Andréa Caselli is a Ph.D. researcher in Religious Sciences from the Federal University of Paraíba. Master in Religion Sciences from the Catholic University of Pernambuco, with a Specialization in History and Afro-Brazilian Culture, being Historiador and Turismologist by the same university. She is a fellow at the Study Group on Interreligious Dialogue and Transdisciplinarity (CNPq), which is part of the Transdisciplinary Observatory of Religions in Recife. She is also a fellow at the Nucleus of Vikings and Scandinavian Studies – NEVE (UFPB, CNPq) and the Nucleus of Nineteenth Century Studies – Belvidera (UFPE, CNPq). Author of the book “Iami Oxorongá: tradition and ancestry”. She has several articles and works published in periodicals and books on History, Religion, Literature and Imaginary.