Rodrigo C. Bulamah is currently a FAPESP postdoctoral fellow at the Social Sciences Graduate Program at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP). He graduated in social anthropology and ethnology (UNICAMP, Brazil/EHESS, France, 2018) and has been working in Northern Haiti since 2012, combining ethnographic fieldwork with historical sources focusing on themes such as kinship, historicity, ecology, and food. He was a visiting scholar at Duke and Rice University. His actual research draws on ecologies of practice, environment, and energy in Haiti through analyzing the social life of wood charcoal as well as associations with other agricultural products and their representations and engagements in multiple scales.
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Introduction: Bolsonaro and the Unmaking of Brazil
“Brazil is not an open ground where we intend to build things for our people. We have to destroy many things.” On March 17, 2019, standing before a small audien... More
Bolsonaro and the Unmaking of Brazil
Recently Brazil became an example of the destructive forces of populist extreme-right-wing governments. Indigenous and traditional populations, the environment,... More