Bibliografia su antropologia ed etnografia del kava (kawa-kawa)

Bibliography on the anthropology and the ethnography of kava (kawa-kawa)

AMBROSE WAL, 1991, Manus, Mortars and the Kava Concoction, In: A. Pawley (Ed.), Man and a Half: Essays in Pacific Anthropology and Ethnobiology in Honour of Ralph Bulmer, The Polynesian Society, Auckland, pp. 461-469.

ATTENBOROUGH D., 1966, The Royal Kava Ceremony, Tonga, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, vol. 251, p. 501 + tavv. 27 & 28.

BARRAU J., 1957, A propos du Piper methysticum, Journal d’Agriculture Tropicale et Botanique Appliquée, vol. 4, pp. 270-273.

BIERSACK A., 1991, Kava’onau and the Tongan chiefs, Journal of Polynesian Society, vol. 100, pp. 231-268.

BOTT E., 1972, Kava Ceremony in Tonga. Psychoanalysis and Ceremony, in: J.S. La Fontaine (ed.), The Interpretation of Ritual, Tavistock, London.

BRUNTON RON, 1979, Kava and the daily dissolution of society on Tanna, New Hebrids, Mankind, vol. 12, pp. 93-103.

BRUNTON RON, 1989, The abandoned narcotic: Kawa and cultural instability in Melanesia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

CAWTE J., 1985, Psychoactive Substances of the South Seas: Betel, Kava and Pituri, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 19, pp. 83-87.

CAWTE J., 1986, Parameters of kava used as a challenge to alcohol, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 20, pp. 70-76.

CAWTE J., 1988, Macabre effects of a “cult” for kava, Med.J.Australia, vol. 148, pp. 545-546.

CHINNERY E.W.P., 1922, Piper methysticum in betel chewing, Man, vol. 22, pp. 24-27.

CHURCHILL W., 1961, Samoan kava custom, Holmes Anniversary Volume, Washington, pp. 53-64.

COLLOCOTT E.E.V., 1927, Kava ceremonial in Tonga, Journal of Polynesian Society, vol. 36, pp. 21-47.

CROWE P., 1986, “Pince son ombilic et le mien vibrera”: chant muet, kava et rêves dans la musique mélanésienne, Anuario Musical, vol. 39/40, pp. 217-238.

CROWLEY TERRY, 1994, Proto Who Drank Kava?, in: A. K. Pawley and M. D. Ross (Eds.), Austronesian Terminologies: Continuities and Change, Pacific Linguistics C-127, Australian National University, Canberra, pp.87-100.

CROWLEY TERRY, 1995, The National Drink and the National Language in Vanuatu, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 104, pp. 7-22.

CUZENT G., 1856, Du kawa de Noukouhiva, Iles Marquises, Revue Coloniale, 2° s., vol. 15, pp. 582-583.

CUZENT G., 1858, Du kawa, kava ou ava de Tahiti et des Iles Marquises, Revue Coloniale, 2° s., vol. 20, pp. 630-646.

DEHIL J.R., 1932, Kava and kava-drinking, Primitive Man, vol. 5, pp. 61-68.

DOUAIRE-MARSAUDON FRANÇOISE, 2001, D’un sexe, l’autre. Le rituel du kava et la reproduction de l’identité masculine en Polynésie, L’Homme, vol. 157, pp. 7-34.

EMERSON O.P., 1903, The awa habit of the Hawaiians, The Hawaiian Annual, pp. 130-140.

EMORY P. KENNETH, 1947, The Tuamotu Legend of Rongo, son of Vaio, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 56, pp. 52-54.

FAVOLE ADRIANO, 2000, Tra locale e globale. Il rito kava in Polinesia, in: P. Scarduelli (cur.), Antropologia del rito. Interpretazioni e spiegazioni, Bollati Boringhieri, Torino, pp. 190-214.

FELDMAN H., 1980, Informal kava drinking in Tonga, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 89, pp. 101-104.

FINAU S.A., J.M. STANHOPE, I.A.M. PRIOR, 1982, Kava, alcohol and tobacco consumption among Tongans with urbanization, Social Science and Medicine, vol. 16, pp. 35-41.

FIRTH RAYMOND, 1999, Kava as Beverage and Libation, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 108, p. 107.

FORD C.S., 1967, Ethnographical aspects of kava, in: D.H. Efron et al. (Eds.), Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs, Public Health Service Publs., Washington, pp. 162-173.

GAILLOT M., 1962, Le rite du kava Futunien, Études Mélanésiennes, 4° s., vol. 14/17, pp. 95-105.

GAJDUSEK D.C., 1967, Recent observations on the use of kava in the Newe Hebrids, in: D.H. Efron et al. (Eds.), Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs, Public Health Service Publs., Washington, pp. 119-125.

