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Folk maps and portable tools for sago forests: Aspects of Agusan Manobo ecological knowledge

MJ Paluga , M Alaba , EE Abadesco , A Adovas University of the Philippines Mindanao

Mintal, Davao City (Email: myfeljoseph@yahoo.com)
2 BA Anthropology graduates (2011), University of the Philippines Mindanao

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Folk Maps and Portable Tools for Sago Forests: Aspects of Agusan Manobo ecological knowledge,MJ Paluga, M Alaba, EE Abadesco, A Adovas, Folk Maps and Portable Tools for Sago Forests: Aspects of Agusan Manobo ecological knowledge,MJ Paluga, M Alaba, EE Abadesco, A Adovas, Presentation Transcript

  • Folk maps and portable tools for sago forests:Aspects of Agusan Manobo ecological knowledgeMJ Paluga1, M Alaba2, EE Abadesco2, A Adovas21 Universityof the Philippines Mindanao Mintal, Davao City (Email: myfeljoseph@yahoo.com)2 BA Anthropology graduates (2011), University of thePhilippines Mindanao
  • This is part of an on-going research on the ‘anthropology ofsago’ in the Agusan marsh region (Mindanao).We want to understand the practices and patterns of thisenduring Agusanon Manobo/sago forest (lugbok,kalumbiahan) interactions in its broad socio-political andecological contexts.In this presentation, we want to focus on the spatial (‘folk-mapping’/ethno-geography) and technological (tools in palm-starch processing) aspects of this human-forest relation.
  • Process and MethodsWe stayed for a total of several weeks (April-May, December2010; January, April-May 2011) in at least two villages (inBunawan and Veruela municipalities) and did ‘ethnographicwork’.This involved not only talking with folks in varied settings butalso poring over state documents, mapping and measuring,accompanying folks in their forest-related activities, readingrelated studies even while in the field, and many other bitsand ends to gather apt information relevant to our themes.
  • Thank you!