Ryan Schram
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Witches' wealth: witchcraft, confession, and Christianity in Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea
R Schram
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 16 (4), 726-742, 2010
222010
Notes on the Sociology of Wantoks in Papua New Guinea
R Schram
Anthropological Forum 25 (1), 3-20, 2015
192015
Finding money: business and charity in Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea
R Schram
Ethnos 75 (4), 447-470, 2010
162010
Sit, Cook, Eat, Full Stop: Religion and the Rejection of Ritual in Auhelawa (Papua New Guinea)
R Schram
Oceania 77 (2), 172-190, 2007
152007
One mind: enacting the Christian congregation among the Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea
R Schram
The Australian journal of anthropology 24 (1), 30-47, 2013
142013
A new government breaks with the past in the Papua New Guinea Parliament’s “Haus Tambaran”
R Schram
Material world: A global hub for thinking about things, 2014
92014
A society divided: death, personhood, and Christianity in Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea
R Schram
HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 5 (1), 317-337, 2015
82015
Harvests, Feasts, and Graves: Postcultural Consciousness in Contemporary Papua New Guinea
R Schram
Cornell University Press, 2018
62018
Indecorous, Too Hasty, Incorrect: Market and Moral Imagination in Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea
R Schram
Anthropological Quarterly 89 (2), 515-537, 2016
42016
Only the names have changed: Dialectic and differentiation of the indigenous person in Papua New Guinea
R Schram
Anthropological theory 14 (2), 133-152, 2014
32014
“Tapwaroro is true”: Indigenous Voice and the Heteroglossia of Methodist Missionary Translation in British New Guinea
R Schram
Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 26 (3), 259-277, 2016
22016
Birds will cover the sky: Humiliation and meaning in two historical narratives from Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea
R Schram
Ethnohistory 63 (1), 95-117, 2016
22016
Liana Chua, The Christianity of Culture: Conversion, Ethnic Citizenship, and the Matter of Religion in Malaysian Borneo. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
R Schram
Comparative Studies in Society and History 55 (3), 756-757, 2013
12013
The Border in the Eye of the Beholder: Interculturalism in the Pacific
R Schram
Anthropological Quarterly 85 (4), 1257-1267, 2012
12012
Feast of water: Christianity and the economic transformation of a Melanesian society
R Schram
UC San Diego, 2009
12009
The compensation page: News narratives of public kinship in Papua New Guinea print journalism
R Schram
2020
Ryan Schram: Harvests, Feasts, and Graves: Postcultural Consciousness in Contemporary Papua New Guinea
R Schram
2020
Ryan Schram: On John Chau: North Sentinel Island and the secular sacred of uncontacted peoples
R Schram
2020
Ryan Schram: Florence Young: Missionary to Melanesians in Queensland of the 1880s
R Schram
2020
Sanguma em i stap (Sanguma is real)
R Schram
2019
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