Richard J. Chacon

Richard J. Chacon is an assistant professor of anthropology at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He has conducted extensive ethnographic fieldwork among the indigenous peoples of Venezuela, Peru, and Ecuador.
Latin American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence Latin American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence
Latin American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence

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North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence
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