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Performing Betweener Autoethnographies Against Persistent Us/Them Essentializing: Leaning on a Freirean Pedagogy of Hope

Diversi, Marcelo ; Moreira, Claudio

Qualitative Inquiry, September 2016, Vol.22(7), pp.581-587 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Performing Betweener Autoethnographies Against Persistent Us/Them Essentializing: Leaning on a Freirean Pedagogy of Hope
  • Autor: Diversi, Marcelo ; Moreira, Claudio
  • Assuntos: Betweener Autoethnography ; Decolonization ; Pedagogy of Hope ; Essentialism ; Anthropology ; Social Sciences (General)
  • É parte de: Qualitative Inquiry, September 2016, Vol.22(7), pp.581-587
  • Descrição: How to write our history interlaced with the history of so many oppressed humans from so many singularities and shared universalities? We search for an autoethnography that is performative and transgressive in face of brutal inequalities, obvious injustice, and lame justifications by those with more privilege and power “to name the world.” We search for a form of being and writing that goes, without apologies, after the structures of power that shape and maintain such systems of oppression. We search in our autoethnography an alternative model of writing that exposes the breaks and cracks of our existence in neo-colonial times. We see betweener autoethnography as a way of being and writing ourselves into the history of resistance against oppression, injustice, and exclusion, one that starts from our common humanity in betweener identities. We write, here, a joint betweener autoethnography against essentialist representations in name of justice.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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