8 search results for “cosmovision” in the Public website
Circulating ideas and social valuables in the circum-Caribbean
The main research questions are: (1) to what degree can one speak of a pan-Caribbean cosmovision, and how is this reflected in the pre-colonial material culture of the circum-Caribbean through time, (2) what are the iconographic and stylistic characteristics of the artifact assemblages throughout the…
Rocio Vera Flores
Time and persistence
Contemporary Maya Calendars
Economic value of non-timber forest products among Paser Indigenous People of East Kalimantan
Promotor: G.A. Persoon, Co-promotor: H.H. de Iongh
Unraveling networks of human mobility and exchange of goods and ideas from a pre-colonial, pan-Caribbean perspective
Since the emergence of humankind people have maintained social contacts and traveled widely, establishing interaction networks in which goods are traded and ideas are transmitted, increasingly on a global scale.
Unravelling networks of human mobility and exchange of goods and ideas from a pre-colonial, pan-Caribbean perspective
El Lienzo de Otla
Memoria de un Paisaje Sagrado
Tracing human mobility across the Caribbean
What are the patterns and processes of human mobility in the pre-colonial circum-Caribbean as revealed by burial populations and what are the underlying motives and socio-cultural principles on both micro- and macro-scales?