Darrell A. Posey - Selected Writings - Papers and Book Chapters

Papers and Book Chapters

  • Posey, D. A. (1976). Entomological considerations in Southeastern aboriginal demography. Ethnohistory, 23(2), 147-160.
  • Posey, D. A. (1977). An ethnoentomological perspective of the Southeastern Indian belief system. Human Mosaic, 11(1), 1-10.
  • Posey, D. A. (1978). Ethnoentomological survey of Amerind groups in lowland Latin America. The Florida Entomologist, 61(4), 225-229.
  • Posey, D. A. (1978). Freejack lore and anomaly: a study of the Fifth Ward Settlement of southeastern Louisiana. Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers, 52, 66-71.
  • Posey, D. A., Kerr, W. E., & Wolter Filho, W. (1978). Cupá, ou cipó-babão, alimento de alguns índios amazônicos. Acta Amazonica, 8(4), 702-705.
  • Posey, D. A. (1979). Cisão dos Kayapó não impede crescimento populacional. Revista de Atualidade Indígena, 16(16), 52-58.
  • Posey, D. A. (1979). Kayapo controla inseto com uso adequado do ambiente. Revista de Atualidade Indígena, 14, 47-58.
  • Posey, D. A. (1979). Origin, development and maintenance of a Louisiana mixed-blood community: the ethnohistory of the Freejacks of the First Ward Settlement Journal of Ethnohistory, 26(2), 177-192.
  • Posey, D. A. (1979). Pyka-tô-ti: Kayapó mostra a sua aldeia de origem. Revista de Atualidade Indígena, 3(14), 50-57.
  • Posey, D. A. (1979). Social name and mixed-blood places: the Freejacks of the Fifth Ward Settlement. The Florida Anthropologist, 32(1), 8-16.
  • Posey, D. A. (1979). The anthropologist and the Big Lips. The Rainbow, 103(3), 20-23.
  • Posey, D. A. (1980). Algumas observaciones ethnoentomológicas sobre grupos Amerindos en la América Latina. América Indígena, 15(1), 105-120.
  • Posey, D. A. (1981). Apicultura popular dos Kayapó. Revista de Atualidade Indígena, 20(1), 36-41.
  • Posey, D. A. (1981). Ethnoentomology of the Kayapó Indians of central Brazil: wasps, warriors and fearless men. Journal of Ethnobiology, 1(1), 165-174.
  • Posey, D. A. (1981). Language variation and ethnicity in an American tri-racial group. In S. Lander & K. Reah (Eds.), Aspects of Linguistic Variation: Proceedings of the Conference on Language Varieties (pp. 1–10). Sheffield, England: Centre for English Cultural Tradition and Language, University of Sheffield.
  • Posey, D. A. (1981). The Kayapó origin of night. Journal of Latin American Indian Literatures, 5(2), 59-63.
  • Posey, D. A. (1982). Keepers of the forest. New York Botanical Garden Magazine, 6(1), 18-24.
  • Posey, D. A. (1982). Nomadic agriculture in the Amazon. New York Botanical Garden Magazine, 6(1), 18-24.
  • Posey, D. A. (1982). The importance of bees to Kayapó Indians of the Brazilian Amazon. The Florida Entomologist, 65(4), 452-458.
  • Posey, D. A. (1982). The journey of a Kayapó shaman. Journal of Latin American Indian Literatures, 6(3), 13-19.
  • Posey, D. A. (1982). The Kayapó of the Brazilian Amazon. Carnegie Magazine (Carnegie Institute), 61(4), 18-23.
  • Posey, D. A. (1982). Time, space and the interface of divergent cultures: the Kayapó Indians face the future. Revista Brasileira de Antropologia, 25, 89-104.
  • Posey, D. A. (1983). Ethnomethodology as an emic guide to cultural systems: the case of the insects and the Kayapó Indians of Amazônia. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, 1(3), 135-144.
  • Posey, D. A. (1983). Folk apiculture of the Kayapó Indians of Brazil. Biotropica, 15(2), 154-158.
  • Posey, D. A. (1983). Indigenous ecological knowledge and the development of the Amazon. In E. F. Moran (Ed.), The Dilemma of Amazonian Development (pp. 225–257). Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.
  • Posey, D. A. (1983). Indigenous knowledge and development: An ideological bridge to the future? Ciência e Cultura, 35(7), 877-894.
