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“Barbados and Brazilian Anthropology”. Towards the conquest of self-determination. Alberto Chirif (ed). Copenhagen, IWGIA, 2021. (pgs. 229-249).

‘Contemporary Indigenous Politics in Brazil: Three Modes of Indigenous Political Performance’. In: Priti Singh (ed.). (Org.). Indigenous Identity and Activism. 1ed.New Delhi: Shipra Publications, 2009, v. , p. 80-103.

Wild indians, tutelary roles, and moving frontier in Amazonia: Images of Indians at the birth of Brazil. In: David Maybury-Lewis; Theodore MacDonald. (Org.). Manifest Destiny and Indigenous Peoples. Michigan: Harvard University David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, 2009, v. , p. -.

The: Anthropologist as Expert: Brazilian Etnhology betwen Indianism and Indigenism. In: L’ESTOILE, Benoit; NEIBURG, Federico;SIGAUD, Lygia. (Org.). Empires, Nations and Natives. Anthropology and State-making. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005, v. , p. 223-247.

Frontier Security And The New Indiginism: Nature And Origins Of Calhanorte Project. In: Davod Goodman; Anthony Hall. (Org.). THE FUTURE OF AMAZONIA: DESTRUCTION OR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?. LONDRES: MACMILLAN, 1990, v. , p. 155-176.