Disertación/Tesis

2024
Disertaciones
1
  • ROGÉRIO PORTO RIBEIRO
  • PARATEXTS OF MANGAS PUBLISHED BY EDITORA JBC: An assessment of readability

  • Líder : PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DANIELLY BATISTELLA
  • JOSE DE SOUZA MUNIZ JUNIOR
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • Data: 01-feb-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • With roots in Japanese sequential arts from centuries ago, manga, Japanese comic books, have become popular and conquered readers around the world. Arriving in Brazil in the 1960s, gaining more popularity in the 1980s, manga were initially brought to the country on the initiative of Japanese immigrants and their descendants. Subsequently, publishers specialized in publishing Japanese titles emerged in Brazil, such as JBC, Conrad, NewPOP, Panini, etc., which brought titles already popular in the East, such as Dragon Ball and Knights of the Zodiac. Such publications have their own material characteristics regarding format, paper and paratexts. Observing these characteristics, we developed the present work, which seeks to investigate, within the JBC catalogue, the differences and similarities between the formats published by the publisher, with the aim of proposing an analysis of the ways in which such paratexts influence readability or not, as well as such as which paratexts would be specific to the version adapted to the Brazilian public. We established a cross-section that covers three titles from the publisher's catalog with all the publication formats it works with: Bakuman, published in tankoubon; InuYasha, both in the meio-tanko version and the wideban print, and Knights of the Zodiac in its kanzenban version. The present work carried out an analysis that sought to understand what are the defining material characteristics and what are the constituent paratexts of each of the manga formats published by JBC, with the aim of evaluating how they meet each of the factors that determine its readability, being: reading speed, understanding the narrative and maintaining the reader's interest. We were able to understand that, despite there being a minimum standard of editorial treatment to establish understanding of the work, other factors determining readability vary greatly between the analyzed corpus. Finally, when we reflect on the importance of researching paratexts and readability in manga, we realize how such an undertaking can be relevant in improving some elements that involve the relationship between the reader and the manga. These elements are: 1) readers’ understanding; 2) accessibility; 3) the impact on the reader’s experience. In short, the analysis of paratexts and readability in manga is crucial to understanding how these elements influence the reception and interpretation of works, as well as to guide the production of manga that are accessible and engaging for the public.

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  • KÁTIA HELENA FAUSTINO
  • The relationships between municipal laws and policies public schools for the CAREER OF EDUCATION TECHNICIANS

  • Líder : ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • CLAUDIA MARA DE SOUZA
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 07-feb-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The object of study of this research is the career of Education Technicians in a municipal public network in the interior of Minas Gerais and focuses on the effects of meaning intended by the discourse present in municipal laws, relating to selection criteria, functions, policies public initiatives to value the class, in the educational historical period between “Rural Teaching Advisor” (1963) and “Education Technician” (2023). The corpus was extracted from Municipal Laws and documents from the Municipal Department of Education, as well as data collected from a review of the literature concerning Education Technicians. We seek to answer questions such as: Who is this professional? What are the public policies for valuing this professional? What are your functions and responsibilities? Does this nomenclature mischaracterize or reframe the function? To conduct this bibliographic and documentary research, we used Bardin's Content Analysis (2020) as a theoretical basis, as it allows us to “manipulate messages (content and expression of that content)” to reveal indicators capable of guiding our inferences. For our reflection on the origin, functions and different nomenclatures of “Education Technicians,” throughout the Brazilian "Educational Supervision", we rely on Libâneo (2010), Freire (2019,2021), Vasconcellos (2019), Saviani ( 2019), Grinspun (2008), Santos (2012), Matos (2018) Rangel (2003) among others. Thus, we “hope”, with this work, to provide a broader understanding of municipal legislation, its repercussions on public educational policies and, mainly, to promote the implementation of the Career Plan. Therefore, we propose a study group to promote a constructive dialogue between theory and practice and to review and improve educational policies, aiming at an equitable, democratic education aligned with the real needs of professionals and students in the municipal public network.

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  • CAMILA DA CONCEIÇÃO MARQUES
  • REPRESENTATIVE EFFECT: TRAINING THE IDENTIFICATION PROCESS OF BLACK GIRLS THROUGH THE EFFECTS OF REPRESENTATIVENESS ON THE INSTAGRAM SOCIAL NETWORK

  • Líder : CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • MÁRCIA FONSECA AMORIM
  • Data: 22-feb-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • From the growing demand for representativeness and diversity in various spheres of social and media life, our research aims to investigate its effects from its fruits in the construction of the identity of black girls. More specifically, through the analysis of posts on the Instagram profiles of Aline Aguiar and Maria Júlia Coutinho, both journalists and black women, we analyze the discourse originated from the discursive position generated between them and the girls in a moment of growing ascension and protagonism of their careers. In a racist and unequal country like Brazil. the growth of black women working in prominent and prestigious professions is proof that another reality is possible, with representation being a real tool for, as stated by Souza (2021), the generation of processes of positive identification of the black person with the your blackness. Developing the research, we realized, for example, that the presence of journalists made these girls start to like their own hair, strengthening their self-esteem. To support the arguments presented throughout the research, we resorted to concepts, terms and studies common to Discourse Analysis; such as discursive memory (PÊCHEUX, 2014), ideology and everything that surrounds it (ALTHUSSER, 1985), the formulation and circulation of meanings (ORLANDI, 2008) and others. In addition, we resorted to authors linked to the formation of the unconscious (LACAN, 1999). Under the racial perspective, in order to understand how racism occurs and affects the whole society in a structural way (ALMEIDA, 2019), generating deep inequalities (GONZALEZ, HASENBALG, 1982). The presentation of statistical data throughout the research enumerates and contemporizes the academic work.

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  • FERNANDA DE FARIA REZENDE SANTOS
  • The teaching of pedagogical practices of academic writing in English in vocational technical education at the middle level in MG

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GLAUCIO GERALDO MOURA FERNANDES
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 23-feb-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work aims to investigate whether the activities of English written production in high school and technical education at a specific institution encompass the approach of academic genres, seeking to understand how the activities are developed by English language teachers, relating them to the social practices of the academic context experienced by students in the institution. During the research, English language teachers at the institution where the research was conducted described their didactic-pedagogical practices, as well as their views on the teaching of academic writing from high school technical education. The generated data were analyzed from the perspective of literacies within the social dimension, genre-based teaching, and discourse genres. As a result, it is perceived that the majority of participating teachers report having already addressed academic writing in English in high school technical education. However, the participants present divergent perspectives on the relevance of developing pedagogical practices of academic writing in technical high school education, reflecting different conceptions of educators regarding teaching and learning. In summary, the developed research allowed bringing a perspective on the teaching of academic writing in English in technical high school education, seeking to understand the relationship between the academic practices experienced by students in the institution and the activities developed by teachers. With this research, I intended to contribute to studies on pedagogical practices of academic literacy in English, in the context of technical high school education. Considering that there are many studies on academic literacies focused on the context of higher education, I sought to reflect on the possibility of exploring this approach in another educational context, within an institution that promotes the verticalization of education, combining teaching, research, and extension.

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  • JEAN CÁSSIO LIMA
  • CARTOSEMIOTICS OF THE MAP GENRE: For cartographic literacy in schools

  • Líder : LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • NATÁLIA LAMPERT BATISTA
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • ROMERITO VALERIANO DA SILVA
  • Data: 01-mar-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this research it is discussed School Cartography. The proposal was to investigate how the assumptions of cartographic literacy, implicit in the BNCC (Brazilian Common National Curriculum Base) for the High School segment, are explored in maps from a collection of textbooks from the Geography curricular component. This is because, with the advances in the discussion on School Cartography, the promulgation of the BNCC and the reform of High School, it is expected that the textbooks approved by the PNLD (Brazilian National Textbook Program) will distance themselves from the so far common practices of predominance of cartographic literacy and the teaching of map by the map. During the research, cartographic representation in maps was considered due to its character as a discursive genre and textual genre, that is, based on its idea of enunciation. These maps were analyzed from the perspective of cartosemiotics based on The Grammar of Visual Design. Therefore, authors from the areas of Cartography, Languages and Teaching were listed. As a result, it is clear that textbooks have reformulated their way of approaching School Cartography. Increasingly, maps appear contextualized with real problems, in multimodal texts and with proposals that enable the promotion of literacy. Therefore, this research reinforces the importance of a textbook in line with literature and legislation. But, beyond that, the valorization of the teachers' career and their continued education is a must; so that they can follow the advances in discussions on School Cartography and other topics that are their responsibility to teach. Also, teachers must have decent working conditions that enable them to enhance the use of a good textbook.

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  • CELIA MARIA LEAL
  • DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF IMAGE AND EMOTION PROJECTION ON THE BLOG MARIELLE FRANCO: BETWEEN MOURNING AND RESISTANCE

  • Líder : CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIO AUGUSTO BRAICO ANDRADE
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • ÉRIKA CRISTINA DIAS NOGUEIRA
  • Data: 01-mar-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This paper aims to offer a contribution of reflection, pointing out data and systematizing aspects
    related to the phenomenon of social networks, with the objective of analyzing the blog of the
    former Rio de Janeiro councilwoman Marielle Franco, a platform created in 2017, at the
    beginning of her term in the city council. This digital space addresses activism in racial and
    gender issues as a tool to respond to prejudice, racism, and homophobia, marked by selfdiscourses and accounts. Thus, the research starts from the hypothesis that, in a scenario of
    mediatization granted by social networks, they end up acting as a means for a plurality of
    narratives in favor of racial and gender struggles to be made visible in the public sphere, seeking
    to respond to their actions in the scope of feminist activism, as well as racial and homophobia
    issues, revealing the existence of a prejudiced gap in Brazil, whose discourse is still masked
    with social minorities in the so-called social democracy. It is an exploratory and bibliographic
    research with the objective of addressing the contexts, means, and modes of production of the
    mentioned blog, as well as the theoretical bases of Discourse Analysis through dialogues with
    various authors, having as the guiding element the construction of blogs and how their use
    contributes to the constitution and reaffirmation of identities. Thus, the work was structured in
    two groups of theoretical references: authors who encompass reflections on the web,
    cyberspace, mediativism, and blogs; as well as researchers belonging to FDA (French Discourse
    Analysis). Regarding the first group, dialogues with Felice (2008) were proposed, whose work
    addresses virtual communication networks and how they act publicly to enable new forms of
    social participation; Castells (2003) was chosen for addressing historical aspects pertaining to
    the internet and its media character; Nunes (2011) for highlighting numerical aspects regarding
    the use of the internet among Brazilians and the impact of the computer network on society;
    Malini and Autoun (2013) addressing the fundamental characteristics of internet usage, as well
    as its requirements; in addition to Recuero (2009), whose work translates the actions of internet
    users by providing possible tools for exploring the constituents present in discourses. Regarding
    autobiographical studies, the theoretical reflections of Arfuch (2010) were adopted, which
    address biographical construction issues and how this account is carried out; as well as
    Charaudeau (2001), regarding media discourse and the construction of the event, definitions of
    discourse with Bakhtin (2003) and relevant concepts to the theme, such as reported speech.
    Dialogues were also established with the theorizations of Maingueneau (2020) on the concept of
    ethos, logos, and pathos. With regard to discursive emotions, it was possible to identify the
    presence of emotions such as indignation, revolt, and hope in the discourses present in the blog.
    These emotions reflect the mobilization and engagement of readers and former councilwoman
    Marielle Franco herself in the struggles for racial and gender equality. The theoretical
    framework of Amossy's work (2011) was also highlighted, whose path postulates its
    contributions in the field of memory studies and autobiographies, arguing that, in contemporary
    times, self-narratives, in digital tools, can be influenced by technological conditioning through
    forms of interaction; Paveau (2017) and her studies on Digital Discourse Analysis and the
    influence of technodiscourses on interactivity, as well as their repercussion in the processes of
    meaning construction in digital media. In addition to the aforementioned, Lúcia Santaella
    (2003), Raquel Recuero (2003), Cristiane Dias (2008), Carolyn Miller (2004), Orlandi (1996),
    Amaral, Recuero, and Montardo (2008), among others, were adopted, whose contributions were
    essential for this research.

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  • ROBERTA CRISTINA DE CARVALHO MARQUES
  • ACTIVE METHODOLOGIES IN THE FINAL YEARS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: approaches for developing literacy and multiliteracy skills

  • Líder : LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FRANCIS ARTHUSO PAIVA
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MARCOS RACILAN ANDRADE
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • Data: 15-mar-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Although the term active methodologies seems recent, these teaching approaches, which actively involve students in the learning process, encouraging participation, autonomy and construction of knowledge, have already been studied for many years. In contrast to more passive traditional methods, such as the simple transmission of knowledge by the teacher, active methodologies encourage students to be protagonists of their own learning. In parallel, with new technologies and the growing presence of the internet in people's lives, it is essential to be able to understand and produce content in different formats and platforms. To achieve this, it is necessary to develop multiliteracy skills - reading and writing skills in different media, such as images, videos, audios and digital texts -, which allow people to access information in a more critical and selective way, as well as evaluate the quality and the veracity of the sources, which favors more active participation in today's society. Especially after the pandemic period caused by Covid-19, classes that involve interaction with screens have become much more interesting than a traditional class, in which students copy the content and memorize formulas. As a challenge, teachers need to think about using methodologies that involve and make learning meaningful for students. Active methodologies and multiliteracies are in line with the official guiding document used by all Brazilian schools, the National Common Curricular Base – BNCC. In this context, this research, qualitative in nature and carried out through narratives, analyzed the perception of two teachers from different disciplines in the final years of elementary school in the municipal education network in the city of Itatiaiuçu-MG about the use of active methodologies as a practice teaching for multiliteracies. The importance of this study lies in the fact that the pedagogical practices of many teachers in Brazil are still not in line with the BNCC guidelines, which distances the promotion of literacy and multiliteracies among students; Therefore, it is necessary to rethink ways of train teachers with a view to making changes to the educational system and the methodologies used by them in the classroom. The results indicated that the teacher who obtains knowledge about active methodologies and uses them in the classroom finds that there is a greater possibility of developing students' literacy and multiliteracies, and understanding these terms is essential through continued training, and that It is also necessary to understand the BNCC, because, without analyzing the skills that must be developed at each school stage, it may not be possible to achieve the proposed objectives.

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  • JULIANA CAIXETA DE MELO
  • A DREAM FULL OF HAUNT: literature and memory in My fathers' ghost is climbing in the rain, by Patricio Pron

  • Líder : LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • LUCIANA APARECIDA SILVA DE AZEREDO
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • Data: 18-mar-2024

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work is a reading of the novel My fathers' ghost is climbing in the rain, by Patricio Pron, and aims to reflect upon the relationships between literature, history and memory, highlighting how the connections between literary language and the construction of memory in the novel – a distressing recollection of events that involves the narrator's family in a traumatic moment in Argentina, which was the military dictatorship – are expressed, crossing the disciplinary field of history (both official and unofficial), and giving utterance to the gaps and silences that permeate the novel's narrative as a way of problematizing the recovery of the past. To this end, the relationship between memory and the concept of image was explored from the theoretical framework of the philosopher and art historian, Georges Didi-Huberman, observing how the narrative is assembled in the work studied through the reconstructed past not only as fact, but also as a literary creation, through image.

2023
Disertaciones
1
  • PAULO JOSÉ CHAVES MENDANHA
  • DEVELOPMENT OF READING AND WRITING COMPETENCE IN PORTUGUESE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE BY DEAF PEOPLE

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • HADASSA RODRIGUES SANTOS
  • Data: 05-may-2023
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work consists of a research on the factors that favor the teaching-learning process of the Portuguese language, in the written modality, for deaf people. However, unlike other academic works - which usually focus on teaching work and on teaching methodologies of the Portuguese language for the deaf -, this research will focus on the perspective of the deaf learner who, today, are adults who are studying or are already studying. completed higher education. Quadros (1997) will have his theoretical thinking supported by authors such as Neves (2017), Miranda (2019), Brochado (2003), whose research developed, in their graduate studies, addresses the complexities experienced by deaf children during the process. of learning Portuguese in the written modality. In this sense, the main focus of this work is to give a “voice” to the deaf, seeking to investigate and analyze which factors contributed to the development of reading and writing competence by deaf people who learned Portuguese as a second language and are proficient in written Portuguese. Data were collected from, firstly, a questionnaire sent to the deaf people belonging to UFJF and IFMG. Through the answers to this questionnaire, those individuals who would have been able to answer it autonomously were selected, in order to participate in the second stage of the research. This consisted of an interview, by means of a video call - which was later transcribed - in order to observe the personal perspectives of the interviewees on what would have been the most important aspects in their teaching-learning process of Portuguese as a second language, which would have contributed to, nowadays, becoming fluent and, therefore, autonomous subjects in society. Such data were analyzed in the light of Grounded Theory, based on the authors Charmaz (2009), Denzin and Lincoln (2006), Strauss and Corbin (2008). In addition, the interviews will allow analyzing the efforts made by the school, teachers, family and the deaf students themselves that have allowed them to be successful in the process of school social inclusion in the country, mastering Portuguese as a second language.

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  • ISABELLA LAMEIRA MARTINS
  • HOW STRONG LIFE IS IN ITS SHACKLES

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • JOÃO GUILHERME DIAS
  • RAFAEL LOVISI PRADO
  • Data: 07-jun-2023
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • What I seek with the research proposal presented here is to make an experiment about the assemblages expressed by the conceptual characters and signs in the work of Françoise Ega – Letters to a black woman – black characters who have diasporic experiences, which rhizome with the reality lived by countless peripheral black women around the world. I believe it is necessary to verify how the pivoting of the social stigmas attributed to black women, problematized in Ega’s literature, took place, which in turn, gives visuality to the problems infringed by despotic assemblages that do not recognize the difference, or rather, see them as a stigma to be eliminated.

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  • ANA PAULA BORGES
  • The motivational dynamics in a free course class in the interior of Minas Gerais
  • Líder : MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CAROLINA VIANINI AMARAL LIMA
  • MARCOS RACILAN ANDRADE
  • MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 19-jun-2023
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This investigation aimed to understand the interrelation between the students' motivation and that of the English language teacher in a group at a private course in the city of Carmópolis de Minas. The theoretical framework of the investigation is on Dörnyei’s (2020) concept of L2 motivation and the construct of coadaptation, according to Larsen-Freeman and Cameron (2008). The complex system investigated was constituted by the motivation of the teacher, that of the students’, and the learning context. The time window was a set of ten classes, the time needed for the implementation of a complete didactic unit. Data generation involved filling out a form by all participants, provided by Google Forms, entitled Motivational Meter, at the beginning and end of each class. In this form, the participant's motivational level was objectively indicated, by his choice between motivated, neutral or unmotivated, and subjectively justified with a brief comment. In addition, before each class, the teacher recorded a short narrative in audio in which she briefly described her planning for the specific class. And, at the end of it, she recorded another narrative describing how the class went, giving her impressions and recording anything unexpected that happened, especially related to the behavior of the students. Data analysis confirmed the dynamic character of motivation, which fluctuated a lot, both as a result of interactions within the classroom and external factors. It also proved the relationship of constant interdependence between the teacher's motivation, the students’ motivation, and the learning context with the description of the documented co-adaptation processes. The complex character of motivation was also proven, since we were not always able to explain the motivational variation from the beginning to the end of each observed class.

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  • TICIANE FLÁVIA MARTINS DA CRUZ
  • On The Grasshopper And Cricket: A Proposal of Reimagining the Poem by Rhythm

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • CELINA FIGUEIREDO LAGE
  • Data: 06-jul-2023
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research proposes to carry out an experimental practice translating  from a visual approach the poem On the Grasshopper and Cricket by the English Romantic poet John Keats. For that, two ideas are central: the concept of reimagination, proposed by Haroldo de Campos when translating and graphically reconfiguring Chinese poems into Portuguese; and the concept of rhythm, proposed by Henri Meschonnic. The practice intends, therefore, to reimagine the poem through rhythm, that is, to analyze the rhythmic composition of the poem to create another visual arrangement for it. To pave the way for the reimagination, in addition to a review of the life and work of the poet John Keats, this master thesis discusses translation, the particularities of poetic language, reimagination and rhythm. After outlining the conceptual perspective, which also situates the research in reflections on poetic visuality and Brazilian Concretism, the study presents the commented reimagination of the poem made from a detailed analysis of the rhythmic aspects found in it and the verbal transposition of the verses into Portuguese. By assuming the poem the form of a book, at the end of the research it was possible to make considerations about translation and publishing production of poetry books.

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  • FERNANDA LIMA DE MORAIS DA SILVA
  • HUMOROUS DISCOURSE IN TEXTBOOKS OF PORTUGUESE AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GLAUCIO GERALDO MOURA FERNANDES
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • WAGNER BARROS TEIXEIRA
  • Data: 10-jul-2023
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  • This dissertation presents a study on how humorous discourse has been explored in the process of teaching Portuguese as a foreign language in a textbook. As is known, the textbook is one of the tools used by teachers in the teaching process, being an important didactic-pedagogical material, since, in most contexts, it is responsible for guiding the teacher's work, in addition to being a considerable source of information and access to culture. In addition, it bears several textual genres used in everyday life. The present research focuses specifically on the humorous genre, which proves to be effective in the learning process, because, in addition to providing fun, as advocated by some studies, it is constituted from a great semantic and linguistic load, together with ideologies and cultural aspects. From the humorous discourse, it is possible to understand the culture of a people and the customs of a society, make criticisms and, at the same time, bring reflections, so it is a rich source of learning for people who seek to learn Portuguese as non-mother tongue. About the Textbook we resort to the voices of scholars who reflect on the importance of the Textbook especially on the Textbook of Portuguese as a Foreign Language highlighting Silva (2016) and Rojo (2005) who deal with its role in the learning context and outside it , such as its cultural, pedagogical, educational and public importance, with textbooks being relevant not only in the teaching context, but for society.
    When researching humor, authors such as Bakhtin (1997), Charaudeau (2002), Maingueneau (2002) , Possenti (2001) and Orlandi (1996) enrich our study with their contributions on Discourse analysis, especially the analysis of Humorous Discourse , based on their conceptions of humor and the aspects that lead a discourse to be humorous, such as historical and social elements, ideological constructions and production conditions that influence the production of meaning. In this way, we realize that there are excellent works that develop very well both the analysis of humor from the linguistic point of view, and the analysis of the Textbook as a pedagogical support, works that served as a theoretical reference for the study that was developed in the following chapters.
    Thus, through this research, it was possible to infer that DH contributes positively to the learning of those who need to learn Portuguese as a foreign language, and considering that LD is one of the most used tools in the teaching process, and therefore as a support pedagogically, we analyzed the DH from the textbook, especially the LDPLE, defending the idea that humor positively contributes to the teaching and learning process of people who seek to learn Portuguese as a foreign language, taking into account their needs, which range from from learning the lexicon of the language, to cultural issues related to the Brazilian community.

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  • BRÍGIDA MATTOS ORNELAS
  • THE ART OF ILLUSTRATING: Conceptions and creative processes by Marilda Castanha and Anna Cunha for illustrated books

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • FABIOLA RIBEIRO FARIAS
  • Data: 12-jul-2023
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  • Illustration as an expression, exercising its purpose of communicating visually, follows a specific way of process and creation. And because this mode is constituted from an interpretation, it reveals marks of subjectivity of what is perceived and felt by those who illustrate. Considering that this interpretation starts from a verbal text, its appropriation by the illustrator is impregnated with experiences, memories and knowledge, in which the subject transforms, adds and translates one language into another. In this work, we investigate how illustrations for illustrated books are conceived, based on another author's text, having as research object the illustrative work of Marilda Castanha and Anna Cunha, and their respective works, Bárbara and Agora Pode Chover. A research developed based on a qualitative approach, with an exploratory character, involving a bibliographical research, mainly regarding illustration and illustrated books; and a semi-structured interview with the illustrators, regarding their conceptions and creation processes. Finally, in-depth analyses, we present the creative journey carried out in the works and what were the challenges in the interpretation and translation for the conception of the illustrations from the text of another writer.

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  • PRISCILLA SAYURI FUJIWARA
  • COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN BRAZIL: The sociodiscursive representation and enunciative strategies in political discourse

  • Líder : GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • ANTONIO AUGUSTO BRAICO ANDRADE
  • IVAN VASCONCELOS FIGUEIREDO
  • Data: 13-jul-2023
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  • The political discourse played a central role in the socio-discursive representation of the covid-19 pandemic (Corona Virus Disease 2019) in Brazil, which resulted in over 700,000 deaths in the country between 2020 and 2023. President Jair Bolsonaro, due to his social position and legitimacy, conferred veracity to this discourse. Drawing upon Discourse Analysis and Patrick Charaudeau's Semiolinguistic Theory, this dissertation sought to highlight how enunciative strategies operated in political discourse as a speech act during the health crisis. Four videos published on Jair Bolsonaro's personal profile on digital social networks, addressing the topics of public health and covid-19 in different scenographies and communicative situations, and with a high number of views, were analyzed. The analytical categories used were the construction of his image (ethos), pathemic elements in populist political discourse (pathos), and controversial interdiscursive relations. Comparative analysis identified common discursive strategies across all statements, such as downplaying the severity of the effects of covid-19, a dramaturgy that staged a populist discourse, dichotomy, and polarization of meanings in the socio-discursive representation of the pandemic through pathemic strategies. Constant justification in response to criticism was also observed, along with the use of controversial interdiscourse to reshape non-veridical meanings and the utilization of interdiscourse to evoke social images that influenced pathemic effects. Each analyzed microdevice projected a specific discursive ethos, contributing to the effectiveness of the discourse and exerting influence and persuasion.

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  • FERNANDO ANTÔNIO SIQUEIRA FERREIRA
  • A trickster at the crossroads: cheating, games and magic in Brazilian children's literature

  • Líder : MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GUILHERME TRIELLI RIBEIRO
  • JULIANA GOUTHIER MACEDO
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • Data: 08-ago-2023
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  • This research analyzed the presence of the trickster archetype in Brazilian children's literature, as well as some of its manifestations, with the aim of creating an artistic work with a “tricksterian” soul, entitled Escapuliu. The initial step towards this endeavor involved defining and contextualizing the figure of the trickster in the cultural imagination, especially in the Brazilian context, and exploring its reverberations. Two specific trickster figures, Pedro Malasartes and Saci, were selected for further analysis. This study considered the trickster both as a character and as a metaphor, investigating its presence in the material aspects that constitute the book object. Subsequently, the research sought to establish some concepts about childhood and children's literature, and then examine their connections with the trickster archetype itself. Instances of censorship in children's literature were also examined, leading to reflections on the tension between artistic value and utilitarian purposes that permeate works in this field. The theoretical foundation of this research came from the studies of Jung, Radin, Hyde, Queiroz, Simas and Rufino in relation to the trickster archetype; Bachelard, Piorski and Larrosa on childhood; and Andruetto, Cademartori and Hunt on children's literature. Parallel to the dissertation, there was an artistic research, a work of “tricksterian soul” was built, that is, a book that sought to bring to its theme and materiality, elements of the essence of a trickster.

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  • MARCÍLIO MIGUEL OLIVEIRA
  • MAPPING RANDOLPH CARTER: between monstrosities and the dream-quest of unknown Kadath

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • UBIRAJARA SANTIAGO DE CARVALHO PINTO
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • Data: 14-ago-2023
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  • This essay experiment aims to map the work The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath by the American writer Howard Phillips Lovecraft in order to understand how the monstrosities are articulated in its composition plan and how they relate to its aesthetic figures, especially when interacting with the protagonist Randolph Carter, who traverses the various territories of a dream world in search of his marvelous city at sunset. To do so, we approach some authors and theorists who have developed their experiments regarding monsters, monstrosities and their relationships with the territories (reception and influence) in which they are inserted. These theorists include Michel Foucault, Judith Butler, José Gil, Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, and others. However, it is through the thinking of Gilles Deleuze e Félix Guattari, their ideas and concepts that turn towards the creation of a philosophy of difference, that we are able to establish better connections with Lovecraft's work and its monstrosities, especially because the creations of these philosophers of immanence allow us to approach the expressions of difference, multiplicities, intensities, and the unknown (novelty). From the conclusions, we discover that Lovecraft's writings open up to a plane of immanence and reveal to us its compositional intensities, to the extent that its monstrosities, as aesthetic figures, serve to reveal an expression of Deleuze e Guattari's philosophy, which is necessarily linked to difference itself.

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  • ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES ALVARES
  • A PRESENCE THAT IS SEEN, AN ABSENCE THAT IS PERCEIVED: authorship and author function in the Portuguese as a foreign language textbook in a graphic-editorial analysis

  • Líder : MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA GALVÃO
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • Data: 21-ago-2023
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  • In this research, it is sought to understand the manifestation of authorship and the author role in a textbook of Portuguese as a foreign language. To this end, the graphic-editorial projects of five Portuguese textbooks for foreigners are analyzed: Bons Negócios – Português do Brasil para o mundo do trabalho, Falar...Ler...Escrever...Português: um curso para estrangeiros, Samba!: curso de língua portuguesa para estrangeiros, Novo Avenida Brasil 1: curso básico de português para estrangeiro and Muito Prazer: fale o português do Brasil – Livro 1. Two categories of analysis were defined: i) a presence that can be seen and ii) an absence that is noticed. In the first, a presence that can be seen, the paratextual elements of the corpus in which the authorial manifestation is visible are considered, while in the second, an absence that is noticed, the paratextual elements in which the absence of authorial marks is notable are discussed. The research also proposes a discussion about the development of the notion of authorship in our culture, seeking to understand what the author's authority is today, and it carries out a theoretical overview of the conception and use of central components in a graphic-editorial project, such as design of the work and the editorial paratexts. As a theoretical foundation, the studies of Michel Foucault, Roger Chartier, Richard Hendel, Eliana Muzzi and Gerard Genette are employed. In this way, a fruitful dialogue is established between: authorship and the author role, Portuguese textbooks for foreigners and graphic-editorial design. It was found that both the presence and absence of authorship marks assume a strategic place in each publication, that there are different types of authorship performed in a textbook of Portuguese as a foreign language, given its collaborative nature of production, and that the strengthening of these authorial instances occurs in particular ways, sometimes graphically, sometimes textually, sometimes personally, sometimes institutionally.

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  • ALESSANDRA ARAÚJO MAGALHÃES
  • FROM ORAL TO WRITTEN: a study on Ailton Krenak's books

  • Líder : CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MÁRIO GERALDO ROCHA DA FONSECA
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • Data: 04-sep-2023
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  • This master’s thesis aims to study Ailton Krenak’s books published by Companhia das Letras from a bibliography that mainly contemplates two aspects: first, the translation from oral to written and the graphic design of books; second, interviews with four important construction agents: Rita Carelli, organizer; Ricardo Teperman, editor of Companhia das Letras; Alceu Nunes, art director of Companhia das Letras; and Ailton Krenak, the author. To do so, it addresses the author’s formation from the history of the Brazilian Indigenous people and the Krenak people, as well as his journey as an Indigenous leader to the construction of himself as an author and his works. Based on the translation from oral to written, the dissertation includes discussions about indigenous orality based on concepts such as litura and oralitura, as well as on indigenous production that emerges from decolonial forces. These points affect the materiality of Ailton Krenak’s books, which are also treated here regarding the editorial processes that constitute the book as an object, as well as the absorption of indigenous thought from the demand and needs of the market. The analyzes consider aspects of editing, organization and design, the latter explored by the format of the book, the composition of the inside and its covers: composition, typography, and colors.

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  • DANILO DE ARAÚJO NOGUEIRA
  • Collecting images: archive and memory in an inventory of imagined things

  • Líder : LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • ALICE MARA SERRA
  • ADRIANA DE CASTRO DIAS BICALHO
  • Data: 05-sep-2023
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  • The present work begins from the inventory of objects and the gesture of to archive, as artistic practices and discursive practices of memory. Based on the writings of Aby Warburg and the philosophical fragments of Walter Benjamin, an attempt is made to understand the anthropological paradigm of images and the historical readability that they require. Various objects were collected over a period of two years, in an attempt to establish a place for what was taken as disposable or useless. Through photographic records, each of these images bears witness only to the symptomatic character of choices and symbols in a cultural imaginary, as well as revealing something of an immemorial place of the past and a tragic prophecy of future things.

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  • ANA CAROLINA LECHI VIEIRA
  • The influence of emergency remote teaching contextual aspects on English as a foreign language learning

  • Líder : MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • MÍRIAM RABELO GONTIJO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • SILVANA LUCIA TEIXEIRA DE AVELAR
  • Data: 18-sep-2023
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  • The objective of this work was to analyze the contextual aspects present in the English language learning experience of high school students, carried out in the emergency remote teaching modality. All students in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd years of a private school in Belo Horizonte, who experienced emergency remote teaching in 2020, were invited to participate in the research. Data were generated from conducting a semi-structured interview with students who wished to contribute. Using contributions from Brazilian experiential research (MICCOLI; BAMBIRRA; VIANINI, 2020) as a theoretical framework, we analyzed, from the perspective of complexity theory (LARSENFREEMAN; CAMERON, 2008; DE BOT; LARSEN-FREEMAN, 2011), the experiences that emerged from the narratives of ten participants. They were categorized according to the framework of experiences of learning English as a foreign language proposed by Miccoli, explaining their nature and composition. By identifying the factors that most influenced the participants' learning, it was possible to verify that the context is an individual, singular experience (MICCOLI; VIANINI, 2012), as well as a relational one, that is, because they are complex dynamic systems, context and learner are constituted mutually and continuously (USHIODA, 2015) and learning emerges as a result of this interdependent relationship (LARSEN-FREEMAN, 2011).

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  • GABRIEL LUIZ MAIA NASCIMENTO
  • Willing to be book: The Corto Maltese’s comics as books in Brazil, France and Italy

  • Líder : PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • IVAN LIMA GOMES
  • Data: 20-sep-2023
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  • This dissertation aims to understand how the editorial choices involved in the making of comics in the shape of a book reverberates in the processes of building and receiving the work. Through an analysis of the first three editions of Corto Maltese, by the Italian graphic novelist Hugo Pratt (1927-1995), published in book formats by three publishing houses in their own countries: Mondadori in Italy, Publicness in France, and L&PM in Brazil, the research takes into consideration the specificities of the language of comics and the production processes of the time they were made and aims to investigate the publishing choices and adaptation of the page layouts originally published as magazines and now granting a new sort of materiality to the work. The analysis of the study object takes place inside a transversal perspective that considers the historical and social aspects of production technologies, also involving Comic Studies and History of Book and Publishing. Through a comparative study among the analyzed editions, this research’s goal is to identify the narrative codes and other visual elements, as well as to enable the understanding of ways by which the production technologies affected the decisions made within the book and the publishing context of each country.