GATTY RORNALD, 1956, Kava: Polynesian beverage shrub, Economic Botany, vol. 10, pp. 241-249.

GREGORY R.J., J.E. GREGORY, J.P. PECK, 1981, Kava and prohibition in Tanna, Vanuatu, British Journal of Addiction, vol. 76, pp. 299-313.

HADDON A.C., 1916, Kava drinking in New Guinea, Man, vol. 16, pp. 145-152.

HAMBRUCH P., 1917, Die Kawa auf Ponape, Studien und Forschungen zur Menschen und Völkerkunde, vol. 14, pp. 107-115.

HOERCHELMANN DOROTHEE von, 1995, The Religious Meaning of the Samoan Kava Ceremony, Anthropos, vol. 90, pp. 193-195.

HOLMES L.D., 1961, The Samoan kava ceremony. Its forms and functions, Science of Man, vol. 1, pp. 46-51.

HOLMES L.D., 1967, The function of kava in modern Samoan culture, in: D.H. Efron et al. (Eds.), Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs, Public Health Service Publs., Washington, pp. 107-118.

HOUGH W., 1904, Kava drinking as practiced by the Papuans and Polynesians, Smithsonian Instit. Miscell.Coll., vol. 2, pp. 85-92.

KEAULANA K.A., S. WHITNEY, 1990, Ka wai kau mai o Mleka (water from America): The intoxication of the Hawaiian people, Contemporary Drug Problems, vol. 17, pp. 161-194.

LEACH E., 1972, The Structure of Symbolism. Kava Ceremony in Tonga, in: J.S. La Fontaine (ed.), The Interpretation of Ritual, Tavistock, London.

LEBOT VINCENT, 1989, L’histoire du kava commence par sa découverte, Journal de la Sociétée des Oceanistes, vol. 88/89, pp. 89-114.

LEBOT VINCENT, P. CABALION, J. LÉVESQUE, 1986, Le kava des ancêtres est-il l’ancêtre du kava?Journal of the Vanuatu National Science Society, vol. 23, pp. 1-11.

LEBOT VINCENT, MARK MERLIN, LAMONT LINDSTROM, 1992, Kava. The Pacific Drug, Yale University Press, New Haven & London.

LEBOT VINCENT, MARK MERLIN, LAMONT LINDSTROM, 1997, Kava, the Pacific Elixir, Healing Art Press, Rochester.

LEMERT Edwin, 1967, Secular Use of Kava in Tonga, Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, vol. 28, pp. 328-41.

LEMERT M. EDWIN, 1976, Koni, kona, kava, orange beer: Culture of the Cook Islands, Quart.J.Studies of Alcohol, vol. 28, pp. 565-585.

LESTER R.H., 1941, Kava drinking in VitiLevu, Fiji. Part I, II & III, Oceania, vol. 12, pp. 97-121.

LESTER R.H., 1942, Kava drinking in VitiLevu, Fiji. Part IV, Oceania, vol. 12, pp. 226-254.

LEWIN L., 1886, Über Piper methysticum (kawa-kawa), Medial Society, Berlin.

LINDSTROM LAMONT, 2004, History, Folklore, traditional and Current Uses of Kava, in: SINGH N. YADHU (Ed.), Kava. From Ethnology to Pharmacology, CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 10-28.

LING SHUN-SHENG, 1958, A comparative study of kava drinking in the Pacific regions, Bull.Instit.Ethnol., Academia Sinica, vol. 5, pp. 77-96.

LUDERS DAVID, 1996, Legend and History: Did the Vanuatu-Tonga Kava Trade Cease in A.D. 1447?, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 105, pp. 287-310.

LYNCH JOHN, 1996, Kava-Drinking in Southern Vanuatu: Melanesian Drinkers, Polynesian Roots, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 105, pp. 27-40.

LYNCH JOHN, 2002, Potent Roots and the Origin of kava, Oceanic Linguistics, vol. 41, pp. 493-513.

MALAUULU J., S. SAIFOLOI, S. FALANAI, A. SIITIA, L. SAMATUA, 1974, Kawa: Legends, ceremony, how-to-make and serve it, Faasamoa Pea, vol. 1(2), pp. 20-37.

NEVERMANN H., 1938, Kawa auf Neuguinea, Ethnos, vol. 3, pp. 179-192.

NEWELL W.H., 1947, Kava ceremony in Tonga, Journal of Polynesian Society, vol. 56, pp. 364-417.

O’RORKE M., 1856, Du kawa-kawa ou Piper methysticum, Revue Coloniale, 2°s., vol. 16, pp. 85-92.

POLLOCK J. NANCY, 2009, Sustainability of the Kava Trade, The Contemporary Pacific, vol. 21, pp. 265-297.

PRAIN D., 1917, The Geographical Diffusion of Kava and Betel, Man, vol. 17, p. 110.

