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ItemDa teoria à prática: experienciando a leitura com libras e língua portuguesa(Maria de Fátima Cruvinel, 2009) Araújo, Márcia Maria de MeloThis article is the result of an investigation in bilingual classroom – Libras and Portuguese Language – of a school in Goiânia in the process of inclusion, attending deaf pupils and listeners. Our goal is to investigate the textual production of these pupils through the pedagogy of the projects. This one uses strategies to facilitate the apprenticeship of the pupil and to lead it to the autonomy in his apprenticeship. As result, we notice that the interface and the familiarity of two cultures point to a multicultural scenery, in which there is not better there is not worse, there are differents. ItemMulher e erotismo na lírica trovadoresca galego-portuguesa(2013-12) Fonseca, Pedro Carlos Louzada; Araújo, Márcia Maria de MeloIt is an approach of the female images reproduced in the cantigas de amigo “Fui eu, madre, lavar meus cabelos” by Johan Soarez Coelho and “Levou s’ aa alva, levou s’ a velida” by Pero Meogo, both outstanding troubadours Galician-Portuguese. In the cantigas de amigo, eroticism appears as the theme of the possibility of satisfaction, of promise, of desire or its negation, and of the closeness of happiness. In this sense, it is intended in this paper to reflect on the recurring images in the lyricism of these minstrels and how ethical elements of loyalty, courage, tenderness are treated by an eroticcultural aspect that makes the medieval nobility capable of transforming the sufferings of love into beauty, offering in this way a meaning and a suitable value for feeling. ItemA poesia trovadoresca e a imagem da mulher na cantiga de amigo(2012-06) Araújo, Márcia Maria de Melo; Fonseca, Pedro Carlos LouzadaThis study aims at investigating troubadour poetry and the female image in Cantigas d’amigo dos trovadores galego-portugueses, assembled by José Joaquim Nunes. The article compares the main reading sources on the view of women in the Middle Ages, especially on aspects that point out the marginalization of women in troubadour poems. Referring to the cantiga de amigo may allow us to characterize and recover the dynamics of the female path in a literary panorama exclusively centered on androcentric prerogatives. Thus, it may also allow us to place women or the space they occupy in literature, their image and questionings through lyric poetry. The cantiga acts as a source for the analysis of that profile and contributes to the understanding of medieval thought and its traces in the contemporary world.