Photos of the canela indigenous territory (TI Kanela), 2012-2013


One of the roads leading out of the village, June 2012. This land type is known as the chapada or Põ in Canela, which forms part of the Cerrado biome.


View from a hill surrounding the main village, June 2012.


Sign at the main entrance of the TI Kanela, February 2013.

Audio recordings

Podcast of the paper presentation: Growing Crops, Cultivating Sustainability: Indigenous Biodiversity Conservation in Northeast Brazil. Food, Society, & Environment in Contemporary Ethnography Panel. Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) 75th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, March 2015.


2016 American Anthropological Association 115th Annual Meeting Executive Sessions


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