Vol 5, No 1 (2016)

The Federal Constitution of 1988, a juridical symbol of the Brazilian state's process of re-democratization, also promoted a significant alteration in the conceptual and juridical paradigm of indigenous politics in Brazil. Amongst the established rights and guarantees for Indigenous Peoples, cultural specificities, the right to historically occupied land and autonomy would be expressly recognized. After almost 30 years since the proclamation of the Carta Cidadã of '88, it is time to evaluate how political, economic, and social dimensions have influenced the processes and promotion of these rights, and focused on the established relations with Indigenous Peoples in Brazil. 

Various topics come to assume a prominent position among the fundamental debates related to the indigenous question: the question of land, the concept and models of development, and the confrontation between interculturalism and the monocultural paradigm dominant in the shaping of social relations. Even the current positive legal framework which respects the defence of indigenous peoples is being recently revised, through the proposal of altering constitutional and infraconstitutional devices that guarantee their rights. For these reasons, it becomes essential to open up an academic space of debate, critical reflection, and expression of knowledge that could offer a wider range of positions and production on the topic.

Brasiliana therefore proposes to open a space for debate to discuss Brazil from perspectives departing from relations involving the indigenous part of society.  

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter
 
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1-2

Editorial

Editorial
Carolina Schneider Comandulli, Maria Augusta Assirati
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3-8

Dossier

Marcos Rodrigues Barreto
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9-32
Felipe Lima da Silva
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33-57
Maria Florencia Donadi
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58-86
Soraia Sales Dornelles, Karina Moreira Ribeiro da Silva e Melo
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87-124
Leonardo Nascimento Bourguignon
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125-146
João Paulo Peixoto Costa
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147-173
Fernanda Aires Bombardi, Luma Ribeiro Prado
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174-199
João Pacheco de Oliveira
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200-229
Martha Fellows Dourado, Carolina Correa Nóbrega, Fernanda Bortolotto, Ane Alencar, Paulo Moutinho
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230-253
Geisa Assis Rodrigues
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254-284
Francis Mary Soares Correia da Rosa
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285-317
Karliane Macedo Nunes
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318-343

General Articles

Vinicius Mariano de Carvalho
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344-366
Bernardo Borges Buarque de Hollanda
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367-404
Rubia R. Valente, Brian J.L. Berry
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405-440
Lucas Amaral de Oliveira
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441-471

Book Reviews

Alfredo Bosi (trans. Robert P. Newcomb) (2015) Brazil and the Dialectic of Colonization. University of Illinois Press: Urbana-Champaign, 392 pp.
Jaime Ginzburg
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472-475
Reconhecimento dos rios Içana, Ayari e Uaupés, por Curt Nimuendajú. Athias, Renato (Org.) Rio de Janeiro: Museu do Índio-FUNAI; Recife: UFPE, 2015.
Camila do Valle
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476-489

Varia

Entrevista com Márcio Santilli. Realizada no 27 de maio de 2016
Maria Augusta Assirati
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490-501
Entrevista com Marta Maria do Amaral Azevedo realizada em 7 de abril de 2016
Maria Augusta Assirati
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502-513
Entrevista com Ashaninka Francisco Piyãko, uma das lideranças da Associação Ashaninka do Rio Amônia – APIWTXA
Carolina Schneider Comandulli
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514-541
Expressão Indígena
Daiara Tukano
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542-546
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