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  • TAYNARA DO NASCIMENTO IRIAS
  • "WHAT IF I REMAIN ENDLESS?": an itinerary of rewritings of the works and public images of Hilda Hilst or a catalog of editions

  • Líder : PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • JOSE DE SOUZA MUNIZ JUNIOR
  • ELIANE ROBERT MORAES
  • Data: 21-sep-2023
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  • Owing to the transgression of the works and life of the São Paulo writer Hilda Hilst (1930-2004), this dissertation discusses how the rewritings of the works and public images of Hilst took place in the brazilian literary field, via edition. To do so, we rely on the perspective of André Lefevere (2007) that the editing process are efficient rewriting mechanisms, which are often motivated by personal, ideological and/or market issues. Our methodology involved mapping and analyzing all edition of printed books exclusively authored by Hilst published from 1950, when Hilda released her first book, until the 2021 reissues. Our corpus encompasses one hundred and five volumes, from first editions, reissues and translations/publications abroad. As a methodological strategy, these editions were grouped and analyzed from what we identified as four major periods of rewriting of Hilst's works and public images: between 1950 and 1989; between 1990 and 2000; in the 2000s; and from 2010 to 2021. We sought, in the first two periods, to identify the influence of the writer’s personal motivations on the editorial choices of her books so that, in the following periods, we could contrast the reissues with these scenarios. The investigation was based on the paratexts of the editions, according to Gérard Genette (2009), focusing on the peritexts of the books, but also using epitexts (such as interviews, correspondence etc.) in search of evidence. From these elements, we seek to point out the main motivations for the rewritings, visualizing how Hilst’s collection and her images were appropriated according to different rules, also considering the logic of the literary and editorial fields, mainly from Pierre Bourdieu (1996a; 1996b; 2003; 2004; 2018a; 2018b) and José Muniz Jr. (2012; 2019). Additionally, to analyze the first editions of the books, we also based ourselves on discussions about women in the literary and publishing fields, according to Regina Dalcastagnè (2012; 2021), Constância Lima Duarte (2017; 2019; 2020), Ana Elisa Ribeiro (2020a; 2021; 2022), Luciana Borges (2013), among others, as well on the reflections on symbolic violence, according to Bourdieu (2012), editorial gender violence, according to Micheliny Verunschk (2017), and feminist praxis, according to Marta Simó-Comas (2019). In our investigations, we verified that, in the first two analyzed periods, the rewritings of Hilst's works and public images were greatly influenced by the writer herself and, especially in the editions published by Massao Ohno Editor, there is a more transgressive approach than in the others. In other periods, rewritings were motivated by a predominance of ideological and/or market issues. Thus, we conclude that the rewritings of Hilst's works and images via editing were impacted, in addition to the author and her heir(s), by the publishers’ actions closer to the symbolic or economic pole, which influenced in the choices adopted not only in relation to which books were (re)edited, but in the way the (re)editing took place. Finally, this work is also composed of a Catalog of Editions, presented in Appendix A, which contains information that is more detailed and photographs of the editions of the books studied in our corpus.

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  • DAIANE PATRICIA LOPES LIMA
  • COMPLEXITY PARADIGM: hybrid teaching and active methodologies in teaching classes English language in a public school

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • ALVARO JOSÉ DOS SANTOS GOMES
  • GASPERIM RAMALHO DE SOUZA
  • Data: 28-sep-2023
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  • Public schools have undergone numerous transformations following the COVID-19 pandemic. Teaching, which was already showing signs of decline, needed to reinvent itself, and, consequently, some changes were observed in the Brazilian educational system. In this context, hybrid teaching presents itself as an efficient alternative for students and teachers in public schools. This research aims to investigate the influence of the pedagogical proposal of an English language teacher in a hybrid teaching context in a school in the state education network in the state of Minas Gerais, from the perspective of active methodologies and the complexity paradigm, to discuss possible movements of co-adaptation, emergence of meaningful learning and student centrality in order to mitigate the linear school culture. This research used as a data source an English language class in the second year of high school, for which the teacher created a lesson plan in the context of hybrid teaching. The teacher in question stated that she does not include Digital Information and Communication Technologies (TDICs) in her pedagogical practices. This work was developed in a room, where, in the past, a linear teaching system prevailed. The environment was conducive, thus justifying the need for this research so that we can observe the behavior of the complex dynamic system in a new context of meaningful learning. The methodological procedures of the research were the observation and recording of a class with the aim of describing and classifying the movements observed in the classroom. The aim was also to clarify some questions such as the presence of evidence of the assumptions of active methodologies, emergency movements, co-adaptation, student-centeredness and significant learning occurring in the English language classroom in a hybrid teaching context. The studies were based on the theoretical assumptions of Larsen-Freeman and Cameron (2008). The results obtained validate the research hypothesis, showing that the pedagogical proposal used by the English language teacher, under active methodologies and the complexity paradigm, produced movements of co-adaptation, emergence of significant learning and student centrality, while counterbalancing school culture prevailing linear. The interaction between these elements revealed a progressive shift towards a more dynamic, adaptive and student-centered teaching environment.

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  • FERNANDA APARECIDA CORREA GUELBER
  • Clarice's Scream - From text to scene: an analysis of A hora da estrela ou O canto de Macabéa guided by intermedia studies

  • Líder : LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • LAURENY APARECIDA LOURENÇO DA SILVA
  • Data: 24-oct-2023
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  • This study examines the transposition of the literary text A hora da estrela, by Clarice Lispector, into the musical A hora da estrela ou O canto de Macabéa, by director André Paes Leme, in the context of the centenary of the author's birth in 2020. The analysis focuses on concepts such as language, otherness, image and resistance. Clarice Lispector's work is brought into the context of the Brazilian reality, marked by the rise of the extreme right in Brazil in the period from 2018 to 2022. An attempt is made to show that interdiscursive analysis in the light of interart and intermedia studies calls for new approaches to issues of language and fictional traits of the author that allow us to both update the social denunciation contained in the work and suggest the presence of the author herself on the scene through her protagonist.

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  • DJANINE RAQUEL CANTUARIA SANTOS FONSECA
  • Literary reading: possible benefits in Reading Circles at school

  • Líder : ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • SUELEN ERICA COSTA DA SILVA
  • VERA LOPES DA SILVA
  • Data: 27-oct-2023
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  • This research aims to investigate the reception of João Guimarães Rosa’s Campo Geral by students from Integrated High School at IFNMG/Campus Arinos, during hybrid literary meetings (in-person and online). We initially developed bibliographical research on literary literacy, reading circles and literary reading reception, considering the pedagogical proposals of Freire (2015), Cosson (2009), Cosson (2014), Cosson (2021) Dolz, Noverraz, Schneuwly (2011), Petit (2008), Lage (2003) and Marcuschi (2008). In addition to these theoretical studies, we also considered other works that related to our analysis and the research’s results, such as Cruz (2017), Schneiders (2018), Mendes (2002), Ribeiro (2021), Rocha (2020) and Dantas (1975). Subsequently, we carried out action research, also supported by the means of experimental research, involving the development of a reading circle with students from the Integrated High School at IFNMG/Campus Arinos. As data collection we used the observations made at the literary meetings and a questionnaire answered by the students participating in the research, which, we hope, can contribute to the improvement of teaching practices focused on literary literacy, not only in the institution where this project was carried out, but also in all schools that offer secondary education.

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  • MICHELLE PUCCETTI DE CAMPOS
  • ROMANI CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS AND SCHOOL: Educational Processes through the Lens of Interculturality

  • Líder : JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA PAULA CASTELLO BRANCO SORIA (VORIA STEFANOVSKY)
  • JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • RODRIGO CORRÊA TEIXEIRA
  • RÔMULO FRANCISCO DE SOUZA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 30-oct-2023
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  • This study aims to analyze the educational processes of Romani children and teenagers from the Rom group and their perceptions about school. The goal is to understand the values they place on formal education, as well as the reasons these children and teenagers are not enrolled, or if enrolled, why they do not stay in school. This research also seeks to examine their relationship with their native language, Romani, which stands as a significant symbol of belonging and identity for this community. To achieve this, an effort is made to create a historical profile of this segment of the population, which is often subject to discrimination and anti-Gypsyism. This is done to better understand their unique characteristics, as gaining insight is considered crucial for overcoming prejudice. We also review the legal landmarks pertaining to the Romani people, especially concerning education, in an attempt to pinpoint the role of these legal provisions in setting up guidelines that promote the actual inclusion of the Romani people in formal schooling. Additionally, this research looks into the "Kalinka Project: Gypsies in My School – An Invisible Story", which employs a pedagogical approach grounded in intercultural practices, incorporating the culture, traditions, and way of life of the Romani people into the realm of formal education. This study operates on the belief that interculturality and the surrounding education, as seen through the lens of Maher (2007), are essential for an inclusive education that fosters dialogue between different cultures, like the Romani and non-Romani cultures present in schools. Through qualitative research, adopting a perspective of 'otherness', and with input from 5 (five) Romani children and teenagers from the Rom group, we aimed to hear this demographic segment from their viewpoint. It was concluded that despite the positive value assigned to schools by the research participants, the institution is still not adequately equipped to welcome those who do not align with the dominant societal values. Besides being absent from curriculums and pedagogical practices, there is also an evident unpreparedness of the teaching staff to deal with diversity in the classroom. It is hoped that this study can broaden the discussion on the schooling of Romani children and teenagers, a topic on which there are few published studies in Brazil, and aid in crafting educational projects and policies that address the unique needs of this population segment.

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  • NÁDIA PEREIRA DE JESUS
  • The sexting speech on the social network Whatsapp

  • Líder : CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • JORDI ROCA GIRONA
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • Data: 17-nov-2023
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  • The present study has the general objective of analyzing the production of imaginaries in the functioning of the sexting discourse in the closed RSD Whatsapp and the power relations that constitute them. Thus, the proposal was to work in the light of the Discourse Analysis (DA) of the French School. To achieve this objective, the methodology used included bibliographical research, through investigation of material on the topic in books, scientific articles, newspaper articles, dissertations and theses, printed and online; and field research with a qualitative approach, with a questionnaire composed of open and closed questions to support data analysis. The discussion has as its descriptive corpus excerpts provided by volunteers, formed by linguistic and image materialities exchanged via Whatsapp, presented in subcategories: nudes, emojis and stickers. To achieve the discursive corpus, the main question is regarding the discursive regularities present in the practice of sexting and the power relations that constitute them. At this point, we worked with the notions of censorship (as a system of control and delimitation of sexting discourse), denial (as a gesture of power in relationships between peers) and resistance (in relation to the exchange of images, such as the approach and request to send images defined as "nudes"). The research results showed that imagery and linguistic materialities work intertwined even when they are not presented directly in the sexting discourse, producing meanings in which the subject's position of power acts subjectively, calling those involved to interpellations and interpretations affected by historicity and ideology.

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  • ISABELLA MARIA GANGANA FERREIRA
  • The presence of black Brazilian writers in Portuguese language textbooks in New High School: a decolonial perspective

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • LUCIANA BORGES
  • Data: 20-nov-2023
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  • This research aims to verify the presence of black Brazilian writers in the Portuguese language textbooks made available by PNLD 2021, since in the PNLD 2018 textbooks the invisibility given to these writers is notorious, due to the study of Brazilian literature being represented mostly by a group of Brazilian writers - white men and women, generally from an elite social class -, the hegemonic group. Portuguese language textbooks, according to the PNLD 2021, are unprecedented works, as their guiding document, in addition to other legal frameworks, is the BNCC, which emphasizes diversity, from a multicultural perspective, as a reflection of the public served in Education Medium, youth. To this end, we analyzed how Brazilian writers are present in the collections of Portuguese language textbooks from publishers present in the 2018 and 2021 PNLDs, through decolonial and intersectional perspectives. The decolonial approach aims to give visibility to knowledge other than the hegemonic, through an ecology of knowledge, and by questioning the patterns of power that insist on inferiorizing and erasing cultures, through critical interculturality. The intersectional approach aims to highlight black women within a universalization of the concepts of gender and race. In this sense, these two approaches become relevant to give visibility to black Brazilian writers in the Portuguese language textbooks of the PNLD 2021.

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  • NELMA MONFARDINI
  • THE ROLE OF THE TECHNICAL WRITER-REVIEWER IN THE SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION: Technical language translation, manualization and proofreading

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • Data: 29-nov-2023
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  • This master's research aimed to undertake an investigation, not yet done in previous studies, about the activities of the writer-proofreader-technician in Software Documentation of companies in the Information Technology (IT) sector, specialized in data processing and systems solutions. This text professional works with the manualization of technical documents in the process of revision and retextualization, transforming software documentation into the textual genre technical manual, which describes the usability of the system for its end user. In this sense, the basis of my corpus of analysis were the technical manuals of three IT companies and their respective software documents that served as the basis for the production of these manuals. The methodology adopted was documentary, of content analysis, in which I tried to analyze the textual changes that occurred in the process of revision and technical writing, by comparing the base texts with the manuals produced. To achieve the objective of this research, which was to investigate the role of the writer-proofreader-technician in the translation of technical language, manualization and revision of software documents, I sought theoretical support, especially in Marcuschi (2001), Oliveira (2010), Matencio (2022), Galvão (2003), Gales (2020), Rocha (2022) and Van Dijk (1997).  The studies showed that the writer-proofreader-technician is a technical communicator who has a fundamental role in the creation of software manuals, acting as a mediator between the software developer and the end user of the system.

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  • LEONARDO JARDIM BORGES
  • TEXTS BY TWO: political bodies in scenic contemporary ballroom dance

  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MARCELO VICTOR DA ROSA
  • CAROLINE CAVALCANTE DO NASCIMENTO
  • Data: 06-dic-2023

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  • This dancer-research study constructs a dialogue to reflect on the contemporary ballroom dance scenery. It is based on the shows Por um fio, 1717, E vê que ele mesmo era..., and Me brega, baile!, in continuously rhizomatic processes of a plural and cartographic regard to the ballroom dance scene. First, I reflect on what traditional ballroom dance is, what its traditions and customs are. I bring about voices and listen to them with my words, so that I can arrive somewhere, or multiple places: A journey with an outlined destination to the contemporary in the scenery, but with no expected arrival. This research study is based on cartography as a route to a method of monitoring processes, outlining lines, mapping territories and allowing escape routes. Everything is involved in the invention not only of the dance shows aforementioned, but also in the entanglement of my own research. The objective is to look at political bodies in contemporary ballroom dance performances. Through image and movement analysis, I investigate the construction of texts performed by two in the transposition of these narratives. The territories and routes glimpsed by me are relative to my cartographic experience; therefore, as specific objectives I map which traditions make up ballroom dance and establish themselves as a political place of the body in power relations; I outline the contemporary trajectory of the ballroom dance scenery, from images and movement to choreographic language; I follow the dramaturgical movements of political bodies in the production of texts performed by two; and finally, I draw a horizon of thought (in becoming) in contemporary scenic ballroom dance. The central problem of this research is to unveil how political bodies produce texts performed by two for choreographic language in contemporary ballroom dance performances; how the images of the analyzed shows reveal a discontinuous dramaturgy of dance patterns and how contemporary ballroom dancing involves restlessness and transgression to trace body-textualized movements on stage.

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  • ELIZABETE LOPES FERREIRA
  • NOVELS BY BLACK FEMALE AUTHORS IN BRAZIL: editing, authorship and construction of the protagonists (2003 – 2020)

  • Líder : PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • CATIA CRISTINA BOCAIUVA MARINGOLO
  • Data: 12-dic-2023
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  • Starting from the absences, invisibilities and stereotypes, noticeable in the characters of contemporary novels in Brazil, especially with regard to historically excluded groups, this work seeks to map the protagonists of women's novels published between 2003 and 2020. Anchored by the decolonial perspective, it was observed how black women writers break the barriers of the editorial field, and the various intersectionalities that cross them, to create the protagonists of their works. Thus, in a qualitative and quantitative analysis, it will be examined how representativeness is composed in the face of the particular narrative structure of black female writing.

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  • YALLES RAFAEL XAVIER
  • THE SELF-NARRATIVE IN THE DIARY BOOKS OF CAROLINA MARIA DE JESUS:  discoursivy analyses in Quarto de Despejo (The Trash Room) and Casa de Alvenaria (I'm Going to Have a Little House)

  • Líder : PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • KARINY CRISTINA DE SOUZA RAPOSO
  • Data: 15-dic-2023
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  • This paper intent to analyze, discursively, the books Quarto de Despejo (2000 [1960]) (The Trash Room) and Casa de Alvenaria (1961) (I’m Going to Have a Little House) from Carolina Maria de Jesus, searching for identify, through excerpts, effects of meaning on "subalternity" and "hope" that emanate from these diaries, considering the condition of production of these publications. Linked to life narratives, this study aimed to investigate how the Carolinian discursive subject discourses, mainly, about himself, engendering the narration of the analyzed material. The French Discourse Analysis was chosen, based on the theoretical-methodological framework of Michel Pêcheux (2014; 2015), and Orlandi (2015), considering, in this study, the relationship of the subject with language, history and ideology. This is a basic, bibliographical research with an exploratory orientation. To compose the analyses of this corpus, excerpts were selected from Quarto de Despejo (2000 [1960]) (The Trash Room) and Casa de Alvenaria (1961) (I’m Going to Have a Little House) to understand how subalternity and hope are present in discourses of Carolina and how this serves as basis for the subject-narrator to construct the narration. The analyses indicated that the discourses present in this corpus could be inserted within the conception of "subalternity" and "hope", that they are not linked to their literariness, but come from different positions assumed, these taken according to their discursive formations, depending on factors external to the language.

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  • JUSSARA MARIA LEÃO COELHO AMARAL
  • SOCIODISCURSIVE IMAGINARIES AND THE ETHOTIC VIEW OF MONTEIRO LOBATO IN PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS FROM ELEMENTARY TO HIGH SCHOOL

  • Líder : ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • LEIVA DE FIGUEIREDO VIANA LEAL
  • MICHELINE MADUREIRA LAGE
  • Data: 18-abr-2023
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  • In this research, we present a discursive analysis of eight collections of Portuguese textbooks from Elementary School I to High School, seeking to identify, from texts and linguistic and semiotic elements, the socio-discursive imaginaries and ethotic views of Monteiro Lobato, mobilized to formulation of beliefs and opinions about this author/citizen and his work. The theoretical-methodological framework used for data analysis was constituted from Charaudeau's Semiolinguistics (2007, 2008, 2010a, 2010c), also Amossy (2008) and Maingueneau (2008a, 2008b). For didactic purposes, we have structured our analyzes into five sections: (i) Lobato Editor; (ii) Nationalist Lobato; (iii) Lobato and the Critics of the Modern Art Week; (iv) Analysis of the Nature of the Questions Proposed in the Collections and their Relation with the Obra Lobatiana; (v) Lobato and His Images, which also contribute to the construction of socio-discursive imaginaries and the ethé present in the corpus. Based on the selected corpus, we can conclude that these authors mobilize and build certain socio-discursive imaginaries that value, or do not, Lobato and his work. From the texts and linguistic and semiotic elements of high school books, we can project the ethé of Monteiro Lobato that emerge from the socio-discursive imaginaries as being of a controversial, conservative and critical man. In Elementary School I books are from an intelligent, cultured, nationalist, cheerful, innovative, creative and, above all, insightful man who was able to explore a new book market, susceptible to unusual innovations at the time. These imaginaries are based on collective opinion belief knowledge, since they are based on the opinion of the authors of this textbook, which may differ from other collections that will still be analyzed.

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  • LUCIANA APARECIDA GUIMARÃES DE FREITAS
  • Approaching Libras didactic material in teacher training for language education for the deaf based on post-method pedagogy

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • RÔMULO FRANCISCO DE SOUZA
  • GISELLI MARA DA SILVA
  • Dayse Garcia Miranda
  • Data: 14-jul-2023
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  • Despite the achievements and advances in legislation regarding the education of deaf students, the Brazilian deaf community is still fighting for the recognition of Libras as a natural and instructional language, an education with bilingual schools and greater visibility for deaf people in the educational and social sphere. Specifically in the educational context, there is still a lack of professionals working with deaf students, many of whom come from hearing families who have late contact with sign language. Teaching practices and teacher guidance show the need for in-service training for education professionals who work with this public, due to methodologies and teaching materials not aimed at deaf students, but at hearing students. The proposal of this doctoral research refers to the presentation of the training of professionals and the elaboration of didactic material that meet the Education of the Deaf, which is linked to the research group in Materials and Didactic Resources nucleated in the Postgraduate Program in Language Studies (POSLING). The specific objectives are: To analyze the perception of professors and other professionals involved in the collaborative construction process on didactic material designed for teaching Libras in the AEE and the application of Libras teaching material for deaf students. The research is developed with the question “how the post-method pedagogy can contribute to the elaboration of the material”, considering the multimodality in the didactic material for teaching Libras as L1 for deaf students. Based on this, this research contributes to the discussion of the importance of continuing education for professionals who work directly with deaf students: classroom teachers, Libras instructor (ILS), especially in Specialized Educational Service (AEE) rooms and Libras/Portuguese Translators/Interpreters (TILSP). It starts with in-service formation guided and conducted by the researcher, during the pandemic period, in 2020, for ILS, TILSP professionals and AEE teachers. The theoretical basis is the writings of Gesser (2009), Karnopp and Quadros (2004), Perlin (2002) on the historical context of sign languages (SL), Libras, language acquisition and bilingualism in the education of the deaf; Kress (2001, 2006 and 2010) with regard to multimodality and education; Leffa (2007) regarding the creation of didactic material; and Kumaravadivelu (2003) with the discussion regarding postmethod Pedagogy. In methodological terms, the research is qualitative, with the application of a questionnaire answered by the professionals involved with the objective of analyzing the evaluations on the formation and elaboration of the teaching material for the teaching of Libras as a culmination of the formation carried out in the year of 2020. The data analysis reveals the positive and critical opinions of the subjects involved about training, the production of didactic material for teaching Libras and the feasibility of using it with images and linguistic elements in the AEE rooms. Teachers' and students' actions with the material are also revealed, such as specifying its execution. Research can provide actions by the professionals involved beyond what is foreseen in the use of didactic material.

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  • AMANDA LOPES DE FREITAS
  • MORS CERTA, HORA INCERTA: FIGURATIONS OF DEATH IN BERNARDO CARVALHO AND JAVIER MARÍAS

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • JOELMA REZENDE XAVIER
  • JOSE MARIA POZUELO YVANCOS
  • CARMEN MARIA LOPEZ LOPEZ
  • LAURICI VAGNER GOMES
  • DIEGO CARDOSO PEREZ
  • Data: 10-ago-2023
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  • The relevance of this research lies on the encouragement of developing critical thinking about what contemporary literature says in its universe, valuing a problematic perspective, from common sense to the critical status of the concept of Death. Through an investigation in the Comparative Literature field, a dialogue among Literature, History and Philosophy is fostered, enriching literature as a privileged space for dialogue. Through qualitative research, supported by a bibliographic research methodology, our main objective is to investigate the figurations of death in the literature of the writers Javier Marías and Bernardo Carvalho, through the texts Mañana en la batalla piensa en mí (1994), Berta Island (2017) and Sympathy for the Devil (2016). In a second moment, a dialogue is sought between literary analysis and the extemporaneous philosophical thought of Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, developing an investigation of the affinities between the narratives and concepts created by this philosopher.

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  • MAHULIKPLIMI OBED BRICE AGOSSA
  • THE WASHBACK EFFECT OF THE CELPE-BRAS EXAM ON THE TEACHING PRACTISES OF TEACHERS OF PORTUGUÊS AS FOREING LANGUAGE: A study in four contexts

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • NATALIA MOREIRA TOSATTI
  • HENRIQUE RODRIGUES LEROY
  • IDALENA OLIVEIRA CHAVES
  • Data: 11-ago-2023
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  • In this study, we addressed the washback effect of the test hat grants the Certificate of Proficiency in Portuguese for Foreigners (Celpe-Bras). Washback effect refers to the influence that an examination tool can exert on teaching and learning practices, leading those involved to take actions they might not necessarily have taken if not for the sake of a given test. In official documents (BRASIL, 2020), the public institution responsible for the Celpe-Bras examination stated that it was developed not only to assess the proficiency level in Portuguese of non-native speakers but also to help reorient the teaching and learning of the language based on the theoretical and methodological foundations of the said test. The examination, considered communicative in nature, has key concepts for its implementation: a proficiency view not referenced to the "native" speaker; the use of texts considered authentic; a language-culture concept that considers interculturality; and language performance through the completion of communicative tasks (BRASIL, 2020). The study was conducted with four teachers of Portuguese as a Foreign Language (PLE) working in different institutions, two in Brazil and two in two other Latin American countries, considering one institution that administers the examination and one that does not in the Brazilian and international context. The analysis was based on data collected from a completed questionnaire, 50 hours of observed classes, and documents used during those classes. The description of these classes was carried out based on the Communicative Orientation of Language Teaching, COLT (ALLEN et al., 1984; SPADA; FRÖHLICH, 1995), adapted for the purposes of this research. The results showed that all the participant teachers declared having a good knowledge of Celpe-Bras, even those who have never been examiners, suggesting that the examination plays an important role in the initial and continuing education of PLE teachers. However, not all of them recognize the influence of the examination on their practices. After analyzing the observed classes, it was possible to notice that some practices, especially in intermediate to advanced levels, approached the ideals of Celpe-Bras regarding the use of authentic or adapted materials from various discourse genres, increased learner protagonism, and the integration of skills they used. It was also concluded that the examination alone is not sufficient as a policy for a profound improvement of teaching practices. A policy that reinforces teacher training and the creation of a reference framework for teaching Portuguese as a foreign language is necessary.

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  • ADRIANA MARIA CUNHA
  • TRANSGENERITY AND SELF-WRITING: DISCURSIVE TRAJECTORIES AND CONSTRUCTION OF SUBJECTIVITIES

  • Líder : CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • LIZAINNY APARECIDA ALVES QUEIROZ
  • LUCIANA APARECIDA SILVA DE AZEREDO
  • MARIANA RAMALHO PROCÓPIO XAVIER
  • TAMIRES FERREIRA COÊLHO
  • Data: 28-ago-2023
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  • This research is based on the analysis of the self-writing of transsexuals, understood as an aesthetic of the self and a technology of resistance in relation to the cisheteronormative order that affects bodies and subjectivities. We analyzed the writing of the self undertaken by four transsexuals in the book “Vidas Trans: the courage to exist”: Amara Moira, Márcia Rocha, João W. Nery and T. Brant. We are based on Foucault's reflections about self-care and writing; governmentality; biopolitics; truth regimes; objectification and subjectivation, in dialogue with Queer Theory and Feminist and Transfeminist Theory, we seek to understand how these subjects construct their subjectivities and affirm their transgender identities. We resorted to the works of Judith Butler (2010, 2011, 2016, 2017, 2018); Letícia Nascimento (2021); Guacira Lopes Louro (1997, 2020), Jota Mombaça (2017); Preciado (2011, 2022), among others, to think about the phenomenon of transgendericity and the constitution of trans subjects in society. We also used the Semiolinguistic Theory by Patrick Charaudeau (2004, 2006, 2008, 2008b, 2017), with the concepts of situation and communicational contract, modes of discourse organization (descriptive, narrative and enunciative) and socio-discursive imaginaries, to carry out the analyzes of themes discussed by these subjects, in addition to operationalizing interpretations of the narratives based on socio-discursive imaginaries, on the observation of the ethé, according to Ruth Amossy (2005), and pathemic dimensions. We observe how self-writing, occurring from a communication situation, resorts to the modes of discourse organization, from which we perceive certain socio-discursive imaginaries related to these transgender identities. Which leads us to understand that the construction and affirmation of gender identities is not stable, as proposed by a binary logic. The gender is also constituted by performative acts, being something you become and not something you are born with. On the other hand, this being a composite identity, gender is only part of the constitution of the subjectivity. The narratives bring processes of self-discovery and self-acceptance of the authors, configuring, in this self-writing, a part of the subjectivation of the subjects, projecting ethé, related to a before and an after of the transitional process, and pathemic dimensions, like fear, which passes to joy, to the power of life and freedom with its transition processes. The Discourse Organization Modes are mobilized to carry out the speech projects, emphasizing the elocutionary behavior, in the Enunciative Mode, which brings the enunciators' points of view and worldviews. The research carried out, thus, shows not only issues related to trans identities and their construction in and through discourse, but also the debate, seen today, about gender freedom as a citizen's right. Debate to which the Discourse Analysis of Frech line brings its contribution.

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  • LUANA TEIXEIRA DE SOUZA CRUZ
  • TEXT PLATFORMIZATION: reconfiguration of writing and editing practices based on Google's algorithmic mediations

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • CARLA VIANA COSCARELLI
  • VERÔNICA SOARES DA COSTA
  • POLLYANNA DE MATTOS MOURA VECCHIO
  • Data: 25-sep-2023
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  • The production, circulation and reading of texts in a digital environment are crossed by online platforms. Therefore, we live in a post-platform digital culture, increasingly implicated in communication mediated by algorithms and the translation of everything into data. This research investigates the reconfiguration of writing and editing practices based on Google's algorithmic logic, which has established itself as an infrastructural platform capable of ordering, filtering and selecting immaterial production online. The incorporation of techniques in response to Google's ranking is common and practiced ambivalently by text producers and editors. The ambivalence lies in the fact that these producers feel, on the one hand, that they have to balance their work between relevance for audiences and for algorithms, on the other hand, many of them create production tactics that seem to beat Google's blackbox in the name of content performance. This research is theoretically supported by Text Linguistics, with references that understand the text not based on its essence, but rather on its production, circulation and reading conditions, that is, from its existence. As methodological inspirations, we have Platform Studies, Critical Algorithm Studies and Digital Methods, which have conceptual matrices originating from Science and Technology Studies. We are also inspired by Web Search Studies, which in turn feed on ideas from Information Retrieval. In the course of the research, we integrated two phases of qualitative methods: 1) document analysis of Google, to understand its operation and governance; 2) experiences of writing and editing texts, in a simulated space on Wordpress.com, to observe the practices incorporated by producers and editors. The corpus of phase 1 is composed of documents that have a legal emphasis and try to protect Google from harmful attitudes practiced by its users. There are also documents regarding the platform's expectations about what is appropriate or not when using the search engine, and also about what is ideal to achieve better content circulation performances. The corpus of phase 2 is composed of five texts that represent different modes of production, objectives, audiences and discursive genres. In the analysis, five categories emerged that allow us to connect Google's algorithmic eligibility with writing practices in a digital environment. We conclude that the platformization of the text is the phenomenon composed by the crossing of algorithmic criteria and norms, defined by the search engine, in writing and editing. We demonstrate that Google has changed our way of writing, because it has consolidated its indexing and classification model as almost inevitable, which forces text producers to write with a mythological relevance in mind. This tensioning gives rise to the post-platform text, of an immanent and contingent character, which is built in a hypertextual way due to the nature of the medium and the reading processes, but also in attention to the performance for visibility.

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  • MICHEL MONTANDON DE OLIVEIRA
  • Redesigning dispositifs, creating meanings: Group Cinema and Care Practices with basic education teachers from the perspective of multiliteracies

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • MÁRCIA RODRIGUES DE SOUZA MENDONÇA
  • DOUGLAS MOSAR MORAIS RESENDE
  • Data: 09-oct-2023
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  • The Kumã laboratory is a research, teaching and extension project linked to the Cinema and Video graduation department at the Universidade Federal Fluminense - UFF. During the most severe periods of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Kumã laboratory developed, online, with basic education teachers and undergraduate students, the Group Cinema and Care Practices, a process of creation and experimentation of languages based on ethical, aesthetic and political aspects of cinema (CID et al., 2022, MIGLIORIN et al., 2016; MIGLIORIN, 2014, 2015). The objective of this PhD thesis is to research the experimentations of Group Cinema and Caring Practices, together with basic education teachers and undergraduate students, in order to identify and describe the processes of design, designing and redesigning creative devices from the perspective of multiliteracies. The theoretical discussion proposes intersecting modes between the concepts of multi-literacies and dispositifs (FAIRCLOUGH, 1995, 2001). Multiliteracies concern the proposals of transformations and readjustments in the ways of teaching and learning languages, languages and their technologies in face of technological, social and cultural changes of contemporaneity, taking into account issues such as cultural and linguistic diversity (COPE; KALANTZIS, 2000; BUZATO, 2009; MILLS, 2010; ROJO, 2012, 2020; PINHEIRO, 2016; BNCC, 2018, 2019; RIBEIRO, 2020; KALANTZIS; COPE; PINHEIRO, 2020). The concept of device, on its turn, reflects on the order of discourses, in its enunciative, material, and subjective dimensions (FOUCAULT, 2012; AGAMBEN, 2005; DELEUZE, 1996). The methodology elects exploratory research (GIL, 2020), with data generation conducted throughout 2022 through focus groups (LAGUARDIA et al., 2007; RESSEL et al., 2008; BACKES et al., 2011) and direct participant observation (YIN, 2001; DÖRNYEI 2007; MÓNICO et al., 2017). The discussions describe and analyze the processes of design, designing, and redesign in the Lumière minute, narrated photography, haikai film, and letter-film apparatus; the ways in which these processes stimulate the modulation of different semiotics – oral, written, audiovisual, gestural, and spatial – and how the mediation of cultural and linguistic diversities takes place in the observed groups. The conclusions indicate that the meaning-making provided by the experimentation with different semioses, in a collective, collaborative and unidentified way, fostered, in basic education teachers and undergraduate students who participated in the Group Cinema and Care Practices, relevant processes of resignification of teaching practice.

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  • MAURICIO TEIXEIRA MENDES
  • LITERACIES, TECHNOLOGIES, AND DECOLONIALITY: reflections on legislation and experiences of rural educators in the field of languages and codes at UFVJM

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • DANÚBIA DA COSTA TEIXEIRA
  • CARLOS HENRIQUE SILVA DE CASTRO
  • ANA CRISTINA FRICKE MATTE
  • RENATO DE OLIVEIRA DERING
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE MAGNANI XAVIER DE LIMA
  • Data: 07-nov-2023
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  • The research in question addresses the intersection of literacies, technologies and decoloniality in the Degree in Rural Education (LEC) at UFVJM, specifically in the area of languages and codes. The motivation for this study originates from the perception of LEC as a potential promoter of dialogue between popular and academic knowledge, empowering students in rural contexts. However, there is a gap in the recognition of this degree in relation to the areas of activity for its graduates. As described in the course's pedagogical project, this degree takes an (inter)transdisciplinary stance, although several practices developed in its context point to intercultural and decolonial approaches. Therefore, it is assumed that the data from this research can highlight the "urgency" for this degree to take a decolonial stance. These themes were investigated with the general objective of problematizing the trajectory, impact and developments resulting from the institutionalization of the LEC in the area of languages and codes at UFVJM through an integrated analysis of the legal frameworks, the trajectory and impact of graduates, the interrelations between literacy, digital technologies and modernity, and the construction of the rural educator's teaching identity from a decolonial perspective, aiming to contribute to improving the training and performance of these professionals. The theoretical foundation of the research is based on notions of modernity in relation to the country-city dichotomies, literacy and technology from a decolonial perspective and interdisciplinary and/or intercultural training. As for the nature of the research, it is a narrative and documentary research that compares nineteen graduates' narratives with the course's official curricula and other experiences. The narratives analyzed from a decolonial perspective highlight limitations in the performance of these rural educators, restricting their professional possibilities. The narrative research approach enriches the discussion about the training path, contributing to a deeper understanding of teaching identity in the rural context. In summary, the research demonstrated that Alternation Pedagogy at LEC represents a progressive educational model that promotes diverse, inclusive, intercultural and decolonial education. However, the peasant context, marked by its dynamics and constant conflicts, has often been neglected and excluded from discussions on public policies, especially those related to education and digital inclusion. In this scenario of social vulnerability, aggravated by digital exclusion, it is possible to see that literacy practices in digital environments can be more than just the management of devices or systems. Emerging as a path to foster literacy and interculturality, and to promote inclusion and social empowerment. This critical view recognizes the significant impact of technology on social inequalities and highlights the imperative of an ethical and responsible approach to its use.

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  • MATEUS ESTEVES DE OLIVEIRA
  • LEARNING FRACTAL: motivation, autonomy, and interaction in teaching and learning under the complexity paradigm

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • VERA LÚCIA MENEZES DE OLIVEIRA E PAIVA
  • WALKYRIA ALYDIA GRAHL PASSOS MAGNO E SILVA
  • ANTÔNIO DUARTE FERNANDES TÁVORA
  • Data: 11-dic-2023
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  • In this Ph.D, dissertation, we aim to demonstrate, based on the Complexity paradigm, the relationship between motivation, autonomy, and interaction — which we consider fundamental in knowledge construction — to argue for the thesis that the articulation and interconnection of these three factors characterize what we call the 'learning fractal.' To achieve this, we start with a reflection on the complex thinking of philosopher Edgar Morin and the theories that make up this paradigm, such as Complex Adaptive Systems from the perspective of Larsen-Freeman (1997), Larsen-Freeman and Cameron (2008), Bertalanffy (2010), Paiva and Nascimento (2009); Chaos theory (Lorenz, 1993; Gleick, 1989) and Fractals (Mandelbrot, 1967, 1982, and 1998), also known as Chaos Geometry. In this sense, in order to correlate them with recurring learning theories in the current educational field, we build a theoretical framework based on Piaget (1973, 1976, 1999) regarding interaction with the environment and object; Vygotsky (1984, 2001, 2005) on interaction with the social environment; Freire (2017) concerning the student's prior knowledge and autonomy; and Long (1983) and Ellis (1999) regarding the Interaction Hypothesis. This theoretical foundation is based on concepts from the complexity paradigm that also support the discussion of the use of Complex Adaptive Pedagogical Interaction Dynamics (DIPAC) as an innovative pedagogical design. Additionally, with the aim of identifying and describing the learning fractal underlying these theoretical approaches and DIPAC, we collected data from teachers in the state basic education system of Minas Gerais within the Metropolitan Regional Education Office A in the years 2022 and 2023. To do this, we offered continuous teacher training to this region, focusing on the use of DIPAC and active methodologies. The research's generative problem stemmed from the need to overcome the barriers of linear school culture. Teachers and researchers, immersed in the challenging reality of social, economic, historical, and political factors, are challenged to adopt pedagogical practices that not only break with the traditionalist paradigm of education but also motivate students to seek and construct knowledge autonomously and meaningfully. In this context, motivation stands out as a fundamental factor in teaching and learning processes, whose understanding goes beyond identifying its manifestation. The thesis argues for the need for teachers to develop knowledge about students' learning styles to stimulate them in the autonomous pursuit of knowledge and proposes the introduction of the Complexity paradigm in teaching practices, challenging fossilized beliefs about teaching and learning. We also argue that educational processes are inherently influenced by social, economic, historical, and political circumstances, as well as by the experiences of students and teachers. The outlined objectives point towards investigating evidence of fractal geometry in the relationships between motivation, autonomy, and interaction in teaching and learning processes. The methodology involves correlating the pedagogical design of DIPAC with these factors, categorizing characteristic traits of Complexity in teachers' narratives, and identifying evidence of fractal geometry in the data generated for the research. The results, obtained through electronic questionnaires and semi-structured interviews, were analyzed following the methodological principles of Content Analysis (Bardin, 2016) and systematized into 11 analysis categories. After this work, we were able to illustrate the concept of the learning fractal, thus demonstrating that learning occurs through the relationship between motivation, autonomy, and interaction, stimulating and developing student agency in the formation of their own knowledge. In the conclusion, it was demonstrated that the research achieved its objectives by correlating fractal properties with learning, highlighting complex features in DIPAC, and the importance of active methodologies in education, proposing to overcome traditional teaching and thus encouraging student agency aligned with national educational guidelines. Moreover, it concludes with the proposal of the concept of the learning fractal and its applicability in different levels and modalities of education, emphasizing the importance of continuous teacher training and investments in transforming the Brazilian educational system. The research not only identifies challenges but also suggests theoretically grounded solutions to enhance the educational landscape of the country.

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  • MAGALI SIMONE DE OLIVEIRA
  • Life Narratives published in “Sou mais Eu!”: Overcoming speeches as success lessons disclosed by the media for classes C, D and E.

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA MAGDA DE LIMA SANTIAGO
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • LETÍCIA SANTANA GOMES
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • LIZAINNY APARECIDA ALVES QUEIROZ
  • WILIANE VIRIATO ROLIM
  • Data: 12-dic-2023
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This doctoral thesis aims to investigate how the media behaved during the years 2006 and 2016, a period that became known as “mediatization of the new middle class”, a controversial topic, used to refer to classes C, D and E. And that they had gained purchasing power. In order to attract the attention of these segments configured as important consumers, the media and mainly, sponsors, interested in selling to this public invested in the creation of television programs and radio stations, also creating newspapers and magazines aimed at these segments emerging. In this context, the magazine “Sou mais Eu!”  was chosen as the corpus of this research, created by Editora Abril, and identified as a pioneer in Brazil by surventing techniques classifiable as pilars of traditional Journalism by purchasing life narratives from readers to transform them in news. However, it was up to the publication to define which story topics would be subject to publication. Prices were paid to readers according to topics and number of pages. These prices were prominently displayed on all copies. This arrangement turned anonymous men and women into anonymous celebrities; emphasizing the actions of these, who, like Narcissus in reverse, often displayed the worst of themselves. Although their photos were published on the cover, these simulacrums of headline and cover headline protagonists did not even have their names published on the first page of the magazine. This circumstance gave rise to the main question of this research: detecting wich ethé and “Sou mais Eu!” produced of itself; and what were the socio-discursive imaginaries of readers constructed by this magazine. This inquiry was based on the fact that in the first edition analyzed in this thesis; having adopted as its motto “incredible stories of people like us” but having replaced this slogan in the second issue studied by: “The most fun magazine in Brazil”. Thus, form ed. nº 33/2007; the narratives of these readers were characterized by the radicalization on the “fait diver” genre, deepening the use os sensationalist, ambiguous and pejorative verbal and extraverbal discourses, justifying the need to detect who the “Eu” of the name “Sou mais Eu!”. In this context, this research was based on adherence to the methodological procedures of Semiolinguistics, concluding, at the end of this study, that the highest paid narratives coincided with the journalistic genres of the “Publicist and Sensationalist/Didactic” type, characterized by the targets (doing/believing), that is: for constructing aesthetic, behavioral labor and of consumption according to the doxas of the hegemonic segments. In view of the above, the purchase of biographical fragments from readers gave the magazine the opportunity to explore the “place of listening” of its target’s audience so that, imbued with such legitimacy, they could make this publication a “place of listening”, of the doxas defended by the elite. Unlike the Olympians celebrities whose habits and points of view guide the lives of many anonymous people eager to share the gifts of beauty, sporting talents, knowledge and power exercised by such star; to the celebrities whose habits and point of view guide the lives of many anonymous people eager to share the gifts of beauty, sporting talents, knowledge and power exercised by such star; to the celebrities of “Sou mais Eu!” they constituted themselves as Orumayês. In this way, like the Orixás, they used this syncretism, living on the borders between Orum (Heaven) and Ayê (Earth). Thus, from time to time, discreetly, the made themselves visible, exposed their points of view, modus vivendi, their power; making “Sou mais Eu!”, in its own way, a “Place of Listening”.

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  • Mônica Baêta Neves Pereira Diniz
  • Memoirs and the construction of the self-narrative in the language-culture of the other.

  • Líder : JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • ANTONIO AUGUSTO BRAICO ANDRADE
  • REGINA LÚCIA PÉRET DELL''ISOLA
  • IVAN VASCONCELOS FIGUEIREDO
  • CLÁUDIO MÁRCIO DO CARMO
  • Data: 18-dic-2023
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research focuses on life narratives contained in two descriptive professional memoirs of Spanish-speaking university professors, approved in examinations of public Brazilian institutions, who wrote their memoirs with the purpose of reaching the highest academic title: full professor. In order to prove that academic memoirs also belong to the field of life narratives / autobiographical reports, detailed facts on the memoir as a genre were presented, to the point of the specificity of interest. Also, the research was founded in the theoretical framework of the French discourse analysis (Charaudeau, 2009, 2018, 2019), as well as in the life narratives underpinned in Arfuch (2010), Lejeune (2014), Lysardo-Dias (2014) and Machado (2016), among others. The idea that the communication contract between professor / memoir writers and their interlocutors – assessment jury components – enables the understanding of how enunciation relates to those interacting subjects was supported. Furthermore, an analysis of the argumentative strategies which memorialist professors use so that they can convince the addressees of their respective productions (in a previously planned interview) was pursued. For this purpose, the study was grounded in Amossy (2020). In addition, the narrating professors’ literacy process was highlighted, in accordance with how Silva (2021) defines that issue. As a discussion arising from the qualitative analysis, there was an attempt to show how the memorialist subjects create their convincing strategies towards the interlocutors (assessment jury for the pursued success – or not – in the applied academic title), as well as whether they are entering the other’s culture.

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  • CAROLINA NASCIMENTO PASCHOAL BADARÓ
  • CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS OF WOMEN OF ZIRALDO’S WORK: “UMA PROFESSORA MUITO MALUQUINHA”; “THE SUPERMÃE” AND “MENINAS”

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IVO DE JESUS RAMOS
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MILTON DO NASCIMENTO
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • Data: 20-dic-2023

  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This doctoral research in Language Studies has as its main objectives to identify and analyze the conceptual metaphors of women in three of Ziraldo's works – “Uma professor very maluquinha” (1995); “The Supermom” (1996); “Meninas” (2016) – in order to understand how the female universe is conceptualized and represented in these children's books. In addition, this thesis aims to compare the metaphors that emerge from these works considering the semantic-ideological content and establishing relationships between the concepts and metaphors in the referred texts, presenting the particularities and/or similarities of each one when conceptualizing the feminine. For this, it is based on the theoretical assumptions of Lakoff and Johnson (1980, 2002) with regard to verbal metaphors, more precisely, in the Theory of Conceptual Metaphor, as well as multimodal metaphors, as defined by Social Semiotics and, furthermore, is based on French Discourse Analysis, with emphasis on studies by Pêcheux (1988, 1990, 1997), to analyze how discursive and imagery processes are constructed in order to enable a certain ideology (Marx and Engels, 2002) about women to is established in society, through metaphors. The idea that there are no absolute metaphors, they are cultural, therefore mapping becomes relevant to societies. To carry out the mapping, I categorized three target domains that corresponded to each book: CRAZY-WOMANTEACHER (A very crazy teacher), WOMAN-MOTHER (The supermom) and WOMANGIRL (Girls). Thus, some conceptual metaphors of Ziraldo's highlighted works were mapped and analyzed, such as: WOMAN-TEACHER IS FAIRY GODMOTHER, WOMANMOTHER IS SUPERHERO, WOMAN-GIRL IS METAMORPHOSIS. Therefore, the experientialist conception of researchers Lakoff and Johnson, as well as Marx and Engels, is confirmed. In this sense, the results of this research pointed out that although metaphors are not absolute, they emerge and are reinforced or not in a given social group, as they affect and are affected by the cultural context in which they are inserted.

2022
Disertaciones
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  • ALESSANDRA HYPOLITA VALLE SILVA LOPES
  • BERENICE A AMADA (I)MORTAL DE EDGAR ALLAN POE

    O corpo objetificado da personagem reconstruído nas imagens do cinema e da tevê


  • Líder : MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • LUCIANA APARECIDA SILVA DE AZEREDO
  • Data: 16-feb-2022
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Esse estudo articula sobre o conto Berenice de Edgar Allan Poe (18091849) publicado originalmente em 1835, recorrendo à imagem como orientadora de investigação. Para isso, esta dissertação utiliza como objetos de estudo, o filme francês Bérénice (1954) dirigido por Éric Rohmer e o episódio Berê, da minissérie brasileira Contos do Edgar (2013) dirigida por Pedro Morelli. A personagem dessa história morre e retorna à vida no final da narrativa, configurando-se como um exemplo emblemático de um signo bastante recorrente na obra de Poe, a mulher bela e morta”. O conto refere-se ainda à ideia de morte e vida após a morte, eternizando o momento do finamento, tema recorrente na obra de Poe, em narrativa poética. Partindo dos estudos literários, foram investigadas as relações da personagem Berenice com a morte, e suas intercessões com os estudos no campo da psicanálise. A partir de outras discussões e leituras  de Poe, foram fornecidas uma análise de Berenice sob a ótica de Sigmund Freud, Marie Bonaparte, Soshana Felman e Jacques Lacan. Paralelamente e como forma complementar aos estudos e questionamentos aqui presentes, trabalhamos com a interdisciplinaridade que essas correntes estabelecem com conceitos de Roland Barthes, Maurice Blanchot, Tzvetan Todorov, Julio Cortázar e Jacques Ranciére, de modo a revisitar reflexões sobre as linguagens do cinema e da tevê. As linguagens cinematográfica e televisiva também foram abordadas conforme as percepções de Marcel Martin, Lotte Eisner e Sergei Eisestein, que forneceram subsídios para a investigação das relações entre literatura, arte e tecnologia.

2
  • MILCA ALVES DA SILVA
  • BETWEEN VELVETS AND BROCADES: A STUDY ABOUT FASHION IN OS SINOS DA AGONIA, BY AUTRAN DOURADO

  • Líder : CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • GEANNETI SILVA TAVARES SALOMON
  • Data: 18-feb-2022
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study aims to comprehend the fashion influence in the narrative construction and characterization in the romance written by Autran Dourado, Os sinos da agonia, published in 1974. Starting from an analysis focused on theoretical studies about fashion, culture, and literature. The purpose is to reflect on the form the writer sets the romance through elements of the clothes from Minas Gerais in the 18th century, besides other fashion items that are not part of the dressing. Given that fashion has significant participation in the way individuals highlight their identity and show their position in a social group. Therefore, the contemplation of colonial Brazil scholars allowed us to perceive cultural aspects present in the fashion customs of pre-industrial Brazilian society in the romance, which collaborates to the narrative construction. It was also aspired to contribute to the discussions on the relationship between fashion and gender, from the analysis of the female characters, with emphasis on the protagonist Malvina. The point of reflection takes place into the participation of the baroque architecture, the perfume, and other customs from Vila Rica’s residents, into the fashion relevance in the context in question. Thereby, it is through the analysis of clothing as a narrative device and fashion as a revealing element of social characteristics that I argue that Dourado’s Os sinos da agonia has fashion as one of the main elements to engender meanings.

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  • ROSILENE MARIA NASCIMENTO
  • Représentations discursives d’apprenants de l'Éducation des Jeunes et des Adultes à propos de l'enseignement et de l'apprentissage du portugais langue maternelle et de leur rapport avec les pratiques sociales

  • Líder : LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • LUCIANA APARECIDA SILVA DE AZEREDO
  • HELI SABINO DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 06-may-2022
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Bien qu’ils aient connu des redoublements, qu’ils aient systématiquement abandonné l'école dite régulière ou qu’ils n’aient tout simplement pas eu accès à l’école dans l’enfance, pour diverses raisons, les apprenants de l'Éducation des Jeunes et des Adultes (EJA) possèdent des histoires concrètes et positives d'usage du portugais à travers toutes leurs expériences, au sein du milieu scolaire comme en dehors de celui-ci, de par diverses pratiques communautaires. Et nous estimons qu’il est important de se pencher sur leurs savoirs et d’en tenir compte lors de l’élaboration d’un programme d'Éducation des Jeunes et des Adultes. En partant de ces considérations et en tenant compte de la force idéologique qui imprègne les pratiques sociales de littératie en tant que pratiques identitaires, la présente étude vise à connaître la perception que ce genre d’apprenant a des usages quotidiens, de l'enseignement et de l'apprentissage de la langue maternelle, sur la base de l’hypothèse qu’il est capable de fournir des bases de réflexion sur l'enseignement et l'apprentissage du portugais au sein du programme de l'EJA. Pour ce faire, nous avons interviewé des apprenants (âgés de 15 à 24 ans) de ce profil. Sous-tendue par les bases théoriques et épistémologiques de la pensée critique, libératrice et transformatrice de Paulo Freire, par les théories critiques des Nouvelles Littératies et par les techniques de l'Analyse Critique du Discours (ACD), cette étude, de nature ethnographique, cherche à faire valoir la pensée des jeunes ainsi que leur perception de soi en tant que sujets et usagers de la langue, insérés dans des pratiques discursives impliquant des rapports de pouvoir sur les plans idéologique et politique. Les résultats de cette étude constituent des contributions à la conception de plans d'enseignement et d’apprentissage de la langue maternelle qui prennent en compte ces savoirs produits socialement, élargissant ainsi la perception de cette phase de la vie et de sa relation avec les études de l'EJA.

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  • VANESSA CRISTINA MORAES TEIXEIRA
  • Behind the scenes of the production of PNLD English textbooks and the treatment of Transversal Contemporary Themes: producer discourses in the light of Systemic-Functional Linguistics
  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • TANIA REGINA DE SOUZA ROMERO
  • Data: 28-jun-2022
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  • The main objective of this research is to investigate the backstage of English textbooks’ production for the National Textbook Program (PNLD) to understand the practice of authors and editors in the elaboration of these materials, focusing on the stages in which they make choices in the approach of Contemporary Transversal Themes (TCTs). In order to know this context, I conducted interviews with authors and editors who produced English textbooks approved by PNLD in 2020 and 2021, the first editions of the program that evaluated English textbooks after the implementation of the National Common Curricular Base (BNCC), which resulted in the restructuring of the edicts. Thus, I collected speeches in which these professionals talk about their actions in the elaboration of textbooks and in the approach of TCTs, their evaluations regarding the production process and the insertion of these themes in the materials. For the analysis of the corpus, the theoretical scope of Systemic-Functional Linguistics was adopted, which guided the construction of discussions that accomplish the research objectives. I specifically used the transitivity system (HALLIDAY; MATTHIESSEN, 2004) to analyze the actions present in the speeches of the producers; and the evaluative system (MARTIN; WHITE, 2005; MARTIN; ROSE, 2007) to analyze the evaluations given by these professionals. I also verified the criteria used and their challenges in this social environment. The results show that there is a purpose behind the authors' choices and the editors' interventions in the approach of TCTs, as it reveals a real effort on their part to contribute to users’ critical education. However, they are not always able to find the materials they want to include in textbooks, in addition, their choices are strongly regulated by public policy guidelines and market demands, especially after recent changes, which seem to have increased insecurities and limitations in the practice of these agents. Moreover, it is a process that received more negative evaluations from the participants, due to the rigorous work and the great responsibilities that involve it. The approach of TCTs in textbooks was positively evaluated by them, because they considered the social importance of studying these topics in classrooms and the possibilities that English textbooks can offer as a starting point for these discussions to take place. With this research, I intend to contribute with one more perspective on the production of textbooks, articulating issues in the field of editing, English teaching and discourse analysis in the perspective of Systemic-Functional Linguistics. Therefore, it is possible to bring academic research closer to the professional practices of the Brazilian textbooks’ publishing market, highlighting the complexity of the processes that occur in this scenario through the use of language by the agents involved.

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  • RENATA ALVES PIRES
  • TEXTUAL REVIEW OF ACADEMIC WORKS: imaginaries of the author in the light of discourse analysis
  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • DANIELLA LOPES DIAS IGNÁCIO RODRIGUES
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • Data: 04-jul-2022
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This investigation studied representations of the proofreader in the imagination of the academic-scientific author, based on Michel Pêcheux's theory of Discourse Analysis and its developments in Brazil, with Eni Orlandi. We seek to understand, by analyzing the author's discourse, what this client expects in relation to the services provided, the role and responsibilities of the reviewer. We start from the assumption that, when contracting a textual revision, the academic-scientific author wants a broader intervention than a normative-orthographic-grammatical correction to be carried out. We believe – and we try to show – that this client profile, who writes works in the university environment with a focus on knowledge generation and scientific publication, seeks a partner in the reviewer to help in the construction of a final version of the text. For that, this professional must, in the author's view, interfere in the text at a discursive level - either correcting, realigning and adapting, or rewriting, if necessary -, so that this text can say, in the best possible way, what is being said. proposes. The corpus of analysis was based on the discourse materialized in conversations and exchanges of messages that academic authors established with the reviewer at the time of contracting and during the performance of the review service, through email, WhatsApp or comments in the margins of the text. We seek, in the movement of analysis, to dialogue with the most current theories in editing processes, which approach the reviewer's work not only from the point of view of grammatical correction, but also from a discursive perspective, as part of the editorial activity. We understand, therefore, that the reviewer, in the imagination of the academic-scientific author, is, indeed, that professional who finds and corrects errors and deviations in spelling, grammar and standardization; Beyond this function, however, the reviewer is also a co-enunciator, a co-scribe, a partner with whom the author shares responsibilities and to whom he grants autonomy to intervene in the construction of his text and discourse.

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  • GUSTAVO HENRIQUE SOUSA ASSIS
  • FORCES OF DESIRE: the desiring-machine in Hilda Hilst’s poetry

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • JOÃO GUILHERME DIAS
  • Data: 01-sep-2022
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  • In this text-experiment we propose the reading of poems that permeate the poetic work of
    Hilda Hilst that can give us clues about the different forces of desire in this poetry. As a
    protagonist, the book Do Desejo (1992) was detached from the work and analyzed in a unique
    way. To think about desire, we signed up with Deleuze and Guattari's philosophy of
    difference, when they elaborate the concepts of desiring machines, assemblages, becomings,
    rhizomes, among others. We also use Deleuze's works to think about repetition, the
    transcendental and immanence. We seek support from scholars of the philosophy of
    difference, such as Orlandi, Silva, Dumoulié and Zourabichvili, who also focus on Nietzsche
    and Spinoza. Every alliance created here is intended to understand what are the universes
    created by and for desire in Hilda Hilst's poetry.

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  • JESSICA CAMILA SOARES
  • Is it only grammar? Multimodal reading by proofreaders of advertising texts in the light of Social Semiotics

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • FRANCIS ARTHUSO PAIVA
  • Data: 27-sep-2022
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Advertising texts may reach their target audience by argumentation, through verbal and imagetic items which are able to establish all sorts of interactions with the reader. Thus, the language being used can be seen and build up meanings and effects through written texts and others semiotics resources. In this context, the figure of the proofreader arises: the professional who will make sure the verbal text and the image are coherently conveyed, considering the communicative context. He will also ensure the advertising piece is assertive in its entirety – going beyond the briefing or the settled grammar standards. So, the proofreader can act beyond the verbal text and analyze the multimodal as a whole. In this study, we investigated the proofreader’s possible actions when dealing with advertising texts that circulate throughout digital and printed media. The methodology used is qualitative and interpretivist, based on three pillars: corpus research, analysis of the advertising pieces selected considering the theory proposed and presentation of the possible interventions suggested to the proofreader. For the intervention, advertising texts were collected, reviewed and posted on digital and press media by the researcher, in order to select the pieces to be analyzed considering the main goal: to discuss possible ways of acting in the advertising proofreading of texts that circulate in digital and press media, taking into account, beyond grammar aspects, the multimodal whole of its constitution. Besides the theoretical background that focus on analyzing the proofreader performance and the advertising discourse, we consult the studies related to Social Semiotics and multimodality, such as Kress (2003), (2015); Kress and Van Leeuwen (1996), (2001); Ribeiro (2013), (2016), (2020), (2021); Natividade and Pimenta (2009); Gualberto and Kress (2019); Gualberto and Bomfante (2019); and Gualberto and Pimenta (2019). In this study, we aim to socially reflect upon the process of creation, editing and proofreading advertising texts, coming up with the proposal of a review made up of three different stages: grammar and linguistics, imagetics aspects and Social Semiotics and multimodality.

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  • ÉVERTON LUCAS FERREIRA GARCIA
  • Discursive analysis of Elke Maravilha's self-narratives: identity construction, media and fashion
  • Líder : CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • MARIANA RAMALHO PROCÓPIO XAVIER
  • Data: 17-oct-2022
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  • In this dissertation, we reflect on how discourses build effects of plural meanings in
    the self-narrative of the artist Elke Maravilha, having the body as a place of
    manifestation of fashion in different social spheres. With a discursive look, we aim to
    make a reading that mixes devices of the order of language and of the historical order,
    which determine the production of meaning effects through reports of lived
    experiences and clothing worn by the artist throughout her career. We seek to identify
    how, in this projection of images of herself, both in it’s dimension of clothing and in
    it’s verbal enunciative functioning, the artist's positions and engagements are
    manifested. We also analyze the discourses and imaginaries that cross the narratives
    of this Brazilian media icon, from the perspective of Dominique Maingueneau (1997;
    2006; 2008; 2011; 2015; 2016; 2020), Émile Benveniste (1989; 1991), Guy Debord
    (1997) ), Ida Lúcia Machado (2016), Leonor Arfuch (1995; 2010), Malcolm Barnard
    (2003), Patrick Charaudeau (1991; 1999; 2004; 2006; 2017; 2018), Ruth Amossy
    (2005; 2018), among others, who helped us to point out the various ethé of the artist.
    As a guideline for this research, assumptions from the Semiolinguistic Theory of
    Discourse Analysis are used in relation to the act of language as staging, to language
    skills, to the manipulation of the modes of discourse organization and to Modalization
    (CHARAUDEAU, 1991, 1999). Linguistic-discursive aspects of argumentation
    directly linked to this theory are also addressed. The corpus consists of five notebooks
    with interviews of the artist that the author collected, transcribed and divided into
    three axes for analysis: identity construction, media and fashion. Based on this
    research, we can carry out an analysis of the narratives of the artist Elke Maravilha,
    which contributed to the (re)construction of the identity of the artist's reports. We also
    sought, from the analysis of the interdiscourse, to identify the signs-symptoms of
    imaginaries mobilized both in the verbal and non-verbal scopes, which implied
    analyzing the ethic projections constructed from the clothing. The analysis was based
    on the understanding of the use of subjectivity and corporality indices, seeking,
    finally, to describe the most salient ethotic projections expressed in the analyzed
    reports. The results of this research demonstrate that the dynamics used provided
    integration, assimilation and sharing of experiences in the elaboration of knowledge
    between discourse and interdiscourse, understanding of the ethos that the artist always
    wanted to show in the media and that she always defended in her aesthetics and
    ethics. We realized that it is not difficult to find a thousand and two things written
    about Elke Maravilha, after all, she has been part of our imagination for some time
    and has become more than a personality in fashion. From the beginning, she has
    always projected images of herself as irreverent, anarchic, over-the-top and
    outspoken. In addition to these apparently intentional ethotic projections by the artist,
    it was possible for us to observe socio-discursive imaginaries that reveal a social
    political position of valuing equality, respect for ethnic-racial and gender diversity
    and recognition of various religious and cultural manifestations.

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  • MARCOS FELIPE DA SILVA
  • LITERACY: the development of teaching projects through aldravias

  • Líder : LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIA MARA DE SOUZA
  • JOSE BENEDITO DONADON LEAL
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 18-nov-2022
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  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research is linked to line III - Language, Teaching, Learning and Technology and aimed at reflecting on the formation of the literary reader in basic education through teaching projects. In its essence, it intended to reflect on the application of a project of reading and production of aldravias entitled Aldravilhando, implemented in a public school in Santa Bárbara-MG. Aldravias are synthetic poems, with only six univocabular verses. They dispense the rhymes, graphic punctuation, and metrics, making use of metonymies and keep the focus on the discourse and on the reader’s construction of meaning. The key question that guided the research was: how can a teaching project focused on the reading and production of aldravias contribute to the formation of literary readers? The hypothesis underlying the research is that pedagogical mediation by means of the aldravias can contribute to the formation of the literary reader. We proposed the construction of a theoretical and methodological frame of reference that allowed us to understand the importance of literature and literacy for the formation of the reader. In order to carry out this study, we first of all conducted a bibliographic review, with the purpose of outlining a panorama of research carried out in the field of literacy and studies on aldravias. Then, we sought to reflect on these themes in the light of authors such as Candido (1995), Barthes (1995, 1996, 2003), Compagnon (2009), Soares (2002, 2004, 2006, 2009), Cosson (2011, 2018, 2019), Leal (2013), and Donadon-Leal (2001, 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2018). The research methodology used is of a qualitative nature, based on the analysis of the stages and didactic sequences developed during a reading project, in addition to the didactic-pedagogical resources, results, and publications achieved with the project. Research with this approach is justified because little is known yet about the use of aldravias in the reader education environment. Furthermore, the development of literacy through teaching projects, with emphasis on the student's protagonism, pedagogical mediation, and the participation of the school community in the teaching and learning process, is of great importance. The results achieved through the cataloging of data from the Aldravilhando project showed that there were contributions from this pedagogical practice both for the development of literacy and for the humanization process in basic education students of a municipal public school.

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  • MIRIÃ ALEXANDRE DE PAULA
  • BETWEEN CONTINUITIES AND RUPTURES: THE FUNCTIONINGRESISTANCE DISCOURSE BLACK WOMEN IN FEMINIST BLOG

  • Líder : CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • MÁRCIA FONSECA AMORIM
  • Data: 28-nov-2022
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  • This research project intends to analyze operation resistance discourse on the digital platform Blogueiras Negras. Understand that to show and say “their resistance discourse” is not enough, because, before, it needs to reflect on how this discourse operates. With the purpose of understanding operation then, it’s necessary to search in history, or in the other words, the how, at the same time, the why certain subjects say that way and no of others, The resistence discourse like esasy discover then, but it’s needs of the deep reflection to be understood. This research sought to understand the order of the resistence discourse, or in the other words, the ways that discourse covers to implemented. The Blogueira Negras is an Espace of production, reproduction, and circulation of resistance discourse, like operating in order of the silence and politics of silence (censure). Perceived that the operation of resistance discourse resembles domination discourse, whereby the subject (person) establishes power relations for blacks woman to resist. Therefore, the Discourse Analyses used as a theoretical, methodological basis, which was born in France, in 1960 with Michel Pêcheux (2015 [1983], 2014 [1975] [1969]) and in Brazil has expansion with studies by Eni Orlandi. For to reflect on specific ways on the subject of black women searched references in writers like Angela Davis (2019), Patricia Collins (2017), and Lélia Gonzalez (2020) among others.

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  • VIRGÍNIA GRAZIELA FONSECA BARBOSA
  • POP SCIENCE: Scientific Dissemination on YouTube from the perspective of Sociosemiotics and Grammar of Visual Design

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • VERÔNICA SOARES DA COSTA
  • Data: 07-dic-2022
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  • In this study, we seek to understand the current context of language and communications from the configurations of the digital world. Mainly, we consider the prevalence of the visual in this historical moment, configuring a new “writing”, in which the alphanumeric paradigm starts to share space with another more complex and hybrid format. For this purpose, we used the multimodal genre Scientific Dissemination video on YouTube as an object of research. Our theoretical framework goes through Flusser's considerations about the future of writing, through Jenkins' considerations about the culture of convergence, and culminates in analyses based on Sociosemiotics and Visual Design Grammar, by Kress and Van Leeuwen. From the analysis of two Brazilian channels of Scientific Dissemination on YouTube (Nunca vi 1 cientista and Arqueologia pelo mundo), we seek to understand how meanings are constructed in these multimodal productions, especially considering the interactional metafunction. The survey points to the relevance of using visual strategies, such as framing, images and visual texts, capable of facilitating understanding and creating engagement with the viewer, in addition to the use of face-to-face communication resources, such as gestures and facial expressions. It is also undeniable the importance of technical knowledge related to the production, editing and distribution of the material by the scientists who has led the studied channels, contradicting the commonly vaunted idea regarding the facilities of using and the democratic role of digital tools. Likewise, regarding to the general public, the expansion of these communicative forms has not been accompanied by satisfactory digital literacy or effective democratization policies. Thus, in times of denialism and fake news, the facilitating strategies adopted by the scientists of the corpus investigated in this study point to a possible direction to bring scientific knowledge closer to the people.

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  • ISABELA MENDONÇA DE CARVALHO MONTEIRO
  • Vague light of writing: memory, document and instinct in Gonçalo M. Tavares's "Diário da Peste".

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ERICK GONTIJO COSTA
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • PABLO ALEXANDRE GOBIRA DE SOUZA-RICARDO
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • Data: 09-dic-2022
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  • This work approaches the construction of memory in the Diário da Peste, by Gonçalo Tavares, a work published virtually over ninety consecutive days – from March to June 2020 – and printed in 2021 under the title Diário da Peste – The Year of 2020. Written during isolation due to the 2020 pandemic, Diário da Peste records not only the days, but simultaneously consigns thoughts about the work, about the events and about the life of the one who writes. It is shown how this diary, driven by a global event, operates as a kind of archive, a memory of the world, not being restricted to the daily life of Gonçalo Tavares – as the use of the word “diary” might lead to believe. From aspects related to memory, documents and the experience of that moment, it is intended to present the way in which they appear and are articulated in the texts of the Diário da Peste, in order to bring them closer to Jacques Derrida’s archival theory, present in Archive Fever: a freudian impression. This approach aims to establish a link between the processes of creation and digital archiving of the Diário da Peste as significant factors for literary production. This proposal is linked to Line IV – Edition, Language and Technology – of the Postgraduate Program in Language Studies (POSLING) as it aims, with this approach, to reflect and to make a possible advance in the study of cultural and cultural relations that permeate the discursivity of the creative and editing processes of contemporary languages.

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  • ISADORA ALMEIDA RODRIGUES
  • The universe and my yard: peripheral voices through the bodies of Cia. Fusion de Danças Urbanas

  • Líder : RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • REINALDO MARTINIANO MARQUES
  • RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • TEREZINHA TABORDA MOREIRA
  • Data: 06-ene-2022
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  • The present thesis is studies, through the perspective of Literary and Cultural Criticism,
    an example of peripheral body expressiveness: the dance of Cia. Fusion de Danças
    Urbanas, from Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Founded in 2002 and turned professional in
    2009, the company defies traditional notions of identity and proposes the construction
    of memorialist and achival discourses based on corporeal expressions organized through
    diasporic bonds which, in a great manner, distance themselves from the imagined
    communities built with geographic frontiers. Using the language of Urban Dances,
    element of Hip Hop Culture, the group promotes reflection and a potent aesthetic
    experience regarding memory, identity and culture, reorganizing such notions prom a
    peripheral perspective. In this study, two performances by the group are thoroughly
    analyzed: “Quando efé” (2014), which is here defined as a “Dancearchive”, as it is a
    sort of danced archive of peripheral culture associated with collective memory; and “Pai
    contra mãe” (2016), inspired by a short-story written by Machado de Assis which
    reflects on the memory of slavery and proposes a reorganization of it, based on the
    viewpoint and the will of potency of the oppressed. The analysis of such performances
    promotes a reflection on past, present and future, redefining the place of peripheral
    expressivity and its relations with traditional history and literature.

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  • LILIAN MARIA DOS SANTOS CARNEIRO
  • O gerenciamento da automotivação na aprendizagem de língua inglesa, na graduação em Letras, por meio da utilização de um planner motivacional

  • Líder : MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLIMENE FERNANDES BRITO ARRUDA
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MARIA CLARA VIANNA SÁ E MATOS
  • MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 12-ene-2022
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  • Esta pesquisa parte do desejo de contribuir com formas que promovam o gerenciamento motivacional para aprender uma língua estrangeira (USHIODA, 1996; DÖRNYEI; USHIODA, 2011) e do reconhecimento de que o professor tem poucas condições de gerenciar a motivação dos estudantes em sala de aula (BAMBIRRA, 2009). Assim, foi criado um instrumento intitulado planner motivacional, composto por propostas que orientam a administração de metas, a reflexão e a tomada de decisões por parte dos estudantes. Tais atividades foram criadas para levar os estudantes a conhecerem as estratégias automotivacionais, propostas por Dörnyei (2005), a interagirem com elas e aplicá-las. Contando com a participação voluntária de cinco estudantes da disciplina intitulada ‘Oficina de Leitura e Produção de Textos em Língua Estrangeira III’, do curso de graduação em Letras do Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais, e da professora por ela responsável, foi realizado um estudo longitudinal, ao longo de um semestre letivo, em que atrajetória de gerenciamento motivacional, feita pelas estudantes participantes, foi acompanhada pela pesquisadora, por meio de sessões de orientação quinzenais e da análise dos registros feitos pelas estudantes no planner motivacional. O objetivo do trabalho foi verificar como se dava o gerenciamento motivacional mediado pela utilização do plannere discutir até que ponto esse instrumento contribui para o gerenciamento da motivação. A metodologia empregada é de natureza aplicada, abordagem qualitativa, orientação exploratória, em formato de estudo de caso. Os dados gerados pelos registros feitos no planner pelas estudantes, pelas discussões realizadas nas sessões de orientação, pela escrita da narrativa e pela entrevista feita com a professora da disciplinaforam interpretados e discutidos à luz das teorias sobre uso de estratégias automotivacionais e de gerenciamento da própria motivação (em especial DÖRNYEI, 2005; DÖRNYEI. USHIODA, 2011; DÖRNYEI, 2017), a fim de responder às perguntas de pesquisa. Foi possível constatar que o planner motivacional viabilizou o gerenciamento da motivação e o engajamento na aprendizagem, de forma segura e completa, orientando a elaboração, o gerenciamento e o alcance de submetas e metas, a autorregulação e a reflexão sobre os processos envolvidos.


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  • MARCOS FABIO CARDOSO DE FARIA
  • Dramaturgias radicales: del personaje político ordinario a la imaginación emancipatoria

  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MARCOS ANTÔNIO ALEXANDRE
  • ELVINA MARIA CAETANO PEREIRA
  • ROSANE DA SILVA BORGES
  • Data: 07-feb-2022
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  • A partir de la teoría inacabada de Walter Benjamin sobre los personajes políticos en la obra de Bertolt Brecht, presente en el texto “Bert Brecht”, propongo una lectura, con foco en el teatro político brasileño que intenta dar continuidad a ese pensamiento. En un primer momento, debido a la aproximación con la forma de hacer teatro brechtiano, parto de la dramaturgia de Augusto Boal anterior al golpe de Estado militar en Brasil, así como su trabajo teórico titulado como Teatro del Oprimido, para reflexionarcomo esta literatura puede generar personajes políticos ordinarios, o sea, que aun siendo distanciados de las instituciones de poder, son capaces de desencadenar acciones políticas significativas en sus comunidades promoviendo, de esta forma, cambios sustanciales en el cotidiano colectivo. En seguida, hago una lectura de diversas dramaturgias contemporáneas, con un recorte orientado para el teatro negro que, a la misma vez, no son constructivas de personajes políticos ordinarios que se valen de la postura activista para inscribirse, en dirección contraria, en la historia brasileña. De este modo, parto de la premisa del teatrocomo un género público, y portanto, asambleario, sugiriendo que, a partir de él y de su capacidad de alcance, es posible promover una imaginación emancipadora que compite y tensiona, discursivamente, con los poderes institucionales que son responsables por generar un patrón en las narrativas históricas brasileñas, como fue, por ejemplo, la disertación de Karl von Martius presentada en el Instituto Histórico y Geográfico Brasileño (IHGB) titulada Cómo se debe escribir la Historia de Brasil.

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  • FLÁVIA CAMPOS SILVA
  • EL PORTUGUÉS COMO LENGUA DE ACOGIDA (PLA) EM LAS NARRATIVAS DE LAS MUJERES MIGRANTES

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • HENRIQUE RODRIGUES LEROY
  • PAULO JOSÉ TENTE DA ROCHA SANTOS OSÓRIO
  • Data: 04-abr-2022
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  • Esta tesis se refiere a una contribución a la expansión de los estudios lingüísticos sobre la práctica de la enseñanza del Portugués como Lengua de Acogida(PLA) en Brasil. Basado en el análisis del discurso de las mujeres migrantes aprendices de PLA, cuyas voces fueron secuestradas e impedidas de existir en la Historia de la Migración, el objetivo es,a través de la apertura de espacio para que este grupo pueda hablar y compartir sus experiencias en las rutas y procedimientos migratorios, verifique qué tipo de configuración es construida por ese grupoemesta enseñanza del Portugués que se posiciona como una de las pocas formas de agencia lingüística en nuestro país. Por lo tanto, esta investigación está dedicada a 1) Caracterizar la enseñanza de PLAen Brasil y en CEFET-MG; 2) Verificar si y cómo el PLAparticipa en el proceso de reconstrucción de identidad de las mujeres migrantes en la sociedad de acogida; 3) Analizar si el PLAha contribuido y cómo ha contribuido a una (re) configuración discursiva de los patrones de sociabilidad y a la construcción de otras inteligibilidades a través del acceso al lenguaje 4) Comparar si el discurso de la aprendiz de mujer migrante en el curso del PLAes coherente con La propuesta docente de esta práctica socioeducativa que se posiciona como un enfoque estructurado con vistas a cumplir una función social, humana, política, crítica y transgresor. La rutade trabajo se inicia mediante un intento de (des)estabilización discursiva de la configuración migratoria actual que ha visto formas de agencia casi exclusivamente a través del problema (MARTINS, 1998; ELHAJJI, 2011; BAUMAN, 2017). Luego, la intención es analizar el contexto sócio-histórico dondela migración femenina en Brasil y en el mundo comenzó a ser (re)resignificantey los reflejos del reconocimiento y problematización de la presencia de mujeres en los flujos (ASSIS, 2003, 2007; BOYD ; GRIECO, 2003; USHER, 2005; MARINUCCI, 2007; BASSANEZI, 2012; MATOS et al., 2018). En el curso de la investigación, se llevará a cabo una reflexión sobre los conceptos de PLA, de tal manera indicarsu importancia en un contexto de ausencia de políticas linguisticas estatales paramigrantes en crisis en Brasil y verificar el (supuesto) potencial emancipadory su participación en el proceso de (re)territorialización del sujeto migrante en el nuevo domicilio (AMADO, 2011, 2013, 2016; BARRANTES, 2015; MARQUES, 2018; ARANTES ET AL., 2015, 2016, 2017; PEREIRA, 2016; VESCHI, 2017; HARTWIG; SILVA , 2017; GROSSO, 2010; VIEIRA, 2010; REZENDE, 2010; SÃO BERNARDO, 2016; LOPEZ, 2016; CAMARGO, 2019; BOTTURA, 2019). Esta reflexión también incluirá enfoques que han problematizado la dinámica del funcionamiento del PLA (SANTOS, 2000; ANUNCIAÇÃO, 2017, 2018; LOPEZ, 2018; DINIZ; NEVES, 2018), con miras a ampliar la comprensión del objeto de investigación. Después, la investigación continúa con las teoriasde Spolsky (2004, 2009, 2012); Mariani (2004, 2007), Zoppi-Fontana; Diniz (2008), Zoppi-Fontana (2009), Diniz (2010, 2012) y Oliveira (2007, 2013) para verificar cuáles son las implicaciones de las políticas linguísticas en el funcionamiento de la lengua de acogida en Brasil hoy. El análisis de datos de la investigación se basará en los supuestos teóricos del Análisis del Discurso (PÊCHEUX, 1969, 1971, 1975, 1984, 1990; ORLANDI, 1992, 2001, 2012) y en aspectos conceptuales de las Narrativas deVida (BAKHTIN, 1929 , 1963; RICOUER, 1997; LEJEUNE 2008; ARFUCH, 2010) y para explorar la narrativa de las experiencias, los procesos de (re)negociación de identidad y los modos de subjetivación de las mujeres migrantes que son aprendices de PLA, me orientopor los supuestos de Foucault (1975, 1984, 1979/1980) y Butler (2015). Además, la metodología de esta tesis está guiada por los preceptos de la Linguística Aplicada Indisciplinaria (MOITA LOPES, 2006); Emancipada (RAJAGOPALAN, 2010); Critical and Transgressive (PENNYCOOK, 2001, 2006) y por la praxis decolonial (ORTIZ FERNÁNDEZ, 2004; MIGNOLO, 2007; QUIJANO, 2005, 2008; WALSH, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2013) -opciones inevitables para lidiar con la complejidad de los imperativos migratorios y sus subjetividades emel (re)direcionamientode la miradadel/en el Sur hacia las luchas que se imponen en este universo de multi-territorialidades tan particulares donde el PLA se desarolla.

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  • ERIC JUNIOR COSTA
  • Por una Lingüística Social-Migratoria: la integración de apátridas en Brasil

  • Líder : ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ADÉLIA VERÔNICA DA SILVA
  • ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • CAROLINA DE ABREU BATISTA CLARO
  • LILIANE DE OLIVEIRA NEVES
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MAIT BERTOLLO
  • MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • Data: 07-abr-2022
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  • La investigación propuesta tiene como pilares los Estudios de Lenguajes y los Estudios Migratorios. Con respecto a los lenguajes, el contexto es el Portugués como Lengua de Acogida (PLAc), una modalidad de enseñanza y aprendizaje de lengua no materna destinada a migrantes desplazados forzados. El objetivo es analizar las experiencias de dos ex-apátridas en Brasil durante sus trayectos migratorios (Forlot, 2008), en especial sobre la exposición y aprendizaje de la lengua portuguesa y como estos factores influenciaron en su integración no Brasil. Para esto, recurrí a las teorías da Sociología da Migración (Spreafico, 2009), de las políticas lingüísticas que involucran elPLAc (Grosso, 2010; Camargo, 2019), de los discursos mediáticos (Charaudeau, 2012). Una vez que no era posible comprender los procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje sin comprender lo que significa la apatridia, fue necesario desarrollar los análisis con base en (Claro, 2015) y (Foucault, 2008). La metodología aplicada fue a partir de la selección de datos iniciada con la investigación de (Costa, Silva, Mamo, 2019), además de la selección de narrativas mediáticas de las participantes, de notas de campo, de normativas relativas al tema (Convención sobre o Estatuto de los Apátridas de 1954, Convención para Reducir los Casos de Apatridia de 1961, Ley 13.445 de 2017, Ley de Migración Brasileña) y de categorización de las experiencias de aprendizaje de las participantes (Miccoli, Bambirra e Vianini, 2020). Los resultados parciales indican que la ausencia de fuertes lazos seculares establecidos entre o Brasil y la República de Siria no resultarían posibilidades del inicio de un acontecimiento discursivo nuevo o resucitado, como el discurso apátrida en Brasil por medio de la presencia y lucha por pertenencia de las participantes en el país. Además, y en especial sobre as experiencias lingüísticas al aprender la lengua mayoritaria brasileña, el portugués, los análisis indican que fueron atravesadas por momentos positivos y otros verticales, como la imposición de la comprobación dela competencia en portugués únicamente por medio del examen Celpe-Bras. Sin la realización de un preparatorio realizado en 2018 en un curso de PLAc, sin haber hecho el examen y comprobada la competencia, habría otra laguna en la integración de las participantes, indiscutiblemente la más importante, la no obtención de la nacionalidad brasileña.

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  • ANDREY RICARDO AZEVEDO
  • Subjectivity and new media in post-truth times: a discursive analytical view of narrative constructions in contemporary time

  • Líder : GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIO AUGUSTO BRAICO ANDRADE
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • MARIANA RAMALHO PROCÓPIO XAVIER
  • PAULO HENRIQUE AGUIAR MENDES
  • Data: 26-abr-2022
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  • We investigate,from Discourse Analysis(DA) perspective, other forms of subjectivity that emerge from post-truth in digital communication times and narrative disputes in the political-electoral scenario. The empirical object starts from the main fake news spread during the presidential elections in Brazil, in 2018, for a future methodological sample involving the values (morals) and the gay kitmatters, widely explored during the elections. The subjectivity issue becomes opportune and thought-provokingin this case, as it still presents gaps not sufficiently explored in the Discourse Analysis scope, especially the Semiolinguistic Theory by Charaudeau, centered on the idea of a subject with autonomy. The first approach was to question this autonomy, based on this fake news context’sparticularities, which could subvertelements considered essentialin the Charaudeauan theory. In parallel, we incorporate into the research, in an interdisciplinary perspective, theoretical and methodological contributions that might cover any unforeseen gaps in Semiolinguistics, such as observing the discourse reception based on ideas brought up by Benjamin (theory of shock) or Dunker (psychoanalysis). We seek to explore theethosissue through different methodsand also reflect on the ethical dimension based on Marie-Anne Paveau and Foucault, among other authors. From Foucault, we extracted important thoughts around notions of power, regimes of truth, and the very conception of the subject. Among the results so far, we see that the understanding of subjectivity in the fake news environment transposes some analytical limitsfound in Semiolinguistics. This transposition in noticeable, for instance, asthe recognition of the communication contract is compromised and camouflaged as if it were an information contract. Along the same line, we notice strategies tending to forgea balance in the knowledgeorganization, which is desirable for constructing social representationsand, therefore, for the subjects autonomy. We refer in this case to the tendency for fake news to be based on beliefs but pass for based on knowledge. The reception sphere (and its effects) also deserves attention, which, in the scope of fake news and digital social networks, tends to be led by a shallow and distracted understanding, without much ambiguity, in the interpretive process. Such aspects themselves already denote a subject overdetermined by the urgency of readings, replies, clicks, and shares; a process seduced by the urge,which we call latent reception effect.Finally, in the external domain (social being), we notice that there are in fake news implicit strategies developed by subjects witha political-ideological, neoconservative project not explicitly revealed. It is then possible to see, blurred by the post-truth universe, narrative constructions considered manipulative, which restrain the heterogeneity of voices and suffocate singularity and otherness. In Foucaults language, we would not be facing mere disputes for power or new regimes of truth, but the desire to assert a state of domination,and almost aporia that, by stifling freedom, shows its contempt for its ethical dimension.

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  • MÍRIAM RABELO GONTIJO
  • Motivation in successful English language learning: experiences of affiliation to imagined communities

  • Líder : MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CAROLINA VIANINI AMARAL LIMA
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • CLIMENE FERNANDES BRITO ARRUDA
  • HILDA SIMONE HENRIQUES COELHO
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • Data: 02-may-2022
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  • According to Sociocultural theory, human development emerges from a dialectical interaction between man and context (LANTOLF, 2000). Although the traditional locus of learning is the language classroom, it also takes place, in a great variety of ways, out of institutional walls. One of them is through affiliation to imagined communities. This study aims to explain how such affiliations influence the learning of English as a foreign language in the southeast of Brazil. The theoretical framework orienting data generation and analysis encompasses the following constructs: (1) identity and investment within Norton’s perspective (1995, 2000; 2013; 2017; 2019), (2) motivation and vision according to Dörnyei (2005; 2019; 2017; 2019), Dörnyei and Ryan (2015), and Dörnyei and Kubanyiova (2014); (3) Wenger’s (1998; 2009) proposal of affiliation to imagined communities revisited by Norton (2013; 2015); and (4) the concept of successful language learning defended by Arruda (2014). This is an applied research, formatted as an exploratory Case Study. Undergraduate students taking Letters at a state university participated providing oral narratives of their successful English learning experiences permeated by affiliations to imagined communities. Only the experience of one student was analyzed, due to the richness of her reports and considering the purpose of this research. The analysis of her narrative started from the understanding of her affiliations to Imagined Communities (MACMILLAN; CHAVIS, 1986; RYAN, 2006), so that it was possible to understand her successful learning (ARRUDA, 2014), as well as her motivation (ZANOTELI; BAMBIRRA 2019). The results confirmed affiliations to Imagined Communities regarding TV series, music and the status of being an immigrant in the United States, as well as documented their pedagogical strength to learn English as a foreign language.

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  • LEONARDO DRUMMOND VILAÇA LIMA CAMARGO

  • CRITERIA FOR PRODUCTION AND EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL CHATBOTS

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • BRUNO ALVES RODRIGUES
  • TERHI SKANIAKOS
  • EDSON MARTINS JÚNIOR
  • Data: 09-may-2022
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  • This dissertation presents a case study focused on an experience of using a chatbot as a didactic material for the course Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, a teacher-training course offered by Instituto Ânima (Brazil) in partnership with the Tampere University (Finland) for Brazilian teachers. The digital information and communication technologies foster new types of didactic materials, both by creating new editorial or technological products and also by appropriating existing artifacts for educational purposes. Based on Graells’ (2000) definitions of didactic materials, we discuss the use of a chatbot as a didactic material when created specifically for teaching and learning purposes. This is a new type of digital didactic material, using Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence. As the research main result, we created a matrix presenting criteria and descriptors for creation and evaluation of educational chatbots. This matrix was used to evaluate a chatbot as presented in the case study.

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  • LIZAINNY APARECIDA ALVES QUEIROZ
  • I just wanted to be in a ordinary family.

    The discursive representations os Brazilian family in advertising

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • LEILA MARLI DE LIMA CAEIRO
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • SORAIA MATILDE MARQUES BUCHHORN
  • WILIANE VIRIATO ROLIM
  • Data: 21-jun-2022
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  • This research analyzes 18 advertisements referring to the commemorative dates: Father’s Day, Mother's Day, and Christmas during the period 2013-2018, the interrelationship between verbal and non-verbal language in the constitution of discursive representations of the Brazilian family in advertising pieces. To verify this verbal-visual texture, I used two strands of Discourse Analysis: Kress's Grammar of Visual Design; Van Leeuwen and Charaudeau's Semiolinguistics, aiming to understand how verbal-visual semiosis builds identities, creates power relations, spreads ideologies, beliefs and values. I tried to identify in the advertisements and in the publicity contract the relational interaction of the verbal and visual semiosis that originate the power relations, build identities, and spreads ideologies, beliefs and values. For the analysis of the corpus, I followed the methodological procedures of the theory adopted to observe how the family arrangements far from the traditional are being conveyed by television advertisements. The data revealed that the intertwining between verbal and visual languages occurs in a strategically planned way in all advertisements, to take advantage of the significant benefits of each semiosis and the junction between the two languages to convince and seduce the target audience. The analysis of the discursive practice revealed that the different families are represented by an articulation interested in protective, responsible, affective and emotional and financial, competence discourses, positioning them as beneficiaries in the acquisition of the most diverse products. The conveyed family is always represented in a positive and replicating way of a model considered ideal heteronormative, even when portraying other relationships. It also revealed that the participation of different family arrangements in television advertisements is broadcast a timidly , within the most accepted and socially approved representations, supporting the encouragement of consumerist attitudes. The results demonstrated the importance of the image for the use of persuasion strategies and semiotic resources to create a certain intimacy with the viewer so that he can identify with the narrative.

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  • NARA BRETAS LAGE
  • Aconteceu comigo: Women, Life Narratives and Violence in Laura Athayde's Comics

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • CÍNTIA LIMA CRESCÊNCIO
  • GUISELA MARIA LATORRE HUERTA
  • MARIANA RAMALHO PROCÓPIO XAVIER
  • ÉRIKA CRISTINA DIAS NOGUEIRA
  • Data: 20-jul-2022
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  • According to the Brazilian Public Security Forum every seven hours a woman is murdered and every 10 minutes a girl or woman is a rape victim in Brazil. These numbers are even greater when class and race are taken into account, says the research. I believe this history of violence can be observed in the comic book series Aconteceu comigo by Brazilian artist Laura Athayde, this research object. The comic strip artist, who produces digital comics mainly for social networking, proposes to narrate the lives of Brazilian women through various different themes in this collection. Based on the hypothesis that Laura composes images of Brazilian women in their plurality, and is keen on presenting them in such a way that these comics reveal their lives and experiences which are invisible and erased in other national contexts. I used themes such as life narratives, digital artivism, and decolonial feminism as insights to readat these comics. Inspired by these ideas, I analyzed this collection using an interdisciplinary theoretical and methodological approach, emphasizing semiolinguistics, although I also rely on theories such as narratives of self, communication, digital activism, feminism, and comics. These questions allowed me to identify six narrative axis from which these lives are narrated: misogyny, violence, prejudice and oppression, racism, LGBTphobia, and mental health. Based on them, I analyzed women narratives - narrator-enunciator-character - who tell fragments of their lives in Aconteceu comigo, to understand that by activating the resistance and resilience ethé they strongly refute established imaginaries in the country attempting to control and circumscribe their lives. In this sense, I understand that by adopting a feminist and decolonial gesture, Laura Athayde is concerned both in representing Brazilian women in their diversity of bodies and experiences, and in portraying the history of victimization and violence in its many guises which are committed against women in the country. Thus, she uses her space of feminist artivist expression in the digital environment to politically position herself against these violences that affect our trajectories as Brazilian women, aiming to both affect and be affected by the publicization and narration of these experiences.

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  • ISA MARIA MARQUES DE OLIVEIRA
  • Edición de cómics en Brasil: procesos y editores

  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIA CRISTINA DE ALENCAR PIRES
  • IVANDRO PINTO DE MENEZES
  • LUCIO LUIZ CORRÊA DA SILVA
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • NATHAN MATOS MAGALHÃES
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 18-ago-2022
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  • The proposed research has as its theme to situate the editor's place in the comic book editing process in Brazil. Its goal is to identify this professional and how they are inserted in the production of a comic in different publishers, which I have preliminarily subdivided into two types: those that publish national comics and independent self-published. The editors' cut prevailed for those who work in Brazilian publishing houses. Objectively, I contextualized the history of comic book publishers in Brazil up to the year 2000 and did a survey of the existing ones in activity after that year. Through a cataloging, I located the current scene of the comics market; I discussed the profile of the main figures around the production of a book (author and editor) to understand the insertion of comics in this format. Lastly, I analyzed the profile of the editor and their role within the editorial processes. Analyzing the editing processes is, above all, knowing the role of the editor, who defines the direction of a publication. With this in mind, I chose national publishers that have great prominence in the market with productions of graphic novels. Sidney Gusman, from Mauricio de Sousa Produções; Daniel Lopes, Alexandre Callari, from Pipoca e Nanquim and Wagner Willian, from Texugo. About them, I analyzed the profiles of each one in the market and the performance in the editorial process of a comic book. The contextualization of the publishers' historical trajectory allowed us to point out the development of the comics market in Brazil, passing through those that contributed to the insertion of the niche in the country until the present day. The bibliographies that supported the study of comics in Brazil were from researchers such as Álvaro de Moya, Moacy Cirne, Sonia Luyten, Waldomiro Vergueiro, Paulo Ramos, Nobu Chinen, Antonio Cagnin, José Marques de Melo. To understand the discussion about the concept and language of comics, the authors researched were Barbara Postema, Will Eisner, Scott McCloud and Thierry Groensteen. Regarding the editing field, I sought to establish a dialogue with the ninth art through the discussions exposed by Ana Elisa Ribeiro, José Muniz Jr, Gérard Genette and Roger Chartier. The analysis of the interviews was a fundamental step to answer the central question: how the editor can define the performance of the publisher and its placement in the market, considering the choices they make throughout the project until the results that the publications launched have achieved. Finally, the theoretical reflection on editing and comics helped to understand the processes that involve a comic book publication in the book market. The analysis of the interviews pointed out the elements of the professional's performance and their role within the editorial process that contribute to outlining the publication and placement of the publisher in the book market.

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  • IONE APARECIDA NETO RODRIGUES
  • PEDAGOGICAL EVALUATION IN CONTEXTS MEDIATED BY DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • EDUARDO SANTOS JUNQUEIRA RODRIGUES
  • CARLA VIANA COSCARELLI
  • DOROTEA FRANK KERSCH
  • Data: 29-ago-2022
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  • The present study had as its central theme the assessment of learning developed in distance education regimes and that is carried out through people directly related to the teaching-learning process in environments mediated by technologies, allowing teacher and student to be in different physical environments. Assessment is conceived in its pedagogical dimension, encompassing all assessments, both formative and summative. The investigation aimed to understand the evaluative practices in distance education mediated by digital technologies, in a private institution in Minas Gerais. However, the data collected made it possible to propose practices and dynamics of pedagogical evaluation. The methodological option in addition to bibliographic research was Netnography, a qualitative research approach that adapts ethnographic research techniques to the study of cultures and communities emerging through computer-mediated communications. He dialogued with authors such as Fernandes (2006,2019,2020,2021), García Aretio (2014,2020,2021), Moreira (2019,2020,2021), Freire (1980, 1989,2000) among others. The empirical field for the investigation was the virtual learning environment, Moodle, used by a private Higher Education Institution, located in the Central region of Minas Gerais for undergraduate courses. Authorized by Ordinance No. 2,117, of December 6, 2019, the Institution started to offer distance learning courses between 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. The generation of data took place through the technique of participant observation, guided by a script structured in two dimensions categories: context of learning evaluation in VLE and evaluation practice of teachers/tutors: the first is related to data, information extracted directly from the VLE on the potential instruments and procedures for the practice of pedagogical assessment. The second refers to the data generated from the interaction with teachers/tutors through an electronic questionnaire. And the third concerns the reflective notes of the field experienced by the researcher on the evaluative practices that actually took place in the VLE during the research. The didactic material, produced by an outsourced company specialized in the production of content, technology and services for higher education, was also analyzed. It was proved that the regulations on evaluation must result from a deep and grounded reflection on the data, information and evidence generated by the different techniques, procedures and instruments of evaluation and that the teachers/tutors have a formative conception, but with a behaviorist nature, in line with the the teaching objectives of an instrumental technicist nature. It is concluded that the conceptions, interfaces, environments that allow to conceive and carry out the evaluation practices do not constitute an end in themselves. They are fundamental as a mediating action, in their instrumentality, to reach the object of the evaluation practice in each training path, having their potential for improving learning and enabling, respectively, the development of students. digital contexts as a contribution to support the actions of teachers/tutors in the authorial construction of evaluative dynamics, not only in higher education, but in all teaching modalities.

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  • LORENA POLIANA SILVA LOPES
  • Formative elements of a PLAc Educational Project: political, pedagogical dimensions and administrative

  • Líder : ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • EVA DOS REIS ARAÚJO BARBOSA
  • LILIANE DE OLIVEIRA NEVES
  • NATALIA MOREIRA TOSATTI
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • Data: 06-sep-2022
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  • This thesis has as its guiding theme the teaching of Portuguese as a Host Language - PLAc for the forced migrant community in Brazil. The general objective of the research was to investigate and understand how PLAc teaching has been planned and implemented in the Brazilian context and, specifically, in the context of the Federal District, and to elaborate a political and pedagogical guidebook for PLAc teaching in the Brazilian context. We selected, as an object of study, the Research Project: Education and Culture for indigenous, refugee and Haitian immigrants in the Federal District, institutionalized at the University of Brasília. For its development, we place our study in the qualitative approach and in Critical Applied Linguistics (Pennycook, 2008; Moita Lopes, 2008), as we conceive linguistics in an interdisciplinary, transgressive, critical perspective, concerned with social change. We adopted other theoretical concepts, found in the history of language teaching approaches and methodologies in Brazil (Cunha, 2007; Ramos, 2017, 2021; Almeida Filho, 2011, 2015), in the study of educational planning (Almeida Filho, 1997; Vasconcellos, 2015). 2007), in addition to studies on public policy planning (Calvet, 2007; Lima, 2019; Santos, 2016). Methodologically, we adopted analysis categories from Content Analysis (Bardin, 2016). The corpus of this study is composed of three moments: the first, called Scientific Productions of the Project: projections on planning and practice, was carried out from readings of scientific publications that have the project studied here as an object of research; the second, called Activity Reports: representations of planning and practice, was carried out from the analysis of the project activity reports; and the third, called Questionnaires applied to the participants and exparticipants of the project, carried out from the analysis of the questionnaires. After generating and analyzing the corpus, we found the main results: i) the teaching approaches compatible with the teaching of PLAc are the Host Language Approach, the Communicative Approach, the Sociointeractional Approach and the Critical Pedagogy; ii) the political dimension indicates an alignment with the promotion of an inclusive public policy, which aims at the insertion and integration of the forced migrant community in the local society; the pedagogical dimension indicates the adoption of teaching methodologies committed to interculturality, interdisciplinarity, flexibility and collaborative learning, with the teacher being an interlocutor, inserted in a context of constant dialogue and active listening; the community and administrative dimension indicates a teaching management that prioritizes collaborative work and democratic management; and iii) the identified Framework reinforces the project's commitment to the Host Language approach, and all analyzes demonstrated that project participants and ex-participants are aware of this commitment. This work intends, in short, to contribute to the processes of elaboration of the PLAc teaching planning in the Brazilian context through the Political and Pedagogical Guidance Notebook for the teaching of PLAc in the Brazilian context, made available in this thesis.

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  • MARIO VINICIUS RIBEIRO GONCALVES
  • PUBLISHING OF AVANT-GARDE LITERARY PERIODICALS IN MINAS GERAIS

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • JÚLIO CÉSAR CASTAÑON GUIMARÃES
  • KAIO CARVALHO CARMONA
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • Data: 16-sep-2022
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  • The theme of this work is the publishing of avant-garde literary periodicals in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Panoramically, the adopted time frame comprises the period from the 1920s – when the activation of the “avant-garde function” within the Brazilian modernity project can be finally considered – until the early 1990s – when some of the very agents of avant-garde in Minas Gerais and Brazil carried out an assessment of the activities they undertook throughout the 20th century. As for the analyses of individual periodicals, on the other hand, the late 1970s were chosen as a limit. By inquiring about the specificity of the contribution of Minas Gerais regarding the publishing of avant-garde literary periodicals along the adopted time frame, we aimed at devising an extensive mapping of these publications, as well as qualitatively assessing the poetic and editorial ethos of the contemplated periodicals through the degree of experimentation and rupture they present in relation to the conventions underlying their respective constituent elements, both material and discursive. Throughout the process, we sought to establish refunctionalizing criteria that may allow us to evaluate – diachronically and synchronically – the contribution of the analyzed periodicals regarding the poetic and editorial repertoire inside and outside Minas Gerais. Methodologically, this study is essentially qualitative, with emphasis on documentary research. A fundamental part of the research took place from the consultation of primary sources – periodicals, books and “other topographies” which belong to the theme under consideration – available in different libraries and collections, either public or private. At the same time, it was necessary to confront the documentary survey with all the bibliographical research – that is, the consultation of secondary sources – directly or indirectly related to the theme. Having established a corpus of publications belonging to our theme and time frame, we carried out individual analyses of strategically selected periodicals – either by virtue of their historical importance and/or the singularity of their editorial and publishing proposal – in order to elucidate our research problem. These analyses made use of the critical association of the discussed theoretical foundations with the specific technical aspects regarding the editorial and publishing activities. Subsequently, we mutually associated the analyses of individual periodicals, performing a cross-referenced interpretation of the various editorial and publishing aspects under scrutiny, in order to delineate, with greater precision, the specificity of the studied periodicals when considered both collectively and individually. By dialectically connecting, in the context of Publishing Studies, Pierre Bourdieu’s “science of works of art” with the theory of some of the most radical agents of Brazilian literary avant-garde, such as Moacy Cirne, Álvaro de Sá and Neide Dias de Sá, critically and transversally complemented by a body of works which belong to different disciplines, such as History, Semiology, Information Theory, Communication and Typography, we sought to establish a methodology that is both solid and dynamic, offering a new point of reference for future reflections and research, in addition to contributing to the historical review of an important moment in our recent memory, put in perspective from a renewed and prospective functional organization.

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  • ANDREIA SHIRLEY TACIANA DE OLIVEIRA
  • THE CONCEPT OF REREADING IN THE POETIC WORK OF ÁLVARO ANDRADE GARCIA

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • REJANE CRISTINA ROCHA
  • MIGUEL RETTENMAIER DA SILVA
  • Data: 23-sep-2022
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  • Currently, the book has become just one of the supports of literary art, one of its possible horizons, as shown by Hayles (2009). The notion of book expanded and, from the old cultural guerrilla with massive media such as television, digital culture promoted a more effective adhesion of screens as supports for writing and reading. Based on these practices, it can be said that, not very peacefully, literature has admitted the transit between the verbal and the non-verbal, just as in the context of digital poetics, animation and sound are incorporated into the creative language. In this thesis, considering the printed and digital works of Álvaro Andrade Garcia, it is intended to discuss the impact of these technological writings on the reading processes, as well as to understand how the rereading work has become a creative strategy for the author. To develop it, we carried out a study on the reconfigurations of books and reading in the context of the transformations in communication technologies driven by the digital. When reflecting on the author's poetic production, we seek to analyze the relationship between his printed and digital works, through which we realize that rereading is one of the strategies for composing his digital versions. In this sense, there is an important dialogue about the creation processes, as the text destined for the printed book is appropriated and recombined in new textual textures, constituting a form of permanent rereading and rewriting of the work itself. Rereading is, therefore, also a way of translating the media's impositions, expressing the critical and aesthetic awareness of the poem's languages. Reading, in this technological context, means more than translating the perceptions of the world that the literary text offers us. It also means apprehending the languages of this sign writing established by the digital, through which the reader or interactor intuits the world provided by the poet. It is a reading against the grain of languages and enjoying the flow of languages. This perception is evident throughout this study, in which issues relating to the structure and authorship of the text and the use of the Managana software in the remediation processes of their books from print to digital were also analyzed. In addition to reading Álvaro Andrade Garcia's own texts, we discuss the issues of books and reading with the support of theoretical references by Michel Melot (2012), Roger Chartier (1996, 1999, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010), Umberto Eco (1994, 1996, 2005, 2008), Robert Scholes (1989), as well as, for outlining the digital and the semiotic implications of reading, texts by Pedro Barbosa (1996, 2012), Lucia Santaella (2001), Alckmar Luiz dos Santos (2003), Rui Torres (2004), Marjorie Perloff (2013), Katherine Hayles (2009), Henry Jenkis (2013) and Bolter and Grusin (2000). The thesis has the central objective of discussing the reading/rereading process from the processes observed in Garcia's own work, however, it is possible to contribute with this analysis to a reflection on digital reading, as well as to the problematization of the book in this context.

