Haaland-samlingen 101

Inneholder fotografier tatt av Randi og Gunnar Haaland i Darfur


Gunnar Haaland

At the trunk of this Ficus spp. (Fur: “buro”. Arabic: “Gimmeiz”) tree the Fur of Amballa performed rain rituals during the cultivation season.

Religiøs virksomhet, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Trær, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

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Gunnar Haaland

Beer-work party (Fur: “tawisa”) organized in connection with house building. Note the circular stone base of the building and the wooden frame of the conical roof that will be covered by thatch.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby, Tradisjonell byggeskikk

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Gunnar Haaland

A beer-work party is organized in connection with house building. The workers are constructing the wooden frame of the conical roof that will be covered by thatch. What is emphasized in the beer-work party is ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Tradisjonell byggeskikk

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Gunnar Haaland

Beer-work party mobilized for thatching the roof of a new house.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby, Tradisjonell byggeskikk

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Gunnar Haaland

A woman of the Umm Jalul Arab camel nomads. The Umm Jalul leave their rainy season grazing areas in Northern Darfur and migrate to the area of the Fur in the dry season when water ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Kamel, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

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Gunnar Haaland

A variety of cultural elements (associated with males as well as females) are improvised in the festive activities taking place at circumcision. On this photo a decorated camel (Fur: “kamal”) on which the boy to ...

Feltarbeid, Kamel, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Gutt, Sosialantropologi, Hjelm, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0025

Gunnar Haaland

Traditional sesame oil mill (Arabic: “assara”) carved out of a tree trunk. Note how the pounder in the middle of the mill is connected to the lever loaded with stones in the foreground. When the ...

Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Kamel, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Mølle, Kvern/mølle (bygdemølle), Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Bonde, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

A Baggara Arab man and child riding an ox on their migration from the dry season grazing area in western Darfur to their own rainy season “dar” (homeland in Arabic) in Id el Ghannam, southern ...

Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Våpen, Okse

Fotografi ubb-haa-0033

Gunnar Haaland

Selling agricultural crops provides cash income for local Fur farmers. Most selling takes place at the weekly souq (Arabic for “market”), but sometimes in the home of a cultivator. In this photo, a Fur is ...

Handel, Mann, Feltarbeid, Kamel, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

A Baggara Arab woman riding an ox on the group’s movement from the dry-season Fur area to the Baggara rainy season areas further south in Id el Ghannam.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Okse

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Gunnar Haaland

At a camp of the Woodabe Fulani nomads during their migration into Fur area towards the end of the rainy season. The Fulani are found in the Sahel/Savannah zone from Senegal to the border of ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Okse

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Gunnar Haaland

Slaughtering an ox (Fur: “nong”) for provision of meat (Fur: “nino”) to entertain guests coming to a circumcision ritual.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Okse, Slakting

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Gunnar Haaland

A Baggara woman loading the family’s household utensils on an ox, preparing to move from the dry season grazing of Western Darfur area to the rainy season areas in Southern Darfur.

Kvinne, Barn, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Okse

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Gunnar Haaland

A woman of the Woodabe Fulani is loading the family’s household equipment, preparing to move further north into the Fur area.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Okse

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Gunnar Haaland

Fulani herders of the Woodabe tribe lead a herd of longhorn cattle (called “kuri” in Sudan, not to be confused with the “kuri” cattle race of Lake Chad) on the migrations from Central African Republic ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Kveg

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Gunnar Haaland

A Baggara family outside their tent.

Kvinne, Barn, Telt, Hest, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

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Gunnar Haaland

A blacksmith crushing ferricrete sandstone for iron smelting at the mining area of Jebel Tayu about one day’s camel ride west of Toumra.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Gruvedrift, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Smed, Industri og Håndverk

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Gunnar Haaland

The smelting of iron is carried out by men of the “mir” caste who are specialized in that craft (women of the “mir” caste are specialized in pottery making). In this photo a man is ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk, Kull

Fotografi ubb-haa-0080

Randi Haaland

Two men of the “mir” caste are strengthening the furnace structure by ropes made of tree fibers. Note the holes for inserting tuyeres (Fur: “borongot”) at the base of the furnace.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk, Ovn

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Randi Haaland

Two men of the blacksmith/potter caste (Fur: “mir”) are preparing the furnace for the iron smelting process. Fur farmers generally use the same word “nonum” for furnace ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk, Ovn

Fotografi ubb-haa-0085

Randi Haaland

Men of the “mir” caste are filling up the furnace with sorghum stalks to be used for igniting firewood (Fur: “ar”) and charcoal (Fur: “minina”) that is filled in later.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk, Ovn

