QUEM É UM PRIMATA? ETNOGRAFIAS DE PRIMATAS ENTRE PRIMATÓLOGOS E AMERÍNDIOS

Paride Bollettin

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Este trabalho visa refletir sobre as formas como coletivos de primatas humanos e outro-que-humanos são experienciados entre primatólogos e Ameríndios. O tema insere-se na contemporânea atenção dedicada às produções de coletivos mais-que-humanos na definição de mundos compartilhados. A ambiguidade da definição de quem é um primata, que será tratada ao longo da argumentação, pode ajudar a descrever o polimorfismo e a mutabilidade desses coletivos. Evidenciando as formas como são apresentados estes coletivos entre primatólogos e Ameríndios, buscara-se ressaltar convergências e discrepâncias, na direção de pensar tais coletivos como encontros que abrem para outro os sujeitos envolvidos.

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Coletivos Multiespecíficos; Primatas; Primatólogos; Ameríndios.

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