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The dialogue between science and traditional knowledge for biodiversity conservation
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Seminar analyzes the experience of public space in modernity
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Anthropologist creates support campaign for the funeral of the Bororo’s master of chants
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Nicolau Sevcenko, full professor at Harvard and former member of the IEA-USP, dies at 61
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The impacts of biotechnological advances in the human condition
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Gerardo Caetano addresses the impact of cultural policies in development
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Meeting Discusses the Work of Teixeira Coelho, Who Will Receive Title of Professor Emeritus
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VideoIEA International Seminar of Communicative and Cultural Memory
Throughout their studies, Jan and Aleida make a distinction between two types of memory: a communicative one, related to memories passed from one generation to another in an informal and daily way, usually by oral tradition, and a cultural one, referring to the collective memories of the past that have a symbolic character and that last through texts, images, rites, monuments and other mnemonic supports.
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VideoIEA Faith Literacies in Children's Homes and Community Settings
The themes of poverty and malnutrition are addressed in this roundtable with Professor of Language and Culture Education Eve Gregory. She is one of the scholars who question the relationship of poverty and malnutrition as causes of not learning to read and write.
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VideoIEA Can History teach us Anything? 100 Years of the First World War - Panel 1
Literatura, História e Histórias das Ideias: as análises de especialistas para explicar e entender o significado da Primeira Guerra Mundial.
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