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Angela May Steward

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She is an adjunct professor 1 at the Federal University of Pará, Center for Agrarian Sciences and Rural Development (NCADR). She holds a BS in Environmental Sciences - Wesleyan University (2000) and a Doctorate in Botany / Ethnobotany - City University of New York / Graduate Center (2008). She took a Postdoctoral Course at the Federal University of Minas Gerais in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology (2010-2012) and at the Center for Sustainable Development, University of Brasília (2015). She was a researcher at the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute (IDSM) from 2012 to March 2016. Currently at UFPA, she teaches undergraduate courses in the areas of Cultural Anthropology, Amazonian History and Human Ecology and contributes to the following research lines in the NCADR: Traditional Knowledge and Rights of Traditional Peoples and Communities; Gender and Generation in Family Production Units in the Amazon; Social change, actors of the development and dynamics of the organization in the rural space. She is also an external collaborator of IDSM, being the leader of the Research Group on Amazonian Agriculture, Biodiversity and Sustainable Management. Has experience in the areas of Anthropology, Rural Geography, Human Ecology and Ethnobotany with emphasis in the Amazon region.
 
 
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Carlos Valério Aguiar Gomes

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Adjunct Professor at the Center for Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development (NCADR) at the Federal University of Pará (UFPA). He holds a BA in Geography from the Federal University of Acre (1995), a Master's in Conservation and Tropical Development (TCD) / Center for Latin American Studies from the University of Florida (2001) and a Doctorate in Geography from the University of Florida (2008). Its main areas of activity are at the interface between environment and development, mainly in the following themes: analysis of territorial planning, changes in land use and coverage, models of conservation units and traditional populations, planning and sustainable rural development, socioeconomic analysis of productive systems of small family farmers, compensation for environmental services, and human dimensions of global climate change.

 
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Dalva Maria da Mota

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Master's degree in Rural Sociology at the Federal University of Paraíba (1990) and a Doctorate in Sociology at the Federal University of Pernambuco (2003), whose thesis won the SOBER Prize for best sociology thesis in 2003. Researcher at Eastern Amazon EMBRAPA where she coordinates research projects on work in rural areas, public policies for extractive women, and social inclusion of oil palm farmers in the Amazon. Member of the permanent staff of the Master's Program in Family Farming at UFPA, where she teaches courses and advises master's dissertations. She has written two books, organized five, published more than 60 articles in indexed journals, book chapters, and articles in annals of congress. It has different international experiences in training, research and development (France, Gabon, Argentina, Israel, United States and England).


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Flávio Bezerra Barros

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He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biological Sciences from the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFRPE, 2000), a Master's Degree in Biological Sciences (Zoology) from the Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB, 2002) and a Doctorate in Conservation Biology (2011) from the University of Lisbon, Portugal. He is Adjunct Professor and Director of the Center of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development (NCADR) of the Federal University of Pará (UFPA). He works as a professor-researcher in the Amazonian Agriculture (NCADR-UFPA) and Anthropology (IFCH-UFPA) Graduate Programs and having been coordinator in the first one (2012-2015). He also participates as a permanent professor in the Environmental Sciences Graduate Program of the State University of Mato Grosso (UNEMAT). He is editor-in-chief (with William Assis and Gutemberg Guerra) of the Family Agriculture: Research and Development, UFPA Magazine. He is a member of the Brazilian Society of Ethnobiology and Ethnoecology (SBEE), the Brazilian Association of Anthropology (ABA), the International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE) and the Latin American Association of Ethnobiology (SOLAE). He has experience in teaching, research and extension in an interdisciplinary area, focusing on the following topics: Ethnoconservation and Rural Development, Ethnobiology and Ethnoecology, Rural Anthropology, Relation Society and Nature, Extractive Reserves and Field Education.

