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From "Stone-Age" to "Real-Time": Exploring Papuan Temporalities, Mobilities and Religiosities ed. by Martin Slama and Jenny Munro (review)

From "Stone-Age" to "Real-Time": Exploring Papuan Temporalities, Mobilities and Religiosities ed.... book and media reviews 249 From “Stone-Age” to “Real- or space, of capital or goods, and Time”: Exploring Papuan Tempo- across social hierarchies. Religiosities ralities, Mobilities and Religiosities, point to relationships between Papuan edited by Martin Slama and Jenny spirituality and ethnonationalism, Munro. Canberra: Australian historicity, and cosmology. National University Press, 2015. The theme of Papuan mobilities, isbn 9781925022421 (cloth); isbn and the shame that can arise in mobil- 9781925022438 (e-book); xiii + 270 ity’s wake, figure centrally in both pages, list of contributors, photo- Munro’s and Leslie Butt’s contribu- graphs, maps, illustrations, references. tions (chapters 7 and 9, respectively). Cloth, us$30.00; e-book free. Munro’s essay reveals how experi- ences of shame make legible the evo- This highly original and analyti- lutionist hierarchies and racial stigma cally diverse collection of essays on that follow Papuan youth, even as contemporary Papua explores nar- they assume privileged roles as univer- ratives and experiences of inequality sity students in North Sulawesi. Butt’s through the lens of their constitutive discussion of male migration and hiv spatiotem poral dimensions. The titular looks at the understudied experiences “real-time” refers to the temporal of men who return home to Papua immediacy of digital technologies of seeking http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

From "Stone-Age" to "Real-Time": Exploring Papuan Temporalities, Mobilities and Religiosities ed. by Martin Slama and Jenny Munro (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 30 (1) – Jan 12, 2018

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2008 University of Hawai'i Press.
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book and media reviews 249 From “Stone-Age” to “Real- or space, of capital or goods, and Time”: Exploring Papuan Tempo- across social hierarchies. Religiosities ralities, Mobilities and Religiosities, point to relationships between Papuan edited by Martin Slama and Jenny spirituality and ethnonationalism, Munro. Canberra: Australian historicity, and cosmology. National University Press, 2015. The theme of Papuan mobilities, isbn 9781925022421 (cloth); isbn and the shame that can arise in mobil- 9781925022438 (e-book); xiii + 270 ity’s wake, figure centrally in both pages, list of contributors, photo- Munro’s and Leslie Butt’s contribu- graphs, maps, illustrations, references. tions (chapters 7 and 9, respectively). Cloth, us$30.00; e-book free. Munro’s essay reveals how experi- ences of shame make legible the evo- This highly original and analyti- lutionist hierarchies and racial stigma cally diverse collection of essays on that follow Papuan youth, even as contemporary Papua explores nar- they assume privileged roles as univer- ratives and experiences of inequality sity students in North Sulawesi. Butt’s through the lens of their constitutive discussion of male migration and hiv spatiotem poral dimensions. The titular looks at the understudied experiences “real-time” refers to the temporal of men who return home to Papua immediacy of digital technologies of seeking

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 12, 2018

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