Hunter Gatherer Research

Response: How do Amazonian forest societies transform?

Hunter Gatherer Research (2016), 2, (4), 473–481.

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Arcand, B 1988. Il n’y a jamais eu de sociétés de chasseurs-cueilleurs. Anthropologie et Sociétés 12(1):39–58. Il n’y a jamais eu de sociétés de chasseurs-cueilleurs Anthropologie et Sociétés 12 39 58 Google Scholar

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Balée, W 2013. Cultural forests of the Amazon. A historical ecology of people and their landscapes. Tuscaloosa AL: University of Alabama Press. Cultural forests of the Amazon. A historical ecology of people and their landscapes Google Scholar

Barnard, A 2002. The foraging mode of thought. In Stewart, H, Barnard, A & Omura, K (eds) Self and other images of hunter-gatherers. Senri Ethnological Studies 60. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology:5–24. The foraging mode of thought Self and other images of hunter-gatherers 5 24 Google Scholar

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Beckerman, S 1994. Major patterns in indigenous Amazonian subsistence. In Hladik, CM, Hladik, A, Linares, OF, Pagezy, H, Semple, A & Hadley, M (eds) Tropical forests, people and food. Paris: UNESCO and The Parthenon Publishing Group:411–424. Major patterns in indigenous Amazonian subsistence Tropical forests, people and food 411 424 Google Scholar

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Costa, L 2009. Worthless movement: agricultural regression and mobility. Tipití 7(2):151–180. Worthless movement: agricultural regression and mobility Tipití 7 151 180 Google Scholar

Ellen, R 1982. Environment, subsistence and system. The ecology of small-scale social formations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Environment, subsistence and system. The ecology of small-scale social formations Google Scholar

Ember, CR 2014. Hunter-Gatherers. In Ember, CR (ed) Explaining human culture. human relations area files. http://hraf.yale.edu/ehc/summaries/hunter-gatherers. Google Scholar

Fausto, C 2012. Warfare and shamanism in Amazonia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Warfare and shamanism in Amazonia Google Scholar

Ingold, T, Riches, D & Woodburn, J (eds) 1988a. Hunters and gatherers. History, evolution and change. New York and Oxford: Berg. Hunters and gatherers. History, evolution and change Google Scholar

Ingold, T, Riches, D & Woodburn, J (eds) 1988b. Hunters and gatherers. Property, power and ideology. New York and Oxford: Berg. Hunters and gatherers. Property, power and ideology Google Scholar

Kelly, R 2013. The lifeways of hunter-gatherers. The foraging spectrum. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The lifeways of hunter-gatherers. The foraging spectrum Google Scholar

Lathrap, D 1968. The ‘hunting’ economies of the tropical forest zone of South America: an attempt at historical perspective. In Lee, R & DeVore, I (eds) Man the hunter. Chicago: Aldine:23–29. The ‘hunting’ economies of the tropical forest zone of South America: an attempt at historical perspective Man the hunter 23 29 Google Scholar

Leacock, E & Lee, R (eds) 1982. Politics and history in band societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Politics and history in band societies Google Scholar

Lee, R & Daly, R 1999. Foragers and others. In Lee, R & Daly, R (eds) The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press:1–19. Foragers and others The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers 1 19 Google Scholar

Lee, R & DeVore, I (eds) 1968. Man the hunter. Chicago: Aldine. Man the hunter Google Scholar

Lévi-Strauss, C 1963. The concept of archaism in anthropology. In Lévi-Strauss, C (ed) Structural anthropology I. New York: Basic Books: 101–119. The concept of archaism in anthropology Structural anthropology I 101 119 Google Scholar

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Panter-Brick, C, Layton, RH & Rowley-Conwy, P 2001. Lines of enquiry. In Panter-Brick, C, Layton, RH & Rowley-Conwy, P (eds) Hunter-gatherer studies: an interdisciplinary perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:1–11. Lines of enquiry Hunter-gatherer studies: an interdisciplinary perspective 1 11 Google Scholar

Politis, G 2001. Foragers of the Amazon: The last survivors or the first to succeed? In McEwan, C, Barreto, C & Neves, E (eds) Unknown Amazon. London: The British Museum Press:26–49. Foragers of the Amazon: The last survivors or the first to succeed? Unknown Amazon 26 49 Google Scholar

Politis, G 2007. Nukak: ethnoarchaeology of an Amazonian people. Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press. Nukak: ethnoarchaeology of an Amazonian people Google Scholar

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Rival, L 1999. South American hunters-and-gatherers; an introduction. In Lee, R & Daly, R (eds) The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press:77–85. South American hunters-and-gatherers; an introduction The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers 77 85 Google Scholar

Rival, L 2002. Trekking through history. The Huaorani of Amazonian Ecuador. New York: Columbia University Press. Trekking through history. The Huaorani of Amazonian Ecuador Google Scholar

Rival, L 2016. Huaorani transformations in 21st century Ecuador. Treks into the future of time. Tucson AZ: University of Arizona Press. Huaorani transformations in 21st century Ecuador Google Scholar

Widlok, T 2013. Sharing. Allowing others to take what is valued. Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3(2):11–31. Sharing Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3 11 31 Google Scholar

Winterhalder, B & Kennett, D 2006. Behaviour ecology and the transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture. In Kennett, D & Winterhalder, B (eds) Origins of human behaviour and culture. Behavioural ecology and transition to agriculture. Berkeley CA: University of California Press:1–21. Behaviour ecology and the transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture Origins of human behaviour and culture. Behavioural ecology and transition to agriculture 1 21 Google Scholar

Arcand, B 1988. Il n’y a jamais eu de sociétés de chasseurs-cueilleurs. Anthropologie et Sociétés 12(1):39–58. Il n’y a jamais eu de sociétés de chasseurs-cueilleurs Anthropologie et Sociétés 12 39 58 Google Scholar

Arcand, B 1999. Cuiva. In Lee, R & Daly, R (eds) The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press:97–100. Cuiva The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers 97 100 Google Scholar

Balée, W 1994. Footprints of the forest. Ka’apor ethnobotany: the historical ecology of plant utilization by an Amazonian people. New York: Columbia University Press. Footprints of the forest. Ka’apor ethnobotany: the historical ecology of plant utilization by an Amazonian people Google Scholar

Balée, W 2013. Cultural forests of the Amazon. A historical ecology of people and their landscapes. Tuscaloosa AL: University of Alabama Press. Cultural forests of the Amazon. A historical ecology of people and their landscapes Google Scholar

Barnard, A 2002. The foraging mode of thought. In Stewart, H, Barnard, A & Omura, K (eds) Self and other images of hunter-gatherers. Senri Ethnological Studies 60. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology:5–24. The foraging mode of thought Self and other images of hunter-gatherers 5 24 Google Scholar

Barnard, A 2004. Hunting-and-gathering society: an eighteenth-century Scottish invention. In Barnard, A (ed) Hunter-gatherers in history, archaeology and anthropology. Oxford: Berg:31–43. Hunting-and-gathering society: an eighteenth-century Scottish invention Hunter-gatherers in history, archaeology and anthropology 31 43 Google Scholar

Barnard, A 2014. Defining hunter-gatherers: Enlightenment, romantic and social evolutionary perspectives. In Cummings, V, Jordan, P & Zvelebil, M (eds) The Oxford handbook of the archaeology and anthropology of hunter-gatherers. Oxford: Oxford University Press:43–54. Defining hunter-gatherers: Enlightenment, romantic and social evolutionary perspectives The Oxford handbook of the archaeology and anthropology of hunter-gatherers 43 54 Google Scholar

Beckerman, S 1994. Major patterns in indigenous Amazonian subsistence. In Hladik, CM, Hladik, A, Linares, OF, Pagezy, H, Semple, A & Hadley, M (eds) Tropical forests, people and food. Paris: UNESCO and The Parthenon Publishing Group:411–424. Major patterns in indigenous Amazonian subsistence Tropical forests, people and food 411 424 Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

Clement, C, Rival, L & Cole, D 2009. Domestication of peach palm (Bactris Gasipaes Kunth): the roles of human mobility and migration. In Alexiades, M (ed.) The ethnobiology of mobility, displacement and migration in indigenous lowland South America. Oxford: Berghahn Books:117–140. Domestication of peach palm (Bactris Gasipaes Kunth): the roles of human mobility and migration The ethnobiology of mobility, displacement and migration in indigenous lowland South America 117 140 Google Scholar

Costa, L 2009. Worthless movement: agricultural regression and mobility. Tipití 7(2):151–180. Worthless movement: agricultural regression and mobility Tipití 7 151 180 Google Scholar