 
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Heribert Scmitz

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Associate Professor III of Sociology of the Federal University of Pará (UFPA). He is a Sociology and Anthropology Professor in a Graduate Program (PPGSA), where he was, twice, Coordinator of the Sociology Area (until August / 2013). He is also a graduate in Family Agriculture and Sustainable Development, where she acted as Program Coordinator (1996-2000). He holds a Doctorate in Rural Sociology from Humboldt University in Berlin (2002), Germany. He has a postdoctoral degree at the Institute of Latin American Studies of the Free University of Berlin (2011-2012) studying social movements theory (Sociology). He has been working with family agriculture for 30 years, developing research and development actions in the areas of collective action (cooperativism, common goods management, social movements), social conflicts, rural extension and participation. Develops research in the North and Northeast of Brazil on "traditional peoples and communities" conservation of biodiversity. At various times, he assumed responsibility as a member of the board of directors, of a scientific council of academic societies or as a regional representative (Brazilian Society of Production Systems - SBSP, Rural Studies Network, ABAgroecology). Taught disciplines such as: rural sociology, sociology and environment (undergraduate), collective action in rural space, sociological theory and research methods (graduate). He advises for final papers, master's and doctoral dissertations. He has books, articles and chapters published in Brazil and abroad. Productivity Scholarship holder of CNPq.

 
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Lívia de Freitas Navegantes Alves

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She holds a bachelor's degree in Agronomy from the Rural Federal University of Amazonia (1993), a Master's Degree in Animal Science from the Federal University of Pará (1999) and a Doctorate in Agroecosystems - SUPAGRO (Montpellier - France, 2011). She has been a professor at the Federal University of Pará since 2001, currently working at the Center for Agrarian Sciences and Rural Development / MSc in Family Agriculture and Sustainable Development. She is an Associate Researcher in the Strategic Monitoring Network of South American Regional Transformation, working mainly on agricultural practices, Amazonian production systems, pasture ecosystems, Amazon agroecosystems, family agriculture and rural development.

 
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Luis Mauro Santos Silva

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The Agronomist (UFAM) has a master's degree in Health Sciences and Sufficient by the Federal University of Pará (2002) and holds a Doctorate in Agronomy from the Federal University of Pelotas (2008). Since 1995, he has been a professor-researcher at UFPA, NCADR and, since 2011, a permanent member of the board of the Territorial Development and Society Graduate Program in the Amazon (PDTSA), at UNIFESSPA. He has experience in Agronomy, with emphasis on Agronomic Management and Diagnosis, working mainly on the following topics: applied systemic approach in agronomy, farming system, family agriculture, agronomic and agricultural frontier diagnosis and evaluation of the broad sustainability of agroecosystems, perspective of agroecological development and related themes. Currently composes a National Network of Agroecology Centers and the Brazilian Agroecology Association (ABA); Brazilian Society of Production Systems (SBSP). In 2015, concluded the post-doctoral stage of UFRPE, linked to the Department of Education - Agroecology and Peasantry Center (NAC / DED / UFRPE). He is currently an Associate Professor I at NCADR / UFPA.

 
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Noemi Sakiara Miyasaka Porro

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She is a researcher and professor at the Federal University of Pará, having a degree in Agronomy Engineering from the Luís de Queiroz School of Agriculture of the University of São Paulo (1983), a Masters in Tropical Conservation and Development from the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Florida 1997) and a Doctorate in Social Anthropology from the University of Florida (2002). Since 1986 she has collaborated with the social organizations of the social movement of the Babaçu Coconut Breakers. In 2008, she joined UFPA as an effective professor in the Agrarian Sciences and Rural Development Center and coordinated the Amazonian Agriculture Graduate Program, an interdisciplinary area, teaching at the Master’s program in Family Agriculture and Sustainable Development. She works in research, teaching and public action, mainly in the following subjects: social conflicts, traditional knowledge, natural resources management, Amazon, agricultural and forestry development, gender and intergenerational social relations in the family unit of production, company-community agreements and Community Forest Management.

