This dissertation is an ethnography about the manifestation of humor among the Krahô (TO). Will a presentation few moments of the field research in the Krahô villages Pedra Branca and Manuel Alves, where the laugh is present and revel moments of the alterity in and out of the ritual Yetÿopi, the Potato Festival. The figure of the hôxwa take the central place in this ethnography because they are the prerogative that organize the ritual, they dance around the campfire, they make a comic dance and arouse interest of the comics artists non-indigenous (clowns). Recognizing the humor like a technique of sharing of the knowledge and of maintenance of the alterity to the Krahô, here will show the Yetÿopi ritual in the Manuel Alves, in 2018, with the presence of clowns of the Povo
Parrir’s caravan and the hôxwa in comics presentations in the SESC-SP.