Papers of an American anthropologist, consisting largely of carbon copies of anthropological field notes taken by Bruce Knauft
and his wife Eileen when they lived among the Gebusi people of Papua New Guinea from 1980-1982. The notes include information
on social structure, kinship, and culture, with especial emphasis on spiritual activities of the Gebusi, including transcriptions
of audio recordings made at seances.
Bruce M. Knauft is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Emory University in Atlanta. Born on January 25, 1954, Knauft
graduated Magna Cum Laude in anthropology from Yale University in 1976. He received his M.A. in anthropology from the University
of Michigan in 1979, and he earned his PhD. in anthropology from Michigan in 1983.
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