Anthropology: Films and Videos in the University of Arizona Library
Baboon Behavior (1961)
Dept. of Anthropology, University of California.
DESCRIPTION 16mm reel (31 min.)
SERIES Baboon social life series.
SUMMARY Shows baboons in their native habitat in Kenya, and compares their behavior with that of counterparts in human development.
Media Film D-10,796
A Balinese Trance Seance; Jero on Jero; a Balinese Trance Seance Observed (1983)
Linda Connor, Timothy Asch, Patsy Asch.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (50 min.)
SUMMARY In a Balinese trance seance, Jero Tapakan, a spirit medium in a small , central Balinese village, consults with a group of clients in her shrine house. In Jero on Jero, anthropologist Linda Connor and filmmakers Tim and Patsy Ash return to Bali and present Jero with a videorecording of the previous film and elicit comments from her about the film and the experience of possession.
SUBJECTS Mediums -- Indonesia -- Bali Island.
SUBJECTS Spiritualism -- Indonesia -- Bali Island.
SUBJECTS Healers -- Indonesia -- Bali Island.
SUBJECTS Medical anthropology -- Indonesia -- Bali Island.
SUBJECTS Jero Tapakan.
Media Video BF1281.J47 B34 1983z
The Basques of Santazi (1987)
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (51 min.)
SERIES Disappearing world.
SUMMARY The Basque Shepards of Santazi have brought their sheep to pasture high in the French Pyrenees for hundreds of years. Now their way of life is threatened by modern industry.
Media Video DC611.B313 B37 1987
Before Columbus (1993).
DESCRIPTION 6 videocassettes (168 min.).
CONTENTS [Pt.1] Invasion -- [pt.2] The right to their own lands -- [pt.3] Temples into churches -- [pt.4] Teaching Indians to be White -- [pt.5] Rebellion -- [pt.6] The Indian experience in the 20th
SUMMARY This series of programs presents the other side of the "discovery" saga as the native peoples of the Americas tell their own story of the destruction of their culture and their lands and of their growing efforts to fight back.
SUBJECTS Indians, Treatment of -- North America.
SUBJECTS Indians, Treatment of -- South America.
SUBJECTS Indians of North America.
SUBJECTS Indians of South America.
Media Video E58 .B43 1993
Biblical Intercontextuality: The Bible Is Full of Itself (1999)
PUBLISHER [Washington, D.C.]: Biblical Archaeology Society, c1999.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (50 min.)
SUMMARY "Challenging the view that one can fully understand the meaning of a biblical verse based solely on that verse alone, Sanders explains the concept of biblical intertextuality. Since the Bible is full of inner references, one must study a single verse along with the verses that foreshadow or refer back to it, as well as the verses that deal with common themes. He cites specific examples of biblical intertextuality and discusses the traditions of scholarship that have used the concept in their work."--Container.
SUBJECTS Intertextuality in the Bible.
Media Video BS1171.2 .B53 1999
Blades and Pressure Flaking (1983)
University of California, Extension Media Center.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (VHS) (21 min.)
SUMMARY François Bordes demonstrates how stone blades were probably made by direct percussion and by the punch technique; Don Crabtree demonstrates various methods of manufacturing tools by pressure flaking techniques.
SUBJECTS Stone implements.
SUBJECTS Tools, Prehistoric.
Media Video GN434 .B53 1983
Bones of Contention: Native American Archaeology (1995, C1998)
A BBC production.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (49 min.)
SUMMARY This program provides an even-handed examination of the conflict between Native American groups and scientists, historians, and museum curators concerning the issue of the remains of more than 10,000 Native Americans unearthed at archaeological sites across the U.S. In doing so, it also provides an excellent survey of American Indian archaeology in the U.S.
SUBJECTS Culture conflict -- United States -- History.
SUBJECTS Indians of North America -- Antiquities.
SUBJECTS Archaeology -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Media Video E77 .B663 1998
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