this e xcept for the dance of the "Chocoi" India
ns of the interior
in 1924, a year before, when the women painted his body. In the thick of struggle where men blend in common cause, mimesis and alterity are brought to a fine intertwinement. The alternating current flows smooth and fast, along with the paddles of the fastmoving war canoes. We can just about see him in t
ight-time attack, concealed among the Indians he is leading. There seems, in our imaginations at least, to be a flurry of feathers and the glistening of war paint-then suddenly we haul back before a photograph of Cuna Indians from that time, for instance aboard the USS Cleveland. What is this "Indian
he Indian women, placed nicely in the center with their elaborate molas and nose-rings, carry the burden of tradition, like the U.S. sailors, the Indian men are dressed altogether differently. They are wearing Western-style long pa
Want to get more students interested in your department? The Edit Studio can create a stunning video for prospective students. Our team of photo and video experts can come to your lab, shoot your latest achievements and edit the material into an eye-catching piece that's sure to draw in many a new student.
-the standard attire then and now for a well-dressed Cuna man. When Marsh first reached the San Bias coast and met Chief Ina Pagina, the latter was wearing a white shirt and trousers. Others state that Cuna men were wearing pants and shirts from
A well designed web space gives prospective students and their parents the great first impression your department is seeking. Let the Edit Studio design a site that is sure to wow them. Sure you have all the programmers you need, but what about a professional web designer? The Edit Studio can create one page or an entire site based on your specs and content. We even have a professional programming consultant to make sure your site is at the top of any search engine list.
We Laminate.val official Armando Reclus, who visited some Cunas along the Paya River in the late 1870s, said that almost all the men wore trousers and a cotto
n shirt of U.S. make, and elaborated at some length that the visitor who expected in the midst of these wilds to encounter In
dians in feathers, as they were at the time of the European Conquest of the Americas, would here suffer terrible disenchantment. Was this get-up in European trousers and shirt (perhaps with tie) Mr. Marsh's disguise, crouching in his war canoe mimicking an Indian mimicking a white man? Or was he perhaps dressed in drag, not mimicking the men but the women-the overwhelmingly dominant referent of "Indian dre
ss"-inste Any size. We can mount your artwork or photo in the frame of your choice. Matted or straight. A professional framing job makes all the difference.
ad? We shall never know. All we know is that finally, for two glorious moments, mimesis and alterity melted into each other in the attack "led" by Mr. Marsh on the "negroes" of the Panamanian government. For now he was a white Indian himself! In these mimetic worlds things connect with their invisible counterparts by virtue of the womb. Rendering copying synonymous with reproduction, this organ ensures that mimesis fuses as
a male secret with origins and, as we shall later se and see how we can help you.
e, with history as well. Mr. Charles S