Como entre los jivaros
(shuar) estudiados por Anne-Christine Taylor, (1) hay una simultaneidad de relaciones de identificacion y antagonismo con el otro.
Trade goods and Jivaro
warfare: the Shuar 1850-1957, and the Achuar, 1940-1978.
HARNER, Michael 1984 The Jivaro
. People of the Sacred Waterfalls.
An assessment of the nutritional and health status of an Aguaruna Jivaro
community, Amazonas, Peru.
The original meaning of the term head-shrinker was in reference to a member of a group in Amazonia, the Jivaro
, who preserved the heads of their enemies by stripping the skin from the skull, which resulted in a shrunken mummified remnant the size of a fist.
1993 "Remembering to forget: identity, mourning and memory among the Jivaro
Advertising, media and PR recruit- ment specialists Jivaro
Partners have announced the appointment of two key hires joining its Dubai headquarters.
Manejo floristico Shuar-Achuar (Jivaro
) del ecosistema amazonico en el Ecuador.
France-based company Savoye Logistics recently released the e-Jivaro--the miniature cousin of Savoye's original Jivaro
The young male Jivaro
initiate of South America does not eat for days, only drinking "narcotic beverages." (31) North American Indians require fasting in solitude to provoke "the dreams and visions" that accompany trance initiations, often abstaining from food for up to four days.
Mrs Hynes' argument is in defence of open-air funeral pyres, but equally it could be used by Jivaro
Indians demanding the right to wear, in public, necklaces of shrunken heads while celebrating a polygamist wedding ceremony.
En los estudios etnograficos de los jivaro
en general se identifica actualmente a los aguaruna, huambisa, nantipas, jeberos, achual y shuar, distribuidos en comunidades por las margenes del rio Maranon, Chinchipe, Cenepa, Santiago, etc., hasta la Cordillera del Condor en la frontera con el Ecuador.