Table of contents for Holy intoxication to drunken dissipation : alcohol among Quichua speakers in Otavalo, Ecuador / Barbara Y. Butler.

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Contents
Acknowledgements	000
Introduction	Machapashun: Let's You and I Get Drunk	000
Part I	Before the 1987 Earthquake	000
Chapter One	Huasichiy Boda Huasi: A Ceremonial Open House	000
Chapter Two	Ufyapashunchic: Let's Drink Together	000
Chapter Three	Taita Dios and Taita Imbabura	000
Chapter Four	Cantina and Boda Huasi: Local Bar and Ceremonial Open House	000
Chapter Five	Curagacuna or Viejos Chumados: Native Lords or Drunk Old Men	000
Part II	After the 1987 Earthquake	000
Chapter Six	Pachacuti: World Reversal	000
Chapter Seven	Runa Gente, Gente Civilizada: Uniting the Contradictions of the Indigenous and the Fully Civilized	000
Chapter Eight	Evangelistas, Catequistas, and Activistas	000
Chapter Nine	Yapa Ufyadur Carcanchic: We Drank Too Much	000
Chapter Ten	Transnational Corazas 2000	000
Conclusion	Que Viva Runa Causai: Long Live Indigenous Culture	000
Appendix One	Issues of Ethics and Objectivity	000
Appendix Two	The Sounds and Writing Conventions of Ecuadorian Quichua	000
Notes	000
Quichua-English Glossary	000
Spanish-English Glossary	000
References Cited	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Quechua Indians -- Alcohol use -- Ecuador -- Otavalo.
Quechua Indians -- Ecuador -- Otavalo -- Rites and ceremonies.
Quechua Indians -- Ecuador -- Otavalo -- Religion.
Drinking customs -- Ecuador -- Otavalo.
Earthquakes -- Ecuador -- Otavalo.
Social change -- Ecuador -- Otavalo.
Otavalo (Ecuador) -- Social conditions.
Otavalo (Ecuador) -- Religious life and customs.
Otavalo (Ecuador) -- Social life and customs.