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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||More Than A Thousand Nights Of Ethnographic Experience: A Methodological Construction For Researcher-performers Of Religion [mais De Mil E Uma Noites De Experiência Etnográfica: Uma Construção Metodológica Para Pesquisadores-performers Da Religião]|
|Abstract:||This essay presents an ethnographic experience which took place in two Muslim communities, in São Paulo and São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil, as part of my doctoral field work. This research not only establishes an interesting dialogue between the anthropology of performance of Richard Schechner and Ronald Grimes and the anthropology of experience of Victor Turner, but also evokes Favret-Saada's theory of affectivity. In this way, an attempt is made to develop a methodology capable of dealing with questions of both the anthropology of performance and the anthropology of religion. The objective are threefold: a) to discuss the place of the researcher as a performer (as a woman, mother and anthropologist), within the framework of a performing ethnography; b) to present the course which this ethnography made possible; and c) to highlight the experience which took place in an Islamic camp. © CRIA.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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