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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2011.tde-31052012-160806
Document
Author
Full name
Rachel Rua Baptista Bakke
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Silva, Vagner Goncalves da (President)
Gusmão, Neusa Maria Mendes de
Santos, Jocélio Teles dos
Schwarcz, Lilia Katri Moritz
Souza, Marina de Mello e
Title in Portuguese
Na escola com os orixás: o ensino das religiões afro-brasileiras na aplicação da Lei 10.639
Keywords in Portuguese
cultura e religiões afro-brasileiras
educação
identidade cultural
símbolos étnicos
Abstract in Portuguese
A Lei n° 10.639/2003 tornou obrigatório o ensino de História da África e Cultura Afro-brasileira nos estabelecimentos escolares do país. A partir disso, as religiões afro-brasileiras começaram a ser abordadas em sala de aula, como parte de um conjunto de práticas e valores de origem africana importante no desenvolvimento da população negra no Brasil. Este trabalho teve como objetivo estudar o modo como essas manifestações religiosas aparecem nos materiais didáticos, cursos de formação continuada de professores e, por vezes, na própria sala de aula a partir dessa Lei, assim como procurou identificar as tensões e negociações verificadas quando essas religiões saem de seus espaços de manifestação próprios, os terreiros, e adentram a escola. As relações entre a visão de mundo religiosa e do senso comum (presente nos discursos e práticas de professores e alunos praticantes de diferentes denominações religiosas: como o catolicismo, pentecostalismo etc.) com o ensino e aprendizado de valores vistos simultaneamente como religiosos e símbolos culturais étnicos (a serem mobilizados na constituição de identidades diferenciais) constituem, portanto, o foco desta pesquisa.
Title in English
At school with orishas: the teaching of afro-brazilian religions inapplying the law 10.639
Keywords in English
Afro-Brazilian culture and religions
cultural identity
education
ethnical symbols
Abstract in English
Law n. 10.639/2003 made the teaching of African and Afro-Brazilian Culture obligatory in Brazilian schools. In this way, the African-Brazilian religions started to be addressed in the classrooms as part of a set of practices and values of African origin important in the historical development of the Brazilian black population. This study aimed at analyzing how these religious expressions are approached in school text books, in continuing education courses for teachers and, in some cases, in the class room since the approval of this Law, as well as tried to identify the conflicts and the negotiations occurring when these religions leave their own traditional places, the terreiros, and move into the schools. The relations between the religious environment and the common sense (present in the discourses and the practices of teachers and students who are followers of different religions as Catholics, Pentecostals and others) and the teaching and learning of values seen at the same time as religious and ethnical cultural symbols (to be mobilized in the building up of differential identities), are, therefore the focus of this research.
 
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Publishing Date
2012-05-31
 
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