Volume 14, Issue 2 (2016) Special Issue in Honor of Terence Turner

The articles in this issue were presented in a session at the 2013 meetings of the American Anthropological Association in honor of Terence Turner. The session was organized by two of Turner’s students, Suzanne Oakdale and Michael Cepek. Both have long played leading roles in the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America. As guest editor, Dr. Oakdale has overseen the refining of the papers for this issue. The articles are somewhat unique for Tipití in their focus on non-Amazonian themes. Taken together with the books reviewed in this issue, they exemplify the influence of Amazonian anthropology beyond Amazonia. Special thanks to the Fajans-Turner family for photographs and to Lauren Alston Bridges and Afonso Alves of the College of William and Mary and Barbara Watanabe, Kristen Quarles, and Judith Andrews of the Department of Anthropology of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, and John Taylor of bepress Consulting Services for assistance with editing and production.






Guest Editor
Suzanne Oakdale
Stephanie W. Alemán
William H. Fisher