Keynote 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 ethnographic research among the Yudjá was seminal to Eduardo Viveiros de Castro’s perspectivist theorisation.
Tania Stolze Lima’s LATTES CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/2155335943728036
–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).
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