I must admit that this is not a complete bibliography of research with the Yanomamö, but it contains sources that either I thought should be listed or sources that have been sent to me via email. Since I do not have the time available to research relevant sources of information, if you have any resources that you feel should be added to this list, please contact me. Note: All links open in a new window if they are not mirrored within this website.

Albert, Bruce (Selected Works)

  • 1985 Temps du sang, Temps des Cendres: Représentation de la maladie, système rituel et espace politique chez les Yanomami du sud-est. Thèse apresentada para obtenção do título de doutor na Universidade de Paris X.
  • 1988a Temps du sang, temps des cendres. Représentation de la maladie, espace politique et système rituel chez les Yanomami du sud-est (Amazonie Brésilienne ), Travaux et Documents Micro édités 31. Paris, Orstom (Thèse de Doctorat – Université de Paris X-Nanterre).
  • 1988b “Yanomami – Kaingang: la cuestión de las tierras indígenas en Brasil”, in: Indianidad, etnocidio e indigenismo en América Latina. Mexico: CEMCA-Instituto Indigenista Interamericano. pp.197-219.
  • 1988c “La Fumée du Métal. Histoire et représentations du contact chez les Yanomami du Brésil”, L’Homme , 106-107: 87-119
  • 1989 “Yanomami `Violence’: Inclusive Fitness or Ethnographer’s Representation?,” Current Anthropology 30:637-640.
  • 1990a “Développement Amazonien et Sécurité Nationale: les Indiens Yanomami face au projet ‘Calha Norte'”, Ethnies 11-12: 116-127.
  • 1990b “On Yanomami Warfare: A Rejoiner,” Current Anthropology 31:558-563.
  • 1990b Sixty three Yanomami myths, in: Folk Literature of the Yanomami Indians , J. Wilbert and K. Simoneau eds.. Los Angeles: UCLA Latin American Center Publications.
  • 1991 Urihi: Terra, Economia e Saúde Yanomami. Série Antropológica 119. Departamento de Antropologia, Universidade de Brasília.
  • 1992a “Indian lands, environmental policy, and military geopolitics in the development of the Brazilian Amazon: The case of the Yanomami”, Development and Change 23 (1): 35-70.
  • 1992b “Pensée d’un sage, Davi, chamane yanomami “, in: Notre Amérique métisse. Cinq cents ans après la Conquête, les latino-américains parlent aux européens , A. Remiche Martynow et G. Schneier Madanes eds. Paris: La Découverte. pp. 391-398
  • 1992c “A Fumaça do Metal: História e Representações do Contato entre os Yanomami”. In Anuário Antropológico 89. Rio de Janeiro: Edições Tempo Brasileiro Ltda.
  • 1993 “L’or cannibale et la chute du ciel. Une critique chamanique de l’économie politique de la nature”, L’Homme 126-128: 353-382. (numéro spécial: La remontée de l’Amazone, P. Descola et A.-C. Taylor eds.)
  • 1994 “Gold miners and Yanomami Indians in the Brazilian Amazon: The Hashimu massacre”, in: Who pays the price? The sociocultural context of environmental crisis , B. Johnston ed..Washington: Island Press. pp. 47-55.

Albert, Bruce and G. Godwin Gomez

  • 1997 Saúde Yanomami. Um manual etno-lingüístico. Belém : Museu (Collection “Eduardo Galvão”).

Allman, William F.

  • 1988 (April 11), “A Laboratory of Human Conflict,” U.S. News and World Report, pp. 57-58.

Andujar, Claudia

  • 2000 Yanomami, Brazil: Curitiba.

Anduze, Pablo

  • 1960 Shailili-ko: Descubrimiento de las fuentes del Orinoco, Caracas, Venezuela: Editor Talleres Graficas.

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ARC/IWGIA/SI

  • 1979 The Yanoama in Brazil. Copenhagen: IWGIA Document 37.

Arvelo-Jimenez, Nelly

Asch, Timothy

  • 1991, “The Defense of Yanomami Society and Culture: Its Importance and Significance,” La Iglesia en Amazonas XII:35-38.
  • 1991, “Bias in Ethnographic Reporting: A Personal Example from the Yanomamo Ethnography,” Unpublished paper.
  • 1992, “Book Review of Into the Heart by Kenneth R. Good” American Anthropologist 94:481-482.

