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Film Screening: "Tupinambá: The Return of the Land"

Event flyer
Peabody Hall, Room 220
Special Information:
3:00pm-5:00pm

Film Description

"Tupinambá: The Return of the Land" tells the story of the Tupinambá, an indigenous group in the south of Bahia (Brazil), and their struggle to take back their land. In the film, the history of expropriation and resistance of the Tupinambá is narrated from their perspective. For them, the land belongs to the encantados, the most important entities of their cosmology.

Speakers

Daniela Alarcon
PhD candidate in Anthropology
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Filmmaker

Valério Gomes
Professor, Amazonian Institute of Family Agricultures (INEAF)
Federal University of Pará (Belém, Brazil)

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