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Dr. Juliana Machado (Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brasilien): Women’s territorialities within indigenous societies in Brazil: past discourses, present relations (BASA)

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    UNIVERSITÄT BONN

    ABTEILUNG FÜR ALTAMERIKANISTIK

    BASA-Museum (Bonner Amerikas-Sammlung), Oxfordstr. 15

    Vortrag, Dienstag 07. Mai 2019 um 18:00 Uhr

     

     Dr. Juliana Machado

    Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brasilien

    Women’s territorialities within indigenous societies in Brazil:

    past discourses, present relations

    The aim of this lecture is to contribute to a still scarce reflection on the practices, their effects and meanings, of women within indigenous and traditional societies in their territorial processes, from interdisciplinary and collaborative perspectives. This presentation is based on an ongoing research, which is sought to consolidate an existing network of collaboration between historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, and indigenous and riverine women in an attempt to understand the practices, roles and processes of identification /recognition and representation conquered and attributed to indigenous women particularly in the contexts of training, use and maintenance of their territories. I intend to present the initial results and development of this research which is conducted based on three methodological approaches: the compilation and writing of biographies of women; analysis of ethnoarchaeological research data; and the systematization of archaeological, historical and ethnographic data published related to women and their relationship with territoriality processes. The development of this research aims at diminishing the invisibility of women in historical, pre-colonial, colonial and present-day narratives in the Brazilian context, as opposed to their constant presence in myths and their importance in the forms of organization, leadership and indigenous social representation from the European conquest to the present day, particularly in territorial management, agriculture and the struggle for land.

    Juliana Machado, 

    She has a degree in History from the University of São Paulo (2002), a Master in Archaeology from the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology of the University of São Paulo (2005) and a Doctorate in Social Anthropology from the Postgraduate Program in Social Anthropology (PPGAS) of the National Museum, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and University College London. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Archaeology at the Federal University of Sergipe (UFS). She conducts research in the southern region, in the state of Santa Catarina, since 2012 and in the Amazon since 1998. With experience in the Amazon region and in the southern region of the country, she works mainly through interdisciplinary approaches between the areas of (ethno)archaeology, anthropology, indigenous history and historical ecology, with special interest in the themes: indigenous identity, movement and resistance; collaborative practices and construction of traditional knowledge and knowledge; women and gender relations; land and environmental management; and Amerindian art and technology studies. She was elected vice-president of the Brazilian Society of Archaeology for the period 2018-2019. She coordinates the Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (LEIA/UFSC) and is a researcher at the Landscape Society Laboratory (LAPSO/UFS), the Interdisciplinary Laboratory on Territory and Territoriality (LINTT/MAE/USP) and the Laboratory of Art, Ritual and Memory (LARME/PPGAS/UFRJ).


     

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