Ellen, R 1982. Environment, subsistence and system. The ecology of small-scale social formations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Environment, subsistence and system. The ecology of small-scale social formations Google Scholar

Ember, CR 2014. Hunter-Gatherers. In Ember, CR (ed) Explaining human culture. human relations area files. http://hraf.yale.edu/ehc/summaries/hunter-gatherers. Google Scholar

Fausto, C 2012. Warfare and shamanism in Amazonia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Warfare and shamanism in Amazonia Google Scholar

Ingold, T, Riches, D & Woodburn, J (eds) 1988a. Hunters and gatherers. History, evolution and change. New York and Oxford: Berg. Hunters and gatherers. History, evolution and change Google Scholar

Ingold, T, Riches, D & Woodburn, J (eds) 1988b. Hunters and gatherers. Property, power and ideology. New York and Oxford: Berg. Hunters and gatherers. Property, power and ideology Google Scholar

Kelly, R 2013. The lifeways of hunter-gatherers. The foraging spectrum. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The lifeways of hunter-gatherers. The foraging spectrum Google Scholar

Lathrap, D 1968. The ‘hunting’ economies of the tropical forest zone of South America: an attempt at historical perspective. In Lee, R & DeVore, I (eds) Man the hunter. Chicago: Aldine:23–29. The ‘hunting’ economies of the tropical forest zone of South America: an attempt at historical perspective Man the hunter 23 29 Google Scholar

Leacock, E & Lee, R (eds) 1982. Politics and history in band societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Politics and history in band societies Google Scholar

Lee, R & Daly, R 1999. Foragers and others. In Lee, R & Daly, R (eds) The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press:1–19. Foragers and others The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers 1 19 Google Scholar

Lee, R & DeVore, I (eds) 1968. Man the hunter. Chicago: Aldine. Man the hunter Google Scholar

Lévi-Strauss, C 1963. The concept of archaism in anthropology. In Lévi-Strauss, C (ed) Structural anthropology I. New York: Basic Books: 101–119. The concept of archaism in anthropology Structural anthropology I 101 119 Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

Oliver, J 2001. The archaeology of forest foraging and agricultural production in Amazonia. In McEwan, C, Barreto, C & Neves, E (eds) Unknown Amazon. London: The British Museum Press:50–85. The archaeology of forest foraging and agricultural production in Amazonia Unknown Amazon 50 85 Google Scholar

Panter-Brick, C, Layton, RH & Rowley-Conwy, P 2001. Lines of enquiry. In Panter-Brick, C, Layton, RH & Rowley-Conwy, P (eds) Hunter-gatherer studies: an interdisciplinary perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:1–11. Lines of enquiry Hunter-gatherer studies: an interdisciplinary perspective 1 11 Google Scholar

Politis, G 2001. Foragers of the Amazon: The last survivors or the first to succeed? In McEwan, C, Barreto, C & Neves, E (eds) Unknown Amazon. London: The British Museum Press:26–49. Foragers of the Amazon: The last survivors or the first to succeed? Unknown Amazon 26 49 Google Scholar

Politis, G 2007. Nukak: ethnoarchaeology of an Amazonian people. Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press. Nukak: ethnoarchaeology of an Amazonian people Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

Rival, L 1999. South American hunters-and-gatherers; an introduction. In Lee, R & Daly, R (eds) The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press:77–85. South American hunters-and-gatherers; an introduction The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers 77 85 Google Scholar

Rival, L 2002. Trekking through history. The Huaorani of Amazonian Ecuador. New York: Columbia University Press. Trekking through history. The Huaorani of Amazonian Ecuador Google Scholar

Rival, L 2016. Huaorani transformations in 21st century Ecuador. Treks into the future of time. Tucson AZ: University of Arizona Press. Huaorani transformations in 21st century Ecuador Google Scholar

Widlok, T 2013. Sharing. Allowing others to take what is valued. Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3(2):11–31. Sharing Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3 11 31 Google Scholar

Winterhalder, B & Kennett, D 2006. Behaviour ecology and the transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture. In Kennett, D & Winterhalder, B (eds) Origins of human behaviour and culture. Behavioural ecology and transition to agriculture. Berkeley CA: University of California Press:1–21. Behaviour ecology and the transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture Origins of human behaviour and culture. Behavioural ecology and transition to agriculture 1 21 Google Scholar

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