Pastoralism
Pastoralism is the branch of agriculture concerned with the raising of livestock. It is animal husbandry: the care, tending and use of animals such as camels, goats, cattle, yaks, llamas, and sheep. "...
The Chang Tang-Pa
High in the Himalaya, I found the last of a nomadic people who can bequeath wisdom and other ways of thinking and interacting with the earth — true alternatives to ‘ways of the West’. The unwavering s...
Mesmerising Mass Sheep Herding
It’s woolly’s roundup! This incredible footage of hundreds of sheep being herded across New Zealand’s grasslands will blow you away. The amazing footage show...
Gaucho
The gaucho is more than just a cowboy. This Argentine way of life has existed for three centuries. See All National Geographic Videos http://video.nationalge...
Cowboy
A short documentary on modern day cowboys.
Kid Rock - Cowboy (Enhanced Video) - YouTube
Oct 26, 2009 ... Watched the enhanced video for Kid Rock's "Cowboy" Watch the best Kid Rock videos on YouTube here: ...
Fula
Fula may refer to:
Maasai
Maasai may refer to:
Nuer people
The Nuer people are a Nilotic ethnic group primarily inhabiting the Nile Valley. They are concentrated in South Sudan, with some representatives also found in southwestern Ethiopia after they pushed o...
Serer people
The Serer people (also spelt "Sérère", "Sereer", "Serere", "Seereer" and sometimes wrongly "Serre") are an West African ethnoreligious group. In modern-day Senegal, the Serer people live in the west-c...
Gurjari (raga)
Gurjari is an Indian classical music raga.
The present day Gurjari raga owes its origin to the Gurjars (or Gujjars).
The Chang Tang-Pa
High in the Himalaya, I found the last of a nomadic people who can bequeath wisdom and other ways of thinking and interacting with the earth — true alternatives to ‘ways of the West’. The unwavering s...
Texas Road
The Texas Road, also known as the Shawnee Trail, Sedalia Trail or the Kansas Trail, was a major trade and emigrant route to Texas across Indian Territory (later Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri). Establ...
Gurjar
Gurjar or Gujjar is a pastoral agricultural ethnic group with populations in India and Pakistan and a small number in northeastern Afghanistan. Alternative spellings include Gurjara, Gojar, Gūjar, G...
Four Winds hat
The Four Winds hat (in Sami čiehgahpir) is one version of traditional man's hat of the Sami. The basis is a simple blue cylinder, decorated with a red band with braid patterns, but the top is a large,...
Turkana people
The Turkana are a Nilotic people native to the Turkana District in northwest Kenya, a semi-arid climate region bordering Lake Turkana in the east, Pokot, Rendille and Samburu to the south, Uganda to t...
Wadi al-Na'am
Wadi al-Na'am is an unrecognized Bedouin village in the Negev desert in southern Israel. The nearest official settlement is Beersheba. The village is home to about 5,000 Negev Bedouins who live mainly...
Yörüks
The Yörüks, also Yuruks or Yorouks (Turkish: Yörük, Greek: Γιουρούκοι, Bulgarian: юруци, Macedonian: Јуруци), are a Turkish group of people, some of whom are nomadic, primarily inhabit...
Jim Dodge
Jim Dodge (born 1945) is an American novelist and poet whose works combine themes of folklore and fantasy, set in a timeless present. He has published three novels—Fup, Not Fade Away, and Stone Juncti...
Population genetics of the Sami
Since the early years of genetic research, the Sami people have caught the interests of scientists. The Sami languages belong to the Uralic languages family of Eurasia. Some older anthropologist hav...
Rabari
Members of the Rabari or Rewari live throughout the states of Rajasthan, and Gujarat, in India. There are some Rabari families who also live in Pakistan, especially in and around the region of Sindh. ...
Barkat Gourad Hamadou
Barkat Gourad Hamadou (Arabic: بركات غوراد حمادو‎) (born 1 January 1930) was the Prime Minister of Djibouti from 2 October 1978 until 7 March 2001.
Hamadou is a member of the Afar ethnic...