Antonádia Borges teaches Anthropology at the University of Brasilia. She does research along with popular ethnographers who dedicate their daily lives to theorize and understand land and housing policies. In places like Brazil and South Africa, it has been among women that she has acknowledged how modernist and developmentalist machines enhance racism and segregation. Her main effort is to teach and spread challenging perspectives and diverging political stances from peripheral worlds and ontologies.
CONTRIBUTION TO THE FUNAMBULIST MAGAZINE:
– “Brasilia: Misses and Misfits,” in The Funambulist 2 (Nov-Dec 2015) Suburban Geographies.
– The Politics of Space and Time in Brasilia (recorded on September 16, 2014)