Emanuele Fabiano


Biography

Emanuele Fabiano holds a PhD in anthropology and ethnology from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris. Currently, he is a member of the ECO project. He is also a member of the Laboratory of Social Anthropology (LAS), of the "Contemporary Indigenous Amazonian Research Group: Interethnic Relations, Languages and History" of the Riva-Agüero Institute of the PUCP, and of the "Amazonian Anthropology Group" (GAA-PUCP). In his research, he has analyzed the techniques of construction of the person (human and non-human) and their implications in the processes of social reproduction among the Urarina of the Peruvian Amazon. He has investigated the anthropological, political and social effects of extractivist processes and their implications at the ritual and cosmological levels.


Latest Publications

Book

Fabiano, Emanuele; Burnley, Graeme; Nuribe Arahuata, Samuel (2022), Inuaelü nenakaaürüte karitiin nereretaaüre. Ninichu kuruuaje nenakaaürü Urarinaaürü nereretaau / Los antiguos me contaron. Mitos y cuentos urarinas del bajo Chambira.. Lima: CAAAP / IIAP / St. Andrews

Book

Fabiano, Emanuele; Burnley, Graeme; Nuribe Arahuata, Samuel (2022), Inuaelü nenakaaürüte karitiin nereretaaüre. Ninichu kuruuaje nenakaaürü Urarinaaürü nereretaau / The ancestors told me. Urarina myths and stories from the lower Chambira.. Lima: CAAAP / IIAP / St. Andrews

Book Chapter

Fabiano, Emanuele (2022), «Las enfermedades son espíritus modernos que aprenden en la ciudad»: representación urarina de la enfermedad infecciosa del sarampión, in Espinosa, Oscar; Fabiano, Emanuele (org.), Las enfermedades que llegan de lejos. Los pueblos amazónicos del Perú frente a las epidemias del pasado y a la COVID-19. Lima: Fondo Editorial PUCP, 195-205

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