All posts tagged: brazil

Gaining Strength with Ant Bites

It is early spring in Denmark, and the tricky changing temperatures mean that people run the risk of getting yet another cold. Getting a cold often means staying in bed and many people drink mug after mug of hot chamomile tea with honey until their […]

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hammock, sleeping, summer, moesgaard, sun, vacation, anthropology, collections

Resting in the shade…

Uhmmm… vacation. The annual break from the hectic normal life. Days to be spent under a blue sky with a cool drink and a good book within reach – in a hammock. This is the recipe – at least for me – for a perfect […]

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brazil, mask, tourism, colours, ethnic, moesgaard, ethnography, anthropology, aarhus, denmark

Mask, Brazil

In the archive of the Ethnographic Collections, Moesgaard Museum, there is a file called “Tourist in the 1960s”. There are no artefacts related to the file, but the files bears witness to an interest in tourism in the middle of the 20th century. Tourism as […]

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