Nomads on the Savanna

produced and directed by Barbara J. Michael, Anne Marie Kocherhans.

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Publication Info

Format: Videos, Slides, Films Videos, Slides, Films

Publication info: EthnoCelluloid Productions, c1991.
Physical details: 1 videocassettes (30 min.) : sd., col.
OCLC: ocm31234021

Notes

Filmed on location in Kordofan, Sudan.

Produced at University of Utah.

Distributed by Pennsylvania State University.

Summary

Ethnographic study of the Hawazma Baggara, cattle pastoralists in the Sudan, during the rainy season. Shows a variety of activities: building houses and sun shelters, milking and marketing, animal husbandry, political meetings, feasts, and afternoon socializing.

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