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Sun Come Up directed by Jennifer Redfearn (review)

Sun Come Up directed by Jennifer Redfearn (review) book and media reviews 199 missionary pilot Les Anderson; Sam the intertwined community that one of Maimafu who tells tales of the “big develops in years of fieldwork and city” Goroka; and Atticks, of Goroka, how “naked” one feels when out of a coffee buyer who was once stuck one’s own community. for three weeks in Maimafu when the Clearly, From Modern Produc- weather was bad and no plane could tion to Imagined Primitive is not only come to retrieve him and the coffee. about the intertwined worlds of coffee Her narrative abounds with tales of production, it is about the process of expatriates such as Ravi and Anu ethnographic observation and about Savarti; Madu Namdu, the Indian the human relationships involved in manager of an export company in any of these enterprises. This fine Goroka; and Angella and Shannon, study could be useful in anthropology wives of expatriate coffee company courses, area studies of Pacific culture, employees, whose tales are interwo- and courses on food studies, as well as ven with concerns about family safety a satisfying accompaniment to many and racism. Other expatriates include hot cups of coffee. Bruce Matton, Dorian Hempsted, larry lake and Ed Johnson, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Sun Come Up directed by Jennifer Redfearn (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 25 (1) – Mar 27, 2013

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2008 University of Hawai'i Press.
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1527-9464

Abstract

book and media reviews 199 missionary pilot Les Anderson; Sam the intertwined community that one of Maimafu who tells tales of the “big develops in years of fieldwork and city” Goroka; and Atticks, of Goroka, how “naked” one feels when out of a coffee buyer who was once stuck one’s own community. for three weeks in Maimafu when the Clearly, From Modern Produc- weather was bad and no plane could tion to Imagined Primitive is not only come to retrieve him and the coffee. about the intertwined worlds of coffee Her narrative abounds with tales of production, it is about the process of expatriates such as Ravi and Anu ethnographic observation and about Savarti; Madu Namdu, the Indian the human relationships involved in manager of an export company in any of these enterprises. This fine Goroka; and Angella and Shannon, study could be useful in anthropology wives of expatriate coffee company courses, area studies of Pacific culture, employees, whose tales are interwo- and courses on food studies, as well as ven with concerns about family safety a satisfying accompaniment to many and racism. Other expatriates include hot cups of coffee. Bruce Matton, Dorian Hempsted, larry lake and Ed Johnson,

Journal

The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Mar 27, 2013

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