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. 264

The process of rethinking of ethnographic museums of the last 50 years, gave birth to several collaboration projects that, through the opening of the museum structure and the establishment of new relationships with source communities, are aiming at giving marginalized...

Abstract no. 138

Is the legacy of anthropology one of observation and understanding or one of trying to “help,” achieve change that “improves” life by somebody’s standards, from someone’s point of view. Have anthropologists, as representatives of a discipline, accepted the view that...

Abstract no. 66

In Australia, the relationships between museums and indigenous people started to change at the end of the 1980s. The repatriation of human remains and sacred secret objects became the key issues, and the museum policy was adapted in 1993, which recognized the rights...