Eduardo Goes Neves

PHd in Archeology, professor at the Museum of Archeology and Ethnology of USP, expert researcher of the Amazon

Professor at the Museum of Archeology and Ethnology of the University of São Paulo, with a degree in History from USP and a PhD in Archeology from Indiana University. He was once a visiting professor at the National Museum of Natural History, in Paris, Harvard University, and Universidade da Província, in Buenos Aires. He is also a professor at the postgraduate program on archeology of the neotropics of Universidade Politécnica do Litoral, in Guayaquil. For over 30 years, he has been carrying out archeological research in the Brazilian Amazon, focusing on understanding the over 10,000 years of relationship between indigenous populations and the environment. He is the coordinator of Arqueotrop (Laboratório de Arqueologia dos Trópicos) and of the group of research on the historical ecology of the Amazon of CNPq. Besides that, he has dozens of publications, being them books, and science articles.

Brazilian archaeology and forest civilizations

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