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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2016.tde-11032016-143051
Document
Author
Full name
Rodrigo Gomes Lobo
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Amoroso, Marta Rosa (President)
Marras, Stelio Alessandro
Sá, Guilherme José da Silva e
Taddei, Renzo Romano
Velden, Felipe Ferreira Vander
Title in Portuguese
Naturezas esfumaçadas: os Tembé e o mercado de crédito de carbono
Keywords in Portuguese
Cosmografia
Mudanças Climáticas
Tembé-Tenetehara
Abstract in Portuguese
O coletivo tupi Tembé-Tenetehara da Terra Indígena do Alto Rio Guamá iniciou em meados de 2006 diversos processos de negociação envolvendo projetos no mercado de crédito de carbono. O presente texto analisa essas conexões inserindo-as na concepção nativa dessas relações. A análise enfatiza as divergências cosmográficas implicadas, apresentando um modelo da arquitetura do cosmos tembé a partir do corpus mitológico nativo, dos estudos de astronomias indígenas, das pesquisas sobre xamanismo e do multinaturalismo pan-ameríndio.
Title in English
Smoked natures: the Tembé and the carbon credit market
Keywords in English
Climate change
Cosmography
Tembé-Tenetehara
Abstract in English
In mid-2006 the collective Tupi Tembé - Tenetehara from the Indigenous land of the Alto Rio Guama began various negotiation processes involving projects in the carbon credit market. This thesis examines these connections placing them in the native view of relationships. The analysis emphasizes the implied cosmographic differences, presenting a model of the Tembé's cosmos architecture based on the native mythological corpus, studies of indigenous astronomy, research on shamanism and the pan-Amerindian multi-naturalism.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-03-11
 
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