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  • LUDMILA AMENO RIBEIRO MARTINS SANTIAGO
  • Identity mobilization of undergraduate students belonging to the LGBTQIA+ universe in a learning context

  • Líder : MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • LUIZ GONZAGA MORANDO QUEIROZ
  • MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
  • SILVANA LUCIA TEIXEIRA DE AVELAR
  • SÉRGIO RAIMUNDO ELIAS DA SILVA
  • Data: 26-sep-2022
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  • The present work is an experiential narrative research with a qualitative approach and exploratory orientation carried out in the methodological format of a multicase study.  It sought to investigate how students of an undergraduate course of Arts in Letters who identify themselves with the LGBTIQ+ universe (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and nonheteronormative community), mobilize, negotiate, construct and live their identities in that context. The theoretical framework of this research was composed by the identity concept from Norton and Toohey (2011), from Queer Theory, stereotypes’ concept from Lippmann (2010), bullying as defined by Warwick, Chase e Aggleton (2004) and homofobia as proposed by Borrillo (2010). Data generation was done through audio recordings of three semi-structured interviews and a narrative with three participants, provided over ten months. From the transcript of the first interview, excerpts that reveal the participants' opinions about their gender identity and sexual orientation were extracted. These excerpts were then incorporated into the analysis chapter and discussed in the light of the theorization embraced. The same treatment was given to the second interview to present and discuss the mobilization, negotiation and identity construction of the participants in the context of the undergraduate course of Letters at CEFET-MG. From the transcript of the third interview, the students' reports regarding the didactic material used and the speech of the teachers of the disciplines: Workshops on Reading and Text Production in Foreign Languages I, II, III and IV, taught in the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th course periods respectively. Finally, from the oral narrative, all experiences of violence suffered by the participants were identified, quantified and discussed. As a result, we found that participants perceive gender as a social construct, determined based on biological sex. They feel that sexuality and gender are taboo subjects in our society. They see religions as instances that compete to perpetuate the hegemonic heteronormative pattern and, therefore, make it difficult or prevent people from mobilizing their gender identities and sexualities. We also found that the participants experienced prejudice, bullying and stereotyping in the school context and outside it. The violence suffered left sequelae such as depression, fear of dealing with strangers, discomfort, insecurity and sadness. We found that the school, in general, has an important role in fighting against gender violence and in promoting social justice.

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  • JEFFERSON DOMINGOS DE ASSUNÇÃO
  • FOR AN IMPURE CINEMA: AUTONOMOUS EXISTENCE, CREATION, WRITING WITH THE CAMERA, 
    VIOLENCE AND THE TRAGIC IN THE GRAPES OF WRATH and WHERE THE WEAK HAVE NO TIME A
  • Líder : WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LÚCIA MENEZES DE ANDRADE
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • SABRINA SEDLMAYER PINTO
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • Data: 27-sep-2022
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  • This thesis aims to study the creative adaptation of the films The grapes of wrath (1940), by John Ford, Hour of the star (1985), by Suzana Amaral, and No country for old men (2007), by Ethan and Joel Coen, respectively based on the texts The grapes of wrath (1939), by John Steinbeck, The hour of the star (1977), by Clarice Lispector, and No country for old men (2005), by Cormac McCarthy. This will be through the bias of concepts such as “impure cinema”, by André Bazin, and “creation”, by Gilles Deleuze, as well as other concepts worked by the philosopher Friedrich Nietsche, by Deleuze in his partnership with Félix Guattari, by Roland Barthes and Umberto Eco. The intention will be to think about these cinematographic works through a look that observes the films as creations that are supported by the literary material in which they were inspired, but that become independent within another art, in this case the cinema, and gain other layers of meanings in their allegorical meanings when they think, violating the thought of their spectator, the violent world of capital.

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  • CAROLINE CAVALCANTE DO NASCIMENTO
  • BODYPOETH IN SCENE: poetry and dance on the spectacle Cão Sem Plumas

  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IZABEL CRISTINA SILVA DINIZ
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARCELO VICTOR DA ROSA
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • Data: 10-oct-2022
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  • This thesis is a proposal to study the contemporary dance show Cão sem plumas, by Debórah Colker (RJ). The choice was due to the fact that this show was conceived based on the poem also entitled Cão sem Plumas (1950), by João Cabral de Melo Neto. The aim of this study is to investigate the particularities of the body that dances from a literary work, more specifically, from poetry. The research is permeated by the notion, which I call bodypoethic, which will be taken as a way of accessing the analysis of the artistic processes involved in the elaboration of this creation in dance, which was based on a poem. The intracultural relations involved in this process of artistic transposition are also examined. This research is justified by its theoretical relevance, since it is part of the field os research linked to studies that deal with the literary text dan dance in Brazil. The hypothesis is supported that the body that dances from a literary text (given the metaphorical and meaningful possibilities that poetry offers) is a body that opens paths to be thought from a more specific theoretical approach than the idea of resignification or transposition of movements to the stage. It is from this idea that I propose the notion of bodytext, as it is interesting to know how the body produces metaphors from poetry, which in its essence is also a metaphorical process of linguistic creations. Knowing about this process, the intention is to answer: what would characterize the bodypoethic?

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  • POLLYANNA DE MATTOS MOURA VECCHIO
  • THE RIGHT TO PUBLISH: self-publishing, fast-publishing and digital technologies in the Brazilian publishing market

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • CARLOS FREDERICO DE BRITO D''ANDREA
  • ANA CLÁUDIA MUNARI DOMINGOS
  • JENNY TERESITA GUERRA GONZÁLEZ
  • Data: 29-nov-2022
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  • This research investigates self-publishing and the advent of digital technologies in the Brazilian
    publishing market, focusing on self-published authors and their discursive projection of
    themselves. Self-publishing is the act of authors publishing their book or other editorial product
    independently, in response to their own demand, with or without the assistance of a professional
    publisher or self-publishing platform, and with no financial risk to the hired company
    (ARAÚJO, 2011; 2013; MÜLLER, 2017; JESUS, BLOTTA, 2018; JESUS, 2017; 2020;
    VECCHIO, 2020a; 2020b). Since the publishing market is permeated by sociocultural
    imaginaries that reinforce the stereotype of self-published authors as a less valuable
    professional because their publications have not gone through the endorsement of a
    conventional publisher/editor, we understand that this is a professional who has been made
    invisible. Thus, this research uses the French Discourse Analysis to investigate a set of
    interviews made with authors of fiction and poetry self-published in platforms available in
    Brazil. As a methodology, it was proposed the integration of qualitative and quantitative
    methods of data collection and analysis through a triangulation of research techniques, namely:
    a) document analysis; b) semi-structured questionnaire; c) in-depth interviews. In the document
    analysis, we consider as corpus the contracts of digital self-publishing platforms with selfpublished authors. The interviews were carried out in two phases: PHASE 1 – an online semistructured questionnaire applied to a sample of authors within the desired profile to map the
    category in Brazil; and PHASE 2 – a limited number of in-depth interviews, collected and
    analyzed with techniques from the theory of narratives of the self (ARFUCH, 2010;
    BERTAUX, 2006) in order to observe the interviewees' self-projection and the way in which
    the socio-discursive imaginaries from the publishing market and platforms are manifested in
    their speeches. The research is supported by contemporary theories of Publishing, Philosophy
    of Technology, and studies on Platform Capitalism (SRNICEK, 2016). The analysis of the
    contracts revealed that there are indices of precarious work in the relationship between
    platforms and authors, reflecting platformization of work and cultural production. Regarding
    the authors, the interviewees’ self-projections reveals, among others, the following profiles: a)
    authors who have no experience in the publishing market and fit the clientelist profile described
    by Müller (2017), b) authors who submit themselves to the algorithmic logics of platforms and
    produce contingent cultural commodity (POELL, NIEBORG, 2018); and c) authors who
    demonstrate a critical view of themselves, their function as an independent author, the role
    played by the platform within the publishing market and who appropriate technology in their
    favor in order to achieve a human achievement which here we argue is fundamental for many
    men and women across the world and throughout history: the right to publish. As a result of the
    research, in order to contribute to a better understanding of digital self-publishing in Brazil and
    its consequences for the future of the publishing field, we propose and complement three
    conceptions: 1) Fast-publishing, the model in which platform capitalism manifests in the
    publishing market and literature; 2) Platform Collectivism, a side effect not foreseen by the
    current phase of technology development and which is based on its appropriation and possible
    subversion by its users; and 3) the Author-editor, the current profile of a professional who
    becomes an editor in practice due to his/her role as a self-published author.

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  • JULIANA ANDRADE DE LACERDA
  • NINFA'S SURVIVAL IN THE NETWORKING ERA (in the context of Culture and Modern and Contemporary Art)

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • PABLO ALEXANDRE GOBIRA DE SOUZA-RICARDO
  • DANIELA QUEIROZ CAMPOS
  • ADOLFO ENRIQUE CIFUENTES
  • Data: 29-nov-2022
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  • Based on the theory of the survival of images, proposed by historian and philosopher Aby Warburg (1866–1929), this thesis explores some forms, formulas and image condensations  that reappear throughout the history of art. In line with the non-linear, rhizomatic and transdisciplinar nature of Warburg’s research methodology, updated by Georges Didi-Huberman,these images reaper and become evident in various production strategies of modern and contemporary art, as well as in the virtual environments. In this way, we propose to use the same random and combinatorial forms used on the internet, in permanent dialogue with classic and modern images, as well as in other cultural contexts, in order to discuss a variety of representations of the feminine, contextualized in the works of Brazilian artists Berna Reale and Rosana Paulino. Thus, this research intends not just simply to add one more panel to Warburg’s famous Atlas Mnemosyne, or one more nymph to the erudite Didihubermanian pantheon, but to continue exploring and expanding the methodological potentialities linked to

    the concept of the survival of images. From there, we explore the relationship between art and photography (technique widely used by Warburg in the elaboration of his panels), as photography continues to be a central ally of various forms of art creation strategies and of image circulation on the context of the Internet and of visual contemporary culture.

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  • THAYANE MORAIS SILVA DE ALMEIDA
  • The aberrant movements in the stories of Guimarães Rosa

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELAINE AMELIA MARTINS
  • GUILHERME ZUBARAN DE AZEVEDO
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • JOSUE BORGES DE ARAUJO GODINHO
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • Data: 12-dic-2022
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  • The recent current of socio-internationalist thought revokes the teaching of Languages, Codes and their technologies as a real issue, and not ideal. Subjects who learn then come to be seen as social and cultural beings, in constant interaction with digital information technologies. Post-modern theories, such as the philosophy of Deleuze and Guattari, with the deconstructive bias, corroborate precisely the role of an interdisciplinary, social, cultural and interactionist education –because they move away from an idealistic posture of teaching and learning, a posture that has no more place in a context plotted by globalization and information technology – an event that increasingly dissolves geographical and even social barriers. This is how the philosophy of Deleuze and Guattari has brought a necessary and unavoidable reflection to education, teaching and languages. The new teaching reality that is imposed brings with it the need to rethink the way we analyze the language and its artistic-cultural manifestations, increasingly far from being accommodated in solid molds of curricular contents. If it was possible to materialize this reading in a doctoral thesis, it is because the accommodation of literary texts in lines of time and literary schools are pedagogical errors that reduce the power of literary texts and reduce to a minimum the collaboration of literature with reflection on the use of language. language – something that should be paramount in teaching literature. If Rosa's literature combines so well with Philosophy, ever since researchers proposed to establish relationships between Rosa's writing and metaphysics, it is now necessary to continue the scientism that these contributions generated, updating such relationships according to more pedagogical proposals. innovative. It is believed that the work with the literary text should also promote multiliteracy and multimodality, since technology is impregnated in the discursive processes.In this thesis, we corroborate the immanent reading, always seeking to deconstruct and reconstruct the old metaphysical dichotomies that for a long time supported scientific research on the work of Guimarães Rosa. In addition, we focus on the task of rethinking Rose's regionalism, seeking to weave a new collaboration for this theme. We also focused on the linguistic analysis of neologisms and syntactic inversions as forms of artistic-literary creation that account for the variationist approach in the context of literature. Finally, we enter the technology of cinema, highlighting the role of cinema as the Seventh Art that popularized literature through film adaptations. Cinema is a language that reproduces movements, sounds and images. Film adaptation materializes literary criticism. It is not the literary text, but the reading of the text mediated by cinematographic technology and the authors' dramatization; the language of cinema enhances the language of the literary text, corroborating multimodality and multiliteracy. In this sense, we recommend film adaptation as a complementary pedagogical instrument to the teaching of literature.

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  • MARCOS ROBERTO DO NASCIMENTO
  • DEGREES OF INDEPENDENCE/DEPENDENCE (GIDs): an instrument for analyzing the practices and strategies of Brazilian publishing houses

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA DEL CARMEM VILLARINO PARDO
  • ANA MARIA GALLEGO CUIÑAS
  • PAULO NASCIMENTO VERANO
  • MARÍLIA DE ARAÚJO BARCELLOS
  • Data: 12-dic-2022
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  • This study proposes the creation and validation of a quantitative data collection instrument on the practices and strategies of independent publishing houses which will allow measuring the degrees of independence/dependence (GIDs) of these publishers in relation to the hegemonic structures of the capitalist publishing market where the publishing chain is included. From the GIDs, it was possible to distinguish three profiles of independent publishing houses: closer to the center of the logic of the capitalist publishing market (GIDAalto); those that are between the center and the periphery of the market (GIDMedium) and; those that are more on the periphery of the capitalist publishing market (GIDBaixo) in view of their practices and strategies. That is, the GIDs make it possible to identify the profiles of publishers according to the positions occupied in the publishing market in relation to their center. The closer to the center the less independent, the closer to the periphery of the publishing market, the more independent. This result corroborates the hypothesis raised in the thesis that the GIDs would vary according to the practices and strategies of the publishers throughout each of the stages of the editorial chain. The main theoretical reference for the development of this model is Thompson (2013), in his book Merchants of Culture. This study relied on the use of multivariate statistical analysis techniques to validate the questionnaire and build the GIDs. There was also a review of the literature on the concept of independence. The study highlights that the tacit opposition between independent publishers and publishing corporations, in addition to the bibliodiversity defense discourse, are insufficient to define independent publishers, given the heterogeneity of their experiences and profiles. It was also highlighted that the independent production mode generates conditions of precariousness of work, not always perceived as such. The research opened up possibilities for new analyzes on the subject, raised new questions and now looks at questions already posed in another perspective. The proposed model needs to be improved in order to expand its ability to analyze the Brazilian editorial landscape and that of other countries in a comparative perspective. The concentration of the publishing market in Brazil responds to the historical dynamics of the process of concentrations that resulted from the restructuring of global neoliberal capitalism. However, Brazilian society presents other processes of “concentration” that are reproduced in the publishing market. For example, those related to the hegemony of the Rio-São Paulo axis, and historically structured social, regional and economic inequalities, expressed in the location of publishers and the sociodemographic profiles of their owners. Occupying a greater share of the market, leaving the periphery, being recognized, having more books circulating, winning awards, even if the goal is not the center, because it is already occupied by the transnational giants, seems to be the objective of many publishing houses that are at the periphery or gravitate towards the center. The rupture with the concentrative logic of the capitalist market requires creativity and indignation, organization and passion, collectivities and hope, utopias and independence. If, on the one hand, it is possible to speak of links between publishing and literature (symbolic), and, on the other hand, to speak of links between publishing and the (economic) market, it would be possible to create other links, other strategies, other practices, another history.

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  • LUIZ EDUARDO RODRIGUES DE ALMEIDA SOUZA
  • THE PERIPHERAL LITERATURE OF THE COLETIVOZ SARAU DE PERIFERIA and THE SLAM CLUBE DA LUTA IN BELO HORIZONTE: an analysis of the formation of readers and writers through poetic performances as literary literacies of reexistence

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FABRÍCIO VALENTIM DA SILVA
  • ANA CAROLINA MARTINS DA SILVA
  • FLAVIANE FARIA CARVALHO
  • GUILHERME TRIELLI RIBEIRO
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • PATRICIA RODARTE SILVA GOMES COELHO
  • SANDRA DE FATIMA PEREIRA TOSTA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 14-dic-2022
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  • This research has as its theme the role of Marginal-Peripheral-Contemporary Literature of the Saraus and Slams of Belo Horizonte in the formation of young readers and writers through poetic performances, which can be understood as practices of Literary Literacy of Reexistence. The Marginal-Peripheral Literature Movement of the Saraus e Slams de São Paulo expands in the 2000s to other urban centers in Brazil. Coletivoz Sarau de Periferia (2008) and Poetry Slam Clube da Luta (2014) are the precursors of these contemporary literatures from the periphery of Belo Horizonte and the scene of Minas Gerais. For 13 years, Sarau Coletivoz, Slam Clube da Luta and other soiree/slam collectives have mobilized a significant audience of young people and adults for their events, actions and poetic performances in non-institutionalized spaces on the street: bars, squares, corners, subway stations. This literary-cultural phenomenon, which circulates mainly through oral performance, contradicts the statistical scenario of low performance of young people's reading and writing practices in national and international exams, since it has conquered, in the urban environment, many young readers and writers. Faced with this reality, there was a need to understand the relationship between orality and writing in contemporary poetic practices, which led this research to formulate the general objective of investigating the Marginal-Peripheral-Contemporary Literature of the Saraus and Slams of Belo Horizonte in the formation of young readers and writers through poetic performances, practices and unschooled actions of Literary Literacy of Reexistence. Therefore, methodologically, an approach inspired by ethnography was developed, associated with the intersemiotic analysis of poetic performances, of Peripheral Literature in two interpretivist communities, one in the periphery and another in the center of the city. The theoretical framework runs through, and is influenced by, the concepts/categories of Literary Literacy of Reexistence/Reader Training (SOUZA, 2011; ROJO, 2009; PAULINO, 2004; COSSON, 2016); the Marginal-Peripheral Literature of Saraus/Slams (WALTY, 2014; OLIVEIRA JR., 2016; TENNINA, 2017; COELHO, 2017); Literary System/Field (CANDIDO, 2000; BOURDIEU, 1996), Contemporary Brazilian Literature (SCHOLLHAMMER, 2009; DALCASTAGNÈ, 2012; ROCHA, 2015; RESENDE, 2017); Ethnography and Urban Anthropology (GEERTZ, 2008; MAGNANI, 2007), of Poetic Performance and Oraliture (ZUMTHOR, 2014; MARTINS, 2021). The results identify that the Movement of Peripheral Literature of Saraus and Slams can be configured as an Agency of Literary Multiliteracies and its poet-performers as Agents of Literacy of Reexistence, forming many young and adult readers and writers in non-school spaces and also, transiting through institutional spaces of the education and culture systems.

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  • LETÍCIA SANTANA GOMES
  • INDEPENDENT-WOMEN-EDITORS AND EDITINGS OF THE SELF

  • Líder : GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • ALICE BICALHO DE OLIVEIRA
  • JÚLIA LOURENÇO COSTA
  • DANIELA SZPILBARG
  • Data: 20-dic-2022
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  • In this thesis, we adopt a discursive perspective in the analysis of i) semi-structured interviews with three independent-women-editors: Constanza Brunet (Argentina), Isabelle Pivert (France) and Ivana Jinkings (Brazil) and ii) three editorial catalogs of the publishing houses Marea Editorial (Argentina), Éditions du Sextant (France) and Boitempo Editorial (Brazil). The unfolding of this thesis comes from the following question: what do these independent-women-editors project about themselves, in the private/public sense, through their sayings and their editorial catalog? We believe, a priori, that catalogs are one of the facets, an “editing of the self”, through an institutional ethos, of “extimacy” (self-validation), of what independent-women-editors edit about themselves through their life narratives, their biographemes. The objective of this thesis is to identify, through semi-structured interviews and the editorial catalog, how this “editing of the self” appears in a discursive and editorial perspective. Discursive, considering the enunciative marks of biographemes, heterogeneity, subjectivity, ethos, “extimacy” and discursive memory. Editorial, by analyzing their catalogues. In this way, we relate semi-structured interviews and editorial catalogs to this “editing of the self”. In the movement of choice and justification for the corpus of this research, permeated by the parameter of interculturality, we established the criterion of being “independent-women-editors”, creators of their own publishing houses and with a progressive political theme in their endeavors. Our corpora were built from attempts to no longer make these women invisible in the editorial scenario and to focus even more on what they can say from a discursive and editorial perspective. Further, we used semi-structured interviews as a decolonial gesture, mainly to rethink other demands in a discursive perspective, with a view to encompassing its multiple subjects and rethinking contemporary urgencies. We believe that the syntagma “editing of the self” accompanies this incompleteness in various discursive and, above all, editorial senses, since there is no finished catalog, but attempts to have a path and books to be made, of constant and unfinished editions – both of the self and the publishing house. In this “personification” among projections, this “editing of the self” is an “umbrella” concept to anchor a process that shows an incompleteness of the being and of the institution. Describing and analyzing the catalog as a discursive narrative is one of the ways of narrating about this “editing of the self” as a place for make signification and evaluation of the self. Despite the contradictions, ambiguities, ambivalences, and dichotomies belonging to the editorial field, “editing” is a tool of resistance, “editing the self”, “editing the world” are powers to re-exist. Editing books, mainly in an independent decolonial perspective, as a place to reach, means enabling the extension of memory, imagination, means proposing bibliodiversity to a society.

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  • ALINE MARA DE ALMEIDA ROCHA
  • THE DISCURSIVE REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN SONGS WRITTEN BY FEMALES: a semiolinguistic analysis of socio-discursive imaginaries (1970-2020)

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • THIAGO CAZARIM DA SILVA
  • MARIANA RAMALHO PROCÓPIO XAVIER
  • MÁRCIA FONSECA AMORIM
  • Data: 22-dic-2022
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  • The purpose of this paper is to understand how socio-discursive imaginaries are constructed in songs written by women, considering mainly the ways of organizing discourse, present in Patrick Charaudeau's semiolinguistic theory. The relevance of this theme is consequential to the limitations imposed on women's participation as composers by the phonographic industry. In addition to being silenced and erased from historiography until the 1940s, women are almost always associated with lyrical-loving productions, which makes it seem that their interests are restricted to this area. In order to understand the production conditions of this discursive set, we resorted to the contributions of feminist analysis, supported by the studies of Del Priore (2021), Saffioti, as well as the studies of Stuart Hall (2016) on representation, discourse and identity. Other references in the reviewal of Brazilian music, especially on the condition of women in the musical context, complete the essential list for understanding music as a sociocultural phenomenon, as are the cases of Santa Cruz (1992), Murgel (2017), Pillar, among others. To choose the composers, it was used the criteria contained in the MPB Mulher catalog (2006): a) originality and aesthetic quality; b) size and extent of production; c) permanence in the market; d) historical relevance. Due to the limitation of the period covered by the catalogue, with a single edition published in 2006, the criterion of nomination or award at the Latin Grammy was added for composers presented after that period. For analysis, songs produced between the 1970s and 2020s were selected, which deal with themes related to the body, love, human and socioeconomic relationships and are written only by the female enunciators. Thus, it was observed that even in compositions with lyrical-loving themes, linguistic-discursive strategies in the re-elaboration of social imaginaries are noticeable, which can raise those themes to a political level of discussion, in which women can be the subject of their claims and subjectivities.

2021
Disertaciones
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  • MING WEI NG
  • ORAL PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE:a study about senior vocational A1 students (CEFR). 

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GASPERIM RAMALHO DE SOUZA
  • Maria Catarina Paiva Repolês
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 08-feb-2021
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  • The purpose of this study is to verify the impact of interactional factors in the process of developing the communicative competence of students of the foreign language, English, at the intermediate level. This is justified by the fact that a considerable number of students finish high school without significant advances in relation to their initial levels of linguistic proficiency. Thus, the main objective of this work is to analyze the learning experiences of students classified as beginners in order to investigate which factors are responsible for the evolution of successful students, as well as what factors are responsible for the non-evolution of those who have not been so successful . The learning strategies used by them will also be analyzed because it is possible to incorporate foreign languages into the design and curriculum of learning. Through narratives, questionnaires and interviews, the students' experiences can be retrieved and analyzed in order to show which and how the learning strategies were used by the learners.

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  • ALINE CRISTINA ARAÚJO DE AGUIAR
  • RESISTIR E REEXISTIR: análise discursiva de narrativas de vida sobre transição capilar

  • Líder : CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MAIRA GUIMARÃES
  • Data: 29-mar-2021
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  • This research tried to understand some faces of a growing movement in Brasil and abroad, especially among black women: acceptance their crimped or curly hair. For that, we needed to think over possible imaginary sociodiscursive built over the aforementioned types of hair. Our aim was to comprehend the historical, sociological and cultural reasons which, throughout many years, made black women deny their hairstyle and smooth it using chemical products and on the other hand what took them to assume a natural perspective. We also want to highlight the linguistic, discursive and rhetorical elements that shows why they did accept some African characteristics, among them, their curly hair. The corpus of this thesis is made of eight e-mails written by women who have been or were through the process of hair transitioning. These are stories sent to a blog during a cultural contest promoted by a beauty parlor. The contest was looking for the most impactful stories that would win a haircut, a hair treatment, a makeup production and a professional photo. Through their testimonials, we researched the senses produced by these women and how they help (re)building their identity. This analysis has been done considering: i) understand how the brazilian beauty patterns were built, besides thinking over racism and feminism using concepts from Nilma Lino Gomes (2008), Djamila Ribeiro (2018), Grada Kilomba (2019), Amanda Braga (2015), Joyce Berth (2019), Márcia Tiburi (2018), bell hooks (2019), Carla Cristina Garcia (2015), Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (2015), Vilma Piedade (2017), Schuma Schumaher e Érico Vital Brazil (2013), Silvio Almeida (2018), Rafael Guerreiro Osorio (2003), Kabengele Munanga (2003), Frantz Fanon (2008), among others. ii) we dwelled over the corpus from references that came from text and speech studies, mainly, using the concepts of life narrative and other that came from authors such as Patrick Charaudeau (2007), Dominique Maingueneau (2011) and Ruth Amossy (2005), Ida Lúcia Machado (2016), Leonor Arfuch (2010), Émile Benveniste (1991) and Stuart Hall (2006). Overall the analysis showed that the process of smoothing these women´s hair, that were traditionally curly or crimped, was a natural condition imposed to black women so that they could feel part of a society in which the beauty pattern is guided by eurocentric characteristics. We also noticed that the capillary transition, far from being an easy process, configures itself as a political movement of rebuilding their identity and self-affirmation.

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  • CHARLES ANDRÉ DA SILVA
  • ENSINO DE PRODUÇÃO ESCRITA PELOS PROFESSORES DE INGLÊS DA REDE PÚBLICA DE BELO HORIZONTE, CONSIDERANDO O MATERIAL DIDÁTICO

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • Maria Catarina Paiva Repolês
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 28-abr-2021
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  • The aim of this study is to understand the teaching of writing in English as L2 among English teachers of the public school system in Belo Horizonte (BH) – MG/Brazil, taking into consideration the material used by them to promote the teaching of writing. Understanding the teacher’s view of their work as well as the material to teach can contribute to the teaching of writing, fulfilling the studies in the field, and showing how important is to develop this skill. Therefore, the investigation of the teaching of writing in English as L2 in public schools of BH, taking into consideration the materials, is the major objective of this master’s thesis. A questionnaire and an interview were the instruments to collect the data. Twenty-tree participants answered the questionnaires and two out of them answered the interview. The analysis considered the theories on the teaching of writing and was alsobased on both the Appraisal System (MARTIN and WHITE, 2005) and Ideation System (MARTIN & ROSE, 2007), which are based on Systemic-Functional Linguistics. Academic studies on teaching materials were taken into account as well. The analysis follows the specific objectives: 1) to identify the view of teaching of writing, 2) to verify If they use eitherthe writing activities from the English textbook provided by the National Textbook Program (PNLD) or writing activities created by them, 3) to identify why the teachers use one of the writing activities and how they evaluate them, 4) to describe both the writing activities from English Textbook and the writing activities they create. The findings show that it is not possible to know exactly which theory on the teaching of writing all teachers use because only two took part in the interview and gave more details of their teaching methods (activities). Besides, the majority of the teachers use both – English textbook and the teaching material they create – to teach writing.The teachers often adapt the English textbook according to their realities. This adaptation is necessary because most of them appreciate negatively the writing activities from textbook considering them as complex and long for the direct use with their students. On the other hand, the writing activities they produce are positively appreciated as simple, shorter and adequate for their students to produce their writing activities, the teachers not only use the internet as major source, but also printed materials as minor source. Finally, this research reveals that the textbook is an important teaching tool to the teacher, and the teaching materials they produce without recognizable visibility show their agency in the teaching of writing English as L2. It is hoped that this study may help in the understanding of teaching this skill among the teachers of the public school system of BH and give visibility on the teacher’s agency. The teaching of writing is possible because they either prepare adequate teaching materials for their students or adapt the writing activities from the textbook.

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  • LUAN DOS SANTOS SILVA
  • DESPALAVRAS DO INÚTIL: Poesia e imagem em Manoel de Barros

  • Líder : LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO FONSECA ANDRADE
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • Data: 29-abr-2021
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  • Starting from the interpretation of Manoel de Barros' poetic production, this work seeks to read the silence, the images, and the useless in the work of this poet. For this, we will start from an approximation of such elements as a line of force to read his poems. Thus, having this objective as a driver of work, we will seek to analyze how the elements mentioned are present in the work of Manoel de Barros. In order to make it possible to better contemplate them, several fragments of the work of the aforementioned poet were selected, which are highlighted throughout the work. We wil resort, in particular, to the philosophers Maurice Blanchot and Roland Barthes to think about silence and some concepts that approach here as nothingness, emptiness, absence, and neutrality. Later, we will establish a dialogue between the philosopher Didi-Huberman and the poet Manoel de Barros to reflect on a reassembled, transitory image and that of the trapeze poet. Still using mainly Didi-Huberman, but in every text making the movement to invite other thinkers, we will verify the presence of the useless in the work of Manoel de Barros. Therefore, starting from articulation between silence, image, and uselessness, we will approach the literary project of the poet from Mato Grosso.

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  • MARLON FABIAN SOARES MACHADO
  •  

    OS CORPOS (IM)POSSÍVEIS DE TATSUMI HIJIKATA

     

    Reflexões sobre a dança Ankoku Butō e as insurgências da carne


  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • CARLA ANDRÉA SILVA LIMA
  • ÉDEN SILVA PERETTA
  • Data: 30-abr-2021
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  • Esta disertación analiza la coreografía del bailarín japonés Tatsumi Hijikata realizada en el cortometraje Navel and A-Bomb, El ombligo y la Bomba Atómica, de 1960, del director Eikō Hosoe con luz en los aspectos de la manifestación del cuerpo en sus dimensiones plásticas en la construcción de un lenguaje para la danza Ankoku Butō, Danza de la Oscuridad. La coreografía pone a Hijikata en el papel de un demonio que emerge del mar para robarle el ombligo a un niño. Este cortometraje muestra el cuerpo vinculado al bombardeo de Hiroshima y Nagasaki y la destrucción total de Japón, pero también anuncia el "nacimiento" de una nueva identidad japonesa in el reguero de la catástrofe atómica, la posterior derrota y ocupación de Japón. Gestión física y filosófica que rodean el imaginario de Hijikata le permiten, de esta manera, crear una composición corporal basada en la relación entre el vacío del cuerpo, su memoria y su carne. Sería la ruta para encontrar su matriz poética que posibilitaría, mediante de un estado corporal, la manifestación de cualidades necesarias para la ejecución de su estética, que colocó al cuerpo en una tensión entre la vida y la muerte, revelando fragmentos estremecidos de una dimensión social y cultural que quedaron en la imaginación de los sobrevivientes de los ataques nucleares. La comprensión del cuerpo establecida a partir del proceso creativo de Hijikata subsidiará el reflejo del cuerpo poiético, que será tratado, en base a su uso estético en la danza Butō. De esta manera, el cuerpo involucrado en pensar en su posibilidad de reconstruirse mediante su carácter plastico, despierta también su capacidad de promover acciones en el tránsito entre las artes. Estos son los puntos que conducen nuestro análisis y el cerco a las (im)posibilidades que Hijikata instala en el cuerpo en Butō y, en vista de ello, permite el surgimiento de una corporeidad marcada por su devenir.

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  • WILLIAM FERREIRA MATOS
  • Scientific divulgation in the magazine Ciência Popular: themes related to the supernatural

  • Líder : JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • BERNARDO JEFFERSON DE OLIVEIRA
  • JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN JUNIOR
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • Data: 23-jun-2021
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  • This documentary work’s goal is to analyze the magazine Ciência Popular as a scientific divulgation speech, which has as case study the approach of supernatural themes. This brazilian periodic was published in the post Second World War period, between 1948 and 1960. The research counts with Ciência Popular’s collections available at Historical Library of the State Public Library of Minas Gerais and Faculty of Education of the Federal University of Minas Gerais, in Belo Horizonte, MG. This dissertation's first step is the study of scientific divulgation's concept and the action field's contextualization in the post War’s period. Furthermore, the general features of Popular Science are studied, and also the connection between graphic aspects and how they convey the editorial speech, seeing that visual elements are not considered isolated towards the speech. To delineate the period, the release editorial (n. 1, Oct. 1948) will be discursively analyze according to Eni Orlandi's theory (2013), in order to understand the magazine as a scientific divulgation object, in accordance with the proposition exposed by general-director Ary Maurell Lobo. Later, by the concepts related to “communication situation” and the organization ways of “enunciative” and “argumentative” speechs, presented by Patrick Charaudeau (2010), aims to study the producted effects about supernatural approach by speech analysis, through texts sellection of Popular Science's magazine.

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  • LEONARDO RIBEIRO MOTA
  • A LITERATURA INFANTIL DIGITAL E SEU POTENCIAL PARA A FORMAÇÃO DE LEITORES LITERÁRIOS

  • Líder : MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • GUILHERME TRIELLI RIBEIRO
  • Data: 29-jun-2021
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  • This research seeks to investigate characteristics of digital children's literature and its potential for the formation of critical readers. This new type of literary production, brought about by the introduction of mobile information and communication technologies, raises questions about their definition, about authorship, about multimodality among others. Being a literary form that does not present the role as its support, but mobile devices, generally used for purposes other than literary, thus providing a paradigm break, it is believed that it is important to analyze if there is, in this new mode of children's literature production, concern with the aesthetic character of the work over the utilitarian character. The corpus of analysis is composed of works that won first place in the digital children's category in the Jabuti Prize in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Regarding the methodology, analysis procedures will be sought for the multimodal or intermediate aspects of the works, for its narrative composition, for the relationship between illustration, animation, gameification and design, for the intrinsic and support dependent relationship that is inserted and seeking a reflection on a potential potential for the formation of critical literary readers. It is also sought to understand how this recent form of artistic/literary representation, which departs from the classical reception and mediation patterns of children's literature, that is, quite dependent on the school, can be important for the formation of critical literary readers. As a result of the research, it is expected to demonstrate the ability of digital children's literature texts to promote the development of multiple reading skills, as their different modes can be elements capable of motivating the child reader to seek literary texts, whether digital or not, thus contributing to his training as a reader of literature.

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  • RENATA DE OLIVEIRA RAMOS
  • O Corpo que Fala: A Conversa no Documentário de Eduardo Coutinho

  • Líder : MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLARISSE MARIA CASTRO DE ALVARENGA
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • Data: 05-jul-2021
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  • This research is based on the analysys of the conversations mediated by photography, by moving images and by the singing on Eduardo Coutinho’s documentary, highlighting the different body engagements of the character related with the other on-scene materialities.We present the constitution of what is called cinema of conversation on Coutinho’s work, resorting to the concept of conversation as the tracing of a becoming, from Gilles Deleuze and Claire Parnet on A Conversation: What is it? What is it for? pointing outsome convergences between the concepts of conversation of the director and the philosopher, outlining the lines that compose the director’s style: the tendency to minimalism in what concerns to the elimination of elements in the cinematographic language considered unnecessary, centering the forces of the movie around the encounter and conversation; affirmation of the charm in the story-teller character and the minor use they make of the language; the joy of the encounter on the part of the director and the characters; and the care established in both filming and assembly, components that flee from the basic question-and-answer structure on a standard interview of the traditional documentary. When the subjects of the movie, photography or the singing body are added up to the on-scene conversation, we see that the interviewer/intervewee binarism becomes fuzzy, blurred, eventually, the idea of authorship, as the other binarisms chairing the distribution of roles that structure and reassure on the classical interview shape. We emphasized scenes of conversations on the following director’s documentaries: Cabra Marcado Para Morrer (1984), Boca do Lixo (1993), Peões (2004) e As Canções (2011); without failing to mention, nonetheless, moments in Babilônia 2000 (2000), Edifício Master (2002) e O Fim e o Princípio (2005).

