Reconhecimento dos Rios Içana, Ayari e Uaupés: Apontamentos Linguisticos e Fotografias de Curt Nimuendajú
Edited by Renato Athias
Museu do Indio (Rio de Janeiro) and Editora of UFPE (Recife), 2015
Reconhecimento dos Rios Içana, Ayari e Uaupés contains important ethnographic and linguistic materials that Curt Nimuendaju wrote, in Portuguese, about the indigenous peoples of the Rio Negro region, as well the photographs that Nimuendajú made during his trip in the year 1927 in the rivers Içana, Ayari and Uaupés, Bringing together all these works in one book was an important task to spread the thought of one the most important ethnologists on the indigenous peoples of Brazil in the last century. Reduced electronic version
About the author
Renato Athias is a Doctor in ethnology (1995) from the University of Paris 10, is the Coordinator of the Centre for Studies and Research on Ethnicity (NEPE) at Federal University of Pernambuco (Brazil), Associate Professor at the Post-graduate Program in Anthropology at UFPE and in the Master in Anthropology at the University of Salamanca in Spain.
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