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G//ANA BIBLIOGRAPHY


Andersson, Lars-Gunnar; Janson, Tore. 1997.
Languages in Botswana: language ecology in southern Africa. Gaborone: Longman Botswana. Pp 204.
Reviews etc.: Andy M. Chebanne, Marang, v. 12/13 (1996/97) p. 45-47; Sabine Neumann, Frankfurter afrikanistische Blätter, v. 9 (1997) p. 159-163; Herman M. Batibo, Botswana notes and records, v. 30 (1998) p. 188ff; Arvi Hurskainen, Nordic journal of African studies, v. 7 (1998) p. 95-99; Robert K. Herbert, Anthropological linguistics, v. 41 (1999) p. 561ff; Dorcas B. Molefe, Journal of southern African studies, v. 25 (1999) p. 708-709.

Barnard, Alan. 1992.
Hunters and herders of southern Africa: a comparative ethnography of the Khoisan peoples. Studies in social and cultural anthropology, 85. Cambridge University Press. Pp xxv, 349.
Reviews etc.: Megan Biesele, Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika, v. 12/13 (1991/92) p. 375-379; Alec C. Campbell, Botswana notes and records, v. 24 (1992) p. 218-219; Mathias Guenther, "'The pattern is the thing': diversity and uniformity amongst Khoisan", Current anthropology, v. 33 (1992) p. 478-481; Timothy J. Stapleton, International journal of African historical studies, v. 25 (1992) p. 437-438; I.N. Mazonde, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, v. 56 (1993) p. 427-428; Robert Ross, African affairs, v. 92/368 (1993) p. 468-470; Rainer Vossen, Anthropos, v. 88 (1993) p. 562-564; Edwin Wilmsen, Journal of southern African studies, v. 19 (1993) p. 530-531; Edwin S. Segal, African studies review, v. 37 (1994) p. 162-166.

Brooks, Alison S. 1978.
A note on the late stone age features at ≠Gi: analogies from historic San hunting practices. Botswana notes and records, 10, p. 1-3.

Brooks, Alison S. 1979.
Archaeological excavations at ≠Gi: a preliminary report on the first two field seasons. Botswana notes and records, 9, p. 21-30.

Campbell, Alec C. 1964.
A few notes on the Gcwi (G/wi) Bushmen of the central Kalahari desert, Bechuanaland. NADA: Rhodesia Ministry of Internal Affairs Annual, 9 (1), p. 39-47.

Campbell, Alec C. 1969.
Gcwi Bushmen: some notes on hunting with poisoned arrows. Botswana notes and records, 1, p. 95-96, photos.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann. 1977.
Subsistence, mobility and territorial organization among the //Ganakwe of the northeastern Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana. Report to the Ministry of Local Government and Lands. Gaborone: Botswana Government.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann. 1979.
Trade and reciprocity among the River Bushmen of northern Botswana. PhD thesis. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico. Pp 217.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann. 1980.
Egalitarianism among hunters and gatherers. American anthropologist, new series, 82 (1), p. 116-120.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann. 1980.
Property and social insurance among the //Gana. Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hunting and gathering societies, p. 717-734. Québec: Institut d'Anthropologie, Université Laval.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann. 1983.
Territoriality among human foragers: ecological models and an application to four Bushman groups. Current anthropology, 24 (1), p. 47-66.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann. 1984.
G//ana territorial organization. Human ecology, 12, p. 443-463.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann. 1984.
The effects of food production on mobility in the central Kalahari. From hunters to farmers, p. 311-327. Edited by John Desmond Clark and Stephen A. Brandt. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Cashdan, Elizabeth Ann; Chasko jnr, William J. 1976.
Report on the Bakgalagadi settlements of Molapo and /O≠we in the Central Reserve. Gaborone: Ministry of Local Government and Lands (Botswana).

Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Irenäus. 1980.
G/wi Buschleute (Kalahari): Krankenheilung und Trance. Homo, 31, p. 67-78.

Gruber, Jeffrey S. 1973.
A story in /Gwi with some linguistic descriptions. Manuscript.
Notes: Source?

Hasselbring, Sue; Segatlhe, Thabiso; Munch, Julie. 2001.
A sociolinguistic survey of the languages of Botswana, v. 2. Sociolinguistic studies of Botswana language series. Gaborone: Basarwa Languages Project, under the University of Botswana/University of Tromsø Collaborative Basarwa Research Programme. Pp v, 196.