  • Posey, D. A. (1983). Keeping of stingless bees by the Kayapó Indians of Brazil. Journal of Ethnobiology, 3(1), 63-73.
  • Posey, D. A. (1983). O conhecimento Kayapó: etnometodologia e sistema cultural. Anuário Antropológico, 81, 109-121.
  • Posey, D. A., Parker, E., da Silva, L. F., & Frechione, J. (1983). Resource exploitation in Amazônia: ethnoecological examples from four populations. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, 52(8), 163-203.
  • Frechione, J., Eddins, J., da Silva, L. F., & Posey, D. A. (1984). Ethnoecology as applied anthropology in Amazonian development. Human Organization, 43(2), 95-107.
  • Kerr, W. E., & Posey, D. A. (1984). Informações adicionais sobre a agricultura dos Kayapó. Interciência, 9(6), 392-400.
  • Overal, W. L., & Posey, D. A. (1984). Uso de formigas do gênero Azteca para controle de saúvas entre os Caiapó do Brasil. Ciência e Cultura, 36(Suplemento), 935.
  • Posey, D. A. (1984). A preliminary report on diversified management of the tropical forest by the Kayapó Indians of the Brazilian Amazon. In G. Prance (Ed.), Advances in Economic Botany (Vol. 1, pp. 112–116). New York: The New York Botanical Garden.
  • Posey, D. A. (1984). Keepers of the campo. New York Botanical Garden Magazine, 8, 8-12,32.
  • Posey, D. A. (1984). Os kayapó e a natureza. Ciência Hoje, 4(12), 36-41.
  • Anderson, A. B., & Posey, D. A. (1985). Manejo de cerrado pelos índios Kayapó. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Série Botânica, 2(1), 77-98.
  • Posey, D. A. (1985). Ethnobiology: philosophy and methodology. Los Ensayistas, 18/19, 65-88.
  • Posey, D. A. (1985). Indigenous management of tropical forest ecosystems: the case of the Kayapó Indians of the Brazilian Amazon. Agroforestry Systems, 3(2), 139-158.
  • Posey, D. A. (1985). Native and indigenous guidelines for new Amazonian development strategies: understanding biological diversity through ethnoecology. In J. Hemming (Ed.), Change in the Amazon Basin (Vol. 1, pp. 156–180). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.
  • Posey, D. A. (1985). Report from Gorotire: will Kayapó traditions survive? Focus, 7(4), 3.
  • Posey, D. A., & Camargo, J. M. F. (1985). Additional notes on the classification and knowledge of stingless bees (Meliponinae, Apidae, Hymenoptera) by the Kayapó Indians of Gorotire, Pará, Brazil. Annals of Carnegie Museum, 54(8), 247-274.
  • Elisabetsky, E., & Posey, D. A. (1986). Pesquisa etnofarmacológica e recursos naturais no trópico úmido: o caso dos índios Kayapó do Brasil e suas implicaçoes para a ciência médica. In Anais do Primeiro Simpósio do Trópico Úmido (Vol. 2, pp. 85–93). Belém, Brazil: Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária, Centro de Pesquisa Agropecuária do Trópico Úmido.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Concepts of health, illness, curing and death, in relation to medicinal plants and the appearance of the Messianic King on the Island of Lençois, Maranhão, Brazil. In E. Parker (Ed.), The Amazon Caboclo: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (pp. 279–313). Williamsburg, Virginia: College of William and Mary.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Etnobiologia: teoria e prática. In D. Ribeiro (Ed.), Suma Etnológica Brasileira (Vol. 1 (Etnobiologia), pp. 15–28). Petrópolis, Brazil: Vozes/FINEP.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Etnoecologia e investigação do manejo dos recursos pelos índios Kayapó de Gorotire, Brasil (Ethnoecology and the investigation of resource management by the Kayapo Indians of Gorotire, Brazil). In Anais do Primeiro Simposio do Trópico Úmido (Vol. 6, pp. 63–70). Belém, Brazil: Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária, Centro de Pesquisa Agropecuária do Trópico Úmido.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Etnoentomologia dos tribos indígenas da Amazônia. In D. Ribeiro (Ed.), Suma Etnológica Brasileira (Vol. 1: Etnobiologia, pp. 251–272). Petrópolis, Brazil: Vozes/FINEP.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Hypothesis generation and testing in ethnobiology and ethnoentomology: the "intellectual bridge" between science and cultures. In Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects (18–22 August 1986). Munich: Springer Verlag.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Introduçao. Etnobiologia: teoria e prática. In D. Ribeiro (Ed.), Suma Etnológica Brasileira. Vol. 1. Etnobiologia (pp. 15–25). Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro: Vozes/FINEP.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Manejo da floresta secundária, capoeiras, campos e cerrados (Kayapó). In D. Ribeiro (Ed.), Suma Etnológica Brasileira (Vol. 1 (Etnobiologia), pp. 173–188). Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro: Vozes/FINEP.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Temas e inquirições em etnoentomologia: algumas sugestões quanto à geração e teste de hipóteses. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Série Antropologia, 2(2), 99-134.