Baker, J.P.

  • 1953 “Memoria sobre la cultura de los Guaika”. Boletín Indigenista Venezolano 1: 433-99.
  • 1959 “Las incursiones entre los Guaika”. Boletín Indigenista Venezolano 7: 151-68.
  • 1953 “Memorias sobre Ia cultura de los Guaica”. Bol. Venezolano, N 91.

Barandiaran, Daniel de

  • 1965 “Mundo Espiritual y Shamanismo Sanema”. Antropologica. Nº 15 diciembre.
  • 1974 Los Hijos de La Luna: Monografia Anthropologica Sobre los Indios Sanema-Yanoama, Caracas, Venezuela: Editorial Arte.

Becker, Hans

  • 1957 “Die Yanonámi: Ein Beitrag zur Frage der Völkergruppierung zwischen Rio Branco, Uraricuréra, Serra Parima und Rio Negro”. Völkerkundliche Mitteilungen (Vienna) 5: 13-20.
  • 1960 Die Surara und Pakidai: Zwei Yanomami-Stamme in Nordwest Brasilien, Hamburg, Germany: Mitteilunger aus dem Museum fur Volkerkunde.

Berwick, Dennison

  • 1992 Savages: The Life and Killing of the Yanomami, London, England: Hodder and Stoughton.

Biocca, Ettore

  • 1965 Yanoama: The Story of Helena Valero, a Girl Kidnapped by Amazonian Indians, New York, NY: Kodansha America (2nd edition 1996).
  • 1965 Yanoàma: da racconto di una donna rapita dagli Indi. Leonardo da Vinci, Bari..
  • 1971 Yanoáma: The narrative of a white girl kidnapped by amazonian indians. New York: E.P.Dutton & CO.
  • 1969a Viaggi tra gli Indi. Appunti di un biologo. 4 volumi. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Roma.
  • 1969b Mondo Yanoàma. De Donato Editore, Bari.

Booth, William

  • 1989 (March 3), “Warfare over the Yanomamo Indians,” Science 243:1138-1140.

Borofsky, Robert, ed.

Bower, B.

  • 1991, “Gauging the Winds of War: Anthropologists Seek the Roots of Human Conflict,” Science News 139:88-91.

Cappelleti, E.J.

  • 1994 (May), “Fighting the Common Enemy in the Amazon,” AAA Anthropology Newsletter 35:2.

Cajicuwa, Bautista Good, Kenneth Ritchie, Mark

  • 1997 New spirits for old. In Natural History 106 (2) pp. 46-47.

Castro, M.B., W.C Pfeiffer and Albert, B.

  • 1991 “Mercury levels in Yanomami Indians hair from Roraima-Brazil”, in: Heavy Metals in the Environment, J. G. Farmer ed. Edinburgh: CEP Consultants. pp. 367-370.

Carneiro da Cuna, M.M.

Chaffanjon, Jean

  • 1986 El Orinoco y el Caura, Caracas, Venezuela: Editorial Croquis.

Chagnon, Napoleon A. (Selected Works)

  • 1967 Yanomamö – the fierce people. In: Natural History. — New York, 1967. vol. LXXVII, no. 1, p. 22-31. illus. (part col.), map.
  • 1967 Yanomamö social organization and warfare. In: Natural History. — New York, 1967. vol. LXXVI, no. 10, p. 44-48. illus., map.
  • 1968a The feast. In: Natural History. — New York, 1968. vol. LXXVII, no. 4, p. [34]-41.
  • 1968b Yanomanö social organization and warfare. In: Fried, Morton [H]., Harris, Marvin & Murphy, Robert [F].: War; the anthropology of armed conflict and aggression. — Garden City, New York, 1968. p. 109-159.
  • 1968c Yanomamö: The Fierce People. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  • 1972 Tribal social organization and genetic microdifferentiation. In: Harrison, G. Ainsworth and Boyce, Anthony J., eds. Structure of human populations. — Oxford, [England] 1972 p. 252-82, illus.
  • 1973a Daily life among the Yanomamö. In: Romney, Antone Kimball and Paul L. Devore, eds. You and others. — Cambridge, Mass., [1973] p. 49-59.
  • 1973b The culture-ecology of shifting (pioneering) cultivation among the Yanomamö Indians. In: Gross, Daniel R., ed. Peoples and Cultures of Native South America. — Garden City, New York., 1973. pp. 126-144,
  • 1973c Yanomamö. In: Primitive Worlds. — Washington, D.C., National Geographic Society [1973] p. 140-183, map, illus. (col).
  • 1974 Studying the Yanomamo. Holt, Rinehart and Wiston, New York.
  • 1975a Genealogy, solidarity and relatedness : limits to local group size and patterns of fissioning in an expanding population. In: Yearbook of Physical Anthropology. 1975. — New York, 1975. vol. 19, pp. 95-110 : diagr., graphs., tables.
  • 1975b The influence of cultural factors on the demography and pattern of gene flow from the Makiritare to the Yanomama indians [by] Napoleon A. Chagnon, James V. Neel, Lowell Weitkamp, Henry Gershowitz and Manuel Ayres. In: Man and nature : studies in the evolution of the human species. — New York : Random House, c1975.
  • 1975c “I don’t see how you can write anything of value if you don’t offend someone,” Psychology Today 8:6-8.
  • 1976 Yanomamo, the true people. In: National Geographic Magazine. — Washington, D.C. v. 150, no. 2, 1976. p. 210-223: ill., map.
  • 1977a Yanomamö – the fierce people. In: Gould, Richard A. Man’s many ways. — New York: Harper & Row, c1977. p. 137-141.
  • 1977b Yanomamö warfare / Napoleon A. Chagnon. In: Anthropology full circle. — New York : Praeger, c1977. p. 358-363.
  • 1977c Yanomamo: The Fierce People. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  • 1979a Evolutionary Biology and Human Social Behavior. An Anthropological Perspective. Edited with William Irons. North Scituate, MA: Duxbury Press.
  • 1979b Is reproductive success equal in egalitarian societies? In: Evolutionary biology and human social behavior. — North Scituate, Ma. : Duxbury Press, 1979. p. 374-401, ill.
  • 1979c Kin selection and conflict : an analysis of a Yanomamö ax fight / Napoleon A. Chagnon and Paul E. Bugos, Jr. In: Evolutionary biology and human social behavior. — North Scituate, Ma. : Duxbury Press, 1979. p. 213-238, ill.
  • 1979d Mate competition, favoring close kin, and village fissioning among the Yanomamö Indians / Napoleon A. Chagnon In: Evolutionary biology and human social behavior. — North Scituate, Ma. : Duxbury Press, 1979. p. 86-132, ill.
  • 1979e Protein deficiency and tribal warfare in Amazonia : new data / Napoleon A. Chagnon and Raymond B. Hames. In: Science. — Washington, D.C. v. 203., no. 4383 1979 p. 910-913, tables.
  • 1979f Sex-ratio variation among the Yanomamö Indians / Napoleon A. Chagnon, Mark V. Flinn and Thomas F. Melancon. In: Evolutionary biology and human social behavior. — North Scituate, Ma. : Duxbury Press, 1979. p. 290-320, ill.
  • 1980a Highland New Guinea models in the South American lowlands In: Working papers on South American Indians. — Bennington, Vt.: Bennington College, no. 2, 1980. p. 111-130.
  • 1980b Kin-selection theory, kinship, marriage and fitness among the Yanomamö Indians / Napoleon A. Chagnon. In: AAAS selected symposium. — Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, v. 35, 1980. p. 545-571, ill.
  • 1981a Doing fieldwork among the Yanomamö / Napoleon A. Chagnon. In: Contemporary anthropology. — New York : A.A. Knopf, c1981. p. 11-24.
  • 1981b Terminological kinship, genealogical relatedness and village fissioning among the Yanomamö Indians. In R. D. Alexander & D. W. Tinkle (Eds.), Natural selection and social behavior (pp. 490-508). New York, NY: Chiron Press.
  • 1982a Anthropology and the nature of things / Napolean A. Chagnon.
  • 1982b Sociodemographic attributes of nepotism in tribal populations: man the rule-breaker / Napoleon A. Chagnon. In: Current problems in sociobiology. — Cambridge, Eng. : Cambridge University Press, 1982. p. 291-318.
  • 1983 Yanomamö: The fierce people. (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.
  • 1988 Life histories, blood revenge, and warfare in a tribal population. Science, 239, 985-992.
  • 1989a (April 7), “Yanomamo Survival,” Science 244:11.
  • 1989b (January), “Letter to the Editor in Reply to the Brazilian Anthropological Association,” AAA Anthropology Newsletter 30:3,24.
  • 1989c “Response to Ferguson,” American Ethnologist 16:565-570.
  • 1990 On Yanomamo violence: reply to Albert [comments on B Albert in Curr Anthrop 1989 (3O:5) 637-4O] Current anthropology. 31 pp 49-53.
  • 1992 Yanomamö: The last days of Eden. San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
  • 1993a (October 23), “Covering Up the Yanomamo Massacre,” New York Times Op Ed p. 13.
  • 1993b (October), “Anti-science and Native Rights: Genocide of the Yanomami,” Human Behavior and Evolution Society Newsletter II:1-4.
  • 1993c (December 23), “Killed by Kindness?,” The Times Literary Supplement No. 4734, pp. 11-12.
  • 1994 Yanomamo: the last days of Eden. Harcourt Brace Jovanich Publishersm San Diego, New York, London.
  • 1995 “L’ethnologie du deshonneur: Brief response to Lizot,” American Ethnologist 22:187-189.
  • 1996a “Chronic Problems in Understanding Tribal Violence and Warfare,” in Genetics of Criminal and Antisocial Behavior,” G.R. Boch and J.A. Goode, eds., New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 202-236.
  • 1996b “Book Review: Yanomami Warfare: A Political History, by R. brian Ferguson,” American Anthropologist 98:670-672.
  • 1997 Yanomamo, 5th ed. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich. 2012 The Yanomamo (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology), Sixth Edition. Wadsworth Publishing
  • 2013 Noble Savages: My Life Among Two Dangerous Tribes — the Yanomamo and the Anthropologists. Simon & Schuster.

