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2020
Thèses
1
  • ELIENE SANTANA DOS SANTOS
  • VIOLENCE AND SUBVERSION IN FE EN DISFRAZ BY MAYRA SANTOS-FEBRES

  • Leader : JULIA MORENA SILVA DA COSTA
  • Data: 3 mars 2020
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  • This research aims to examine the representations of black women found in the novel Fe en disfraz (2009), by black Puerto Rican writer Mayra Santos-Febres. In this novel, among other themes, the writer addresses the colonial violence reported by the characters and how they reverberate in the body of black women today. In this context, it proposes to analyze what relationships the author makes between past and present times, and how she presents the parallels, differences and continuities of the characters' trajectory. It also seeks to analyze how the coloniality of power produced discourses about subjugated bodies and how the author rewrites the paths of black women in this decolonial shift in the narrative. It will also present which strategies the writer uses in the porous relationship between the real and the fictional, as a device to create possibilities of subversion within the colonial inheritance system, both in history and in literature.

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  • VICTOR CAMPOS MAMEDE DE CARVALHO
  • THE SECOND VATICAN MYTHOGRAPHER: ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF NARRATIVES ABOUT SATURN AND HIS DESCENDANTS

  • Leader : JOSE AMARANTE SANTOS SOBRINHO
  • Data: 4 mars 2020
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  • This work proposes an annotated translation of the myths about Saturn's offspring within the work of the Second Vatican Mythographer. The work is divided in three parts: the first addresses the Vatican Mythographers and the mythographic tradition; the second discusses translation theory; and the third constitues the translation itself. By Vatican Mythographers we mean the general designation given to the set of three works found, in 1831, by Angelo Mai, then prefect of the Vatican. The works - which are named First, Second and Third Mythographers - compile a variety of Greco-Roman myths, falling within the extensive mythographic tradition. To contextualize where the Second Mythographer is positioned, a brief history of mythography and its main works is presented. In the scope of translation, notions of the classical theory of translation are displayed in order to contextualize the practice of translation in contemporary times, thus seeking to understand what the act of translation consists of and what the role of the translator within this process is. It is also discussed about the translator's ethical role in creating new identities and imagery about the cultures of the works he translates. Finally, the translation of the myths is presented, with the explanatory notes serving to elucidate more obscure passages, identify historical or mythological figures, and point out the classic sources of the texts.

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  • NORMA SUELI DE ARAÚJO MENEZES
  • THE BUILDING OF MEMORY IN AMULET, BY ROBERTO BOLAÑO

  • Leader : JULIA MORENA SILVA DA COSTA
  • Data: 6 mars 2020
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  • This research has as its central theme the construction of memory based on the analysis of the work Amuleto (1999), by the Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño (1953-2003). Our goal is to identify how the construction of memory occurs in the narrator character Auxilio Lacouture, understood by us as the personification / image of literary and political memories. For the elaboration of this work, interlocutions were made with theorists who deal with the question of memory, history and the past, as well as authors who point out in the avant-garde movements probable paths to literature as we consider that these issues, in addition to permeating the analyzed work and directly related to the research theme, are necessary for a better understanding of the study proposed here. It was possible to verify that, in the work Amuleto, the delusional account of the narrator character Auxilio Lacouture reconstructs her past from the memories of facts she lived directly and indirectly. We also verified that the fictional texts are instruments that collaborate in the reconstruction of speeches other than the official ones and that the story can be retold and reconstructed through narratives such as the one analyzed in this work.

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  • DÂMARIS CARNEIRO DOS SANTOS
  • História da Paixão do Senhor: genetic edition and study of creation process.

  • Leader : ISABELA SANTOS DE ALMEIDA
  • Data: 26 mars 2020
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  • Regarding the Bahian theater produced in the 1960s, the theatrical work of the actor and playwright João Augusto Azevedo stands out, through the action of the group A Sociedade Teatro dos Novos, whose first expressive output took place in 1961 with the text História da Paixão do Senhor (History of Lord's Passion) in the neighborhoods of Salvador and some towns in Bahia's countryside. The text comes from the adaptation and compilation of two
    medieval texts,
    Mistério da Paixão by Arnould Gréban and O pranto da Madona by Jacopone  da Todi, and the modern text A Via Sacra by Paul Claudel, which have been translated by Estela Froés. The study proposed here seeks to highlight the process of creating HLP carried out by João Augusto. Based on the construction and study of the genetic dossier, a manuscript (1961) was selected, which, due to its drafting circumstance, has erasures in its materialness, in order to make genetic readings on the text and the writing project of João Augusto through a genetic editing. This study brought up one more facet of the playwright João Augusto, contributing with information about the beginning of his career in Bahia and corroborating with his status of importance in the history of popular theater therein.


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  • ALINE CESAR CARVALHO
  • Princesses, Warriors and Revolutionary Women: Rethinking Gender Norms and Identities through Children's Literature

  • Leader : MILENA BRITTO DE QUEIROZ
  • Data: 27 mars 2020
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  • This dissertation deals with the reproduction of gender patterns in childhood and their implications for maintaining oppressive structures that prescribe demarcated places for the socially feminine. To this end, I resort to a genealogy of childhood history that allows me to understand in what ways the social construction around an ideal femininity guided the foundation of children's literature as a didactic-moralizing tool. In these terms, it was also necessary to return to women's history in order to understand how the historically imposed oppressions of gender, race, and class directed them to the need to unite as a group and found an organized movement for the struggle for women's liberation, whose demands and questions guided the beginning of a reflection process about the impacts of literary representations on the formation of the generations of women who grew up reading these stories. From feminist theory, and considering gender as a theoretical tool of literary analysis, I observe how The contemporary Brazilian children's literature has proposed places of female protagonism that break with physical and behavioral stereotypes commonly conditioned to the female. Six feminine-juvenile literary works of female authorship, published in Brazil, were chosen to compose the corpus of this research, they are: A pior princesa do mundo (Anna Kemp, publisher Peace and Earth), Por que só as princesas se dão bem? (Thalita Rebouças, Rocco publisher), the two volumes of Histórias de ninar para garotas rebeldes (Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo, Vergara & Ribas publishers), Meu crespo é de rainha (bell hooks, Boitatá publisher) and Rainhas (Ladjane Alves Souza, publisher EDUFBA). By analyzing them as representative of a contemporary literary and editorial segment, I seek to strengthen the debate about the importance of children's and youth literature for the construction of the imagination, and of a feminist and anti-racist education for the formation of a critical consciousness since childhood.

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  • ANA PAULA SILVA SANTOS
  • Book I of the First Vatican Mythographer: introductory study, translation and notes

  • Leader : JOSE AMARANTE SANTOS SOBRINHO
  • Data: 31 mars 2020
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  • In order to contribute to the study and translation of literary works from late Antiquity and the Middle Ages that are under development at the Federal University of Bahia, in the Postgraduate Program in Literature and Culture, the present work consists of presenting the first proposal of translation into Portuguese of the work known as the First Vatican Mythographer, Book I, whose author is anonymous. The work, which is part of the group known as Mythographi Vaticani, is a compilation of classic myths that, during the Middle Ages, were reinterpreted in the light of Christian moral philosophy. The translation is accompanied by notes and an introductory study in which is approached the mythographic genre and the survival of ancient myths through interpretations (evemerist, physical, psychological and moral), and which also is discussed the handwritten tradition, the printed tradition, and the sources used by the mythographer.

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  • RAMON SILVA DO ROSÁRIO
  • Semiótica y traducción: la poesía concreta como traducción intersemiótica e sus alcances.

  • Leader : JORGE HERNAN YERRO
  • Data: 1 avr. 2020
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  • Este trabajo tiene como objeto de estudio la relación entre Semiótica y
    Traducción, a partir de la Poesía Concreta, que, como género intermediático,
    presupone la existencia de relaciones de traducción entre el sistema verbal y el no
    verbal. Se ubica, por lo tanto, dentro del área Literatura, en los estudios de
    Traducción Intersemiótica. Se presume la traducción como un acto comunicativo
    posiblemente presente donde haya comunicación. El trabajo, aquí desarrollado,
    busca repensar conceptualmente la traducción a partir de la comprensión de que en
    la Poesia Concreta ocurre traducción intersemiótica en sí misma, es decir, entre lo verbal y lo no verbal, basándose en la Semiótica Peirceana. Repensar significa re-significar el acto de traducir entendiéndolo como actividad vital de los seres humanos bajo la condición de poseedores de lenguaje. El Concretismo profana la convención de la propia lengua/lenguaje con signos icónicos. El entrelugar de los dos sistemas presenta un diálogo que constituye la parte principal de la materialización de los poemas. Es en el cerne de estas relaciones que ocurre las traducciones. Para reconocer estas relaciones de traducción es necesario repasar/revisar todo lo que se sabe sobre el acto de traducir y lo que se les aplica, o no, a los poemas concretos. La desconstrucción desencadenada por el Concretismo abre espacio para nuevas posibilidades de recepción del texto. El poema concreto puede ser leído a partir de varios sentidos, sin linearidad, sin prioridad cronológica y lógica (características comunes en traducciones convencionales) entre lo verbal y lo no verbal, esto como efecto de ser producto de creación-traducción de un autor-traductor.

     

Thèses
1
  • MOISÉS OLIVEIRA ALVES
  • LABORATÓRIO CLARICE: EXPERIMENTAÇÃO, CLÍNICA E VIDÊNCIA

  • Leader : JORGE HERNAN YERRO
  • Data: 16 mars 2020
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  • The present work is an analysis of the novel The Passion according to G.H and the short story The Egg and the Chicken, by Clarice Lispector, from a glossary of contemporary art as experimentation, clinic, territory, production of clairvoyance and delicacy. In this perspective, the poetic texts are treated like essays, manifestos of art, performances of the writing, in which they unfold their conceptual personages, constructed singularly by Clarice. The goal is to capture the writer's uniqueness and her ways of reading our present time. The meeting of the writer of this text and the texts of Clarice takes place at a crossroads, situating the thesis in the theoretical network of performative or dramatic critique, thus breaking the opposing boundaries between literature, criticism and philosophy, and extending in maximum volume relations between scripture, affection, thought and life.

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  • JOBER PASCOAL SOUZA BRITO
  • BODY AS SCREEN, CITY AS ARENA
    The ways of the body in the films Cidade Baixa and Ó Paí, Ó.

  • Leader : DECIO TORRES CRUZ
  • Data: 27 mars 2020
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  • This work adopts the body as a productive pathway so to reach the feature films Cidade Baixa, by Sérgio Machado (2005) and Ó Paí, Ó, by Monique Gardenberg (2007), which will serve as the scientific basis for this study. By acknowledging the current context of spectacularization of the contemporary cities, we aim to investigate which "microresistances" result from this process and which urban experiences are stimulated in the characters and actors' bodies, thus configuring different “corpographies.” We then proceed to questions related to the pragmatic occupation of the cities through the inventive spatial practices and the social memory generated by the register of experience — a type of urban skin or writing —, which the very city drafts and structures in the individual through his or her experience. Such register also imprints its marks upon the cinematographic narratives, being its skin the screen upon which the day-to-day experience is intertwined in the urban writing, both as vestige and witness. Thus, it is possible to understand the cinema as part of the repertoire of images continuously multiplied through the city. The line of thinking that articulates the ideas here presented aims to remark the ambivalent relations between the human and urban bodies, in which the ways of symbolization and ritualization of the social bonds are intertwined to the informational flows that make possible to understand the city as an arena of the multiplicity, through the defining of borders and accommodating of new techniques of intervention and resistance by the adoption of errant experiences. The bibliographic survey and the investigation object have led us towards a series of theoretical reflections fostered by Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, Michel Foucault, Michel de Certeau, Guy Debord, Giorgio Agamben, Zygmunt Bauman, Vladimir Safatle, Milton Santos, Achille Mbembe, Frantz Fanon, Paola Berenstein Jacques, among others.

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  • JORGE AUGUSTO DE JESUS SILVA
  • BLACK MODERNISM: amefricanidade, oralitura and continnum in Lima Barreto

  • Leader : JOSE HENRIQUE DE FREITAS SANTOS
  • Data: 31 mars 2020
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  • Abstract: This text invests in the discussion about the existence, constitution and characterization of a black modernism, in Brazilian literature, triggered from the work of Lima Barreto. At first, after a brief discussion on the central discursive formations of São Paulo modernism, we investigated the tensions, continuities and ruptures that mark the relations between the Rio de Janeiro author and the group of the week of 22. In this framework, central categories in the constitution of the field national literary texts such as: between-place, rupture and critical assimilation are considered inappropriate, as an exclusive critical apparatus, to instrumentalize the understanding of the specificities of Barretian work, which, in turn, brings into play an epistemic and political repertoire linked to the black cultural tradition in Brazil, until then neglected by the traditional field of Brazilian criticism. With this movement, Lima Barreto's work requires, for his exegesis, a new set of theoretical and critical devices that challenged and challenged the literary field. In the sequence, we seek to demonstrate how the attributes of the Barretian work are marked by black-Brazilian culture. We used three notions as the basis for this argument: language, territory and memory. From these discursive nuclei we endeavor to present two central aspects of the Barretian work: a) how the work of the black novelist dialogues intensively with the Afro-Brazilian cultural repertoire, resulting from the processes of reterritorialization of African culture in Brazil; b) the fact that his work constitutes a powerful critical contribution to the modern project, above all, the way it was developed in Brazil, through the duplication of the colonial structure in the modernizing movements of Brazilian society. In the third movement of this text, we seek to speculate on the contributions of Lima Barreto's work to contemporary Brazilian society, starting from three nuclei: the constitution of an ethics, its contribution to the work of the black intellectual, and its importance in the constitution of a criticism literature that is less Eurocentric and more open to dialogues with the multiple epistemic inscriptions of Brazilian culture. As a starting point for this research, we established Lima Barreto's novels as a corpus, and undertook a bibliographic survey of his works and Brazilian modernism. In establishing the theoretical framework, we resort to dialogue with a field that has been solidifying in Brazilian criticism and which is characterized by the production of a critical and analytical repertoire produced from black culture in Brazil, therefore, consistent with the central objective of this study, or that is, to analyze the work of Lima Barreto from a non-Eurocentric theoretical framework, thinking and pushing the limits of the critical field of Brazilian letters. For this purpose, we dialogue more intensely with the works of Muniz Sodré (2002), (2017), Leda Maria Martins (1997), Lélia Gonzáles (1988) and Beatriz Nascimento (2007), José Henrique Freitas (2016), Edmilson de Almeida Pereira ( 2010), (2017)

2019
Thèses
1
  • EDSON CÉSAR DE SOUSA SOBRINHO
  • Three translated essays: Edouard Glissant
    in aphrodiasporic criticism.

  • Leader : JORGE HERNAN YERRO
  • Data: 29 janv. 2019
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  • À l’horizon des questions de traduction littéraire et culturelle, cet ouvrage se propose
    d’examiner à travers la critique afrodiasporique la traduction de trois essais en français vers le
    portugais. Ainsi, le domaine de la traduction sera la voie à suivre pour jeter un pont sur cette
    discussion (traduction) critique. Pour ce faire, notre corpus est composé de trois essais du
    philosophe noir né en Martinique Édouard Glissant : auteur de pièces de théâtre, romans,
    poèmes et essais philosophiques qui transcendent les imaginaires tels que Relation, Divers et
    Poétique. Ceux-ci, en plus de la Mémoire, nous aideront à réfléchir au processus de construction
    et d’analyse de la traduction des essais : Le cri du monde, La Pensée archipélique et La mémoire
    de l’auteur cité. J’ajoute également que ma formation de traducteur s’est déroulée — également
    — à travers les discours critiques sur la négritude, les études culturelles, la philosophie et la
    traduction culturelle. De cette manière, nous soulignons l’appartenance raciale et culturelle de
    l’auteur choisi ici. Par conséquent, ce sera à travers la Pensée Afro-Diasporique que nos
    commentaires et observations circuleront. Toujours attentif à la multiplicité des formations des
    modes intellectuels qui se sont produites — en Amérique et pas seulement — des diasporas
    noires. Je souhaite dire que l’afrodiasporique n’est pas une circonscription dans une région
    géographique bien qu’il n’existe pas – afrodiasporique — en dehors de certaines zones
    géographiques. En d’autres termes, je présenterai une critique afrodiasporique à partir et à
    travers les études de la traduction et de son processus de création. La préparation de cette
    critique prendra la forme d’essais critiques avec des analyses-commentaires sur la traduction et
    les questions de l’auteur choisi. Ainsi, dans un dialogue ouvert et suggestif aux questions
    spécifiques à la place de la traduction en communion avec les questions découlant de tout
    processus d’analyse et de préparation des traductions. Il faut dire qu’il n’y a pas de souhait
    finaliste dans cet essai (thèse de maîtrise). De cette manière, cette thèse limite davantage
    l’exercice philosophique pour mieux comprendre les relations, la traduction. Tout comme, dans
    une certaine mesure, les études culturelles et la négritude le font. Ceux qui sont pris, dans ce
    travail, comme exemple et route (acteur). Sans épuiser le possible, étudier en cours et construire
    de nouveaux objectifs et fins.

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  • CÁTIA MARIA LANTYER DUARTE
  • Não informado.

  • Leader : LIGIA GUIMARAES TELLES
  • Data: 13 févr. 2019
  • Afficher le Résumé
  • This master's thesis is based on the coincident narrative axis between the novel Onde andará Dulce Veiga? (1990), by Caio Fernando Abreu, and the documentary film Cabra Marcado para Morrer (1984), by Eduardo Coutinho, to present a reading proposal on the occurrence, recognition and resignification of (psychic) the trauma resulting from the violent repression performed by the Brazilian State against citizens and groups who opposed the regime imposed by sectors of the elites in tune with the interests of US imperialism. The chosen working method was the analysis and interpretation of the mentioned literary and cinematic representations in a dialogue with the existing academic historical research addressing persecution, torture, murder and other violent practices during the military dictatorship in Brazil (1964-1985).

