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Transforming amerindian regional systems: the Upper Xingu case

Grant number: 13/26676-0
Support type:Research Grants - Young Investigators Grants
Duration: July 01, 2014 - June 30, 2019
Field of knowledge:Humanities - Anthropology - Indigenous Ethnology
Principal researcher:Antonio Roberto Guerreiro Júnior
Grantee:Antonio Roberto Guerreiro Júnior
Home Institution: Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas (IFCH). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Assoc. researchers:Artionka Manuela Goes Capiberibe
Associated scholarship(s):18/25900-8 - Images of movement: places, history and kinship in the Upper Xingu, BE.PQ
19/00430-1 - Media, filmmaking and territoriality: an ethnography of the Cultural Association of Indigenous Directors (ASCURI), BP.DR
18/07747-8 - A road in the village: the relations between the Kalapalo and non-indigenous peoples, BP.PD
+ associated scholarships 18/22219-8 - Rethinking xinguano kinship: elements for a computational analysis of a multiethnic network, BP.IC
17/13930-7 - Between the village and the city: relations between the Kalapalo indigenous children and cities around the Xingu Indigenous Park (MT), BP.MS
17/12972-8 - Conceiving, gestating, giving birth and nurturing: body and sociality among Alto-Xingu women, BP.MS
16/09692-0 - Indigenous contemporary art: the case of MAHKU, BP.MS
16/03589-3 - National Policy on territorial and environmental management of indigenous lands (PNGATI): conceptual translations and transformations in the Upper Rio Negro, BP.PD
16/04777-8 - Chiefs, villages and their histories: indigenous autobiographies and the sociopolitical dynamics of the Matipu and Nahukwá peoples (Xingu Indigenous Park - MT, Brazil), BP.MS
16/04517-6 - Indigenous participation in 2016 municipal elections, BP.IC
15/16902-9 - The Dynamics of Movement and Exchange: Kinship, Politics and Shamanism among the Guarani, BP.PD
15/25926-9 - Missionary action and religious conversion in the Upper Xingu, BP.IC
15/21031-7 - Imagery production and circulation regimes in the Xingu indigenous territory, BP.MS
15/00760-0 - Etnography and translation of Krahô's (Timbira) chants, BP.DR
15/00983-0 - Paintings producing persons and persons producing paintings: aesthetics, agency and transformation among the Matipu (MT), BP.MS
14/23023-9 - Rituals as culture: ethnic tourism and urban ritual performances, BP.IC
14/23016-2 - Population reduction, mixture and differentiation between the Matipu and Nahukwa: post-contact transformations, BP.IC - associated scholarships

Abstract

This project intends to contribute to the understanding of the so-called "regional systems" of indigenous South America, and to consolidate a research line on this topic at the PPGAS/Unicamp. Its thematic focus is the contemporary dynamics and transformations of the multiethnic and multilingual complex of the Upper Xingu (Xingu Indigenous Park, MT). The ethnographic research will focus on the ways in which this system has been intertwined with the non-indigenous world, in order to elucidate how these relationships are rooted in a xinguan cosmopolitics and, in turn, how they also contribute to transform various aspects of the life ways of the region´s peoples. We intend to consolidate a group of researchers at the host institution, capable of producing a dynamic perspective on the upper-xinguan complex and that is able to support its comparison with other Amerindian regional systems. (AU)

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Scientific publications
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
MARINA PEREIRA NOVO; ANTONIO GUERREIRO. Exchange, Friendship and Regional Relations in the Upper Xingu. Vibrant, v. 17, p. -, 2020.
IAN PACKER. SOBRE A LENHA, LABAREDA SOU: POÉTICA DA MEMÓRIA EM UM CANTO RITUAL KRAHÔ. Cadernos de Tradução, v. 39, n. spe, p. 227-247, Dez. 2019.

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