Space and Society in Central Brazil: A Panará Ethnography (LSE Monographs on Social Anthropology)

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Elizabeth Ewart provides a compelling ethnographic account of how the Panara, an indigenous group living in central Brazil, understand space and society ... This is a fascinating read that will be useful for students interested in ethnographies, indigenous groups, and the meanings and interactions of space and society. -- Andreza de Souza Santos LSE Review of Books Elizabeth Ewart very effectively analyzes an Amazonian group that only came into regular contact with the outside world in the 1970s, engaging with classic literature on the subject of Amazonian (specifically Ge) social organization to discover how that organization works in the present and by extension how it has probably always worked. -- Jack David Eller Anthropology Review Database

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Hailed once as 'giants of the Amazon', Panara people emerged onto a world stage in the early 1970s. What followed is a remarkable story of socio-demographic collapse, loss of territory, and subsequent recovery. Reduced to just 79 survivors in 1976, Panara people have gone on to recover and reclaim a part of their original lands in an extraordinary process of cultural and social revival. Space and Society in Central Brazil is a unique ethnographic account, in which analytical approaches to social organisation are brought into dialogue with Panara social categories and values as told in their own terms. Exploring concepts such as space, material goods, and ideas about enemies, this book examines how social categories transform in time and reveals the ways in which Panara people themselves produce their identities in constant dialogue with the forms of alterity that surround them. Clearly and accessibly written, this book will appeal to students, scholars and anyone interested in the complex lives and histories of indigenous Amazonian societies.

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