Banca de DEFESA: Cardes Monção Amâncio

Uma banca de DEFESA de DOUTORADO foi cadastrada pelo programa.
DISCENTE : Cardes Monção Amâncio
DATA : 12/12/2019
HORA: 14:30
LOCAL: Sala 330 do Campus I
TÍTULO:
Biopolitics, move and construction of becoming-afro-pindoramic

PALAVRAS-CHAVES:

black cinema; biopolitics; becoming-black; whiteness; quilombo; urban
occupation.


PÁGINAS: 342
GRANDE ÁREA: Lingüística, Letras e Artes
ÁREA: Letras
RESUMO:

This thesis analyzes the importance of the image of the black subject in Brazil, produced
by white authors throughout the centuries of slavery and after abolition, for the creation
and maintenance of colonial ideas and the normalization of oppression by racism. It starts
from the analysis of the pictorial and photographic representation of the Brazilian
population during the slavery period, when it is possible to detect the importance of images
for the construction of a concept of race without biological foundation, aiming to establish
and perpetuate white superiority. Since slavery is one of the first manifestations of
biopolitics in the world (MBEMBE), the extension of the lordly power over the body of the
enslaved to its image is one of the proofs of this mbembian hypothesis. These colonial
images still demand the restitution of a name (BENJAMIN) to the black subjects portrayed
from a demand for redemption (AGAMBEN) - something that cinema is capable of, and as
we will see, has been busy doing.The impossibility of self-representation of the black
population in still images persists in moving images after the invention of cinema, the
research goes back to the history of the black subject's interdiction and the construction in
the first half of the twentieth century of a national cinema instrumentalized by racist
bleaching theories. population and racial democracy. The repetition of black representation
problems made by white directors of the past and present will be analyzed in light of the
new theoretical production of black intellectuals and anti-racist whites - which include
concepts such as whiteness, resistant spectator, white fragility, intersectionality, among
others. From an affirmative biopolitics perspective, the research focuses on taking control
of the black population over their imagery representation, whose milestone is the work
“Alma no eye” (Zózimo Bulbul, 1973). One of the hypotheses of the research is that the
black cinema provided opening for the emergence of a territory-linked cinema that
responds to the deterritorializations caused by capital. Thus is analyzed the cinema of the
quilombos and the cinema of urban occupations in their bases linked to an anthropophagic
native right that emphasizes the ownership before the property, the use value over the
exchange value and guarantees to every living being a land. From this hypothesis, the
black cinema and the cinema of the territories are related to the black becoming of the
world (MBEMBE) and its libertarian capacity, anchored in the insurgent traditions of
resistance of the enslaved peoples to oppression. Where the thesis concludes that these
cinemas are vectors of freedom and act in the deconstruction of racism, whose elimination
is a condition for the reinvention of the community, which in turn is not separate from the
production of the common.


MEMBROS DA BANCA:
Presidente - WAGNER JOSE MOREIRA
Interno - ROGERIO BARBOSA DA SILVA
Interno - LUIZ HENRIQUE SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
Externa ao Programa - MARGARETH CORDEIRO FRANKLIM
Externo à Instituição - CÉSAR GERALDO GUIMARÃES - UFMG
Notícia cadastrada em: 05/12/2019 07:28
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