2012

The Ethics of Anthropology and Amerindian Research

Reporting on Environmental Degradation and Warfare

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-1064-5 (Print) 978-1-4614-1065-2 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

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    Pages 1-26

    Introduction

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    Pages 27-36

    Ethical and Political Ramifications of the Reporting/Non-Reporting of Native American Ritualized Violence

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    Pages 37-50

    Pre-Columbian Warfare and Indecorous Images in Southeastern North America

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    Pages 51-72

    The Portrayal of Native American Violence and Warfare: Who Speaks for the Past?

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    Pages 73-77

    Catawba Indians’ Adaptive Response to Colonialism

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    Pages 79-116

    Maya Hunting Sustainability: Perspectives from Past and Present

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    Pages 117-145

    Sympathetic Ethnocentrism, Repression, and Auto-repression of Q’eqchi’ Maya Blood Sacrifice

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    Pages 147-190

    Relativism, Revisionism, Aboriginalism, and Emic/Etic Truth: The Case Study of Apocalypto

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    Pages 191-234

    Mythologies of Conquest

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    Pages 235-267

    Imagining Human Alteration of Ancient Landscapes in Central and South America

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    Pages 269-287

    Overstating, Downplaying, and Denying Indigenous Conquest Warfare in Pre-Hispanic Empires of the Andes

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    Pages 289-309

    Violence, Indigeneity, and Archaeological Interpretation in the Central Andes

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    Pages 311-360

    Conservation or Resource Maximization? Analyzing Subsistence Hunting Among the Achuar (Shiwiar) of Ecuador

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    Pages 361-366

    The Studied Avoidance of War as an Instrument of Political Evolution

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    Pages 367-393

    Medical Ramifications of Failing to Acknowledge Amerindian Warfare, Violence, Social Inequality, and Cultural Enigmas

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    Pages 395-426

    Ancestral Pueblos and Modern Diatribes: An Interview with Antonio Chavarria of Santa Clara Pueblo, Curator of Ethnology, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe, New Mexico

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    Pages 427-434

    Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Degradation: An Indigenous Perspective

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    Pages 435-450

    The Logic of Indigenous Voice

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    Pages 451-503

    Discussion and Conclusions

  21. Back Matter

    Pages 505-521