Land litigation meeting: Mogiovyeka, Tovalugwa and others, including anthropologist Edwin Hutchins who makes recording
Published in: Culture and Inference: A Trobriand Case Study by Edwin Hutchins, on p. 63 with caption, "A scene from Trobriand land litigation; the author makes a stereophonic tape recording of the proceedings while a litigant states his claim and villagers listen." The man standing in the light colored long-sleeved shirt is Mogiovyeka, behind Mogiovyeka seated in a white singlet is Tovalugwa, a respected village leader.
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Private collection of E. Hutchins, Envelope 55, Roll 9, Image 12
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35mm black and white negative
Meeting is taking place under the village chief's house in Tukwaukwa.
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- Hutchins, Dona
- Hutchins, Edwin
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