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  • KELLANE DOS SANTOS REIS
  • MISOGINY AND FEMINICITY IN CORDEL LITERATURE: AN ANALYSIS OF GENDER RELATIONS

  • Leader : ALVANITA ALMEIDA SANTOS
  • Data: 8 mars 2019
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  • The universe of the cordel literature leaflets is broad and comprises all the social and cultural aspects of the life of a folk. It reflects, therefore, the whole process of the folk’s reality, since the day-by-day difficulties, the occurrence of social injustices, the people’s daily dealings, poverty and work activities. The escape of the daily life occurs through the dream, imagination and mysticism, what means a way of compensation and dealing with social inequalities as well asthe constant challenges that emerge from this reality. Among a diversity of subjects presented by the popular poets, the feminine theme is constantly presented, as well as the narratives that reveal the inferiorization of the feminine gender by the masculine gender. This hierarchy of social roles determines the vulnerability of women in the cordel poems, which exposes them to the most diverse forms of humiliation and gender violence. The purpose of this research is to analyze the cordel literature leaflets, in which I observed the description of some misogyny practices or feminicide; to identify the processes of ideological and cultural domination imposed on the female characters, in popular literature, capable of determining the relations of these violence; to analyze the representation of the woman in the selected poems using theories about poetics of orality and gender relations; to highlight the subaltern place imposed on women in patriarchal societies and the violence to which they are exposed in society that reflected in the cordel literature. Physical, domestic, emotional, and sexual violence, objectification of the female body and feminicide are some of the violence I observed in the selected poems. I analyze the representation of the female characters in the process of submission and insubmission to the male, the sociocultural artifices that make them guilty in the processes that victimize them, and I describe the strategies used by the cordel writers as a mean of subversion of social injustices in which male impunity prevails, showing the complicity between men over the feminine. I discuss the importance of the intellectual’s engagement against social injustices and the importance of literature in maintaining the struggle for the democratization of power spaces and active in the defense of equal rights. Social inequality, legitimized by phallocentrism and the naturalization of social roles - determined by sex difference, is arbitrary and present in poems in which female characters have their bodies violated, revealing the dominance of masculine over feminine, in a dynamic relation between fiction and reality.

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  • SÉRGIO MARCONE DA SILVA SANTOS
  • Uncreative Writing and Internet: authorship and oeuvre in contemporary times

  • Leader : LUCIENE ALMEIDA DE AZEVEDO
  • Data: 25 mars 2019
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  • This work aims to investigate whether some works produced in the 21st century can incorporate the dominant logic of the digital age, as well as its ways of doing so, considering that the technique of each period can affect the modes of production, diffusion and fruition of literary works. Recognizing that some of these works have been produced from processes that depict the decentralized and collaborative way in which programmers deal with open source softwares, or by using common gestures among Internet users (such as copy and paste), we suspect that practices may give rise to a peculiar logic to the literature produced in the present, allowing us to think of new configurations for authorship, oeuvre and fruition. In order to achieve this goal, we we based this research on the digital works of Süssekind (1987), Murray (2003), Laddaga (2012, 2013) and Goldsmith (2015), besides submitting our hypothesis to the analysis of some digital productions, namely: É preciso aprender a ficar submerso (2011), by the poet Alberto Pucheu and the visual artist Danielle Fonseca; Sonata dos espectros [2018], by Cínthia Marcelle et al.; Dois palitos [2013], by Samir Mesquita; Um estudo em vermelho (2009), by Marcelo Spalding; Como piedra y martillo (2018), by Carolina Mendonça; and non-digital works, such as Traffic (2007) and Trânsito (2016), written by Kenneth Goldsmith dubbed by Leonardo Gandolfi and Marília Garcia, and Sessão (2017) by Roy David Frankel.

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  • DJANINE ALEONORA BELÉM GOMES
  • "SHINING, AUTHOR, / AS IF HE WAS THE POEM": THE IMAGINARY OF THE BODY IN THE POETRY OF HERBERTO HELDER

  • Leader : SANDRO SANTOS ORNELLAS
  • Data: 27 mars 2019
  • Afficher le Résumé
  • This dissertation is dedicated to the study of the Imaginary of the body in the poetry of
    Herberto Helder, from the reading of the poems of the book Or the Continuous Poem (2006),
    of the said Madeiran author, considering the categories of analysis: language; the body; or
    eroticism. Since its poetic language aims at founding a utopian world, instead of performing
    the mediation of the real, we believe, in this way, that Herberto Helder points out possible
    reflections on some aesthetic and cultural transformations that mark contemporaneity. It is
    sought to analyze the work of the poet through this thread, taking as an example the procedure
    performed by Erich Auerbach (1950). When analyzing the subjectivity of the poems, it is
    observed that author and work enter into a process of resistance, assuming a critical posture of
    modern poetry. These observations are based on the concepts of illegibility, obscurity and
    resistance, proposed in the critical studies of Dal Farra (1986), Guedes (1979) and Bosi
    (1977), respectively. Moreover, the culmination of this language is observed in an erotic
    body, as Georges Bataille analyzes (1980). Thus, Herbertian poetics signs an aesthetic
    performance between word and body in a state of deconstruction and continuous construction,
    a kind of erotic metamorphosis in a permanent state of continuity with the poetic body.

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  • VANESSA IVE PIMENTA DOS SANTOS
  • A CRÔNICA NA CONTEMPORANEIDADE:
    CORALIDADE E EXPOSIÇÃO DE SI NAS CRÔNICAS DE ANTONIO PRATA,
    TATI BERNARDI, GREGORIO DUVIVIER E ANDRÉ SANT'ANNA

  • Leader : LUCIENE ALMEIDA DE AZEVEDO
  • Data: 8 avr. 2019
  • Afficher le Résumé
  • The main objective of this master’s thesis is to investigate some ways of production in
    which chronicles are written nowadays. Given the diversity of this production, the work
    presents two distinct possibilities of reading it. The first focuses in the analysis of the
    overexposure of the subject who writes and possesses as c orpus the chronicles of
    Antônio Prata ( Trinta e poucos, 2014) and Tati Bernardi ( Homem-objeto e outras coisas
    sobre ser mulher, 2 018); the second perspective of analysis investigates the presence of
    chorality (a term derived from contemporary theater studies) in chronicles of Gregório
    Duvivier ( Put some farofa, 2 014) and André Sant’Anna ( O Brasil é bom, 2014). Based
    on characteristics of the genre, such as the use of the first person and the chronicler's
    attention to the vicinities, the research analyzes the displacements promoted by the
    chronicler's view that put the genre in dialogue with the narratives of the "I", the
    writings of the Internet and the visibility phenomena discussed by Paula Sibilia (2008)
    and Denise Schittine (2004). On the other hand, it also identifies in the universe of the
    current chronistic production a choral logic that decentralizes the figure of the
    chronicler to invest in a profusion of speech registered by the chronicle. The presence of
    chorality in the chronicles permeates the discussions presented by Jean-Pierre Sarrazac
    (2002), in the theater, and by Flora Sussekind (2013), to think contemporary literature.
    The diversity of the current chronistic production and the theoretical-analytical
    investment carried out by this work reinforce the plurality of the genre and the
    continuity in the present of a genre attentive to its surroundings and to questions of
    interest in literary theory.

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  • GABRIEL WIRZ LEITE
  • The novelist is free; the biographer is tied: Virginia Woolf and biography

  • Leader : ANTONIO MARCOS DA SILVA PEREIRA
  • Data: 12 avr. 2019
  • Afficher le Résumé
  • Biography has been often discussed in the contemporary critical studies, a moment characterized, among
    other things, by an increasing rupture of the borders that separate textual and literary genres, by new aesthetic
    statutes, and by different conceptions of subjectivity and identity. Thus, I selected as my research theme the
    criticism of the biographical genre made by the writer Virginia Woolf in her two main essays on the subject, and
    the relation of the ideas articulated in these essays and Orlando (a book that has “a biography” as subtitle).
    To do this, I make considerations on biography and an analysis of the referred essays, The new
    biography and The art of biography, and the relation between Woolf’s ideas on the topic and the literary
    field in which she produced them. Then, I expose some contemporary criticism on Woolf’s thoughts on biography.
    In the final chapter, I analyze Orlando. Such analysis is made in relation to the questions discussed in the
    previous chapters, such as: the repercussion of Lytton Strachey’s and Harold Nicolson’s books on Orlando,
    the mixture of autobiography, biography, and fiction, and the rupture of paradigms not only artistical or
    epistemological, but also of subjectivity, identity, sexuality, and gender.

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  • JIRLAINE COSTA DOS SANTOS
  • ROSA CUCHILO, DE ÓSCAR COLCHADO LUCIO A YUYACHKANI: PERFORMANCE Y VIOLENCIA POLÍTICA EN EL PERU

  • Leader : CARLA DAMEANE PEREIRA DE SOUZA
  • Data: 23 avr. 2019
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  • El conflicto armado ocurrido en Perú en los años de 1980 hasta 2000 resultó en diversas muertes, secuestros y desaparecimientos de personas lo que marcó la historia del país por sus efectos traumáticos con la muerte de más de 70 mil personas. Delante de eso, muchas familias fueron afectadas pela perdida de sus parientes. Mujeres perdieron sus hijos y esposos sin tener ninguna respuesta sobre sus destinos. Con el objetivo de luchar por sus derechos y traer a la memoria la difícil situación que vivenciaron, en 1983 bajo el liderazgo de Angélica Mendoza, fue creada a ANFASEP - Asociación Nacional de Familiares de Secuestrados, Detenidos y Desaparecido del Perú. Esa asociación tiene el objetivo de luchar por los derechos humanos, buscar respuestas e informaciones sobre sus muertos y desaparecidos durante el conflicto. La lucha de esas mujeres tuve una gran repercusión en todo el mundo estando así representada también en la literatura de su país a través de la novela Rosa Cuchillo (1997), del escritor ancashino Óscar Colchado Lucio. La narración de la novela presenta el testigo ficcional de la protagonista Rosa Wanka que en medio a la violencia de la guerra sale a la busca del hijo Liborio, secuestrado por los guerrilleros. La presente Disertación presenta el análisis del proceso de la traducción intersemiotica de la novela para la acción escénica desarrollada por el Grupo Cultural Yuyachkani, en 2002. La investigación realizada a partir de los abordajes interdisciplinar y comparativo, dentro de los estudios de Traducción Cultural e Intersemiótica, establece diálogos entre los estudios andinos y las artes escénicas y la performance. Así serán identificados los aspectos involucrados en el proceso de adaptación del texto narrativo, que tiene como objetivo la manutención de la memoria colectiva como también dar énfasis a la cultura andina a través de la representación de su cosmogonía.

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  • CRISTIANA ALMEIDA DE SOUSA
  • ATTI DI TRADUZIONE PER IL MONOLOGO - CONTRASTO PER UNA SOLA VOCE - DI DARIO FO E FRANCA RAME

  • Leader : JORGE HERNAN YERRO
  • Data: 30 avr. 2019
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  • Questa dissertazione di master vuole presentare alla comunità accademica e teatrale il monologo Contraste de uma so voz, una traduzione del monologo Contrasto per una sola voce, della coppia italiana Dario Fo e Franca Rame, che fa parte dello spettacolo Tutta casa, letto e chiesa, così come commentare, a partire dai presupposti teorici, il processo di traduzione. Anche volgere sull’esperienza dalla traduttrice, come modo di evidenziare la soggettività che attraversa il processo di traduzione, sia per mezzo di atti realizzati di maniera cosciente quanto inconscio. Inizialmente, le idee della traduttrice Lenita Esteves hanno impresso la giusta direzione, al concepire, a partire dalla Teoria degli Atti Linguistici del filosofo del linguaggio, John Austin, la traduzione nella sua dimensione di atti, evidenziando il suo carattere performativo. Trattandosi di un testo teatrale, con le sue specificità per la lettura e la traduzione, la teoria di Patrice Pavis è stata fondamentale. Bisogna distaccare il contributo del teorico Henri Meschonnic per trattare questioni sul ritmo del testo e la necessità del traduttore inscriversi come soggetto nella traduzione. Per l’analisi della pratica di traduzione, alcune trattative realizzate fra i testi di partenza e di arrivo sono state distaccate e commentate. Per tanto, si è cercato di realizzare una traduzione, in cui il testo di arrivo portasse alcuni segni del testo di partenza, ma che presentasse, anche, i segni culturali locali.

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  • HENRIQUE JÚLIO VIEIRA GONÇALVES DOS SANTOS
  • Ildásio Tavares: the writer between languages 

  • Leader : EVELINA DE CARVALHO SA HOISEL
  • Data: 2 mai 2019
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  • Lexical contributions and syntactic constructions from African languages can be found in Brazilian Terreiros de Candomblé. Such languages were brought to Brazil by enslaved African people in the diasporic process fostered by the Portuguese State during colonization. In this context, this study takes into analysis the use of this linguistic repertoire by the writer Ildásio Tavares in his compositions from the LP Os Orixás (1979) – made in partnership with the musician Luís Berimbau – and in the booklet Lídia de Oxum: Uma Ópera Negra (1995); this one of Tavares’ authorship. It was possible to examine in which ways the artistic usage of this repertoire establishes lines of flight to the understanding of literature as an expression of a national language in this linguistic and artistic representation. Furthermore, this study also analyzed how these traces of yorubaianidade in Ildásio Tavares’ writing provides the contact among the popular culture repertoire, the media culture and the erudite one. Born in the cacao region of Bahia, Ildásio Tavares called the attention of many for having a profile of multiple actions in the cultural scene – as a poet, playwriter, fictionist, essayist and professor of Portuguese literature at Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) -, along with his religious life at Ilê Axé Opô Afonjá, a traditional Terreiro de Candomblé from Ketu nation, located in Salvador (Bahia). At this Terreiro he was honored with the title of Otum Obá Até – a member of the body of Obás de Xangô, a title created by Mãe Aninha, in 1936 to point the twelve ministers of the orisha and their deputies (counselors of the Ialorixá in the civic matters of the Ilê Axé).

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  • SHEYLA SUSANA DO NASCIMENTO
  • THE HOUSE AND THE CITY AS AFFECTIVE SPACES IN THE SOPHIA DE MELLO BREYNER
    ANDRESEN'S POETRY

  • Leader : SANDRO SANTOS ORNELLAS
  • Data: 6 mai 2019
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  • This thesis aims to analyze the spaces of ―house‖ and ―city‖ on the poetic work of the portuguese writer Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen (1919-2004). Considering the historical happenings lived in Portugal: Salazar´s regime (1926-1974), Cravo´s revolution (1974) and the period post revolution (1975), it´s possible to realize that on Sophia´s poetic the spaces of ―house‖ and ―city‖ follow this changes, on the way that translate the affections agitated by the author and by most of portuguese that experienced the horrors of almost 50 years of a dictatorial regime. It´s intended, therefore, analyze how these spaces are presented in poem, from an affectional motivation. This analyze was reached throw the support of theoric-critic of studies about affection, presence and attention of: Baruch Spinoza (2009) on a dialog of another studies, among them Gilles Deleuze (1992), Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht (2010), Gaston Bachelard (2000), Roberto da Mata (1997) and Renato Cordeiro Gomes (1994)

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  • GISELE MOREIRA SANTOS
  • Adaptation and Transmedia in Contemporary Austenmania

  • Leader : CARLA DAMEANE PEREIRA DE SOUZA
  • Data: 17 mai 2019
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  • This dissertation deals with the relations of transmedia with contemporary Austenmania,
    understood here as a result of the constant presence of adaptations of the works of the English
    writer Jane Austen (1775 - 1817) for cinema, TV and internet that reinvent themselves
    dialoguing, with a various range of genres and public. Jane Austen whose complete novels
    Sense and Sensitivity (1811) Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814), Emma
    (1815), Northanger Abbey (1818) and Persuasion (1818) keep echoing in pop culture is a
    great name of relevance within the English literature for becoming a landmark in the
    consolidation of the feminine romance tradition. From then, we point the context in which the
    writing of Austen was formed illustrating the growth of the novel like a genre of important
    relevance in England, which became popular mainly to the female readership. Over time,
    women of the time began to use the novel to write their own narratives from their point of
    view, even though they were silenced by the conventions of patriarchal society as Woolf
    (2014), Showalter (1977) and Grundy (1997) point out. After setting the context, we outline
    here how Austenmania emerged with the consolidation of Jane Austen as a classic, her cult
    for the fans, and her relationship with the new media for which her works have been adapted.
    Taking the adaptations of Austen’s novels launched from the 90’s and the relation with the
    cultural industry, making Austen - texts and life - recurrent in mass - media productions. We
    briefly present how the Austenmania waves were delineated over the decades and how they
    continued to converge with the new media. We question, in dialogue with the concept of
    culture of convergence (JENKINS, 2008), the reasons that make Austen's novels relevant to
    contemporaneity and the capacity we find in her writing to provide materials that serve as a
    construct for the transmedia that through of the new media, empower the possibilities of
    reading and interaction between the public and the objects chosen here to illustrate these
    relations; the web series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries (GREEEN, SU, 2012) and the novel Pride
    and Prejudice (AUSTEN, 1813).

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  • JOAO RICARDO BISPO JESUS
  •  LITERATURE IN SIGN LANGUAGE: THE PERFORMANCE OF THE DEAF WRITER MAURÍCIO BARRETO.

  • Leader : SUZANE LIMA COSTA
  • Data: 31 mai 2019
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  • Deaf people have performed their place of speech via their aesthetics in sign language. Such
    aesthetics is expressed through their body performances which exhibit a plasticity in sign
    languages and, more importantly, an act of resistance of the deaf who shows their cultural and
    identity features through their bodies, as well as they struggle with all sorts of social oppression.
    We could understand the uniqueness of the deaf culture through the performances of Maurício
    Barreto. The current research aims at analyzing literarily his performances which have
    conquered a deep admiration of the deaf community by fostering an identification space as of
    his production in sign language. The work focuses on the analysis of Maurício Barreto’s
    production by selecting two of them – “Barra’s lighthouse in Libras” and “Numbers in Libras”
    – to understand the features of the deaf culture and identify how the literature has been used as
    a political act of the deaf. The uniqueness of the production in sign language allows us to
    identify a contemporary discourse which narrate the way the deaf has resisted, as a linguistically
    smaller group, the barriers of the majority group. Moreover, performances in sign languages
    decentralize fixed ideas about the literary by adopting a discourse that sets forth the subjectivity
    of the deaf, recognizes the sign languages and understands the body of the deaf as a support for
    discursive practices. Reflections are dialoged with the theories which follow: Marvin Carlson
    (2010) on performances; Florencia Garramuño (2014) who discusses the unspecified of the
    Arts; Christinne Greiner (2005) about the body as a support for building new discourses; Marta
    Morgado (2011) and Lodenir Karnopp (2010) about deaf literature; Rachel Spence and Ronice
    Quadros (2006) who show the discourse of the deaf through poetry in sign languages. In
    general, this research led to the understanding that deaf people have also been mobilizing their
    discourses through the art.

