Abstract no. 456

This paper aims to discuss an experience of teaching Anthropology to a class of forty five indigenous students from Guarani, Kaingang and Xokleng people of the Atlantic Coast Forest of southern Brazil, during their training as Intercultural Teachers at UFSC (Federal...

Abstract no. 451

The online course “Feminist Theory and Lesbianity” was an online course taught during the pandemic of COVID-19 (Aug.-Dec., 2020) at the Federal University of Bahia, Brazil. With 70 students, mostly from graduate programs from many universities with diverse backgrounds...

Abstract no. 449

In 2020, during the social isolation imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, new challenges were posed for women, as public and private spaces became were mixed and restricted to the space of the home. Many feminist studies, carried out during the pandemic, have shown that...

Abstract no. 445

This paper is based on ethnographic fieldwork among female refugees of the Syrian conflict in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo from 2015 to 2018, focusing on the management of organizations involved in the process of refugee protection and asylum. It presents and...

Abstract no. 378

In this presentation I intend to discuss substance, performance, network and kinship from a story found during my field research in an archipelago of southeastern Brazil. This story, told by inhabitants of different communities, talks about one of the last traditional...

Abstract no. 331

Strengthening one’s immune system belong to the current recommendations made by specialists to prevent multiple illnesses, and several products and habits have been encouraged to keep one’s body healthy. Nevertheless, when it comes to treat people with autoimmune...

Abstract no. 261

In the past decade, several collaborative activities among Amerindian peoples have been carried out together with museums. This has been an important factor in the reinforcement of Amerindian identities in different national contexts. We have accompanied several...

Abstract no. 118

In Europe and Americas alike, the state, activists and scholars have variously used the notion of ‘nomadism’ as the major diacritical sign to institute Romani difference and justify interventions as varied as exclusion, assimilation, paternalism, or multicultural...