  • Posey, D. A. (1986). Topics and issues in ethnoentomology, with some suggestions for the development of hypothesis generation and testing in ethnobiology. Journal of Ethnobiology, 6(1), 99-120.
  • Posey, D. A., & Elisabetsky, E. (1986). Pesquisa etnofarmacológica e recursos naturais no Trópico Umido: o caso dos índios Kayapó e suas implicações para a ciência médica. In Primeiro Simpósio do Trópico Umido (pp. 85–93). Belém, Brazil: Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária, Centro de Pesquisa Agropecuária do Trópico Úmido.
  • Anderson, A. B., & Posey, D. A. (1987). Índios e a natureza: reflorestamento indígena. Ciência Hoje, 6(31), 44-51.
  • Anderson, A. B., & Posey, D. A. (1987). Reflorestamento indígena. Ciência Hoje, 6(31), 44-50.
  • Posey, D. A. (1987). An ethnoentomological survey of Brazilian Indians. Entomologia Generalis, 12(2-3), 190-202.
  • Posey, D. A. (1987). Contact before contact: typology of post-Columbian interaction with the Northern Kayapó of the Amazon Basin. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Série Antropologia, 3(2), 135-154.
  • Posey, D. A. (1987). Etnobiologia como uma ciência aplicada e seu papel na criaçao de novos modelos para conservação na Amazônia. In G. Kohlhepp (Ed.), Homem e Natureza na Amazônia. Tübingen: Geographisches Institut, Universität Tübingen.
  • Posey, D. A. (1987). Etnobiologia e ciência de folk: sua importância para a Amazônia. Tübinger Geographische Studien, 95, 95-108.
  • Posey, D. A. (1987). Etnobiologia y ciencia "folk": su importancia para la Amazonía. Hombre y Ambiente: El punto da vista indígena, 1(4), 2-26.
  • Posey, D. A. (1987). Hierarchy and utility in a folk biological taxonomic system: patterns in classification of arthropods by the Kayapó Indians of Brazil. Journal of Ethnobiology, 4(2), 123-139.
  • Posey, D. A. (1987). Temas e inquirições em etnoentomologia: algumas sugestões quanto à geração e teste de hipóteses. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Série Antropologia, 3(2), 99-134.
  • Posey, D. A. (1988). Effects of deforestation on the Kayapó Indians in relation to loss of traditional knowledge and disruption of indigenous ecological management practices. In 46th International Congress of Americanists' Conference on Amazonia: Deforestation and Possible Effects, Abstracts (pp. 12–13). Amsterdam.
  • Posey, D. A. (1988). El desarrollo de productos naturales y la cuestion de la propiedad intelectual de las communidades indigenas en el Brasil y América Latina. In H.-J. Koenig (Ed.), El índio como sujeto y objeto de la historia latinoamericana. Frankfurt am Main & Madrid.
  • Posey, D. A. (1988). Etnobiologia: a ciência de folk. In Anais do Simpósio sobre Tendência dos Recursos da Amazônia. Madrid: Comissão Real do 500 Aniversário do Descobrimento das Américas.
  • Posey, D. A. (1988). Kayapó Indian natural resource management. In J. S. Denslow & C. Padoch (Eds.), People of the Tropical Rain Forest (pp. 89–90). Berkeley: Smithsonian Institution Travelling Exhibition Service & University of California.
  • Posey, D. A. (1988). Los Kayapó e la naturaleza. Hombre y Ambiente: El punto da vista indígena, 2(5), 79-94.
  • Posey, D. A. (1988). Resource management by the Kayapó, Brazil. In J. Gradwohl & R. Greenberg (Eds.), Saving the Tropical Forests (pp. 123–125). London: Earthscan Publications.
