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Latin America

Disobsessing Disobsession: Religion, Ritual, and the Social Sciences in Brazil

Power and Visibility: Development and the Invention and Management of the Third World

The Art of Being Indirect: Talking about Politics in Brazil

On the Syntactic Structure of Myth, or the Yukuna Invention of Speech


Reflecting the Yanomami: Ethnographic Images and the Pursuit of the Exotic