Chacon, Richard J.

The Ethics of Anthropology and Amerindian Research

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Richard J. Chacon, Rubén G. Mendoza

2. Ethical and Political Ramifications of the Reporting/Non-Reporting of Native American Ritualized Violence
Christopher W. Schmidt, Rachel A. Lockhart Sharkey

3. Pre-Columbian Warfare and Indecorous Images in Southeastern North America
Charles R. Cobb, Dawnie Wolfe Steadman

4. The Portrayal of Native American Violence and Warfare: Who Speaks for the Past?
David H. Dye, M. Franklin Keel

5. Catawba Indians’ Adaptive Response to Colonialism
Brooke Bauer

6. Maya Hunting Sustainability: Perspectives from Past and Present
Kitty F. Emery, Linda A. Brown

7. Sympathetic Ethnocentrism, Repression, and Auto-repression of Q’eqchi’ Maya Blood Sacrifice
Arthur A. Demarest, Brent Woodfill

8. Relativism, Revisionism, Aboriginalism, and Emic/Etic Truth: The Case Study of Apocalypto

Richard D. Hansen

9. Mythologies of Conquest
Rubén G. Mendoza, Shari R. Harder

10. Imagining Human Alteration of Ancient Landscapes in Central and South America
John W. Hoopes

11. Overstating, Downplaying, and Denying Indigenous Conquest Warfare in Pre-Hispanic Empires of the Andes
Dennis E. Ogburn

12. Violence, Indigeneity, and Archaeological Interpretation in the Central Andes
Elizabeth Arkush

13. Conservation or Resource Maximization? Analyzing Subsistence Hunting Among the Achuar (Shiwiar) of Ecuador
Richard J. Chacon

14. The Studied Avoidance of War as an Instrument of Political Evolution
Robert L. Carneiro

15. Medical Ramifications of Failing to Acknowledge Amerindian Warfare, Violence, Social Inequality, and Cultural Enigmas
John Walden

16. Ancestral Pueblos and Modern Diatribes: An Interview with Antonio Chavarria of Santa Clara Pueblo, Curator of Ethnology, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Antonio Chavarria, Rubén G. Mendoza

17. Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Degradation: An Indigenous Perspective
Alberto Esquit-Choy

18. The Logic of Indigenous Voice
M. Gregory Oakes

19. Discussion and Conclusions
Richard J. Chacon, Rubén G. Mendoza

Keywords: Social Sciences, Anthropology, Ethics, Regional and Cultural Studies, Archaeology

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