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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2016.tde-27102016-121947
Document
Author
Full name
Kimiye Tommasino
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1995
Supervisor
Committee
Moura, Margarida Maria (President)
Coelho, Silvio dos Santos
Laraia, Roque de Barros
Monteiro, John Manuel
Vidal, Lux Boelitz
Title in Portuguese
A história dos Kaingáng da bacia do Tibagi: uma sociedade Jê meridional em movimento
Keywords in Portuguese
Antropologia cultural
Antropologia social
Índios do Brasil
Kaingang
Povos Jê
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa reconstitui a história dos Kaingang da bacia do rio Tibagi da metade do século passado, até os dias atuais. Esta história permite detectar as estratégias, formas e conteúdos das relações estabelecidas entre as sociedades indígenas e os colonizadores, numa continua afirmação de seu modo de ser. O resgate da historicidade/etnicidade Kaingang permite uma outra compreensão da sociedade paranaense e a real natureza do processo de colonização ocorrida neste século, colonização essa feita invariavelmente sobre territórios indígenas. A matéria-prima para a reconstituição foram os documentos de missionários, diretores e viajantes, documentos do SPI, FUNAI e outras instituições, da bibliografia científica sobre essa sociedade Jê meridional, depoimentos dos Kaingang mais velhos e de nossa pesquisa de campo.
Title in English
History of the Kaingáng of the Tibagi basin: a southern Jê society in motion
Keywords in English
Cultural anthropology
Indians of Brazil
Jês
Kaingang Indian
Social anthropology
Abstract in English
This text seeks to recover the Kaingáng history in the Tibagi river sorroundings from the second half of last century through current events. This history allows one to perceive strategies, ways and contents on the relationships between indian societies and settlers, as a continuous revelation of their particular caracteristics. Such rescue for historical and ethnical features of the Kaingáng leads to a different understanding of the paranaense society and the true nature of the settlement process in the indian territories during this century. The main source for such an endeavor have been documents by missionaries, directors and travellers, documents from SPI, FUNAI, and other institutions, statements by older Kaingáng members, and our own field research and available bibliography on Jê meridional societies.
 
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2016-10-27
 
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