DOBES Archive

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RGPhoArtif-Res
Series of photos about artifacts produced by the Trumai people
Edu02Huma
The session consists of a dialogue about taking a bath in the river.
Origem_dos_Trumai
Study about the narrative of origin of the Trumai people.
Steinen-Mask-Res
Session about Trumai ceremonial masks.
RGPhoGeneral-Res
Series of photos presenting general aspects of the Trumai people.
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.
Case_GramRelations
Description and analysis of the case system and the grammatical relations of Trumai.
Families
Study on the organization of Trumai families.
RG02InterReza
The researcher conducts an interview with a man who is an expert on traditional prayers. The interview was conducted in Portuguese, since the speaker is not Trumai (the interview was made not to register the language, but to register the information about prayers, which is a kind of knowledge that is under the risk of disappearing).
RGPhoHouse-Res
Series of photos presenting general aspects of house building.
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.
Verbal_Classes
Description and analysis of the verbal classes of Trumai. The study also investigates how valence changes occur in this language.
Draw96Di
Drawing of a Upper Xingu woman, with comments about her body decoration.
General_Descrip
General presentation about the Trumai people, with various kinds of information.
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.
Quain38Photo-Res
Series of photos, taken in 1938 by Buell Quain, in the Trumai village.