Nurit Bird-David
Nurit Bird-David
Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Haifa.
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TitleCited byYear
“Animism” revisited: personhood, environment, and relational epistemology
N Bird-David
Current anthropology 40 (S1), S67-S91, 1999
The giving environment: another perspective on the economic system of gatherer-hunters
N Bird-David
Current anthropology 31 (2), 189-196, 1990
The sadness of sweetness: The native anthropology of Western cosmology [and comments and reply]
M Sahlins, T Bargatzky, N Bird-David, J Clammer, J Hamel, K Maegawa, ...
Current anthropology 37 (3), 395-428, 1996
Beyond" The Original Affluent Society": A Culturalist Reformulation [and Comments and Reply]
N Bird-David, A Abramson, J Altman, MG Bicchieri, ES Burch Jr, ...
Current Anthropology 33 (1), 25-47, 1992
Beyond'the hunting and gathering mode of subsistence': culture-sensitive observations on the Nayaka and other modern hunter-gatherers
N Bird-David
Man, 19-44, 1992
Why women hunt: risk and contemporary foraging in a Western Desert aboriginal community
R Bliege Bird, DW Bird, J Balme, N Bird-David, B Campbell, K Hawkes, ...
Current Anthropology 49 (4), 655-693, 2008
Sociality and immediacy: or, past and present conversations on bands
N Bird-David
Man, 583-603, 1994
Tribal metaphorization of human-nature relatedness: a comparative analysis
N Bird-David
Environmentalism, 121-134, 2003
Hunter-gatherers and other people: a re-examination
N Bird-David
Hunters and gatherers 1, 17-30, 1988
Animistic epistemology: Why do some hunter-gatherers not depict animals?
N Bird-David
Ethnos 71 (1), 33-50, 2006
Commodity, gift and mass-gift: on gift–commodity hybrids in advanced mass consumption cultures
N Bird-David, A Darr
Economy and Society 38 (2), 304-325, 2009
The anonymity of the hunt: a critique of hunting as sharing
J Knight, DG Anderson, N Bird-David, G Marvin, M Mullin, L Rival, ...
Current anthropology 53 (3), 000-000, 2012
Political conditions for agrarian reform and poverty alleviation
RJ Herring
Institute of Development Studies, 2000
Wage-gathering: Socio-economic change and the case of the Naiken of South India
N Bird-David
Rural South Asia: linkages, changes and development, 57-86, 1983
Studying Children in “Hunter-Gatherer” Societies: Reflections from a Nay oka Perspective
N Bird-David
Hunter-Gatherer Childhoods, 92-101, 2017
Rolling stones: basalt implements as evidence for trade/exchange in the Levantine Epipalaeolithic
M Weinstein-Evron, D Kaufman, N Bird-David
Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 31, 25-42, 2001
Relational epistemology, immediacy, and conservation: or, what do the Nayaka try to conserve?
N Bird-David, D Naveh
Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture 2 (1), 2008
Las economías: una perspectiva económico cultural
N Bird-David
Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales 154, 1997
No past, no present: A critical‐Nayaka perspective on cultural remembering
N Bird‐David
American Ethnologist 31 (3), 406-421, 2004
Illness-images and joined beings. A critical/Nayaka perspective on intercorporeality
N Bird-David
Social Anthropology 12 (3), 325-339, 2004
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