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I am grateful to Marc Brightman for comments on earlier drafts. I remain indebted to the Trio, Akuriyo and Wayana who kindly welcomed me and participated in my research. The Guianese interior remained largely unexplored territory.

The difficult terrain made any attempt to reach the populations living further inland an arduous task, particularly in the Guianas, where rivers are hard to navigate and the forest is a succession of muddy hills and swamps. Christian Bodies, Other Bodies war period at a time when Protestant churches based in the United States of America started to take a closer interest in South America.

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The missions, which reached Indigenous peoples such as the Trio in the s, were small privately run enterprises, which relied on funds collected in local churches back in the United States. They were staffed by ministers who made a point of travelling with their families and were usually trained as technicians, linguists or healthcare practitioners. Operating at a time when the South American forests were considered one of the central missionary goals,6 these Protestant evangelical missions benefited from advances in medicine and technology such as single engine aircrafts, short-wave radios and anti-malarials.

The Trio and the Wayana are two central Carib-speaking peoples whose territory straddles the international border which separates Suriname, French Guiana and Brazil.

Their villages are interconnected through extensive kinship networks that are reinforced by regular travel and radio communication between distant relatives. While the Wayana in Suriname live on the headwaters of the Maroni River and the lower reaches of the Tapanahoni in the east, the Trio are settled further west in a territory which stretches all the way to the border with Guyana, along the Tapanahoni and the Sipaliwini rivers.

These narratives highlighted the arrival of the missionaries and the establishment of the mission-stations as a fundamental turning point in their lives which has lasting consequences up to the present day.

From their own perspective, in the early s, when they started to aggregate around the first mission-stations, the Trio performed a radical break from the past: they decided to live alongside former enemies in large sedentary villages.

The shift to this new way of being was often spoken of as a change experienced and located in the body. Transcending this reputation there remains an enthusiasm among the Trio, in particular senior ones who have become church elders, to relate conversion to Christianity to life in peace with affines sasame wehto8.

Among the Trio, the process of conversion appears to be located in the body.

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In this chapter, I will thus analyse a Native process of conversion to Christianity by using the body as a category to understand cultural change and continuity in Lowland South America. Christian Bodies, Other Bodies chapter remains close to this tradition by focusing on bodiliness and materiality, which are pertinent from an Amerindian perspective.

I hope to be able to demonstrate that social landscape, historicity, kinship and the body remain central, key elements in the understanding of conversion processes as experienced and constructed by Indigenous populations of northern siteia.

Sasame wehto: Sedentarisation and Pacification among the Trio Contemporary Trio villages in Suriname result, as mentioned above, from a missionary policy of population concentration and sedentarisation through the provision of health care, trade and education.

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They are named after their original founders, some of whom are still alive today and represent elders of authority tamu and who have roles either in the Church or as governmental employees. Today, it is not uncommon to see former enemies solve disputes through ceremonial drinking of manioc beer, or for a widow, her daughters and in-laws to live in the house built by her deceased husband.

This different relationship towards alterity is described in positive terms by the Trio who live in these villages, as a process of pacification which they have undergone willingly, and which they contrast with their past life marked by warfare. Today, there are no foreign missionaries permanently residing in the villages, but the Trio elders who assisted the missionaries when they originally founded the villages and who accompanied them on contact expeditions to the Akuriyo hunter-gatherers have taken on the role of managers of affinal relations.

These men, who represent the first generation of Christian converts, each head a household unit and regard it as their role both in everyday life and through ritual celebrations to perpetuate this communal state of social pacification, known in Trio as sasame wehto.

Differences remain which are strongly embedded in the place of residence, and the Trio concept of personhood is defined by a social environment composed of localised bodily practices. But to describe how life differs in the two places, instead of highlighting these features the Trio emphasise a distinction located in bodily practices.

By the time I was conducting fieldwork in , some of the differences between the two denominations had started to fade away. Yet, the denominations seemed to have been linked not only with a set of bodily rules and regulations but equally with the fame of the founders of these sedentary settlements. The latter even smoked and drank with the Trio, suggesting that at the level of everyday and festive sociability, they had a better relationship with the Trio than the Protestants; yet they seemed to be less well respected, and their reputations carried less power.

It was as if the social environment constituted for the body an additional layer, similar to clothing or bodily ornaments. The Co-Resident Akuriyo: Sedentarisation as Transformation In , after an initial sighting made by some Wayana who had gone fishing in a creek located at the southernmost border between Suriname and French Guiana, there began a series of expeditions organised by a handful of missionaries based in Wayana and Trio villages to locate and contact an elusive group of hunter-gatherers which had until then avoided developing long-lasting links with other Amerindian groups.

However, the accounts of some of the Trio who took part in these first contacts, which I collected during fieldwork, emphasise different things. According to them, the Akuriyo whom they found in the forest were not diseased, but on the contrary were almost super-humanly healthy, with fantastic hunting and fighting powers; however they were fierce, and two key things were evidence of their fierceness: the fact that they did not cultivate manioc, and the fact that they did not wear or own anything which could have been obtained from trade.

When they encountered them in the forest, the Akuriyo only wore bodily decorations made from products gathered in the forest. This is why, in contrast to the narratives of the missionaries, which focus on the salvation of diseased heathens, the Trio accounts in turn describe the process of contact in terms of the capture and nurture of potential enemies into pets.

The surviving families were eventually divided up between the Trio expedition members who each took one under their wing.

This nurturing process implied an education in the Trio way of life, centred on the cultivation and processing of manioc, the production of bread and beer, and the mastering of the Trio language and notions about the Christian God.

However, the assimilation was never fully achieved and today the Akuriyo remain a people on the margin who seem to be continually struggling to master the conventions which the Trio regard as central to proper socialisation.

Without these skills, the Akuriyo remain wild, powerful transformational predators in the forest but marginal beings likened to children when in the village.

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