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  • ADRIANA ALEIXO NETO
  • Firefly characters, fabulation and betweentime in Maria Valéria Rezende: a study of Outros cantos and O voo da guará vermelha
  • Líder : CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • Data: 13-jul-2021
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  • This research intends to discuss the role of women writers today, the space represented and a narrator character in O voo da guará vermelha (2014) and Outros cantos (2016), both by Maria Valéria Rezende. Maria Valéria Rezende's literary text is very alive with regard to the representation of women and feminist issues and is in constant dialogue with contemporaneity (DUARTE, 2020; AGAMBEN (2009) and RESENDE, 2017). In addition, the works were examined in terms of the characters' relationship with space and their displacements, which reflect the precariousness of the working condition in Brazil (SANTOS, 2008; DALCASTAGNÈ, 2003; COSER, 2016). The act of narrating the characters was studied as resistance, which led to a discussion on the issue of fabulation and becoming (BENJAMIN, 1987; DELEUZE, GUATTARI, (1997, 2003, 2009; DIDI-HUBERMAN, 2011).

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  • AMANDA RIBEIRO BARBOSA
  • Brújulas y mangas de viento: un estudio sobre el subcampo de libros literarios para niños en Belo Horizonte.

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • FABIOLA RIBEIRO FARIAS
  • Data: 30-ago-2021
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  • La literatura para niños en Brasil ha tenido históricamente un estatus inferior a otras literaturas, lo que puede explicarse por su aparición tardía y estrechamente vinculada al campo pedagógico. El concepto de “independencia editorial”, a su vez, revela más cuestionamientos que definiciones precisas. La inexactitud del término “independiente”, así como su apropiación como estrategia para pertenecer a un segmento atractivo, contribuyen a su propia deslegitimación. Las reflexiones iniciales se desarrollaron en preguntas: ¿Cómo es la relación entre las producciones editoriales independientes y los libros literarios para niños en Brasil? ¿Cuáles son las particularidades del panorama editorial en Belo Horizonte, capital de Minas Gerais, el segundo estado más poblado del país? En este trabajo investigamos los elementos que constituyen la autonomía del subcampo independiente de libros literarios para niños en Belo Horizonte. Utilizamos los conceptos de campo presentes en Bourdieu (1996, 2004, 2006) y Thompson (2013) para presentar un panorama histórico del subcampo editorial independiente en América Latina basadas en Warth (2005), Barcellos (2006), Muniz Jr. (2010, 2016, 2017), Szpilbarg y Saferstein (2012), Lopéz Winne y Malumian (2016), Oliveira (2017), Amaral (2017), Coutinho (2017), Gomes (2018), Magalhães (2018), Ribeiro (2018), Schierloh (2019) y Coutinho (2020) y del subcampo de libros literarios para niños en Brasil y, específicamente, en Minas Gerais, desde la obra de Carvalho (1993), Oliveira (2000), Arroyo (2010), Hunt (2010), D’Almeida (2011), Federman et al. (2011), Matarelli (2011), Lajolo y Zilberman (2017), Farias y Fernandes (2019), Pinheiro (2018), Ribeiro y Vinícius (2019), Tolentino (2020) y Barbosa (2021, en prensa). Realizamos entrevistas con los responsables de cuatro editoriales de Belo Horizonte que publican libros literarios para niños y frecuentan ferias de publicaciones independientes en la capital de Minas Gerais: Crivo Editorial, Impressões de Minas, MRN Editora y Mazza Edições. Finalmente, analizamos sus condiciones de funcionamiento y extraemos, a partir de cinco puntos principales, una posible lógica del subcampo en cuestión: 1) el bajo pero creciente grado de codificación de entrada; 2) la búsqueda del equilibrio entre capital económico y simbólico; 3) el desarrollo de proyectos y alianzas; 4) la frecuencia regular a ferias de publicaciones independientes; 5) y la fuerte presencia de "editores conejo", una nueva categoría en la matización metafórica del subcampo.

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  • GEORGIA MENDES SILVA ALVARENGA
  • A Publicidade de Responsabilidade Social: estratégias discursivas que ganham prêmio

  • Líder : PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • KARINY CRISTINA DE SOUZA RAPOSO
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • Data: 31-ago-2021
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    In this dissertation, we intend to demonstrate the relevance of the discursive genre of the Brazilian social responsibility advertising . For the corpus, we selected three Brazilian videos winners in the years of 2018 and 2019 of the Good Group of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, a group that awards initiatives and publicities that seek to impact the world in a positive way. The general objective consisted of analyzing the discursive strategies and the multimodal resources triggered for the construction of the institutional discursive ethos. The theoretical framework in which this research is inserted is in the French Speech analysis and in the studies about ethos. This way, we rely, essentially, on the Semiolinguistics and Propagandist Speech of Patrick Charaudeau (2010b), on the analysis Grid by Emília Mendes (2010) and on the notion of ethos by Dominique Maingueneau (2008) and Ruth Amossy (2004,2016). From the analysis made, we found that multimodal resources are strategically activated, building the intended meaning of the publicity speech in a rather effective way. Centralizing the cause and not the product or service shows to be one more available language in the wide area of publicity speech, which its main objective consists, essentially, of reaching the consumer engaged to the causes in a subtle and implicit way based on the ethos in which social responsibility publicity intends to build.


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  • ANA PAULA DA COSTA
  • The poet and the typographer: Poesia Livre [Free Poetry], Chuvas de Poesia [Poetry Rains], and Guilherme Mansur's experimentations on Instagram.

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • CELINA FIGUEIREDO LAGE
  • MÁRIO ALEX ROSA
  • Data: 14-sep-2021
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  • In this thesis, we propose to analyze Guilherme Mansur’s first editorial project, Poesia Livre, forged by the stamp Fundo de Ouro Preto Tipografia. We will also scrutinize how these project elements will become part of the literary-poetic experimentation pervaded by performance or happenings, called Chuvas de Poesia. We will show Mansur’s adaptation to the digital environment by analyzing photographic experiments published on Instagram from 2017 up to now. We will also analyze the editorial characteristics of Poesia Livre, whose production began in 1977 enduring up to 1985. This publication flourishes as a proposal hooked up in the “Marginal Generation” (Geração Marginal), poetic resistance work of a generation of well-known Brazilian poets. Furthermore, peculiar editorial features distinguish it from most printed works done without rigor by most poets’ movements. Poesia Livre owns its title by a freedom evocation and a wordplay to embrace the most diverse forms of poetry, as can be seen by the historical context of the launching. The youth of its creator, Mansur, then aged 19, created a unique publication with a befitting rhythm, totaling sixteen copies, inspiring several other similar publications and creating a network of connections connecting poets and artists throughout Brazil. In the 1990s Guilherme Mansur started the poetic performances Chuvas de Poesia, which mixes editing and performance, consisting of a radicalization of the assumptions that began with Poesia Livre, elevating the concept of “free” and “freedom” to an even greater power. These performances still take place in the 21st century and unfold into other types of artistic manifestations. We will see some of Mansur’s experiments on Instagram, work with a digital interface which he reinterprets works developed throughout his career, or even creates photographic series as a virtual museum for his photographic collection. Our main goal is analyzing the editorial processes of these three projects, distinguishing their singularities, and also analyzing part of the poetic cartography in Poesia Livre. We also aim to show how the productions presented are connected to a mix of various languages modes: typography, visual arts, performance, and, in his poetry, bits and pieces of the concrete poetics, the poetic movement he is included. Mansur adds baroque elements, giving rise to unique poetics that we call “Barrocobeat” poetry. Poesia Livre presents several poetic productions made by Mansur. In its nine years of existence, Poesia Livre left indelible marks on Mansur’s 

    editing work, which was improved, evolving as the typographer-editor-poet (among other denominations) enters our contemporaneity. In addition to analyzing this role played as an editor, the study focuses on the characteristics of Mansur’s poetry, as a poet who, being an excellent typographer, through typographic language, manages to print unique characteristics inherent to his poetics built with movable type, in which the word occupies the axis of the composition of his creations and is always at the center of the work.

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  • ESDRA DAVI DE SOUZA
  • A Editora UFMG: uma análise da constituição de seu catálogo por áreas do conhecimento

  • Líder : LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • LUIS ALBERTO FERREIRA BRANDÃO SANTOS
  • Data: 22-oct-2021
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    This research aims at recording and analyzing the constitution of the catalog of a public university press, in relation to the fields of knowledge described by CNPq (National Council of Scientific and Technological Development). The type of editorial production in universities differs from the editorial field in general, as the work done by the academic institutions is not only based on the commercial value of the book, but also on the dissemination of scientific, artistic and cultural knowledge. Thus, the editorial processes that involve the publication of a manuscript are also different from the procedures adopted by publishers in the commercial field. By analyzing the catalog of a university publisher, we seek to examine whether, in the editing process, there is a concern with the dissemination of all fields of knowledge or if some fields have a greater representation. The corpus of analysis is composed by titles published by Editora UFMG since its creation until 2018, more than 1200 titles, over 35 years. In addition, this thesis presents a brief history of the Federal University of Minas Gerais and records the trajectory of Editora UFMG through documentary research. With regard to the methodology, certain procedures will be used to examine the fields of knowledge represented in this catalog, as well as concepts and bibliography that support the notes and analyses produced. The aim is, therefore, to investigate the configuration of the catalog as a material result of the university’s policies and processes for the dissemination of the knowledge produced by the institution and its consequences as an institutional ethos. The research also presents possible editorial solutions for a public university publishing house, discussing alternatives to expand the catalog in different fields of knowledge.

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  • LAURA CONRADO DIAS DE OLIVEIRA
  • PERFIL DAS PROTAGONISTAS NA LITERATURA JOVEM (2010-2019): uma análise de narrativas das editoras Galera e Verus

  • Líder : LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CONSTÂNCIA LIMA DUARTE
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • Data: 25-oct-2021
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  • This research outlines the panoramic profile of female protagonists in books published by publishing houses aimed at young audiences in order to analyze the representativity of such characters. For this purpose, a corpus of 32 books published between 2010 and 2019 was selected, 14 of them by the publishing house Galera and 18 by Verus, all written by Brazilian women, so that we could understand the contemporary female protagonists. The study was motivated by the low number of investigations that bring together literature for young people, female authorship, and the protagonists of recent works. Thus, the research was undertaken with the aim of investigating who they are, whom and what reality the female protagonists of novels for young people written by women represent. Therefore, the research makes a brief review of the history of youth literature in Brazil until reaching literature for young people, the formation of this reader and the aesthetics of these works and their derivations, such as Young adult, New adult, Crossover, as well as a retrospective of the Chick-lit term, its origin and construction. While the books were being read, the elements analyzed were: 1) the protagonist's name, 2) the protagonist's age, 3) the region where the story takes place, 4) the time of the story, 5) the character's skin color, 6) education, 7) socioeconomic conditions, 8) religion, 9) gender identity and sexual orientation, 10) incidence of professional relationships, 11) incidence of love relationships, 12) incidence of family relationships, 13) friendships/enmities, 14) incidence of sexual relationships, 15) approach of controversial issues such as abortion, mental disorders, suicide, LGBT+ and racial issues. The analysis points to a heterogeneity in the composition of the female protagonists of the two publishing houses, represented by white, heterosexual, middle-class characters, whose narratives are strongly shaped by the affective search, even though the desire for professional and personal conquests is recurrent.

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  • RICARDO QUARESMA CHAVES
  • O direito à leitura literária: o caso da Borrachalioteca, uma biblioteca comunitária de Sabará/MG

  • Líder : PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FABIOLA RIBEIRO FARIAS
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • Data: 26-oct-2021
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  • Esta dissertação versa sobre a Borrachalioteca, uma biblioteca comunitária localizada em Sabará, cidade da região metropolitana de Belo Horizonte, em Minas Gerais, enfocando algumas características e as atividades que desenvolve em prol do fomento à leitura literária. Desde a sua criação, em 2002, tem chamado a atenção da mídia, das pessoas que trabalham na cadeia de acesso ao livro e à leitura e de alguns pesquisadores que atuam nesse segmento de estudo. A instituição tem o propósito de levar à comunidade onde atua o acesso ao livro, à leitura e à literatura como um direito humano. Ao definirmos como nosso objeto de pesquisa, procuramos enfatizar esse importante equipamento cultural ao contextualizar as bibliotecas comunitárias no Brasil, a partir das peculiaridades de como são criadas, orientações para o desenvolvimento de suas ações de promoção à leitura, lugar onde estão inseridas – a grande maioria nas periferias dos centros urbanos –, e o relacionamento com essa comunidade. Recorremos aos apontamentos teóricos, sobretudo, de Elisa Machado (2008;2009), Fernandez, Machado e Rosa (2018). Na apresentação da instituição, nossas fontes foram os documentos disponibilizados pela biblioteca, bem como as entrevistas realizadas com o seu coordenador, Túlio Damascena, para contar um pouco da história da Borrachalioteca. Posteriormente, ao descrevermos a leitura literária e, em especial, a sua mediação como uma atividade importante para a instituição em estudo, relacionamos a nossa discussão com a literatura, o letramento literário, o conceito de mediação e a sua prática nas bibliotecas comunitárias. Ao final, evidenciamos a atuação do equipamento em tempos de pandemia do coronavírus: uma campanha solidária às famílias que frequentam a biblioteca, liderada pela RNBC – Rede Nacional de Bibliotecas Comunitárias – e a realização de ações literárias no meio digital, como duas edições da FLIS (Festa Literária de Sabará) nos anos de 2020 e 2021. Concluímos que a Borrachalioteca é uma biblioteca comunitária que merece ser (re)conhecida pela sua relevância social e sua importância como instituição potente de fomento à leitura literária e formação de leitores.

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  • JAQUELINE ARAÚJO DA SILVA
  • IMAGINÁRIOS NO DISCURSO GOVERNAMENTAL "NAZISMO É DE ESQUERDA": silenciamentos e evidenciamentos

  • Líder : CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DÉBORA RAQUEL HETTWER MASSMANN
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MÁRCIA FONSECA AMORIM
  • Data: 29-oct-2021
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  • A partir da perspectiva teórica da análise de discurso, estapesquisa teve por objetivo analisar os imaginários produzidos na circulação do discurso governamental “nazismo é de esquerda”. Para tanto, levamos em consideração o discurso que se constitui pela relação da língua, do sujeito e da história para que fosse possível analisar os imaginários produzidos na discursivização do enunciado “nazismo é de esquerda” e os silenciamentos e evidenciamentos que se constituem a partir deste. Analisamos sequências discursivas em que o enunciado chave aparece, seja na sua forma plena seja como sinônimos, a partir de notícias que tem como manchete a fala do Presidente da República, Jair Bolsonaro, afirmando que o nazismo é de esquerda; a partir de comentários realizados sobre o texto intitulado “Pela Aliança Liberal Conservadora” postado pelo Ex-ministro das Relações Exteriores, Ernesto Araújo, em seu blog Metapolítica 17; e a partir de tweets realizados tanto por sujeitos que ocupam a posição discursiva de governo quanto por sujeitos da sociedade em geral que se identificam com a discursivização do enunciado em questão. Com as análises foi possível compreender que as formações imaginárias são produzidas
    a partir da formação discursivadominante“extrema-direita” e partem do imaginário da esquerda como imigo potencial e da ameaça do fantasma comunista. Além disso, verificamos que esses imaginários são atravessados pela historicidade que os termos “nazismo” e “esquerda” possuem em condições de produção de grandes embates políticos-ideológicos e produzem evidenciamento dos sentidos que se pretendem naturalizar na língua pela resistência aos já-ditos, à memória e à história, resultando no silenciamento dos sentidos que se quer evitar, que se deseja apagar para que não sejam mais da ordem do dito. Para tanto, as análises foram sustentadas pelos conceitos à luz da Análise do Discurso de vertente francesa (Michel Pêcheux), mobilizando conceitos como
    memória discursiva (Pêcheux, 1969, 1988, 2015; Orlandi 2015); evidenciamento (Moreira, 2009, 2020); silenciamento (Orlandi, 2007); sujeito (Pêcheux, 1988; Orlandi, 2015). Além disso, referências teóricas como Mariani (1996) ao tratar do imaginário da ameaça comunista da imprensa sobre o PCB e Indursky (1992, 2013) ao tratar do discurso da ditadura civil-militar no Brasil, que nos permitiram confirmar novos gestos de interpretação do enunciado “nazismo é de esquerda” que são materializados por discursividades como o nome do partido nazista, nome de líderes de regimes ditatoriais e adjetivações que são sustentadas pelas marcas “mal”, “ruim”, “perverso”, “movimento” e “ideologia”.

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  • IZABELA DE MAGALHAES ALEXANDRE
  • DO ESQUECER AO RELEMBRAR: ANÁLISE DOS IMAGINÁRIOS SOCIODISCURSIVOS QUE REVERBERAM EM NOSSAS MEMÓRIAS, NA OBRA TERRA DE SEBASTIÃO SALGADO

  • Líder : CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIO AUGUSTO BRAICO ANDRADE
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • LUCIANA MARTINS ARRUDA
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • Data: 29-oct-2021
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  • Neste trabalho, buscamos fazer uma análise semiolinguística de algumas fotografias e suas respectivas legendas da obra Terra do fotógrafo mineiro Sebastião Salgado. O livro foi publicado 1999, pela Companhia das Letras e conta com 109 fotografias em preto e branco, além de músicas exclusivas de Chico Buarque e um prefácio de José Saramago. Contudo, para esta pesquisa, utilizamos apenas cinco fotografias e suas respectivas legendas, desconsiderando as outras imagens e paratextos. Nesse livro, Salgado busca representar brasileiros que ainda não tiveram seu direito à terra garantido, tais como os povos indígenas, os mendigos urbanos e os camponeses do MST. Sendo assim, por meio de nossas análises, buscamos examinar algumas memórias que Salgado desperta em nós, a partir de possíveis dizeres explícitos e implícitos em sua obra. A partir das análises, observamos que Salgado mobiliza os imaginários de resistência, de luta e de cooperação, apesar de sua mensagem denotada mostrar a pobreza, condições sub-humanas de trabalho, a mendicância e condições precárias de estudo. Para isso, utilizamos os conceitos de Barthes (1990) acerca da Retórica da Imagem, o método de Kossoy (2012) para a análise das fotografias, e a teoria de Charaudeau (2008; 2017), para explicar as condições de produção do discurso e a construção dos imaginários sociodiscursivos (ora apagados, ora explicitados) presentes nas legendas. Observamos que Salgado utiliza tanto elementos plásticos (tais como enquadramento, luz, contraste, para despertar esses imaginários)  quanto elementos verbais, tais como adjetivos, expressões que estão presentes no imaginário coletivo, para reforçar a ideia de luta e de descaso do Estado com relação à  essas pessoas, que lutam pelo seu direito a condições próprias de trabalho. Além disso, observamos um discurso que visa problematizar a falta de investimento do governo em políticas públicas para o controle da taxa de natalidade, falta de investimento na educação e de suporte a movimentos populares como o MST.

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  • MARIANA FERREIRA VALENTIN DA SILVA
  • ENCONTRO DE OLHARES NO ESPAÇO CINEMATOGRÁFICO: Wim Wenders, Yasujiro Ozu e a cidade de Tóquio

  • Líder : MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DAVID PINHO BARROS
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • Data: 10-nov-2021
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  •  

    Esta dissertação propõe uma investigação sobre como o encontro de olhares dos cineastas Wim Wenders (1945–) e Yasujiro Ozu (1903–1963) no filme Tokyo-Ga (1985) pode estar ligado à noção de espacialidade no cinema. São apresentadas as características relacionadas à construção do espaço fílmico nas obras de cada um dos diretores, assim como influências que moldaram a forma como esses dois artistas entendem a linguagem cinematográfica, para finalmente traçar sugestões de leitura sobre o espaço de Tokyo-Ga. Para fundamentar a análise proposta nesta pesquisa, são utilizados principalmente os conceitos de: filme-ensaio, segundo Timothy Corrigan (2011); espaço literário e narração, a partir de Maurice Blanchot (1987; 2005); espaço cinematográfico, de acordo com Marcel Martin (2005); vazio e perda, segundo Roland Barthes (2004; 2007) e Didi-Huberman (1998); e imagem dialética, a partir de Walter Benjamin (2006). Ao final, conclui-se que duas ferramentas são essenciais à construção do espaço em Tokyo-Ga: a narração por voiceover e a montagem com imagens originais e imagens de arquivo. É sugerido que a jornada proporcionada pelo espaço fílmico eleva o potencial reflexivo da obra e, a partir da postura de respeito e aprendizagem do Zen, refletida de diversas formas nas linguagens dos diretores, os espaços autônomos são preenchidos por dualidades e as imagens do vazio podem tornar-se imagens dialéticas.


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  • WELITON DA SILVA LEÃO
  • A CONSTRUÇÃO DE IDEIAS MATEMÁTICAS: UMA AULA INVESTIGATIVA, EXPLORANDO AS LINGUAGENS MATEMÁTICA E POÉTICA/ALDRAVIA PARA O ENSINO DE ALGEBRA NO EF II

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • JOSE BENEDITO DONADON LEAL
  • JOSÉ TEÓFILO DE CARVALHO
  • Data: 14-dic-2021
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  • This research is about the construction of mathematical ideas in an investigative class exploring the algebraic and poetic languages, through the so called Brazilian poetic form “Aldravia”, for teaching Algebra in Elementary School II. This topic was investigated in order to verify if and how students in the Basic Education course experience mathematical ideas, relating algebraic language to poetic language. As specific objectives, it was (1) verified types of attitudes, questions and/or reflections among students that the proposal presented have generated; (2) observed how students have conducted the investigation when interacting with Aldravic poems; (3) verified, from the students' discussions and productions, whether and how the investigations have  contributed (or not) to generate mathematical ideas; (4) verified if and how students have used both languages (algebraic and poetic) to signify the explored concepts. The theoretical foundation of this research has as pillars the notions of mathematical literacy; of ethnomathematics; of intersemiotic translation; of the relations among the proficiency in writing and reading and in language for insertion in social relations. From the description of the problem, possibilities of solutions were searched in the literature. The methodological design of the research consisted of a mathematical investigation class, after which the students' interaction process was addressed in an interview that showed questions and reflections that the proposal has generated among students. As a result of the research, it was found that semiotics can be an important instrument for the mathematics teacher to use literature/poetry as allies for the development of literacy, numeracy and significant social applications of Mathematics.

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  • DEBORA EVELYN SILVA BATISTA
  • ACTIVE LEARNING AND collaborative production of memes: A MULTILEVEL APPROACH IN HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH CLASSES in vocational / emergency distance learning via DIPAC instructional design

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MAYSA DE PADUA TEIXEIRA PAULINELLI
  • JOSIMAR GONÇALVES RIBEIRO
  • Data: 16-dic-2021
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  • This research investigated the collaborative creation of memes in multilevel English classrooms. The context is that of the Professional and Technological Education in distance learning format, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The methodological approach was that of an Interactional Dynamics (DIPAC), under the principles of active learning. This study aims at exploring the possibilities that active learning methodologies, along with an approach based on the collaborative production of various text genres, may bring to the English language learning process in multilevel high school groups. The specific objectives of this study are: 1. To describe the involvement of all students who took part in this research, unattached to their previous knowledge of the target language, through the collaborative production of various text genres supported by active learning methodologies. 2. To analyse the ramifications of the activities in terms of stimulus to students’ motivation, autonomy, collaboration, critical literacy and content production/creation. 3. To discuss and reflect upon the activities, in order to identify possibilities of improvement and implement changes. This study is supported by the theoretical pillars of the multilevel approach and collaborative production of text genres; active learning methodologies and blended learning; collaboration and autonomy through DIPAC. Given the characteristics of the research and due to the data comprised by the corpus, we have chosen to develop na action research of qualitative nature, through a case study perspective. Data was obtained through the teacher’s reflective diaries, students’ posts on Google Classroom and students’ answers to the final evaluation form. As for the results, data analysis has shown that students expressed mostly positive opinions about the activities and in terms of their motivation, autonomy and learning having actually improved, as well as their interaction with each other and the teacher. Opportunities for improvement were also detected, discussed and explored. The teacher-researcher has also reflected on her works’ possible contributions for the general perception society has about teaching and learning English at school.

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  • THYANA HACLA FRUTUOSO RIELLO
  • ITINERÁRIOS DE LEITURA: reflexões sobre a obra Mineiros Cavam no Escuro Notas sobre a Muamba

  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • GUILHERME TRIELLI RIBEIRO
  • MARIA DO CARMO DE FREITAS VENEROSO
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • Data: 16-dic-2021
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  • Itinerarios de lectura: reflexiones sobre la obra Mineiros Cavam no Escuro Notas sobre a Muambaes un ensayo crítico analítico del libro de artista de Daniel Eizirik y João Kowacs. Según los autores, la obra es un documentalgráfico/ficción inspirado en el proyecto Simpático Elegante Caixeiro Viajante, financiado por el Fundo de Apoio àCultura do Rio Grande do SulFACen 2014, con el que los artistas atravesaron la triple frontera como muambeiros. Esta disertación es una invitación a viajar por el universo de la obra, conociendo un poco la preproducción del libro, la trama y los pequeños detalles que componen esta narrativa. En este trabajo reflexionamos sobre temas relacionados con la autoría, el espacio-tiempo ficticio y las narrativas de viajes. La metáfora del viaje recorre la redacción de la tesis. Recorremos los caminos del libro y nos involucramos en el itinerario de la obra más allá del límite de la página, creando relaciones con el espacio geográfico recorrido por los autores en la preproducción. La fotografía, el dibujo, el collage y la literatura crean un registro inventivo del camino que dalugar a una narrativa ficticia sobre la relación entre padre e hijo, ambos muambeiros. La disertación está dedicada a la observación de estos personajes, tal como los desarrollan los artistas-autores. Los artistas exploran la materialidad del libro, para enriquecer la trama de la narrativa, incorporando procesos editoriales y paratextos como recursos para intensificar el juego ficcional. Este trabajo explora los límites entre la documentación y la ficción, entre el registro de la experiencia del viaje y la creación de un universo de ficción y sus personajes. En este análisis se observa cada uno de los elementos que componen el libro en relación a la narrativa, demostrando así que los procesos gráficos y editoriales pueden ser parte del proceso de creación, y potenciar la experiencia completa de la obra. El libro no es solo un soporte para la narrativa, es parte de la narrativa. Entonces podemos entender el libro como un medio que tiene características, límites y potencialidades, y que le dará a su contenido interno una forma de ser específica. Esta obra entiende el libro como un "arte" del espacio y el tiempo, que tiene espacialidad y ritmo. Se pretende que a través del análisis de este trabajo, este trabajo pueda inspirar a otros artistas, autores, editores, editores e investigadores a ver el libro como parte del trabajo y no como un cuerpo separado. La obra de Daniel y João invita a mirar el libro como un territorio fértil para la creación, que puede albergar múltiples lenguajes.

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  • ÉRIKA CRISTINA DIAS NOGUEIRA
  • VOICES AND EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN ENVIRONMENTALISTS: expression and ciberativism on Facebook narratives

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • HILA RODRIGUES
  • KATARINI GIROLDO MIGUEL
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MARIANA RAMALHO PROCÓPIO XAVIER
  • Data: 05-feb-2021
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  • Considered by the NGO Global Witness as the most dangerous country in the world for environmental activism, Brazil has the highest number of environmentalists murders. Of those, women's battle for expression spaces to disseminate their discourse in environments defense. For centuries, women had their voices silenced and repressed by a patriarchal society, especially in political environments. Currently, women's environmental protagonism is sustained by the internet appropriation, specifically the social networking site Facebook. Even with some obstacles that threaten participation and political deliberation such as inequality of access, censorship and excessive control of networks, the social network sites appropriation by activists can contribute to growthr the reflections and communicative exchanges, transforming behaviors and habits. It is in this space that we study the digital narratives of environmentalists women. Using multiple epistemic-methodological bases, we discuss digital discourses in a constitutive way that qualify all the discursive traits, in order to understand how the construction of those environmentalists narratives on Facebook and how these narratives contribute to the activist expression.

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  • JOSÉ TEÓFILO DE CARVALHO
  • O LIVRO DIDÁTICO DIGITAL DE MATEMÁTICA PARA OS ANOS INICIAIS DO ENSINO FUNDAMENTAL NO PROGRAMA NACIONAL DO LIVRO DIDÁTICO 2017: CONCEITO, SELEÇÃO E USO

  • Líder : MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MÔNICA DAISY VIEIRA ARAÚJO
  • CARLA VIANA COSCARELLI
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 09-feb-2021
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  • This doctoral research in language studies has as its object research, on the one hand, the concept of Digital Teaching Book of Mathematics (LDDM) and, on the other hand, the selection and use of two collections of LDDM, distributed to teachers in the second cycle of Elementary Education (EF), in print and digital form, called type 1 or Teacher's Manual. The digital version contains the same content intended for the student, plus Digital Educational Objects and a supplement for his continued teacher training, in PNLD 2017. The research is based on Semiotics, according to Kress and van Leeuwen in several publications, and is developed in three axes: book technologies, digital didactic material and multimodality-multiliteracies. The central question of research is to understand: (a) what constitutes the concept of these two collections of books, called multimedia in the PNLD, in the view of producers, managers and teachers of mathematics? b) how do teachers select these collections and use them in ten Brazilian public schools? The research, developed in two phases, has an empirical approach to bias, predominantly qualitative, without ignoring quantitative aspects of the data, when possible. In the first phase, I use a descriptive-explanatory method, bibliographic and documentary; In the second phase, I conduct 14 interviews with PNLD managers and an editor of one of the collections and apply 38 questionnaires to math teachers of the schools surveyed. As a result, the research conceives LDDM as a complex, multifaceted, polyphonic and polysemic teaching material, the result of transformations throughout history, moving to the digital form today, depending on the evolution and innovations of book technologies and digital information and communication technologies (ICT). The coexistence of printed and digital forms, called "hybrid" in the editorial environment, must continue indefinitely, as in previous transitions of other reading media. The research points out that, due to unknown knowledge or misinformation, LDDM was chosen, in most schools surveyed, as a printed book and so is used today. In the concept of its producers, LDDM is only a teaching resource. However, in the school environment, this is the main teaching material available to the teacher and the student. In my view, for the effective use of LDDM, the teacher needs new literacies  visual, digital and media. However, a book to be fully multimedia must meet four requirements: portability, navigability, interactivity and connectivity. Thus, LDDM is digital, but partially multimedia, as an editor of the analyzed collection admits.

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  • JOSIMAR GONÇALVES RIBEIRO
  • From classic to meme: a pedagogical approach based on intersemiotic translation in favor of reading education

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • CARLA VIANA COSCARELLI
  • Maria Catarina Paiva Repolês
  • Data: 02-mar-2021
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  • This dissertation presents a multiple case study in favor of reading education. It is based

    on a pedagogical approach guided by discourse genres, literary literacy and digital

    literacy. The research, aims to investigate the development of reading ability of students

    it comes from reading and understanding that they do of classic literary works giving

    new meaning in memes, in the light of intersemiotic translation and multissemiotic

    literacy. The participants in the research were freshmen students enrolled in Informatics

    and Environment courses of the Integrated Technical High School at the Federal

    Institute of the Southeast of Minas Gerais – Rio Pomba Campus, in 2018.The

    dissertation presents two methodologies: teaching and research . In the teaching phase,

    students were detailed on the steps that would be taken during classes. After choosing

    the work to be read by each student, a period of thirty days was given for reading the

    texts. After the reading, the others stages were accomplished between thirty days to

    each new action. They were: The structures literature circle has discussion and notes of

    important information - that discussion was accomplished in class during 55 minutes;

    b) after, thirty days of deadline was given to write and deliver the summary; c) after, the

    seminary about classic literacy works and other note was presented by students; d) after,

    a picture that talked the classic literacy works was investigated in web according to

    students; e) after, the meme was created based on intertextuality – besides delivering

    of memes, there was the oral explaining about selected pictures and created meme; and

    f) the last, all activities, genres made and selected picture, was delivered. In the research

    methodology, firstly, the student activity analysis, formed by summary and memes

    genres and picture was made; secondly, two notes ( literature circle and seminary) were

    checked; thirdly, assessment work, formed by assessment teacher and assessment

    student were analyzed. At the end, all activities were triangulated in order to observe the

    development of the reading skills of the participants. Data analysis was guided by the

    qualitative-interpretative approach according to Moita Lopes (1994). The theoretical

    framework was based on theories of Discursive Genre according to (BAKHTIN, 1997),

    Intersemiotic Translation (PLAZA, 2013), Semiotics (PEIRCE, 2008), Multisemiotic

    Literacy (The New London Group, 1996). As a result, it presents a chart with

    transcreation criteria and memes interpretation, and the possibility to use the

    intersemitotic translation as a pedagogical approach in favor of reading education. The

    conclusion invites us to rethink the position of reading practice and actions to encourage

    the training of the reader in teaching and learning sphere.

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  • SONIA RODRIGUES PEREIRA GOMES
  • As necessidades do professor de Inglês para a promoção do letramento crítico em sala de aula: uma perspectiva estratégica de abordagem via gêneros

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA
  • EVERTON LUIZ FRANKEN
  • Maria Catarina Paiva Repolês
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 05-mar-2021
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  • Esta tese tem como tema de pesquisa as necessidades do professor de inglês na promoção do letramento crítico a partir de uma perspectiva estratégica de abordagem via gêneros. As teorias de gêneros discursivos de Bakhtin e da Pedagogia de gêneros da escola de Sidney subsidiaram os trabalhos nesta tese. O problema de pesquisa passa pelas necessidades que o professor tem com vistas a promover habilidades para o letramento crítico, enquanto ativo intangível de empoderamento dos sujeitos. Novas tecnologias, mídias e novas formas de comunicação implicam, necessariamente, novos letramentos e, dentre esses, está o letramento crítico. O tema letramento crítico vem ganhando destaque no meio educacional, principalmente no exterior e isso porque cada vez mais o nosso cotidiano está ligado a novos gêneros discursivos, novas tecnologias e a internet. Assim sendo e tal como afirmado por JANKS e VASQUEZ (2011) é nessa rodovia informacional, melhor dizendo, nessa internet que fazemos nossas trocas informacionais nos dias atuais. Esta tese se alinha às propostas da Organização para a Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Econômico (OECD), que já incorporou em seus grupos de trabalhos os temas letramento crítico e leitura crítica, com vistas à formação de estudantes. Trata-se, portanto, de uma pesquisa com professores, usando questionários e investigando as necessidades de professores de Inglês no uso sistemático do livro didático de Inglês do Ensino Médio do Programa Nacional do Livro Didático – PNLD.

    Nesta tese a pesquisa é de natureza qualitativa e o foco está no ensino de Inglês, nos gêneros discursivos e na promoção do letramento crítico. A tese se baseia numa pesquisa com professores, usando questionários para investigar sobre as necessidades de professores de inglês para a promoção do letramento crítico em sala de aula. O trabalho de pesquisa compreende o estudo de dados coletados com professores, usando questionários para investigar as necessidades e demandas a partir do livro didático de inglês do PNLD e dos gêneros discursivos.

