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The master plant : tobacco in lowland South America

Auteur(s) : Russell, Andrew (Éd.)
Rahman, Elizabeth (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xix-259 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Publication : London : Bloomsbury, 2015.Cote : S.220Note : Bibliogr. p. 215-243 ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Tabac Géographique : Amérique du Sud
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Lab. d'anthropologie sociale
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Foreword: From gift of the deities to scourge among humans / Wright, Robin --

Introduction: The changing landscape of tobacco use in lowland South America / Russell, Andrew and Rahman, Elizabeth --

A deep history of tobacco in lowland South America / Oyuela-Caycedo, Augusto and Kawa, Nicholas C. --

Methods of tobacco use among two Arawakan-speaking peoples in Southwestern Amazonia: a case study of structural diffusion / Gow, Peter --

Tobacco and shamanic agency in the upper Amazon: historical and contemporary perspectives / Freedman, Françoise Barbira --

Singing white smoke: tobacco songs from the Ucayali Valley / Brabec de Mori, Bernd --

Cool tobacco breath: the uses and meaning of tobacco among the people of the centre / Echeverri, Juan Alvaro --

Tobacco and water: everyday blessings / Rahman, Elizabeth --

Commercial cigarettes and "Tamï Ale" among the Wayana in Northern Amazonia / Duin, Renzo S. --

Landscapes of desire and tobacco circulation in the Yanomami ethos / Reig, Alejandro --

Of tobacco and well-being in Indigenous Amazonia / Sarmiento Barletti, Juan Pablo --

Smoking tobacco and swinging the chicha: on different modes of sociality among Guna ("Kuna") People / Fortis, Paolo --

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