David Maybury-Lewis

David Maybury-Lewis was Edward C. Henderson Professor of Anthropology at Harvard University and founder and president of Cultural Survival, an organization that defends indigenous rights.

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Cover: Dialectical Societies: The Ge and Bororo of Central BrazilDialectical Societies: The Ge and Bororo of Central BrazilMaybury-Lewis, DavidE-DITION12/14/1979$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Manifest Destinies and Indigenous PeoplesManifest Destinies and Indigenous PeoplesMaybury-Lewis, David
Macdonald, Theodore
Maybury-Lewis, Biorn
PAPERBACK05/31/2009$29.95
Cover: The Politics of Ethnicity: Indigenous Peoples in Latin American StatesThe Politics of Ethnicity: Indigenous Peoples in Latin American StatesMaybury-Lewis, DavidPAPERBACK01/30/2003$24.95
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