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ItemConhecei o Brasil, crianças: representações do território brasileiro na Primeira República(2014-04-15) Tenório, Guilherme MendesThis research is come back toward the representations of the Brazilian territory that had circulated in some supports during the Brazil’s First Republic. Analyzing three compendiums of Geography, the programs of discipline located in Colégio Pedro II and the child seminary called O Tico - Tico, the text in such a way questions the joint between the social thought and the imaginary one come back toward the man of the interior of the country how much it evidences the signals of a valuation of the nature sidewalk in the thought, which functioned as weapon of combat to the theories that prejudice Brazil due to its natural and racial characters. ItemUma cosmopolita nos trópicos: a trajetória de Yvonne Jean no jornalismo carioca (1940-1950)(2018-12-21) Teixeira, Ana Paula TavaresYvonne Jean came from Belgium to Brazil escaping the Nazi advance. She arrived in Rio de Janeiro in 1940, a city that was experiencing accelerated growth and urbanization. Here, the histologist of Jewish origin became a writer, journalist, translator, interpreter, gallery owner and cultural promoter. In the 1960s, she moved to the newly built federal district to work on the founding of the University of Brasilia (UnB) by the invitation of Darcy Ribeiro. Through the study of her life story, this research intends to illuminate the possibilities of intellectual women in the journalism of Rio de Janeiro, in the 1940s and 1950s. For this, I observe the circumstances of her coming to Brazil as well as her Jewish and European origin. Specifically, how those influenced on building her a relevant symbolic capital, as defined by Pierr Bourdieu. I also analyse her networks in Brazil, her involvement with leftist ideals and her personnal and professional choices in the 1950s, when major changes in the Rio press happened that led to the autonomization of the field of journalism in relation to the intellectual and political fields. In order to enrich the investigation, I bring in other life stories with common points and differences. This way, I hope to widen the spectrum of possibilities in analysis. ItemHistória dos intelectuais no terceiro mundo: reflexões a partir do caso de Guerreiro Ramos(Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola Brasileira de Administração Pública e de Empresas, 2015-09-01) Maia, João Marcelo EhlertThis article aims to discuss the issue of intellectuals in the Third World through a case study focused on the sociologist Alberto Guerreiro Ramos. It starts from the assumption that the literature on intellectuals is excessively Eurocentric and that it is possible to overcome such a problem by means of an empirical analysis of peripheral intellectuals. The article uses data from a research conducted over 3 years and it focuses on 3 aspects of Ramos' sociological practice: a) the critical dialogue with theories produced in the Northern Hemisphere; b) his writing style; c) his search for intellectual autonomy. Data are analyzed in the light of the literature produced by historians and sociologists about intellectuals. It is concluded that studies on peripheral intellectuals demonstrate a relation between ideas and public life different from that found in the core countries. ItemIntellectuals, democratization and the fight against poverty in contemporary Brazil(2013) Freire, Américo Oscar GuichardThis paper addresses the issue of the participation of intellectuals in social inclusion projects and programs in contemporary Brazil and analyzes the political and intellectual trajectory of Herbert de Souza (Betinho), and Carlos Alberto Libânio Christo (Frei Betto). After examining these authors' writings about problems related to the elitism of the Brazilian left, the paper turns to the analysis of Betinho's performance directing the project 'Action of Citizenship Against Hunger, Misery and for Life,' and Frei Betto's as one of the leaders of 'Zero Hunger'. ItemPensamento brasileiro e teoria social: notas para uma agenda de pesquisa(ANPOCS, 2009-10) Maia, João Marcelo EhlertWhat we know as 'social thought' has always played a central role in social sciences as it has been practiced in Brazil. Recent researches in this field have been trying to articulate its analysis of the essayist tradition to larger theoretical interests, concerning the status of modernity in non-central societies. This article departs from this intellectual situation in order to achieve two main goals: a) to justify the need for a dialogue between Brazilian thought and social theory, particularly based on postcolonial theories and criticism of Eurocentric tradition in sociology; b) to explore possible dialogues between these areas through an exam of analytical guidelines common to both fields of research. ItemRevista do Patrimônio: editor, autores e temas(2010-08-26) Silva, Cíntia Mayumi de CarliThis work investigates the trajectory of the Revista do Patrimônio (heritage magazine), the main publication of the National Service for Historical and Artistical Heritage – Sphan, between the period from 1937 to 1967. That period corresponds to the management of the first Sphan director, Rodrigo de Melo Franco de Andrade. Edited since 1937, the publication gathered a group of intellectuals that have built the field of heritage in Brazil, having as protagonist the Sphan itself. Therefore, the Revista do Patrimônio is taken as object and, simultaneously, as a fundamental source for this research, considering it as social a place for those intellectuals that have collaborated to the preservation of the heritage. In that manner, Rodrigo M. F. de Andrade, that was also the editor of Sphan publications, is taken as the developer of the networks built around the Revista do Patrimônio, which contributed for the constitution of the heritage field, which could promote itself through this publication. ItemToward a global sociology of knowledge: Post-colonial realities and intellectual practices(Sage Publications Ltd, 2017-01) Connell, Raewyn; Collyer, Fran; Maia, João Marcelo Ehlert; Morrell, RobertThis article discusses changing social perspectives on knowledge, from the old sociology of knowledge to current post-colonial debates. The authors propose an approach that sees knowledge not as an abstract social construction but as the product of specific forms of social labour, showing the ontoformativity of social practice that creates reality through historical time. Research in three southern-tier countries examines knowledge workers and their labour process, knowledge institutions including workplaces and communication systems, economic strategies and the resourcing of knowledge work and workforces. This research shows in detail the contested hegemony of the global metropole in domains of knowledge. It reveals forms of negotiation that reshape knowledge production, and shows the importance for knowledge workers of the dynamics of global change.