Histories and Historicities in Amazonia
"A welcome addition to serious scholarship directed at the uniting of history, historicity, ethnohistory, ethnology and ethnography."--Norman E. Whitten Jr., "Ethnohistory""Whitehead and the other contributors are to be congratulated for forcing us to reexamine our ideas of what constitutes history and historical consciousness and to continue to insist that lack of literacy does not make a people without history.'"--S. Elizabeth Penry, "The American Historical Review" Neil L. Whitehead is a professor of anthropology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the editor of Ethnohistory. He is the author of Dark Shamans: Kanaimá and the Poetics of Violent Death and coeditor (with Laura Rival) of Beyond the Visible and the Material: Retrospect and Prospect in Amazonian Anthropology.
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