Hays, Jennifer; Siegrühn, Amanda. 2005.
Education and the San of southern Africa. Indigenous affairs, 1/2005, p. 26-34.

Heinz, Hans Joachim. 1970.
The //Anakwe and Bugakwe: tales and fables. Manuscript.
Notes: Source?

Jenkins, Trefor; Lane, A.B.; Nurse, George Trevor; Tanaka, Jiro. 1975.
Sero-genetic studies on the G/wi and G//ana of Botswana. Human heredity, 25, p. 318-328.

Kent, Susan. (Ed.) 1996.
Cultural diversity among twentieth-century foragers: an African perspective. Cambridge University Press.
Reviews etc.: Peter Mitchell, African archaeological review, v. 17 (2000) p. 177-181.

Kent, Susan. 1996.
Hunting variability at a recently sedentary Kalahari village. Cultural diversity among twentieth-century foragers: an African perspective, p. 125-156. Edited by Susan Kent. Cambridge University Press.

Köhler, Oswin Reinhold Albin. 1962.
Studien zum Genussystem und Verbalbau der zentralen Khoisan-Sprachen. Anthropos: internationale Zeitschrift für Völker- und Sprachenkunde, 57, p. 529-546.

Maingard, Louis Fernand. 1957.
Three Bushman languages [pt. 1: the first two Bushman languages]. African studies, 16 (1), p. 37-71.
Notes: Deals with Ju/'hoan and G//ana only. The third language (!Ko) is discussed in a follow-up article.

Maingard, Louis Fernand. 1961.
The central group of the click languages of the Kalahari. African studies, 20 (2), p. 114-122.
Reviews etc.: L.F. Maingard, "Alterations", African studies, v. 20 (1961) p. 194.

Marshall, John. 1992.
At the other end of the camera. Visual anthropology, 5 (2), p. 167-173.
Notes: Review of a TV series called People of the Great Sandface by Paul Myburg. Deals with the G/wi.

Miller, Marc S. (Ed.) 1993.
State of the peoples: a global human rights report on societies in danger. Boston: Beacon Press.
Notes: Includes many sections on African peoples, e.g. "The Ju/'hoan Bushmen: indigenous rights in a new country" (p. 33-39) by Megan Biesele, "Bushman peoples of Namibia and South Africa" (p. 165) by Megan Biesele, "G/wi and G//ana of Botswana" (p. 166-167) by John Hudelson, "Hadzabe of Tanzania" (p. 167-168) by Nicholas Blurton Jones, "Nharo Bushmen of Botswana" (p. 172) by Mathias Guenther, "Okavango Delta peoples of Botswana" (p. 174-175) by John Bock, "Tyua of Zimbabwe" (p. 178) by Robert K. Hitchcock, and more.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 1995.
A preliminary report on the click accompaniments in /Gui. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 25 (2), p. 49-63.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 1996.
A first report on the click accompaniments of /Gui. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 26 (1), p. 41-54.
Notes: Not sure if all details are correct.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 1996.
An outline of /Gui phonology. African study monographs: supplementary issue (Kyoto), 22, p. 101-124.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 1996.
The stop system and "unmotivated" palatalization in /Gui and //Gana. Seminar handout. Johannesburg: Department of Linguistics, University of the Witwatersrand.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 1997.
A cluster interpretation of clicks and their accompaniments. Manuscript.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 1998.
Unnatural palatalization in /Gui and //Gana?. Language, identity and conceptualization among the Khoisan, p. 245-263. Edited by Mathias Schladt. Quellen zur Khoisan-Forschung (Research in Khoisan studies), 15. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 1998.
Gui-go no meishi keitairon [Nominal morphology in /Gui]. Journal of Asian and African studies / Ajia Afuriku gengo bunka kenkyu, 55, p. 237-254.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 2004.
Some sociolinguistic aspects of /Gui communities. Journal of Asian and African studies / Ajia Afuriku gengo bunka kenkyu, 67, p. 293ff.

Nakagawa, Hirosi. 2006.
Aspects of the phonetic and phonological structure of the G/ui language. PhD thesis. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand. Pp 303.
Notes: Discusses also G//ana, !Xoo, Ju/'hoansi, Kxoe, Nama, and Sadawe.

Nurse, George Trevor; Tanaka, Noriko; MacNab, G.; Jenkins, Trefor. 1973.
Non-veneral syphilis and Australia antigen among G/Wi and G//Ana San of the Kalahari Reserve, Botswana. Central African journal of medicine, 19, p. 207-213.

