James Leach

James Leach

James Leach holds a personal Chair in Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. His publications include: Creative Land: Place and Procreation on the Rai Coast of Papua New Guinea (2003) and Rationales of Ownership: Transactions and Claims to Ownership in Contemporary Papua New Guinea (2004). James was awarded the Royal Anthropological Institute J.B. Donne Prize in the Anthropology of Art for 1999 and The Philip Leverhulme Prize (for a co-creative approach to anthropological research) in 2004. His writing and teaching draws upon, and extends, long term collaborative ethnographic field research with Nekgini-language speaking people who live in and around Reite village on the Rai Coast of Papua New Guinea.

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An Ethnobotanical Study in Tok Pisin and English

Authored by: Porer Nombo, James Leach
ISSN (print): 978 19216 66001
ISSN (online): 978 19216 66018
Publication date: January 2010