K. George
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In the Realm of the Diamond Queen: MarginalIty In an Out-of-the-Way Place:In the Realm of the Diamond Queen: MarginalIty In an Out-of-the-Way Place.
K. George
Philosophy, Sociology
1 February 1997
75 Citations
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About the House: Lévi‐Strauss and Beyond
K. George
Art
1 August 1997
About the House: Levi-Strauss and Beyond. Janet Carsten and Stephen Hughjones, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. xiv + 300 pp., figures, notes, photographs, references, contributors,… Expand
95 Citations
5
Ethics, Iconoclasm, and Qur'anic Art in Indonesia
K. George
Sociology, History
1 November 2009
My research in Indonesia was funded by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, the Social Science Research Council, and the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
24 Citations
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Mixed duopoly, inefficiency, and public ownership
K. George, M. Manna
Business
1 December 1996
If a publicly-owned firm has a higher marginal cost than a private firm, partial public ownership may be welfare-improving, if the public firm acts is Stackelberg leader. If the private firm's… Expand
69 Citations
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Some Things That Have Happened to The Sun After September 1965 : Politics and the Interpretation of an Indonesian Painting
K. George
History
1 October 1997
14 Citations
1
People of the Source: The Social and Ceremonial Order of Tana Wai Brama on Flores. E. DOUGLAS LEWIS
K. George
Geography
1 November 1994
14 Citations
1
Ethical pleasure, visual dzikir, and artistic subjectivity in contemporary indonesia
K. George
Sociology
1 July 2008
ABSTRACT Drawing from a long-term ethnographic collaboration with Indonesian painter A. D. Pirous, this article examines the mingling of art and religion for what it may tell us about subjectivity… Expand
9 Citations
1
Music-Making, Ritual, and Gender in a Southeast Asian Hill Society
K. George
Sociology
24 January 1993
The A. explores the ways in which music-making and gender differences mutually shape one another in a hill society in island Southeast Asia. The questions raised have to do with the role music-making… Expand
15 Citations
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Felling a Song with a New Axe: Writing and the Reshaping of Ritual Song Performance in Upland Sulawesi
K. George
History
1990
Recent studies on the interplay of written texts and oral performance have shifted away from "intrinsic" models of literacy and orality in favor of approaches that emphasize the ideological, social,… Expand
25 Citations
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Headhunting, history, and exchange in Upland Sulawesi
K. George
History
1 August 1991
A few weeks after the rice harvest of 1985, drums, song, and loud cries echoed through the headwaters of the Salu Mambi, celebrating the ambush of seven victims in regions downstream. Several bands… Expand
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