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Overview

After spending years as an integral part of the Imbonggu community, Wormsley provides special insight into the lives of these people. In this fascinating narrative, readers learn about the Imbonggu’s social structure, political process, leadership, social and economic exchange and obligations, bridewealth, religion and magic – as well as what it is like to be an anthropologist.

William E. Wormsley, Emory University and Georgia State University

Foreword.
Acknowledgements.
1. If You Had a Mind, You'd Be Out of It.
2. Culture Shock.
3. Am I There Yet?
4. What Do You Do When You Meet a White Man?
5. A Home Away from Home.
6. Mountains at War.
7. Wandering Imbi.
8. What's in a Name?
9. Sexes at War.
10. Take My Daughter, Please!