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    Arquivos da insistência: narrativas biográficas de entendidas, maduras e lésbicas
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-10-02) Silva, Isabella Gonzaga Guimarães; Hirano, Luis Felipe Kojima;; Hirano, Luis Felipe Kojima; Kofes, Maria Suely; Gonçalves, Eliane
    This dissertation is the result of an ethnography of the biographical narratives of 4 women homosexuals aged between 51 and 70 years old and who record their sexual itinerations since categories such as “madura”, “entendida”, and “lésbicas”. The complex arrangements were covered temporalities put into circulation by them when they problematize the way their sexual and gender performances are constructed over time. When counting their modes of subjectivation articulate an ethnographic theory about the different relationships between subjectivity and truth in different cultural formations, making their existences are like seismographs of subjectivities in transit. Taking the narratives from themselves since the moments in which they underline the way in which they constituted themselves as subjects from a temporality of the impossible, it is suggested that their existences compose an archive of insistences and a radical imagination.
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    Caminhos da memória: na rua de significados se encontra a cozinha de pit dogs
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-08-15) Martins, Gabriel Sulino; Collaço, Janine Helfst Leicht;; Collaço, Janine Helfst Leicht; Roim, Talita Prado Barbosa; Lima Filho, Manuel Ferreira
    The present dissertation aims to present an analysis of the sociocultural context of workers and consumers who are interlocutors related to the cuisine of “Pit Dog” on Rua 10 in Goiânia. To carry out this qualitative research, ethnography will be used as a lived experience, adapting according to the situation, to identify the variables around this relationship between subjects and cuisine, based on theories that refer to the anthropology of consumption, food and urban throughout the dissertation . The research strategy, through cyberspace and face-to-face space, due to the current context of transition between the pandemic period and an endemic one in our society. From this, this text presents the conditions for the research, experienced field factors, relationships between the researcher and the interlocutors, information obtained in the text that lead to the construction of the notion of memory, tradition, identity and street. These aspects are related to the cuisine of “Pit Dog”, such as being on Rua 10, in Goiânia, changing and adapting to the movement of the city. Thus, the main object of research, the kitchen of “Pit Dog”.
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    Kalunga cidadão: uma análise antropológica da extensão universitária da Universidade Federal de Goiás nas comunidades quilombolas Kalunga
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-10-03) Gabry, Ulisses José; Omar Alvarez, Gabriel;; Omar Alvarez, Gabriel; Soares, Carlos Alberto Caroso; Lima Filho, Manuel Ferreira; Dias, Luciana de Oliveira
    This paper aims to contribute to the debate on the work of the Federal University of Goiás in the Kalunga Quilombola Communities through university extension. To this end, an anthropological analysis of UFG's university extension work in the Kalunga territory was carried out, starting with the extension program "Kalunga Cidadão: Promoção da Igualdade Racial na Comunidade Rural Quilombola Kalunga de Cavalcante, Monte Alegre e Teresina - Goiás" (Kalunga Citizen: Promotion of Racial Equality in the Kalunga Rural Quilombola Community of Cavalcante, Monte Alegre and Teresina - Goiás). It was found that the university's extension practice with the population has been built up over a long period of time by faculty members who, by having their research and teaching trajectories intersect with those of the communities, seek to contribute to the demands of the Kalunga Communities through university extension.
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    Juventude e escola: um estudo etnográfico atravessado pelas noções de corpo e subjetividade
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-08-22) Gomes Neto, José Joaquim; Ferreira, Glauco Batista;; Ferreira, Glauco Batista; Henning, Carlos Eduardo; Ribeiro, Miriam Bianca do Amaral
    This ethnographic research was conducted during the Covid-19 pandemic, a period strongly marked by the course of the disease, from the suspension of classes to the adoption of practices such as remote teaching, hybrid teaching, and later, the gradual return to in-person activities with rigorous safety protocols. It aimed to examine youth and their interactions at CEPI Professor Pedro Gomes School, located in the Campinas neighborhood in Goiânia, considering social markers of difference such as gender, sexuality, race, and social class. The central objective is to understand the relationship between youth and school, intersected by notions of body and subjectivity. Its path found, in the relationships of and with the youth, an itinerary capable of providing an understanding of adolescence and youth, permeated by a set of forces and disputes within the school, as well as in what it represents. These relationships reverberate meanings, experiences, and lived realities in the social markers of difference, as a way in which things resonate, both from a subjective and objective methodological point of view. Participant observation was a path taken by this research. The modus operandi of this movement has numerous dynamics, from interaction during breaks, in the cafeteria, in the corridors, to conversations in teachers' rooms, with the other agents that underpin the school. Furthermore, as an important structuring part, I created an elective course in the 2022/1 semester, with the participation of around 24 youth aged 15 to 18, from the 2nd and 3rd grades. Using a qualitative methodological approach, the elective was designed based on conversations with students, experiences as a school director, as well as dialogues with teachers. In this process, posters, infographics, and a three-episode audiovisual production were created, with themes structured by students as body, youth, and subjectivity. Through these dialogues, it was observed that students understand various dissonances within and outside the school. Additionally, a series of drawings were developed throughout the research journey, recorded in the field diary, which sensitively depicted a sensory portrait of life at the school. In this dimension, the experiences observed and reported in this work find a starting point in the body and corporeality, as it is where youthful identities are constructed. Furthermore, it's worth noting that this research is characterized as a multimodal ethnography, as the multiplicity of platforms and practices that marked the trajectory of the field experience create a path where drawings, texts, photographs, videos, and infographics are interconnected to produce a multisensory experience.
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    “O grito das minas nas HQs”: um estudo etnográfico sobre gênero e produção gráfica narrativa
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-07-06) Prudente, Luciane Silva de Souza; Ferreira, Glauco Batista;; Ferreira, Glauco Batista; Wichers, Camila Azevedo de Moraes; Coradini, Lisabete
    This research an ethnographic study on gender and narrative graphic production in comic books. Its aim is to analyze the narratives, practices, and visual elements present in independent comic productions created by women. The research focuses on the construction of subjectivities within the creative processes of these artists and the social relationships of these comic artists situated in the Brazilian Midwest. I seek to understand the connections between Mina de HQ, an independent feminist multi-platform media about comics made by women, trans, and non-binary artists, and the comic artists included in this research. The discussions presented in this text engage with theoretical debates in anthropology concerning fieldwork and the anthropology of emotions, advancing the review of ethnography for the internet, and the connections between online and offline research locations. It explores gender relations in comic books, the contributions of feminist movements to the comic book universe, and the insights provided by feminist anthropologies regarding the need for greater reflexivity in fieldwork constitutes and ethnographic writing. The methodological implications of this ethnography discuss aspects of George Marcus (1995) multi-sited ethnography and Sônia Maluf (2011) notion of ethnographic plateaus. For the analysis of graphic narratives, I employ a socio-anthropological approach within the discussions on the social markers of difference under the theoretical framework of intersectionality. I highlight how the drawings and production practices of comic books, as well as individual and collective experiences, bring forth new perspectives and discussions on topics such as gender, maternity, artivism, the job market, mental health, all of which are significant to contemporary anthropology.