Where Cultures Meet
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242 pp., illustrations, index. Emeritus Professor Eric Carman spent over twenty years researching and teaching in Papua New Guinea and Africa, his work taking him into some of the most remote areas of these fascinating countries. "Where Cultures Meet" is the second book in a series of three, published by Professor Carman, and is an insight into the work of missionaries and other expatriates in the West Sepik Province of Papaua New Guinea. The West Sepik Province is a region of great primitive beauty, an isolated region on the border of Indonesia. From 1980 until late 1985 and returning in 1989, Eric Carman explored the relationship between the village people and the expatriate community serving them. "Where Cultures Meet" is an account of this culturally rich relationship. Bookseller Inventory # 0958705992AMA121515
Title: Where Cultures Meet
Publisher: The Congregation of the Passion, Australia
Publication Date: 1999
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
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