Henrique (or Enrique) Abranches (September 29, 1932 – August 8, 2004) was an Angolan writer and anthropologist born in Lisbon, Portugal. In 1947 he went to Angola, where he acquired citizenship. With Pepetela he founded in Algiers the Angolan Studies Center, where they worked at writing a handbook of the history of Angola. After independence, he was committed to cultural intervention. He was a teacher in higher education, besides being a poet, fiction writer, essayist and playwright. He was also the Director of the National Museum of Slavery, Angola.
- National Literature Award (1981) for Konkhava de Féti.
- National Literature Award (1988) for O Clã de Novembrino
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