Collaborating Professors

The faculty of the Graduate Program in Social Anthropology (PPGAS) linked to the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences (FFLCH) of the University of São Paulo (USP) is currently composed of 25 professors, 22 permanent and 3 collaborators. All of them teach disciplines and guide students. Below we present the profile of each professor.

Room: 18
Principal Research Line: Amerindian, African and Afro-diasporic studies
Secondary Research Lines: Power and Difference

Works in the Research Line of Indigenous Ethnology, with emphasis on the field of Native Studies. She is a researcher at the Center for Amerindian Studies (CEstA-USP) .

Room: 22a
Principal Research Line: Amerindian, African and Afro-diasporic studies

Her performance is distributed by ethnology, history and rights of the Indians, black slavery, ethnicity, traditional knowledge and anthropological theory. Among his publications are the books "Cultura com aspas"; "Blacks, foreigners" and "The dead and the others"; among other works, she organized "History of the Indians in Brazil" and "Forest Encyclopedia". She was a PhD professor at the State University of Campinas and a full professor at the University of São Paulo, where she is retired and collaborator. She was a full professor at the University of Chicago from 1994 to 2009, where she is an emeritus professor.

Room: 44 (IEB)
Principal Research Line: Expressive Forms and Knowledge Regimes
Secondary Research Lines: Poder e Diferença

Professor and researcher in anthropology at the Institute of Brazilian Studies (IEB) at the University of São Paulo (USP). At PPGAS / USP, he works mainly in the Research Line "Expressive Forms and Knowledge Regimes", with an emphasis on Anthropology of Science and Technology, Anthropology of Nature and Modernity, Post-Disciplinary Studies in Multispecies and Cosmopolitics, Anthropology and Environment , Anthropology of the Anthropocene, Anthropological Theory, coordinator of LAPOD (Post-Disciplinary Studies Laboratory - IEB / LaBieb / USP) and researcher at the Center for Native Studies (CESTA-USP), one of the founders and co-edited, between 1997 and 2007, the magazine Sexta-Feira - Anthropologia, Artes e Humanidades.