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Ajunct Professor at Territorial Planning Graduation Program at UFABC. PhD in Demography from Campinas University (Unicamp) with a period as Visiting Research Student at the London Schoo of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE). Also have a Master in Social Anthropology and Graduate in Social Science all at Campinas University (Unicamp). Since 2007 has been part of Rural Studies Center (Ceres) at Unicamp where also has collaborated as editor of the Ceres scientific journal, Ruris. Furthermore since 2003 has collaborated with research at the Population Studies Center (Nepo) at Unicamp, there has done research with a introduction to science scholarship studying water resources management, also acting as fieldwork interviewer, fieldwork coordinator, and working on dataset input and organization for the project "Amazonian Deforestation and the Structure of the Households", during all this time has been part of the population and environment research group of the Nepo. She has been studying the Brazilian Amazon since 2005 and has accumulate experience in the field of Anthropology and Demography. Recently interest topics are: Anthropological Demography; ethnicity and Public Policies; landscape and ethnography; family livelihoods; rural-urban relations; population and environment; urbanization of the Amazon; Population dynamics, and Population change. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
This project pursues to build a dialogue between three scientific disciplines (Anthropology, Geography, and Demography) and two concepts much known to them: ethnicity and territory. Particularly it will reflect about how government bureaus and agencies designs and captures the data on race and ethnicity, and how this official data will endorse and be used to build and execute social and...
The project presented here has its goal on the comprehension of the population and environment relation at Altamira and Brasil Novo (Pará state) in Brazilian Amazon. In particular, the aim is to understand how aspects of the population dynamics, notably mobility and family arranges, impact environment. To fulfill that aim we propose two line of inquiry. One focusing on mobility and fami...
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(References retrieved automatically from State of São Paulo Research Institutions)
LOMBARDI, Thais Tartalha Do Nascimento. As fronteiras Amazônicas : dinâmicas populacionais pensadas a partir do estudo de estratégias de sobrevivência familiares em três áreas urbanas da Amazônia brasileira. Tese (Doutorado) - Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. (11/06034-9)
LOMBARDI, Thais Tartalha Do Nascimento. Trajetorias na Transamazonica : estategias de vida e trabalho em uma area rural amazonica. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). (06/59849-1)