DOBES Archive

Coreference_Trumai
This study analyzes how coreference takes place in Trumai. Examples from various kinds of texts (myths, personal narratives, etc) are explored.
Dm-Tr
Description and analysis of the forms [ni'de - inde - ka'ne].
Edu02Huma
The session consists of a dialogue about taking a bath in the river.
Draw96Di
Drawing of a Upper Xingu woman, with comments about her body decoration.
RGPhoArtif-Res
Series of photos about artifacts produced by the Trumai people
RGPhoHouse-Res
Series of photos presenting general aspects of house building.
Steinen-Mask-Res
Session about Trumai ceremonial masks.
TrumaiSpeakers
Survey about individuals of the Trumai community who can speak the language.
RGPhoTimbo-Res
Series of photos (from 2002) made by the researcher Raquel Guirardello-Damian, showing general aspects of the Timbo-fishing. For each photo, there is a caption in Portuguese and English.
BowPed-Trumai
Topological relations in Trumai. The data was elicited using the 'Topological relations picture series' organized by Bowerman and Pederson (1992).
RGPhoSalt-Res
Series of photos (2002) made by the researcher Raquel Guirardello-Damian, showing the steps involved in the production of salt from aquatic leaves. For each photo, there is a caption in Portuguese and English.
RGPhoTradiVilla-Res
Series of photos made by the researcher Raquel Guirardello-Damian, showing general aspects of a traditional village of the Upper Xingu. The photos were made at a small village that is still being prepared by Trumai individuals from the Steinen village.
RGPhoGeneral-Res
Series of photos presenting general aspects of the Trumai people.
Quain38Photo-Res
Series of photos, taken in 1938 by Buell Quain, in the Trumai village.