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Randi Haaland

Preparing ferricrete sandstone for firing in the furnace located behind the blacksmith.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Smed, Industri og Håndverk, Ovn

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Randi Haaland

Men of the “mir” caste are making the clay tuyeres (Fur: “borongot”) required for blowing air into the furnace during smelting. The making of tuyeres can easily ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Industri og Håndverk

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Randi Haaland

Men of the blacksmith/potter caste (Fur: “mir”) are making tuyeres of clay to be attached to the bellows (Fur: “swi”) used for blowing air into the furnace during smelting of iron (Fur: “daura”). While ordinary ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Industri og Håndverk

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Randi Haaland

Men of the “mir” caste are inserting tuyeres (Fur: “borongot”) at the base of an iron furnace. Note the painted decoration on the body of the furnace.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Industri og Håndverk, Ovn

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Gunnar Haaland

A blacksmith (“mir”) is digging to locate a vein of iron rich ferricrete sandstone.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Gruvedrift, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Smed, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0116

Randi Haaland

A Fur woman grinding sorghum (Fur: “marga”, Arabic: “durra”) on a well-used grinder (Fur: “dida”- lower grinder, “manang” – upper grinder). Millet products are of special symbolic importance in Fur society. Millet flour mixed with ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Kornvarer, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0122

Gunnar Haaland

Two women winnowing millet (Fur: “sona”, Arabic: “dukhn”). Note the terraces for rainy-season cultivation in the background. Terraces in the Jebel Marra region are mainly used as a technique of soil conservation, and they are ...

Kvinne, Landbruk, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Kornvarer, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

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Gunnar Haaland

Fur women making porridge (Fur “nung”, Arabic “asida”). Millet products like porridge and beer constitute the staple food among the Fur. They are products that belonged to the domestic sphere and should not be transacted ...

Mat, Kvinne, Kvinner i arbeid, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Matlaging

Fotografi ubb-haa-0138

Gunnar Haaland

The Deriba volcanic crater lake of the Jebel Marra mountain massive.

Landskap, Flyfoto, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Vulkan

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Randi Haaland

A Fur woman with her child in a transhumant settlement.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Kvinner og barn, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

Two Fur women are carrying water in ceramic pots (Fur: “tawu”) back to their village.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Trær, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Krukke

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Gunnar Haaland

A Fur farmer with his throwing stick (Fur: “dolfa”, Arabic: “sofrog”) and his spears (Fur: “Kor”, Arabic: “harba”) in front of his sweet potato (Fur: “bambai”, Arabic: ...

Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Våpen

Fotografi ubb-haa-0169

Gunnar Haaland

A Fur woman is drumming next to the underground nests of flying ants (Fur: “simoa”). The sound produced by drumming is apparently a signal similar to rain-drops and entices the ants to come out of ...

Kvinne, Sanking, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Tromme, Trommeslager, Maur

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Gunnar Haaland

Construction of houses is generally organized as communal work (Fur: “tawisa” , Arabic: “nafir”), where the host provides participants with local beer (Fur: “kira”, Arabic; “merissa”).

Kvinne, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Folkemengde, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby, Øl

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Gunnar Haaland

Fur villages in the western foothills of Jebel Marra are frequently enclosed by fences made of wooden logs.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

A group of Kinin, a branch of the Tuaregs of the Sahel/sahara zone of North West Africa. They constitute a minority tribal group in Darfur, subsisting by both farming and herding. Like Tuaregs of ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

Three Fur women are collecting flying ants from underground nests. The Fur of Jebel Marra eat flying ants fried in butterfat as well as raw

Kvinne, Barn, Sanking, Feltarbeid, Kvinner og barn, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Maur

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Gunnar Haaland

Weeding millets. During “beer-work parties” (Fur: “tawisa”, Arabic: “nafir”), an individual cultivator (man or woman) mobilizes neighbours (men and women) for work by serving them beer (Fur: ...

Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

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Gunnar Haaland

Men drinking beer (Fur: “kira”) during a break in a beer-work party. The beer-work party is just as much a “party” occasion as it is a “work” ...

Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Øl

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Gunnar Haaland

Although the Baggara Arabs are associated with migratory cattle husbandry, it is only the richest who have cattle herds large enough to yield a cash income required to satisfy their consumption needs for grain and ...

Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Bonde, Åker

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Gunnar Haaland

A Fur farmer watering his field of melons (Fur: “burto”). The water is lifted from a shallow well (Fur: “ro”) by a “shadouf” (a water lifting device) and brought in a calabash (Fur: “kere”) to ...

Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0222

Gunnar Haaland

A big beer-work party (Fur: “Bambani”) arranged by a man to honour his mother in law (Fur: “iya mare”, Arabic: “naseeba”) by inviting a large group of people ...

Kvinne, Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

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Gunnar Haaland

A big beer-work party (Fur: “Bambani”)  arranged by a man to honour his mother in law (Fur: “iya mare”, Arabic: “naseeba”) by inviting a large group of ...

Kvinne, Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Øl

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Gunnar Haaland

Entertainment by musicians, like this man blowing on a kudu horn at a big beer-work party (Fur : “Bambani”) is an important element expressing the “party” aspect of ...

Blåseinstrument, Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Musikk (instrumental og vokal)

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Randi Haaland

A woman of the “mir” caste” is covering the pots in the shallow pit with straw and pieces of firewood (Fur: “ar” ) before firing

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0238

Randi Haaland

Two women of the “mir” caste are bringing a couple of sundried pots to be placed in a shallow pit used as firing place.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

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Randi Haaland

An elderly woman has prepared the body (Fur: “kiri”) of three pots (Fur: “ala”). On the picture she is preparing clay mixed with sorghum residue used as temper to make the neck (Fur: “kwei”) of ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0243

Randi Haaland

An elderly woman of the blacksmith/potter caste (Fur: “mir”) has prepared the body (Fur:” kiri”) of three pots in the foreground. She is now crushing fine-grained clay on a grindstone (Fur: “dida”) to be smeared ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

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Randi Haaland

A woman of the “mir” caste is adding graphite to the interior wall of one of the pots she is making. Note the broken pot in the background, which contains graphite, and the pot with ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0252

Randi Haaland

A woman mixing clay (Fur: “daalu” ) with sorghum residue as temper for the pots (Fur: “tewe”) she is making.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

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Gunnar Haaland

Fur boys who do not go to government schools will for periods of 4 to 6 years attend Koran schools (Fur: “som”) where they are instructed by local faqihs (Arabic for “holy men”) teaching them ...

Barn, Skole, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Gutt, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0272

Gunnar Haaland

A group of Fur villagers are writing down Koran verses on the traditional writing boards (Arabic and Fur: “loh”) in connection with preparing healing water for a ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0274

Gunnar Haaland

Two Fur men are writing on their wooden boards (Arabic and Fur: “loh”) holy verses from the Koran. When they have filled the board with writings the ink (Fur: “dawai”, Arabic: “hibr”) is washed off ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0275

Gunnar Haaland

A Fur man is washing ink used to write Koranic verses off his writing board (Arabic and Fur: “loh”). The magic significance of the written Islamic text is exemplified in the belief that drinking this ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0277

Gunnar Haaland

A local court (Arabic and Fur: “Makkama”) where the omda (Arabic for chief in the governmental system of administration) is hearing a case. Such courts were mainly deciding according to customary law.

Lover, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Rettssak, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0278

Gunnar Haaland

A woman from the Jumala Arabs of Northern Darfur is setting up the tent in a dry season camp (Arabic: “fariq”), near Wadi Aribo, close to Zalingi.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0280

Gunnar Haaland

The camp site of a Fur farmer who has succeeded in accumulating cash for investment in a sufficient number of cattle. Cattle thrive best when they are moved seasonally between different ecological zones. Successful Fur ...

Telt, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0283

Gunnar Haaland

A couple of the Weila Fulani is setting up their tent towards the end of the rainy season. The Fulani nomads generally move into the Fur area before the Baggara Arabs and they are also ...

Kvinne, Telt, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Krukke

Fotografi ubb-haa-0288

Gunnar Haaland

The weekly market (Arabic: “souq”) is important in the Fur village economy. In this photo, a Fur woman is selling dried tomatoes (Fur: “futta”) and dried ochre (Fur: “faga kirro” – literally meaning “black ...

Kvinne, Handel, Mann, Feltarbeid, Marked, Kamel, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Grønnsaker, Landsby, Esel

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Gunnar Haaland

Circumcision of boys is an important ceremony in Fur communities and lasts for several days. It involves consumption of local beer (Fur: “kira”) and prestigious food like ...

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

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Gunnar Haaland

Celebrations in connection with circumcision of boys (Fur: “dogola kandi”, Arabic: “tahura”). Note the cowrie shells (Fur: “kandura”, Arabic: “wadda”) used as ornament in the hair of the lady to the left of the man ...

