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The Nuer conquest

the structure and development of an expansionist system

by Raymond C. Kelly

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuer (African people) -- History.,
  • Nuer (African people) -- Social life and customs.,
  • Dinka (African people) -- History.,
  • Dinka (African people) -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRaymond C. Kelly.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT155.2.N85 K45 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 320 p. :
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3021244M
    ISBN 100472080563, 0472100645
    LC Control Number85001409

    But since Nuer expansion occurred prior to , it is the earlier practice of dawn raids with shock weapons that is relevant to any discus- sion of the "Nuer conquest." Students of the Nuer see their rapid expansion at the expense of the Dinka as unusual and requiring a com- . The Nuer feel that the Dinka-led government is working insufficiently to protect the property of the Nuer and so the Nuer are fighting for the preservation of their livelihoods.

    The Nuer Conquest: The Structure and Development of an Expansionist System. As noted earlier, upon completion of Etoro Social Structure, and before turning to Constructing Inequality, Kelly pursued a book-length project devoted to the Nuer conquest. Some of the basic analytic objectives of this project were forecast in an important article on. How come the are Nuer terms to be politically organization than Dinka. In my opinion this Book the Nuer conquest is a conspiracy written by someone who was paid by Dinka in order to trap Nuer into Dinka, Anyuak hatred. I made a research I come to understand we people of South Sudan came from east (Ethiopia) moving towards the west(South Sudan.

    Full text of "The Nuer: a description of the modes of livelihood and political institutions of a Nilotic people" See other formats. The Nuer Conquest 作者: Raymond C. Kelly 出版社: University of Michigan Press 副标题: The Structure and Development of an Expansionist System 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN:


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The book has an elegiac quality, as the Nuer society he described no longer exists. From the s, external influences increased and The Nuer conquest book area they live in was at area of conflict.

Despite this, and despite Evans-Pritchard's stance as an observer rather a participant (which gives an air of remoteness to his work), "The Nuer" is essential Cited by: The Nuer Conquest: The Structure and Development of an Expansionist System.

Raymond Case Kelly. University of Michigan Press, Well i also speak a little Nuer my good to finally see other people talking about Nuer.

If any other people want another book about Nuer look up John Kuek. Contents. s: 1. The Nuer Conquest book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Territorial conquest The Nuer conquest book completed with the annexation of the independent sultanate of Darfur inbut military pacification continued throughout the first thirty years of the twentieth century, culminating in 'the Nuer Settlement'.

These campaigns are important for another reason: they were the cause of the Sudan government redirecting the Price: $ The primary analytic objective of my book The Nuer Conquest is to identify (I)the proximate and underlying factors that provided a sustained impetus to Nuer terri- torial expansion, (2) the means by which this was ac- complished, including the source of the Nuer advantage over the Dinka, (3)the process of divergence and struc- tural change that.

The Nuer Nation Book. likes. The is page is dedicated to questions and discussion revolving around the central claim of the book that the Nuer people should form an independent ers: The Nuer: A Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People is a ethnographical study by the British anthropologist E.

Evans-Pritchard (–73) first published in The work examined the political and familial systems of the Nuer people in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan and is considered a landmark work of social : E.

Evans-Pritchard. The Nuer people are a Nilotic ethnic group primarily inhabiting the Nile are concentrated in South Sudan, and also constitute a majority in Ethiopia's Gambela speak the Nuer language, which belongs to the Nilotic language of the largest ethnic groups in southern Sudan, the Nuer people are pastoralists who herd cattle for a ia:( census).

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The Nuer people of South Sudan hold a special if unwanted place in imperial history as the object of Britain’s last ‘pacification’ campaign in Africa. Territorial conquest was completed with the annexation of the independent sultanate of Darfur inbut military pacification continued throughout the first thirty years of the twentieth.

Empire and the Nuer Documents and Texts from the Pacification of the Southern Sudan Edited by Douglas H. Johnson. A British Academy Publication. Fontes Historiae Africanae. Covers important events in Britain's involvement in Africa that have repercussions today in South Sudan; Makes available previously unpublished documents.

"The Nuer" is a superb ethnographic work done by Evans-Pritchard. But when you realize the forces behind his work, it's really difficult to not read the book as a military report: here and there you'll find strategic information about Nuer's manners and institutions, information used, of couse, to better control the Nuer people/5.

Empire and the Nuer The Nuer people of South Sudan hold a special if unwanted place in imperial history as the object of Britain’s last ‘pacification’ campaign in Africa. Territorial conquest was completed with the annexation of the independent sultanate of Darfur in.

The definitive conquest of the Lou Nuer in by British colonial forces of the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium regime () ended the rapid nineteenth century Nuer advance into formerly Dinka and Anyuak occupied lands. However, the eastward movement of Lou and Jikany Nuer did not cease completely.

Although forceful. The Nuer Language. [English language text] Diedrich Westermann. Gedruckt in der Reichsdruckerei, Berlin, 71p. trade paperback, covers bumped/scuffed/chipped, binding tight, text clean This is the first major study of the Nuer based on primary research since Evans-Pritchard's classic Nuer Religion.

It is also the first full-length historical study of indigenous African prophets operating outside the context of the world's main religions, and as such builds on Evans-Pritchard's pioneering work in promoting collaboration and dialogue between the disciplines of anthropology and.

ECOLOGY AND CONQUEST: CRITICAL NOTES ON KELLY'S MODEL OF NUER EXPANSION Jan J. de Wolf Utrecht University "Nilotic ethnography has become standard fare in contemporary social and cultural anthropology" (Burton ).

As a consequence many anthropologists who did not have extensive first-hand acquaintance with the. The Nuer a description of the modes of livelihood and political institutions of a Nilotic people by E.

Evans-Pritchard. 5 Want to read; Published by Clarendon Press in Cited by: A cultural profile of the Nuer people of South Sudan.

A few also live in Ethiopia. The Nuer are a Nilotic people whose lives are organized around their cattle. They live along the Nile River and move farther up from the banks in the high flood season. Read this book on Questia. I have previously written two books on the Nuer, a cattle-herding people dwelling in the swamps and savannah of the southern Anglo-Egyptian Sudan: The Nuer.A Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People was published in and Kinship and Marriage among the Nuer in The present volume, Nuer Religion, completes a study.

The Nuer people of South Sudan hold a special if unwanted place in imperial history as the object of Britain's last 'pacification' campaign in Africa.

Territorial conquest was completed with the annexation of the independent sultanate of Darfur inbut military pacification continued throughout the first thirty years of the twentieth Price Range: $ - $  Kelly's findings on the nature of the Nuer–Dinka conflict were detailed in his book The Nuer Conquest.

Kelly found that slight differences in bridewealth payments, entailing transfers of cattle between the groom's and bride's kin, provided the impetus for Nuer : Nick Zagorski.This book provides an excellent summary of the available literature of the pygmy Nuer priests have various responsibilities; the most important type is the “leopard- man’s thesis that civil war strengthens tribal unity, and the “conquest theory” of the origin of the state.

The bulk of the book discusses the framework and Author: William A. Lessa.