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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2019.tde-11032019-134328
Document
Author
Full name
Ana Caroline Amorim Oliveira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Moisés, Beatriz Perrone (President)
Cohn, Clarice
Figueiredo, Marina Vanzolini
Grupioni, Luis Donisete Benzi
Silva, Marcio Ferreira da
Title in Portuguese
'A Caneta é nossa Borduna': um estudo etnográfico sobre as experiências indígenas Tenetehara / Guajajara no ensino superior no Maranhão
Keywords in Portuguese
Cultura com aspas
Ensino superior indígena
Etnografia
Políticas afirmativas
Tenetehara/Guajajara
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese reflete sobre as inquietações decorrentes da entrada e da presença, no ensino superior, de estudantes indígenas Tenetehara/Guajajara, povo Tupi-Guarani localizado na Amazônia Oriental no estado do Maranhão. É pela via etnográfica que este trabalho se constitui, através da observação participante, conversas informais e entrevistas, documentos, leis, portarias e resoluções referentes ao ensino superior para indígenas. A tese analisa duas experiências vivenciadas pelos índios: a primeira, na Universidade Federal do Maranhão(UFMA), e a segunda vivenciada no curso de Licenciatura Intercultural para Professores Indígenas da Educação Básica pela Universidade Estadual do Maranhão (UEMA). A partir dessas experiências, reflexões sobre indianidade, guerra, cultura com aspas são realizadas no presente trabalho.
Title in English
'The Pen is our Borduna': an ethnographic study on the Tenetehara / Guajajara indigenous experiences in higher education in Maranhão.
Keywords in English
Affirmative policies
Culture with quotation marks
Ethnography
Indigenous higher education
Tenetehara / Guajajara
Abstract in English
This thesis reflects on the concerns about the entrance and presence in higher education of Tenetehara / Guajajara indigenous students, Tupi-Guarani people located in the Eastern Amazon in the state of Maranhão. It is through the ethnographic way that this work constitutes, through participant observation, informal conversations and interviews, documents, laws, ordinances and resolutions concerning higher education for indigenous people. The thesis analyzes two experiences lived by the Indians: the first, at the Federal University of Maranhão (UFMA), and the second one experienced in the Intercultural Licentiate course for Indigenous Teachers of Basic Education by the State University of Maranhão (UEMA). From these experiences, reflections on indianity, war, culture with quotation marks are carried out in the present work.
 
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Publishing Date
2019-03-11
 
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