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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Eduardo Santos Gonçalves Monteiro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Moisés, Beatriz Perrone (President)
Cohn, Clarice
Gallois, Dominique Tilkin
Lolli, Pedro Augusto
Title in Portuguese
Amijkin é como o vento! Notas etnográficas sobre alegria e festa entre os Krahô
Keywords in Portuguese
Akegria
Festa
Índios
Krahô
Timbira
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa de mestrado busca realizar a etnografia de algumas festas dos Krahô (autodenominados mehin), etnia situada no Tocantins, falante de língua macro-jê, e incluída entre os povos Timbira, nome que designa um conjunto de povos indígenas localizados nos Estados do Maranhão, Tocantins e Pará. O principal objeto desta pesquisa é a trama complexa de significado que atravessa um conceito krahô, amijkin. A amplitude de seu campo semântico foi notada há tempos e denota tanto o nome para qualquer festa krahô quanto o ato de alegrar-se, o estado de alegria. A partir desta sobreposição semântica crucial, esta dissertação busca refletir e evidenciar etnograficamente em quais termos e em que situações os Krahô experienciam os sentidos da categoria amijkin em seu mundo vivido.
Title in English
Amijkin is like the wind! ethnographical notes about hapiness and party among the Krahô
Keywords in English
Happiness
Índios
Krahô
Party
Timbira
Abstract in English
This master's research aims to carry out the ethnography of some festivals of the Krahô (self-named mehin), an ethnic group located in Tocantins, speakers of a macrojê language and included among the Timbira peoples, which designates a group of indigenous peoples located in the States of Maranhão, Tocantins and Pará. The main object of this research is the complex web of meaning which constitutes a krahô concept, amijkin. The breadth of its semantic field has long been noted and denotes both the name for any krahô party and the act of rejoicing, the state of joy. From this crucial semantic overlap, this dissertation seeks to reflect and ethnographically evidence in what terms and in what situations the Krahô experience the senses of the amijkin category in their lived world.
 
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2019-06-13
 
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