Biography

Prof. Klaus Peter Kristian Hilbert

Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Brazil

Professor


Email: hilbert@pucrs.br


Qualifications

1984 Ph.D., University of Marburg, Germany


Publications (Selected)


  1. O’DONNELL, John & HILBERT, Klaus. Hook, Line, or Sinker?: Choices in Archaeological Epistemologies - two South American case studies. In: SILVA, Antônio Carlos da & CAVALCANTI, Vanessa Ribeiro Simon. Ciências humanas: Caráter polissêmico e projeção interdisciplinar. Ponta Grosso, (PR): Atena Editora, 2021.p. 130-147.
  2. HILBERT, Klaus & SOENTGEN, Jens. From the “Terra Preta de Indio” to the “Terra Preta do Gringo”: A History of Knowledge of the. Amazonian Dark Earths. In: MIKKOLA, Heimo Juhani (Orgs.). Ecosystem and Biodiversity of Amazonia. London: IntechOpen, 2020. p. 1-18.
  3. HILBERT, Klaus. Ossos do Ofício: Arqueologia na Prática. Curitiba: Appris, 2020. 307p. (“Bones” of our profession: Archaeology in Practice).
  4. HILBERT, Peter Paul & HILBERT, Klaus. O Rio Mar: Francisco de Orellana e o Rio das Amazonas. Curitiba: CRV Editora, 2020. 200p. (A River-Ocean: Francisco de Orellana and the Discovery of the Amazon River).
  5. HILBERT, Klaus. Charruas e Minuanos: Entre ruptura e continuidade. In: KERN, Arno, SANTOS, Maria Christina; GOLIN, Tau (Orgs.). História geral do Rio Grande do Sul: Povos Indígenas. Passo Fundo-RS: Méritus. 2019, (5), p. 179-205.
  6. HILBERT, Klaus; von GROOTE-BIDLINGMAIER, Carolin; HERZOG-SCHRÖDER. Gabriele; PABST, Erich. E. & TIMPF, Sabine. Terra Preta de Índio: Commodification and Mythification of the Amazonian Dark Earths. GAIA, Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, v. 2, p. 136-143, 2017.
  7. MONTEIRO, Charles; HILBERT, Klaus; GODINHO, Paula (Orgs.) Memória e Patrimônio: Diálogos entre Brasil e Portugal. Porto Alegre-RS: EDIPUCRS, 2017, 190p.
  8. HILBERT, Klaus. Terra Preta als politischer Mythos: “Das Wunder aus dem Regenwald”. Scheidewege. Jahresschrift für skeptisches Denken, v. 45, p. 265-276, 2015/2016. (Terra Preta as a political myth: “The Miracle from the Rainforest”).
  9. HILBERT, Klaus. A Química dos Povos Indígens. Química Nova, v. 9, p. 1141-1150, 2016. (The Chemistry of Indigenous Peoples).
  10. HILBERT, Klaus. Maniok und Curare: Chemie im Regenwald. Tópicos (Bonn), v. 52, p. 26-29, 2013. (Cassava and curare: chemistry in the rainforest).
  11. SOENTGEN, Jens & HILBERT, Klaus. Präkolumbianische Chemie. Chemie in Unserer Zeit, v. 46, p. 322-334, 2012. (Precolumbian Chemestry).
  12. SOENTGEN, Jens & HILBERT, Klaus. Entdeckungen der indigenen Völker Südamerikas. Präkolumbianische Chemie. Chemie in unserer Zeit, n. 46, p. 322-334, 2012. (Discoveries of the indigenous peoples of South America. Pre-Columbian chemistry.).
  13. HILBERT, Klaus. Water in Amazonia. In: HAHN, Hans Peter; CLESS, Karlheinz; SOENTGEN, Jens. (Org.). People at the Well: Kinds, Usages and Meanings of Water in a Global Perspective. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2012, v. 1, p. 232-245.
  14. WAGNER, Gustavo. P.; HILBERT, Klaus. ; TENÓRIO, Maria. C.; BANDEIRA, Dione; OKUMURA, Mercedes. Sambaqui (shell mounds) of the Brazilian coast. Quaternary Research, v. 239, p. 51-60, 2011.


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