Keynote Lecture 2023
SALSA XIV Biennial Conference 2023
João Paulo Barreto, Universidade Federal do Amazonas
This year’s Keynote Lecture will be delivered in the form of a Keynote Dialogue between an Indigenous and a non-indigenous scholar: João Paulo Lima Barreto and Tania Stolze Lima.
João Paulo Lima Barreto is an Indigenous of the Yepamahsã people (Tukano), born in the village of São Domingos, in the municipality of São Gabriel da Cachoeira (AM, Brazil). Graduated in Philosophy; Master and Doctor in Social Anthropology from the Universidade Federal do Amazonas. Founder of the Centro de Medicina Indígena Bahserikowi. Founder of the first Casa de Comida Indígena – Biatuwi. Researcher at the Núcleo de Estudos da Amazônia Indígena (NEAI). Research Collaborator at FIOCRUZ/Manaus. Member of the SPA – Science Panel for the Amazon, of the Brazilian Academy of Science. Member of the SoU_Ciência Scientific Committee. Member of OTCA – Organization of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty. Coordinator of the Fórum Povos da Rede Unida. Teacher. Consultant.
João Paulo Barreto’s LATTES CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/9716723272027922
–Jeremy M. Campbell (SALSA President 2020-2023), Laura R. Graham (SALSA President-Elect 2023-2027), Simone Athayde (Secretary-Treasurer 2022-2025), Juan Alvaro Echeverri (SALSA 2023 Conference Organizer & SALSA Webmaster), Natalia Buitron (SALSA 2023 Academic Program Chair).
Please send all inquiries about this conference to: