tengah

  • Working Paper #14 Kanisius Rambut "Pengetahuan, Sikap dan Praktek Sanitasi dan Kesehatan Lingkungan: Studi Kasus
    Kecamatan Pulau Ende, Kabupaten Ende, NTT" PDF
  • Philiphus Tule 2006 Chapter 9. We Are Children Of The Land: A Keo Perspective. PDF
  • Sugishima Takashi 20006. Where Have the “Entrepreneurs” Gone? A Historical Comment on Adat in Central Flores. PDF
  • Sugishima Takashi 1994. Double descent, alliance, and botanical metaphors among the Lionese of Central Flores. PDF
  • Satoshi Nakagawa 2007. From Paddy to Vanilla, Elephant Tusks to Money. PDF
  • Yamaguchi , Masao 1989. Nai Kéu, a ritual of the Lio of Central Flores. PDF