Table of contents for Consuming grief : compassionate cannibalism in an Amazonian society / Beth A. Conklin.


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Acknowledgments
About the Artist and Illustrations
A Note on Orthography
Introduction
Part I: Contexts
Chapter One: Cannibal Epistemologies
Chapter Two: Wari' Worlds
Chapter Three: Cultural Collisions
Part II: Motifs and Motives
Chapter Four: Funerals
Chapter Five: Explanations of Eating
Part III: Bodily Connections
Chapter Six: Social Anatomy
Chapter Seven: Embodied Identities
Chapter Eight: Burning Sorrow
Part IV: Eat and Be Eaten
Chapter Nine: Predator and Prey
Chapter Ten: Hunting the Ancestors
Chapter Eleven: Transforming Grief
Afterword
Appendix A: The Story of Mortuary Cannibalism's Origin
Appendix B: The Story of Hujin and Orotapan
Notes
References
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Pakaasnovos Indians Funeral customs and rites, Cannibalism Brazil