Introduction : Images of Public Wealth / Fernando Santos-Granero -- Part I. Health, Vitality, Euphoria. Chapter 1. Its Ear-y and Euphoric: Amazonian Music and the Performance of Public Wealth among the Suya/Kisedje / Anthony Seeger -- Chapter 2. BioPolitics of Health as Wealth in the Original Risk Society / Beth Conklin -- Chapter 3. Public Wealth and the Yanesha Struggle for Vitality / Fernando Santos-Granero -- Part II. Land, Money, Care. Chapter 4. Amazonian Kichwa Leadership: The Circulation of Wealth and the Ambiguities of Mediation / Maria A. Guzman-Gallegos -- Chapter 5. "It Makes Me Sad When They Say We Are Poor, We Are Rich!" : Of Wealth and Public Wealth(s) in Indigenous Amazonia / Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti -- Chapter 6. Divine Banknote: The Translation of Project Money into Public Wealth / Giovanna Micarelli -- Part III. Living Well. Chapter 7. Clashing Concepts of the "Good Life" : Beauty, Knowledge, and Vision versus National Wealth in Amazonian Ecuador / Norman E. Whitten, Jr. and Dorothea Scott Whitten.
"This book explores local notions of public wealth in indigenous Amazonia, placing particular importance in how indigenous views of wealth are linked to the creation of strong, productive, and moral individuals and collectivities, providing thought-provoking new approaches to understanding wealth in non-capitalist, kin-based societies"--Provided by publisher..