Eduardo Viveiros de Castro

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro is an internationally recognized Brazilian anthropologist whose work focuses on the indigenous peoples of the Amazon and the development of a decolonial anthropology through the concepts of ‘perspectivism‘ and the ‘extramodern’. The author of Cannibal Metaphysics (2014), From the Enemy’s Point of View (1992), and The Ends of the World (with Déborah Danowski, 2016), he is currently Professor of Anthropology at the National Museum of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.