Hunting and Fishing in a Kammu Village: Revisiting a Classic Study in Southeast Asian Ethnography

Series: NIAS Classics (1)
Hailed on its first publication as 'an outstanding contribution to Southeast Asian ethnography - highly recommended not only for specialists in traditional hunting and fishing but also for those readers who wish to gain some insight from the native's point of viewA into a fascinating tribal minority culture of highland Southeast Asia' (Roland Mischung, Asian Folklore Studies). This reproduction of the 1991 edition is augmented by new material on food cultivation and its preparation among the Kammu by Kam Raw (Damrong Tayanin) and an essay by Hakan Lundstrom.