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  • JEFERSON SANTOS DO SOCORRO
  • For a critical and afrodiasporic analysis of the translation of the novel Ponciá Vicêncio by Conceição Evaristo

  • Leader : DENISE CARRASCOSA FRANCA
  • Data: 6 juin 2019
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  • This work is a theoretical-critical analysis and reflection about the translation process of the novel Ponciá Vicêncio, by the Afro-Brazilian writer Conceição Evaristo (2003), for the United States English made by Paloma Martinez-Cruz and published by Host Publication in 2007. For this analysis, we take into consideration translation as cultural practice traversed by the intersectional relationship between the text, the contexts (aesthetic, political-economic, social, and historical) mediated by subjectivity, social class, racial ethnic condition, gender, translator`s motivation and interests. Translating Afro-Diasporic textualities is not just a linguistic activity, but an ethical, aesthetic-political, ontological activity that enables multiple connectivities of modes of being, seeing and existing in the world of the diverse cultures that were forced to be dispersed in the world by the processes of slavery and colonization. This type of translation has its extreme complexity, since most of the textualities present a political and ethical content in order to causing effects of meanings that can contribute to the restitution of human dignity holistically of the black populations in Afro Diaspora. This analysis will be made taking into account the cultural, linguistic, aesthetic, historical-cultural and political contexts of the production of the narrative intrinsically related to Afro-Diasporic questions and to the literary project of the writer, since we have noticed inconsistencies with the mentioned specificities, whose reverberations are quite significant. The work dialogue with theorists and critics of Afro-Brazilian translation and literature, such as Kwame Anthony Appiah (1993), Raquel de Souza (2017), Florentina Sousa (2006), Maria Nazaré Lima (2006) Cristian Salles (2017) and others. Two Afro-Diasporic intellectuals, the Afro-American Geri Augusto (2017) and Afro-Brazilian Denise Carrascosa (2017) are also brought to the work, whose thinking has guided the work in a transversal wa

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  • ISABELA ARAÚJO CALMON
  • Edition and philological criticism for Uma Alegre Canção Feita de Azul by Yumara Rodrigues

  • Leader : ROSINES DE JESUS DUARTE
  • Data: 7 juin 2019
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  • This work aims to present the edition for Uma Alegre Canção Feita de Azul by Yumara Rodrigues. The textwaswritten in 1973, in Rio de Janeiro, tobestagedbytheplaywrightherself, whowas afamousactressfrom Bahia.This monologue, accordingtotheauthor, isautobiographicaland it integratesthe set oftheatricaltextscensoredduringthemilitarydictatorship in Brazil. Throughthe editorial work, as well as theexerciseof philological criticism, it ispossibletoperceivethisfemininewritingemanates a denseregimentedorchestrationthatreveals a counter-hegemonicdiscourse. Thisphilologicalpracticeallowsustograspthetheatricalcensoredtext as cultural patrimonyof a societyand a historicalperiod. Thus, it ispossibletocarry out studiesthatpermeatedifferentfieldsofknowledge, such as Literature, Historyand Cultural Studies.Finally, it isbelievedthatwhenworkingwith a manuscripttoestablish it critically, thereader-philologist-editor faces notonlythepossibility, butalsotheneedtoperform a philologicalpraxisthat starts to position itself more and more againsttheaesthetic-politicalprojectsnarrativeofdomination.

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  • THAISA CRISTOFOLETI DE VASCONCELOS
  • Literature e literary politics: critical reading of the National School Library Program (Programa Nacional Biblioteca da Escola, PNBE). 

  • Leader : SUZANE LIMA COSTA
  • Data: 10 juin 2019
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  • Bearing in mind that the idea and the literary value hold transitory definitions constructed by discursive agencies shifting in a symbolic field and considering the State literary policies as one of the main promoting and legitimating agents of the literary field, as for instance, the actions held by the National School Library Program (Programa Nacional Biblioteca da Escola, PNBE), the aim of this research is to understand which literary constructs have been reinforced within the program. Is it possible to understand how the PNBE collection contributed to strengthen or weaken hegemonically consolidated literature patterns? Identifying and assessing, by means of official documents and the critical reading of one of the most recent PNBE literary collections, which literary and cultural representations articulate as a national project, brings to surface the selection and exclusion process that helped to institutionalize literary canons. Supported by the studies of Eagleton (2006), Souza (2002), Reis (1992), Lajolo e Zilberman (2004), Dalcastagnè (2012), Nora (1993), together with the analysis of the selection public notices and the critical reading of the 2013 PNBE literary collection, the research results showed that the PNBE has been split in three phases with distinct literary and political concepts, in constant progression along the years, as an attempt of increasing the legitimacy camp of the literary scene (thematic field, gender, authorship, representation), overcoming the prop of a limited panoramic view, produced by the selection processes themselves. The research showed that this tension in the literary territory in a national program can potentially contribute for the construction of a discursive imaginary field as well as a cultural and collective literary memory throughout the generations of readers to come and their formation all over the national territory.

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  • CAMILA DO NASCIMENTO CARMO
  • RIOGRAFIAS Y REEXISTENCIAS NEGRAS: LA POESIA DE LIVIA NATALIA

  • Leader : ARIVALDO SACRAMENTO DE SOUZA
  • Data: 11 juin 2019
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  • Esta investigación presenta una cartografíaenriografías de poemas publicados por la poeta Lívia Natália. Para esta construcción coloco enmovimientolosprocedimientos estéticos, artísticos y políticos de lasproduccionesliterarias de la escritora en busca de comprendercómoconsistenenreexistencias a losestereotiposcoloniales, racistas y sexistas enladirección de mujeres negras de manera a romper lasfronteras de la literatura poniéndolaenexpansión. Los discursos fabricados sobre elcuerpo de lamujer negra que escribe se muevenenlasgrietas y grietas y exponenlos modos de funcionamiento de lacolonialidaddel género, conlo que lasreexistenciasdicendel racismo y sexismo que funcionanenel discurso colonial y desnudanlas condiciones de producciónla escritura literaria negra y femenina. Siendoasí, desarrollarproblemastizaciones acerca de los poemas publicados enloslibros de la poeta a fin de analizar discursos que circulan y sonproducidos sobre lamujer negra de manera a comprendercómolas relaciones de poder se establecen frente a laproducciónliterarianegrafemininaforman parte de los elementos constitutivos de este trabajo .Además de construir tales problemáticas acerca de los textos literarios de la escritora baiana contemporánea Lívia Natália, elentendimiento delineado es que tanto lainvestigación como la poética de los textos seleccionados para este trabajoconsistenenriografías, laentiendo como unprocedimiento de creación estético para la labor crítico-teórica de lacuallas aguas se ponen a escurrir por el mapa. Siendoasí, problematizar lascontradicciones entre hegemonía y reexistenciasenla poética baiana contemporáneaenel contexto de colonialidad, responden a lo que puede una lírica de rupturas existentes enla poética de Lívia Natália.

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  • BRUNA LOPES ARAUJO
  • "Não informado pelo discente"

  • Leader : CARLA DAMEANE PEREIRA DE SOUZA
  • Data: 18 juin 2019
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  • "Não informado pelo discente"

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  • MIRELA DORNELLES GONZALEZ PAZ
  • Primer Three cheers for the baby! in audiobook: the creation of a script for audio drama

  • Data: 8 août 2019
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  • The present research focuses on the analysis of the creative process of a script developed for audio drama, from the perspective of an actress who is a geneticist, researcher. This dissertation is based on the theoretical-methodological perspective of the genetic criticism proposed by authors, such as Biasi (2010), Salles, (2008) and Grésillon (2007); and also on studies about the actor´s work developed by Stanislawski (2002), Brecht 1978) and Vargens (2013). The referred audiobook was developed as an adaptation that had as its starting point the primer entitled Three cheers for the baby! (2016), a guide for parents of children with microcephaly and was produced by PRO.SOM. A Research Group of Translation, Creation Process and Sound Studies: Interlingual and Interarts Studies, Federal University of Bahia. It was produced with the aim of making the material accessible to people with low educational level, visually impaired or with low vision, especially for parents whose children suffer from microcephaly.

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  • MIRELA GONÇALVES CONCEIÇÃO
  • UN ESTUDIO DE LA NOVELA LEITE DERRAMADO DE CHICO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA: PROSA POÉTICA, CANCIÓN E HISTORIA

  • Leader : ANTONIA TORREAO HERRERA
  • Data: 20 août 2019
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  • El presente trabajo analiza la construción narrativa del romance Leite Derramado (2009), del Chico Buarque y enfatiza la relación existente entre la su postura autoral y la obra estudiada. Aunque sea más famoso por su expresión como cantante y compositor, el autor posee una producción literaria que se efectiva en confluenza con su obra musical y, pelo facto de ser consagrado como cantante y compositor, él causa una tensión en el interior del campo literario, porque quedan dudas sobre el valor de su obra. El término “músico” usado por sus dectratores para la su inferiorización como escritor es lo mismo término que él utiliza para marcar la su singularidade en el espacio literario. Además, se nota en las intervenciones de Chico Buarque y en la novela estudiada la manutención de una marca que se manifiesta en la extensión de su carrera: el análisis crítico de la sociedad brasileña. Así, la disertación presenta la búsqueda por un análisis de la novela Leite Derramado, en consideración a los aspectos de su produción intelectual anterior, tanto en lo que respecta a música, quanto al su posicionamiento político, apostando en la emergencia de uma figura autoral en la superfície de la novela que no se despega de su postura de escritor. Para ello, se utilizó la noción de “campo literário” desarollada por Pierre Bourdieu y la noción de “postura literária”, tal cual estudiada por Jérome Meizoz. Silviano Santiago forneció base teórica para se piensar la caracterización de lo escritor latinoamericano y su condición periférica que lo impulsa a reescrebir las narrativas tradicionales insertando su condición. El concepto de “hombre-cordial” del Sérgio Buarque de Holanda fue utilizado para piensar de que manera el escritor Chico Buarque revisita e reescribe la história. Para tratar de los aspectos relativos a la poesia, utilizamos Octávio Paz, Paul Valéry y T.S. Eliot. Y para piensar la interpenetración de la canción en la novela, utilizamos Miguel Wisnik (2004) y Luiz Tatit (2002).

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  • MATHEUS NOGUEIRA BACELLAR
  • The black character in the plays that compose the corpus of the Portuguese dramaturgy of the fifteenth century

  • Leader : MARCIO RICARDO COELHO MUNIZ
  • Data: 22 août 2019
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  • This work intends to analyze the representation of the black character in the plays that compose the corpus of the Portuguese dramaturgy of the fifteenth century, proposing a revisitation of these texts under the perspective and assumptions of Cultural Studies, especially the theories dedicated to the colonial discourse and structural racism. Considered the golden age of the Portuguese Oversea Empire, the sixteenth century was also the moment when the Portuguese theater knew its peak, with Gil Vicente as its greatest exponent. This research seeks to verify, through the critical reading of the records, if and how the colonial narrative is constructed via these dramaturgical texts, trying to identify which elements of the racist discourse are used to reach this goal. It begins, at first, from a contextualization of the expansion period of the Portuguese Oversea Empire until the moment when the black man starts to integrate the Portuguese society of the sixteenth; from the Portuguese expectations at the beginning of the discovery voyages, through the first contacts in Africa and, finally, approaching enslavement and social interaction on Lusitanian soil. From the confrontation between historical speech and literary speech, one seeks an understanding of how the black man was represented in the Portuguese society of the sixteenth century, the mechanisms used in the construction of this representation, the agents involved in this process and the participation of the black himself in it. Therefore, it is expected that, at the end of the dialectical conflict between history and dramaturgy, supplemented by theories of Cultural Studies, it becomes evident the ways in which the colonial narrative is established and justified in this dramaturgy, creating an artificial representation in which the purpose is to oppress the colonized ideologically, with the aim of keeping him eternally bound to the condition of subalternity. It is also expected to verify, from this data, if the sixteenth-century Portuguese theater operated as a kind of ideological apparatus of the State, functioning as a key factor in the circulation of racist discourse and the construction of a society organized through structural racism.

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  • FERNANDA BARBOZA DE CARVALHO NERY
  • l’élaboration du corps féminin dans l’oeuvre Woman at point zero de l’écrivaine égyptienne Nawal El Saadawi (2008).

  • Leader : SUZANE LIMA COSTA
  • Data: 3 sept. 2019
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  • Ce mémoire expose une analyse à propos de l’élaboration du corps féminin dans l’oeuvre Woman at point zero de l’écrivaine égyptienne Nawal El Saadawi (2008). On a pour objectif de discuter des stratégies poétiques qui construisent l’image du corps féminin chez Saadawi (2008). On cherche à comprendre comment il est possible de constituer des dialogues capables de nous indiquer la survie du féminin à travers d’une plasticité artistique, en mettant en lumière les marques de la résistance, de la transgression et de la rupture. En ayant pour but de structurer tel problématique, on utilise comme méthode de recherche les échos produits par l’écrivaine en ce qui concerne les valorisations et les affections du corps, représentés dans l’oeuvre, surtout, à travers du personnage Firdaus, dont le corps est marqué par la circoncision et par la violence conçues par le patriarcat (ce projet de pouvoir qui fonctionne dans la société en tant que pilier du système néo-colonial). Cela dit, pour comprendre l’étude du féminin comme essentiel pour la compréhension de l’oeuvre de Nawal El Saadawi (2008) et aussi à cause de l’importance qu’on attache au positionnement du corps comme substance poétique et politique, on structure ce travail dans les hypothèses théoriques de la critique féministe. On se base sur les noms d’Angela Davis (2016, 2017), Djamila Ribeiro (2017), Sandra Gilbert et Susan Gubar (1979), entre autres et aussi sur les penseurs des affections à l’instar de Baruch Espinosa (2003, 2009) et Vladimir Safatle (2018).

     

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  • KELLEN HAWENA PEREIRA SOUSA
  • Translating trauma: images of memories of Peru's Armed Internal Conflict in Chungui's narratives, drawings and retables

  • Leader : CARLA DAMEANE PEREIRA DE SOUZA
  • Data: 6 sept. 2019
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  • From the political visitation work to the Chungui district, accomplished by Edilberto Jiménez, as part of Peru’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, it was possible that Chungui: Violencia y traços de memoria, by Edilberto Jiménez (2009) allowed coming to many other researchers. In the book, Jiménez compiles ninety-three testimonial and visual story about the period of the Internal Conflict in Peru, which occurred between the years 1980-2000. The narratives are the voices of the Andean people by themselves who are located in Chungui and survived during the Internal Conflict in Peru. The work reveals different facets of Edilberto Jiménez, such as an anthropologist concerned with his surroundings, a craftsman by family inheritance and an organic translator. As part of the corpora in this investigation, there is the book Universos de memoria: Aproximación a los retablos de Edilberto Jiménez sobre la violencia política, edited by Jürgen Golte and Ramón Pajuelo (2012), compound by a catalogue with retables that dialogue directly with some experiences from chunguinos during the time of the Conflict. There are, therefore, three formats that compound the intersemiotic translations present in this Dissertation: the narratives, the drawings and the retables, which supplement and reveal new perspectives to the translation itself and to the traumatic memory of the residents from Chungui. The formats are important because they bring new truth regimes and collaborate so that the chunguinos have an enunciation space and can denounce the precariousness of the life to which they were exposed. This research puts on evidence the narratives of the survivors from this conflict, it also highlights the genre testimonial and retablist art; in addition to showing the wide

    dimension by the Andean worldview. It is through Studies in Cultural and Intersemiotic Translation and Andean Studies that the relationship between traumatic memory in the translations of literary narratives, visual narratives and retable will be presented.

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  • CRISTÓVÃO JOSÉ DOS SANTOS JÚNIOR
  • TRANSLATING THE FULGENTIUS' LIPOGRAM: DE AETATIBVS MVNDI ET HOMINIS.

  • Leader : JOSE AMARANTE SANTOS SOBRINHO
  • Data: 9 sept. 2019
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  • This research deals with the translation process of the prologue and the first four books of the work De aetatibus mundi et hominis, credited to the North African and late-old author Fabius Planciades Fulgentius (the Mythographer), from the edition fixed by Helm (1898). This literary work is divided into 14 books, in a lipogrammatic structure of a consecutive character, and has as its diegetic support the Christian Holy Bible. In the description of his religious narratives, the Mythographer adopts the aesthetically unusual mechanism of letter suppression (lipogram), avoiding words that present a record in the 14 initial elements of the Latin alphabet, which is being maintained in the translation proposal. In this procedure, in theoretical terms, dialogical practices are established with a variety of authors, such as Jacques Derrida, Giorgio Agamben, Haroldo de Campos, Michel Foucault, Antonhy Pym, Lawrence Venuti, Rosemary Arrojo, Lauro Amorim, Alice Ferreira and Michaela Wolf, in the process of discussion of epistemes linked to the field of translation. With regard to the practical scope, its aim is to translate the lipogram, guided by a series of criteria, directed to give life to the lipogrammatic constriction, also avoiding, in Portuguese, the sequential use of letters that go from 'A' to 'D'.

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  • ROBERTA DE ARAUJO LANTYER DUARTE
  • não informado pela aluna

  • Leader : LIVIA MARIA NATALIA DE SOUZA SANTOS
  • Data: 12 sept. 2019
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  • This dissertation reflects on the subjective drawing of the character Poncia Vicencio
    analyzing her emotionality from the notion of a “sensation of emptiness”, described in
    the novel of the same name, written by Conceição Evaristo and published in 2003. The
    analysis starts from emptiness as psychic suffering. as pain; but also as “(re)existence”
    (SOUZA, A. 2009). The text navigates between the constitution of the Self or (as we
    prefer to call it) the character's identity “rivergraphs” (NATALIA, 2017), thinking mainly
    about her childhood experiences, her identification with her grandfather and mother
    and the importance of ancestry in this process that is always in motion; follows for
    reflections on the character's diasporic processes (which we have identified as three)
    and how they affect her emotionality and contribute to the character's increased
    feelings of emptiness; and finally, but seeking to keep the fluid and uninterrupted
    movement evoked by Evaristo's work, this dissertation takes “emptiness” as psychic
    suffering and as (re)existence - mainly from the notion of “banzo” (NUNES, 2008) - and
    argues that this “emptiness”, full of “life force” (OLIVEIRA, 2005), gives rise to Ponciá's
    becoming river. To discuss Ponciá Vicencio's constitution of the Self, as well as the
    effects of racism and chauvinismo on its psychic constitution, psychoanalysis was
    fundamental. However, we will be beyond Freud since the subject of Freudian
    psychoanalysis is intended to be universal and the white universality of Western reason
    does not reach the subjectivity of black women. Psychoanalysis will be accessed
    mainly from Virginia Bicudo (2010), Neuza Souza (1983) and Isildinha Nogueira (2017)
    - black psychoanalysts who subverted the subject of psychoanalysis, thinking the
    subjectivity of black people. Franz Fanon (2008) will also be essential to the analysis
    intended here. In addition, we weave psychoanalytic, feminist, and postcolonial
    “seams” to understand how Poncia Vicencio (re)exists in and out of the empty. After
    all, at the end of the narrative it is in “pure becoming” (DELEUZE, 2015), it becomes
    becoming river. Ponciá Vicencio's return to the river, his and his ancestry gives us
    clues about the possibilities of healing for the psychic sufferings of the black population
    (effects of racism), as well as of the creation world to come; a world of full humanity.

