Non-humans in Amerindian South America : ethnographies of indigenous cosmologies, rituals and songs

Auteur(s) : Rivera Andía, Juan Javier (Éd.)Description matérielle : xi-382 p. : photos en noir et blanc, cartes et tableaux ; 24 cm. Collection: EASA series ; vol. 37. Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2019.Cote : S.253Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index.
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Introduction. Towards engaged ontographies of animist developments in Amerindian South America / Rivera Andía, Juan Javier --

On the wings of inspiration: ritual efficacy, dancing flamingos and divine mediation among pastoralists and herd animals in Isluga, Chile / Dransart, Penelope Z. --

Southern sacrifice and northern sorcery: mountain spirits and "encantos" in the Peruvian Andes / Sax, Marieka --

Marking out the bounds of humanity in Tsachila ritual / Ventura i Oller, Montserrat --

Losing part of oneself: channels of communication between humans and non-humans / Ferrié, Francis --

The Inkas still exist in the Ucayali valley: what we can learn from songs / Brabec de Mori, Bernd --

On Quechua relatedness to contemporary and ancient dead / Salas Carreño, Guillermo --

"I'm crying for the beautiful skin of the jaguar's": laments, non-humans and conviviality among the Ayoreo of the Northern Chaco / Otaegui, Alfonso --

Subsantiated wealth: morality, local economy and the body in indigenous Amazonia / Opas, Minna --

Signifying others: the musical management of social differences in Amazonia / Hill, Jonathan D. --

Inventing a new verbal art from traditional issues: the evangelical songs of the Suruí of Rondônia / Yvinec, Cédric --

Prosperity and the flow of vital subtances: relating to earth beings in processes of mobility in the southern Peruvian Andes / Vindal Ødegaard, Cecilie --

The wild boar is out again and knows better than the jaguar / Münzel, Mark --

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