The Ge-speaking tribes of Central Brazil have always been an
anomaly in the annals of anthropology; their exceedingly simple
technology contrasts sharply with their highly complex sociological
and ideological traditions. This book, the outgrowth of extended
anthropological research organized by Maybury-Lewis, at long last
demystifies Ge social structure while modifying and reinterpreting
some of the traditional ideas held about kinship, affiliation, and
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||Harvard Studies in Cultural Anthropology, 1
• J. Christopher Crocker
• Roberto DaMatta
• Jean Lave
• Lewis Maybury-Lewis
• Julio Cezar Melatti
• Terence S. Turner
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