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The Shipibo-Conibo : culture and collections in context /

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Series: Fieldiana. Anthropology ; new ser., no. 45.

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1567.

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Chicago :Field Museum of Natural History,2016.

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Anthropology , Ethnological collections , Field Museum of Natural History , Material culture , Peru , Private collections , Shipibo , Shipibo-Conibo art , Shipibo-Conibo Indians

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Title

The Shipibo-Conibo : culture and collections in context /

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Series: Fieldiana. Anthropology ; new ser., no. 45.

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1567.

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Wali, Alaka, , editor, author
Odland, J. Claire. , editor, author
Belaunde, Luisa Elvira, , author
Feldman, Nancy Gardner, , author
Morales Chocano, Daniel, , author
Mujica-Baquerizo, Ana, , author
Weber, Ronald L. , author

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Book

Material

Published material

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Chicago :Field Museum of Natural History,2016.

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In English, with some articles translated from Spanish. Abstracts also in Spanish.

Contents: Chapter 1. | Introduction to the volume / | Alaka Wali and J. Claire Odland -- | Part I: Historical and contemporary contexts for understanding Shipibo material culture. | Chapter 2. | Continuity and change among the Shipibo-Conibo: prehistory to modernity / | Daniel Morales Chocano, Ana Mujica Baquerizo and Ronald L. Weber; translated by Sara Welsh Colaianni -- | Chapter 3. | Contextualizing the collection: environmental conservation and quality of life in the buffer zone of the Cordillera Azul National Park / | Alaka Wali -- | Chapter 4. | The making of Shipibo: la pelicula de nuestra memoria (Shipibo: the movie of our memories) / | J. Claire Odland -- | Chapter 5. | Evolving communities: aspects of Shipibo and Andean art, textiles, and practice in contemporary Peru / | Nancy Gardner Feldman -- | Part II: The meanings of Kene design -- | Chapter 6. | Shipibo-Conibo material culture; textiles and ceramics in the Field Museum collections / | J. Claire Odland and Ronald L. Weber -- | Chapter 7. | Kené: Shipibo-Conibo design / | Luisa Elvira Belaunde ; translated by Sara Walsh Colaianni -- | Chapter 8. | Conclusion: place, identity, and material production / | Alaka Wali and J. Claire Odland -- | Acknowledgments -- | Literature cited -- | Appendix I. | Shipibo-Conibo objects in the Field Museum collection (1893-2011) -- | Appendix II. | Participants and informants for the movie Shipibo: the movie of our memories.

Subjects

Anthropology , Ethnological collections , Field Museum of Natural History , Material culture , Peru , Private collections , Shipibo , Shipibo-Conibo art , Shipibo-Conibo Indians

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F3430.1.S5 S55 2016

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English

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OCLC: 967228219

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title = {The Shipibo-Conibo : culture and collections in context / },
volume = {n.s. no.45},
copyright = {In copyright. Digitized with the permission of the rights holder.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/281091},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/169195 --- In English, with some articles translated from Spanish. Abstracts also in Spanish. --- Chapter 1. | Introduction to the volume / | Alaka Wali and J. Claire Odland -- | Part I: Historical and contemporary contexts for understanding Shipibo material culture. | Chapter 2. | Continuity and change among the Shipibo-Conibo: prehistory to modernity / | Daniel Morales Chocano, Ana Mujica Baquerizo and Ronald L. Weber; translated by Sara Welsh Colaianni -- | Chapter 3. | Contextualizing the collection: environmental conservation and quality of life in the buffer zone of the Cordillera Azul National Park / | Alaka Wali -- | Chapter 4. | The making of Shipibo: la pelicula de nuestra memoria (Shipibo: the movie of our memories) / | J. Claire Odland -- | Chapter 5. | Evolving communities: aspects of Shipibo and Andean art, textiles, and practice in contemporary Peru / | Nancy Gardner Feldman -- | Part II: The meanings of Kene design -- | Chapter 6. | Shipibo-Conibo material culture; textiles and ceramics in the Field Museum collections / | J. Claire Odland and Ronald L. Weber -- | Chapter 7. | Kené: Shipibo-Conibo design / | Luisa Elvira Belaunde ; translated by Sara Walsh Colaianni -- | Chapter 8. | Conclusion: place, identity, and material production / | Alaka Wali and J. Claire Odland -- | Acknowledgments -- | Literature cited -- | Appendix I. | Shipibo-Conibo objects in the Field Museum collection (1893-2011) -- | Appendix II. | Participants and informants for the movie Shipibo: the movie of our memories.},
publisher = {Chicago :Field Museum of Natural History,},
author = {Wali, Alaka, and Odland, J. Claire. and Belaunde, Luisa Elvira, and Feldman, Nancy Gardner, and Morales Chocano, Daniel, and Mujica-Baquerizo, Ana, and Weber, Ronald L.},
year = {2016},
pages = {112},
keywords = {Anthropology|Ethnological collections|Field Museum of Natural History|Material culture|Peru|Private collections|Shipibo|Shipibo-Conibo art|Shipibo-Conibo Indians},
}

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TY - BOOK
TI - The Shipibo-Conibo : culture and collections in context /
VL - n.s. no.45
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/281091
PB - Field Museum of Natural History,
CY - Chicago :
PY - 2016
N1 - In English, with some articles translated from Spanish. Abstracts also in Spanish. --- Chapter 1. | Introduction to the volume / | Alaka Wali and J. Claire Odland -- | Part I: Historical and contemporary contexts for understanding Shipibo material culture. | Chapter 2. | Continuity and change among the Shipibo-Conibo: prehistory to modernity / | Daniel Morales Chocano, Ana Mujica Baquerizo and Ronald L. Weber; translated by Sara Welsh Colaianni -- | Chapter 3. | Contextualizing the collection: environmental conservation and quality of life in the buffer zone of the Cordillera Azul National Park / | Alaka Wali -- | Chapter 4. | The making of Shipibo: la pelicula de nuestra memoria (Shipibo: the movie of our memories) / | J. Claire Odland -- | Chapter 5. | Evolving communities: aspects of Shipibo and Andean art, textiles, and practice in contemporary Peru / | Nancy Gardner Feldman -- | Part II: The meanings of Kene design -- | Chapter 6. | Shipibo-Conibo material culture; textiles and ceramics in the Field Museum collections / | J. Claire Odland and Ronald L. Weber -- | Chapter 7. | Kené: Shipibo-Conibo design / | Luisa Elvira Belaunde ; translated by Sara Walsh Colaianni -- | Chapter 8. | Conclusion: place, identity, and material production / | Alaka Wali and J. Claire Odland -- | Acknowledgments -- | Literature cited -- | Appendix I. | Shipibo-Conibo objects in the Field Museum collection (1893-2011) -- | Appendix II. | Participants and informants for the movie Shipibo: the movie of our memories.
AU - Wali, Alaka,
AU - Odland, J. Claire.
AU - Belaunde, Luisa Elvira,
AU - Feldman, Nancy Gardner,
AU - Morales Chocano, Daniel,
AU - Mujica-Baquerizo, Ana,
AU - Weber, Ronald L.
KW - Anthropology
KW - Ethnological collections
KW - Field Museum of Natural History
KW - Material culture
KW - Peru
KW - Private collections
KW - Shipibo
KW - Shipibo-Conibo art
KW - Shipibo-Conibo Indians
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