The Postgraduate Program in Anthropology invites everyone to participate in the event promoted by the Department of Historic, Artistic and Cultural Heritage of the Secretary of State for Culture (DPHAC / SECULT), with the support of the Research Group of Anthropology of Tourism in the Amazon (GATA / PPGA / UFPA / CNPq), entitled "LANDSCAPES, DYNAMICS AND SENSITIVITY: FOR THE RIGHT TO THE HISTORICAL CENTER OF BELÉM", aiming to initiate a multidisciplinary debate regarding the multiple uses and plural appropriations of the Historical Center of Belém, made by the people who enjoy this landscape, build it and activate its dynamicity.

More information on the site https://coloquiochb2018.wixsite.com/inicio.

Proposing reflections about the diverse landscapes, existences and sensibilities in a city like Belém is to take for itself the commitment to understand the capital of Pará by means of the specificities that have made it and become an Amazonian metropolis whose Historical Center evokes relations of memory, religiosity, culture, musealization, leisure, tourism, work, institutionalized power and agency. It is, therefore, an invitation to interpret it through a polyphonic perspective.

The present colloquy arises in the face of the imminent revision of the Master Plan of Belém, thus taking as a pretension to make possible the debate and the interdisciplinary reflection around the directives that make up this plan, with recognized impact in the Historic Center of Belém and its surroundings and proposing the launching of bases for the construction of a "Charter of Belém Heritage".

In addition to researchers from various areas, all discussing the urban space of the Historic Center of Belém, its uses, its appropriations or social and/or historical constructions, the colloquium proposes communications in 4 thematic sections:

• Material Patrimony: Casitas, Churches and their representations;

• Public spaces, dynamics, and appropriations;

• Modes of life, affectivities, and transformations;

• Landscape and Movement: social sensibilities at the Ver-o-Peso fair and its surroundings.

Thematic sections will be coordinated by research students of the PPGA, within an interdisciplinary proposal and always with the aim of provoking current discussions on the topics mentioned. The papers presented at the colloquium will be published in a thematic dossier in the semester journal Caderno 4 Campos (PPGA / UFPA), in the second half of this year.