Theorizing relations in indigenous South America

Auteur(s) : González Gálver, Marcelo (Éd.)
Di Giminiani, Piergiorgio (Éd.)
Bacchiddu, Giovanna (Éd.)
Description matérielle : vi-178 p. : photo et illustration en noir et blanc, schéma ; 23 cm. Collection: Studies in social analysis ; vol. 13. Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2022.Cote : S.285Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Relations sociales | Méthodologie Géographique : Amérique du Sud
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Introduction. Theorizing relations in indigenous South America / González Gálvez, Marcelo ; Di Giminiani, Piergiorgio et Bacchiddu, Giovanna --

Learning to see in western Amazonia: how does form reveal relation? / Lagrou, Els --

Looks like viscera: folds, wraps, and relations in the Southern Andes / Pazzarelli, Francisco --

On people, sensorial perception, and potential affinity in Southern Chile / Bonelli, Cristóbal --

Sorcery, revenge, and anti-revenge: relational excess and individuation in the Gran Chaco / Tola, Florencia --

The name of relation: making a difference in Aweti onomastics / Vanzolini, Marina --

Ritualizing the everyday: the dangerous imperative of hospitality in Apiao, Chiloé / Bacchiddu, Giovanna --

Afterword. Relations and relatives / Vilaça, Aparecida --

Coda. Reflecting back / Strathern, Marilyn --

Epilogue. Cemeteries as metaphors of who we are / Millacura Salas, Claudio.

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