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Showing the other to say the self, showing the self to say the other. The "Negroes' farce" in the lower Tapajós river basin (Brazilian Amazon)2015 Gradhiva: revue de anthropology et museologie 22: 192-221, 244
  • Emilie Stoll
H6 [GRADHIVA-]0764-8928English summary
“Todo caboclo é parente”: spatiality, history and kinship among the Potiguara2015 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 58 (1): 285-317
  • José Glebson Vieira
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701in thematic section 'Transformações das territorialidades Ameríndias nas Terras Baixas (Brasil)'; English summary
Mobilidades, encantamentos e pertença: o mundo ainda está rogando, porque ainda não acabou2014 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 57 (2): 143-70
  • Emília Pietrafesa de-Godoi
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701in thematic section 'Vicinalidades e casas partíveis'; English summary
A identidade denegada. Discutindo as representações e a autorrepresentação dos caboclos da Amazônia2013 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 56 (2): 431-75
  • Fábio Fonseca de Castro
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701English summary
The candomblé cult in the state of Bahia during the twenty first century2012 Konteksty 66 (1/2): 91-4, 367
  • Jocélio Teles
H6/KVM [POLSKA-]1230-6142English summary
Anthropometric measurements of adolescents from two Amazonian ecosystems: variations according to seasonality2010 Journal of biosocial science 42 (2): 145-60
  • Gilberto Kac
  • Gloria V. Veiga
  • Hilton P. Silva
  • Rosangela A. Pereira
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0021-9320
From caboclo to native: reflections on ethnogenesis in Brazil2009 Journal de la Société des Américanistes 95 (1): 41-72
  • Florent Kohler
H6/KUB [SOCIETE-]0037-9174English and Spanish summaries
Use of Tierra Firme forest by Caicubi Caboclos, middle Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brazil. A quantitative study2008 Economic botany 62 (1): 60-73
  • Ariane Luna Peixoto
  • Juan Gabriel Soler Alarcón
H6/KF [ECONOMIC-]0013-0001
The supermodern caboclo. Globalisation, possession and theatre in an Umbanda tempe in Fortaleza, (Brazil)2008 Gradhiva: revue de anthropology et museologie 7: 25-37
  • Erwan Dianteill
H6 [GRADHIVA-]0764-8928in thematic section 'Le possédé spectaculaire. Possession, théâtre et globalisation'; English summary
Blood pressure, seasonal body fat, heart rate, and ecological differences in Caboclo populations of the Brazilian Amazon2006 American journal of human biology 18 (1): 10-22
  • D. E. Crews
  • G. D. James
  • H. P. Silva
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Secular trends in age at menarche among Caboclo populaitons from Pará, Amazonia, Brazil: 1930-19802006 American journal of human biology 18 (1): 83-92
  • C. Padez
  • H. P. Silva
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Haciendo etnología con los caboclos de Quirino: la situación etnográfica como una tríada2006 Boletín de antropología (Antioquia) 20 (37): 51-80
  • João Pacheco de Oliveira
H6/KUL [BOLETIN-]0010-6364English summary
Scientific abuse of the term caboclo? Questions on representation and authority2006 Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi Ciências humanas 1 (3): 79-92
  • Richard Pace
H6/KUL [BOLETIM-]1807-5398English summary
Nutritional status and sexual dimorphism in three Amazonian Caboclo communities2005 Anthropologie (Brno) 43 (1): 63-75
  • Héctor Mario Pucciarelli
  • Rui Sergio Sereni Murrieta
  • Silvia Suzanne Melcher
  • Walter Alves Neves
Fish and farinha: protein and energy consumption in Amazonian rural communities on Ituqui island, Brazil2004 Ecology of food and nutrition 43 (3): 231-55
  • Darna L. Dufour
  • Rui Sergio Sereni Murrieta
H6 'ECOLOGY-'0367-0244
Misioneros en el Río Trombetas, la subida del Padre Carmelo de Mazzarino2004 Boletín americanista 54: 177-97
  • Jose Luis Ruiz-Peinado Alonso
H6/KUL [BOLETIN-]0520-4100
Labilité, fluidité et hétérogéneité des traditions dans le monde métis amazonien2004 Annales de la Fondation Fyssen 19: 48-65
  • Didier de Laveleye
*H6 [ANNALES-]0980-157X
Eating with your favourite mother: time and sociality in a Brazilian Amerindian community2003 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 9 (1): 21-37
  • Susana De Matos Viegas
HI [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Vem arrasta-pé: commoditizing Forró culture in Pernambuco, Brazil2003 Selected reports in ethnomusicology 11: 187-96
  • Jack Bishop
in thematic issue 'Musical cultures of Latin America: global effects, past and present: an interdisciplinary conference at UCLA, May 28-30, 1999'
The music of the Bahian Caboclos2003 Anthropological quarterly 76 (4): 639-69
  • Brian Brazeal
Conflicting resource values: caboclos versus colonists, ranchers, and loggers in Itupiranga, Pará, Brazil2002 Research in economic anthropology 21: 263-92
  • Gay M. Biery-Hamilton
in thematic issue 'Social dimensions in the economic process'; with introduction by N Dannhauser and C Werner, 1-10
Catolicismo e xamanismo: comparação entre a cura no Movimento Carismático e na pajelança rural amazônica2002 Ilha: revista de antropologia 4 (2): 51-77
  • Raymundo Heraldo Maués
H6/KUL [ILHA-]1517-35XEnglish summary
Dialética do sabor: alimentação, ecologia e vida cotidiana em comunidades ribeirinhas da Ilha de Ituqui, Baixo Amazonas, Pará2001 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 44 (2): 39-88
  • Rui Sergio Sereni Murrieta
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701English summary
Concepts of illness and treatment practice in a Caboclo community in the lower Amazon2000 Medical Anthropology quarterly 14 (1): 96-108
  • Mary-Elizabeth Reeve
The shaman and the caboclo: from man to entitity1999 Mana 5 (1): 29-56
  • Veronique Boyer
English summary
Food consumption and subsistence in three Coboclo population on Marajó island, Amazonia, Brazil1999 Human ecology 27 (3): 455-75
  • Rui Se rgio S. Murrieta
Status nutricional infantil em três comunidades riberinhas da ilha de Ituqui, Amazônia, Brasil1998 Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (Série Antropologia) 14 (1): 3-19
  • Darna Dufour
  • Rui Se rgio S. Murrieta
  • Walter A. Neves
0522-7291English summary
From extractivists to forest farmers: changing concepts of Caboclo agroforestry in the Amazon estuary1997 Research in economic anthropology 18: 233-79
  • Eduardo S. Brondízio