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Manuel Querino

Manuel Raimundo Querino

Manuel Raimundo Querino (1851-1923) was a decorated Brazilian artist, journalist, historian, and educator. He founded the Liceu de Artes and the Escola de Belas Artes in Salvador. Querino was a pioneer of the anthropology of Afro-Brazilians in Bahia and conducted research on Capoeira and the mancala game of A-i-ú, which was at this time still played in Salvador.

Manoel Querino was a liberal republican and abolitionist who supported the emancipation of Afro-Brazilians in Bahia.

Publications

Querino, M. 
Os artistas Bahianos. In: Revista do Instituto Histórico e Geográfico da Bahia 1906.
Querino, M. 
Contribuição para a História das Artes na Bahia. In: Diário de Notícias 1909.
Querino, M.
Rio Artistas baianos - Indicações Biográficas. Salvador (Brazil) 1909.
Querino, M.
Bailes pastoris. Salvador (Brazil) 1914.
Querino, M. 
A Raça Africana e os Seus Costumes na Bahia. 5.° Congresso Brasileiro de Geografia na Bahia, Salvador (Brazil) 1916.
Querino, M. 
A Bahia de Outrora: Vultos e Fatos Populares (excerpt). Salvador (Brazil) 1916.
Querino, M.
O Colono Preto como Fator da Civilização Brasileira. 6.° Congresso Brasileiro de Geografia, 1918.
Querino, M.
A arte culinária na Bahia. Salvador (Brazil) 1928.

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Copyright

© Ralf Gering
Under the CC by-sa 2.5 license.

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