Luisa Cadena, "Tayag Warmi Turns Her Children into the Animals."

English and Quichua subtitles.

English Text

Analysis

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Tod D. Swanson,   "Luisa Cadena, 'Tayag Warmi Turns Her Children into the Animals.’” Youtube video. 11:42. November 22, 2016.  https://youtu.be/w8NfgNvqCTw

Luisa Cadena, "How the Red-tailed Boa Attracts Birds."

 

In Pastaza Quichua with English subtitles.  (1)

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'How the Red-tailed Boa Attracts Birds.'" Youtube video. 1:10.  May 13, 2016. https://youtu.be/0liaU08xnps

Luisa Cadena, "How Monkeys Call Their Relatives."

 

In Pastaza Quichua.  Not subtitled.  In this video Tod Swanson interviews Luisa Cadena on how monkeys communicate.  Luisa imitates the calls of many species and says that the monkeys are "shunguyuj" meaning that they have a humanlike moral maturity and care for their relatives.

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'How Monkeys Call Their Relatives..'" Youtube video. 5:1.  December 6, 2016. https://youtu.be/Px0tYYgxC5o

Luisa Cadena, "Luisa Cadena, "Algudon Puma the Cotton Jaguar.""

 

Pastaza Quichua.  Not subtitled.  In this interview with Tod Swanson, Luisa Cadena describes her experience of seeing a jaguar kill a tapir as well as how it kills monkeys.

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Algudon Puma the Cotton Jaguar.'" Youtube video. 3:37.  December 6, 2016. https://youtu.be/3q8krf4o25I

Luisa Cadena, "Luisa,  Amazanga Warmi Simayuka Tukun."

 

In Pastaza Quichua.  

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'Luisa, Amazanga Warmi Simayuka Tukun.'" Youtube video. 3:05.  April 2, 2016.  https://youtu.be/qCahARHYSqk

Quichua text of the story

Luisa Cadena, "How Monkeys Call Their Relatives."

 

In Pastaza Quichua.  Not subtitled.  In this video Tod Swanson interviews Luisa Cadena on how monkeys communicate.  Luisa imitates the calls of many species and says that the monkeys are "shunguyuj" meaning that they have a humanlike moral maturity and care for their relatives.

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'How Monkeys Call Their Relatives..'" Youtube video. 5:1.  December 6, 2016. https://youtu.be/Px0tYYgxC5o

Luisa Cadena, "Luisa Cadena, "Algudon Puma the Cotton Jaguar.""

 

Pastaza Quichua.  Not subtitled.  In this interview with Tod Swanson, Luisa Cadena describes her experience of seeing a jaguar kill a tapir as well as how it kills monkeys.

 

Cite video as:

Tod Swanson,  "Algudon Puma the Cotton Jaguar.'" Youtube video. 3:37.  December 6, 2016. https://youtu.be/3q8krf4o25I

Luisa Cadena, "Reflections on the Life of an Unknown Sloth."

 

Video contains a Pastaza Quichua woman's reflections on a sloth after fining a chewed bromeliad shoot beneath a tree.  She implicitly compares the feeding sloth to an old woman in her manioc garden.    Recorded, edited and translated by Tod Swanson in Napo Province, Ecuador.

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Tod D. Swanson,  “Luisa Cadena: ‘Reflections of the Life of an Unknown Sloth.’” Youtube video.  2:41.October 25, 2016. https://youtu.be/JLO2tie3SJw

Luisa 

"The Sloth is Still in Her Garden."

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Tod D. Swanson, “Luisa Cadena: ‘The Sloth is Still in Her Garden.’” Youtube video.  2:40. August 2, 2016. https://youtu.be/F1TsQgPYCZo

Luisa Cadena,  "Their flowers are their clothes:  on the dress of plant men"

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Tod D. Swanson,   "Luisa Cadena,  'Their flowers are their clothes:  on the dress of plant men.’” Youtube video. 5:33 May 13, 2016. 

https://youtu.be/ykNXFrUgKgg

Luisa Cadena, "Luisa Cadena, "A Human Woman Becomes the Tapir's Wife.""

 

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, "A Human Woman Becomes the Tapir's Wife.""  Youtube video. 9:56.  December 15, 2016. https://youtu.be/bo0OUZJ8exc.

Luisa Cadena, "Origin of Dahua Pishku, Wituk and Manduru."

 

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'Luisa Cadena, "Origin of Dahua Pishku, Wituk and Manduru.'"  Youtube video. 16:11.  December 18, 2016.

https://youtu.be/40Xu2SUjbhc

 

Luisa Cadena, "Memories of a Palm Perfume."

Oral narrative on the Uma palm Genoma brongniartii in Pastaza Quichua.

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, "Memories of a Palm Perfume.’"  Youtube video. 3:22.  December 13, 2016. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6WspkrxurY

Luisa Cadena, "How Lila Used Umu Palm Perfume."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, 'How Lila Used Umu Palm Perfume.’"  Youtube video. 1:14. January 1, 2017. 

https://youtu.be/Yzt3X6BvI1k

Luisa Cadena, "Animals the Sleep in the Day."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, 'Animals the Sleep in the Day.’"  Youtube video. 7:53. January 1, 2017. 

https://youtu.be/XiglPunhF2k

Luisa Cadena, "Lluchu Ruya: When the Naked Tree Was a Man.'"

