Plurissaberes e experiências: letramentos e (de)colonialidade do ser, saber e poder a partir do estado da Bahia

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


This thesis presents Plurisaberes and experiences: literacies and the (de) coloniality of being, knowledge and power from the State of Bahia, and aims to describe and reflect how the geopolitical and ontoepistemic constitution of the knowledge of multisocieties in three cities occurs of the state of Bahia. The proposal is to observe the extent to which this intersection is repressed / made invisible / exterminated by the coloniality of being, knowledge and power in the Bahian context. In this perspective, from the studies of Lelia Gonzalez (1988), Santos and Menezes (2001; 2010), Crenshaw (2002), Mignolo (2003), Lander (2005), Quijano (2014a; 2014b) and de Street (2018) we discussed the concepts of ontoepistemology, plurisaberes, alternative knowledge, literacies and (de)colonialities. For this reason, as a methodology, we make use of the proposed systematized transmetodology by Efendy Maldonado (2017), and present reflections of the data generated from field research conducted in the Bahian municipalities of Barreiras, Cachoeira and Salvador. The results demonstrate, as a limited space-time cut, that we can think of Bahia as a geopolitical context that recognizes its Afro-Brazilian experiences with a sense of incorporating knowledge, not only religious, but intersected, pluralized. This does not obey the initiatives of the laws, nor do they try to finalize bills, but to democratic proposals that arise from the organized social collectives themselves. In this case, we understand that decoloniality in these municipalities in Bahia is going to ratify, historically and from the heart of the collective, decentralized ontoepistemic experiences, which intersect to strengthen alter-native knowledge. In this sense, in our thesis we observed that literacy exercises in their interactive achievements are closely linked to knowledge in the plural form (FERREIRA, 1998; SANTOS, 2001, 2010a, SANTOS, MENEZES, 2010; FREITAS, 2016). And, being so, we consider the knowledge from community experiences and not carried out based on monossaber.



CHACON, J. A. C. Plurissaberes e experiências: letramentos e (de)colonialidade do ser, saber e poder a partir do estado da Bahia. 2020. 157 f. Tese (Doutorado em Letras e Linguística) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2020.