PRATT M.A.R., 1922, A kava ceremony in Tonga, Journal of Polynesian Society, vol. 31, pp. 198-201.

PRESCOTT J., G. McCALL (Eds.), 1988, Kava use and abuse in Australia and the South Pacific, University of New South Wales, Sydney.

REITER P.F., 1934, Trois récits Tonguiennes, Anthropos, vol. 29, pp. 497-514.

SERPENTI L.M., 1969, On the social significance of an intoxicant (kava in New Guinea), Tropical Man, vol. 2, pp. 31-44.

SIMÉONI PATRICIA, 2002, D’où vient le nikawa?, Journal de la Société des Océanistes, vol. 114-115, pp. 209-222.

SINGH N. YADHU, 1981, A review of the historical, sociological and scientific aspects of kava and its uses in South Pacific, Fiji Medical Journal, vol. 9, pp. 61-64.

SINGH N. YADHU (Ed.), 2004, Kava. From Ethnology to Pharmacology, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 168 pp.

SINGH N. YADHU, 2004, Botany and Ethnobotany of Kava, in: SINGH N. YADHU (Ed.), Kava. From Ethnology to Pharmacology, CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 50-75.

SINGH N. YADHU, 2009, Kava: An Old Drug in a New World, Cultural Critique, vol. 71, pp. 107-128.

SMITH S. PERCY, 1920, Kava Drinking Ceremonies Among the Samoans and A Boat Voyage round ‘Upolu Island, Samoa, Journal of the Polynesian Society, Suppl. vol. 29, pp. 1-21.

SOFER MICHAEL, 1985, Yaqona and peripheral economy, Pacific Viewpoint, vol. 26, pp. 415-436.

SOFER MICHAEL, 2007, Yaqona and the Peripheral Economy Revisited, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, vol. 48(2), pp. 234-249.

STEINMETZ E.F., 1960, Kava kava (Piper methysticum), famous drug plant of the South Sea Islands, Level Press, San Francisco.

STERLY JOACHIM, 1967, Kawa in Melanesien, Ethnos, vol. 32, pp. 97-121.

TAOFINU’U P., 1974, The kava ceremony is a prophecy, Faasamoa Pea, vol. 1, pp. 41-66.

TITCOMB M., 1948, Kava in Hawaii, Journal of Polynesian Society, vol. 57, pp. 105-171.

TOMLINSON MATT, 2004, Perpetual Lament Kava-Drinking, Christianity and Sensations of Historical Decline in Fiji, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 10, pp. 653-673.

TOMLINSON MATT, 2007, Everything and Its Opposite: Kava Drinking in Fiji, Anthropological Quarterly, vol. 80, pp. 1065-1081.

TURNER J.W., 1986, The water of life: kava ritual and the logic of sacrifice, Ethnology, vol. 25, pp. 203-214.

URBANOWICZ F. CHARLES, 1975, Drinking in the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga, Ethnohistory, vol. 22, pp. 33-50.

VISSER P. EDWARD, 1994, Skeletal Evidence of Kava Use in Prehistoric Fiji, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 103, pp. 299-317.

WEBSTER DIANA, 1999, Cannibals and Kava, The Hudson Review, vol. 52, pp. 182+184-189.

3 Commenti

  1. Michael Sofer
    Pubblicato novembre 6, 2011 alle 12:06 pm | Link Permanente

    I would like to corredct a mistake:

    SOFER F., 1982, Yaqona and peripheral economy, Pacific Viewpoint, 26: 415-436.

    Should be: Sofer M. 1985, Yaqona and peripheral economy, Pacific Viewpoint, 26: 415-436.

  2. Pubblicato novembre 6, 2011 alle 2:45 pm | Link Permanente

    Thank you! If you wrote more on kava, please let me know, in such a way to up-to-date this bibliographic list. Indeed I don’t have your article, and I should be grateful to receive it. One more think: if you like, I’ll be happy to give space to the full-text of your article (in pdf), and not only the bibliographic item.

  3. Michael Sofer
    Pubblicato aprile 5, 2014 alle 8:20 pm | Link Permanente

    1. The correct record is: Sofer M. 1985, Yaqona and peripheral economy, Pacific Viewpoint, 26: 415-436. It seems that this has been corrected.

    2. The re is an additional paper for which the record is:
    Sofer, M. (2007) Yaqona and the Peripheral Economy Revisited, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 48(2):. 234-249.

    3. Sofer, M. (2007) Yaqona and the Peripheral Economy of the Island of Kadavu, Progress in Sustainable Rural Development, Proceedings of the 14th Colloquium of the Commission on the Sustainable Development of Rural Systems of the International Geographical Union (I.G.U.), held conjointly with the Commissions on Land Use and Cover Change and Local Development, Cairns, Australia, July 2006. Hard copy: ISBN 92-95027-11-6. CD-ROM: ISBN 92-95027-12-4.

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