Ono, Hitomi. 1996.
/Gui terms of address: rethinking avoidance/joking relationships in terms of their usage of the honorific plural. Seminar handout. Johannesburg: Department of Linguistics, University of the Witwatersrand.

Ono, Hitomi. 1996.
An ethnosemantic analysis of Gui relationship terminology. African study monographs: supplementary issue (Kyoto), 22, p. 125-144.

Osaki, Masakazu. 1984.
The social influence of change in hunting technique among the central Kalahari San. African study monographs (Kyoto), 5, p. 49-62.

Osaki, Masakazu. 1996.
... [A historical perspective on the present situation of /Gui and //Gana Bushmen]. Minzokugaku kenkyu/Japanese journal of ethnology, 61 (2), p. 263-276.
Notes: Title wanting. In Japanese.

Osaki, Masakazu. 2001.
Reconstructing the recent history of the /Gui and G//ana Bushmen. African study monographs: supplementary issue (Kyoto), 26, p. 27-39.

Sheller, Paul. 1977.
The people of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve: a report on the reconnaissance of the reserve, July-September 1976. Unpublished report. Gaborone: Ministry of Local Government and Lands (Botswana).

Silberbauer, George B. 19xx.
Sketch of /Gwikxwisa grammar. Manuscript.
Notes: Source?

Silberbauer, George B. 1961.
Aspects of the kinship system of the G/wi Bushmen of the Central Kalahari. South African journal of science, 57, p. 353-359.

Silberbauer, George B. 1963.
Marriage and the girl's puberty ceremony of the G/wi Bushmen. Africa: journal of the International African Institute, 33 (1), p. 12-24.

Silberbauer, George B. 1964.
A stone age race in modern Africa. Optima, 14 (4), p. 207-215.

Silberbauer, George B. 1972.
The G/wi Bushmen. Hunters and gatherers today, p. 271-326. Edited by Marco Giuseppe Bicchieri. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

Silberbauer, George B. 1973.
Socio-ecology of the G/wi Bushmen. PhD thesis. Clayton (Australia): Monash University.
Notes: Contains "the amazing, and not subsequently published, flow chart connecting some 200 aspects of environment and social life in the central Kalahari in a single, virtually closed system" (Barnard 1992:36).

Silberbauer, George B. 1974.
Social change among the Bushmen of eastern Ghanzi ridge. Manuscript. Gaborone: Botswana National Archives.

Silberbauer, George B. 1979.
Social hibernation: the response of the G/wi band to seasonal drought. Proceedings of the symposium on drought in Botswana, p. 112-120. Edited by Madalon T. Hinchey. Gaborone: The Botswana Society in collaboration with the Clark University Press.

Silberbauer, George B. 1981.
Hunter and habitat in the central Kalahari desert. Cambridge University Press. Pp xx, 330.
Reviews etc.: Robert C. Bailey, African studies review, v. 26 (1983) p. 92-93; Paul Spencer, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, v. 45 (1983) p. 407-408; Edwin N. Wilmsen, "The ecology of illusion: anthropological foraging in the Kalahari", Reviews in anthropology, v. 10 (1983) p. 9-20.
Notes: Based on the author's thesis (Socio-ecology of the G/wi Bushmen), Monash University, 1973.

Silberbauer, George B. 1981.
Hunter-gatherers of the central Kalahari. Omnivorous primates, p. 454-498. Edited by Robert S.O. Harding and Geza P. Teleki. New York: Columbia University Press.

Silberbauer, George B. 1982.
Political process in G/wi bands. Politics and history in band societies, p. 23-35. Edited by Eleanor B. Leacock and Richard B. Lee. Cambridge & Paris: Cambridge University Press; Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.

Silberbauer, George B. 1996.
Neither are your ways my ways. Cultural diversity among twentieth-century foragers: an African perspective, p. 21-64. Edited by Susan Kent. Cambridge University Press.
Notes: Deals with the G/wi.

Snyman, Jan Winston. 2000.
Palatalization in the Tsowaa and G//ana languages of central Botswana. The state of Khoesan languages in Botswana, p. 33-43. Edited by Herman M. Batibo and Joseph Tsonope. Mogoditshane (Botswana) & Gaborone: Tasalls Publ. & Books for the Basarwa Languages Project, University of Botswana and University of Tromsø.
Notes: The chapter title is given "A report on the Tswaa and G//ana languages" in the book's table of contents.

