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Joanna Overing has spent a lifetime studying Amazonia. Specifically her interest has been the explicit philosophy of power, modes of equality and materiality expressed by Piaroa in their cosmology, shamanic exegesis, daily living, myth s, and rhetoric.
Joanna Overing. Oxford: Clarendon Press. II, pp. London: Tavistock Publications. London: Routledge. London: Routledge Press. Overing Kaplan, organizer, pp. Colson and D. Heinen eds. Kensinger ed. University of Illinois Press. Parkin ed. Overing ed. ASA Monograph 24, pp. An earlier version in D. Riches ed. Madrid 'Translation as a creative process: the power of the name' in L. Holy ed. Comparative Anthropology, pp. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Howell and R. Willis eds.
Societies at Peace pp Available on Internet: peacefulsocieties. III, pp Jointly with M. Jahoda and I. Lewis eds. London: Croom Helm "The aesthetics of production: the sense of community among the Cubeo and Piaroa" Dialectical Anthropology Revista de Antropologia. Edinburgh University Press. ASA Monographs 31, Routledge. EO:6, pp. Available on internet: cached O mito como historia: um problema de tempo, realidade e outra Questoes.
Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro. Jaguar and Conquistador in Piaroa images of alterity and identity. A latter version published in "The conquistadors of the jungle: images of the Spanish soldier in Piaroa cosmology.
Overing and A. Passes eds. Passes, in J. Ethnos, Vol, , Sept, pp. Halbmayer, eds. Posey and Michael J. Balick, eds , Human Impacts on the Environments of the Amazon, pp. New York: Columbia University Press.
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Prof Joanna Overing