Anthropological Study by a Slovene Researcher Launched in Ljubljana
Ljubljana, 6 April - ANTHROPOLOGY/PAPUA/NEW/GUINEA
An anthropological book about a Papua New Guinea language was promoted on Tuesday. 'Dancing through Time: A Sepik Cosmology' was written by Slovenia's Borut Telban after he had spent three years studying the people of Ambonwars from the Papua New Guinean province of East Sepik who speak the Karawari language. Telban was the first researcher to study this language group. The book was published in English by Oxford University Press last December.
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