Has experience in the field of Anthropology, with an emphasis on Indigenous Ethnology, working mainly on the following themes: oral traditions and Amerindian cosmologies, indigenous policies, cultural heritage and traditional knowledge. Coordinates and participates in national and international research projects. Develops direct advisory activities to indigenous communities in Amapá and northern Pará, collaborating with public agencies and non-governmental organizations in indigenous training programs.
Book Articles and Chapters:
- Waiãpi genesis, among diverse and different . Journal of Anthropology (São Paulo), v. 50, p. 45-83, 2007.
- The Wajãpi in front of their culture . National Historical and Artistic Heritage Magazine, v. 32, p. 110-129, 2005.
- Occupied lands? Territories? Territorialities?. In: Fany Ricardo. (Org.). Indigenous Lands: Nature Conservation Units. 1st ed. São Paulo: Socioenvironmental Institute, 2004, v. , p. 37-41.