Archaeology, social conflicts and indigenous ancestry in southern Brazil
Fabricio J. Nazzari Vicroski
Nº de páginas: 91
"Archaeology increasingly dealt with natives in an inclusive way and this book contributes to further advance the critical stand of archaeology to social critical engagement. Archaeology, social conflicts and native descent in southern Brazil pledges for overcoming the apparent conflicts of interests between natives and peasants and farmers, all of them subordinate and if at all victims, not beneficiaries of exploitation and conflict. The reader of this volume will conclude the reading much more enlightened and forward looking for a brighter future. Difficult to figure out a more inspiring message". By Pedro Paulo A. Funari, University of Campinas (Unicamp).