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Volume 11, Issue 1 (2013) Volume 11, Issue 1We are please to publish this volume of the journal featuring a special topic section on creolization in Amazonia edited by Dr. Catherine Alès and Dr. Ernst Halbmayer. The issue opens with a fine article on the languages of Amazonia and closes with a film and book review.
The Languages of Amazonia
Patience Epps and Andrés Pablo Salanova
Introduction: Indigenous Creolization, Amerindian Hybridity and the Invention of Authenticity
Ernst Halbmayer and Catherine Alès
Systems of Naming and Creolization: Authentic Acculturation and/or Authentic Tradition? The Yanomami Case
Mission, Food, and Commensality among the Yukpa: Indigenous Creolization and Emerging Complexities in Indigenous Modernities
The Werewolf in between Indians and Whites: Imaginative Frontiers and Mobile Identities in Eighteenth Century Amazonia
Imaging Amazonia in the 21st Century: Recent Brazilian Documentaries on Socio-Environmental Conflicts
Jeremy M. Campbell
Tradición, Escritura y Patrimonialización. Anne-Gaël Bilhaut and Silvia Macedo, editors. Quito, Ecuador. Abya-Yala. 2012.
Natalia Buitron Arias and Grégory Deshoullière