The Ovahimba Years
A Transmedia Ethnography in Namibia and Angola
Petite Rina
Les années Ovahimba
Une ethnographie transmedia en Namibie et Angola
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dedicated to the memory of Ruy Duarte de Carvalho (1941-2010)
Ruy Duarte de Carvalho, writer, ethnographer, filmmaker, poet, was a friend and a colleague. He helped me to extend my research of the Otjiherero Language Speaking Peoples into the Namibe and Cunene Provinces of Angola. He made his bibliography available to me when I started my research; a rare and generous gesture. In 2009, I made a film portrait of Ruy in Maputo during the Dokanema Film Festival. Ruy Duarte de Carvalho, une vie en Angola, was released in 2014.
Ruy Duarte
Author Title
Publisher
  Aprovimento Hidráulico do Rio Cunene
Ministério do Ultramar
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Instituto de investigação cinetifica de angola, Divisão de etnologie e etnografia, Luanda 1970
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Campassion, Communion
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The Kunene Drainage System from Swartbooisdrift to Otjinungwa
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CRANDALL, David, P. The Strength of Ovahimba patrilineage
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CRANDALL, David, P.

Himba Flora Taxonomy and Herbal Medicines

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CRANDALL, David, P. The Place of Stunted Ironwood Trees: a year in the lives of the cattle-keeping Himba of Namibia. 
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CRANDALL, David, P.

The Role of Time in Himba Valuations of Cattle

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CRANDALL, David, P. The Importance of Maize Cultivation Among the OvaHimba
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CRANDALL, David, P. Female over Male or Left over Right: solving a classificatory puzzle among the OvaHimba 
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CRANDALL, David, P. The Strength of the OvaHimba Patrilineage
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ESTERMANN, Carlos

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GEWALD, Jan-Bart

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GEWALD, Jan-Bart

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Omudile muua ohapo; epangelo liua ohamba. Freely translated, this proverb of the Ovakwanyama of northern Namibia means: New leaves produce a good shade; the laws of a king are always as good as new. The proverb paints a picture of wisdom to express the dialectical relationship between continuity and change in customary law. Since royal orders are supposed not to change from one king to the next, they are always as good as new, reads the explanatory note to the proverb by the anthropologist Loeb, who recorded the proverb. Traditional authority is like a tree standing on its roots, rooted in the tradition created by the ancestors of the ruler and the community. These roots remain firm, stable and unchanged, not so the concrete manifestation of authority that changes and responds to changes of the environment. This makes that new leaves are produced by the rooted tree. The new leaves are new and old. They are old, because in structure, colour and their capacity to protect by giving shade, they are more or less like the leaves of last year and the year before; they are new because they react to the challenge of seasons.
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