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The Karen people of Burma

a study in anthropology and ethnology

by Harry Ignatius Marshall

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Published by The University in Columbus .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Burma
    • Subjects:
    • Karen (Southeast Asian people),
    • Burma -- Social life and customs

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 321-322.

      Statementby Rev. Harry Ignatius Marshall ...
      SeriesThe Ohio State University bulletin,, v. 26, no. 13., Contributions in history and political science,, no. 8
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS432.K2 M3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p. l., vii-xv, 329 p.
      Number of Pages329
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6653355M
      LC Control Number23006346
      OCLC/WorldCa1466131

      The Karen people of Burma were an exception, however, and in they began a struggle for self-determination that later shook the foundations of independent Burma and triggered what proved to be the world’s longest civil war. The Karen saw themselves as one of Burma’s original people, arriving there long before the majority Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marshall, Harry Ignatius, Karen people of Burma. Columbus, The University [©] (OCoLC)

        The Karen People of Burma: A Study in Anthropology and Ethnology By H.I. Marshall. To many a visitor to Burma, who views the country from the deck of an Irrawaddy River streamer or from the window of a railway carriage, there appears to be little difference between the Karen and the :// Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marshall, Harry Ignatius, Karen people of Burma. Bangkok ; Cheney: White Lotus Press, © (OCoLC)

        Karen Heritage - Volume 1, Issue 1 1 nustE Belief has played an extremely important part in the character and progression of the ethnic Karen people of Burma. Whether encompassing their own traditional animism or their adoption of Buddhism and Christianity – belief has moulded, and also divided, a people into what at the moment is Heritage Web/pdf/ Suffering in Silence The Human Rights Nightmare of the Karen People of Burma by Claudio O. Delang. Number of Pages: ISBN ISBN Publisher: Universal-Publishers Year: Category: Political Science, Social Science View First 25 Pages: (free download) ?book=


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Among the Karen people there are different languages, different cultures, different religions, and different political groups. No one can claim to speak on behalf of all Karen people, or represent all Karen people.” - Venerable Ashin Moonieinda.

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There are many others in Burma, however, who are anything but free of the continual repression and brutality that is still being enacted by the nation’s military regime. For the people of the country The Karen people, who had never recognized Burmese authority, had enjoyed "protectorate" status with the British Empire, and also expected their nationhood to be recognized.

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Zoya Phan is a member of the minority Karen ethnic group in Burma. When Britain left Burma, the Karen lost most of their civil and human rights. They have been persecuted by the Burmese state ever since as they fight against the state for the right to an independent Karen homeland.

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