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Latin American Heritage: Interdisciplinary Dialogues on by Fabiana Lopes da Cunha,Marcilene dos Santos,Jorge Rabassa

By Fabiana Lopes da Cunha,Marcilene dos Santos,Jorge Rabassa

Focusing on Brazil, this booklet methods the time period “heritage” from not just a ancient and architectural perspective, but in addition considers its creative, archaeological, average, ethnological and business aspects. 

The e-book is split into 4 thematic sections – 1) traditions and intangible historical past, 2) archaeological historical past, three) common background and landscapes, and four) history of business and outfitted environments – and provides chapters on a various variety of subject matters, from samba and cultural identities in Rio de Janeiro, to the background of Brazilian archaeology, the worth of scenic landscapes in Brazil, and the cultural panorama of Brazil.

As an end result of the 1st background overseas Symposium, this particular ebook explores numerous background dialogues, pursuing international and particular techniques, and mixing varied perspectives, perceptions and senses.

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