Diego Amoedo Martínez
Doctor in Social Anthropology
Graduated in Forestry Engineering from Universidad de Vigo (2007). He holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP, 2019) with a doctoral thesis entitled: "Houses, lands, cows and plants: the agricultural system of Tourém and Pitões das Júnias (Alto Barroso, Portugal). financed by CNPq and obtained a scholarship for Sandwich from Abroad (PDSE-CAPES) at the University of Santiago de Compostela, at the Research Group on Agricultural History and Politics S.XIX - XX (HISTAGRA) from August to November 2017. Master in Anthropology Social at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP, 2014) He had a scholarship from FAPESP (May 2013 until March 2014) He did a sandwich internship at the Master's at the Center for Transdisciplinary Studies for Development (CETRAD) based at the University of Trás os Montes and Alto Douro (May to August 2013, Internship and Research Abroad Scholarship, BEPE? FAPESP) .The research is located in the border area of Northern Portugal acting mainly on the following themes: rural, transform socio-territorial actions, frontier, territoriality, mobility. Since December 2017, he has been an Assistant Professor at the Federal University of Western Pará (UFOPA) of the Anthropology course, of the Anthropology and Archeology Program. Winner of the Vicente Risco Social Sciences Award (2018) with an essay entitled "Uses and disuse of the lands of Tourém. Socio-territorial transformations in a rural border village in the north of Portugal". Coordinator of the Rural Anthropology and Resistance Co-Laboratory and is a member of the Land, Landscape, History and Image Research Group (TEPAHI) and the Study Group on Historical and Political Ecology of the Trombetas, Tapajós and Xingu River basins. He currently develops research in Western Pará about knowledge, traditional agricultural systems and land and water uses.