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Maenge gardens

Françoise Panoff


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Editor’s note

Publications by Françoise Panoff

Panoff, Françoise 1969. “Some facets of Maenge horticulture”. Oceania, 40(1): 20-31.

Panoff, Françoise 1970a. “Maenge Remedies and Conception of Disease”. Ethnology, 9(1): 68-84.

Panoff, Françoise 1970b. “A feminine costume in New Britain”. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 79(1): 99-106.

Panoff, Françoise 1970c. “Food and faeces: a Melanesian rite”. Man, 5(2): 237-252.

Panoff, Françoise 1971. “B. Berlin and P. Kay, Basic Color Terms”. L’Homme, 11(4): 100-103.

Panoff, Françoise 1972. “Maenge taro and cordyline: elements of a Melanesian key”. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 81(3): 375-390.

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