 
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Osvaldo Ryohei Kato

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He holds a degree in Agronomy from the Federal Rural University of Amazonia (1978), a master's degree in Agronomy (Phytotechnology) from the Federal University of Lavras (1987) and a Doctorate in Tropical Agriculture from Goettingen University (1998). He is currently Researcher A of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Professor and Advisor of Graduate Programs from the Federal University of Pará and the Federal Rural University of the Amazon. He has experience in the field of Agronomy, with emphasis on Soil Science. Acting mainly on the following topics: Slash-and-burn, Slash-and-mulch, Fire-free land preparation, Nitrogen dynamics, Eastern Amazon and Crop performance.

 
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Roberto Porro

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He holds a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Engineering from the Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (1984), a Master's degree in Conservation and Development from the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Florida (1997) and a Doctorate in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Florida (2002). Between 2003 and 2011, he worked as a senior researcher at the World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF) as regional coordination for Latin America, as well as the Executive Department of the Amazon Initiative Consortium for the Conservation and Rational Use of Natural Resources. Since 2012, he has been a researcher at Eastern Amazon Embrapa in Belém. He has experience in Economic Anthropology, with emphasis on peasantry and the environment, mainly in the areas of land use in the Amazon, economic stratification, peasantry and agroextractivism.

 
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Sonia Maria Simões Barbosa Magalhães Santos

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She holds a degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Bahia (1978), a Master's degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Bahia (1983), a Doctorate in Anthropology from the Federal University of Para and a Sociology from the Université Paris 13 (2007). He is currently Adjunct Professor of the Federal University of Para, linked to the Agrarian Sciences and Rural Development Center. In this University, She is also Professor of the Social Sciences (PPGCS / FFCH), the Amazonian Agriculture (PPGAA / NCADR) and the Natural Resource Management and Local Development in the Amazon (PPGEDAM / NUMA) Graduate Programs.

  
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Walkymário de Paulo Lemos

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Agronomist from the Federal University of Paraíba (1997), Master (2001) and Doctor (2005) in Entomology from the Federal University of Viçosa (UFV). He is currently Head of Research and Development (R & D) of Eastern Amazon Embrapa (Belém, PA) - and permanent professor of the Amazonian Agriculture Graduate Program (PPGAA) of the Federal University of Pará (UFPA), which has a multidisciplinary approach. He has dedicated his research to the areas of Integrated Pest Management of the main Amazonian crops (especially Fruit and Palm trees), Biological Pest Control, Botanical Pesticides and Agroecology. In recent years, his research has been more intense in a multidisciplinary perspective, especially with (1) Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of importance for the Amazon; (2) Pest and natural enemies of Palmáceas and (3) Diversity of Natural Enemies in Ecologically Based Systems in the Brazilian Amazon. He is a Research Productivity Fellow (PQ-2) of CNPq and leader of the Research Group "Pest-Insects and Beneficial Plants of Cultivated Plants in the Eastern Amazon". He was Regional Secretary of the Entomological Society of Brazil (SEB) for the State of Pará between 2009-2010. Consultant Ad Hoc of the CNPq and of different national and international periodicals.

 
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William Santos de Assis

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Graduated in Agronomy from the Rural Federal University of Amazonia (1985), Master in Family Agriculture and Development by the Federal University of Pará (1998) and Doctor in Sciences (Development, Agriculture and Society Graduate Program by the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro / CPDA - 2007). He is currently Associate Professor IV and Coordinator (biennial 2016/2017) of the Amazonian Agriculture Graduate Program (PPGAA), Master's Degree in Family Agriculture and Sustainable Development (MAFDS) of the Center for Agrarian Sciences and Rural Development of the Federal University of Pará / Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation - Eastern Amazon / EMBRAPA. Post-Doctorate in the PGDR / UFRGS (February 2011 to January 2012). He develops research in public policies, rural development, territorial development and rural sociology.


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