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  1. Introduction: River as Ethnographic Subject (PDF, 0.2MB)John R. Wagner, Jerry K. Jacka, Edvard Hviding, Alexander Mawyer And Marama Muru-Lanning doi
  2. The River, the Water and the Crocodile in Marovo Lagoon (PDF, 1.6MB)Edvard Hviding doi
  3. A Source of Power, Disquiet and Biblical Purport: The Jordan River in Santo, Vanuatu (PDF, 0.8MB)Carlos Mondragón doi
  4. Unflowing Pasts, Lost Springs and Watery Mysteries in Eastern Polynesia (PDF, 0.2MB)Alexander Mawyer doi
  5. Riverine Disposal of Mining Wastes in Porgera: Capitalist Resource Development and Metabolic Rifts in Papua New Guinea (PDF, 1.4MB)Jerry K. Jacka doi
  6. ‘At Every Bend a Chief, At Every Bend a Chief, Waikato of One Hundred Chiefs’: Mapping the Socio-Political Life of the Waikato River (PDF, 1.5MB)Marama Muru-Lanning doi
  7. Waters of Destruction: Mythical Creatures, Boiling Pots and Tourist Encounters at Wailuku River in Hilo, Hawai‘i (PDF, 1.1MB)Eilin Holtan Torgersen doi
  8. The Sepik River, Papua New Guinea: Nourishing Tradition and Modern Catastrophe (PDF, 1.6MB)Eric K. Silverman doi
  9. Rivers of Memory and Forgetting (PDF, 1.1MB)John R. Wagner doi