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ItemSistema agroalimentar e (re)existência: ‘mitos’, discurso político e produção acadêmica Akwẽ-Xerente(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-03-31) Schmidt, Rosana; Baptista, Jean Tiago; http://lattes.cnpq.br/9407792021708165; Baptista, Jean Tiago; Mainard, Camila; Oliveira, Lisbeth; Wichers, Camila Azevedo de Morais; Souza, Rildo Bento deThe high consumption of industrialized foods and the increase of chronic illness among the Akwẽ are some of the impacts arising from a socio-environmental problem caused by the hegemonic model of development. This study observes the agri-food system in the discourse of (re)existence of the Akwẽ people, under an anthropological view of their own (re)existing relations and practices. It also positions women and men in the food system, and evidences an epistemology in the face of the dynamics of this system. The research starts from the dialogue started in 2010, and since 2018 from personal and virtual data, resulting from interactions with the Akwẽ. The dialogue was conducted with leaders, such as men and women elders, teachers, and political leaders, inhabitants of the Xerente Indigenous Land in the State of Tocantins, Brazil. The observation was structured from genres of discourse, such as myths/narratives/stories, political discourse and academic and/or bibliographic production. The emphasis on food revealed reciprocity in the relationships and practices of nature, based on ontology, in place, in time, in reality and in the concreteness of existence. These relationships express cultural singularities, such as their social morphology and cosmology; its food system, mainly by existing, resistant or abandoned plantations and collections and its culinary recipes. Finally, the different narrative dimensions highlight akwẽ dispositions and motivations in the process of leading the life well and with self-sustenance.