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Jero Tapakan, Balinese healer

an ethnographic film monograph

by Connor, Linda

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Bali (Province)
    • Subjects:
    • Jero Tapakan.,
    • Healers -- Indonesia -- Bali (Province),
    • Traditional medicine -- Indonesia -- Bali (Province),
    • Motion pictures in ethnology -- Indonesia -- Bali (Province)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLinda Connor, Patsy Asch, and Timothy Asch.
      ContributionsAsch, Patsy., Asch, Timothy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN635.I65 C66 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 284 p. :
      Number of Pages284
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2538108M
      ISBN 100521322952, 0521311446
      LC Control Number85019046

      This book belongs on the same shelf as the Jero Tapakan films by Linda Connor and Tim Asch, Barbara Lovric’s work on magic and healing, Angela Hobart’s on healers and Hildred Geertz’s final books about paintings, temples and artists. Sep 20,  · Withers M., Browner C., Nengah Ardika Adinata I. () The Role of Balinese Culture in Explaining Inconsistencies Between Fertility Intentions and Reproductive Outcomes. In: Choudhury S., Erausquin J., Withers M. (eds) Global Perspectives on Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health Across the Lifecourse. Springer, Cham. First Online 20 September Author: Mellissa Withers, Carole Browner, I. Nengah Ardika Adinata.


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Jero Tapakan is a popular village spirit medium on the island of Bali, Indonesia. Clients consult her about problems ranging from physical and mental illness to theft and advice on ritual matters. This book is a fascinating case-study of healing in a Southeast Asian society, and is unique because the book is integrated with film of specific patient treatments, as well as of Jero's own.

A Balinese Trance Seance is a documentary film Balinese healer book ethnographic filmmaker Tim Asch and anthropologist Linda Connor that profiles Jero Tapakan, a Balinese spirit medium. It was one of five films that were made with Jero Tapakan and were considered to be exemplary ethnographic supportselschools.comed by: Tim Asch.

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May 05,  · Healer Jero, anthropologist Linda Connor, and ethnographic film-makers Timothy Asch and Patsy Asch collaborated in the study and in the production of the book and films, and for the first time a major academic press has produced a video-cassette of films to accompany the book.

Jero Tapakan: Balinese Healer: An Ethnographic Film Monograph [Linda Connor, Patsy Asch, Timothy Asch] on supportselschools.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jero Tapakan is a popular village spirit medium on the island of Bali, Indonesia.

Clients consult her about problems ranging from physical and mental illness to theft and advice on ritual supportselschools.com by: Balians (Traditional Balinese Healers) Balians are traditional Balinese healers.

If you read the book or saw the movie, “Eat Pray Love”, you will remember Ketut Liyer, a well known balian in Ubud. Jero Tapakan, Abangan, Tegalalang north of the cemetery, on the east side of the road Jero Tapakan.

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Your Guide to Holistic Bali Jero Tapakan, Abangan, Tegalalang north of the cemetery, on the east side of the road (Channeler) 6. Jero Mangku Dasaran, Banjar Teges, downtown Gianyar east of the jail. Jero Tapakan is a popular village spirit medium on the island of Bali, Indonesia.

Clients consult her about problems ranging from physical and mental illness to theft and advice on ritual matters. This book is a fascinating case-study of healing in a Southeast Asian society, and is unique because Author: Linda Connor.

The book and movie Eat Pray Love have turned the spotlight on balians, (dukuns/shamans) the traditional healers who play Jero Tapakan important part in Bali’s culture by treating physical and mental illness, removing spells and channeling information from the ancestors.

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From to she collaborated with ethnographic filmmakers Patsy and Timothy Asch to produce a series of films and a film monograph based on the life and work of a. The Life of a Balinese Temple Geertz, Hildred Published by University of Hawai'i Press Geertz, Hildred.

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Spear and Sword. Releasing the Spirits. A Celebration of Origins. Publications By ASCH: book—. Jero Tapakan and Other Teachers: Stories, Friendship and Ethnographic Practice Article in The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 9(3) · September with 4 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Jero Tapakan, Abangan, Tegalalang north of the cemetery, on the east side of the road. Balinese healer Jero Tapakan in a conventional ethno-graphic film, and then recorded her reaction to seeing these films in a second separate film. Film one presents itself as a conventional anthropological film; film two shows the savvy Jero Tapakan asserting her.

