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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The Other Germans Of Sérgio: Ethnography And Indigenous Peoples In Caminhos E Fronteiras [os Outros Alemães De Sérgio: Etnografia E Povos Indígenas Em Caminhos E Fronteiras]|
|Abstract:||This article analyses the presence of ethnography, especially the German ethnographic tradition, in part of the oeuvre by the historian Sérgio Buarque de Holanda. In order to achieve this, we will focus on the book Caminhos e fronteiras (1957), a collection of essays written during the decade in which Sérgio Buarque was the director of the Museu Paulista (1946-1956). This article is divided in two interconnected parts, namely, one about the authors experience when directing the Museu Paulista and how he got in contact with ethnology in that period; and one on how themes and concepts that were important in the German ethnological tradition also play a significant role in the book Caminhos e fronteiras. We intend to prove that ethnography was a central part of Sérgio Buarques analysis of the colonization of the outskirts of Portuguese America. © 2009 ANPOCS.|
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