Anthropology: Films and Videos in the University of Arizona Library

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The Waika and Makiritare: Food Gathering (1972)

Julien Bryan.
DESCRIPTION 16mm reel (11 min.)
SERIES Indians of the Orinoco.
SUMMARY Shows, without narration, the Waika and Makiritare Indians of South America catching snakes and fish and gathering large worms at the river banks to be dressed, cooked, and eaten.
SUBJECTS Yecuana Indians -- Food.
SUBJECTS Waica Indians -- Food.
SUBJECTS Indians of South America -- Food.
Media Film A-10,517

The Waika and Makiritare: Journey to the Makiritare (1972)

Julien Bryan.
DESCRIPTION 16mm reeel (9 min.)
SERIES Indians of the Orinoco.
SUMMARY Shows, without narration, the difficult journey made by the cameraman up the Orinoco and Padamo Rivers in South America to a remote Makiritare Indian village.
SUBJECTS Yecuana Indians.
SUBJECTS Venezuela -- Description and travel.
SUBJECTS Waica Indians.
Media Film A-10,515

We Are All Neighbors: Bosnia (1993)

Produced & directed by Debbie Christie, Granada Television.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (52 min.)
SERIES Disappearing world. War.
SUMMARY "In a Muslim/Catholic village near Sarajevo, rumors fly and suspicions spread. When Catholic Croats assert control, Muslim businesses are attacked, villagers arrested and harassed, and homes threatened. Three weeks later, neighbors who had been close friends for 50 years no longer speak to each other, and the peaceful coexistence between Croats and Muslims disintegrates into mutual distrust and fear."--Container.
SUBJECTS Bosnia and Hercegovina -- History -- 1992-
SUBJECTS Yugoslav War, 1991-1995 -- Bosnia and Hercegovina.
Media Video DR1313 .W4 1993

Who Owns the Past? (2000)

An Independent Producers Services presentation.
DESCRIPTION 1 videocassette (ca. 57 min.)
SUMMARY Explores the attitudes and behavior of European Americans toward the remains of Native Americans from the earliest European settlement in America to the 1990's with the discovery of "Kennewick Man" by the Columbia River in Washington, whether those remains were located in burials or the result of death in battle. The late 20th century movement by Indians to reclaim their ancestors' remains succeeded to a considerable degree, but conflicts with goals of scientists continue.
SUBJECTS Human remains (Archaeology) -- United States.
SUBJECTS Archaeology -- Moral and ethical aspects.
SUBJECTS Cultural property -- Repatriation -- United States.
SUBJECTS Culture conflict -- United States -- History.
SUBJECTS Archaeologists -- United States -- Attitudes.
Media Video E98.M34 W48 2000

Women: An Anthropological Perspective (1976)

Lecturer: Ruby Rohrlich Leavitt.
DESCRIPTION 1 cassette 2-track. mono.
SUBJECTS Women -- History.
SUBJECTS Women -- Social conditions.

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