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0328

Gunnar Haaland

Communal festivities at circumcisions are very important among the Fur. In this photo, women are dancing “the gazelle dance” ( Fur: “ferangabie”) around the hut where the circumcision (Fur: “dogola kandi”, Arabic: “tahura”) will be ...

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

Drumming, singing, and dancing are important events connected with circumcision (Fur: “dogola kandi”, Arabic: “tahura”). Note the man dressed as a woman to the left of the drummers. He is a male relative of a ...

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Tromme, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

Drummers entertaining participants in a house-building party (Fur: “tawisa”). The festive character of communal works like house-building and agricultural tasks is further emphasized by lavish provision of beer (Fur: “kira”) and food. Provision of beer ...

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Musikk (instrumental og vokal), Tromme, Trommeslager, Landsby

Fotografi ubb-haa-0333

Gunnar Haaland

Women using a traditional gin (Fur: “maal”) to separate the seeds from harvested cotton (Fur: “nyiri”).

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jente, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk, Landsby

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Gunnar Haaland

A man at his loom (Fur: “shaaka”). Spinning and weaving of cotton are considered male work. At marriage, a man should present his mother in law (Fur: “iya mare”, Arabic: “naseeba”) with a woven garment.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Veving, Industri og Håndverk, Spinning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0339

Gunnar Haaland

Fur women are fetching water from a shallow pond by means of calabashes (Fur: “kere”) and pouring it into clay pots (Fur: “tawu”) that they carry on ...

Kvinne, Kvinner i arbeid, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Vann, Esel

Fotografi ubb-haa-0344

Gunnar Haaland

A group of nomadized Fur watering a donkey (Fur: “lel”) at their camp in the area of Jebel Si. Note the seasonal huts made of branches in the background. They are very different from the ...

Kvinne, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Fugler, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Esel

Fotografi ubb-haa-0348

Randi Haaland

A Fur woman making stone grinders (Fur: “munang”- upper grinder, “dida” – lower grinder). A syndrome of activities associated with food preparations, like fetching water and firewood, ...

Kvinne, Kvinner i arbeid, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Kvern/mølle (bygdemølle), Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0349

Randi Haaland

Women of the “mir” caste are selling pots at the local souq (market place). Ceramic goods are associated with the stigmatized “mir” identity and are transacted at a distance from the central market place where ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0355

Randi Haaland

A woman is kneading clay for pottery making. Note on her right side the small clay ‘pounder’ used to mould the pot (Fur: “tewe”).

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0368

Randi Haaland

A “mir” (blacksmith/potter caste) woman is shaping the base (Fur: “kiri”) of the pot. Note the small clay pounder that she is using.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0372

Randi Haaland

A Fur woman of the “mir” caste is attaching a ring of wet clay to the body (Fur: “kiri”) of a pot.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0380

Randi Haaland

A Fur woman of the “mir” caste is smoothing with a cow’s rib the interior surface of the rim/mouth (Fur: “uto”) area of the pot she is making.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0383

Randi Haaland

A Fur woman of the “mir” (blacksmith/potter) caste is decorating the body (Fur: “kiri”) of the pot by pressing a shell against the wet clay

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0385

Gunnar Haaland

A group of Jumala Arab nomads from Northern Darfur migrating through the Fur area of Western Darfur, after the Fur have harvested their fields. In the 1960s and 1970s relations between the Fur and Arab ...

Kvinne, Barn, Feltarbeid, Kamel, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0393

Randi Haaland

The multi-ethnic market town of Kutum situated on the way to the blacksmith village of Toumra in Northern Darfur. Kutum is known for the many date palms (Fur: “senda”) seen in the wadi between the ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Palme, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby

Fotografi ubb-haa-0431

Randi Haaland

An elderly woman accompanied by four girls and a boy outside her compound in the village of Toumra.

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Jente, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0433

Gunnar Haaland

An isolated village on Jebel Gurgei in the Jebel Si area of Northern Darfur, where people still lived in a very special type of house with flat-topped ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby

Fotografi ubb-haa-0437

Gunnar Haaland

A young Fur woman in an isolated village on Jebel Gurgei is leaving the family compound. Note that she is not dressed according to the Islamic codes, ...

Kvinne, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby

Fotografi ubb-haa-0448

Gunnar Haaland

A man and his daughter stand outside a flat-roofed Torrontonga house (Fur: “Tong)”. Note that in those days the Muslim Fur of Jebel Si did not practice a strict Islamic dress code for females.