 

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'Lluchu Ruya: When the Naked Tree Was a Man.'"  Youtube video. 3:20.  December 9, 2016.  https://youtu.be/5SGcjlbzdzQ   

Luisa Cadena, "How My Father Gathered Chicle in the Rubber Boom."

During the rubber boom chicle sap was harvested and exported to Iquitos along with rubber by the same runa families working under the same patrones who worked rubber.  To harvest wild chicle the trees were cut down and girded.  Runa gathered large quantities of seeds to plant in the forest to replace the trees cut down and to increase the numbers of those species.

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, "How My Father Gathered Chicle in the Rubber Boom.’"  Youtube video. 2:30.  December 14, 2016.    https://youtu.be/E7xsyjJtuMw

Luisa Cadena, "On the return of the animals and the dead."

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'On the return of the animals and the dead.'" Youtube video. 1:28. March 19, 2016, 2016. https://youtu.be/w2UHn8dxKqU    

Luisa Cadena, ""On the Origin of Thunder."

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'On the return of the animals and the dead.'" Youtube video. 4:56.  December1, 2016.

https://youtu.be/aXReUYcd6HY

Luisa Cadena, ""Interpreting the Sounds of Thunder."

 

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Tod Swanson,  "Luisa Cadena, 'Interpreting the Sounds of Thunder.'" Youtube video. 2:59.  December 1, 2016.

https://youtu.be/NPsfh-201W4 

Luisa Cadena, "On the Medicinal Use of Tsutuli Panga (Clidemia heterophylla)."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, "On the Medicinal Use of Tsutuli Panga (Clidemia heterophylla).’"  Youtube video. 0:48.  May 13, 2013. https://youtu.be/OqsgRx9TbfA

Carmen Andi and Luisa Cadena, "How Crabs Fight Thunder."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Carmen Andi and Luisa Cadena, "How Crabs Fight Thunder.’"  Youtube video. 2:39. April 2, 2016. https://youtu.be/YViexSLpxmY

Luisa Cadena, "The Pashin Fish as Humorous Simily for a Sleepy Person."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, 'The Pashin Fish as Humorous Simily for a Sleepy Person.’"  Youtube video. 0:45. December 31, 2016. 

https://youtu.be/f4CrbtQpKwM

Luisa Cadena, "On Snakes and Machakuy Mandi."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, 'On Snakes and Machakuy Mandi.’"  Youtube video. 1:41. December 31, 2016. 

https://youtu.be/w5OUESgcPi8

Luisa Cadena, "On the Use of Vemonanthura patens to Heal Sores."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, '.’"  Youtube video. 0:46. January 1, 2017. 

https://youtu.be/kbNod7gIJ0Q

Luisa Cadena, "A Song to Take on the Aroma of a Simayuka Flower."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Luisa Cadena, 'A Song to Take on the Aroma of a Simayuka Flower.’"  Youtube video. 9:04. January 1, 2017. 

https://youtu.be/8yNlOBf_Kf4

Luisa Cadena, "Nuspa bujio": Song to create binding friendship with a river dolphin."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson, "Nuspa bujio": Song to create binding friendship with a river dolphin." Youtube video. 4:15. December 31, 2018. 

https://youtu.be/3XsrpwVVMxY

Luisa Cadena, "Origin of the Kingfisher."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson interview, Luisa Cadena, "Origin of the Kingfisher."  9:54.  January 1, 2019. 

https://youtu.be/NAt5ogqrVi4

Luisa Cadena, "Luisa Cadena "Ilambay shundu: a beetle that predicts the birth of an industrious boy."

Pastaza Quichua. 

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Tod D. Swanson interview, Luisa Cadena, "Luisa Cadena "Ilambay shundu: a beetle that predicts the birth of an industrious boy."  1:23.  December 31, 2018. 

https://youtu.be/T9ibG9OZ8A0

Luisa Cadena,  "The Origin of Thunder."  YouTube video.   6:33.  December 31, 2018.  https://youtu.be/kKlju3gknbE.  Recorded by Tod Swanson.

 Luisa Cadena, "Encounter with a Water Woman."  YouTube video. 1:54  Jan 17, 2019   https://youtu.be/T0iD75rpLOU

Luisa Cadena,  "A Girl Becomes the Tapir's Wife."  https://youtu.be/gpGvJRetOZg

Tod D. Swanson interview, Luisa Cadena,  "Calling My Anaconda Child."  YouTube Video.  3:48.  April 9, 2019.  https://youtu.be/Bv5FXxbDeW0

Tod D. Swanson interview, Luisa Cadena,  "Encounter With Amazanga Master of Woolley Monkeys."  YouTube Video.  3:48.  April 9, 2019.  https://youtu.be/pfZLWT7BpAU

Tod D. Swanson interview, Luisa Cadena,  "On Kapok Trees."  YouTube Video.  1:31.  April 9, 2019.  https://youtu.be/C4pO3JYu1Tw

"Oropendola Calls Cause Love and Sorrow."  Tod Swanson interview with Luisa Cadena.  Youtube video. 6:50.  April 16, 2019.  https://youtu.be/0XkBl-56vqo

"Oropendola Calls Change Anger to Love"  Tod Swanson interview with Luisa Cadena.  Youtube video. 5:10.  April 16, 2019.  https://youtu.be/pAyuQOJGStQ

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