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  • VAGNER DE SOUZA SANTOS
  • FALTAAAAAAAAA------------------

  • Leader : IGOR ROSSONI
  • Data: 26 sept. 2019
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  • This work aims to analyse the romanesque production by the Bahian writer Osório Alves de Castro, it delimited the way he stablishes the construction of telluric elements in Porto Calendário (1961) and its imaginary from Maria Fecha a porta prau boi não te pegar(1978). The research has bibliographic nature, considering the pluridimensional character of the work focused, then proceeds thematic approach of the referred events presented in the corpus. The existential approach and philosophical openness distinguish the Osorian narrative, as well as the insertion in the social criticism, characteristic of the post-1930 generation. Thus, initially in the work we think of the fabric of the author's writing and underlines issues spread in the text, namely the complex socio-historical references and the poetic-philosophical composition of the work (ARAÚJO, 2008; 2009); (VALVERDE, 2007; 2008). The country space / landscape narrated by Osório immerses itself in a given plurissignificant and symbolic telurism, seen beyond the fixed and surrounding aspect, crossed by the imaginary and due to articulations with the power of the myth. From this, the second section focuses on the telluric, but also the ambience, that is, the natural elements connected to it, seeks to analyze possible readings of poetic and geopoetic materiality in Osório's work (BACHELARD, 2003; 2008); (Chevalier, 2006); (Macedo, 2018). At the last moment, the composition of the imagination and myth is approached as a tissue that involves spatiality and narrative. The imaginary as a set of images that, related to each other, constitute the thought of man (DURAND, 2012). Therefore, the primacy of the text is considered and, from that, it mobilizes theoretical contributions as reading operators instruments on the analysis of the sections. It seeks to revisit the Osorian work to appreciate its creative field and motivate the theoretical discussion about it, introducing readers who do not know it.

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  • MARCOS ANTONIO DOS SANTOS
  • não informado

  • Leader : MARLENE HOLZHAUSEN
  • Data: 29 nov. 2019
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  • This study focuses on the analysis of the miniseries: O santo que não acreditava em Deus (1993); of the movie Deus é brasileiro (2003) and radio play Geschichte eines Fischfangs (1986). The three productions mentioned have the same starting text, the short story: O santo que não acreditava em Deus of the Bahia writer João Ubaldo Ribeiro. In 1990, João Ubaldo Ribeiro was awarded a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), to conduct a literary script in Germany. His performance in this country, over a period of fifteen months, is marked by several productions. There he wrote weekly chronicles for the newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau, the same ones that gave rise to the book Ein Brasilianer in Berlin, and produced two radio plays - a very popular literary genre in Germany - entitled: Geschichte eines Fischfangs and Live the Es lebe die neue Welt, both translated into German by translator RayGüde Mertin (1943-2007). Based on studies by authors such as Júlio Plaza, which addresses intersemiotic translation; Jaques Derrida with the theory of deconstruction and, finally, Cristiane Nord who discusses, through the functionalist perspective, the translation from the perspective of textual analysis, the target texts referred to above will be analyzed, highlighting the play of meanings, making decisions and reframing explicit. adopted by the translators of their media from the source text.

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  • MARIA DO SOCORRO FONSECA DE OLIVEIRA
  • The Lawman on the Republican Threshold: 
    A Study of Esaú e Jacó, from the Intersection of History, Law, and Literature
  • Leader : MARCIO RICARDO COELHO MUNIZ
  • Data: 6 déc. 2019
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  • The man of the law is a recurring character in the Machadian work. However, Esau and Jacob (1904), 
    their penultimate novel, set in the period of the Monarchy-Republic transition in Brazil, raises the possibility of 
    analyzing a specific subject, from his decision to enter the legal course, until the beginning of his journey. 
    In public life, which was commonly the end pursued by the young of their kind. Thus, this work aims to draw an 
    interdisciplinary study, enabling the dialogue between Law, History and Literature in the analysis of literary work, 
    seeking to understand the unfolding of the inauguration of the first Brazilian legal courses, its importance for 
    the political directions of the Empire. and what is the place of the man of law, educated in these institutions, 
    as Brazil was moving towards the Republic.
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  • SANIO SANTOS DA SILVA
  • ALL THE COLORS OF LOVE AND THE NEW COLORS OF POSTMODERN IRELAND - MAPPING THE IRISHNESS ON THE FILM GOLDFISH MEMORY, BY LIZ GILL

  • Leader : NOELIA BORGES DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 6 déc. 2019
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  • Goldfish Memory (2003) is a romantic comedy written and directed by the Dublinian Liz Gill. The film addresses the dynamics of interpersonal relationships intertwined with the contemporary context of globalization. The characters are framed by a metropolis of cultural and identity diversity. A representation of the multiculturality of postmodern society defined by Stuart Hall (2001), when he states that the world is not divided into distinct cultures, and that there is a tendency to absorb traits from various cultural systems. Cinema is a portrait of social reality with economic, aesthetic and technological elements. Edgard Morin (1970) states that cinema is a machine that records the existence of individuals, a way of transposing the personal universe to the screen. The author also says that the making of the film is conditional on the existence of a social context. In this sense, the general objective of the present work is to analyze contemporary traces of the Irish identity in the movie Goldfish Memory, observing how the Irish intertwines in the cultural networks woven by globalization, focusing on the dynamics of the affective bonds of the characters. Specific objectives include the description of interpersonal relationships - encounters, mismatches, and love disagreements. We will examine theories related to identity, postmodernity and Irishness, which will shed light on the interpretation of the data raised. Initial analysis indicates that the film has a number of links to other cultures, presenting a sort of “global village” despite references to Irish culture. The film makes use of musical resources of various nationalities, a fact that can also be interpreted as a trace of postmodernity. The relevance of the work is related to the importance of propagating Irish film productions that offer significant cultural content to the academic community. It is important to highlight that Irish works are still little explored in Brazil, especially in Bahia. This research offers a contribution to expand the space of dialogue with other cultures within the local academic setting.

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  • DANIEL FONNESU
  •  

    Uma tradução “Transatlântica”: Ziu Paddori de Efisio Melis Encontra Nanetto Pipetta e Juó Bananére

  • Leader : CARLA DAMEANE PEREIRA DE SOUZA
  • Data: 12 déc. 2019
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  • Literary works belonging to literatures written in minority languages such as Sardinian in Italy and Talian in Brazil, along with literary works in which several languages coexist in the same text, are rarely translated, thus rarely being the subject of studies in the field of translation. Through the implementation and the analysis of an interlingual translation to Talian and Portuguese of the play Ziu Paddori, written in Sardinian and Italian, the present study proposes a debate on the challenges of a translation project based on reproducing linguistic plurality in the text of arrival. In Efisio Vincenzo Melis’s three-act comedy, published in 1919, linguistic misunderstandings and power relations among the characters are just as important as the very plot. The translation implementation and analysis were performed according to four axes: translation and plurality, in which  the multidialectal translation classification model proposed by Catalan researcher Josep Marco, and the surveys on multilingual translations made by Italian scholar Caterina Briguglia and Brazilian scholar Solange Carvalho, were employed; translation and staging, field in which the sequence of concretization levels in a dramaturgical translation theorized by French researcher Patrice Pavis was used; translation and transtextuality, in which the concept of transtextuality proposed by French theorist Gérard Genette was applied; finally, by examining some issues on applied linguistics met during the translation, texts of several authors on Sardinian phonetics and syntax, phonetics of Portuguese spoken by Rio Grande do Sul Talian speakers, and Juó Bananére’s literary language features were employed. This dissertation aims at contributing to the field of Translation Studies, specifically to the areas of minority languages and multilingual texts, but also to the fields of Theater Studies, Literary Studies and Applied Linguistics. 

Thèses
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  • DANILO SALES DE QUEIROZ SILVA
  • Valter Hugo Mãe: o filho de mil textos.

  • Leader : MIRELLA MARCIA LONGO VIEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 19 févr. 2019
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  • The thesis synthesizes the main lines of the cultural project elaborated by the Angolan-Portuguese author Valter Hugo Lemos. He became a award-winning wrtier and his speech has become important in the media. This prominent position for a literature author nowadays asks for an analysis on the most important aspects of his artistic-cultural production. We dedicate part of the research to the observation of the author profile and the marks of his consecration in the literary field. The features of his narrators – both in novels and public performances – are assembled in order to outline a style that walks through all his discursive production. Therefore, we have researcheed the most diverse registers (like poems or children's short stories) in order to thematically approach his writing and his preoccupations. Since the concern for a humanizing citizenship is fundamental for the author, we have read some studies of psychoanalysis and philosophy to ground that its cultural project is based on the assumption of the importance of the founding lack of the "I" and of the necessary encounter with the "other". In this sense, the study of the family is important as the starting point of this encounter and of this lack in the literature of Valter Hugo Mãe - his most recent signature. Finally, the status of the marginalized characters, with emphasis on the homosexual character of his central novel in our point of view (The son of a thousand men), will serve to demonstrate the concept of humanization, the basis of the art and the project for the culture that is elaborated by the writer.

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  • JOSÉ AILSON LEMOS DE SOUZA
  • E.M. Forster in the Cinema: Sexuality and Gender Issues in James Ivory's Films 

  • Leader : DECIO TORRES CRUZ
  • Data: 22 févr. 2019
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  • This dissertation is a study of the adaptations of E. M. Forster’s novels A Room with a View (1908) and Maurice (1913) into the films of the same name, directed by James Ivory. Our assumption is that the films offer an alternative to the visual pleasure structured in mainstream cinema by a relation that places a male look dominating and objectifying female forms (MULVEY, 1983). Such alternative appears in the form of rearranging gender positions in that structure, and in images that stimulate a homoerotic imaginary or that center on homosexual experiences and thus provide a more complex and diverse dynamic for the gaze and pleasure provided by cinema. The discussion emphasizes the critique of oppression within the novels and the strategies of adaptation. Therefore, we contextualize the novels as well as a criticism that problematize questions of gender and sexuality in the works by Sedgwick (1990), Rubin (1984) and Butler (1990). The films’ specificities are presented through different perspectives from British criticism such as that in Higson (2003, 2006, 2011), Monk (2001, 2011) and Dyer (2002). We survey some concepts and ideas from adaptation studies from texts by Bazin (2000), Cruz (2014), Elliot (2004, 2017), Hutcheon (2013), Leitch (2008), Schober (2013) and Stam (2000), among others, highlighting the adaptations’ context and intertextuality relations that exceed the literary sources. The analysis of A Room with a View and its adaptation centers on the treatment of gender representation, on images that subvert male domination logic by resisting it, and on setting a point of view that articulates a more diverse visual pleasure than that which privileges a male heterosexual desire. The study of Maurice and its adaptation focuses on different scenes of homosexuality recognition. The scene of recognition suggests a mediation of class alterity and it has the effect of disrupting patriarchal power structures. We investigate Ivory’s strategies to adapt the different scenes and the use of texts that trigger homosexual images. Our conclusion is that Ivory’s adaptations select and develop scenes of subversion that, set in the past, criticize power relations of gender and sexuality and, as a result, diversify contemporary visual culture by means of a more democratic distribution of discourses and representations of human experience.

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  • MARIELSON DE CARVALHO BISPO DA SILVA
  • The Black Atlantic of Angélique Kidjo: memory and ancestry in a afrodiasporic musical trilogy
  • Leader : JOSE HENRIQUE DE FREITAS SANTOS
  • Data: 15 mars 2019
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  • The thesis analyzes the artistic, artivist and intellectual trajectory of the singer and composer
    Angélique Kidjo (1960, Ouidah, Benin). This musical production has symbolic references fon
    and ioruba that cross with the African diasporas in the Americas. Recognized internationally
    since the 1980s, when she self-exiled herself in France as a result of the political and economic
    situation in Benin that displeased her, Angélique Kidjo plays an important role both within and
    outside Africa, becoming one of the most expressive and influential voices against racism and
    other counter-hegemonic confrontations around the idea of Africa built by the West. Through
    music, the Beninese artist activates and articulates affirmative speeches of feminine, black and
    African inscription in more than 38 years of career. It is intended to discuss the African diaspora
    from the musical trilogy that Angélique produced in a crucial period of his artistic life of
    aesthetic and thematic changes. Oremi (1998), Black Ivory Soul (2002) and Oyaya (2004) are
    three albums that respectively dialogue Afro-diasporic and African songs in an Atlantic network
    that covers the United States, Brazil and the Caribbean. By expanding her diction and
    performance in the Americas and incorporating her creation into the key of memory and ancestry,

    Angélique recreates an early experience in Benin: black American, Afro-Brazilian and Afro-
    Caribbean music. These traditions are accentuated in the trilogy, as she describes herself, in the

    form of a link with the diaspora, which shows how much the African continent contributed
    immensely to contemporary culture in the West from jazz, blues, hip hop, salsa, reggae, samba.
    The African textualities that music reinscribes in this context result in interdiscursive and media
    products of global reach, whose routes operated by musicians, performers and producers re-enter
    modes of reception, beyond the colonial limitations. This repertoire between the shores of the
    Atlantic transcends boundaries and enables us to understand the strategies and dynamics of the
    constitution of its flows and ebbs. Angélique Kidjo promotes with her musical project this
    discussion about cultural translation in the African diaspora.

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  • MARIA DO SOCORRO BARBOSA DE MIRANDA
  • Memory and autobiographical writing in the Intimate Diary by Lima Barreto

  • Leader : EVELINA DE CARVALHO SA HOISEL
  • Data: 22 mars 2019
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  • This thesis undertakes an analysis of the relations established between memory and
    autobiographical writing in the Intimate Diary, by Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto, a
    posthumous publication organized by Francisco de Assis Barbosa. The records taken by the
    writer throughout his life are made up of memory discourses, with the narrator as the starting
    point. The strong mark of subjectivity imprinted on the diarist text leads us to consider it as a
    privileged space of creation/recreation of himself, others and the history. We start from the
    assumption that the Intimate Diary allows the construction of new images of Lima Barreto,
    fiercely repressed by traditional literary criticism, giving visibility to the writer's ways of
    understanding himself and placing in evidence elements that suggest the way the novelist
    wished to be seen, understood and remembered. In this sense, we seek to capture, through the
    ambiguities and fragmentary nature of the notes, the peculiar way in which the narrator, from
    his locus of enunciation, constructs/deconstructs images of himself and manages dislocations
    in the hegemonic power discourses. Based on the theory of biographical criticism, which has
    as two of its representatives Eneida Maria de Souza (2011, 2012) and Leonor Arfuch (2010,
    2012), we discuss, among others, the notions of origin, unity, truth, identity, homogeneity,
    temporal linearity, commonly suggested in the studies on autobiographical narrative. Thus,
    what we intend in this thesis is not to discover the "true" identity of the writer Lima Barreto,
    but to investigate the reasons and the choices that led him to a certain process of
    identification, paying attention to the representation he made of himself in his memorialistic
    work. We seek to ascertain the potential which the records have to displace truths and
    stereotypes, constructed and crystallized throughout the Brazilian historical-literary process.

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  • ANA GABRIELA PIO PEREIRA
  • EXCESSIVE WRITINGS: CASSANDRA RIOS AND THE EXCENTRIC PROTAGONISM IN BRAZILIAN LITERATURE

  • Leader : ANTONIA TORREAO HERRERA
  • Data: 29 mars 2019
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  • The dissertation Excessive Writings: Cassandra Rios and the eccentric protagonism in
    Brazilian literature looks at the literary production of Cassandra Rios (1932-2002), a very
    popular writer in the first decades of the second half of the twentieth century in Brazil. Known
    by labels such as “The Pope of Homosexuality” and “The most forbidden writer in Brazil”,
    the author is responsible for the creation of dozens of novels carried out by socially
    marginalized subjects, mainly due to non conformance to established gender standards and
    sexual practices. The gays, the transvestites, the prostitutes and, above all, the lesbians,
    around whom there is an affirmative policy, are very frequent in her work. In this work,
    distancing us from what is a tendency in the still timid critic about her work, we will not
    discuss the novels of Cassandra Rios for the bias of her project of constructing a positive
    image for the lesbians, although we believe this to be one of the most important achievement
    of these texts. We chose to examine the facet of the author who turns to the questioning of a
    culture that, under the aegis of what Monique Wittig calls the Heterosexual Contract,
    oppressed, silenced and mutilated the subjects included in the category of women. In this
    sense, in the following pages, we will try to demonstrate the Cassandrian literature as a
    propeller of a policy of combating heteronormative discourse, which created an ideal model
    of “woman”, establishing for this subject some precious destinies, among which the one of
    motherhood and confinement in heterosexual marriage are the most important. For the
    accomplishment of such an undertaking, we have used four books written by the author A
    Sarjeta (1952), A paranóica (1969), Eu sou uma lésbica (1975/2006) and Uma mulher
    diferente (1968/2005). Since we are not concerned at the moment to construct linearities or
    lead the reader to follow all the nuances of the narratives, we will not use them in their
    entirety. Instead, we opt for fragmentation, for flashes that can prove what we believe to be an
    underlying desire in these texts: that of thinking a society in which the so-called female
    subjects can be freed from the oppression imposed by the culture regulated by the rules of
    heterosexuality.

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  • CARLA CECI ROCHA FAGUNDES
  • DEOLINDO CHECCUCCI AND THE BAHIAN CHILDREN'S THEATER IN THE CONTEXT OF THE MILITARY DICTATORSHIP: ARCHIVE, EDITION AND CRITICAL-FILOLOGICAL STUDY

  • Leader : ROSA BORGES DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 29 mars 2019
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  • Theater, during the 1970s and 1980s, had a remarkable development, even in a society controlled by the Military Dictatorship, which was established in the national territory between 1964 and 1985, restricting freedom of expression through censorship. In this context, we highlight the dramaturgy of Deolindo Checcucci, author who has been producing in Bahia since the 1970s. Characterized as a multifaceted artist, Checcucci takes on the roles of director, actor, teacher and playwright in the Bahian theatrical scenario. Through his children's productions, he sought to develop a critical and innovative theater, able to promote reflection and social change. We can observe these characteristics through Deolindo Checcucci's Collection - Children's Theater, organized by the Team of Censored Theatrical Texts, coordinated by Professor Rosa Borges, at the Federal University of Bahia, since 2006. This thesis will focus on the study of the children's dramaturgy of Deolindo Checcucci, from the organization of the collection, the edition and the critical-philological study of selected texts, gathered in a Hypertextual Archive. Thus, through a dialogue among Philology, Archivistics and computer technologies, it is possible to analize critically the dramaturgical production of Deolindo Checcucci and configure the paths taken by Bahian children's theater during the Military Dictatorship in Bahia.

