Margarida Andreatta and the conformation of São Paulo Historical Archaeology
This paper aims to highlight the role of Professor Margarida Davina Andreatta in the strengthening of the Historical (and Urban) Archaeology at São Paulo city through an understanding of her intellectual trajectory and the field to which she belonged. Margarida has participated at the formation of a whole group of archaeologists who worked in São Paulo with perspectives, although following different lines, having common ties, as, for example, the non utilization of the “Neo-brazilian” ceramic tradition terminology and the choice of specific field work methods.
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