Solway, Jacqueline S. 1987.
Commerciallization and social differentiation in a Kalahari village. PhD thesis. University of Toronto.

Solway, Jacqueline S.; Lee, Richard B. 1990.
Foragers, genuine or spurious? Situating the Kalahari San in history. Current anthropology, 31, p. 109-146.
Reviews etc.: Edwin N. Wilmsen & James R. Denbow, "Paradigmatic history of San-speaking peoples and current attempts at revision", Current anthropology, v. 31 (1990), 489-524; Michael J. Cashimir, "On the milk-drinking San and the 'myth of the primitive isolate'", Current anthropology, v. 31 (1990), 551-554.
Notes: "The article that started the ball rolling. In it Solway and Lee bend quite far towards their opponents in recognizing the difficulties in the 'printine isolate' model. However, they did not bend nearly far enough for the revisionists, whom they criticize for 'imputing links where none existed and assuming that evidence for trade implies the surrender for autonomy'" (Barnard 1992:70). The article is followed by numerous comments.

Story, Robert. 1964.
Plant lore of the Bushmen. Ecological studies in southern Africa, p. 87-99. Edited by D.H.S. Davis. Monographie biologicae, 14. The Hague: Dr W. Junk Publ.
Notes: Deals with the ethnobotany of /Gikwe and eastern !Khu.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1984.
Spatial proximity and bodily contact among the central Kalahari San. African study monographs: supplementary issue (Kyoto), 3, p. 1-43.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1987/88.
Visiting relations and social interactions between residential groups of the central Kalahari San: hunter-gatherer camp as a micro-territory. African study monographs (Kyoto), 8 (4), p. 173-211.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1990.
Interactional aspects of the body in co-presence: observations on the Central Kalahari San. Culture embodied, p. 79-122. Edited by Michael Moerman and Masaichi Nomura. Senri ethnological studies, 27. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1991.
... [Rhetoric of redundancy: "prolonged talk" among the Central Kalahari San]. Bunka o yomu: firudo to tekusuto no aida [Reading culture: between field and text], p. 164-205. Edited by Yutaka Tani. Kyoto: Jinbun Shoin.
Notes: Title wanting. In Japanese.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1991.
... [The conversational organization among the San: with special reference to "prolonged talk". Hito no shizenshi [Natural history of man], p. 107-135. Edited by Jiro Tanaka and Makoto Kakeya. Tokyo: Heibonsha.
Notes: Title wanting. In Japanese.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1991.
The economics of social life among the central Kalahari San (G//anakhwe and G/wikhwe) in the sedentary community of !Koi!kom. Senri ethnological studies, 30, p. 91-116.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1996.
Some methodological issues for the analysis of everyday conversations among the /Gui. African study monographs: supplementary issue (Kyoto), 22, p. 145-164.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1997.
A name as a mnemonic device: an ethnographic study of personal names among the Central San (/Gui and //Gana). Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka), 22, p. 1-92.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 1998.
The 'egalitarian' attitude in everyday conversations among the /Gui. The proceedings of the Khoisan identities and cultural heritage conference, held at the South African Museum, Cape Town, 12-16 July 1997, p. 232-240. Edited by Andrew Bank, Hans Heese and Chris Loff. Cape Town: Infosource in association with the Institute of Historical Research, University of Western Cape.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 2001.
Cognitive space concerning habitual thought and practice toward animals among the Central San (/Gui and //Gana): deictic/indirect cognition and prospective/retrospective intention. African study monographs: supplementary issue (Kyoto), 27, p. 61-98.

Sugawara, Kazuyoshi. 2002.
Optimistic realism or opportunistic subordination? The interaction of the G/wi and G//ana with outsiders. Ethnicity, hunter-gatherers and the "other": association or assimilation in Africa, p. (?). Edited by Susan Kent. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institute Press.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1968.
Bushmen hunter-gatherers in central Kalahari. Shizen, 23, p. (?).

