Questions for Olivia Harris article: Please provide earlier accounts of violence in anthropology Harris writes about in the first section of the article. Please explain what kind of social setting is this article based on (please combine the descriptions provided both early on in the article and in the later sections such as the common scenarios of sexual encounters). Please explain the four contexts of violence in Northern Potosi. What is the significance of the bulls in Chayanta and Sakaka regions? Harris argues that all women suffer from wife-beating in these regions and as a result this does not lead to psychological consequences familiar to us from Western accounts (p.52). Can you find a parallel in Canadian our North American setting in which women have life experiences with their husbands but do not find it humiliating or their self esteem is not eroded as a result of the way in which they have learned to cope with? What concepts are available within Andean culture for exploring the implications and ambiguities of the form of violence Harris is writing about? What is meant by the paradox of violence? What does Harris means by “violence as the other”?