Kvinne, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby

Fotografi ubb-haa-0451

Randi Haaland

Two blacksmiths of the “mir” caste forging an axe (Fur: “bou”, Arabic: “fas”) at the local souq (market place). Iron goods are associated with the stigmatized “mir” ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Smed, Industri og Håndverk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0490

Randi Haaland

Next to a stone-walled house of the Fur we can see four girbas. The girbas are water containers made of goat skin. However the girbas on the photo ...

Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Landsby

Fotografi ubb-haa-0494

Gunnar Haaland

A woman doing the third and last weeding before the harvest. The fertile valleys between the hills are easier to cultivate than the stony slopes, but still ...

Landskap, Kvinne, Landbruk, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0513

Gunnar Haaland

In the western foothills of Jebel Marra small perennial streams allow for a limited amount of dry season irrigated cultivation. A woman harvesting a field of onions (Fur: “basala”, Arabic: “bassal”) that has been irrigated ...

Kvinne, Landbruk, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0514

Gunnar Haaland

The landscape of Jebel Marra is dramatic. The steep mountain tops contrast with the hillsides of non-irrigated rainy season cultivation terraces.

Landskap, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0515

Gunnar Haaland

Circumcision ceremonies include transvestitism by a male relative of the boy to be circumcised. In this photo, a man dressed as a woman is surrounded by people drumming and singing.

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0520

Gunnar Haaland

Circumcision festivities with procession of women carrying objects related to food making as well as others related to male activities like hunting and warfare. This procession is called “ferangabia” which in Fur language means “the ...

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Landsby

Fotografi ubb-haa-0521

Gunnar Haaland

Men drinking beer (Fur: “kira”) during a break in communal house building. Beer is a product that the wife makes for her husbands from millets taken from his granary. It is shameful to sell millet ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Øl

Fotografi ubb-haa-0525

Gunnar Haaland

Beer plays a very important role in the life of the Fur, not only nutritionally but also symbolically. It is a major item in rituals that serve to indoctrinate ideas of solidarity among community members. ...

Kvinne, Barn, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe, Krukke

Fotografi ubb-haa-0527

Gunnar Haaland

On weekly market days, Fur farmers exchange agricultural products for the nomads’ milk products (e.g. sour milk and butter), and petty traders’ imported goods (e.g. sugar, tea, salt, cloth, shoes).

Kvinne, Barn, Handel, Mann, Feltarbeid, Marked, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0528

Gunnar Haaland

Men are gathered on the slope of a cultivation terrace for their Friday prayer. Fur people practice rituals associated with Islam as well as with non-Islamic religious traditions.

Landbruk, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Religioner, Religion, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Bønn, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0538

Gunnar Haaland

A woman outside her tent in the camp of nomadized Fur.

Kvinne, Telt, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Krukke

Fotografi ubb-haa-0542

Gunnar Haaland

A group of nomadized Fur resting under the shadow of a tree.

Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Gruppe

Fotografi ubb-haa-0543

Gunnar Haaland

A Baggara group moving to a new dry season camp in the Fur area along Wadi Azum. Note the lance (Arabic: “shalaqaiya”) carried by the man. This is a typical weapon used by the Baggara.

Hund, Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Våpen, Kveg, Okse

Fotografi ubb-haa-0546

Gunnar Haaland

House-building party. Note the clay container for storage of grain (Fur: “nonum”) inside the stonewalls of the house. Ample provision of beer (Fur: “kira”) is a dominant feature of such mutual help undertakings.

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Øl, Tradisjonell byggeskikk

Fotografi ubb-haa-0583

Gunnar Haaland

Women clearing a hill slope for sowing millet (Fur: “sona”). Men and women have separate fields that they cultivate individually and store the yields in their separately ...

Kvinne, Landbruk, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Jordbruk, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0585

Gunnar Haaland

A Fulani nomad of the Weila tribe is demonstrating his skills as an archer. The typical Fulani weapons are the bow and arrow, in contrast to the lance (Arabic: “shalaqaiya”) that is the typical weapon ...

Mann, Feltarbeid, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning, Våpen, Pil og bue

Fotografi ubb-haa-0590

Gunnar Haaland

A Fur woman is standing with her baby on the alluvial soils of wadi Aribo. Note the acacia albida trees  (Fur: “kurul”, Arabic: “haraz”) in the background. ...

Kvinne, Barn, Mann, Feltarbeid, Kvinner og barn, Arkeologi, Fargefotografi, Sosialantropologi, Forskning

Fotografi ubb-haa-0592