Kota

ETHNONYMS: Cohatur, Kohatur, Kotar, Koter, Kothur


[Editor's Note: In this article the established spellings of Kota words have been retained, along with diacritical marks, to facilitate reference to M. B. Emeneau's seminal publications on the Kota language.]


See also Badaga ; Toda

Bibliography

Emeneau, Murray B. (1944-1946). Kota Texts. University of California Publications in Linguistics, nos. 2-3 (in 4 pts.). Berkeley: University of California Press.


Hockings, Paul (1980). "Traditional Interchange (1)." In Ancient Hindu Refugees: Badaga Social History, 1550-1975, 99-110. The Hague: Mouton Publishers; New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.


Mandelbaum, David G. (1941). "Culture Change among the Nilgiri Tribes." American Anthropologist 43:19-26.


Mandelbaum, David G. (1941). "Social Trends and Personal Pressures: The Growth of a Culture Pattern." In Language, Culture, and Personality: Essays in Memory of Edward Sapir, edited by Leslie Spier, A. Irving Hallowell, and Stanley S. Newman, 219-238. Menasha: Sapir Memorial Publication Fund.


Mandelbaum, David G. (1954). "Form, Variation, and Meaning of a Ceremony." In Method and Perspective in Anthropology: Papers in Honor of Wilson D. Wallis, edited by Robert F. Spencer, 60-102. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.


Mandelbaum, David G. (1958). "Social Uses of Funeral Rites." Eastern Anthropologist: A Quarterly Record of Ethnography and Folk Culture 12:5-24.


Mandelbaum, David G. (1989). "The Kotas in Their Social Setting." In Blue Mountains: The Ethnography and Biogeography of a South Indian Region, edited by Paul Hockings, 144-185. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.


Verghese, Isaac (1965). "Priesthood among the Kota of Nilgiri Hills." Vanyajati 13:64-71.


Verghese, Isaac (1969). "The Kota." Bulletin of the Anthropological Survey of India 18:103-182. [Published in 1974].

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