Resistance in an Amazonian Community: Huaorani Organizing against the Global Economy

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

It is of course a cliché to state that a book or other large undertaking “would not have been possible without the support of …” But like many clichés, it is often repeated precisely because of its fundamental underlying truth. While this work is a product of my years of research, it is also very much a product of ongoing conversations with my colleagues, friends, family, and students. At their best, these conversations have stimulated my thinking, challenging me to continually rethink what I thought were settled ideas and arguments.

I would like to thank my academic colleagues in the U.S.: Thomas Patterson, Anthony Ranere, Elmer Miller, Kathy Walker, Kenneth Kensinger, and Terry Turner, as well as the late Peter Rigby. In Ecuador, where I received invaluable assistance as well as moral support from FLACSO in Quito, I would like to thank Flica Barclay and Francisco Carrion of FLACSO, Andy Drumm, Javier Grijalva, Delaney Kellon, and Leonardo Viteri. I am also grateful to my friends Mark DeBevoise and John Caroulis who read and commented on previous versions of this work.

The people at Berghahn Books have been wonderful to work with, including Marion Berghahn, Maria Reyes, and Jaime Taber, a truly amazing copy editor who has made me sound better than I deserve.

Next come thanks to my family, who have had to put up with the entire process: my wife, Wanda Otero-Ziegler, who as usual has exhibited patience and support above and beyond the call; my daughter Rosa Jacqueline Faith Ziegler, who has seemingly grown

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - History and Background 25
  • Chapter 2 - Onhae 75
  • Chapter 3 - Practice and Praxis 105
  • Chapter 4 - Toward an Organizational Evaluation 142
  • Chapter 5 - Conclusion 157
  • Works Cited 166
  • Index 174
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