Cultura de Fiyi

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La cultura de Fiyi es una mezcla de elementos locales fiyianos, con aportes indios, europeos, chinos, y de otras nacionalidades. La cultura autóctona es una parte activa de la vida cotidiana de la gran mayoría de la población. Sin embargo, la misma ha evolucionado con la introducción de elementos culturales indios, chinos y europeos, y de diversas culturas de sus vecinos en el Pacífico; en particular de Tonga y del pueblo Rotuman.

Bailes y tradiciones en Fiyi[editar]

Sus bailes están dedicados principalmente a la muerte, a los nacimientos y a la guerra, y utilizan faldas coloridas y plantas adornando los tobillos y las cabeza. Las danzas nativas, tradicionales todavía se enseñan en las comunidades étnicas.

Bibliografía[editar]

  • The Fijian Language, by Albert J Schütz - 1985, details on Fijian language structure and use
  • Spoken Fijian: An Intensive Course in Bauan Fijian, with Grammatical Notes and Glossary, by Albert James Schütz - 1971, Language reference.
  • Anthropology in the South Seas: Essays Presented to H.D. Skinner - Page 210, by William Robert Geddes, John Derek Freeman - 1959, explanation of the Vanua and Matanitu.
  • Under The Ivi Tree: Society And Economic Growth In Rural Fiji - Page 31, by Cyril S. Belshaw - 2004, explanation of Vanua, Matnitu, Yavusa and Matagali.
  • Apologies To Thucydides: Understanding History as Culture and Vice Versa - Page 59, by Marshall David Sahlins, reference and examples of Fijian hierarchy.
  • Fiji. By Korina Miller, Robyn Jones, Leonardo Pinheiro, Page 36 reference to Fijian dances and arts as well is music Page 244 definition of a Fijian Lovo
  • Ethnology By University of Pittsburgh, Published 1962, Original from the University of Michigan, Digitized Mar 5, 2007, details on Yaqona and its social significance in Fijian society
  • Gender, Genre, and Power in South Asian Expressive Traditions By Arjun Appadurai, rank J. Korom, Margaret Ann Mills - Page 363, basic details on a Fijian Lovo.
  • On Fiji Islands - Page 100, by Wright, Ronald - 1986, details on the Firewalkers of Beqa
  • Pacific Islands Yearbook, 1981 - Page 272, by John Carter - 1981, further details on the Beqa Firewalkers.
  • A History of the Expansion of Christianity by Kenneth Scott Latourette, Published 1945 Harper, Original from the University of Michigan, Digitized Oct 27, 2006, 1945,- Page 221, reference to Christianity in Fiji
  • The Cannibal Within By Lewis F. Petrinovich - 135 details on Cannibalism in Fiji
  • Fiji and the Fijians By Thomas Williams, James Calvert - Page 209, 214 details on Cannibalism in Fiji where as Page 161, 163 discusses aspects of sports in old Fiji
  • Cyclopedia of Lau Illustrated, Publisher Pure Blue Fiji Ltd. details on Fijian Canoes and Reference to the Drua and the Camakau.
  • Fiji Museum, publication Domodomo,Article on Fijian canoes by Sela Vuinakasa Rayawa.
  • Fiji Times, Newspaper various stories from 2007, with references to terms Friendly North, Burning West and the Jet Set Town.
  • Fijian Chiefs: A Recantation, A. M. Hocart, Man, Vol. 21, Jun., 1921 (Jun., 1921), pp. 85–86 - doi 10.2307/2839865, Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Reference to the passing on of Fijian chiefly titles and chiefly protocols in general.
  • The Role of a Fijian Chief, Clellan S. Ford, American Sociological Review, Vol. 3, No. 4 (Aug., 1938), pp. 541–550 - doi 10.2307/2083902.
  • Fiji, By Korina Miller, Robyn Jones, Leonardo Pinheiro, Publisher Lonely Planet, details on Fijian and Indo Fijian food and food types, reference to the Lovo.
  • Knowing & Learning an indigenous Fijian approach, by Unaisi Nabobo-baba, IPS Publications, the university of the South Pacific, 2006 ISBN 978-982-02-0379-2, general reference to Traditional Fijian culture, terms and meanings and history with a study on the people of Vugalei on Viti Levu in the Kubuna confederacy
  • Macquarie Dictionary, of English for the Fiji Islands in association with the Fiji Times 2006, ISBN 978-1-876429-69-0, great reference for Fiji English has definition for Fijian, English and Hindi words and slangs that have developed from these three cultures
  • Viti, an account of a Government Mission to the Vitian or Fijian Islands in the years 1860 to 61, By Berthold Seemann, published by Cambridge: Macmillan & Co, London, 1862.
  • Voyagers by Herb Kawainui Kane, Collection: Hawai'i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. pictures and descriptions of seafaring vessels of Polynesia.
  • Canoes of Oceania. Vol. I : Polynesia, Micronesia and Fiji. by James Hornell, Author(s) of Review: Adrian Digby, Man, Vol. 38, Feb., 1938 (Feb., 1938), pp. 29–30