  • Posey, D. A., & Anderson, A. B. (1988). Reforestación indígena. Hombre y Ambiente: El punto da vista indígena, 2(5), 67-77.
  • Anderson, A. B., & Posey, D. A. (1989). Management of a tropical scrub savanna by the Gorotire Kayapó of Brazil. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Balée (Eds.), Resource Management in Amazonia: Indigenous and Folk Strategies. (Advances in Economic Botany, 7) (pp. 159–173). New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  • Elisabetsky, E., & Posey, D. A. (1989). Use of contraceptive and related plants by the Kayapó Indians (Brazil). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 26, 299-316.
  • Hecht, S. B., & Posey, D. A. (1989). Preliminary findings on soil management of the Kayapó Indians. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Balée (Eds.), Resource Management in Amazônia: Indigenous and Folk Strategies (pp. 174–188). New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  • Posey, D. A. (1989). Alternatives to forest destruction: lessons from the Mebengokre. The Ecologist, 19(6), 241-244.
  • Posey, D. A. (1989). From warclubs to words. NACLA, 23(1), 13-19.
  • Posey, D. A. (1989). Medicinas alternativas. Revista da Sociedade Brasileria de História da Ciência, 4, 64-67.
  • Posey, D. A. (1989). The culture of Amazonian forests. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Balée (Eds.), Resource Management in Amazonia: Indigenous and Folk Strategies. New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  • Posey, D. A. (1989). The Kayapó: on trial for speaking out. Index on Censorship, 18(6-7), 16-20.
  • Posey, D. A., & Elisabetsky, E. (1989). Additional notes on contraceptive and related fertility plants used by the Kayapó Indians. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Balée (Eds.), Resource Management in Amazonia: Indigenous and Folk Strategies. New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  • Posey, D. A., Frechione, J., & da Silva, L. F. (1989). The perception of ecological zones and natural resources in the Brazilian Amazon: an ethnoecology of Lake Coari. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Balée (Eds.), Resource Management in Amazônia: Indigenous and Folk Strategies. New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  • Camargo, J. M. F., & Posey, D. A. (1990). O conhecimento dos Kayapó sobre as abelhas sociais sem ferrão (Meliponinae, Apidae, Hymenoptera): notas adicionais. Boletim de Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Série Zoologia, 6(1), 17-42.
  • Overal, W. L., & Posey, D. A. (1990). Uso de formigas Azteca para controle biológico de pragas agricolas entre os Indios Kayapó do Brasil Central. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Overal (Eds.), Ethnobiology: Implications and Applications. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Ethnobiology (Vol. 2, pp. 219–226). Belém, Brazil: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Posey, D. A. (1990). Cultivating the forests of the Amazon: science of the Mebengokre. Orion Nature Quarterly, 9 (3), 16-23.
  • Posey, D. A. (1990). Intellectual property rights and just compensation for indigenous knowledge. Anthropology Today, 6(4), 13-16.
  • Posey, D. A. (1990). Introduction to ethnobiology: its Implications and applications. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Overal (Eds.), Ethnobiology: Implications and Applications. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Ethnobiology (Vol. 1, pp. 1–8). Belém: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Posey, D. A. (1990). The application of ethnobiology in the conservation of dwindling natural resources: lost knowledge or options for the survival of the planet. In D. A. Posey & W. L. Overal (Eds.), Ethnobiology: Implications and Applications. Proceedings for the First International Congress of Ethnobiology (pp. 47–61). Belém, Brazil: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Posey, D. A. (1990). The science of the Mebengokre. Orion, 1990(Summer), 16-23.
  • Posey, D. A., & Anderson, A. B. (1990). O reflorestamento indígena. In G. Bologna (Ed.), Amazônia Adeus. Rio de Janeiro: Ed. Nova Fronteira.
  • Posey, D. A., & Hecht, S. B. (1990). Indigenous soil management in the Latin American tropics: some implications for the Amazon Basin. In D. A.Posey & W. L. Overal (Eds.), Ethnobiology: implications and applications. Proceedings for the First International Congress of Ethnobiology (Belém, Pará). Belém: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Posey, D. A. (1991 (1995)). Ethnobiology in defense of indigenous peoples. Louisiana Archaeology, 18, 101-112.
  • Kerr, W. E., & Posey, D. A. (1991). "Kangàrà kanê" Tanaecium nocturnum (Bignoniaceae), um cipó usado pelos índios Kayapó como inseticida natural. Acta Amazonica, 7(1), 23-26.
