Marjorie shostak (may 11, 1945 – october 6, 1996) was an american anthropologist nisa, the life and words of a kung woman cambridge, ma: harvard university press. This is the story of the life of nisa, a member of the kung tribe of hunter-gatherers from southern africa's kalahari desert told in her own words -- earthy, emotional, vivid -- to an anthropologist who succeeded, with nisa's collaboration, in breaking through the barriers of language and culture, the story is a fascinating view of a remarkable woman. Nisa’s story begins with author marjorie shostak’s introduction addressing the context for her conversations with nisa, a woman of the kung ethnic group in southeast africa shostak’s acquaintance with nisa was not immediate, but evolved over a long period of field-work residence in the area. She is a woman of the khung people who live by means of humanity's oldest survival strategy - gathering and hunting this book is the remarkable story of nisa's life, told in her own words to marjorie shostak.
Women across cultures burn, shawn meghan details about nisa: this classic paperback is available once again--and exclusively--from harvard university pressthis book is the story of the life of nisa, a member of the kung tribe of hunter-gatherers from southern africa's kalahari desert. The pseudonym nisa, in her seminal work nisa: the life and words of a kung woman the book is a coupling of both shostak's ethnographic insight and nisa's life history told in her own words. Editions for nisa: the life and words of a kung woman: 0674004329 (paperback published in 2000), 0394711262 (paperback published in 1982), (kindle editi. Link: nisa: the life and words of a kung woman nisa: the life and words of a kung woman ebook description: reviewwhen i reread nisa, as i have done regularly in teaching over the years, i experience its originality, poignancy, and excitement afresh each time.
Coauthor of the book shostak writes, 1 cau- tioned again about the length of time before the book would be completed and the uncertainty of its making any money. The book, “nisa the life and words of a kung woman,” written by marjorie shostak is a culturally shocking and touching book about a woman who had gone through many struggles and horrific tragedies in her life. (the text, “nisa: the life and words of a kung woman,” is available on sparknotes) paper topic marjorie shostak’s ethnography, nisa: the life and words of a kung woman, is guided by the narrative of the stories of nisa’s life.
This book is the remarkable story of nisa's life, told in her own words to marjorie shostak it is a story full of echoes from a female past that we can never know directly but it is also nisa's unique story, her own voice, her own dignity. It is the story of nisa, a member of the kung hunter-gatherer people of southern africas kalahari desert, told in her own words — earthy, emotional, vivid — to marjorie shostak, an american ethnographer. The story of two women--one a hunter-gatherer in botswana, the other an ailing american anthropologist--this powerful book returns the reader to territory that marjorie shostak wrote of so poignantly in the now classic nisa: the life and words of a kung woman. Nisa, a ǃkung woman, kung women usually experience their first menstruation at the age of 16½, their first birth at 19½ and their last birth by their late 30's shostak, marjorie: nisa the life and words of a ǃkung woman, (2006 special edition) boston: harvard university press thomas,. Nisa: the life and words of a kung woman is a memoir by nisa and marjorie shosta that was first published in 1981.
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The author, marjorie shostak, provides at the beginning of each chapter in her book a short introduction of the subject matter which precedes text in the actual chapters recounting nisa's life. Chapter summary for marjorie shostak's nisa: the life and words of a kung woman, chapter 8 summary find a summary of this and each chapter of nisa: the life and words of a kung woman find study resources. Additionally, each chapter of nisa's life is prefaced with objective anthropological findings of typical kung behavior the enthralling story of one woman is juxtapositioned with its historical and sociological context.