Tanaka, Jiro. 1971.
Busshuman: seitai jinruigakuteki kenkyu. Tokyo: Shisaku-sha.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1971.
The Bushmen: a study of ecological anthropology. Translated from Japanese by David W. Hughes and G.L. Barnes. Ann Arbor: Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1978.
A San vocabulary of the central Kalahari: G//ana and G/wi dialects. African languages and ethnography, 7. Tokyo: Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. Pp xxvii, 158.
Reviews etc.: Ernst Dammann, Afrika und Übersee, v. 62 (1979) p. 229.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1978.
A study of the comparative ecology of African gatherer-hunters with special reference to San (Bushman-speaking people) and pygmies. Senri ethnological studies, 1, p. 189-212.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1978.
Sabaku no Karyudo [Hunters of the desert]. Tokyo: Chuo-Koronsha.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1980.
The San, hunter-gatherers of the Kalahari: a study in ecological anthropology. Translated from Japanese by David W. Hughes. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.
Reviews etc.: George B. Silberbauer, Man, new series, v. 17 (1980) p. 803-804; Edwin N. Wilmsen, "The ecology of illusion: anthropological foraging in the Kalahari", Reviews in anthropology, v. 10 (1983) p. 9-20.
Notes: Not only translated but much edited/updated.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1987.
The recent changes in the life and society of the central Kalahari San. African study monographs (Kyoto), 7, p. 37-51.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1988.
Social integration of the San society from the view point of sexual relationships. African study monographs (Kyoto), 9 (3), p. 153-165.
Notes: Deals with G//ana and G/wi.

Tanaka, Jiro. 1991.
Egalitarianism and the cash economy among central Kalahari San. Senri ethnological studies, 30, p. 117-134.

Tanaka, Jiro; Ichikawa, Mitsuo; Kimura, Daiji. (Ed.) 2001.
African hunter-gatherers: persisting cultures and contemporary problems. African study monographs: supplementary issue, 26. Kyoto: Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University. Pp 280.

Tomaselli, Keyan; Gabriel, Teshome; Masilela, Ntongela; Williams, Amie. 1992.
People of the great sandface. Visual anthropology, 5 (2), p. 153-166.
Notes: Review of a TV series called People of the Great Sandface by Paul Myburg. Deals with the G/wi.

Traill, Anthony; Nakagawa, Hirosi. 2000.
A historical !Xóõ-/Gui contact zone: linguistics and other relations. The state of Khoesan languages in Botswana, p. 1-17. Edited by Herman M. Batibo and Joseph Tsonope. Mogoditshane (Botswana) & Gaborone: Tasalls Publ. & Books for the Basarwa Languages Project, University of Botswana and University of Tromsø.

Valiente-Noailles, Carlos. 1988.
El circulo y el fuego: sociedad y derecho de los Kúa. Buenos Aires: Ediar.
Notes: Deals primarily with the G//ana.

Valiente-Noailles, Carlos. 1991.
Homme-femme: différenciation et complèmentaritè chez les Kua (Bochiman) de la rèserve centrale du Kalahari au Botswana. Bulletin annuel du Musée d'Ethnographie de Genéve, 31/32, p. 1-64.
Notes: Deals primarily with the G//ana.

Valiente-Noailles, Carlos. 1993.
The Kua: life and soul of the Central Kalahari Bushmen. Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema. Pp xi, 232.
Reviews etc.: Alec C. Campbell, Botswana notes and records, v. 25 (1993) p. 191-192 Edwin M. Wilmsen, African studies, v? (199?); Carlos Valiente-Noailles, "Reply to Wilmsen's review", African studies, v. 55 (1996) p. 140-141.
Notes: Deals primarily with the G//ana.

Vossen, Rainer. 1998.
Historical classification of Khoe (Central Khoisan) languages of southern Africa. African studies, 57 (1), p. 93-106.

Westphal, Ernst Oswald Johannes. 1962.
On classifying Bushman and Hottentot languages. African language studies, 3, p. 30-48.

Wilmsen, Edwin N. 1992.
Comment on 'People of the Great Sandveld'. Visual anthropology, 5 (2), p. 175-180.
Notes: Review of a TV series by Paul Myburg. Deals with the G/wi.

Wilmsen, Edwin N.; Denbow, James Raymond. 1990.
Paradigmatic history of San-speaking peoples and current attempts at revision. Current anthropology, 31, p. 489-524.
Reviews etc.: Irenaus Eibl-Eibesfeldt & Robert K. Hitchcock, "On subsistence and social relations in the Kalahari", Current anthropology, v. 32 (1991), 55-57.
Notes: The authors "argue that 'Bushman' and 'San' are invented categories and 'Kalahari foragers' an ethnographic reification drawn from one of several subsistence strategies engaged in by all of Botswana's rural poor" (Barnard 1992:72). The article is followed by several comments.

Winter, Jürgen Christoph. 1981.
Khoisan. Die Sprachen Afrikas, p. 329-374. Edited by Bernd Heine, Thilo C. Schadeberg and Ekkehard Wolff. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.


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