This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: spoke Chumbri or a mix of both) • Painting on faces of tourists resembles mask painting rather than ritual/ spiritual/ceremonial face paint… so it is something that has been created for the purpose of tourists o There is also a sense of professionalism in the hand strokes and final product… so it seems as though it is one person who’s made it his craft • The older man complaining of the tourists and money he see’s 2 economies here o One is that he bargains with other Papua New Guinea people when they trade (evidence of long distance trade from the seashells they had) o But when he goes to the store there is only one price (so this is what he wants from the tourists) (I think he doesn’t see himself and the tourists as equals, and that b/c they are giving him money rather than stuff they have crafted or mined, there should be no negotiating) • Will continue with language on Monday’s class…...
View Full Document
This document was uploaded on 04/13/2011.
- Spring '08