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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2016.tde-23032016-153311
Document
Author
Full name
Priscila Matta
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Gallois, Dominique Tilkin (President)
Amoroso, Marta Rosa
Garcia, Uirá Felippe
Moisés, Beatriz Perrone
Müller, Regina Aparecida Polo
Title in Portuguese
Modos ameríndios de conhecer as florestas: produção de relações e percepções
Keywords in Portuguese
Araweté
Cosmologias ameríndias
Domínios vegetais
Florestas
Modos de saber
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese tem como foco modos ameríndios de conhecer e circular nas florestas, importante domínio cosmológico e de produção da vida. Mais especificamente, a tese está centrada nos saberes e nas formas de relações estabelecidas a partir de elementos vegetais, que envolvem múltiplas interações entre humanos e não humanos. Este trabalho está fundamentado, em grande parte, em levantamentos bibliográficos, mas também em material de campo levantado entre os Araweté, povo tupi-guarani habitante da região do Médio Xingu - Pará.
Title in English
Amerindian ways of knowing the forest: the production of relations and perceptions
Keywords in English
Amerindian cosmologies
Araweté
Forests
Vegetation domains
Ways of knowing
Abstract in English
This thesis focuses on Amerindian ways of knowing and moving in the forest, an important cosmological and life production domain. More specifically, the thesis is centered on the knowledge and relations established with the vegetation, which involve multiple interactions between humans and non-humans. The work is largely based on bibliographic survey but also on fieldwork material gathered amongst the Araweté, Tupi-Guarani people that inhabitant the Middle Xingu region of Pará.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-03-23
 
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