Keynote Lecture 2023: Tania Stolze Lima

Tania Stolze LimaKeynote Lecture 2023

SALSA XIV Biennial Conference 2023

Tania Stolze Lima, Universidade Federal Fluminense de Rio de Janeiro

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 Barreto and Tania Stolze Lima.

Tania Stolze Lima is an ethnologist and associate professor of the PPGAS-at the Universidade Federal Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro. She is a researcher at NuTI-Núcleo de Transformações Indígenas and a participant in the Abaeté Symmetric Anthropology Network. She has long ethnographic experience with the Yudjá (Juruna) people in the Upper Xingu and specializes is the socio-cosmological systems of the indigenous Amazon. Her conceptualization of Yudjá perspectivism transformed Amazonian anthropology and had a renewing impact on contemporary anthropological theory.

Tania Stolze Lima’s LATTES CV:

–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).