Index
Activism, 19–20, 117; anti-logging, 101–2,
282–83, 288–91, 320–21n.9; environmental,
98–99;environmentalknowledgeand,109–
11, 114–15; grassroots, 18, 21; old growth,
115–16; in Papua New Guinea, 261–63, 268;
by rural people, 19–20
Actor network theory, 38–39n.39
Adang Biosphere Reserve, 306
Adet, 313–14
Advocacy, 195, 196
Afek, 177–78
Agency: grassroots, 18, 21, 22, 26; human,
328–30
Agrarian Reform Law, 142
Agriculture, 21, 58, 77, 213, 327; augury in,
47–51, 67nn.5–6; in Bali, 330–42, 356n.6,
356nn.8–11; Kantu’, 45, 68n.18; Kekchi
Maya, 154–56, 157, 160–61; in rain forest,
152–53; subsistence, 56–57, 158, 209–10,
213, 240
Agroforestry system, 217
Aiyo Anginape, 259
Alienation, 190n.10; of property, 180, 181,
182
Amazon, 231n.11; colonization of, 197–98,
204–5; development projects in, 208–10;
environmentalism and, 195, 196; self-
development in, 225–26
Animals, Urapmin views of, 176–77
Anthropology, 19, 25, 27, 65, 68n.16, 32
ecological, 43–45, 47, 325–26; repatria
55–56
anti-logging campaigns, Penan, 18, 21, 3
40n.24, 281–83, 305–6, 314–16, 318, 32
21n.9, 321n.14
Aquarium, regime of the, 30, 70, 72, 73
Archaeologyat Bali water temple, 343–5
356nn.8–9
Article 27, 130, 131, 142
Ashéninka, 18, 20, 32, 215, 229n.1, 230n.
230–31n.10; colonization and, 204–7;
tract labor, 209–10; cosmologyof, 219
223–24, 232n.21; Evangelical missions
210–11; Gran Pajonal and, 199–200, 2
230n.3; land titling, 213–14, 217–18; la
use, 216–17, 232n.24; political agency
197–98, 228; population decline of, 20
state politics and, 198–99, 211–12; paj
usd by, 202–4
Ashéninka Army (El Ejército Ashéninka)
Asian Development Bank, 333
Atahualpa, Juan Santos, 205
Augury, 30, 63, 67n.8; agricultural, 47–5
67n.6, 67nn.9–10; birds used in, 67nn
Australia, 234, 291
Avila Camacho, Manuel, 133
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