Archeology of Memory from Guarulhos territory
The essay presented refers to a teaching experiment as a research
in Public Archeology within the Archaeological Heritage Inventory Project of
Guarulhos developed from 2012 to 2014. Public Archeology is a branch from
Archeology that, even though practiced in different ways, targets at the interlocution between the academic field and the public concerning archaeological
interpretation data in a cross-culture dimension. Thus, by the “cross-culturing’’
amongst Public Archeology, thematic oral history, and recollection, we have
attempted to show recollections and the memories of the people of Guarulhos
relate to the archaeological traces in terms of conception and reception of the
cultural heritage from such territory of the city.
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