Anthropology of Fishing


Anthropology of Fishing

A group for discussion of fishing people and their social and cultural characteristics, fisheries-management problems, theories, case studies of actual fishing people living in various parts of the world.

Members: 26
Latest Activity: Oct 30, 2014

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Maritime Anthropology 3 Replies

Hi, I am a graduation student of biology in Brazil and I'm currently developing a research on Maritime Anthropology, focusing on a tradicional community of fishermen that lives from fishering ant…Continue

Started by Diogo Lucatelli. Last reply by Philip Newman May 11, 2011.

Fishermen's exclusion from deep sea piers: Durban, South Africa

hello all,I'm curious to find out if anybody knows of cases that relate in some way to the research I am currently engaged in. Firstly let me introduce myself. I am a MA student (BA in cult. anthro)…Continue

Tags: liberalism, World, Cup, 2010, neo

Started by Sjoerd van Grootheest Nov 11, 2010.

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Comment by Dedi Supriadi Adhuri on February 14, 2014 at 5:23am

Dear all,

I would like to introduce my book, Seeling the Sea, Fishing for Power that came out last year. It's downloadable for free at:



Dedi S. Adhuri

Comment by Philip Swift on August 6, 2010 at 12:35am
Dear Anthropology of Fishing folks,

Shameless self-promotion, but yesterday I posted a blog about
octopuses, which, while not about fishing per se, is still pretty fishy.
Comment by MAI Saptenno on August 2, 2010 at 12:55pm
Hello, I wonder whether Sherry Ortner's "serious game" as reflected in her book Life and Death on Mt. Everest: Sherpas and Himalayan Mounteneering that concerns for instance domination and resistance could also be applied in such case study of anthropology of the maritime as yacht racing?

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