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Wars of dependence: contested histories among Tolai people of Papua New Guinea2021 Oceania 91 (2): 296-309
  • Keir Martin
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Context for translation of muen, yuen, and en: case of Tolai society in Papua New Guinea2018 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 43 (2): 159-88
  • Yoshinori Kosaka
H6 [OSAKA-]0385-180XJapanese summary
Tolai tabu as wealth and money: a shifting and unstable distinction2018 History and anthropology 29 (3): 392-406
  • Keir Martin
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206in special issue 'Reimagining wealth: anthropological explorations'
The trade network of shell money in local history: the historical transitions and present situation of the trade of nassa shells in the Bismarck Archipelago and the Solomon Islands2014 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 38 (3): 377-420
  • Juntaro Fukada
H6 [OSAKA-]0385-180XEnglish summary
The death of the Big Men: deprecation of elites in New Guinea2010 Ethnos 75 (1): 1-22
  • Keir Martin
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844
A fish trap from custom. How nets work at Matupit2006 Paideuma 52: 73-90
  • Keir Martin
H6 [PAIDEUMA-]0078-7809
Von Muschelgeld und Ahnengeistern. Die Tolai auf Neubritannien2003 Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Völkerkunde (Hamburg) 33: 220-48
  • Ingrid Heermann
in thematic issue 'Hamburg: Südsee. Expedition ins Paradies'
The mysterious skull masks of the Tolai of New Britain2002 Art tribal 1: 58-71
  • Philippe Bourgoin
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1660-3699
On knowing the baining and other minor ethnic groups of east New Britain2001 Social Analysis 45 (2): 23-40
  • Marta A. Rohatynskyi
0155-977Xin special section 'Anthropology and consultancy'
The drum and the mask: time of the Tubuan2001 American anthropologist 102 (4): 886-7
  • Michael Wesch
  • Roy Wagner
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294video review on The drum and the mask: time of the Tubuan by C Yacoe, C Chess and D Yacoe (Berkeley: Univ of California Extension Center for the Media and Independent Learning, 2000)
The paranoid ethos in Melanesia: the case of the Tolai2000 Journal de la Société des Océanistes 110 (1): 3-18
  • A. L. Epstein
0300-953French summary
Tolai sorcery and change1999 Ethnology 38 (4): 273-95
  • A. L. Epstein
0014-1828
Nostalgia for Rabaul1997 Oceania 67 (3): 177-93
  • Klaus Neumann
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]
Just a memory? The iniet-society and Tolai oral traditions1997 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 45: 347-66
  • Peter Sack
The triumph of capitalism in East New Britain? A contemporary Papua New Guinean rhetoric of motives1993 Oceania 64 (1): 1-17
  • D B Gewertz
  • F K Errington
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]
Not the way it essentially was [comments on 'Not the way it really was; constructing the Tolai past' by K Neumann (Honolulu, 1992)]1993 Journal of Pacific history 28 (1): 68-74
  • H M Griffin
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]
Tradition and identity in Papua New Guinea: some observations regarding Tami and Tolai1992 Oceania 62 (4): 295-316
  • Klaus Neumann
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]
Finding an appropriate beginning for a history of the Tolai colonial past: or, starting from trash1992 Canberra anthropology 15 (1): 1-19
  • Klaus Neumann
Tolai migration: indigenous oral traditions and western historiography1987 Bikmaus 7 (2): 47-81
  • P G Sack