Karen : AP07.

This collection of 10 documents, all in English, covers a variety of cultural, geographical and historical information from the 1820s to 2008. The basic sources to consult are two works by H.I. Marshall, a missionary who lived with the Karen in 1910-1918. The first work focuses on Karen's relat...

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Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Authors: Ferrars, Max., Hamilton, James W., Keyes, Charles F., Kunstadter, Peter., Marlowe, David H., Marshall, Harry Ignatius, 1878-, Pollock, Nancy J., 1934-, Rajah, Ananda.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2013-
Series:EHRAF World Cultures. Asia.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Karéns /
  • Max and Bertha Ferrars
  • Pwo Karen : at the edge of mountain and plain /
  • James W. Hamilton
  • Introduction ; References /
  • Charles F. Keyes
  • Ethnic group, category, and identity : Karen in northern Thailand /
  • Peter Kunstadter
  • In the mosaic : the cognitive and structural aspects of Karen-other relationships /
  • David H. Marlowe
  • The Karens of Burma /
  • Harry I. Marshall, with 8 illustrations specially drawn by C.H.G. Moorhouse, and 1 map
  • The Karen people of Burma : a study in anthropology and ethnology /
  • Rev. Harry Ignatius Marshall, M.A.
  • Culture summary, Karen /
  • Nancy Pollock Khin
  • Remaining Karen : a study of cultural reproduction and the maintenance of identity /
  • Ananda Rajah.