The Postgraduate Program in Anthropology invites everyone to participate in the VII Paths of Archaeology of the PPGA entitled Expanding Frontiers, to be held on March 13, 14 and 15, 2019, in the Auditorium of the Naval Engineering Course / UFPA.

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20h Supplementary | Free entrance

We will have the participation of three speakers: 

Cyber-archaeology: the cybernetic feedback applied to Archeology

* Dr. Alex Martire (USP) *

Blank Landscapes: Antarctic Archeology

* Dr. Andres Zarankin (UFMG) *

Archeology and education: the teaching of Archeology to the school public through models of archaeological sites

* Dr. Camilo Vasconcelos (USP) *

AR ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXHIBITION Sítio Escola de Murutucu & Educandário Dr. Nogueira de Faria. | FILMS Samba de Cacete & Mestres Praianos do Carimbó de Maiandeua by André dos Santos & Artur Arias. | MASTER DEFENSE.

The Postgraduate Program in Anthropology of the Federal University of Pará Comunitária to the Anthropology Course of the Federal University of Pará (PPGA / UFPA), has just been carried out. To Publish Your Number 2 | 2018, volumes I and II.

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The present number, divided into two volumes, bringing a list of the main experiments of Prof. Dr. Pedro Paulo Funari, having as main director the Brazilian Amazon in the academic and professional life of the author. In the following text, our colleague Diego Pérez del Arco gives us access to some lines of his field diary, inviting us to follow an analysis of the act of being, a time, an anthropologist and a foreigner in a country.

Then, the pages are presented and executed by the speeches Sabrina Campos, Glenda Fernandes, Cibelly Figueiredo, and Ney Gomes, who organized the 1st Colloquium "Landscapes, Dynamics and Sensitivities": For the Historical Center of Belém, held between 25 and 26 June 2018, at the Basic Sector Auditorium of the Federal University of Pará, with the support of the Department of Historic, Artistic and Cultural Heritage of the Secretary of State for Culture of Pará (DPHAC / SECULT) and the Amazonian Anthropology Group of Tourism (GATA / PPGA).

The event came as part of its successes in the elaboration of Working Groups that brought together researchers from various areas of the study of some species of Amazonian landscapes, with attention to representations, representations, movements, and transformations. The results of these WGs are gathered here in the present volumes and are part of the dossier in homonym of the event, also under the responsibility of the mentioned students.

We thank the children who contributed to the preparation of the present. We also announce that Caderno 4 Campos is open to collaborations and academic productions, receiving on a continuous flow regime for semiannual publication.

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