    A conclusão deste estudo sinalizou que há necessidade de inclusão do tema letramento crítico no contexto escolar, compreendendo o espaço da sala de aula e ambientes de aprendizagem. Diante de um novo panorama comunicacional, novos modos de produzir significados, contínua transformação dos textos digitais, interatividade e o acesso imediato à informação continuarão a oferecer desafios para os professores de linguagens. No contexto educacional cabe aos professores e educadores promover os letramentos e, inclusive, o letramento crítico.

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  • ELAINE KENDALL SANTANA SILVA
  •  

    As representações e a construção da identidade sobre a profissão docente no discurso de licenciandos de Letras: uma análise longitudinal de relatórios de estágio

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • WAGNER RODRIGUES SILVA
  • INES KAYON DE MILLER
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • Data: 19-mar-2021
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  • This study aims to investigate the construction of future Portuguese teachers’ professional identities, as well as their relationship with the Social Representations that emerge from this construction in the discourse of  undergraduate students from Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais – UEMG – located in Divinópolis / MG, who filled in internship reports and answered questionnaires based on their practices. For that purpose, I refer to Bakhtin's (1999) studies on language, polyphony, discourse, voice management; to Mondada and Dubois (2003) and Koch (2003), who deal with referencing and the enunciative mechanisms; also to Hall (2006), Woodward (2000) and Bauman (2004), that discuss the issue of identity; Moscovici (2003), who deals with Social Representations; Matencio (2004) and Kleiman and Martins (2007) among others, that reflect upon linguistics and teacher education. In addition, this research discusses the articulation between theory and practice, departing from theoretical positions about teacher education, defended by authors such as Freire (1999), Nóvoa (2009), Tardif (2014), among others. The construction of the interlocutive game in reports and questionnaires is analyzed, taking into account the assumption of social, communicative and personal roles and the delimitation of the discursive purpose(s), identifying and analytically describing the enunciative mechanisms and their effects on the discursive plots’ composition present in the internship reports. In addition, the Social Representations about the teachers' conceptions taken from the Supervised Internship is identified through recurrences of linguistic aspects. Also, the construction of the representations observed in the students' discourses materialized in the reports and questionnaires is described and analyzed. Considering the materiality of the data and theoretical-methodological principles adopted, this research has characteristics of the constructivist paradigm. It is interpretative and qualitative, once my interest is not limited to what enunciators say, but also to the manner they say it. This study consists of a documental analysis that can be understood as a study case (YIN, 2001), once I try to understand how identity construction takes place through the observation and analysis of undergraduate language students’ written narratives about their internship. For this research, I consider the data collected during the four semesters of internship programs that happen during college years. Therefore, I present a longitudinal vision and the (trans)formation of professional identity and representations throughout the internship programs. In this perspective, I divided the analysis into the following parts: class observation analysis, class conduction analysis, questionnaire analysis, emerging representations in data crossing and undergraduate language students’ identity construction. The analysis showed that the undergraduate students built their identities based on the representations of innovative teacher, that is the one who provides the construction of knowledge by interacting, educating and demonstrating to be sensitive to heterogeneity, who is ethical, reflexive and demonstrates authoritywithout authoritarianism. The results obtained in the research may contribute to provide me, as a researcher, and also other interested professionals, subsidies that may guide our teaching-learning activities aimed at educating undergraduate language students. Besides, they may contribute to the reflection upon the importance of Supervised Internship in the process of building Portuguese teachers’ identities and representations about their profession.

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  • ANA PAULA MARTINS FONSECA
  • REPRESENTAÇÕES DA LÍNGUA MATERNA E DO SEU ENSINO NO DISCURSO DE LICENCIANDOS EM LETRAS À LUZ DA LIGUÍSTICA SISTÊMICO-FUNCIONAL

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VANIA LÚCIA RODRIGUES DUTRA
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • SARA REGINA SCOTTA CABRAL
  • Data: 25-jun-2021
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  • This thesis presents, as its research theme, the representations of Portuguese as a mother tongue and its teaching in the perspective of freshmen and seniors from a Language and Literature Undergraduation Course. Considering this theme, the guiding questions of this study were: what representations of their mother tongue and its teaching do undergraduate students from Language and Literature Undergraduation Course, especially the ones from Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais UEMG - have? When analyzing the discourse of those students (freshmen and seniors), is it possible to notice similarities and differences in the representations related to the mother tongue teaching? Is there a correlation between the speech of those students and the teaching principles and professional profiles outlined in the official Curriculum Guidelines for teaching Portuguese as a native language? Based on these research questions, the general objective of this study was to analyze the discourse of incoming and concluding students from the undergraduate courses of Languages located in Ibirité and Divinópolis, two campi of Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais UEMG - aiming at highlighting the representations of their mother tongue and its teaching. In order to achieve this goal, data collection was carried out through a questionnaire applied in person. This instrument consisted of open questions that covered the following points: a) the reasons that led to the choice of the course; b) the knowledge that Languages students, who are also future teachers of their mother tongue should have; c) questions related to the ways in which their relationship with the Language and Literature Undergraduation Course was built; d) concept of mother tongue; and, e) aspects related to the school trajectory in basic education. The research was answered by 43 incoming and 35 concluding students. In total, 78 students answered the questionnaire. The data analysis and the theoretical foundation, were based on Systemic-Functional Linguistics theory (HALLIDAY, 1979; HALLIDAY and MATTHIESSEN, 2004; EGGINS, 2004), and on Brazilian authors, mainly Fuzer and Cabral (2014) and Silva (2012, 2016), who also developed studies based on this same theory. The Evaluative and Ideation Systems (MARTIN and ROSE, 2007) supported the analysis, as well as the following official documents: Parâmetros Curriculares Nacionais (PCNs) [National Curriculum Parameters], Base Nacional Comum Curricular (BNCC) [Common National Curricular Base], Diretrizes Curriculares para os Cursos de Letras (DCNs) [Curricular Guidelines for Language and Literature Undergraduation Course] and Projetos Pedagógicos Curriculares (PPC) [Pedagogical Projects of Language and Literature Undergraduation Course] from UEMG Divinópolis and Ibirité. The Social Representations theory, proposed by the Social Psychology researchers (MOSCOVICI, 2003; 2011; JODELET, 2001) also contributed to the data analysis, as were the conceptions about the mother tongue and its teaching over the last decades. Considering the interpretative character of this research, the methodology adopted was anchored in the qualitative approach. The results showed that the undergraduate students who participated in this study highlight, in their speeches, the following representations about the concept of language and its teaching: a) language as an object of affection; b) language as a complex object; c) teaching language means teaching Normative Grammar; d) teaching language means articulating technical-academic knowledge with teaching practices of basic education; and, e) teacher as a central axis in language teaching. In general, even though there is, in students’ speech, a representation of language and teaching that points to the teaching of Normative Grammar, it is also noticeable that their trajectory in Language and Literature Undergraduation Course contributed significantly to change and expand that representation. The students’ speech demonstrated the need for amore articulated teaching with the practice and use of the language. Also, in case of senior students, their excerpts demonstrated the need for a teaching that is integrated with regular schools. Their speech showed language in all its complexity. However, the data points out that, although there have been changes in perception related to the concept of language and its teaching during the course, there is, on the part of the senior students, an idea of teaching that points to the structure of the language. This may justify, to a certain extent, the speech of freshmen, who afirm that, in basic education, Portuguese classes are geared to the teaching of rules. The panorama exposed by this thesis may contribute for the university to reevaluate the way that pedagogical practices developed in its courses are being absorbed and disseminated among the academic community. Another important point that this thesis highlighted was the need for more articulation between science and society, since it was made clear through the data collected in this research, that the practices of language teaching undertaken today are still below that proposed by the new linguistic trends. In addition to bringing out the students' representations of language and teaching, this study contributed for the researcher’s self-reflection and can also offer other professionals a space for reflection, reinforcing the need for more efforts directed to a more efficient and effective communication between science / academia and society about what is believed to be language and language teaching.

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  • ELIANE VELLOSO MISSAGIA
  • Uma Mercadoria Apreciada: Análise discursiva das representações da Língua Inglesa construídas por alunos e por publicidades

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ADRIANA NOGUEIRA ACCIOLY NÓBREGA
  • CLÁUDIO MÁRCIO DO CARMO
  • JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • NATALIA COSTA LEITE
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • Data: 21-jul-2021
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  • Although many times treated as a privilege of the elite and unnecessary to least-favored social classes, the teaching and learning of English Language is a student’s right based on National Curriculum Guidelines in Brazil. This learning process, being part of educational field, is part of a social realm, and can’t be characterized as a commodity. This thesis investigates the discursive constructions on the teaching and learning English in language courses advertisements and in the discourse of students in the end of the last year of high school. The focus in this research is the possible repetitions in both discourses, seeking to approach the representational aspect in the productions analyzed. This research is within the scope of Critical Discourse Analysis, as it focuses on recurrences that promote the reproduction of power, rather than reducing inequalities in learning access. A Systemic Functional approach on language (HALLIDAY, 2004) is adopted, considering the attitudes of high school students about many elements composing this English teaching educational process. The analysis of students’ discourse was made based on the appraisal system by Martin and White (2005). Concerning the analysis of the advertisement in video, Bezerra’s (2012) proposal to the analysis of dynamic image was adopted. The study allowed an investigation of common aspects between students’ discourses and advertisement discourses, leading to the conclusion that both discourses support a representation of English language as a commodity (FAIRCLOUGH, 2001), making it inseparable of consumption relations guided, not by what in fact constributes to the common good, but to what enriches a few through the definition of English teaching as a product necessary for achieving success. Giving primacy to the product, rather than the learning process, such discourses reinforce the understanding of the language as something you can acquire in a market transaction, ignoring the complexity inherent to the English Language learning process.

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  • AMANDA RAFAELA GOMES MARTINS
  • Comunidades experimentais: poéticas digitais e a relação humano-máquina

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • REJANE CRISTINA ROCHA
  • PABLO ALEXANDRE GOBIRA DE SOUZA-RICARDO
  • Data: 14-oct-2021
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  • El objetivo principal de este estudio es comprender el imaginario de la relación hombre-máquina en las poéticas digitales, a partir de la cartografía de una red para la creación e investigación de la poesía y el arte digital, compuesta por los grupos: 1maginari0, Ciclope, Tecnopoéticas, Nupill y Labfront. La tesis prioriza el análisis de las producciones de estos laboratorios teóricos y prácticos de poéticas digitales.  La base teórica está formada por autores que investigan el fenómeno de la literatura digital (TORRES, 2005; 2007; MELO E CASTRO, 2014; BARBOSA, 1998; 2006, FUNKHOUSER, 2007), teóricos del posthumanismo (HARAWAY, 1991, BUZATO, 2019) y filósofos del lenguaje (DELEUZE GUATTARI, 1995; GUATTARI, 1993; DERRIDA, 2004) como categorías importantes para la comprensión de las relaciones hombre-máquina y la producción de subjetividades. El resultado de la investigación es una dirección para el reconocimiento de un campo de producción y crítica de las poéticas digitales en Brasil, sus modos de existencia y sus líneas de fuga.

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  • PEDRO HENRIQUE RODRIGUES DA SILVA
  • VIOLENCE, FABULATION, THE BODY: The Tragic Thought in Jean Genet

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • UBIRAJARA SANTIAGO DE CARVALHO PINTO
  • CRISTIANE FELIPE RIBEIRO DE ARAUJO CORTES
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • Data: 18-oct-2021
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  •  

    This thesis, presented to the Doctoral Course in Language Studies, of the Post-Graduate Program Strictto Sensu of the Federal Center for Technological Education of Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), is the result of research that we have developed since 2017 on the production of French writer, poet, essaist and playwright, Jean Genet (1910-1986). The central concept of ours research is that of tragic thought. Therefore, we rote four chapter that deal with a conceptual network that seeks to evidence the exercise of that way of thinking by Genet, when developing his writing. In the first chapter, entitled The Tragic Thought, we try to present different aspects that involve the concept of tragic thought, that is, the unrestricted affirmation of existence and its multiple tensions, especially its relationship with the eternal return, the amor fati and the joy of tragic. In the following chapter, called Eternal Return... Violence... Genetian Becoming, we seek to show how the multiple and recurrent situations of violence experienced and described by the French writer throughout his life help to show traces of a kind of tragic thought. In the third chapter, entitled Fablecreate: Jean Genet and the Fabulatory Machine, we think about the concept of fabulation and how it enables Genet to create a people to come. Finally, in Genet's Tragic jouissance: on desire, the body and great health, we seek to show that, for Genet, the body is a great reason, based on the concepts of desire – as a creative power – body without organs – which calls into question the organizations and systematicities of the body – and the forgetfulness that, through betrayal, in the Genetian scripture, enables a way of happiness, manifesting great health.

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  • LEANDRO GERALDO DA SILVA ACACIO
  • Performar Nietzsche: corpo, transitoriedade e intermídia nas ações de ADEUZARÁ

  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JULIA GUIMARÃES MENDES
  • LUIZ CARLOS DE ALMEIDA GARROCHO
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • Data: 22-oct-2021
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  • The study object of this thesis is the creation process of the collective ADEUZARÁ (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil) in an interdisciplinary performing art production inspired by the work Thus spoke Zarathustra by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. It is a documentary research, whose objective is to investigate how the collective expresses Nietzsche's ideas, phrases, words in the bodies of the performers-researchers and in the creation of their performing actions. The research methodological approach is based on the autoethnography focused on research in performing arts.

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  • ALEXANDRE JOSÉ AMARO E CASTRO
  • Construir sobre ruínas: leitura e escrita em ambientes de privação de liberdade

  • Líder : MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA CLÁUDIA FERREIRA GODINHO
  • CAROLYNE REIS BARROS
  • GUILHERME TRIELLI RIBEIRO
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • Data: 28-oct-2021
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  • Esta tese analisa a importância da leitura e da escrita em ambientes de privação de liberdade. A prisão, como um espaço de despersonalização e silenciamento, age sempre pela adaptação, pelo controle e pelo ajustamento dos indivíduos. A presença do livro e de projetos de promoção da leitura nesses espaços visa à construção de formas mais dignas de cumprimento da pena, atuando pela emancipação dos apenados. A partir do exemplo de escritores presos e de pessoas encarceradas que se iniciaram na literatura, o trabalho se propõe a discutir a prisão como um “espaço de crise” e a avaliar os limites da educação prisional, a partir da história dos mecanismos de progressão de pena. A investigação sobre projetos de remição pela leitura será contemplada nos capítulos finais, a partir da análise de exemplos ao redor do Brasil e, mais especificamente, na abordagem do projeto Rodas de Leitura, implantado nos presídios da região metropolitana de Belo Horizonte durante os anos 2017 e 2018. A recepção de obras literárias e os diálogos entre os participantes, os mediadores de leitura e os escritores em visita à prisão são analisados à luz da teoria desenvolvida nos capítulos iniciais da tese, com destaque para os conceitos de “encarceramento em massa”, “leitura em ambientes de crise”, “heterotopias de desvio”, “escrita de si” e “pedagogia emancipadora”. Pretende-se entender o papel de ações educacionais, mais especificamente aquelas ligadas à prática leitora, como instrumento de resistência à objetificação e de incentivo à reeducação, à reinserção e à reintegração dos sujeitos apenados.

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  • RAFAELA PASCOAL COELHO
  • PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE TEACHERS AND EDUCATION FOR TEACHING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE MINAS GERAIS PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION

  • Líder : JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • LEINA CLAUDIA VIANA JUCA
  • LEANDRO RODRIGUES ALVES DINIZ
  • Data: 10-nov-2021
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  • The primary and secondary education schools in the Minas Gerais state system have been receiving an increasing number of students from other countries each year, and in 2019 a total of 5036 international students were enrolled in the system (Censo Escolar, 2019), both foreigners and Brazilians born abroad/naturalized Brazilians. The scope of this research comprises of the two mesoregions of the state of Minas Gerais which hold the largest number of immigrants in school age, which are: the Metropolitan Region of Belo Horizonte and of the Rio Doce Valley. Based on the data from the 2019 School Census, it was possible to identify in which Regional Education Superintendences the students fitting this profile were enrolled, which were, in order: the Governador Valadares Regional Education Superintendence, the Coronel Fabriciano Regional Education Superintendence and the Metropolitan Regional Education Superintendence B. In face of the lack of teacher education initiatives aimed at helping teachers of the system to deal with such an increasing demand, this investigation proposes interviews with Portuguese Language teachers that work or have worked alongside this group in order to identify aspects of the teaching practice and to understand the demands for teacher education in each context researched. The conduction of this investigation is supported by the notions of education as a right (BRASIL, 1988; 1996; CANDAU, 2012); the teaching of Portuguese as a Hosting Language (GROSSO, 2010; MATEUS, 2011; LEAL & SANCHES, 2014); and the KARDS teacher education model proposed by Kumaravadivelu (2012).

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  • LEILA MARLI DE LIMA CAEIRO
  • O SUJEITO NO LIXO: uma análise transversal da representação das protagonistas em documentários

  • Líder : GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIO AUGUSTO BRAICO ANDRADE
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • EDUARDO ANTONIO DE JESUS
  • GIANI DAVID SILVA
  • SIMONE DE PAULA DOS SANTOS
  • WILIANE VIRIATO ROLIM
  • Data: 12-nov-2021
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  • O objetivo deste estudo é compreender como os sujeitos que trabalham em lixões se apresentam e são representados, discursivamente, nos documentários Boca de lixo (COUTINHO, 1992), Estamira (PRADO, 2004) e Aterro (REIS, 2011). Para tanto, construímos uma contextualização abordando a história dos documentários como um gênero híbrido, que se encontra ameio caminho entre o documento e a fabulação, devido à sua estrutura, intermediada entre o artístico, o fílmico e o informativo. Como pilares teórico-metodológicos, recorremos à Análise do Discurso (AD), a partir da Teoria Semiolinguística (TS), de Charaudeau (2013a; 2013b; 2014), que nos forneceu um corpo de conceitos e de categorias, acompanhado de um quadro metodológico, capaz de nos guiar na investigação. Assim, os estudos sobre os sujeitos no discurso, os imaginários sociodiscursivos, o contrato de comunicação e os modos de organização do discurso dos documentários são basilares para nossa análise. A AD, por ser umcampo interdisciplinar, permite uma interface com outras áreas do conhecimentoque dialoguem com os Estudos da Linguagem. Nossas análises apontaram que os três documentários brasileiros mostram distintas dinâmicas de registro da vida dessas pessoas, e os documentaristas, ao visibilizarem esses sujeitos em sua singularidade, lançaram mãos de estratégias para firmar um posicionamento político e ideológico, do qual todo discurso é portador. Nesse sentido é que se mostrou interessante analisar esses documentários, que se configuram como dispositivos de referência de um memorial sócio-histórico e que dão a conhecer um pouco sobre essas existências mínimas, relegadas àmargem social, geográfica, econômica e política. Ressaltamos que os sujeitos entrevistados nos documentários se apresentam e são representados em sua singularidade e não na totalidade de um grupo social, fazendo com que cada documentário assuma um lugar de afirmação da diversidade de experiências, identidades e linguagens. A visibilidade dada ao sujeito do discurso, por meio de sua voz, corpo e presença, fomenta o interesse pela história desse outro que vive em um lugar que parece ser possível de acessarmos apenas de forma mediada. Nossas conclusões indicam que as mulheres protagonizam as narrativas nos documentário se fazem uso da memória, como ferramenta de resgate de suas histórias, e ao visitar o passado, elas buscam imprimir sentido ao tempo presente. Por meio dessa narrativa, esse sujeito sócio-histórico se (re)constitui em seu ambiente de trabalho e doméstico, a partir dos modos de existência nesses espaços em que (sobre)vive. Os aterros e lixões,como lugares para onde são levados os restos recolhidos dos grandes centros urbanos, caracterizam-se ainda como espaços em que diferentes memórias se correlacionam. De um lado, tem-se a memória e história daquele que descartou o objeto; de outro, a memória daquele que, ao se encontrar com esse objeto descartado, ressignifica-o e, assim, ressignifica sua própria história. O documentário, assim, representa o dispositivo em que essas memórias e histórias foram resgatadas e registradas, constituindo-se, portanto, em uma memória externa dessas narrativas.

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  • ELIZIANE CRISTINA DA SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • The construction of visual narratives about the continent African in Exodus and Genesis, by Sebastião Salgado

  • Líder : WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • SIMONETTA PERSICHETTI
  • ANNA KARINA CASTANHEIRA BARTOLOMEU
  • Data: 13-dic-2021
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  •  Considering the relevance of the documentary work developed by photographer Sebastião Salgado and his relationship with the African continent throughout his career of more than 40 years, this research proposes a reading and analysis of the Exodus (2000) and Genesis (2013) photobooks. and seek elements and subsidies that lead us to understand how the construction of visual narratives about Africa takes place. We verified, from the discursive constructions or the photographic narratives, how the African continent was presented in each of the publications, considering that the photographer himself takes into account, in the elaboration of his books, the existence of an informative photographic language, which is constructed from the guiding lines that would be the story that the photographs tell and their importance in the set or context in which they are edited and published. For this verification, the images included in each of the narratives presented by Sebastião Salgado were compared, as well as examples of other works carried out by African photographers, namely, the Nigerian Akintude Akinleye and the South Africans Kevin Carter, Greg Marinovich, João Silva and Ken Oosterbroek. For the part of the research related to the book object, we work with the concepts of curation and editing and how these actions, interconnected, also influence the discursive constructions of these narratives that are presented to us. Here, we place the photographic technique in dialogue with the editing techniques and tools, approached to understand the construction of narratives in the book object. When we come to the imaginary construction of the African continent, we put Charaudeau's concepts of imaginary (Duran) and discursive imaginary into dialogue. We also use, in dialogue, the categories solidarity, affection, discursive beauty and event. These two lines led us to find the possibilities of reading these works and how they participate in the construction of circulating imaginaries about Africa, which, in the end, we realize do not differ from other narratives about that continent and which normally reach us in products informational or in novels and films.

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  • ALVARO JOSÉ DOS SANTOS GOMES
  • SOCIOINTERATIVE ENTROPY: from interaction to dropout in virtual learning environments in an initial training course for Spanish-speaking teachers.

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • RAFAEL VETROMILLE-CASTRO
  • VERA LÚCIA MENEZES DE OLIVEIRA E PAIVA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • VILSON JOSÉ LEFFA
  • Data: 15-dic-2021
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  • Research carried out by teachers who work in the Portuguese / Spanish Literature course at UFMS, in the distance modality, in addition to teaching experience, there is a recurrence of the phenomena of interaction as an element of balance or imbalance in the maintenance of the group. Thus, from the work of Parreiras (2005) and Vetromille-Castro (2007), whose research is closely related to the maintenance of groups based on the dynamics of Complex Adaptive Systems, the intention arose, within the scope of the Doctoral Program in Language Studies at CEFET-MG, to deepen the relationship between interactivity in virtual learning environments and the phenomenon of dropout, seeking to understand the patterns of interactivity within the AVA that precede school dropout. The research seeks to deepen the work carried out by Vetromille-Castro (2008) who addressed, in his doctoral thesis, socio-interactive entropy as an element that destabilizes any and all Complex Adaptive Systems constituting a Virtual Learning Environment. The author also points out that interaction is a systemic condition so that entropy does not overlap the functioning and dynamics of the group causing the closure of its cycle. In this way, we seek to find out in which dimension entropy destabilizes the system and at what moment it causes evasion. Indeed, based on these considerations, we seek to better understand our work as teachers at a public institution of higher education that seeks to find control mechanisms for evasion.

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  • JOÃO GUILHERME DIAS
  • A linguagem nômade de Guimarães Rosa

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • VERA LÚCIA DE CARVALHO CASA NOVA
  • JOSUE BORGES DE ARAUJO GODINHO
  • Data: 15-dic-2021
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  • A nossa pesquisa propõe a análise de alguns contos de João Guimarães Rosa sob as lentes de alguns conceitos da filosofia de Gilles Deleuze e Félix Guattari. Partimos da investigação de alguns mecanismos envolvidos na construção da representação clássica e na produção de sentido a fim de compreender como esses processos se alinham à forma como as subjetividades foram forjadas. É nosso interesse refletir sobre o modo como a linguagem se inscreve nessa relação de poder e atua na promoção dos processos de subjetivação. Os textos rosianos são analisados com o intuito de apresentar as possibilidades que tal literatura encena para uma fuga da plasticidade subjetiva que se opera, sobretudo, às custas do puro ato recognitivo oriundo da representação clássica. Conceitos filosóficos como o rizoma, o movimento aberrante, o nomadismo, o espaço liso, o espaço estriado e o campo de imanência são desenvolvidos a fim de que se possa demonstrar a presença de uma linguagem nômade no texto de João Guimarães Rosa. A pesquisa analisa também a forma como a cultura dominante impõe seus estratos sob a égide de um poder que sufoca as potencialidades do ser e como tal tema surge na obra rosiana por meio de sua radicalidade de linguagem.

2020
Disertaciones
1
  • MARINA DU BOIS E SOUZA
  • Dzi Croquettes, afirmación del cuerpo, diferencia.

  • Líder : LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • BRUNA FONTES FERRAZ
  • Data: 14-feb-2020
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  • A partir del estudio de DziCroquettes, un grupo de teatro musical carioca de los años 70, pretendemos analizar con esta investigación un tema muy importante en la actualidad: la afirmación del cuerpo. Es un estudio que busca, sobre todo, discutir y lanzar un enfoque sobre la urgencia imperiosa de pensar la diferencia, desde la propuesta de vida y arte de los Dzi, precursores artísticos de las discusiones sobre género y sexualidad en Brasil, que engendraron una revolución conductual, sexual y estética. Con este fin, la disertación tendrá el refuerzo filosófico de Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) y, algunos pensadores que tuvieron resonancia en este pensamiento, proponiendo un elogio al cuerpo, relacionándolos con las construcciones libertarias del grupo. La disertación también trabaja con Judith Butler y la teoría queer para discutir este cuerpo Dzi que actúa con expresiones de género fluido. 

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  • CAROLINE DIAMANTE PINHEIRO
  • Video clips appropriations in Latin America: how aesthetic, political and social gender issues permeate the language of the video clips Na Pele, So Yo and Deathless.

  • Líder : MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • Data: 27-feb-2020
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  • The video clip has extrapolated its music marketing function and has been used by artists and bands as a space for the circulation of minority discourses, in addition to being perceived as an environment conducive to aesthetic experimentation. Having these understandings about the video clip, this study verifies how social-political and gender issues can be perceived in the video clips Soy Yo, from the band Bomba Estéreo (Colombia), Na Pele, from the singers Elza Soares and Pitty (Brazil) and Deathless of the Ibeyi (Franco-Cuban) duo. The three works have as points of convergence the fact that they use women as protagonists, that they have singers / members of Latin American origin and that they transform private or collective experiences into a video clip language, in addition to the three clips having debuted in the same time (between 2016 and 2017). Thus, it became necessary to address, according to the needs of each video clip, the representation of Latin American women in audiovisual productions, as well as the role of music and video in Latino imaginary, especially migrants. This approach, made possible by the contribution of Professor María Elena Cepeda's studies. We also reviewed the history of feminism, told by Professor Constância Lima Duarte, as well as current statistics related to the condition of women. Ivana Bentes also made a crucial contribution in pointing out the use of the video clip as a reference for political debate, giving voice to minorities. Concepts such as testimony, memory, remembrance, used from the perspective of the philosopher Paul Ricœur and Jeanne Marie Gagnebin; archiving, from the historian Philippe Artières, as well as concepts by Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guatarri, and David Lapoujade and the sensitivity of Didi-Huberman, Frédéric Gros, Magda Guadalupe dos Santos and Simone de Beavouir gave this study important contributions that made it possible to reflect on the language of the video clip as a form of resistance. Language, thought of as a possibility of interior projection and perception of the other, according to the perceptions of Ana Kiffer and Jacques Rancière, were also taken into consideration, as well as the differences in the language of the video clips in relation to the cinematic language pointed out by Phillippe Dubois and Arlindo Machado. Thus, the urgencies of each video clip in the body of this dissertation, in addition to the actions of resistance and empowerment, are strongly present, regardless of whether the clips have an approximation with elements of cinema or if they take advantage of the possibilities of digital and prioritize aesthetic experimentation.

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  • ADRIANA LACERDA DE BRITO
  • THE WORLD IS MAYBE
    Interpretations of space in A Rosa do Povo e Claro Enigma by Carlos Drummond de Andrade

  • Líder : LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • Data: 28-feb-2020
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  • This work proposes a reflection on the conceptions of space presented in the books A Rosa do Povo (1945) and Claro Enigma (1951) by Carlos Drummond de Andrade, from the perspective of creation. From an interdisciplinary interest, we propose a dialogue between theoreticians of Literature and Geography to initially establish a perspective of the landscape, treated as analogous to the image in processes of production and reception of what makes up the vision. At the limit between the disciplinary fields, derivations of the landscape emerge, which become evident as the notions of country and travel, recurring themes in the selected works. The transition from the poetic forms of the books between the periods of publication reflects the great political and social transformations that are characteristic of the poet, but also of the society and of the cities addressed by him. Such places cross life and the world in constant reaffirmation of “space time”. 

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  • ANNA GABRIELA RODRIGUES CARDOSO
  • Discusive images of women soccer fans in and out of stadium grandstand 

  • Líder : LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • LUCIANA APARECIDA SILVA DE AZEREDO
  • MÁRCIA FONSECA AMORIM
  • Data: 28-feb-2020
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    The presence of women in different social spaces, denied to them in different periods, in Brazil and in the world, is a largely discussed subject in researches in Social Sciences, Humanities, Psychology, Physical Education, among other areas of knowledge. For some years, these studies have shown that the presence of women in the football environment is growing and that changes in the forms of cheering have been occurring. The theme of football has also been addressed by linguistic studies, with research that discuss everything from publications on football in Brazil to speeches by fans and organized cheerleaders, for example. In this project, more specifically based on the French Discourse Analysis, from which it is understood that the discursive manifestations are in social mobilizations, we seek to analyze the discursive images about and of women soccer fans in the relationships established between them, with their fans and fans of rival teams, in the stadium grandstand space. In this sense, we intend to understand the conditions of discourse production, supported by the social practices of the subjects in different discursive spaces. Facing the association between language, interaction activity and knowledge, we have began from an interdisciplinary problematic, in which the semiolinguistic field allows the researcher to relate social and meaning. Therefore, from the Semiolinguistic Theory, it is possible to understand the meanings that build shared information in different communication situations. In this way, time, space and hypotheses are ordered to build the discursive competence, which, in turn, is manipulated by the enunciators to produce meanings permeated by social bonds. Based on the Semiolinguistic Theory proposed by Patrick Charaudeau and on his researches about the sociodiscursive imaginary and Identity (CHARAUDEAU, 2005, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017), we seek to understand how these meanings are built in the relationship between the implicit and the explicit that permeate the Images of self constructed in the discourse - from the ethos approach proposed by Amossy (2014) and Maingueneau (2014). Our corpus is composed of transcribed fans testimonials participating in the first ―Mulheres de Arquibancada‖ (2017), during the assembly in which women took the stage to denounce cases of harassment and sexist, but this was also an open space for proposals for improvements on the subject. In view of the narratives and arguments presented by the fans, we understood that the possible interpretations present in our corpus result from the knowledge exposed by the enunciators that make use of the images of themselves (and the other), based on the approximations and rupture with the sociodiscursive imaginary, composed of social roles attributed to women fans in the stands and within their fan club. In an effort to resist the prejudices that exist in football as a social practice - recognized as a ―man's thing‖ - the fans build different ethé, of which we highlight the ethos of character, solidarity and self-affirmation, which give off images of pride, resilience and credibility, among many others.Finally, studies on the ways of cheering enriched the interdisciplinary trait of this research, in which we understand identities as social and
    discursive, that is why women's belonging to football arouses conflicts related to the roles attributed to her in society as a whole.

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  • LUCAS DIEGO GONÇALVES DA COSTA
  • POETICS OF THE VIRTUAL SPACE: Diference , videogames and simulacrum

  • Líder : JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA SANTIAGO SOBRINHO
  • WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
  • CARLOS MURILO DA SILVA VALADARES
  • Data: 10-mar-2020
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  • This research intends to think of the ecosystem and the video games industry through the lens of the philosophy of Deleuze-Guattari and other thinkers who densify the readings of the arts and various forms of expression in their relations with other aspects of the social fabric. For this, we seek to use the conceptual apparatus provided by philosophy to examine games in their multiple dispositions in contemporary territory. Putting the video game between difference and simulacrum, that is, showing its diverging powers and its idiosyncratic expressions that transcend representation, but whose meanings, as proposed by Deleuze, emerge through a series of paradoxes, occur in fields of tension between forces that seek to intensify different facets of what makes up the playful experience. It is expressive although it is compulsive, transgressive although alienating, artistic although the product of capital. And in the midst of these tensions and contradictions that are not worth resolving, there is a search for the meaning and symbolic value of works that are the product and production of a technology inseparable from contemporary socius. Creations that are, at the same time, manifestations of an affirmative power brought about by technology and the product of an alienating capitalist system, of a technology that, based on the ideal of a permanent progress, ends up hiding its multiple political, social, economic and environmental developments. We aspire to think how experience and creation, especially in the creation of the game, can serve as an escape route to the utilitarian existence in the control society. Therefore, an approximation between games and other modes of the arts is necessary.

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  • IZABEL MARIA FONSECA VIEIRA SÁ
  • O livro-lápide de Ana Rosa: testemunho e luto na literatura de Bernardo Kucinski

  • Líder : RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Lisa Carvalho Vasconcellos
  • Data: 31-mar-2020
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  • In this masters dissertation, we aim to analyze the books K: relato de um a busca e Os visitantes, by B. Kucinski. The narratives were composed from a family trauma: the disappearance of the writer's sister, Ana Rosa Kucinski, during the Brazilian military dictatorship (1964-1985). In this way, we will establish relationships between the author's life and his work. The books, at the same time, approach and move away from biographical genres and testimony literature. We will observe the discursive choices that either attest or deny the fictional character of the narratives. We will also discuss the role of literature in the elaboration of trauma and as mourning work, considering the possibilities and limits of representation, which go through both language and ethical issues. Starting from literary studies, we work with theories of memory and testimony, observing the interdisciplinarity that these currents establish with history and psychoanalysis.

