Marjorie Shostak did not have any training to become an anthropologist, but her visit to Dobe proved to be highly inspirational and encouraging, and it, in fact, proved to be the first step in the creation of a text that is now widely regarded as a classic in that field. She was a highly talented photographer and a musician. With the help of her artistic skills, she enabled herself to document the artistic output of the women of the !Kung tribe. (It is noticeable that ! in !Kung signifies a tongue click in the !Kung language.) Ready Reference Treatise: Nisa Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Summary of the Book Chapter Four: Critical Analysis
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|Date published: || 2015|
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