P119
Afro-Brazilian readings: multiple analyses of the African diaspora in Brazil
Convenors:
Estelio Gomberg (Univesidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Bahia)
Ana Cristina de Souza Mandarino (Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz)
Chair:
Estelio Gomberg, Clarice Mota, Leny Trad, Moha Hajji, Ricardo de Oliveira Freitas
Discussant:
Ana Cristina de Souza Mandarino
Location:
2E07
Start time:
27 June, 2013 at 11:30
Session slots:
3

Short abstract:

The interest of the Afro-Brazilian Readings Panel is directed at the opportunity to gather in this space, approaches on the African Diaspora in Brazil and interaction with subjects of different natures professionals,

Long abstract:

The interest of the Afro-Brazilian Readings Panel is directed at the opportunity to gather in this space, approaches on the African Diaspora in Brazil and interaction with subjects of different natures professionals, providing a kaleidoscope of looks and ideas, whose background brings out the productions and manifestations african-descended populations in different historical periods. A crucial aspect of this ambition is to raise the awareness that in Brazil, at various levels of social life were / are appropriate for african descent groups according to their characteristics and values, their interests and their interactions with the national society. Thus, this interaction points thus constructed contexts in history, subjectivity, and mentalities that mark the paths visible / invisible these groups in Brazil.