Chagnon, N.; Bortoli, J.& Eguillor, M.I.

  • 1988 Una aplicación antropológica práctica entre los Yanomami: Colaboración entre misioneros y antropólogos.” La Iglesia en Amazonas, n0 42-43.

Chagnon, Napoleon A., and Charles Brewer-Carias

  • 1994 (September), “Response to Cappelletti and Turner,” AAA Anthropology Newsletter 35:2.

Chagnon, Napoleon A. and Paul E. Bugos, Jr.

Chagnon, N. A. and R.B. Hames

  • 1979 Protein Deficiency and Tribal Warfare in Amazonia: New Data.Science 203; 910-13.

Chagnon, Napoleon A. & W. Irons (Eds.)

  • Evolutionary biology and human social behaviour (pp. 213-249). North Scituate, MA: Duxbury Press.

Chernela, Janet M.

  • 1997 Yanomami Warfare: A Political History (Book Review). American Ethnologist 24 (1) Feb. pp. 227-229.
  • 1998 Death, memory, and language: New approaches to history in lowland South American anthropology. In: Latin American Research Review, vol. 33 número 1, págs. 167-192.

Chiappino, Jean and Catherine Ales, eds.

  • 1997 Del Microscopio a la Maraca, Caracas, Venezuela, Editorial Ex Libris.

Cristaldo, Janer

Cocco, Luis

  • 1972 Iyewei-Teri: Quince Anos entre los Yanomamos, Caracas, Venezuela: Libreria Editorial Salesiana. 1975 Parima, dove la terra non accoglie i norti. LAS, Roma.
  • 1979 “Protein Deficiency and Tribal Warfare in Amazonia: New Data”. Science 206: 1043-50.

Colchester, M.

  • 1982 The economy, ecology and ethnobiology of the Sanema Indians of South Venezuela. Dissertação de Doutorado. University of Oxford.

Colchester, Marcus, ed.

  • 1995 The Health and Survival of the Venezuelan Yanoama, Copenhagen, Denmark: IWGIA.

