TOC: Social Analysis Vol. 63, Issue 2

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A new issue of Social Analysis: The International Journal of Anthropology has published!

 

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Volume 63, Issue 2

 

Introduction

Theorizing Relations in Indigenous South America

Marcelo González Gálvez, Piergiorgio Di Giminiani and Giovanna Bacchiddu

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Articles

Learning to See in Western Amazonia: How Does Form Reveal Relation?

Els Lagrou

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Looks Like Viscera: Folds, Wraps, and Relations in the Southern Andes

Francisco Pazzarelli

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On People, Sensorial Perception, and Potential Affinity in Southern Chile

Cristóbal Bonelli

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Sorcery, Revenge, and Anti-Revenge: Relational Excess and Individuation in the Gran Chaco

Florencia Tola

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The Name of the Relation: Making a Difference in Aweti Onomastics

Marina Vanzolini

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Ritualizing the Everyday: The Dangerous Imperative of Hospitality in Apiao, Chiloé

Giovanna Bacchiddu

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Afterword

Relations and Relatives

Aparecida Vilaça

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