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A Balinese Trance Séance, Jero on Jero, The Medium is the Masseuse, Jero Tapakan early s, about a Balinese healer) · They are accompanied by a book: Linda Conner, Patsy Asch & Timothy Asch Jero Tapakan: Balinese Gealer. of Jero Tapakan: Balinese Healer(Cambridge University Press, ; Ethnographies Press, 2nd ed., ), as well as a number of ethnographic films on Balinese healing and cremation ceremonies.

Raechelle Rubinstein is an Australian Research Council fellow attached to the Department of Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Sydney.

SheCited by: by Ibu Cat, © The book and movie “Eat Pray Love” have turned the spotlight on balians, (dukuns/shamans) the traditional healers who play an important part in Bali’s culture by treating physical and mental illness, removing spells and channeling information from the ancestors.

Therefore, the goal of this paper is to introduce the reader to the history of manipulative therapy within the various professions with the intent of fostering increased inter-professional understanding and hopefully decreasing the current controversy as to which professions can justifiably lay claim to the practice of manipulative therapy Cited by: Jul 04,  · The Role of Traditional Healers and Traditional Medicine in Bali The Role of Traditional Healers and Traditional Medicine in Bali In Linda Connor, Patsy Asch and Timothy Asch, Jero Tapakan: Balinese Healer—An Ethnographic Film Monograph.

Cambridge: Cambridge University supportselschools.com: Wayan Ariati. 20 Ethnographic and Documentary Films Psychological Anthropologists Should Be Teaching Timothy Asch, Patsy Asch, and Linda Connor’s The Jero Tapakan and Linda Connor in the Jero Tapakan series is perhaps the most in-depth and well-known exploration of a traditional healer.

Jero is a Balinese medium in a small Central Balinese village. BALI’S TRADITIONAL HEALERS, THE BALIANS The book and movie Eat Pray Love have turned the spotlight on balians, (dukuns/shamans) the traditional healers who play an important part in Bali’s culture by treating physical and mental illness, removing spells and channeling information from the ancestors.

His photographs from that time were published in the book Warrior Herdsman His intense engagement with the spirit medium and healer, Jero Tapakan resulted in a fascinating experiment in cross-cultural filmmaking.

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An Ethnographic Film Monograph. Cambridge University Press. His intense engagement with the spirit medium and healer Jero Tapakan resulted in a fascinating experiment in cross-cultural filmmaking.

His last film, A Celebration of Origins, was perhaps his most complex and difficult work. It received greater recognition internationally than in the United States.

‘Mountainwards’ (Kaja) versus ‘seawards’ (Kelod) in defiance of Suharto during Ramadan in A Hindu-balinese ritual theatre of protest Jero Tapakan: Balinese Healer--An. A Balinese trance seance and, Jero on Jero, a Balinese trance seance observed.

Linda Connor, Patsy Asch, and Timothy Asch. Contains two of the four short ethnographic films which were made about the Balinese healer named Jero Tapakan. 1 videocassette (48 min.) DANA Ballad of a mountain man the story of Bascom Lamar Lunsford Author: Kayo Denda.

Answer 1 of 4: I came across the list below on a supportselschools.com anybody been to see anyone on the list below. For those who are neither students of Balinese culture nor ill but would like to experience a balian, the following will accept visits from foreigners.

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A little known resource for Balinists with a special concern for Balinese music is the Wesleyan University World Music Archive, located on the 3rd floor of the Olin supportselschools.com library maintains a good collection of scores and recordings, with special strengths in some geographical areas, among them Indonesia.

This example of filming subjects watching footage of themselves shot by the same filmmaker anticipates the work of Timothy Asch and his colleagues, also coincidentally in Bali, by more than 40 years [Connor, Asch and Asch Connor, Linda, Patsy Asch, and Timothy Asch Cited by: 1.

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Jul 29,  · The chapter reviews different historical and theoretical movements in ethnographic film and psychological anthropology that provide a foundation for visual psychological anthropology (VPA). It Author: Robert Lemelson, Annie Tucker.

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Jan 23,  · Jero Tapakan: Stories from the Life of a Balinese Healer. Timothy Asch and Patsy Asch. 26 min. Anth.: Linda Connor. ANU. Dist.: DER. The book also considers both the presence of music and colour in nostalgia films of the s and the impact of digital and video technologies on the representational determinants of mediated memory.

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