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- Duncan Hilchey4
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- John Hartley3
- Kim Scott3
- Len Collard3
- Marcel Mano3
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- Adalberto Luiz Rizzo de Oliveira2
- Adnilson de Almeida Silva2
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People on the Move in the Eastern Sertons (Minas Gerais, 1750-1850)
The article examines the movement of an indigenous network of people affiliated to the Maxakali lingüist family for a century beginning in mid-seven with the formation of a large population known as the ‘Aldeia do Capitão Tomé’, which would then be fragmented, giving rise to various subgroups which,...
Iron-Age Settlement and Cultural Dynamic in Northeast and North Taiwan : A Technological Approach to Ceramic Assemblages at the Chiwulan Site (Ilan, Northeast Taiwan, 650-1850A.D.)
Situated at the junction of historic times, Taiwan’s Iron Age is considered the key to understanding the origin and history of the island’s aboriginal peoples. With this perspective, this thesis focuses on the Iron Age in Northeast and North Taiwan through a research into the affiliations among cera...
Lules, isistines and mopeds in the historical account of a Jesuite mysioner at the borders of the Chaco
In this work we presented the transcript of a document written by the legal cura Pedro Juan Andreu, entitled ‘Annulliates the Historical Mission of San Estevan de los Indios Lules 1744’. The manuscript is part of the novel De Angelis Collection, acquired and preserved by the National Library of Rio...
Social movements and democracy : the case of post-dictatorial Chile, 1988-2017
This thesis aims to give an account of the evolution, in Chile, of the management of the protest events by the institutions in charge of public order since the return to democracy in 1990. It aims to examine the way in which a country once ruled by repression frames, once the democracy returned, the...
Migration and religions
The Cahiers Latin America, History and Memory of the University of Paris 8, devote one of their upcoming issues (issue 19) to the theme of migration and religions, bringing together work on groups of Latin American and indigenous immigrants based in different host countries (Europe and the United St...
Health consequences and aggravations evidenced by COVID-19 in Brazilian indigenous populations: an integrative review
Este estudo objetivou realizar uma revisão integrativa acerca dos estudos que identificaram a influência da pandemia na saúde de indígenas brasileiros, a fim de agrupar estas informações e gerar dados pertinentes à uma análise qualitativa. Foram realizadas buscas nas bases de dados Scielo, Pubmed e...
Pluralistic truths and transitional justice in Colombia
This article asks about the capacity of Colombian transitional justice to integrate the voice of ethnic groups and their diverse truths into the building of peace and national historical memory. The truth of marginalised groups is thus counteracting the stories of majority groups. The instruments of...
The politics of ethnicity in India, Nepal and China
International audience The indigenous population, with their rich culture and heritage, represent an important component of Indian and Himalayan civilizations. Politics of Ethnicity in India, Neapal and China reviews the social, cultural and political processes that have shaped these indigenous soci...
The Indian face of domesticity: Permanent domesticity and ethnicity in Monterrey, Mexico
In this article, we will analyse the importance of ethnicity in permanent domesticity — a sector of employment in which Indian people are overrepresented — and how socio-cultural differences between ethnic groups organise the labour market and relations between employers and employees in Mexico. Usi...
Neither Amerindian nor EuroCanadian: a neomoderne approach to culturalism in Canada
In a post-structural perspective that is part of historical anthropology, this thesis describes the phenomenon of recent ethnicisation of groups that identify themselves as being misled in eastern Canada. The aim is to understand this event by addressing it as a cultural process and qualifying it as...
Ethnicity, social participation and re-infestation of housing in the Argentinian Chaco: an eco-health approach to Chagas’ disease
Re-infestation of houses and peri-homes by T. infestans in the Great Chaco region of Argentina represents a significant public health problem. Between 2008 and 2009, research was carried out in the region, using an eco-health approach, into the social, economic, health and ecological conditions invo...
Guerrero. The political representation of indigenous peoples through the electoral constituencies
Summary of Mexico’s demographic dynamics requires the regular delimitation of its electoral territories, seeking population balance, but also the representation of indigenous groups, which constitute an important socio-cultural sector. This article outlines the methodology used to bring together the...
Decentralisation outside the centre: Debates on territorial autonomy in Bolivia (2005-2019)
From important moments in Bolivian history, where regionalisation and decentralisation involved political debates and activities, in recent years the pressure and assertive positions of the Amazon departments, known as the ‘Media Luna’, show in a deeply heterogeneous country, with the prominent pres...
6. Contorted Naturalisms
This chapter investigates how logics and claims of indigeneity work within Romanian social media to construct and authorise divides between insiders and outsiders. The analysis focuses on social and political discourses that permeate local understandings and experiences of neoliberalism, class, and...
Patterns of biological invasions in French freshwater systems by non-indigenous macroinvertebrates
International audience Freshwater biodiversity is threatened by several mechanisms, of which the introduction of non-indigenous species and habitat alteration are the two most important. Exotic species act at various levels of organisation of macroinvertebrate communities, and are involved in differ...
RETHINKING THE INTERCULTURAL DIMENSION OF COMMUNICATION Performing Cultures and Constructing Identities in a European Association
This thesis examines the way in which the multiple cultures and identities that people are likely to summon up during an encounter influence the nature of their social interactions. It draws on the epistemological heritage of symbolic interactionism, rather than that of cross-cultural psychology, th...
Ecosystem planning for biodiversity protection: representations of stakeholders in the Quebec forest community
This study offers a reading of the representations of ecosystem planning offered by members of the Quebec Forest Social System (scientists, governments, activists, indigenous people). Two groups were identified from around 20 respondents: innovators and receivers. Innovators are involved in the impl...
The issue of a negotiated right for the Amazon Park of Guyana
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe legislative renovation of national parks raises questions about the nature of the law in protected areas. Would it be conceivable to think of the formation of a more negotiated right than imposed? The question may legitimately arise in the case of the Amazon Park of Guiana...
The historical narrative and intentions of the actors. Answer to François Buton
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe answer proposes to come back to three questions: the sources, the intentional nature of the actors and the tension between probability and truth. The history of colonial Algeria is confronted with the inequality of traces kept in different places and times. In the Palestro...
The Meeting of Multiple Words and Worlds
As a newcomer to Canadian culture, I present an interpretive rendering of my encounters with settler and Indigenous relations. It is my humble attempt to respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action ([TRC], 2015) for newcomers, by providing insight into what newcomers might experience in...
Health services, discrimination and ethnic/racial status: A case study of the problem in Mexico and Colombia
Reflecting and highlighting the relevance of the link between ethnic/racial status and the use of health services motivating this work. The approach we carry out brings together the existing information on the coverage, access and use of medical services in Colombia and Mexico, and its link with the...
Reflections about inclusion of vulnerable groups in Higher Education. The Tutorial Device: a space under construction
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Remote sensing in a multidisciplinary context: artisanal activity, Amerindian agriculture and natural regeneration on Indígena Yanomami Earth (Roraima)
David as a Revolutionary Painter : through the German Eye
International audience The German view of Jacques-Louis David's art is perceptibly different from the French perception : if the « revolutionary » aspectinterests also in France, it is perceived in Germany as a typical emanation of French Enlightment Philosophy and a characteristicaspect of national...
Education for democratic and intercultural citizenship in Colombia
Colombians live together in a context characterised by ethnic and cultural diversity. However, local, regional and national identities are built in unfavourable conditions, particularly in the neighbourhoods of cities where more and more people and families displaced by violence are home. Most of th...