The Empty Seashell:
Witchcraft and Doubt on an Indonesian
Witchcraft has always been confusing and frustrating for serious
anthropologists. Like the empty nautilus shells that wash up on the beach of
Buli village in the Indonesian province of North Maluku, it appears to be of
substance, but then appears to be empty of meaning. The author decides to take
people's experiences seriously and comes to ouline a new way of thinking about
withcraft as it relates to our lives today. 293 pages. For further details,
please see the scanned contents page.
Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by: NUS Press, Singapore, 2015. ISBN:
Condition : New Paperback.