PhD student Liza Ysamarli Acevedo Sáenz received the USP 2022 Video Graduate Award for the major area of Human Sciences. The video "The homelands, the home and the body: visible and non-visible images of the lives of women who are family members of disappeared people in the armed conflict in Colombia" presents her doctoral research, developed under the supervision of Rose Satiko Gitirana Hikiji. The award takes place on November 22, 2022, during the 3rd USP Graduate Meeting. The video can be watched at https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Seminar "Research Ethics in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Challenges for Anthropology" available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Projection and discussion of the films CANTO DE FAMÍLIA and CARLOS CAPS DRAG RACE, with the directors Paula Bessa Braz (PPGAS-USP PhD student) and Mihai Andrei Leaha (Post-doctoral fellow at DA-USP, post-doctoral fellow at the University of Barcelona) . Both films were winners of the Pierre Verger Award 2022 in the feature and medium-length categories.
The objective of this activity is to discuss the dimensions of making music that are revealed through an audiovisual approach, from the exhibition and debate of two films made in very different universes, but which keep similarities in the centrality of the musical event to investigate and to describe its dynamics: one about the independent electronic music scene in São Paulo, the other about a family that organizes a social project for teaching music in their own home, on the outskirts of Fortaleza.
Get to know the website of the project "The local music - New trails for ethnomusicology": https://sites. google.com/unicamp.br/musicarlocal
PPGAS student Felipe Paes Piva was AWARDED, received 1st place - Lévi-Strauss Prize at the 33rd RBA - Edition 2022: Article Modality, with the article "Psychological illness in graduation and the social markers of difference: an anthropological analysis of psychic suffering at the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences (FFLCH-USP)”
The seventh volume of GIS - Gesto, Imagem e Som - Journal of Anthropology of the University of São Paulo is on the air.
We invite you to visit the GIS website and learn about the articles, essays, reviews, translations and interviews published in this volume, available at: https://www.revistas.usp.br/gis/issue/view/12129. In addition, volume 7 pays tribute to Patrícia Monte-Mór, who left us in early 2022.
We invite you to submit your work for volume 8 (year 2023) of Revista Gesto, Imagem e Som - Revista de Antropologia (GIS). To do so, make your submission until 08/30/2022.
Check the submission rules at: https://www.revistas.usp.br/gis/about/submissions
After this date, you will also be able to submit your work which, if approved, will be published in volume 9, year 2024.
Afro-Sampas, a film produced at LISA and co-directed by Jasper Chalcraft and Rose Satiko Gitirana Hikiji, was selected for the film show of the Portuguese Association of Anthropology. The film can be seen at https://lisa.fflch.usp.br/afrosampas
More information about the project at http://www.usp.br/afrosampas
Film show website: https://apa2022.apantropologia.org/chamada-filmes/
Throughout the history of anthropology, the city's heterogeneity and diversity have been perceived as the driving force in the production of urban spaces and borders. The city starts to be conceived as a specific environment capable of conglomerating differences through its economic and institutional base or through identification processes. However, there is little systematization of the relational processes that lead to the production of inequalities and the crystallization of differences, and notions such as identity, culture and race have been seen as elements prior to the constitution of urban relations that establish them. Thus, although urban studies, on their most different fronts, are permeated by the meta-narratives of urbanization, modernization, development and their constant crises, the counterparts that define such narratives are rarely made explicit. In this dossier, we are interested in scrutinizing how different processes of racialization were consistent with the production of urban diversity and inequality in different cities around the globe. In this sense, we are interested in research aimed at investigating social processes, intellectual itineraries, agents, social movements and different bureaucratic, technical and scientific institutions that defined and shaped racializing categories that (re)produce the various urban social groups, as well as the practices and mobilized logics. We invite articles that seek to think about race and city not from a priori conceptual categories, preexisting relationships, but that seek to ethnography both processes of racialization of urban groups and assemblages produced around the idea of race. Finally, we invite critical texts of established narratives about cities and urbanization in the social sciences from different metropolitan realities in different regions of the world.
More information on publication standards can be found at: https://journals.openedition.org/pontourbe/3512
We are available,
Editorial Commission of Ponto Urbe - Journal of the Center for Urban Anthropology at USP.
Applications for the GT "The challenge of the urban: intersections, resistances, utopias" (coordinated by Graça Cordeiro and Joan Pujadas, with Heitor Frúgoli Jr. as debater) at the next APA congress (Évora, 6-9/9/2022, https://apa2022.
We are happy to release the new 11 entries published in the Anthropology Encyclopedia (EA) this semester, including biographical profiles on indigenous intellectuals, anthropologists and anthropologists from Algeria, United States and India, works and concepts, as well as our first subfield entry. The entries will be released throughout this week and the next on our social networks: @ea_antropo (Twitter and Instagram). Help spread the word about EA by sharing it in your study and research groups, also on your lists. Next contributions will be received by the end of March 2022. See the website: ea.fflch.usp.br/