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  • ALEXANDRE CARVALHO PITTA
  • THE RAP OF THE END OF THE WORLD: BRAZILIAN LATE MODERNITY AND INSURGENCE IN CRIOLO AND EMICIDA SONGS

  • Leader : ANTONIA TORREAO HERRERA
  • Data: 5 avr. 2019
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  • Criolo and Emicida are musicians who stand out in the contemporary Brazilian musical scene. This is the result of significant artistic production and performances that mark their political views in the country. Both artists write songs and act in the context of late modernity, under the nefarious effects of the economic model established during the dictatorship and with the neoliberal democracy that was established after the years of lead and that consolidated the social disparities already accentuated in those times. The rappers from São Paulo are situated at a time when urban space is the battleground in which these problems manifest themselves. The ruins of a Brazil sold as a powerful nation, but marked by racism and by a fearsome social inequality. There is then, in the criticism to this national reality, the interweaving of themes and aesthetic procedures: starting from sampling as a method of appropriation of the fragments of this world, the rappers promote a narcissistic wound in the Brazil mounted under the aegis of racial intermixing, supported by the false notion of racial democracy. This forges a Brazil whose promise of happiness is evident in the harmony of its constituent ethnicities, whose past of oppression has been overcome. Sampling, combined with intertextuality in the lyrics, reveals a desacralizing purpose that appropriates various fragments of sounds, discourses, and melodies, putting them together to build a collision of heterogeneities, allowing tensions to be explicit rather than appeased. To understand the political role of these artists' work, placing it in the context of Brazilian late modernity, is to consider a different form of work with language, as in the case of rap music, it is a lyrical and musical language. In addition, this is a way of seeing these two musicians, considering their practices, as thinkers of our time and as agents of insurgencies for the construction of alternatives to the necropolitics that historically imposes itself on Afro-Brazilians, having the State as one of its main agents. Based on these problematizations, this work aims to analyze how the compositions of these artists produce an interpretation about the Brazilian late modernity, to what extent their musical productions shake the discourses about the Brazilian identity and the Afro-Brazilians and review the idea of how the violence upon Afro-Brazilian bodies is presented as one of the significant features of this modernity and how artists and their works operate forms of insurgency against this violent face of late-modern Brazil.

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  • DEBORA DE SOUZA
  • SERIES OF SCENIC STUDIES ON POWER AND SPACE, BY NIVALDA COSTA: HYPERTEXTUAL ARCHIVE, 
    EDITION AND CRITICAL-FILOLOGICAL STUDY
  • Leader : ROSA BORGES DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 5 avr. 2019
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  • In the scope of Philology, in dialogue, mainly, with Archivistics and Information Science, we have organized a hypertextual archive of the dossier of the Series of scenic studies on power and space, a significant part of the censored dramaturgy by Nivalda Costa, comprising editions and documents, as the support of a critical study that based the construction of a philological reading of her performance, in the context of the military dictatorship in Bahia. This series, which is the result of research, (re)readings and experiments, consists of six theatrical texts written (on and) for the stage as manifestos, through which the playwright, director and black intellectual denounced power abuses and incited the public to transform society. As a reading strategy, in order to constitute and interpret the dossier, consisting of more than two hundred documents, we organized Nivalda Costa’s Collection, part of the Censored Theatrical Texts Archive, Censored Theatrical Texts fund, linked to the Institute of Letters of the Federal University of Bahia. Respecting the peculiarity of the documents gathered, among them, theatrical text, newspaper article, censorship documentation, sketch and draft, and audiovisual material, which allowed us to read the processes of production, transmission, circulation and reception of theatrical texts, the study object, and the subject Nivalda Costa, we adopted a pragmatic, socially and politically-based editorial tendency, recognizing the material and historical aspects of the documents/testimonies, as well as assuming the critical behavior of the philologist-editor. In this sense, we present the Hipertextual Archive, accessible on the website http://acervonivaldacosta.com, organized as follows: Presentation, The author, The collection, Consult, Editions and Contact, a facsimilar edition of all the testimonies of the texts, a hypermedia interpretative edition of Glub! Estória de um espanto, a hypermedia critical edition of Aprender a nada-r and a hypermedia synoptic-critical edition of Vegetal vigiado; critical texts in print model, for reading, studying and/or staging; elaboration and presentation criteria; and all the documents in th  dossier. Through this platform, editions and documents, we have proposed a philological criticism about Nivalda Costa, her fierce production and resistance practices, considering the figure of the black intellectual, her networks of sociability, her involvement in artistic, cultural and popular projects. However, we emphasize her trajectory in the field of theater, as a playwright and director, in the sociocultural context in the 1970s, developing a reading of the artist and of the Series of scenic studies on power and space, in which stand out the figure of the studious and her practice of dialogical and transgressive research, part of a strand that defends the epistemological, ontological and cultural diversity, seeking to build a knowledge about Nivalda Costa.

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  • ADRIANO PORTELA DOS SANTOS
  •  


    ENCOMÉNDALAS A DIOS: the prayer in Gil Vicente's dramaturgy

  • Leader : MARCIO RICARDO COELHO MUNIZ
  • Data: 12 avr. 2019
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  • The present thesis analyzes the prayer in Gil Vicente's dramaturgy (1465-1536), particularly in the clerical Clérigo da Beira (1529), in the moralities Auto Barca do Inferno (1517) and Auto da Barca da Glória (1519) and in the mystery Auto da Cananea (1534), with the help of Theopoetics, critical approach to comparative studies between Theology and Literature. It seeks to understand how the conception and practice of prayer were used by Gil Vicente as dramatic resources; as well as to explain how the representation of this literary topus - the act of praying - elaborated and transmitted theological notions in Vincentian dramaturgy. Firstly, we try to situate the Portuguese playwright in the context of theopoetics, mainly through the studies of Antonio Carlos de Melo Magalhães (2009), presenting the concept and methodology of this approach, as well as carrying out a bibliographical review of the Vincentian studies on religiosity. Afterwards, we tried to make an inventory of the prayers in Vincentian dramaturgy, starting with what had already been done by José Camões (2002), analyzing the speeches about the prayer produced in the scenes and the prayers themselves performed: which were, by what characters were performed, in what scenic context. Finally, we turn to the aesthetic procedures and theological principles in the three volumes quoted above, with the change in the theological perspective of Gil Vicente from one text to the other, brought about by his approach to the notion of Grace. , we seek to establish a new perspective from which it is possible to speak of the religiosity of Gil Vicente and his relation with the reforming winds of the XVI, since Grace is a notion quite expensive to the initial period of the Protestant Reformation.

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  • WELLINGTON JOSÉ GOMES FREIRE
  • Sea cavalry: the persistence of the knightly imaginary in chronic narratives 
    on the way of driving war in portuguese imperial expansion - xv and xvi centures
  • Leader : MARCIO RICARDO COELHO MUNIZ
  • Data: 7 mai 2019
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  • During the wars to conquer the marine Portuguese empire, its own troops, when marching on land and sea or when sieging the enemies’ strongholds, bravelly fought led by anachronistic chivalrous imaginary. It’s said that at that period the process of military modernization of major European powers hadn’t had plated their seeds in the Portuguese soil. Both castes of worriors and conquerors from Portugal became the lords of a great portion of the world, they fought as if they didn’t know or as if they had a studied scorn by the modern methods of war, perhaps because they considered those methods as a synonym of dishonor. The chivalrous imaginary impelled all the major and all the small stages of the campain of the Portuguese military domain over the three target continents. This study was based on a corpus by quattrocentist and cinquencentist cronists. Zurara; Rui de Pina; João de Barros; Lopes de Castanheda; Gaspar Correia.

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  • DAIANE GRAZIELE SCHIAVINATO
  • LAS CLÁUSULAS MÉTRICAS EN ORATOR DE CICERÓN: UNA PROPUESTA DE TRADUCCIÓN.
  • Leader : MARCIO RICARDO COELHO MUNIZ
  • Data: 8 mai 2019
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  • La présente recherche propose d’étudier un ensemble de clausula metrica tirées de la

    Poétique Classique Latine, retrouvées dans Orator de Cicero ((106-43 avant JC). Les clausulae
    metricae, les métrifications présentes à la fin des paragraphes cicéroniens, sont des composantes
    expressives caractéristiques de la poésie, lieés principalement au rythme et à la métrique, et
    représentent une contribution, directement ou indirectement, à l’élaboration de discours oratoires,
    qui constituent le texte de Cicero. En définissant le meilleur orateur, Cicéron exprime, en langue
    latin, ses conceptions concernant la forme de la poésie et de l'oratoire, en soulignant les similitudes
    et les différences. Ce faisant, il pratique un métalangage qui aborde des questions formelles de
    Poétique, englobant des définitions et l’utilisation de termes tels comme metrica (métrique),
    metrum (métre), oratio (discours), poema (poème), poeta (poète), res (contenu), uerbum (mot),
    uersus (vers), uox (forme de l'énonciation). La tâche de la recherche était de constituer un corpus
    formé par les contextes-occurrences dans lesquels ces clausules métriques extraites de l'Orateur,

    puis de proposer une traduction et une discussion de ces clausules traduites selon à la théorie post-
    structuraliste. Il s’agit donc d’une question sur l’expression et concept poétique dans les discours

    rhétoriques en circulantion dans la Rome Anciènne traduits en Portugais. On espère que cela
    contribue à apporter de nouvelles perspectives à la connaissance des codes poétiques dispersés
    dans les œuvres d'écrivains anciens, tels que d'anciens commentateurs et grammairiens, ou même
    de rhéteurs et d'orateurs, tels Cicéron étudié ici.

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  • MÔNICA MATOS ANUNCIAÇÃO
  • AN UNLOVE PREPARATION: AFFECTIVE-CONFLITUAL RELATIONSHIPS IN AL BERTO AND CAIO FERNANDO DE ABREU

  • Leader : SANDRO SANTOS ORNELLAS
  • Data: 28 juin 2019
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  • This essay thesis brings together the works by the Portuguese writer Al Berto and the Brazilian Caio
    Fernando Abreu. The capital problem is based on the critical reflection on how one establishes
    affective-conflicting relationships that cross the two poets’ love lyric in a distinct, but comparable
    way. The contact point between the writers pervades the question of the control processes of
    affections and their relation with culture, politics, the construction of subjectivities and language.
    The interpretative effort undertaken here is dedicated to the analysis of poems compiled in O medo,
    by Al Berto, and Poesias nunca publicadas de Caio Fernando Abreu, by Caio Fernando Abreu,
    through the problematization of the romantic love myth and of melancholy.

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  • DAVI SANTANA DE LARA
  • Contemporary critical challenges: autorship and autofiction in Javier Cercas and Enrique Vila-Matas

  • Leader : LUCIENE ALMEIDA DE AZEVEDO
  • Data: 4 juil. 2019
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  • Based on the hypothesis that the presence of the authorial figure in a significant number of current novels is an indication of transformations in contemporary literature, this thesis aims to investigate that transformations from the critic's point of view. To do so, the works of the Spanish writers Enrique Vila-Matas e Javier Cercas are analyzed as a starting point to elaborate questions related to a set of works that, besides the intrusion of authorial figure, have as main feature the destabilization of some critical categories. The discussion revolves around three thematic axes, authorship, subjectivity and autofiction, to which correspond the three chapter of the thesis. With regard to the discussion on authorship made in the first chapter, besides Barthes and Foucault, two outstanding authorities on this subject, the contributions of Giorgio Agamben and Daniel Link were important for understanding contemporary authorship. In the second chapter, referring to question of writing and subjectivity, the names of the critics Diana Klinger and Leonor Arfuch stand out. In the third and last chapter, autofiction is studied from a double perspective, the perspective of literary theory and the perspective of aesthetics, according to the suggestion given by Josefina Ludmer in ―Post-Autonomous Literatures‖. The notion of ambiguous pact, developed by Manuel Alberca, is central to this thesis. Finally, it can be concluded that the narratives studied are characterized more like a process and less like a product, which changes the way we read it.

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  • NEILA BRASIL BRUNO
  • PROFESSION  WRITER: ADRIANA LISBOA'S LITERARY TRAJECTORY (A CASE STUDY). 

  • Leader : LUCIENE ALMEIDA DE AZEVEDO
  • Data: 5 juil. 2019
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  • This work intends to study the professionalization conditions of the contemporary writer through a case study: the analysis of the literary trajectory of writer Adriana Lisboa and her position taking in the literary field. For this purpose, the work gives a brief history of the professionalization of writers in Brazil, also investigating the role of the publisher and the literary agent in the Brazilian publishing market. We will also analyze the elements that increase the professionalization of writers today, such as literary events and awards, creative writing courses and workshops, as well as the relationship between authors and the university and the internationalization of writer's career, commenting on the position takings by authors such as Daniel Galera, Luiz Ruffato and Tatiana Salem Levy to examine the work of writer Adriana Lisboa more closely, seeking to reconstruct her insertion in the Brazilian literary field, the construction of her public image as an author, the instances and agents that contributed to her professionalization process. Our reflections will be made fundamentally from the theoretical perspective of Pierre Bourdieu, more specifically his concepts of literary field and symbolic capital, and will be centered in the circumstances that make feasible the legitimation and the professionalization of Adriana Lisboa as a writer.

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  • SILVANA CARVALHO DA FONSECA
  • ?????????????   

  • Leader : JOSE HENRIQUE DE FREITAS SANTOS
  • Data: 19 juil. 2019
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  • The hip-hop movement is a counter-narrative of the black diaspora produced,
    throughout its history, mostly by black men. A "minority" movement that
    presents the tensions of a patriarchal / sexist, racist and capitalist society. This
    counter narrative operates under the ambivalence that includes contradictions
    and resistances in the existence of the black subjects, which constitute the
    black masculinities expressed in the appropriation of the word from the poetics
    of rap. This thesis investigates how black masculinities are produced within the
    hip-hop movement in Portuguese - speaking communities - Brazil, Angola and
    Portugal - based on the relations between historical and aesthetic experiences.
    In order to achieve that, descriptions and comparative / contrastive analyzes of
    the ethical / aesthetic productions of Mano Brown, Criolo, Rico Dalasan (Brazil),
    Kool Klever, Kid Mc and MCK (Angola) and Chullage and Valete (Portugal)
    were carried out, aiming to understand dialogues, connections, confluences and
    divergences in a transcultural perspective in the black diaspora. Black
    masculinities, racialized ways of living the gender, are constituted from the
    negation and reproduction of the subjection imposed by coloniality, through the
    following ways: slave - injunction of the other - the ghost - introjection of the
    coloniality of being - and black man - emancipatory becoming. Those ways
    perform black masculinities in a centripetal movement (towards the center,
    "necropolitical"), which questions and denounces power; since as far as it
    responds to the enslaved place that society imposes on it, it opposes this
    injunction by denouncing it. In this denunciation movement, the contradictions
    created by racism and capitalist exploitation also emerge by exposing the
    internalized effects produced by the set of historical violence that destroy black
    men‘s humanity, the introjection of the coloniality of being. Still contained in this
    triple movement, a conception of emancipatory humanity that destabilizes the
    project of genocide continually reworked against the black man emerges. It is
    from this complex and violent relationship, which is also political and one which
    mobilizes affections, that the black masculinities analyzed throughout this work

    operated in the reactive and assertive movement, characterizing its counter-
    hegemonic character within the black culture of resistance and transculture.

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  • GABRIELA LOPES VASCONCELLOS DE ANDRADE
  • nao informado pelo discente

  • Leader : ANTONIA TORREAO HERRERA
  • Data: 26 août 2019
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  • This paper seeks to analyze the trend of horror discourse in contemporary Brazilian literature from
    the novels Neve Negra and Biofobia by Santiago Nazarian. The author travels through mass
    culture, pop literature, cinematic language and biographical space, paying attention to the reception
    of his works to create performative strategies of legitimation. The writer assumes a mythological
    and media identity, woven through an imaginary network formed by his readers. In this process,
    within an aesthetic that uses pop elements, the author's literary project is changing and inserted in
    the cinematic aesthetic of horror. The work then seeks to problematize this trajectory, thinking
    about the construction of the author's taste and the attempt to consolidate his work from the growth
    of consumption of this type of literature, influenced by the success of horror cinema, both for the
    common reader and for literary criticism. . Thus, the doctoral thesis seeks to question the
    classification of the term post-horror, used by these writers, as a marketing strategy linked to a film
    industry that sells Art-House discourse in the scenario of independent festivals and awards, which
    ends up influencing the precariousness in the conditions and values of artwork by treating it as a
    commodity, linked primarily to filmmaker RT Features. For this, we will use Jenkins' concepts of
    Transmidia, Lipovetsky and Serroy's idea of hyper present, the work of Annatereza Fabris and
    Eneida Maria de Souza on the Brazilian literary market, the discussion about authorship and the
    media construction of the self from Sibília and Foucault, in order to understand how international
    horror cinema is influencing the construction of the aesthetics of terror in contemporary Brazilian
    literature. In addition, to discuss the concept of Horror, Plato, Aristotle, Derrida, Artaud, and
    Niezstche will be used.

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  • JOÃO LUIZ TEIXEIRA DE BRITO
  • KURT COBAIN'S BODY: NOISE IN IN UTERO'S POP LANGUAGE
  • Leader : DECIO TORRES CRUZ
  • Data: 25 oct. 2019
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  • ABSTRACT

    This dissertation discusses the concept of noise as an operator associated with language and the possibility of bodily transformation in the work of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana. It works on the aesthetic productions surrounding In Utero (1993), the songs, lyrics, musical ambientation, imagery and audiovisual compositions. The text discusses a number of themes related to memory, community, authorial figure, fame, media, writing, death, representation, communication, silence and transformation. It seeks to (re)construct the notion of body, especially the body in performance, as a focal point for understanding the poetics of Nirvana and for the discussions surrounding pop culture in contemporary times. The argument begins with explorations focused on the recognition and analysis of specific aspects of Nirvana's work such as: the heritage of Pop Art and Literature, the suicide of Kurt Cobain, the confusion between life and work caused by dealing with mass media, the representation of the body in In Utero, the ethics of the punk community, the ritualistic aspect of the communal event of live performance and the human-machine relationship, with broad outlines referring to various aspects of the clash of binomials such as commodification and integrity, life and work, organization and chaos, belonging and alienation. These aspects are not isolated, but fluent, transient and erased. Nirvana’s poetical project is built on this tension. The concept of noise was then used as an operator of these tensions, the noise that is inherent to media (including the media of the body) and is the transformative capacity of text and media itself, its iconic failure to record and communicate. This process is structural in Cobain’s poetics. The next methodological step was, then, to demonstrate how this noisy operator is found and applies to the texts as a key of access and transformation of the work. Analyses of the Heart- Shaped Box video and of other songs such as “Scentless Aprentice”, “Milk it”, “Radio Friendly Unit Shifter”, “Tourette's” and “All Apologies” are performed to build the argument.The concept of noise was applied to the method as well, with four overlaping readings of the texts, scraping them consecutively to obtain new levels, not of depth but of projection, in light, sound, letter and voice. Some important theoretical dialogues are executed with the works of Friedrich Nietzsche, Jacques Derrida, Georges Didi-Huberman, Jacques Rancière, Leda Maria Martins, Decio Torres Cruz, Carrie Jaurès Noland, Greil Marcus, Phillip Auslander, Michel Foucault, Giorgio Agamben and Judith Butler. .

