Research Publications for Fraser R Macdonald

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  • Macdonald, F., & Kirami, J. (2017). Women, mobile phones, and M16s: Contemporary New Guinea Highlands warfare. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 28, 104-119. doi:10.1111/taja.12175

  • Macdonald, F. (2017). [Review of Magic: A theory from the South, by Ernesto De
    Martino]. Anthropological Forum, 27(2), 173-175. doi:10.1080/00664677.2016.1265279

  • Macdonald, F. (2017). A Melanesian ‘Great Awakening’? charismatic revivalism in the PNG highlands. In 2017 Conference of the Australian Anthropological Society, the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth and the Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Conference held at the University of Adelaide, Australia.

  • Macdonald, F. (2017). Cosmology and crisis in Oksapmin, Papua New Guinea. Oceania, 87(2), 156-172. doi:10.1002/ocea.5157

  • Macdonald, F. (2017). Of Drums and Gods: 'Tradition' and Christianity in Oksapmin Church Soundscapes. In Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO); Sounds of the Pacific panel. Kaua'i, Hawaii.

  • Macdonald, F. (2017). [Review of Critical Christianity: Translation and denominational conflict in Papua New Guinea by Courtney Handman]. American Ethnologist, 44(2), 370-371.

  • Macdonald, F. (2016). From blood to oil: Mining, cosmology, and human sacrifice in Central New Guinea. Oceania, 86(1), 40-56. doi:10.1002/ocea.5114

  • Macdonald, F. (2016). Ontology, magic, and El Nino: Perspectives on drought from Oksapmin, Papua New Guinea. In International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES): World anthropologies and privatization of knowledge: engaging anthropology in public. Conference held at Dubrovnik, Croatia.

  • Macdonald, F. (2015). ‘Lucifer is behind me’: The diabolisation of Oksapmin witchcraft as negative cosmological integration. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 16(5), 464-480. doi:10.1080/14442213.2015.1056544?journalCode=rtap20

  • Macdonald, F. (2014). 'Always been Christian': Mythic conflation among the Oksapmin of Papua New Guinea. Anthropological Forum, 24(2), 175-196. doi:10.1080/00664677.2014.886997

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