Anthropology of Love and Anger The Aesthetics of Conviviality in Native Amazonia
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Description: This text questions the very foundations of western sociological thought. It includes case studies from across the South American region, ranging from the fierce Yanomami of Venezuela and Brazil to the Enxet of Paraguay.
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List price: $140.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publication date: 11/30/2000
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: Conviviality and the opening up of Amazonian anthropology|
|The first love of a young man: salt and sexual education among the Uitoto Indians of Lowland Columbia|
|Helpless: the affective preconditions of Piro social life|
|The efficacy of laughter: the Iudic side of magic within Amazonian sociality|
|Compassion, anger and broken hearts: ontology and the role of language in the Miskitu lament|
|The value of working and speaking together: a facet of Pa'ikwene (Palikur) conviviality|
|Knowledge and the practice of love and hate among the Enxet of Paraguay|
|Anger as a marker of love: the ethic of conviviality among the Yanomami|
|Homesickness and the Cashinahua self: a reflection of the embodied condition of relatedness|
|'Though it comes as evil, I embrace it as good': social sensibilities and the transformation of malignant agency among the Muinane|
|Pretty vacant: Columbus, conviviality, and New World faces|
|The convivial self and the fear of anger amongst the Airo-Pai of Amazonian Peru|
|The delicacy of community: on kisagantsi in Matsigenka narrative discourse|
|A woman between two men and a man between two women: the production of jealousy and the predation of sociality amongst the Paresi Indians of Mato Grosso (Brazil)|
|'The more we are together '|
|The Sisyphus syndrome, or the struggle for conviviality in native Amazonia|