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Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon
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The last surviving student of Franz Boas, he was author of The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon, Ancient Polynesian Society, and The Mouth of by: 3. Title: The Cubeo: Indians of the Northwest Amazon Published By: Original publisher Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press.
x, p. ill., map By line: Author's name as appearing in the actual publication Irving Goldman. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, map ; 23 cm. Contents: The Cubeo community --Economic life --The sib --Kinship --Marriage --Leadership and authority --Development of the individual --The ancestor cult --the drinking party --The mourning ceremony --religion --Conclusion: Principles and patterns.
The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon. The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon. by Irving Goldman Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goldman, Irving, Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon.
Urbana, University of Illinois Press, Title: The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon Author Name: Irving Goldman Categories: Native American, Publisher: University of Illinois Press: ISBN Number: BLM8A Binding: Trade Paperback Book Condition: Used - Good Seller ID: The Cubeo.
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The Cubeo, Indians of the Northwest Amazon. [Irving Goldman]. The result was a monograph, The Cubeo: Indians of the Northwest Amazon, still regarded by specialists as 'the very best book on the Vaupés region'. His work on the Cubeo, the name being a Europeanization of the Tukano jesting term Kebewá (meaning 'the people who are not')  is still considered a.
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The Cubeo live in the area of the Colombian Vaupés, near the center of the Northwestern Cultural Area of the Amazon. Their villages are distributed along the median course of the Vaupés and, above all, alongside its affluents the Cuduyari and Querari rivers.
Population [ edit ]. Click on the book chapter title to read by: 1. The Cubeo: Indians of the Northwest Irving Goldman. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Studies in Anthropology No.
2, pp. $Author: Charles J. Erasmus. The late Irving Goldman was professor of anthropology at Sarah Lawrence College. The last surviving student of Franz Boas, he was author of The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon, Ancient Polynesian Society, and The Mouth of Wilson is emeritus professor of anthropology at Otago University in New Zealand and author of The Domestication of the Human 3/5(1).
The late Irving Goldman was professor of anthropology at Sarah Lawrence College. The last surviving student of Franz Boas, he was author of The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon, Ancient Polynesian Society, and The Mouth of Wilson is emeritus professor of anthropology at Otago University in New Zealand and author of The Domestication of the Human Species.
About the Author The late Irving Goldman was professor of anthropology at Sarah Lawrence College. The last surviving student of Franz Boas, he was author of The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon, Ancient Polynesian Society, and The Mouth of Heaven. discipline through Irving Goldman’s classic The Cubeo: Indians of the Northwest ed Co a model of Boasian ethnography, the monograph was alsoeryuch v m ahead of its time and has inspired professional anthropologists forpretation its inter of the ethos, “style,” or what Joanna Overing called the.Irving Goldman, Cubeo Hehénewa Religious Thought: Metaphysics of a Northwestern Amazonian People (New York, NY: Columbia University Press, ), pp.
xlv+, $ Author: Stephen Grant Baines.^ Irving Goldman, The Cubeo Indians of the Northwest Amazon, University of Illinois Press, p puts the date as The difference may reflect the fact that Wallace’s book, Palm Trees of the Amazon and their uses, was published in