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  • FABIANA APARECIDA DE ALMEIDA PINTO
  • A engenharia didática e sua contribuição para as práticas dos multiletramentos em textos publicitários multimodais

  • Líder : LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIA MARA DE SOUZA
  • FRANCIS ARTHUSO PAIVA
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • PATRICIA RODRIGUES TANURI BAPTISTA
  • Data: 16-abr-2020
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  • This research aims to verify to what extent the organization and implementation of a didactic device in accordance with the standards of Didactic Engineering can contribute to the construction of the practices for multi-literacy of multimodal texts in the teaching and learning process of 8th grade students. Among the justifications for conducting this research, we highlight that the Didactic Engineering theory brings its contributions as an experimentation methodology and also as promotion of systematic interventional practices, so the students appropriates progressively of the communicative activities in which they are inserted. It is important to emphasize that the interventional action needs to be planned, with clear and defined objectives, as well as consider the means that will be used to achieve the previously established purposes (BNCC, 2017). The proposed hypothesis is that, with the planning and implementation of devices systematically designed through Didactic Engineering, the students of basic education will be able to develop their multi-literacy skills related to multimodal texts, as well as understand the socio-communicative functioning of the institutional advertising genre. As theoretical reference for this work, the research uses authors such as Bahhtin [1929] 2006, Bronckart (1999), Dolz, Noverraz, Schneuwly (2004), Roxane Rojo (2012), Vygotsky, Santaella (2012). As methodology, we developed an applied research project. In this sense, the type of research adopted will be an applied research, which seeks to contribute to a proposal for didactic strategies – mediated and systematized by the teacher - in order to mitigate the difficulties demonstrated by students in relating the multiple languages of the genre institutional advertising with focus in the construction of different semioses. We brought an application of diagnostic activity that assesses some reading skills; sequentially, the realization of the workshops systematically organized from the diagnostic activity and, finally, the application of reading activity with the same purpose as the one previously applied, in order to analyze the practices carried out especially during the development of the workshops. Through comparisons between the results obtained by the students in the diagnostic activity and in the activities of the workshops, it was possible to verify the development of students' reading skills. The results show that, during the workshops, teaching reading skills requires a systematic work, planned by a teacher / engineer who promotes constant learning mediation. Given these systematizations of didactic strategies, we can say that the Didactic Engineering tools were efficient for the development of students' reading skills. They positioned in a participatory and critical way in the construction of new learning. Thus, we believe in the need for investment in the organization of Didactic Engineering projects, which explore the reading of different multimodal texts, in order to allow students to be able to read critically other genres that they face in their social environment, especially those that use multimodal language.

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  • MÁRCIA REGINA ROMANO
  • Uma costura a várias mãos: estudo do processo de produção e revisão textual de peças gráficas no Sesc em Minas Gerais

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • LUCIANA SALAZAR SALGADO
  • Data: 11-may-2020
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  • From a simple poster that we see posted on a wall to a large advertising campaign that circulates in the media, everything is part of the organizational discourse of companies. They produce their speeches in order to promote products and services, but also to establish a relationship with their audiences and build their image. This research had as its object the production process of graphic pieces intended for dissemination at the Social Service of Commerce institution (regional unit Minas Gerais). Sesc has a team of professionals who internally carry out all work with the texts, and the focus of this research is the stage of text review -the process of editorial co-announcement. From the notion of editorial genetic rites (SALGADO, 2016, 2017) and based on the theoretical and methodological assumptions of the french discourse analysis, mainly by Dominique Maingueneau (1997; 2004; 2006; 2008; 2009; 2016), a set of printed and digital graphic pieces for different audiences was analyzed. It was possible to perceive how the constitution of a work team configures discursively the authorial instance that embodies the ethos of the institution, built even through visual resources. In addition, it was possible to understand how the speeches construct the enunciative place of their reader. All movements in the textual mesh are made possible from the opening in the discursive thread that is provided by the reading offered by the text reviewer, the editorial co-announcer.

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  • JESSICA LOBATO FERREIRA
  • Imprensa e imaginários sociais: um estudo dos jornais O Radical e O Rebate – Carangola, MG

  • Líder : JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • IRLEN ANTONIO GONCALVES
  • JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN JUNIOR
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • Data: 27-may-2020
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  • The objective of this work is to identify which images of citizens from the city of Carangola were constructed by the newspapers O Radical(1891) and O Rebate(1893) at the turn from the 19th to the 20th century. We realize the need for more regionalised studies, which involve interdisciplinary research concerning the press, addressing the newspapers in their different possibilities and contexts for analysis development. Given the economic, social and cultural prominence of the city of Carangola, Minas Gerais / Brazil, as a pole that published several journals, still little explored in research, we consider it important to carry out a study of the aforementioned newspapers, published in the city. We understand that these newspapers sought to establish links between news organizations and the community in which they were located. In some reports, we noticed a proximity of the newspapers with their readers, in which we found information about the behavior and events related to people and families considered as models, exemplars. Although at the time these sections did not yet constitute what we now call “social column”, we classified them this way due to their thematic corpus and their textual characteristics. In the “social column”, the construction of the image of the ideal Carangolan citizen, by the newspapers, is more evident, since the characters that make up the narrative are idealized from real beings, named and characterized. In the second session, we return, in a historical overview, to some of the issues that influenced the production of the aforementioned newspapers and discuss in which economic, social, political and cultural scenario they weredeveloped. In the third session, we deepen our debate through the following concepts discussed by Patrick Charaudeau (2014; 2016; 2017): language, discourse and social imaginary. We also define the social column genre and its characteristics. Thus, it was possible to analyze the social imaginary and evaluate the image of Carangolan citizens that was built and supported by these newspapers. We conclude that the image constructed and represented by the newspapers of an ideal Carangolan citizen, also an ideal reader of the news, is characterized by the figure of a successful white man; outstanding in his profession or activity; a powerful, influential and highly esteemed man in the social environment in which he lives; a virtuous man, committed to his family obligations and used to the knowledge and characteristics linked to the ideal models of attitudes and sophistications from European culture. The "social columns" function as a kind of “showcase”, where the personalities of the elites have their ideal values and models of conduct displayed to the whole society.

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  • Vanderlucia Aparecida da Costa
  •  

    Blogueiras Negras: background and editorial proposal


  • Líder : LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • Data: 26-jun-2020
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    This research aims to demonstrate how the publication tool Blogueiras Negras is inserted in the research and editing work, allowing the dissemination of the history of black women, at the same time as the academic recognition of the socio-cultural relevance of collective production, legitimizes their narratives and inscribe them as participants and protagonists of their histories and the history of the nation. To this end, a brief history of the emergence of the black press in Brazil is outlined, which, although marginal, is quite significant, as a record and mark of struggle and resistance of Afro-Brazilians. The appropriation of the concepts of field and habitus, coined by Bourdieu (1989), makes the construction of an understanding of the editorial strategies developed by the bloggers in the consolidation of their instrument effective, whereas a reference for the publication of black authors and, still, using the hegemonic artisans, in the construction of significant counter-hegemonic symbolic capital. The political and mobilizing potential provided by cyberspace overflows to the real world in such a way that initiatives, such as Blogueiras Negras, stand out and are confused as to the reverberations in both spaces. The interlocution of virtual and real actions, promoted by collective blogging, comes close to what Oliveira (2018) agreed to treat by quilombo editorial, a perspective that supports the reading of this work, locating it editorially, although in cyberspace. This research also focuses on the diverse feminist aspects, which guide the articles published by black women on the Blogueiras Negras website, as well as analyzing the organization, visual identity and the explanation of a black female point of view in these publications. Recognizing the editorial bias of Blogueiras Negras, especially regarding the selection, editing and publication of the texts transmitted, through the website and its social networks, is to enroll them in the select roll of the editors, making them active participants in the field of struggles for the rupture of the symbolic violence to which black women have historically been subjected to and, all together, proposing new and other ways of thinking and producing the world culturally and epistemically.


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  • LUIZA XAVIER DE MIRANDA FERREIRA
  • “OS KARAS” DE PEDRO BANDEIRA: uma análise dos elementos do projeto gráfico e do paratexto das edições da série

  • Líder : MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GUILHERME TRIELLI RIBEIRO
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • Data: 30-jun-2020
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  • The research describes and analyzes the elements of the graphic project and the elements of the paratext of the five editions of the series “Os Karas”, by Pedro Bandeira, published by Moderna. “Os Karas” series is formed by A droga da obediência, published in 1984, Pântano de sangue, in 1987, Anjo da morte, in 1988, A droga do amor, in 1993, Droga de americana!, in 1999 and A droga da amizade, in 2014. For this research, the editions were classified according to the publication date. The Edição 80, therefore, includes the books published over the 1980s, the Edição 90, over the 1990s, and the Edições 2003, 2009 and 2014 were published in the respective years. The research was motivated by the attempt to understand the reasons that led to the publication of the new editions of the series. The analysis and the comparison of the elements, thereby, were made in order to investigate the following hypothesis: the changes were made so that the graphic project and the paratext could convey a conception of young people more consistent with the generation of readers of each era. To carry out the research, it was necessary to first investigate the concepts of youth and adolescence, the particularities of the Brazilian young adult literature, its growth and consolidation in Brazil and the questioning about young adult as a “gender” due to its inherent relationship to the school institution. It was also necessary to understand the elaboration of the graphic project of a book, and highlight the notes on image, front cover and paratext, a term coined by Gérard Genette. The research corpus, formed by the 24 books of the series, is part of the collection of public libraries, school and university libraries from Belo Horizonte. The analyzed elements were classified into five groups: book format and type of paper; front cover and attachments (back cover, spine, french flaps, endpapers, binding); illustrations; composition of the written text (typography, text alignment, characters per line, hyphenation, numbering); peritext (title page, copyright page, dedication, table of contents, chapter title, endnote and footnote, colophon, the author bio and pieces of information about the work). It was found that the conception of young people as a forward-looking person and a defender of the values of freedom, equality and justice, remained over the editions. However, some perceptible changes were made to the elements of the graphic project and the paratext in an attempt to update the books and the consequent approach with new generations of readers. Other hypothesis emerged along the research to explain the publication of new editions of the series, as commercial motivations and the need to standardize the book series.

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  • MYRNA CASTELO REIS
  • O uso das TDIC’s para o fomento de letramentos digitais em Belém:Projeto ALFAMAT

  • Líder : LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ ANTONIO RIBEIRO
  • MARIA DO ROSARIO ALVES PEREIRA
  • Maria Catarina Paiva Repolês
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 10-jul-2020
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  • This research project is about educacional computer room (ECR) and mathematical literacy read and writh ( ALFAMAT) from the municipal e secretary of Belém ( SEMEC). In the goal to investigate about the process of teacher training given by the program ALFAMAT, as well as the effect of this formation in the organization of planning, and the constrution of teaching materials an didatic devices foccusing in digital literacy.The research takes the qualitative approch case study, method bibliografic using the survey and document analysis for the constuction of informative data.The foccus of the research will be the pedagogical pratice that occurs in the SIE, wich will results in the knowledge of training process of SIE teachers by the program ALFAMAT.It’s scientific research is relevant to documentary record from the program ALFAMAT, because it favors greater visibility to training projects from SEMEC/ Belém, it also serves to reflect and improve its teacher training process and consequently the acquisition of necessary pedagogic skills aimed to training students to deal with digital information and communication technologies ( TIDCs), consciously and productively.

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  • ALEXANDRE LAGE ALVARENGA JUNIOR
  • URBAN SKETCHERS: Um panorama sobre os livros de participantes do movimento no Brasil

  • Líder : ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MATEUS ROSADA
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • PAULA RENATA MELO MOREIRA
  • Data: 30-jul-2020
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  • The Urban Sketchers group is destined to artists, architects, designers and people interested in Urban Sketching. It was created in 2007 by the illustrator Gabriel Campanario with the goal to estimulate, promote and conect people interested in the practiceof the Urban Sketching, made through direct observation, in loco, without the use of photography. Estimulated by the manifest of the group, people gather to draw the city, doing a register of time and place, sharing the creations online afterwards. Despite this, one of the most proficient ways to share and propagate the movement is through the book. This dissertation has the goal to create an editorial history about these publications moved by the group, with a focus on the brazilian market. Which are the printed books by Urban Sketchers launched in Brazil since the creation of the group in 2007? Who are the authors and publishing houses responsible for the publication of these books? How was the editorial process of them? What is the reader publicprofileof these books? Those are some questions that were brought and answered during the research. To accomplish that it was usedsome methodological proceduresto create the history of the movement and its editorial outlook that involved research through blogs and sites about the group, a data record sheetwith information collectedfrom the books of the corpus, application of a quiz to some professional behind the material, with focus on the authors, alongside some editors. To know the reader public of these books it was done an online quiz, that collected information to identify the type of people who reads these books inside the Urban Sketchers movement. For the theoretical building of the work it was used researches that dialogues with multiple areas: for theconstruction of a dialogue between the citym the drawing and the book, the works ofBinho Barreto (2007); Brígida Campbell (2014); Karina Kuschnir (2012), Paulo Tôrres (2016; 2017a; 2017b) and Raro de Oliveira (2019); To verify the agents of these publications and the book as an object: Ana Elisa Ribeiro (2016; 2018a; 2018b), Chris Anderson (2006), John B. Thompson (2013), Roger Chartier (2014) and Robert Darnton (2010). For last, to understand the practices of some editorial houses responsible for these publications, it wasnecessary to understand the mechanisms used by these so-calledindependents initiatives, throughthe works of: Alice Bicalho (2007), Gilles Colleu (2007) e José Muniz Jr. (2016).This work itself concluded that it is important to start documenting the history of the Urban Sketchers Movement, that in its brief existence already made important actions about topics such as the drawing and the city, in a global scale, and the dissertationis aware of the possibilities of creating a base work, that can be consulted by other researches to get going with the research itself, that hasmaterial and corpus to be looked at different perspectives, and that showcases important figures behind the books of the corpus, building also an academic platform for the preservation of their works as book professionals.

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  • ÍSIS CAROLINA VIDAL FONSECA
  • O QUEBRA NOZES E AS TRADUÇÕES DOS PERSONAGENS: Do Século XIX ao Século XXI

  • Líder : OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANGELA VIEIRA CAMPOS
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • OLGA VALESKA SOARES COELHO
  • Data: 31-jul-2020
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  • This paper main theme is the translation of the fairy tale The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, written by E.T.A. Hoffmann, and the ballet The Nutcracker, composed by Tchaikovsky and Marius Petipa, to the film The Nutcracker and the Four Realms,directed by Lasse Hallströmand Joe Johnston. We compared these three pieces highlighting relevant things used in the translation. In spite of the little success, the film brings a contemporary vision of the ballet and the fairy tale. An art piece demandsa translator and it may or may not allow a translation to reach new publics, new generations and new interpretations. A translation is not less when we compared with the original piece but it is related to the original. Translations guarantee the art’s survival trough time and shows the intimated relationship between languages, like writing, body and film. Translations are beyond just highlighting superficial resemblances. They reveal deep interpretations layers. Each language passes the content in different ways revealing different meanings. Therefore, translations may find the original’s echo and move it to another language, another cultural historic context. These echoes might be the art’s atmosphere, which help us understand better how it influences their meanings. The film mix together Hoffmann’s dark atmosphere with Tchaikovsky’s joyous and festive atmosphere.

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  • ALEXSANDRA SANTOS REIS
  • O uso do Facebook como plataforma de debates polarizados

  • Líder : CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • HELCIRA MARIA RODRIGUES DE LIMA
  • Data: 28-ago-2020
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  • This study focuses on discussions that have emerged on Facebook about the
    role of teacher in the classroom. There are two opposed movements: School without
    Party (SWP) and Teachers against School without Party (TASWP). This study aims to
    analyze on Facebook comments the discourses of legitimation and the role of teacher
    pictured by the two groups. It is used the methodological framework based on French
    discourse analysis Michael Pêcheux. The corpora are formed by discourses selected on
    the Internet taking into account important dates such as 2004 and 2005 when SWP and
    TASWP were respectively created and periods between 2014 and 2019 when bills have
    been proposed. The analysis of the discourse aim to question: I) To which extent may
    this research contribute to understand the political-ideological polarizations that
    interfere in the discourses and the control of meaning of the two groups ideologically
    opposed within the Facebook platform? II) Which are the effects of meanings
    introduced into subject’s discourses (social, collective and discursive memories) by both
    groups taking into consideration the social ideological historical context? III) How can
    the representations that reinforce the divergent world’s view and are based on politicalideological
    perspective related to the role of teacher and his/her teaching performance
    be analyzed on Facebook comments posted by members of both SWP and TASWP
    groups?

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  • LUIZA FONTES MARTINS
  • Art meets advertising: The construction of an aesthetic language from the game between words and images

  • Líder : ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE DE SOUZA MUNIZ JUNIOR
  • MIRIAN SOUSA ALVES
  • PABLO ALEXANDRE GOBIRA DE SOUZA-RICARDO
  • ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • Data: 31-ago-2020
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  • The object of this study is to reflect about the confluence maintained between art and communication in relation to the advertising discourse, seeking to understand the artistic influences in the aesthetic work with the image and the word in the composition of some advertising campaigns. The intention is to propose a reflection capable of highlighting the points of contact between both fields, keeping in perspective the issues related to the creative process involved in the production of art pieces and advertising. Research will be necessary to understand not only the points of connection between artistic and advertising manifestations, as far as aesthetic issues are concerned, but will also seek to understand how and for what reasons communication may be seeking support in artistic language to match the demands of society.

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  • PAULA ROBERTA DA SILVA SOUZA
  • O Discurso Político na Comissão da Verdade: Uma análise discursiva dos pronunciamentos de Dilma Rousseff

  • Líder : CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • CLAUDIO HUMBERTO LESSA
  • Georgiana Luna Batinga
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • Data: 04-sep-2020
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  • A presente dissertação tem como objetivo investigar, sob a luz da Análise Crítica de Discurso (ACD), de que forma foram dispostos elementos para a construção de sentido nas elocuções da ex-presidenta Dilma Rousseff nas cerimônias de instalação da Comissão Nacional da Verdade e entrega do Relatório Final. Recorre-se aos conceitos de discurso político de Patrick Charaudeau, de hegemonia de Gramsi e ideologia de Althusser para constituição do arcabouço teórico para a análise. Além desses referenciais, a pesquisa emprega o Modelo Tridimensional da ACD, bem como conceitos de Ordens do Discurso de Michel Foucault para o entendimento das relações de poder e das relações entre o sujeito e a estrutura do Estado expressas na conciliação de interesses na constituição da Comissão e das elocuções. A escolha pelo corpus se deu por se tratar de elocuções marcantes na história brasileira, ocorridas em eventos que marcaram a instituição de uma Comissão capaz de investigar violações de Direitos Humanos durante a ditadura militar no Brasil, uma das iniciativas para recuperação da memória dos anos de chumbo no Brasil e fazer justiça aos mortos e desaparecidos no período. A investigação buscou reconstruir a trajetória de vida de Dilma Rousseff, o histórico de ações em prol da rememoração das vítimas após a redemocratização, além de realizar uma breve contextualização sobre o conteúdo dos relatórios e situação política do governo de Dilma Rousseff, bem como um panorama sobre o trabalho exercido pela CNV. Como resultado, dispõe-se que as falas analisadas apontam forte tendência à valorização de instituições democráticas, projetam que o Governo Federal deve se responsabilizar e agir de forma a inibir novos abusos e tenta incutir valores de que toda a população brasileira deve ser responsável por promover e fortalecer a democracia.

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  • JUÇARA VALENTINO DA SILVA REIS
  • TRADUÇÃO E EDIÇÃO ARTES DO INVISÍVEL: Tradução hipoteticamenteeditada de Rosie Carpe, de Marie NDiaye

  • Líder : ANDREA SOARES SANTOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • JOSE DE SOUZA MUNIZ JUNIOR
  • MARIA JULIANA GAMBOGI TEIXEIRA
  • Data: 10-sep-2020
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  • Basé sur le conceptde Traduction Matérielle, proposé par la chercheuse Juliana Di Fiori Pondian (2020) et la théorie du Champ, de Pierre Bourdieu (1996), ce travail propose la traduction et une édition hypothétique du roman Rosie Carpe, de l'écrivain français Marie NDiaye. Selon Pondian, le processus éditorial peut être visible et investi de sens, faisant partie de la génération de sens du produit final. Par conséquent, un projet de traduction créative peut envisager tous les aspects physiques, matériels, graphiques et organisationnels du livre dans un processus de «trans-éditotorialisation».En pensant à la traduction comme une possibilité d'échange de capital symbolique entre différentes cultures, nous cherchons également à analyser le processus préalable à la transpositiond'une langue à une autre: le choix de l'auteur et de l'œuvre à traduire. Les prix littéraires jouent encore un rôle important dans la consécration d'un auteur dans le champs littéraire. Cette direction nous a conduit à remettre en question la représentativité des œuvres écrites par des femmes, en particulier des femmes noires, dans les prix littéraires français et, parmi ces œuvres, à en choisir une encore inédite au Brésil pour la traduction. En apportant encore une autre œuvre de Marie NDiaye au champ littéraire brésilien, nous entendons contribuer à ce que les œuvres produites par des femmes noires soient de plus en plus présentes au milieu littéraire historiquement occupé par des hommes blancs.

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  • ARIANE ALVES EUFRASIO DE PAULA
  • Knowledge and assembly: a study of Cheese and worms, by Carlo Ginzburg

  • Líder : CLÁUDIA CRISTINA MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • BRUNA FONTES FERRAZ
  • Data: 14-sep-2020
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  •  

    This paper aims at investigating the relation that exists between the knowledge and the assembly in the book O queijo e os vermes, written by the italian historian Carlo Ginzburg, originally published in 1976. This book, reconstitutes and tells Domenico Scandella’s history, also known as Menocchio, a farmer that has had his own ideas repressed by the inquisitorial power in the 16th century. The knowledge and the readings that Menocchio used to construct his own cosmogony are investigated based on Michel Foucault's thought on discourse, knowledge and power, and also regarding the concept of assembly (montage) from Georges Didi-Huberman. The investigations of Professor Ivan Domingues about transdisciplinarity collaborated in the sense of considering that Menocchio’s cosmogony puts into movement the field of knowledge, reinventing new possibilities.

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  • ISABELA SOARES DE ALMEIDA DIAS
  • POSSIBILIDADES CRÍTICAS EM CURSOS LIVRES DE INGLÊS: O LIVRO DIDÁTICO COMO POSSÍVEL INSTRUMENTO DE TRANSFORMAÇÃO

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LARISSA ADORNO MARCIOTTO OLIVEIRA
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 16-sep-2020
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  • Taking into consideration private English schools in the city of Belo Horizonte, this research has had as its main objective to investigate the existence, in this context, of critical teaching possibilities through the usage of course books and considering the post method condition. There is a massive use of course books within private English schools and understanding how English teachers deal with and relate to this material, associated with approaches and methods used inside the classroom, has been fundamental to analyse, if there are, critical teaching possibilities. As the theoretical background for this dissertation the following topics were considered: Critical Applied Linguistics (PENNYCOOK, 1998, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2010), Critical Pedagogy (FREIRE, 2000, 2014a, 2014b), the Post Method condition (KUMARAVADIVELU, 1994, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006) and theories regarding course books (CHOPIN, 2004, 2009; SILVA, 2016, 2020, TOMLINSON, 2006). To reach the outlined objectives for this investigation, interviews have been made with fifteen English teachers, from private language schools in Belo Horizonte, in which teachers were requested to talk about their practices inside the classroom, as well as to describe how they would use a specific course book lesson in class. To analyse the assembled data obtained during the interviews, Content Analysis (BARDIN, 2016) has been used, observing elements which could relate to the theoretical background considered for the research. Through the interpretation of the answers given by the interviewed teachers, it has been possible to establish that there is a movement from teachers to critical possibilities, since they seem to demonstrate interest in the topic, believe in the importance of developing critical skills in students and also, they seem themselves as educators. However, it has been noticed that there is a theoretical unfamiliarity about what critical pedagogy is and also the methods and approaches used by these teachers, as well as a reliance on the course book, from the schools, and as a consequence, from the teachers.

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  • JESSICA MARIANA ANDRADE TOLENTINO
  • A LITERATURA PARA CRIANÇAS E JOVENS SOB COERÇÕES: uma análise crítica do PNLD Literário

  • Líder : MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • FABIOLA RIBEIRO FARIAS
  • Data: 04-nov-2020
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  • En esta investigación se busca comprender cómo el Programa Nacional do Livro e do Material Didático (PNLD) concibe la literatura para niños y jóvenes. Para ello, se analiza la convocatoria de solicitudes de registro y evaluación de libros literarios del PNLD Literário 2018 y 2020, que van desde los criterios de evaluación adoptados por el programa hasta la caracterización de obras y del material complementario de apoyo a los docentes. El análisis documental destaca tres aspectos en particular: i) la calidad literaria, ii) la escolarización de la literatura y iii) la concepción del libro como objeto material. El trabajo también presenta una revisión histórica y bibliográfica del campo de la literatura infantil y juvenil, así como de las políticas públicas del libro y la lectura en Brasil. La investigación se basa en el entendimiento de que las políticas públicas, por su carácter legislativo, potencial económico, poder de ejecución y consagración, tienen una gran influencia en el campo editorial brasileño, especialmente en el segmento infantil y juvenil. Desde esta perspectiva, busca dilucidar las bases históricas, políticas, económicas y culturales sobre las que se desarrolla la literatura infantil y juvenil brasileña y la formación inicial del lector literario en el país. Como fundamento teórico se utilizan los estudios de Pierre Bourdieu, Lígia Chiappini, Marisa Lajolo y Regina Zilberman, Kazumi Munakata, Zohar Shavit y Magda Soares. Con ello, se establece un diálogo entre los campos editorial, literario y educativo. Se observa, a partir del análisis, que el PNLD Literario valora una concepción pedagógica de literatura, restringiendo la autonomía de profesores y estudiantes, vetando la condición estética de las obras literarias y transformándolas en material didáctico de apoyo.  El programa asigna objetivos utilitarios y misiones moralizadoras a la literatura, sirviendo como referencia conductual para los niños y como mecanismo de transmisión de contenidos.

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  • VIVIAN CRISTIANE TEIXEIRA
  • Divulgação do conhecimento e imaginário: uma abordagem discursiva da exposição Demasiado Humano, do Espaço do Conhecimento UFMG

  • Líder : CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA BARBOSA MOREIRA
  • MARIANA JAFET CESTARI
  • MÓNICA GRACIELA ZOPPI FONTANA
  • BETHANIA SAMPAIO CORREA MARIANI
  • Data: 05-nov-2020
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  • This work analyzes the discursive functioning of the exhibition Demasiado Humano, from Espaço do Conhecimento UFMG and seeks to understand the meanings produced about knowledge from different significant materialities, such as language, animations and installations. The theoretical and methodological perspective adopted was Discourse Analysis of the French line - with Michel Pechêux (2014), and its developments in Brazil, mainly with Eni Orlandi (2009) - and its interface with the History of Linguistic Ideas (HIL) from by Sylvain Auroux (2009). In the research, we work from the idea that the exhibition constitutes a Discourse of Dissemination of Knowledge (DDC). Methodologically, it is observed that the exhibition operates: what it shows as the Discourse of Dissemination of Scientific Knowledge (DDCI) and the discourse of dissemination of non-scientific knowledge, making it possible, through linguistic-discursive analyzes, to understand the imaginary produced in these two aspects. Thus, scientific knowledge produces effects of meanings of objectivity, experimentation, linearity, completeness. While the discourse of disseminating non-scientific knowledge produces less transparent sense effects, which allow greater openness to creation and inventiveness. In the analysis of other significant materialities, we could see the evidence of the meanings produced by scientific knowledge in relation to other forms of knowledge, the silencing of the processes of knowledge production and a certain naturalization of the use of technology as discursive materiality. We conclude that the museum's predominant meanings of knowledge are related to the idea of scientificity, but that other forms of knowledge emerge in order to make this sense slip.

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  • NARJARA RODRIGUES PIMENTA
  • Assis Horta: retratos de família

  • Líder : RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RONIERE SILVA MENEZES
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • JOELMA REZENDE XAVIER
  • Data: 06-nov-2020
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  • This work focus in the analisys of family portraits in studio and itinerance activities by the photografher Assis Horta, born in Diamantina, in period of New State (1937-1945) from the perspective of translation and cultural difference, concepts presented and explored by Jacques Derrida and some of his followers. Postcolonial philosopher Homi K. Bhabha suggests, in a series of articles gathered in the volume The Place of the Culture (2007), from the derridian perspective, that the world can be read like words are read and the several cultures, as interdisciplinary texts, therefore, “translatable” from a historical-political-social context to another. This adaptation process of cultural narratives generates other discursive texts that can be analyzed from cultural products such as photographic portraits, where micro-aspects of scenarios, pose, body gestures, clothing, etc, allow us to glimpse plastic and social compositions that, the one time, contest and settle. In this way, the production of the first photographic records of ordinary people at the beginning of the 20th century becomes particularly interesting.

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  • MARIA FERNANDA LACERDA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Learning experiences and motivation in the initial training of Spanish teachers: the paths between learning and teaching

  • Líder : VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUCIANA APARECIDA SILVA DE AZEREDO
  • SHEILLA ANDRADE DE SOUZA
  • VICENTE AGUIMAR PARREIRAS
  • Data: 10-dic-2020
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  • The discussions about education concerning language learning process have been constant. And it is not different when it comes to learning Spanish in Spanish courses and undergraduate letters. There are many questions from future teachers about how to proceed in the classroom so that their students want to learn and really learn. In addition, understanding the initial formation of the process as a reflective process, impregnated with various experiences throughout the course, it is necessary to clarify what are the learning experiences in the degree that influence the motivation to learn Spanish and be a student teacher. of letters / Spanish. From this, the research of this master's degree aims to understand how learning experiences influence the motivation of undergraduate students in letters / Spanish from a public university. Therefore, this qualitative, naturalistic and phenomenological research is characterized as a case study of an ethnographic nature. The research will be carried out with university students in letters / Spanish from a university in the state of Minas Gerais, which will contribute to the composition of the research corpus, in two stages of data collection: First step: objective profile questionnaire of the participant; Second stage: guiding question to lead the student to reflect on their history and life experiences (written narratives). The organization, treatment and analysis of the information collected will be carried out through Content Analysis techniques, based mainly on the techniques proposed by Laurence Bardin (2016). After these steps, the data collected from class participants will be triangulated to compare the influence of learning and initial training experiences among the groups selected for the collection of the meanings assigned by the participants represented in their responses. It is expected, with this research, to contribute to the teaching and learning process of Spanish teachers in initial education, based on a reflection on the affective, motivational factors and learning experiences that interfere with professional and learning expectations. to promote an awakening for the revaluation of the title in a foreign language, especially in Spanish.

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  • VIVIAN STEFANNE SOARES SILVA
  • NELSON MANDELA: O PERSONAGEM NEGRO EM NARRATIVAS BIOGRÁFICAS PARA AS CRIANÇAS

  • Líder : LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA ANÓRIA DE JESUS OLIVEIRA
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARTA PASSOS PINHEIRO
  • Data: 10-dic-2020
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  • This research aims to contextualize the biographical genre in the history of children's literature, aligning such perspectives to the Brazilian editorial scenario and discussing issues related to the representativeness of the black character in these works, specifically by Nelson Mandela. To this end, we started from a market survey from which we selected and proposed the analysis of four biographies of Nelson Mandela, produced between 2003 and 2018, based on the following criteria: i) editorial house; ii) graphic design and illustrations, and iii) enunciative voice. We start from the conception that biographical works, when directed to children, tend to have an educational perspective, which leads us to question how the representations of the black character occur since he is a marginalized and invisible subject. Furthermore, we aim to understand to what degree books graphic and editorial aspects can influence the meanings making processes produced. We employed Pierre Bourdieu (1997; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2018), Marisa Lajolo, and Regina Zilberman (2007), François Dosse (2015), and Stuart Hall (2016) as Theoretical foundations, as well as complementary works. It can be observed that the publishing market for children's books has appropriated the biographical narrative so that the tendency points to the growth of the gender in the modality. Regarding the analysis, we perceived the black protagonism on such subjects is proportionally lower than the one granted to white characters, which reinforces the homogeneity of literary representations, even though there are legislation and political movements that seek to fulfill the existing gap of African and Afrodescendant productions in children's literature. Moreover, we realized both Nelson Mandela and South Africa representation tend to be based on a colonialist perception, according to the Negrismo perspective. It's also observed that biographical works about real-life characters tend to cast aspects of their trajectory to weave a life storythat can be used as a tool for children's moral education.

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  • VIVIANE ZANON ALPOÍM
  • THE PLACE OF DIGITAL GAMES IN PRIVATE ENGLISH COURSES

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • JERONIMO COURA SOBRINHO
  • RONALDO CORRÊA GOMES JUNIOR
  • Data: 10-dic-2020
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  • Language teaching in Brazil has become more accessible over time, although it has been more restricted to dominant classes in the past. Historical facts such as the Second World War and the Globalization, which have transformed the English language into the most powerful language in the globe, led us to changes in the Educational System in Brazil. Private language courses have started to open schools across the country and have turned into national references for ELT teaching. Since then, these schools have been competing for customers, and gadgets have been used as standouts. Due to the fact that we are teachers, at the beginning of this research, we believed digital games could be the most used educational resources (GRAELLS, 2000) for teachers at private English courses in Belo Horizonte nowadays. Looking for answers for this and other questions, we sent online questionnaires that were answered by 41 private language teachers from this city. The investigation has revealed that digital games are not the resources teachers use the most in their classrooms. However, the vast majority of teachers are able to acknowledge the game's importance and benefits for teaching, including those teachers who have stated they do not use them. In addition to that, the data shows: 1) the digital games mostly used by teachers, such as Kahoot and Quizlet, and the benefits each of them brings to students from the teacher's point of view; 2) the reasons for the teachers to apply them; for example, the fun and motivation games bring to class; 3) the frequency with which teachers use games, mostly once a week and in the classroom environment; 4) the greatest difficulties faced by teachers in using digital games in the classroom are related to the lack of wi-fi connection inside the environment of the schools and the fact that students do not bring their own devices to play the games in the classroom. In conclusion, the use of digital games is linked to the benefits that teachers see for their students and the recommendation for playing them may have a correlation with the school's policy towards the use of the internet in that environment. We also conclude that further research on the same topic should be done, as important changes in the education scenario occurred this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But it will only happen when English Language courses drop their weapons and open their doors to researchers.

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  • CAMILA LOBATO RAJÃO
  • PELAS LETRAS, VOZES BRADAM A EXISTÊNCIA:

    Memórias e silêncios nas disputas das escritas moçambicanas

  • Líder : LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIZ CARLOS GONCALVES LOPES
  • LUIZ DUARTE HAELE ARNAUT
  • LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 11-dic-2020
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  • This dissertation has as its main research topic: reflections on the way in which the writing configures itself as a space for political change in the setting of principles of vision and division of the social world, in the theoretical perspective of Pierre Bourdieu, and/or the relationships between seeing, doing and being on the distributions of the sensible, based on Jaques Ranciére’s considerations. And how literature can be a democratic instrument for changing this divisions, claiming the existence, visibility and inclusion of the uncounted portions, supplementary groups that were excluded from the community, by introducing disagreement, the Other, opening up to new possibilities of storytelling and representative settings world. Therefore, aspects of the writing disputes in the Mozambican colonial context will be analyzed, as well as the post-independence conflicts, mainly the literary production in the 1980s. The tensions between the FRELIMO unitary model of combative poetry and the literary works that challenge this model are analyzed from a perspective that considers the written word as a field of political action and the reconfiguration of the space of the distribution of the sensible in a community. To approach the literary work as a factor of disruption and dissent, we will study the literary work Ualalapi, by Mozambican writer Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa, published in 1987 and its relations with official Mozambican historiography.

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  • JULIENE VIEIRA FERNANDES
  • DISCURSO DOCENTE: representações e avaliações de Professores de Língua Espanhola ante as Leis 11.161/2005 e 13.415/2017

  • Líder : RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IANDRA MARIA WEIRICH DA SILVA COELHO
  • LILIAN APARECIDA ARAO
  • RENATO CAIXETA DA SILVA
  • Data: 11-dic-2020
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  • The Spanish language discipline, like the other school subjects, is constituted in the middle of a complex and dynamic process of discursive practices. Focus