  • Posey, D. A. (1991). Effecting international change. Cultural Survival Quarterly, Summer, 29-35.
  • Posey, D. A. (1991). Importance of semi-domesticated species in post-contact Amazonia: effects of Kayapó Indian dispersal of flora and fauna of the region. In Résumés des Communications, International Symposium on Food and Nutrition in the Tropical Forest: Biocultural Interactions and Applications to Development. Paris: UNESCO.
  • Posey, D. A. (1991). Intellectual property rights for native peoples: a Pandora's box for those seeking alternatives. In Proceedings of the 8th International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movements. Budapest: IFOAM.
  • Posey, D. A. (1991). Rechte der indigenen Völker. Capivara: Regenwaldmagazin der Greenpeace, 1, 2-6.
  • Posey, D. A., & Anderson, A. B. (1991). Reflorestamento indígena. Ciência Hoje, ("Special on Amazôna"), 6-13.
  • Posey, D. A., & Elisabetsky, E. (1991). Conceitos de animais e seus espíritos em relação a doenças e curas entre os índios Kayapó da aldeia Gorotire, Pará. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Série Antropologia, 7(1), 21-36.
  • Posey, D. A., & Kerr, W. E. (1991). Kangàrà kane: a vine that kills bees. International Bee World.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Reply to Parker. American Anthropologist, 94(2), 441-443.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Das Wissen der Mebengokre. Kosmos 7, 63-69.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Die Wissenschaft der Kayapó. In J. Bogenreiter & R. Trink (Eds.), Unser Amerika: 500 Jahre Indianischer (pp. 223–233). Wien: Jugend und Volk.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Etnobiologia e etno-desenvolvimento: importância da experiência dos povos tradicionais. In Simdamazonia: Anais do Seminário Internacional sobre Meio Ambiente, Pobreza e Desenvolvimento (pp. 112–118). Belém, Brazil: PRODEPA.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Indigenous peoples and conservation: traditional knowledge and new models for the future. In H. Hoigawa, Y. Sugiyama, G. P. Sackett & R. K. R. Thompson (Eds.), Topics in Primatology: Behavior, Ecology and Conservation. Proceedings of the XIII Congress of the International Primatological Society (Vol. 2, pp. 329–341). Tokyo: University of Tokyo.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Indigenous peoples and the conservation of biodiversity. In Common Vision: Program Report (pp. 14–16).
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Interpreting and applying the "reality" of indigenous concepts: what is necessary to learn from the natives? In K. H. Redford & C. Padoch (Eds.), Conservation of Neotropical Forests: working from traditional resource use (pp. 21–34). New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 0-231-07603-7
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Introduction to the relevance of indigenous knowledge. In A. E. Oliveira & D. Hamú (Eds.), Kayapó Science: Alternatives to Destruction (pp. 15–18). Belém, Brazil: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Kayapó Indianen, Experts in Synergie. Tribaal Nieuws: Inheemse Volken, Mieieu en Onwikkeling, 6, 10-15.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Kayapó Science: Alternatives to Destruction. In A. E. Oliveira & D. Hamú (Eds.), Kayapó Science: Alternatives to Destruction (pp. 19–43). Belém, Brazil: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). People of the fallows: a historical ecology of foraging in lowland South America. In K. H. Redford & C. Padoch (Eds.), Conservation of Neotropical Forests: working from traditional resource use (pp. 21–34). New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 0-231-07603-7
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Scienza indigena. In R. Coravaggi (Ed.), Biodiversita (pp. 28–37). Rome: Dimensione Energie.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). The relation between cultural diversity and biodiversity. In S. Bilderbeek (Ed.), Biodiversity and International Law (pp. 44–47). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). The science of the Mebengokre. In Finding Home. Boston: Beacon Press.
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Traditional knowledge, conservation and "the rainforest harvest". In M. J. Plotkin & L. Famolare (Eds.), Sustainable Harvest and Marketing of Rainforest Products (pp. 46–51). Washington: Island Press. ISBN 1-55963-169-4
  • Posey, D. A. (1992). Ways and means of strengthening sustainable and environmentally sound self-development of indigenous peoples. In Report of the United Nations Technical Conference on Practical Experience in the Realization of Sustainable and Environmentally Sound Self-development of Indigenous Peoples (Santiago, Chile, 18–22 May 1992).. Santiago, Chile: U.N. Doc. E/CN.4/Sub.2/1992/31/Add.1, 25 May 1992.
