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Fábio Márcio Alkmin


Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas (FFLCH)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

I am a geographer and hold a master's degree from the University of São Paulo (FFLCH/USP), currently finalizing a PhD in the Graduate Program in Human Geography at the same institution. I am also a project manager with an MBA from ESALQ/USP. My experience is focused on the socio-environmental field, with an emphasis on research concerning indigenous territories and processes of territorial autonomy in Latin America. I have completed research internships at Queen Mary University of London/QMUL (United Kingdom, 2022), at CIALC/Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico, 2021 and 2013), and Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina, 2010). Additionally, I have accumulated field experiences in various indigenous territories in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, and Guatemala. I am the author of the book "For a Geography of Autonomy: The Experience of Zapatista Territorial Autonomy in Chiapas, Mexico" (Ed. Humanitas/Fapesp, 2017). I am part of the following research groups: DATALUTA Network (Brazil), Latin American Geographies-UK (United Kingdom), and Indigenous Peoples, Autonomies, and Collective Rights (CLACSO), where I co-organize the bulletin "Autonomías Hoy: Indigenous Peoples in Latin America". My technical skills include Geoprocessing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In the audiovisual area, I highlight my experience with documentary production at Sendero Filmes. My current focus of interest is the Brazilian Amazon, especially on themes related to indigenous autonomies, environmental conservation, climate justice, and territorial conflicts involving indigenous peoples. Contact: (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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