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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Coming Up Next! Part II of Interview with Italian Professor Canevecci and Kremer on the Bororo existence in Brazil

South American, Brazilian Bororo woman by Patrick de Wilde/ Photo via


Massimo Canevacci is a Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Digital Arts and Culture in the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in Italy. He has been a visiting Professor in many Brazilian Universities and in the CUCN University of Nanjing, China. Currently he is  a visiting  Professor at the University of São Paulo (IEA-USP) in  Brazil.

Flávia Kremer is currently finishing her PhD in Social Anthropology with Visual Media at the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, University of Manchester, UK. She also holds an MSc in Gender, Development and Globalisation from the London School of Economics. Before moving to the UK she studied cultural anthropology at the La Sapienza, University of Rome, having Massimo Canevacci as her supervisor.

Both anthropologists share with us about their experience with the Bororo existence and women's intrinsic value. Though the Bororo way of life is being impeded upon by many external factors, remnants of their
traditions still exist...

Coming up next! The Second Part of this interview series.
Check out Part One.