Cultural Survival

  • 1981 “Vaccination Project for the Yanomami”. In Cultural Survival News-letter, 5 (1): 4.

Diamond, Stanley

  • 1968, “War and the Dissociated Personality,” in War: The Anthropology of Armed COnflict and Aggression, Morton Fried, Marvin harris, and Robert Murphy, eds., Garden City, NY: Natural History Press, pp. 181-188.

Dimanawa, Cesar

  • 1990 (March), “Carta Abierta a Napoleon Chagnon,” La Iglesia en Amazonas, p. 20.

Dimanawa, Cesar

  • 1994 (February), “Carta Enviada por un Yanomami a N.A. Chagnon,” La Iglesia en Amazonas, p. 19.

Donner, Florinda

  • 1982 Shabono, New York, NY: Dell Publishing Co.

Dyer, Elizabeth A.

  • 2006, “Chagnon, Napoleon (1938-),” in Encyclopedia of Anthropology, H. James Birx, ed., Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2:477-478.

Early, John D. and John F. Peters

  • 2000 The Xilixana Yanomami of the Amazon: History, Social Structure, and Population Dynamics, Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press.

Equipe da Missão Catrimani

  • 1988 “O crepúsculo do povo Yanomami: sobrevivência ou genocídio?” Boletim N. 13, CIDR, Boa Vista.

Eusebi, L.

  • 1991 A barriga morreu: o genocídio dos Yanomami. Edições Loyola, São Paulo.

Fluehr-Lobban, Carolyn

  • 2003, “Darkness in El Dorado: Research Ethics, Then and Now,” in Ethics and the Profession of Anthropology: Dialogue for Ethically Conscious Practice, Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban, ed., Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press, pp. 85-106.

Fischer, Michael M.J.

  • 2003, “In the Science Zone: The Yanomami and the Fight for Representation,” in his Emergent Forms of Life and the Anthropological Voice, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 371-392.

Ferguson, R. Brian

  • 1989, “Do Yanomamo Killers Have More Kids?” American Ethnologist 16:564-565.
  • 1995a “The Yanomamo and Anthropologists: 1960-1966,” in his Yanomami Warfare: A Political History, Santa Fe, NM: School for American Research Press, Ch. 13, pp. 277-306.
  • 1995b Yanomami Warfare: A Political History, Santa Fe, NM: School for American research.
  • 2001 Materialist, cultural and biological theories on why Yanomami make war. Anthropological Theory 1(1):99-116.
  • 2001 10,000 Years of Tribal Warfare: History, Science, Ideology and “The State of Nature” The Journal of the International Institute, 8(3), Spring/Summer 2001

Fernando Coronil, et al.

  • 2001, “The Production of Knowledge & Indigenous Peoples,” The Journal of the International Institute 9(1):6-7, 26-27.

Fine-Dare, K S

  • 1998 The Yanomami and their interpreters: Fierce people or fierce interpreters?. Choice Middletown.

Finkers, Juan

  • 1994 (December), “Aclaraciones al Sr. Chagnon,” La Iglesia en Amazonas, pp. 7-10.

Fischer, Michael M.J.

  • 2001 (August), “In the Science Zone: The Yanomami and the Fight for Representation,” Anthropology Today 17(4):9-14.
  • 2001 (August), “In the Science Zone: The Yanomami and the Fight for Representation,” Anthropology Today 17(4):9-14.

Fox, Robin

  • 1994 (March), “Evil Wrought in the Name of Good,” AAA Anthropology Newsletter 35:2.

Francia, G

  • 1990 Una finestra sull’Amazzonia: gli Indios Yanomami. EMI: Bologna.

Fredlund, E. V.

  • 1985 The use and abuse of kinship when classifying marriages: A Shitari Yanomamö case study. Northwestern University Symposium: Human sociobiology: New research and theory (1981, Evanston, Illinois). Ethology & Sociobiology, 6(1), 17-25.

Garcia, Maria Isabel Eguillor

  • 1984 Yopo, Shamanes y Hekura: Aspectos Fenomenologicos del Mundo Sagrado Yanomami, Puerto Ayachucho, Venezuela: Editorial Salesiana.

