On the Edge of the Banda Zone: Past and Present in the Social Organization of a Moluccan Trading Network
University of Hawaii Press, 2003 - 330 σελίδες
The impact of the Indonesian spice trade on global and, more particularly, European history has been widely acknowledged. This study focuses an anthropological lens on the dynamics of trade in a specific area: that incorporating the Seram Laut and Gorom archipelagos (and the adjacent mainland) or east Seram, in the Moluccas. relations in the east Seram zone between 1970 and 1990, but the wider importance of the data presented here is apparent: for 500 years (and probably much longer), it has served as a corridor between Eurasia and the southwestern Pacific and played a vital role in the production and distribution of nutmeg and other high-value commodities that have for centuries had an impact on the global economy. The islands themselves are minute and fragile ecosystems, ultimately dependent on the local networks of which they are a part and on the long-distance trade that has bound them to mainland Asia and beyond. this eclectic volume demonstrates the enduring continuities in the local system as it comes into contact with the changing outside world. It illuminates how barter, ecological and ethnic divisions of labour, exchange patterns, and the organization of trade between the peoples of the New Guinea coast and eastern Seram, help us make sense of long-term cycles and trends. spice trade and an ethnography of a culturally distinctive part of Indonesia, but also forces us to rethink conventional approaches to the study of trade and the relationship between island Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
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Archipelagic Southeast Seram
A Conjectured History The Origins of a Trading Zone
The Political Economy of a Conradian Space
Southeast Seram and the Papuas
Boats and Boat Handling
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Amarsekaru Ambon Ambonese angbot Arab archipelagic Southeast Seram Banda Neira Bandanese barter Berau boats Bugis Butonese centers chapter Chinese traders cloves coast of Seram commodities copra domains Dutch East Seram economic etar ethnic example exchange export Fak-fak Figure fish Garogos Geser Geser-Gorom Gorom Goromese Guinea Guli-guli Haga historical ibid important Indonesian involved islands Java jonson julung Kataloka kebi Keffing Kelu Kidang Kilfura Kilmuri kilogram Kiltai Kilwaru kinship Kwamar Kwaos lambo lepa-lepa long nutmeg mainland Seram Makassan Malay Manawoka mangrove massoi Misool Moluccas monsoon motor Namatote nineteenth century nutmeg Ondor Onin orang kaya organi2ation Panjang Papuan perahu periphery places political population production Raja Ampat reef rulers rupiah sago sailing Seram Laut Seram Rei settlements slaves social Soselisa sosolot Southeast Seram spice Sulawesi Surabaya Teluk Berau Ternate Tidore tion Toko trepang Tulehu tumang Urung vessels villages Warus-warus Watubela