4-0740
TALKING ABOUT BEING IN AMAZONIA
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Reviewed By: American Ethnological Society
Friday, November 16, 2012: 1:45 PM-5:30 PM

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Students
Organizers:  Janet M Chernela (University of Maryland) and Suzanne Oakdale (University of New Mexico)
Chairs:  Carlos D Londono Sulkin (University of Regina)
Discussants:  Ellen B Basso (University of Arizona) and Steven Rubenstein (University of Liverpool)
1:45 PM
Cashinahua Shamanism In Times of the Urban Quest for Indigenous Knowledge
Els Lagrou (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)
2:00 PM
What Does Christianity Do to Amazonian 'selves'?
Minna Opas (University of Turku)
2:15 PM
2:30 PM
The Core of the Marija Palm: Self and Body In Witoto Traditional Education
Juan A Echeverri (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
2:45 PM
The Amazonian Package
Carlos D Londono Sulkin (University of Regina)
3:00 PM
Discussion
3:15 PM
Break
3:45 PM
4:00 PM
Discourse and Performance of Chacobo Hunting Songs
Philippe Pascal Erikson (University Paris Ouest and Universite de Paris 10)
4:15 PM
The Recursive "I"
Janet M Chernela (University of Maryland)
4:30 PM
Becoming Porous: The Orchestration of Subjectivity In Urarina Shamanic Song
Harry Walker (London School of Economics and Political Science)
4:45 PM
Discussant
Ellen B Basso (University of Arizona)
5:00 PM
In Memoriam
Steven Rubenstein (University of Liverpool)