Geertz, Clifford

Gheerbrandt, Alain

  • 1953 L’expedicion Orenoque-Amazone, 1948-1950, Paris, France: Gallimard.
  • 1954 Journey into the Far Amazon, New York, NY: Simon and Schuster.

Good, Kenneth R.

  • 1989 Yanomami Hunting Patterns: Trekking and garden relocation as an adaptation to game availability in Amazonia, Venezuela. A dissertation presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. University of Florida.
  • 1991 Into the Heart, New York, NY: Prentice-Hall.
  • 1997 “Amazon grace”. In Natural History 106 (2) pp. 44-45.

Good, Kenneth & Chanoff, David

  • 1991 Dentro do Coração: Uma viagem inesquecível pela cultura ianomami e pelos caminhos do amor. São Paulo: Editora Best Seller.

Hames, R. B.

  • 1979 “A Comparison of the Efficiencies of the Shotgun and the Bow in Neotropical Forest Hunting”. Human Ecology 7 (3): 219-54.
  • 1980 “Game depletion and hunting zone rotation among the Ye’kwana and Yanomamo of Amazonas, Venezuela”. In Working Papers on South American Indians, 2: 31-66. R Hames, ed. Bennington College, Bennington, VT.
  • 1997 “Sanuma Memories: Yanomami Ethnography in a Time of Crisis”. In Human Ecology 25 (2): 361-364.

Hammersley, Martyn

  • 1990, Reading Ethnographic Research: A Critical Guide, New York, NY: Longman.

Harris, Marvin

  • 1984 “A Cultural Materialist Theory of Band and Village Warfare: The Yanomamo Test,” in Warfare, Culture, and Environment, R. Brian Ferguson, ed., New York, NY: Academic Press, pp. 111-140 (includes letters to editor of Science by Kenneth Good and Jacques Lizot).

Heider, Karl G.

  • 1988 “The Rashomon Effect: When Ethnographers Disagree,” Amercian Anthropologist 90:73-81.

Heinen, H.D., and B. Illuis

  • 1996, “The Last Days of Eden: A Review Essay on Yanomami Warfare,” Anthropos 91:552-560.

Helbig, J. W., Iten, O. e Schiltknecht, J.

  • 1989 Yanomami: Indianer Brasiliens im Kampf ums Uberlen. Pinguin-Verlag, Innsbuck.

Horgan, John

  • 1988 (March), “The Violent Yanomamo,” Scientific American 258:17-18.

Hume, Douglas William

Hurtado, Magdalena, Kim Hill, Hillard Kaplan, and Jane Lancaster

  • 2001 (June) The Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases among South American Indians: A Call for Guidelines for Ethical Research,” Current Anthropology 42(3):425-432.

Irons, William

  • 2004, “Chagnon, Napoleon A.,” in Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Vered Amit, ed., New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 88-89.

Jank, Margaret

  • 1977 Culture Shock, Chicago, IL: Moody.

Koch-Grunberg, Theodor and Vom Roraima Zum Orinoco

  • 1923 Vol. 3 Ethnographie, Stuttgart, Germany: Strecker and Schroder.

Kopenawa Yanomami, Davi

  • 1989, “Letter to All the Peoples of the Earth,” Cultural Survival Quarterly 13:68-69.
  • 1994, “Address to the United Nations: Yanomami (Brazil),” in Voice of Indigenous Peoples, A. Ewen, ed., Santa Fe, NM: Clear Light Publishers, pp. 108-111.

Landes, S., et al.

  • 1976, “Time Criticized for Yanomamo Characterization,” AAA Anthropology newsletter 17:28.

