Bibliography

JEROME LEVI — Sociology and Anthropology

Books

Editor. The Anthropology of Dialectical Observations: Essays by and in Honor of David Maybury-Lewis. (Special Edition of Anthropological Quarterly, 82 (4), 2009.)

With Barthomew Dean, co-editor. At the Risk of Being Heard: Identity, Indigenous Rights, and Postcolonial States. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2003. 

 Articles

With Elizabeth Durham "Indigeneity and Global Citizenship" in Indigenous Education: Language, Culture and Identity by W. James Jacob, Sheng You Cheng, Maureen K. Porter, Editors. Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. 2015.

"John Kennedy and the Tarahumara" Anales de Antropología. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas, UNAM Vol. 47-II (2013), 163-171.

"Chicomoztoc: Cuevas, Agricultura, y el Número Siete - Siguiendo un Hilo Cosmogónico desde Mesoamérica al Suroeste de Estados Unidos, a través de la Sierra Tarahumara." ("Chicomoztoc: Caves, Agriculture, and the Number Seven - Following a Cosmogonic Thread from Mesoamerica to the Southwest through the Sierra Tarahumara.") In Hilando al Norte: Nudos, Redes, Vestidos, Textiles. Edited by Arturo Gutiérrez del Ángel. Mexico: El Colegio de San Luis. 2013.

With Biorn Maybury-Lewis "Becoming Indigenous: Identity and Heterogeneity in a Global Movement." In   Indigenous Peoples, Poverty, and Development, Harry Patrinos and Gillette Hall, Editors. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2012.

"From Mato Grosso to Millennium: An Introduction to the Anthropology of Dialectical Observations." Anthropological Quarterly 82(4): 875-889, 2009.

"Structuralism and Kabbalah: Sciences of Mysticism or Mystifications of Science." Anthropological Quarterly 82(4):929-984, 2009.

"Symbols." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. William Darity, Editor. Vol. 8, Pp. 249-253. New York: Macmillan Co, 2007.

"Ethnology: Middle America." In: Handbook of Latin American Studies: No. 61, Social Sciences. Tracy North, acting editor for the social sciences. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2006: 61-81.

"Tarahumara Shamanism (Mexico)." In: Mariko N. Walter and Eva J. N. Fridman, editors. Shamanism: An Encyclopedia of World Beliefs, Practices, and Culture, Vol. 1. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2004: 453-461.

With Kalman Applbaum, "Fluid Signs of Commodity Fetishism: The Cosmologies of Coca-Cola and Tesguino." Anthopological Perpsectives on Economic Development and Integration. Research in Economic Anthropology; 2003, 22: 283-298.

With Bartholomew Dean, "Introduction." In: Bartholomew Dean and Jerome M. Levi, editors. At the Risk of Being Heard: Identity, Indigenous Rights, and Postcolonial States. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2003: 1-44.

"Indigenous Rights and Representations in Northern Mexico: The Diverse Contexts of Rarámuri Voice and Silence." In: Bartholomew Dean and Jerome M. Levi, editors. At the Risk of Being Heard: Identity, Indigenous Rights, and Postcolonial States. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2003: 255-292.

"A New Dawn or a Cycle Restored? Regional Dynamics and Cultural Politics in Indigenous Mexico, 1978-2001." In: David Maybury-Lewis, editor. The Politics of Ethnicity: Indigenous Peoples in Latin American States, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2002: 3-49.

"Tarahumara (Rarámuri)." In: David Carrasco, editor-in-chief. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, Vol. 3. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001: 183-185.

"The Embodiment of a Working Identity: Power and Process in Rarámuri Ritual Healing." In: Clifford Trafzer and Diane Weiner, editors. Medicine Ways: Native American Health, Disease, and Death. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press, 2001: 134-162.

"La flecha y la cobija. Codificación de la identidad y resistencia en la cultura material rarámuri." In: Claudia Molinari and Eugeni Porras, editors. Identidad y cultura en la sierra tarahumara. Chihuahua, Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Anthropología e Historia, 2001: 127-153.

"Hidden Transcripts Among the Rarámuri: Culture, Resistance, and Interethnic Relations in Northern Mexico." American Ethnologist, 1999, 26: 90-113.

"The Embodiment of a Working Identity: Power and Process in Rarámuri Ritual Healing." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 1999, 23: 13-46.

"The Bow and the Blanket: Religion, Identity, and Resistance in Rarámuri Material Culture. Journal of Anthropological Research; 1998, 54: 299-324.

"Commoditizing the Vessels of Identity: Transnational Trade and the Reconstruction of Rarámuri Ethnicity." Museum Anthropology, 1992, 16: 7-24.

"The Social Ecology of Ethnic Differentiation in the Sierra Tarahumara and Chiapas Highlands." In: V. R. Bricker and G. H. Gossen, editors. Ethnographic Encounters in Southern Mesoamerica: Essays in Honor of Evon Zartman Vogt, Jr. Studies on Culture and Society, Vol. 3. Albany, NY: Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, The University at Albany, State University of New York, 1989.

"Myth and History Reconsidered: Archaeological Implications of Tzotzil-Maya Mythology." American Antiquity, 1988, 53: 605-619.

"A Preliminary Report in Two Parts. Part I: Hopi and Navajo: A Century of Caricatures. Part II: Navajo Relocation: The Issue is Religion Not Real Estate." Congressional Records, Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, 97th Congress of the US, First Session, 1981.

"Cover Testimony for Twenty-one Traditional Navajo Religious Leaders on the Impact of Public Law 93-531." Congressional Records, Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, 97th Congress of the US, First Session, 1981.

"The Subtler Shades of the Black, the Red, and the White." Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 1980, 2: 293-298.

"Wii'ipay—The Living Rocks: Ethnographic Notes on Crystal Magic Among Some California Yumans." Journal of California Anthropology, 1978, 5: 42-52. 

Reviews

American Ethnologist; American Indian Culture and Research Journal; Cultural Survival Quarterly; Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs; Man; Museum Anthropology; Research in Economic Anthropology.