    Key-words: Nirvana; Body; Noise; Pop Literatura; Punk Culture. 

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  • THEREZA DE JESUS SANTOS JUNQUEIRA
  • Towards the city on the other side of the mountains: a Guided Expedition by BERTOLT BRECHT
  • Leader : MARLENE HOLZHAUSEN
  • Data: 25 oct. 2019
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  • This paper proposes a reading of the book Der Jasager und der Neinsager [He Said Yes and He said No], the didactic play and school opera, written by Bertolt Brecht in partnership with Kurt Weill, who departs from an analysis from strengthened parameters for epic theater, as well as the Marxist-dialectic key, recognized and studied as the motto of several plays, the didactic ones above all. The aim is to develop a genealogical reading in order to recover Brecht's transgressive Gestus and to clarify the power of his work, accessible precisely when it deviates from assumptions that offer it immediate legibility. The play was written progressively between 1930 and 1931 during the Weimar Republic, from a translation by Elisabeth Hauptamann, Brecht's collaborator, to the play Taniko, and at Weill's suggestion on the occasion of the Baden-Baden experimental music festival. This course transformed what was initially Der Jasager (He Said Yes) (1930) into Der Jasager und Der Neinsager [He Said Yes and He said No] (1931), going through a counterpart, Die Maßnahme [The Measure] (1930), based on the various comments and criticisms derived from his presentations. From these findings, a behind-the-scenes study of this experimentation, the process of progressive conception of the dramatic text, as well as the combination of poetics suggested by the inventive activity.

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  • RAQUEL BORGES DIAS
  • The creative process of the translation of Athol Fugard's play "Statements After An Arrest Under The Immorality Act"

  • Data: 6 déc. 2019
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  • "Statements after an Arrest under the Immorality Act" (1974), by the South African playwright, novelist and director Athol Fugard (1932 -), worldwide famous for his engagement in political and human rights issues, reflects the social conscience of the author within South African context in the 1970’s (O'NEIL, 2004), when Apartheid was still in force. Considering the importance of Fugard's work for world literature, the referred dramatic text was translated from English to Portuguese by the Research Group from the Federal University of Bahia, entitled Translation, Creation Process and Sound Media in 2011. The analysis of such creation process was developed from the theoretical-methodological perspective of the genetic criticism, or, as it is better known nowadays, the studies of creative processes. Therefore, our starting point was the idea that such field of research focuses on the act of production/writing of a given work, having as its object the manuscripts that outline the creative dynamics of such text in order to describe and explore its creation (GRÉSILLON, 1994). Thus, we have sought to reconstruct the creative process of the translation of the referred Fugard’s text from English to Portuguese in order to get closer to the way the work was conceived and accomplished, through the analysis of the manuscripts left behind by the translators (BIASI, 2000). With the development of the genetic studies in the last years, the concept of manuscript has been expanded and thus the present study focuses on the analysis of process documents created in digital media. Furthermore, it was possible to reflect on cultural aspects, as well as on the social, political and historical context of the translated work. We have worked with the concept of translation functionality so as to reflect on the function of the translated text in the target culture (VERMEER, 2014 [1984]). Studies on foreignization and domestication have also proved to be relevant to the research developed herein (VENUTI, 2002) and we could trace indexes of such genesis in the process documents that supported the analysis of the creative process in focus.

2018
Thèses
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  • SUSI LEOLINDA ROSAS QUEIROZ
  • ITALY IN TALES, STORIES AND BALLAD OF PIUMINI: AN INTERSEMIOTIC JOURNEY FROM THE PAGE TO AUDIOLIVRO

  • Leader : ALVANITA ALMEIDA SANTOS
  • Data: 17 mai 2018
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  • Seen as a process of recreation, translation requires from a translator a series of strategies and choices. When it comes to intersemiotic translation, such choices are also conditional on the new media’s material and operational characteristics. Through the implementation of a translation of the children’s book Italia storie, ballate e racconti, written in Italian, to an audiobook in Portuguese, the present study aims at reflecting on the process of translation of a printed work to a sound medium. Roberto Piumini’s book, published in 2013, narrates a journey throughout Italy, region by region, in which a kid gets to know art, nature and traditions, always accompanied by iconic figures belonging to the regional and national imagination. The translation was implemented through the Skopos theory (Skopostheorie) theoretical framework proposed by linguist Hans Vermeer, and later revised by Christiane Nord, through theorist Lawrence Venuti’s concepts of Domestication and Foreignization, and through reflecting on the position of audiobooks within the Brazilian literary polysystem, taking as a starting point the theory developed by Even-Zohar, highlighting the inclusive function exerted by media. This dissertation aims at contributing to the field of Translation Studies, specifically in the area of translation to sound media, and also at promoting a cultural encounter between Brazil and Italy

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  • MARINILDA GOMES DOS SANTOS
  • POETRY CARTOBIOGRAPHY OF JONATHAS CONCEPT OF SILVA
  • Leader : LIVIA MARIA NATALIA DE SOUZA SANTOS
  • Data: 14 juin 2018
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  • This thesis has aimed to build a biographic narrative of the poet from Bahia Jonathan Conceição da Silva through the analysis of a corpus of critical and literary texts, photographs and interviews, raising inferences and interpretations from these distinct textualities and setting the literary writing as a supplement (DERRIDA, 1966) in the construction of his cartobiografia poetic. Therefore, the book Miragem de engenho & Outras Miragens (1989, selected some poems of Voices Quilombolas (2004), in addition to other writings of the author published in compilations such as Cadernos Negros and periodicals of the time has been analyzed. As a theoretical basis concepts of Autofiction, discussed by Diana Klinger (2008), of Biographème by Roland Barthes (2012), of the Intellectual proposed by Gramsci (1982), Bobbio (1997), and Said (2005), in addition to Franz Fanon (2008) Muniz Shafiq (1999) and Neusa Santos (1983) to discuss the issues of race.

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  • PATRÍCIA MARIA DA SILVA
  • THE ABSOLUTE VULVA: MEANINGS OF LOVE AND EROTISM IN RITA SANTANA'S LYRICS
  • Leader : LIVIA MARIA NATALIA DE SOUZA SANTOS
  • Data: 18 juin 2018
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  • This thesis, entitled "THE ABSOLUTE VULVA": RESSIGNIFICATION OF LOVE AND EROTISM IN RITA SANTANA'S LYRIC aims to analyze the singular conceptions of love and eroticism in the poems of the black writer born in the city of Ilhéus, Rita Santana. The study is made articulating the representations triggered by Santana in contrast to the Freudian-based psychoanalytic studies. To question, reevaluate and reflect the proposed theme, it is necessary to re-signify some psychoanalytical concepts proposed in Freudian concepts, which are redistributed by Birman (1999), but which, however, do not consider the feminine black subjectivity and, for this reason, need to be displaced and resignified. By shifting the power axis from the spokenphallus to the word-vulva, which here works as a phallus, Santana points out another possibility of lyric, which refuses to submit to the patterns and stereotypes commonly associated with writing women. In the lyric poetry, the poetry making becomes a space of resignification of the self. In the development of this thesis, the intersecting of Love, Eroticism, Female Black Literature and Psychoanalysis has resulted in a work that discusses and questions the erasure of the subjectivity of the black woman in the scope of psychoanalysis, showing how the poet in question has contributed to the construction of this subjectivity – long denied to the female black body. A work of breath and relevance in the context of Contemporary Black Literature. To carry out this study, theoreticians such as Chimamanda Adichie (2009), Foucault (2015), Angela Davis (2016), Audre Lorde (2016 [1977]), Neusa Sousa (1983) and Fanon dialogue with analyzes of the author's poems taken from the books Tratado das veias (2006) and Alforrias (2012).

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  • PEDRO SOUZA SENA
  • LYRICHAOS: Sandro Ornella’s poetry.

  • Leader : LIVIA MARIA NATALIA DE SOUZA SANTOS
  • Data: 19 juil. 2018
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  • This Master’s thesis called LYRICHAOS: Sandro Ornellas’ poetry, aims to present a synthesis of the trajectory and the moments that came before what is now called LYRICHAOS by studying its conceptual framework and its specific features. Finally, this work aims to discuss lyrics, body, city, literature subjectivity, chaos, culture and all thematic axes concerning the chosen corpus of poems based on grounds as philosophy, theory and culture. Sandro Ornellas, was born in Brasília-DF, lives in Salvador-BA and teaches Portuguese and Literature at the Federal University of Bahia. He has published three books of poems and one book of essays and keeps his blog active sandroornellasblogue.wordpress.com active. His lyric reveals a meticulous deal with language, combining the density of references and contemporary philosophical, theoretical and cultural issues, to a careful writing that draws attention by knowing how to "taste" the filigree of poetic acts

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  • POLLIANNA DOS SANTOS FERREIRA SILVA
  • WRITERS OF THE FEIRENS: THE CASE ALCINA DANTAS (1895-1974)
  • Leader : NANCY RITA FERREIRA VIEIRA
  • Data: 17 août 2018
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  • This work aims to gather and analyze part of the literary production published by the poet and artist from Bahia, Alcina Dantas (1895-1974), in the city of Feira de Santana (BA) and Itaberaba (BA). This research, from primary sources, intends to discuss the intellectual work in periodicals such as Folha do Norte (1909-), Folha da Feira (1933- 1935), Gazeta do Povo (1959-1960), O Itaberaba (1926-1954) among others. In order to understand the contribution of this poet to the writing of women in Feira de Santana, contemporary writers of Alcina Dantas were included, such as Edna Teixeira (19? -19?), Georgina de Mello Erismann (1893-1940), Florísia Arlete (1921- ), Rosa de Portugal (1903-?), Aita (19? -19?) and Zoíla Ribeiro Chagas (19? -?). This analysis begins with a reflection on the research of authors' rescue, which arises from questions made by feminist scholars in the United States, regarding the absence of women in the scene of prestigious literature in the West, such as Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar. In Brazil, such a discussion is carried out by Zahidé Muzart (1995; 2004; 2009), Constância Lima Duarte (2003; 2007; 2010), Ívia Alves (2002; 2006), among other researchers. Thus, the present study is in line with the work developed in Brazil by the so-called Rescue Research of authors. Therefore, following this research, a contextualisation was made about the history of women from the first half of the twentieth century, in order to understand the trajectory of Alcina Dantas, whose performances in several artistic spaces of this city, such as Cine-Teatro Santana and Radio Cultura were outstanding. Finally, part of the literary productions of this poet, collected during this research, were studied, showing, from her texts, her relevance in her socio-historical context, because it deals, among other themes, with women's rights in Feira de Santana, in the first half of the last century

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  • ROSANA ALMEIDA JUNQUEIRA
  • THE HINGE INTERFACE BETWEEN THE LITERATURE AND THE PLASTIC ARTS IN ROMANCE STELLA MANHATTAN

  • Leader : LIGIA GUIMARAES TELLES
  • Data: 31 août 2018
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  • The link between literature and the Visual Arts has staged the novel Stella Manhattan writer Silviano Santiago. This hinge interface is presented when the author dedicates the creation of his characters to the buzzards of Lygia Clark and the series La Poupeé, surrealist sculptor Hans Bellmer. This is the interface that a narrative drag, irreverent and thriving on the organicity and disarticulation of the body. The novel Stella Manhattan is a compliment to the resistance movement of the body. It is in this perspective that the dialogue between the languages is a device that promotes the creation of characters marked by a solid statement of desire. The characters of Silviano Santiago hinges are bodies who fight against the weight of a heteronormative society and exclusionary. Their bodies crave the discontinuity of oppression, so carry the banner of May 68 and the Stonewall movement. In order to denounce the domestication of the body, these desejantes machines make the flow of collective movements, who value the difference, perpetuate themselves in search of a new subjectivity and other modes of existence.

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  • BRUNO CARVALHO DE AQUINO SILVA
  • THE TRAGIC BETWEEN US: A CARTOGRAPHY OF THE ELEMENTS AND EFFECTS OF TRAGICITY IN ADEUS, VELHO E UM TÁXI PARA VIENNA D'AUSTRIA, DE ANTÔNIO TORRES

  • Leader : ANTONIA TORREAO HERRERA
  • Data: 11 sept. 2018
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  • This work consists of the analysis of the novels Adeus, Velho (1981) and Um táxi para Viena d’Áustria (1991) both from the writer Antônio Torres aiming to establish a mapping, in both works, of the displacements and reconstructions of its literary elements in which we understand as tragicness effects. The tragicness effects are possible understandings of occurrences, moments, and events in the narrative that resemble the characteristics of the tragic. This concept, although it is not new in theory, is systematized here through a bibliographic delimitation that allows an understanding of the tragic issue outside the Greek tragedy, but without renouncing it. The tragic is understood not only in its historically and theoretically classical values, but also especially in its place belonging to the continuum that is the literature. The autobiography and the autobiographical elements are inserted in this process as enhancers of a vision of predestination and fatality that is demonstrated by the author and that infiltrates to its work and its characters. Predestination and fatality are themselves traits considered by the theory as notoriously tragic, which evidences and enables, therefore, a first displacement in the sense of a re-creation of the tragic as an effect in life. This intricate game of paths, resignifications and movements are situated between the novel and the tragic, between the old and the contemporary, between the author and his work, but especially between the narrator and the narratary. Within the proposed delimitations, this movement will be discussed here through the literary and theoretical bibliographies and supporting materials, such as interviews, articles, testimonies and speeches, for example. These materials also help to understand the Multiple Writer nuance, that is, how his literature interacts with the aspects of his life, career, and academic trajectory. Literature appears in much of this work as an ally of theory, in order to place the questions and affirmations being pointed here not only in a theoretical abstraction but also in the reflection and contemplation of the literary text, our first and definite object of study and pleasure.

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  • HILDA FERREIRA DA COSTA FRANÇA
  • TRANSLATING MAYA ANGELOU: POETRY AND POLITICAL ACTIVISM BLACK-FEMINIST

  • Leader : DENISE CARRASCOSA FRANCA
  • Data: 26 sept. 2018
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  • The translation and analysis of Maya Angelou's poetry and black feminist political activism seek to attend the new demands of Afro-diasporic texts in Brazil, trying to respect, for example, the cultural and identity marks printed on the author's work. Thus, this work aims to genealogically situate Maya Angelou in the history of Afro-American poetry and activism such as to translate some poems from her first book of poems, entitled Just Give me a Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Diiie, published in 1971. At first these goals were organized considering the data on the beginning of African-American poetry in the United States, in parallel to the African-Americans political activism. Then there was the problematization about the existence of African American poetry, from its immersion until the arrival of the most recent authors, period where Angelou is inserted. Finally, there was a discussion on the scenario of the translation of black texts in Brazil and the translation of five poems by Maya Angelou. These three parts of the work were based on theories by Jerry W. Ward Jr. (1997), Toni Martin (1976), Jeffrey B. Ferguson (2008), Leda Martins (2003), Louis Gates (1990), Cuti (2002), Denise Carrascosa (2017), Ana Lúcia Souza (2011), Stuart Hall (1996), Gayatri Spivak (2010), Raquel de Souza (2017), Hampaté Bâ (2010) and Lawrence Venuti (2002). These authors, supplementarily, have made it possible to theorize about the issues related to the themes brought throughout the work, in order to favor the creation of new ideas and discussions for the literary translation of afrodiasporic texts in Brazil. The perspectives arising from these reflections have taken shape, especially in the part of the translations, as of immersion of the critical analysis of the translated poems. Such analyzes have sought to put the Afro-Brazilian and Afro-American cultures into dialogue, considering both the aesthetic aspects of the poems, its visuality and sonority, as well as its political, historical and identity aspects.

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  • SANDRA DE JESUS DOS SANTOS
  • In Custody and Fasting Feasting: The Power Relations and the Decolonization of the Subjects in Anita Desai.

  • Leader : ANTONIA TORREAO HERRERA
  • Data: 12 déc. 2018
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  • Postcolonial studies grew, exponentially, in the second half of the twentieth century, corroborating the socio-political framework of decolonization of African and Asian colonies and, above all, by the effervescence of epistemological ruptures fostered and debated by intellectuals in various fields, such as cultural studies and subaltern studies. In this context, the Indian writer and intellectual, Anita Desai, produces fictional works, which accentuate the India's post-independence socio-cultural scene. Through a narrative with psychological traits, Desai can present a hybrid and contrasting India, which, on the one hand, has a look at its Hindu philosophical culture and, on the other hand, stares the present and gradual process of decolonization. In analyzing the novels In Custody (1984), translated in Brazil as Sob Custódia (1988) and the novel Fasting Feasting (1999), translated in Portugal by O Jejum e a Festa (1999), one can perceive the identity hybridism of the subjects, whose existences are crossed and sometimes subalternized by structures of power, derived both from British colonization and Indian tradition. In these narratives of the diasporic author, Anita Desai, is addressed the cultural multiplicity present in India with its different languages and religions. And the epistemic and subjective displacements of the post-colonized individuals are also highlighted. From the questions presented, this research aims to analyze the novels Sob Custódia (1988) and O Jejum e a Festa (1999) in order to perceive, in the various narrative elements, the resistance of the postcolonial subjects against structures of power in independent India. The research also seeks to map Desai's intellectual and creative strategies and to progress in the theoretical reflection on the representation of the diasporic intellectual in contemporaneity, delineating the socio - historical aspects, whose presence crosses the indian writer 's prose.

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  • FELIPE SOUZA MENEZES
  • ABOUT THE BELLIES THAT BLOW THE BLACK RIVERS: TRANSLATION AND BLACK FEMINISM IN DEATH AND THE KING'S HORSEMAN.

  • Leader : DENISE CARRASCOSA FRANCA
  • Data: 19 déc. 2018
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  • In this work, I discuss political issues in the field of Translation Studies in order to think about aspects of black culture as a form of epistemological production in this space. Bringing up the perspective of Tradução de Encruzilhada (Crossroad Translation), I draw an Afro-centered translation project that constitutes the theoretical-methodological basis for my first draft of translation of the play Death and the King's Horseman, written by the Nigerian intellectual Wole Ṣoyinka. From the translation of the play, I make an analysis of its constitutive aspects, focusing mainly on the lines of feminist black thinking, observing the construction of the female characters in the plot of the literary text. In this space of interaction, I lead a reflexive black-feminist dialogue that unites the points of the black atlantic, crossroads solidarity exchanges of African-American, Brazilian and continental-African.

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  • ESTER DA ANUNCIAÇÃO DUARTE
  • SILVIANO SANTIAGO INTERVIEW: WAYS TO RESIZE CRITICAL CATEGORIES.
     
