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Material Culture Studies and Ethnocultural Identity

  • Bernard SellatoEmail author
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Part of the Asia in Transition book series (AT, volume 4)

Abstract

This chapter briefly exposes the changing focuses of material culture studies through the twentieth century. It then assesses the available corpus of studies in Borneo’s material culture, proposing a rough periodisation of the types of publications and describing in broad categories the material productions examined in these publications. Finally, using some examples, it endeavours to shed light on the linkages between material culture, on the one hand, and social relations and ethnocultural identity, on the other.

Keywords

Borneo Material culture Ethnocultural identity Social relations Trade 

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