By Marta Vilar Rosales Centre for Research in Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UNL, Portugal The project “Atlantic Crossings: materiality, contemporary movements and policies of belonging” is a quest to follow the objects in particular, and “things” in general. From surveys in Lisbon, Oporto, São Paulo and RioContinue Reading

By Cláudia Pereira and Germano Penalva Two years ago Facebook,  already  a fever around the world, became a fever in Brazil, surpassing the  Orkut. Until 2010 it was the most famous social network. It has broken social classes, languages and ages barriers. It has been undergoing processes adaptation and acceptance and useContinue Reading