xxvii, 383 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Ethnographic studies in subjectivity ; 4.
Formatted Contents Note
Part one : becoming sinners From salt to the law : contact and the early colonial period Christianity and the colonial transformation of regional relations Revival, second stage conversion, and the localization of the Urapmin Church Part two : living in sin Contemporary Urapmin in millennial time and space Willfulness, lawfulness, and Urapmin morality Desire and its discontents : free time and Christian morality Rituals of redemption and technologies of the self Millennialism and the contest of values Christianity, cultural change, and the moral life of the hybrid.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-376) and index.