The Play of Time

  PREFACE
  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  NOTE ON TRANSCRIPTION

 expand sectionINTRODUCTION  THE LAND AND PEOPLE OF KODI

 collapse sectionPART ONE  THE KODI CONSTRUCTION OF THE PAST
 expand section1  The Imported Past  Foreign Sources of Power
 expand section2  The Local Origins of Time  The Day, Month, and Seasons
 expand section3  The Past in Narrative  The Creation of the Calendar
 expand section4  The Past in Objects
 expand section5  The Past in Action  The Rites of the Kodi Year

 collapse sectionPART TWO  EXCHANGE SEQUENCES AND STRATEGIES
 expand section6  Exchanges over Time  Continuities Between Past and Present
 expand section7  Time as Value  Taking the Bull by the Horns
 expand section8  Contested Time  The Feast in Dream Village
 expand section9  Death and the End of Time  Final Exchanges

 collapse sectionPART THREE  LOCAL TIME AND THE ENCOUNTER WITH "HISTORY"
 collapse section10  A New Order of Time  Church and State
 Entering the "Bitter House": Stages of a Dialogue
 Finding "Religion" in the Indigenous System
 Early Evangelization
 The First Dialogue with the Church
 Christianity and the Critique of Colonialism
 Beginnings of Conflict Between the Church and Local Practice
 Evangelization and Development: New Routines and Disciplines
 Recent Reinterpretations
 Rationalized Paganism: Old Rites in New Times
 expand section11  The Past as Ideology  New Heroes, New Histories
 expand section12  The Embattled Chronologer  The Politics of the Calendar
 expand section13  Revolutions in Time, Revolutions in Consciousness

  BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES
 expand sectionINDEX

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