  • Posey, D. A., & Suchanek, N. (1992). Das Ueberlegene Wissen der Kayapó-Indianer. Journal für Musse und Gesundheit, 3, 34-38.
  • Posey, D. A. (1993). Das Konnen der Kayapó: Nutzung und Schutz zugleich. In A. Suchantke (Ed.), Partnerschaft mit der Natur. Stuttgart: Verlag Urachhaus.
  • Posey, D. A. (1993). Indigenous knowledge in the conservation and use of world forests. In K. Ramikrisha & G. Woodwell (Eds.), World Forests for the Future: Their Use and Conservation (pp. 59–77). New Haven & London: Yale University Press.
  • Posey, D. A. (1993). Intellectual property rights and just compensation for indigenous knowledge. In M. Bothe, T. Kurzidem & C. Schmidt (Eds.), Amazonia and Siberia: Legal Aspects of the Preservation of the Environment and Development in the Last Open Spaces. International Environmental Law and Policy Series. Holland: Graham & Trotman/Martinus Nijhoff.
  • Posey, D. A. (1993). The importance of semi-domesticated species in post-contact Amazonia: effects of Kayapó Indian disperal on flora and fauna. Man and the Biosphere Series. In C. Hladik, H. Pagezy, O. Linares, A. Hladik & H. Hadley (Eds.), Tropical Forests, People and Food (Vol. Man and the Biosphere, v. 13, pp. 63–72). Paris: UNESCO and Parthenon.
  • Posey, D. A. (1993). Wild foods and non-timber products in biodiversity conservation: problems with intellectual property rights for indigenous peoples. In Proceedings of the Symposium: Intellectual Property Rights, Indigenous Cultures and Biodiversity Conservation. Oxford: Green College Centre for Environmental Policy and Understanding.
  • Yamin, F., & Posey, D. A. (1993). Indigenous peoples, biotechnology and intellectual property rights. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law, 2(2), 141-148.
  • Elisabetsky, E., & Posey, D. A. (1994). Ethnopharmacological search for anti-viral compounds: treatment of gastrointestinal disorders by Kayapó medical specialists. In Ciba Foundation Symposium 185. Ethnobotany and the Search for New Drugs (pp. 77–94). Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Posey, D. A. (1994). Bioprospecting and indigenous knowledge systems In V. Shiva (Ed.), Biodiversity Conservation: Whose Resource? Whose Knowledge? (pp. 243–247). New Delhi: INTAC.
  • Posey, D. A. (1994). Será que o "consumismo verde" vai salvar a Amazônia e seu habitantes? . In M. A. d'Incão & I. M. d. Silveira (Eds.), A Amazonia e a Crise da Modernizacão (pp. 345–361). Belém, Brazil: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Posey, D. A. (1994). Conseqüências ecológicas da presença do índio Kayapó na Amazônia: recursos antropológicos e direitos de recursos tradicionais. In C. Cavalcanti (Ed.), Desenvolvimento e Natureza; Estudos para uma sociedade sustentável. Recife: Instituto de Pesquisas Sociais, Fundacao Joaquim Nabuco.
  • Posey, D. A. (1994). Environmental and social implications of pre- and postcontact situations on Brazilian Indians: the Kayapó and a new Amazonian synthesis. In A. C. Roosevelt (Ed.), Amazonian Indians from Prehistory to the Present: Anthropological Perspectives (pp. 271–286). Tucson: University of Arizona Press. ISBN 0-8165-1821-1
  • Posey, D. A. (1994). International agreements and intellectual property right protection for indigenous peoples. In T. Greaves (Ed.), Intellectual Property Rights for Indigenous Peoples: A Source Book (pp. 223–252). Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Society for Applied Anthropology. ISBN 0-9642023-0-1 ; ISBN 978-0-9642023-0-6
  • Posey, D. A. (1994). International agreements for protecting indigenous knowledge. In V. Sanchez & C. Juma (Eds.), Biodiplomacy: genetic resources and international relations (pp. 119–137). Nairobi, Kenya: African Centre for Technology Studies.
  • Posey, D. A. (1994). International agreements for the protection of indigenous knowledge. In Biodiplomacy: Genetic Resources and International Relations. Nairobi: UNEP/African Centre for Technology Studies, ACTS Press.
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