  • Leader : LIVIA MARIA NATALIA DE SOUZA SANTOS
  • Data: 20 déc. 2018
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  • The intellectual's doing today is a question that generates much discussion due to the new
    demands of socioeconomic reorganization experienced in the digital era. Society has
    increasingly organized itself to regain a representativeness that coincides with its experience,
    which raises a suspicion about the utility of having a cultural representative in the
    contemporaneity. Some critics have presented considerations about the intellectual
    performance, according to their respective historical contexts, which will guide the analyzes
    constructed in this study on the work of the writer Silviano Santiago as an intellectual willing
    to exercise cultural mediation in his country and America- Latina. Throughout his teaching and
    artistic work, this author has constructed a literary criticism that goes against the legitimacy of
    the classics and brings a whole theory that potentiates the fissure with the notions of cultural
    dependence, debt, and coherent national identity. Because of this, its production is part of the
    curriculum of the Brazilian universities, as well as having a very fluid dialogue with the main
    Latin American thinkers. What this study brings as a contribution to the study on the intellectual
    performance of this writer is the proposed analysis about the place that the interview has next
    to its production; which elements are involved in its construction; how it participates in the
    dissemination of knowledge; what is its composition, as a mediatic instrument; the demands to
    which it is submitted, among other issues.

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  • LAURA DE OLIVEIRA SANTOS ALVES
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    AUTOFICCTION AND MADNESS IN TODOS OS CACHORROS SÃO AZUIS, BY RODRIGO DE SOUZA LEÃO

  • Leader : NOELIA BORGES DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 20 déc. 2018
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  • This is a study about the irruption ways of the discourse of the madness in the work of Rodrigo de Souza Leão, Todos os cachorros são azuis(All the dogs are blue). The research focuses on the very voices of those who are persecuted for a diagnosis or for presenting a deviated behavior from the discourse of rationality. The self-writing expression, entitled "autofiction", is investigated as a way of empowerment of the discourse. The term "autofiction" is debated from the perspective of the urgency literature proposed by Luciana Hidalgo. The work also proposes to think about pain as poetic, under the philosophical eye of Arthur Schopenhauer and analyzes the possibility of transgression and resistance that focuses on the matter of madness in the work of Leão. This work also presents a sample on the construction way of the discourse of madness and its experiences from Michel Foucault's point of view, showing how it presents itself in the studied corpus. We work with the idea of "hallucinatory" writing in Leão, which proposes a reading that presents his writing misconceptions. It is hoped to confirm his literature as a work of art that develops and shows the infinite possibilities of resisting and living in the face of the singularities, gods and demons that exist in every human soul.

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  • ERNESTO DA SILVA NASCIMENTO NETO
  • MALCOLM X: TRANSLATION OF HIS SPEECHES, DEBATES AND INTERVIEWS IN CONNECTION WITH AFRICA AND ITS DIASPORA

  • Leader : DENISE CARRASCOSA FRANCA
  • Data: 21 déc. 2018
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  • The aim of this qualitative dissertation research is to translate from English to Portuguese
    the speeches, interviews and debates of Malcolm X (1960 - 1965), the leader of Civil
    Rights in the United States. For the accomplishment of this research it was selected 37
    speeches, 12 interviews, 3 debates and 1 letter. The theoretical methodological axis for
    the analysis of the texts was based on the concept of epistemology of the place, an
    Afrocentricity analysis, theory elaborated by the professor Dr. Molefi Kete Asante
    (1980). At the core of Afrocentricity theory, it is the idea that the African individuals has
    been displaced culturally, psychologically, economic, and historically. Consequently, any
    assessment of their condition must be made based on a location centered on Africa and
    its diaspora. Regarding to the theoretical basis, it was used the Afrodiasporic concept,
    which was elaborated by PhD Professor Denise Carrascosa (2017). The concept of
    Afrodiasporic refers to the agonistic force that removes and reconstitutes territories,
    through displacement, movements and reversions, projecting itself as a contemporary
    power. These concepts made it possible to establish a theoretical approximation with the
    oral text of Malcolm X in the translation work, trying, as far as possible, to consider all
    the specificities present in this type of text.

Thèses
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  • MARCELA RODRIGUES SOARES
  • CONTEMPORARY ALLEGORISTS: IMAGES OF THOUGHT IN THE LIRIC OF MAYRANT GALLO AND GONÇALO M. TAVARES

  • Leader : SANDRO SANTOS ORNELLAS
  • Data: 6 avr. 2018
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  • Walter Benjamin's studies of allegory have given a new notion of this figure of
    thought. First, in studying the tragic drama of the Baroque period, the philosopher distinguished
    the allegory of the symbol, emphasizing that symbolic language is imbued with the
    idea of full and eternal meaning. The rehabilitation of the allegory occurred by the recognition
    of its instability of meanings, and the profusion of temporality and history. Later, in analyzing
    the poetic work of Baudelaire, Benjamin was able to capture the inherent transience of the
    allegory in the theme of the city and of modernity, explored by the French poet. Associated
    with the idea of allegory, Benjamin still presents conception about the aura, the category of
    flâneur, the notion of phantasmagoria, of traces, the lived experience of shock and melancholy.
    The allegory is no longer seen as a mere stylistic resource to be seen as a way of thinking.
    In contemporaneity, the thematic approach to daily life and the narrative present in the poems
    again rehabilitate this way of thinking by images. In this thesis, it was proposed to use allegory
    as a procedure for reading contemporary poetry by Gonçalo M. Tavares and Mayrant
    Gallo, as well as to analyze the images that the allegory evokes in these poems. Therefore, a
    comparative study was undertaken, seeking to identify points of convergence and distance
    from the use of allegory by these poets. For this, we tried to observe the recurrence of certain
    images within the themes of the city, time and death that denounce these poets as allegorists.

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  • EVELIN BALBINO DO NASCIMENTO
  • By the enchanted ways - A reading of the tales of Mia Couto

  • Leader : CASSIA DOLORES COSTA LOPES
  • Data: 30 avr. 2018
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  • This thesis deals with the theme of reenchantment of the world through poetic language, having as corpus of analysis a set of short stories by the mozambican writer Mia Couto, as well as lectures, publicspeachs and interviews that expose the author's understanding of the concept of reenchantment. For this, it is supposed that the author seeks to revise the relationship between man and some of the conceptual foundations dearest to academic scrutiny: science, the body, the animal, the divine and death – creating tension inside of it. The workscontemplated for thisthesis are Vozes Anoitecidas (2013), Cada Homem é uma Raça (2013), Estórias Abensonhadas (2012), Contos do Nascer da Terra (2014), Na Berma de Nenhuma Estrada(2015) andO fio das Miçangas. (2009). It is believed that, challenging the reader through narratives about volatile bodies and the architecture of dreams and imagination, for example, Couto exposes a coherent literary project around the reenchantment of the world through literature. The analytical work will search for theoretic ways suggested by the literary texts, trying to continuously enlarge the interpretative pathways that surround the relationship amongst texts in Portuguese, through comparative analysis.

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  • TATIANE ALMEIDA FERREIRA
  • THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE IMAGE OF THE TOURIST BAHIA IN BAHIA DE TODOS OS SANTOS: GUIDE OF STREETS AND MYSTERIES, BY JORGE AMADO

  • Leader : ALVANITA ALMEIDA SANTOS
  • Data: 22 juin 2018
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  • The present thesis aims to make a reading of the images that helped to construct the tourist image of the city of Salvador in the work Bahia de Todos os Santos: Jorge Amado's streets and mysteries guide, from its main editions, the first illustrated 1945 by Manuel Martins, and the 1977 edition, updated in its verbal text and illustrated by Carlos Bastos. The work will undergo changes in order to accompany the urban and cultural changes that were taking place in the city of Salvador when new actions to encourage culture and tourism were designed for the city, as well as the cultural effervescence around the idea of baianidade and the cultural imagery and, consequently, an image for Bahia that would serve to promote tourism. We start from the assumption that the writer has always created an image for the Bahian capital, with the combination of the architectural landscape and the human elements that constitute it, thus allowing investigations that understand why the image of this city has always been a concern for the elites economic, intellectual, for artists, writers, politicians and entrepreneurs. Thinking about the thematic clipping for the research, we tried to answer the following questions: How did the dialogue between word and image help in the construction of the tourist image of Bahia in the guide Bahia de Todos os Santos? How did the historical contexts of 1945 and 1977 influence the creation of a fixed image for Bahia? How did each illustrator make this reading of Bahia created by Jorge Amado? What is presented in representations now real, now fictional and imaginary leads to the maintenance of the discourse created on Bahia in contemporary representations? Due to this bias, the discussion proposed here focuses on the views made by Jorge Amado's tourist guide, in his two editions, which mix reality and fiction when they poeze, fictionalize the spaces of the city at times. We use these narratives to understand how the look on it has been constructed. In the search for answers, this work has an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary aspect, in making the interpretative readings of the work taking to the critical and theoretical considerations of the urban and architectural studies, the Cultural Studies, the Foucaultian studies on archeological discourse analysis, with its approach whose main categories are the discourse and the statement that served to understand how the written content of the guide is presented in the images of the covers and illustrations of the book, as well as to present a reading of the discourse created in the dialogue between the verbal text and the visual texts, to verify the repetitions of an image about Bahia in the different editions of the book and in its dialogue with the contemporary representations. The work prompts several paths of interpretation and we have been led by it to weave some provocations that were aided by the reflections of Derrida and Deleuze to think other questions, in the attempt to carry out other readings of that city that exists in its concrete form, but also inhabits the imaginary of people being as real as, because it constituted itself as truth. What we perceive in this work is the fact that the writer is concerned with fixing an image for the city of the Savior in two periods: in the 1940s and 70s in accordance with the historical-cultural context. The research allowed to identify in the works of the corpus, crossing with the governmental advertisements for the tourism, the presence of a discursive regularity on the image of Salvador from the edition of 77, portraying the city like postcard and locus of the black-mestizo culture singular and authentic, driven by the daily feast and the enchantment. The image in the book of 45 denounced an unequal, degraded and miserable city in both the poorer segments of society and the destruction of its architectural heritage, so the writer will change, he will rebuild the image of the city in the updated edition, precisely to do Bahia to establish itself as a tourist center and to enter the concurred international route.

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  • FABIANA PRUDENTE CORREIA
  • Philology and digital humanities in the study of the censored dramaturgy of Roberto Athayde: collection and edition of Os Desinibidos.

  • Leader : ROSA BORGES DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 31 juil. 2018
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  • The diversity of academic practices that deal with the text in a material and historical
    perspective is considered here as a humanistic panorama of Philology to carry out a
    philological reading, edition and study of the collection of censored theatrical texts produced
    by the Brazilian playwright Roberto Athayde during the military dictatorship. From the
    documentary and bibliographical research, the set of seven theatrical productions of the author
    was isolated to organize a dossier related to one of the texts, Os Desinibidos, which was
    submitted to Federal Censorship and was staged between 1982 and 1983. Such a dossier is
    composed of census documentation, newspaper texts, show program and authorial
    publications, such as short stories and poems that integrate the text staged in 1983. At the
    interface Philology and Digital Humanities, which comprises digital technology, human and
    social sciences under a transdisciplinary perspective, it was analyzed the cultural history of
    the practices of writing and transmitting the censored theatrical text and a hyper-edition as a
    hypermedia file was set up and made available on the Internet through the domain
    www.acervorobertoathayde.com. Entitled Roberto Athayde: dramaturgia censurada, the
    hyper-edition integrates issues and digital collection, which includes the Os Desinibidos’

    dossier, for which two editorial modalities are presented: a facsimile edition and a hiper-
    media synoptic-critical edition. Characterized by manifesting the author's involvement in

    various political and social issues that face the common sense of bourgeois conscience and
    Brazilian moral conservatism, Roberto Athayde's theatrical texts, objects of this research,
    produce various political and social literatures about the civil-military operation period of
    1964-1984. In this way, the hyper-edition accomplished in this work can promote, as a
    hypermedia archive, successive decentralization of the history of Brazilian literature,
    democratizing access to information and creating, through digital hypertext, new possibilities
    of reading and social circulation of texts.

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  • JULIANA OLIVEIRA LESQUIVES

  • VIOLENCE AS A SYSTEM: STUDY OF CONTEMPORARY BRAZILIAN LITERARY AND CINEMATOGRAPHIC NARRATIVES

  • Leader : ALVANITA ALMEIDA SANTOS
  • Data: 17 août 2018
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  • During the modern age, the issue of violence has occupied an important place in Western thinking, converting itself in a common thread of analysis about humanity and its forms of social organization. Concerning Brazilian reality and its cultural manifestations, the depiction of violence filled our pages and screens throughout our history. Such interest is a consequence of the process of formation of Brazilian society, which is based, since the beginning, on a violence that extended and drawn the lines of our national formation based on numerous dreadful conflicts that show the brutality of our social relationships. Since the 90’s there was a rise in the quantity of cinematographic and literary works about violence in Brazil. Most productions generally focused on police violence and its consequences. In a similar way, specialized critics also focused its interests on analysis of a subjective violence – that violence carried by identifiable individuals. Despite of existing in a reasonable quantity, works and critics dedicated to the examination of objective violence – that violence which an individual suffers due to the configurations of the society, its economic and political system – did not have the same space that works dedicated to more “apparent” and shocking phenomena of violence had. In the face of this scenario, the objective of this work is to investigate how contemporary Brazilian literary and cinematographic production has depicted violence, taking into account its objective, systemic and structural aspect and examining how this aspect is taken into account in the works studied. For this purpose, the following objects were chosen to compose the corpus of this work: the film Quanto vale ou é por quilo? (2005), directed by Sérgio Bianchi, the novel Estive lá fora (2012), written by Ronaldo Correia de Brito, and the novel Cabeça a prêmio (2003), written by Marçal Aquino. It is possible to note in the three objects of this work how violence is depicted in distinct ways, sometimes prioritizing its structural aspect, other times prioritizing the organizational or situational aspect of the problem. However, these works focus more on relationships and attitudes that lie on the basis of the production of violence than on its patent manifestations. Systemic violence to which individuals are exposed is presented in these works as the violence produced by work exploration, by the State, by the process of industrialization and urbanization, by the vestiges of the slavery, by political and social relationships, by cultural annihilation and forgetfulness strategy, by the denial of basic rights, by the imposition of drug dealing and, among other aspects, by the institutionalized racism. These aspects characterize the participation of Brazil on the development of capitalism and, consequently, our modernity, indicating how these representations can help us to comprehend Brazilian society, its formation and present configuration.

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  • IONÃ CARQUEIJO SCARANTE
  • MADAY CRUSOE'S PIECES OF LIFE: FROM THE ACQUIS THREADS TO THE CRITICAL EDITION

  • Leader : ALVANITA ALMEIDA SANTOS
  • Data: 29 août 2018
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  • The literary production of the Brazilian writer Mady Crusoe, who was born in Bahia, is the object of this PhD Thesis. The editorial work performed was the result of reading the documents of Mady Crusoé (AMC) collection and the preparation of an inventory, which pointed us the guidelines for presenting his labor in the construction of her book Pedaços de Vida ‒ plans, sketches, drafts, typewriting material and printed writings. They were important pieces for this study. We started with the inventory of the author's collection, whose material sources allowed us to reconstitute her personal, professional and literary trajectory. Texts of plural tradition were located in the collection. Thus, we opted for the critical edition of Pedaços de Vida manuscripts. In this research, we revealed how the writing process of some texts occurred and how the work of the author occurred when she resumed them to publish the Book. The edition brings the critical text for the selected manuscripts, accompanied by the apparatus in which the textual / authorial modifications are registered. Inserted in a philology studies, this thesis is an example of a critical edition going beyond the action of fixing and publishing texts. It analyzes textual situations of the most diverse, such as: the textual / textual modifications in the process of elaborating a text, how it was transcribed and transmitted, its circulation and reception, as well as the action of social agents who act in editorial mediation, among others. Through the work developed, we provide readers with access to relevant information on Madyan literary production and other material in their collection that has helped us re-tell her history of life, despite the gaps found in the research.

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  • ADNA EVANGELISTA COUTO DOS SANTOS

  • THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF ALEILTON FONSECA IN NHÔ GUIMARÃES: GENETIC EDUCATION AND CRITICAL STUDY

  • Data: 30 août 2018
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  • The creative process of the writer from Bahia Aleilton Fonseca in Nhô Guimarães: genetic editing and critical study. This is the first work of doctoral thesis on this writer and his work. Through this, a proposal was made for horizontal genetic editing in the process of creation of Nhô Guimarães, in order to project a broader view of the writer's profile regarding the perception of the work of his writing, as well as the multiple possibilities and movements that a text can present, thus showing all its mobility and dynamics. Through his work, his academic life is presented, and how his experiences interfered in the construction of his works, its critical reception and the relations between author, writer and reader, in order to foster the representativeness of Bahian writers in the scenario of Brazilian literature. It follows, then, the presentation of the novel and cultural aspects of the text, as well as a study on the intertextual processes present in Nhô Guimarães (2006) and Grande Sertão: veredas (1956). For the treatment of the object of study, the text was used to look at the perspective of Genetic Criticism, proposing a horizontal genetic edition, that is, a part considered significant in the process of textual creation of Nhô Guimarães, analyzing the interpolations made by a critic-reviewer in version C of the genetic file, identifying in versions D and E, what was accepted, rejected or partially accepted by the author, thus fomenting the discussion of authorship issues and the voices present in the text .The genetic dossier of the work is composed by eight typed versions, with characteristics of autograph manuscripts, and the only published edition.

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  • CLARISSA MOREIRA DE MACEDO
  • THE LAND IN TWO ACTS: PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES IN THE POETRY OF JURACI DREAM AND MIGUEL TORGA

  • Leader : SANDRO SANTOS ORNELLAS
  • Data: 11 sept. 2018
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  • The work of Juraci Dórea and Miguel Torga presents telluric images, often transfigured in the backcountry and mountains, covered by metaphors and with some unfoldings. This imagery constructs a topography that rewrites landscapes, suggesting meanings and approaches. The telluric in the work of these authors - that also go by other dominions and genres, the essay and the visual arts in the case of Dórea; the novel, the theater, the diary and the tale, in the case of Torga – constructs a place. In the literature, it is perceived that the image of the earth assumes different meanings, varying according to the approach of each author. Thus, after some readings and hypotheses, it is necessary to discuss the image of the earth also through the investigation of a geopoetic (WHITE, 2016) – a poetic of the earth – allied to a survey of the telluric in literature. In this sense, from a relational bias – through the concept-operator of rhizome, developed by Deleuze and Guattari (1995) –, I present a brief overview of the presence of the image of the earth in the Brazilian and Portuguese literary texts of the middle of the XIX century until today. In the second part of the research, I undertake a summary of the telluric in Dorean visual work and in Torguian short stories. In the third and final part, I do a reading of Dórea and Torga poems in which the image of the earth is present, in an attempt to highlight affinities and disparities between the work of both artists in relation to the telluric, and to explain how the notion of earth operates in their literature. I investigate how the image of the earth in the work of the writers in question shapes a third space, configuring an image that demands a middle ground, an unprecedented place that can lead to a kind of re-enchantment (MAFFESOLI, 2002). I use, therefore, a short story by Guimarães Rosa (2016) transformed into a reading operator, Deleuze and Guattari texts (1977; 1992; 1995; 1997; 2005), among others.