Lizot, Jacques

  • 1971 “Aspects économique et sociaux du changement culturel chez les Yanomami”. L’Homme 11:32-51.
  • 1975a Diccionario Yanomami-Español. Caracas: Universidad Central de Venezuela, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, División de Publicaciones.
  • 1975b El hombre de la Pantorilla Preñada y Otros Mitos Yanomami. Fundación La Salle de Ciencias Naturales: Caracas.
  • 1976a “The Yanomami in the face of ethnocide”. IWGIA Document No. 22. International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, Copenhagen.
  • 1976b La Cercle des Feux: Faits et dits des Indiens Yanomami, Paris, France: Editions du Seuil.
  • 1977a “Population, resources, et guerre chez les Yanomami”. In Libre: 111-145, (2).
  • 1977b “Population, Resources, and Warfare among the Yanomami”. Man 12:497-517.
  • 1985 Tales of the Yanomami: Daily Life in the Venezuelan Forest. University Press, Cambridge.
  • 1988a [1976] O Círculo dos Fogos: Feitos e ditos dos índios Yanomami. São Paulo: Martins Fontes.
  • 1988b Los Yanomami. In Coppens, Walter (editor general). Los Aborigenes de Venezuela. Caracas: Fundação La Salle de Ciencias Naturales, Instituto Caribe de Antropología y Sociología, Monte Avila Editores, C.A.
  • 1989 (April), “Sobre la Guerra: Una Respuesta a N.A. Chagnon (Science 1988),” La Iglesia en Amazonas,” pp. 23-34.
  • 1993 (December 13), “Napoleon A. Chagnon— A Counterfeit President,” unpublished letter.
  • 1994, “Of Warfare: An Answer to N.A. Chagnon,” American Ethnologist 21:845-862.
  • 1994, “N.A. Chagnon, o sea: Un Presidente Falsificador,” La Iglesia en Amazonas p. 14.
  • 1996, “Introduction: Two Irreconcilable Worlds,” in Yanoama: The Story of Helena Valero, a Girl Kidnapped by Amazonian Indians, Ettore Biocca, New York, NY: Kodansha International, pp. xvii-xxvi.

Mann, Charles C.

Migliazza, E.

  • 1967 “Grupos Lingüísticas del Territorio Federal de Roraima”. Vol. 2 (Antropologia), 153-173.
  • 1972 Yanomama Grammar and Intelligibility. Tese de doutorado. Universidade de Indiana.

Milliken, W. and B. Albert

  • 1996 “The use of medicinal plants by theYanomami Indians of Brazil”, Economic Botany 50 (1):10-25.
  • 1997a “The use of medicinal plants by theYanomami Indians of Brazil. Part II”, Economic Botany, 51 (3) : 264-278.
  • 1997b “The construction of a new Yanomami round-house”, Journal of Ethnobiology, 17 (2) : 215-233.

Milliken, W., B. Albert, and G. Goodwin Gomez

  • s.d. Plants and the Yanomami: Ethnobotany of na Amazonian People. Mimeo.
  • 1999 Yanomami : A Forest People. Advances in Amazonian Ethnobotany. Kew : Royal Botanical Garden.

Monaghan, P.

  • 1994 (October 26), “Bitter Warfare in Anthropology,” The Chronicle of Higher Education XLI: section A, pp. 11, 18-19.

Montgomery, Elizabeth

  • 1970 With the Shiriana in Brazil, Dubuque, IO: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Neel, James V.

Neel, James V. and William J. Schull (Editor)

  • 1991 The Children of Atomic Bomb Survivors : A Genetic Study

Morton, Newton E.

Nicastro, Nicholas

  • 2000 “Why I Am Not a Cultural Anthropologist” The Bookpress: The Newspaper of the Literary Arts. Volume 10, Number 9 (December 2000)

Nugent, Stephen

  • 2001 Anthropology and Public Culture: The Yanomami, Science and Ethics. Anthropology Today. 17(3):10-14. (June, 2001)
  • 2003 “The Yanomami: Anthropological Discourse and Ethics,” in The Ethics of Anthropology: Debates and Dilemmas, Pat Caplan, ed., New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 77-95.

O’Connor, Geoffrey

  • 1997 Amazon Journal: Dispatches from a Vanishing Frontier, New York, NY: E.P. Dutton.

Pels, Peter

  • 2005 “Where There Aren’t No Ten Commandments”: Redefining Ethics during the Darkness in El Dorado Scandal,” in Embedding Ethics: You Are in the Embrace of History, Lynn Meskell and Peter Pels, New York, NY: Berg, pp. 69-99.

Pereira, CB, Barrancos, J.M., Riesinger, A, Riesinger, A.S.

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