ETHNONYMS: Guaymí, Move, Movere, Ngäbe, Ngawbére, Ngóbe

See also Bugle


Bort, John R., and Philip D. Young (1982). "New Roles for Males in Guaymí Society." In Sex Roles and Social Change in Native Lower Central American Societies, edited by Christine A. Loveland and Franklin O. Loveland, 88-102. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Bort, John R., and Philip D. Young (1985). "Economic and Political Adaptations to National Development among the Guaym i ." Anthropological Quarterly 58(1): 1-12.

Bourgois, Philippe I. (1985). Ethnic Diversity on a Corporate Plantation: Guaymí Labor on a United Brands Subsidiary in Bocas del Toro, Panama, and Talamanca, Costa Rica. Cultural Survival Occasional Papers, no. 19. Cambridge, Mass.: Cultural Survival.

Bourgois, Philippe I. (1989). Ethnicity at Work: Divided Labor on a Central American Banana Plantation. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Gjording, Chris N. (1991). Conditions Not of Their Choosing: The Guaymí Indians and Mining Multinationals in Panama. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.

Johnson, Frederick (1948). "Caribbean Lowland Tribes: The Talamanca Division." In Handbook of South American Indians, edited by Julian H. Steward, Vol. 4, The Circum-Caribbean Tribes, 231-252. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 143. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.

Sarsanedas, Jorge (1978). Tierra para el guaym√≠: La expoliaci√≥n de las tierras guaym√≠es en Chiriqu√≠. Serie El Indio Paname√Īo, no. 3. Panama City: Centro de Capacitaci√≥n Social.

S√©ptimo, Roger A., and Luz Graciela Joly (1986). Kug√ľe kira nie ng√§bere (Guaym√≠ ethnohistory). Asociaci√≥n Paname√Īa de Antropolog√≠a. David, Chiriqu√≠, Rep√ļblica de Panam√°: Multi-Mipresos.

Torres de Ara√ļz, Reina (1980). "Guaym√≠es (Movere)." In Panam√° ind√≠gena, 215-268. Panama City: Instituto Nacional de Cultura, Patrimonio Hist√≥rico.

Ufeldre, Fray Adri√°n de (1682). "Conquista de la provincia del guaym i ." In Tesoros verdaderos de las Indias, edited by Fray Juan Melendez. Vol. 3, Book 1, Chapter 1. Rome: N. A. Tunassio.

Young, Philip D. (1970). "A Structural Model of Ngawbe Marriage." Ethnology 9: 85-95.

Young, Philip D. (1971). Ngawbe: Tradition and Change among the Western Guaymí of Panama. Illinois Studies in Anthropology, no. 7. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Young, Philip D. (1975). "Guaymí Nativism: Its Rise and Demise." Proceedings of the XLl International Congress of Americanists. Vol. 3, 93-101. Mexico City.

Young, Philip D. (1976). "The Expression of Harmony and Discord in a Guaymí Ritual: The Symbolic Meaning of Some Aspects of the Balsería." In Frontier Adaptations in Lower Central America, edited by Mary Helms and Frank Loveland, 37-53. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of Human Issues.

Young, Philip D. (1978a). "La trayectoria de una religión: El Movimiento de Mama Chi entre los guaymíes y sus consecuencias sociales." La Antigua (Panama: Universidad Santa María La Antigua) 11:45-75.

Young, Philip D. (1978b). "Los rituales guaymíes: Perspectivas simbólicos y culturales." Revista Patrimonio Histórico 2(1): 7-38. Panama City: Instituto Nacional de Cultura, Dirección Nacional del Patrimonio Histórico.

Young, Philip D. (1980a). "Mara√Īon: A Report of Ethnographic Research among the Bocas Guaym√≠." In Adaptive Radiations in Prehistoric Panama, edited by Olga F. Linares and Anthony J. Ranere, 491-498. Peabody Museum Monographs, no. 5. Cambridge, Mass.

Young, Philip D. (1980b). "Notes on Guaymí Traditional Culture." In Adaptive Radiations in Prehistoric Panama, edited by Olga F. Linares and Anthony J. Ranere, 224-232. Peabody Museum Monographs, no. 5. Cambridge, Mass.

Young, Philip D. (1985). "Guaymí Socionatural Adaptations." In The Botany and Natural History of Panama/La Botánica e Historia Natural de Panamá, edited by W. G. D'Arcy and Mireya D. Correa A., 357-365. St. Louis: Missouri Botanical Garden.

Young, Philip D., and John R. Bort (1976). "Edabali: The Ritual Sibling Relationship among the Western Guaymí." In Ritual and Symbol in Native Central America, edited by Philip D. Young and James Howe, 77-90. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers, no. 9. Eugene: University of Oregon Press.

Young, Philip D., and John R. Bort (1979). "The Politicization of the Guaymí." Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society 11(1): 73-110.


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