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  • LUIZ CARLOS DE SOUZA
  • WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT ALFRED: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN HITCHCOCK FILMS

  • Leader : NANCY RITA FERREIRA VIEIRA
  • Data: 13 sept. 2018
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  • The Thesis intends to investigate violence against women as a strategic component to the hitchcockian suspense. The audience is summoned to assume a duality position, because, at first, the audience sympathizes with the hitchcoquian women in dangerous situations, motivated by aggression. However, from the use of cinematographic language, used as an element to trigger a constitutive misogyny of Western societies and therefore present in the audience, the hitchcoquian narrative calls on the viewer to demand scenes of aggression against women. Among the analyzed films are: Downhill (1927), O Ringue (The Ring, 1927), O Inquilino Sinistro (The Lodger, 1927), Chantagem e Confissão (1929), O Agente Secreto (Secret Agent, 1936), A Estalagem Maldita (Jamaica Inn, 1939), Correspondente Estrangeiro (Foreign Correspondent, 1940), Interlúdio (1946), Pacto Sinistro (1951), Disque M para Matar (Dial M for Murder, 1954), Janela Indiscreta (Rear Window, 1954)Intriga Internacional (North by Northwest, 1959), Psicose (Psycho, 1960), Os Pássaros (The Birds, 1963), Topázio (Topaz, 1969) e Frenesi (Frenzy, 1972).

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  • JOABSON LIMA FIGUEIREDO
  • Cartographies Baianas: Identity, memory and gender in the novels of Herberto Sales.

  • Leader : ALVANITA ALMEIDA SANTOS
  • Data: 24 sept. 2018
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  • This study is the result of a research that has in its mainstay the novels of Herberto Sales. The point of convergence considered is the Bahian cultural cartography. The research was carried out with the purpose of analyzing the cultural representations in three novels of the Bahian writer: The Opinions of the time (1984), Gravel (1944) and The prostitute (1996). We hope to present a cartography of representations of the Bahian culture in the three novels, to highlight identity discourses in the works, in the interface of the discursive aspects with the historical and gender themes. The study identified a consonance of the literary plan with the social one,
    without, of course, considering literature merely as a reflection of society and the historical situation. The point of contact would be in the aspect in which the discourse about the representations of the Bahian cultural cartography in the herbertian roman, as narrative that is within the romanesque genre, importance, making the chronicler a historical subject, a narrator of the story, according to Walter Benjamin. It identifies itself with the city and is home to it, building, with its work, a literary-geographical map of Bahia - a literary cartography, metaphor and fabric of its existence. In the construction of the thesis, it is used as a theoretical-methodological reference, Literature in dialogue with History, from these and other theorists, those of the proposed research line, essentially, comes to the conclusion of a strong relationship with Bahia of the author, in a concrete relation of love to the place, connects to the City of Bahia and the Lavras Diamantinas. In the wake of the theoretical texts of MOURA (2011), VILMA (2008), ARAUJO (2008), CHARTIER (1991), BENJAMIN (1980, 2014), RISÉRIO (1993, 1995, 2004), et alli. Thus, like her work, Herberto Sales works to build his place in the world and, at the same time, contributes to the cultural, social, historical and political identity of Bahia.

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  • MARIANA ANDRADE GOMES
  • Paths of the comic in Cape Verdean writings in the 20th and 21st centuries: from the narratives of mestiçagem to political laughter in Germano Almeida and Mário Lúcio Sousa.

  • Leader : MARIA DE FATIMA MAIA RIBEIRO
  • Data: 19 oct. 2018
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  • Not necessarily funny, not just numbing, much less instinctively or irrationally exposed, laugh can be understood and used by/in various ways, but in this thesis, it is read in its political-ideological bias. In this perspective, the approach adopted by the present research interprets the comic in its implication and social responsibility, as Wole Soyinka (1988) advocates, in defining it as a resource for conscious and confrontation with the structures of oppression. Complementarily, the laughable is discussed from its ambivalence, based on the reflections proposed by Bakhtin (1999), when analyzing how its use can imply positions that defend and/or question certain ideals. To identify and examine the ideological claims expressed through the literary platform in Cape Verde were pointed, as theoretical and methodological resources, considerations about the legacies of writers acting in the periodical Claridade (1936-1966), in their propositions about the miscegenation as a national identity that supposedly promotes the fusion of social categories of race, class, and gender. From the ruptures and continuities of the clear heritage, whose production became paradigmatic in the literary scene of the archipelago, I research a brief panorama of texts written by intellectuals in the conjuncture of the islands, in the concomitant period and after independence, questions related to class, gender and race are worked using laughter to verify patterns, deviations and trends. In this sense, the critical readings of the four works: Ondina Ferreira's short story "O Visto" (2010), the chronicle "Markito com K" (1987) by Filinto Elísio Silva, the youth narrative Cinco balas contra a América (2008) by Jorge Araújo, and Arménio Vieira's long narrative O eleito do sol (1992), also come together to examine the operationalization of comedy in these narratives as a way of complementing theoretical gaps arising from the framework, mostly based on researches and researchers, (such as the theories of Linda Hutcheon (2000), Mikhail Bakhtin (1999) and Daniel Cottom (1989)). Based on these considerations, this work explores the use of laughter in three contemporary Cape Verdean narratives, Germano Almeida's O Meu Poeta ([1990], 1992a) and A Morte do Meu Poeta (1998b), and Biografia do Língua (2015) by Mário Lúcio Sousa, to discuss how these books use laughter in the treatment of the demands and categorizations about race, ethnicity, gender and class in the context of the country. The two writers have a great national and international projection, transiting diverse spaces of the artistic and public life, most notably, in their performances as literary creators and elected deputies. In this way, it is hoped to be able to contribute to the bibliography referring to the investigations on the literature(s) produced in Cape Verde, as well as to the studies about the comic in the African writings in Portuguese language.

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  • SIRLENE RIBEIRO GOES
  • Study of the creative process of translating and interpreting the Brazilian Sign Language Window of the short film Raccoon & Crawfish: exploring digital paths

  • Data: 29 nov. 2018
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  • The study of the creative process of audiovisual materials is still in an emerging state, even though, such products have widely been circulating in media and attracting the interest of several researchers. Considering accessible audiovisual works for deaf people, there is no report of this kind of research in genetic criticism up to now. In fact, the problem one has to face is the complexity of collecting documents that register such processes and this is a great obstacle for the development of such research. When we talk about accessible audiovisual translation for deaf people, Closed Caption will certainly be the first audiovisual translation mode to come to our mind. But, in fact, its display is not the most effective way for a good comprehension of the content shown on the screen for deaf people, what is due to several reasons, such as: different levels of linguistic competence of deaf people; lack of subtitling criteria; missing of written representation of nonverbal sound elements, etc. However, there are two resources that give accessibility to audiovisual products that are not widely used by media industry and television broadcasters, although very effective. They are the SDH – Subtitles for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing and Brazilian Sign Language (Libras) Window, a small window embedded on the screen where information is translated and interpreted in Libras. Considering the shortage of methodological materials to study genetic dossiers related to translation and interpretation for Brazilian Sign Language Window, this work aims to analyze the creative process of translating and interpreting the Brazilian Sign Language Window of the short film Raccoon & Crawfish (2007). Studies on genetic criticism, deafness, Brazilian Sign Language and audiovisual translation (AVT), especially subtitling, SDH and Brazilian Sign language window were the theoretical framework used to study the genesis of the referred creative process.

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  • ALEX SANTANA FRANCA
  • Come back those who don’t die, go away those who were here. 
    Oh, this dance, my mother, do the children dance?
    ”: migratory and diasporical experiences in the personal trajectory and Licinio Azevedo’s work

  • Leader : MARIA DE FATIMA MAIA RIBEIRO
  • Data: 13 déc. 2018
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  • Mozambique stood out in the history of worldwide cinema, more specifically among the Portuguese-speaking African countries. That happened because after the country’s independence, in 1975, it has developed a national cinema infrastructure untied from the global commercial cinematographic circuit and from the service of the Marxist nation that emerged after the Portuguese colonialism. Besides that, throughout its cinematographic path, in particular between the decade of 1970 and 1980, the country has aggregated a varied filmography produced by a group of different directors, foreign and local, with stylistic characteristics and diverse themes. Professionals and artists from different places in the world migrated to the African territory, like Licínio Azevedo, who was born in Brazil and settled in Mozambique. They also collaborated to different spheres of this process, as well as, they consequently received contributions in their personal lives and their works, which resulted in a significant process of sharing and exchanging of knowledge, techniques and languages. The goal of this work was to identify and analyze the main reasons that motivated different diasporic experiences in the Mozambican context, mainly after its independence, as well as the implications of these phenomena in the sociocultural field through the analysis of the films A árvore dos antepassados (1995) [The tree of the forefathers], O grande bazar (2006) [The great bazaar] e Virgem Margarida (2012) [Virgin Margarida], directed by the journalist and filmmaker Licínio Azevedo. The analysis showed that certain political projects and the Mozambican civil war were the main responsible for the migratory movement portrayed in the narratives, it also showed that these experiences resulted in the (re)definition and/or in the appreciation of the singularities of the groups in movement. 

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  • KÁTIA REGINA MACÊDO BORGES
  • MAP: CARTOGRAPHY OF A GENERATION
  • Leader : ANTONIA TORREAO HERRERA
  • Data: 13 déc. 2018
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  • The thesis analyzes the relationship between the Geração Mapa Literary Society and its educational projects from the 1930s onwards. Geração Mapa was the first literary society established within a student environment in the context of public education and, by analysing certain characteristics and features--female presence, audience formation, content orientation, press presence--It is contended that such are linked to a specific local scenario influenced by projects developed by Anísio Teixeira and other liberal educators, both in the format of public secondary schools, in the case of the Colégio Estadual da Bahia, where the inaugural Society meetings took place, and in the Universidade Federal da Bahia, under the rule of its president Edgard Santos

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  • PEDRO ALAIM MARTINS GARCIA JUNIOR
  • Processology: multiplicity, decentering and organization in Finnegans Wake, Grande Sertão: Veredas e Galáxias

  • Leader : EVELINA DE CARVALHO SA HOISEL
  • Data: 19 déc. 2018
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  • Considering the reverberating transformations occurred within the social sciences more explicitly during the second half of the twentieth century and after which the concept of “multiplicity” was turned into the axis of contemporaneous thinking, any attempt to activate a way of organizing multiplicity brought about a great deal of mistrust, for by denouncing the arbitrariness of fixing a regulatory center in discursive systems and by proposing to investigate the strategies to maintain and strengthen such arbitrary systems, the predominant view regarding the emergent theories of multiplicity tended to identify the concept of organization with a potential instrument of corruption, or a mere set of strategies for achieving power. As a result, one of the principal questions of the contemporary studies within the social sciences is to examine the possibility of organizing multiplicity without falling into binary hierarchical forms which can be used as a way of controlling structures by those who centralize the formation of knowledge. Driven by such a problem, this dissertation will focus on five concepts (“relation”, “paradox”, “system”, “structure” and “process”) whose detailed examination will allow us to reflect upon the dual way thought was conditioned as well as which directions the impulses of reconfiguration of duality point towards. In order to make explicit a non-dual way of organizing multiple perspectives, we will highlight, throughout each chapter, diverse organizational aspects of Finnegans Wake, Grande sertão: veredas and Galáxias for the ways these texts are harmonized correspond to the reconfiguration of the examined concepts. By observing the functional dynamics of Finnegans Wake, Grande sertão: veredas and Galáxias, we will be able to grasp the passage from a manner of seeing oneself (systemic arbitrariness) to a way of harmonically listening to ourselves (intersystemic dialogue). In this respect, the reconfiguration of thinking can be basically seen as the substitution of the arbitrariness and the violence installed in the center of duality for a dialogic axis whose procedures combat the dual reductions while putting dialogue in command of a processologic or polyphonic thinking in which a language of process creates itself based on a decentered dialogue between its multiple moving perspectives.

2017
Thèses
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  • PAULA MELISSA ALVES
  • NAO INFORMADO PELO DISCENTE

  • Leader : JOSE HENRIQUE DE FREITAS SANTOS
  • Data: 20 févr. 2017
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  • The present work addresses the formation of the field of Black Brazilian Literature from the analysis of the book Criação Crioula Nu Elefante Branco (edited by the Official Press of the State of São Paulo, 1987), as the result of the First Encounter of Black Brazilian Poets and Fictionists in São Paulo in 1985. Understanding the  First Encounter as a starting point for the field, we will trace the paths we have traveled until we reached Criação Crioula and everything that has unfolded after that watershed encounter for Black Literature. In order to discuss what we are proposing, we bring theoreticians such as Florentina Souza, Eduardo de Assis Duarte, Pierre Bourdieu, Cuti, Regina Dalcastagnè, Mário Augusto Medeiros da Silva, Conceição Evaristo among others.

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  • MARIA DOLORES SOSIN RODRIGUEZ
  • Não informado

  • Leader : LIVIA MARIA NATALIA DE SOUZA SANTOS
  • Data: 10 avr. 2017
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  • This dissertation is the construction of a course on Jacques Roubaud's book Something: black (2005), based on the book's readings on the lyric poet's diction in contemporaneity and the resonances that are found in the unfolding of biographical critique and of what it represents for literary theory. In this sense, and taking into consideration that the book was written as a result of the death of the author's wife, Alix Cléo, this work develops articulations about this absent being and is reassembled in the book through a virtuality, straining for the conception of a a lyrical subject that is constructed, through the literary text, and in friction and contamination with the empirical subject, in the formation of a poetic temporality that orders other discursividades regarding the conception of a memory. Articulating this scene, seeking to understand the order established by Eros and Thanatos, the poetic text is organized in the sense of creating a universe that interrogates the demarcations of a text that is between poetry and autobiography and of a theory that needs to cover the peculiarities of a voice that announces itself in a context that motivates the debate on the regularities of literary theory and the canon, giving way to the interpretation of a knowledge that is built taking into account the power of an experience. By dismantling the structures and interrogating a centrality and an origin, the book shines as the possibility of desierarquization of forms and discourses that is being demanded, here, by an investigative knowledge that problematizes the complex relation between work and author.

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  • CRISTIANE SANTOS DE SOUZA PAIXÃO
  • WRITING OF MUTILANCE (S): THE BLACK FEMALE POETTIC VOICE IN RITA SANTANA LITERARY PRODUCTION

  • Leader : FLORENTINA DA SILVA SOUZA
  • Data: 1 sept. 2017
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  • The dissertation entitled Escrita Crivada de Mutilância(s): A Voz Poética Feminina Negra na Produção Literária de Rita Santana proposes to analyze how the writer, Rita Santana, represents the black feminine poetic subject and the strategies used to represent it in the poem books Tratado das Veias (2006) and Alforrias (2012). The first book, Tratado das Veias (2006), contemplated by the selection of the Fundação Cultural do Estado da Bahia and published by As Letras da Bahia, is composed of seventy poems. The second book, Alforrias (2012), published by Editus – Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz (UESC) publishing house, gathers twenty-eight poems. This research was focused on an analysis based on an interdisciplinary theoretical foundation, focusing on literary studies, culture and afrodescendence. After a critical-interpretive analysis of the poems we found that the poetic voices of black women present images of other profiles in Brazilian literature, disregarding the representations commonly found in hegemonic literary texts. In her texts, Rita Santana presents a strong feminine position, especially the black feminine. The poetic voice claims other spaces of action for black women, presents reactions against (pre) established places, and (re) builds other modes of self representation, identity, memory and sexuality. In addition, they denounce gender and racial discrimination, as well as the silencing and invisibility experienced by black women writers.

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  • THAIANE PINHEIRO COSTA
  • THE NARRATIVE RE-EXISTENCE OF THE KIRIRI PEOPLE
  • Leader : SUZANE LIMA COSTA
  • Data: 29 sept. 2017
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  • In this dissertation, I have as objective to present and discuss the authentic narratives of the Kiriri people. To do this, I analyze the textualities present in the books Our People: Kiriri Readings: Differentiated Education in the Kiriri People's Vision – Student and Our People: Kiriri Readings: Differentiated Education in the Kiriri People's Vision – Methodological Guidance notebook – Professor, both published on 2007. From these books I examine how these narratives/literatures compose the project of the sociopolitical reconstitution, recognition and re-existance of the Kiriri‟s colective in the present, ethnicity which is geopolitically located in the North region of State of Bahia. The adopted work methodology was the analytical readings of the books, detaching eighteen textualities from the above mentioned works, observing the elements which make possible to sustain the idea that the narratives, inheritance of the memory of the ancestors and constituted in collectivity, act in the process of symbolic and material recognition of Kiriri‟s people. The results from the analysis show that these scriptures are constituted from the social-memory traces and also from the social practices of that group, serving as discursive space of resistance, re-existance and reinvention of Kiriri‟s people in the pursuit for recognition and justice.

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  • MABEL MEIRA MOTA
  •  

    PHILOLOGY AND ARCHIVOLOGY IN DIGITAL TIMES: THE ARCHIVE HYPERTEXTUAL AND HOW ISSUES OF CHOICE OR RIPPED FROM ARIOVALDO MATOS  

  • Leader : ROSA BORGES DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 31 oct. 2017
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  • The personal collections of modern authors have demonstrated the long and tortuous process of creation and textual rewriting, as well as the interferences of different subjects in the transmission of texts. The deconstruction of the "text" is permeated by the uses of the collections and, in the Textual Criticism, implies the erasure of the idea that the text is a stable and fixed object, even if it is printed. Through a methodological apparatus that conjugates Textual Criticism, Archivistics and Informatics, a hyper textual archive (URBINA et al., 2005) was developed, with a pragmatic orientation, made available through the Internet in the domain www.ariovaldomatos.com. The edition features a "reading" module, a “mediation” module, in which three different editorial models coexist - synoptic, interpretative, and fac-similar edition. In addition, a content management system, called Arconte, had been developed, from which the documents that compose the archival dossier of A Escolha ou O Desembestado, written by Ariovaldo Matos, aiming at the availability and controlled access to information. Finally, we present the critical-philological reading of the network of intentions and meanings that characterize theatrical play and which construct their own "final forms", emphasizing the textual sociability forms of Ariovaldo Matos play that represent the memory of his production, circulation and reception.

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