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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2014.tde-26052015-115255
Document
Author
Full name
Flávio Thales Ribeiro Francisco
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Junqueira, Mary Anne (President)
Capelato, Maria Helena Rolim
Guimaraes, Antonio Sergio Alfredo
Izecksohn, Vitor
Viana, Larissa Moreira
Title in Portuguese
O novo negro em perspectiva transnacional. Representações afro-americanas sobre o Brasil e a França no jornal Chicago Defender (1916-1940)
Keywords in Portuguese
Afro-americanos
Brasil
Estados Unidos
França
Negros
Transnacional
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese analisa as representações sobre o Brasil e a França enquanto modelos de fraternidades raciais nas páginas do jornal Chicago Defender entre 1916 e 1940. Este periódico emergiu no entre guerras como a principal referência da imprensa afroamericana. Nesta pesquisa, demonstramos o engajamento do Chicago Defender na luta pela integração dos negros nos Estados Unidos, difundindo entusiasmadamente imagens de um novo negro alinhado à modernidade. Após uma onda de violência racial que varreu o território norte-americano em 1919, o Chicago Defender passou a investir na publicação de artigos e notícias sobre o Brasil e a França, identificando nos dois países exemplos de ordens sociais livres de práticas racistas e referências de mobilidade social que possibilitariam a ascensão de um novo negro.
Title in English
The New Negro in transnational perspective: African American representations on Brazil and France in the Chicago Defender newspaper (1916-1940)
Keywords in English
African-Americans
Blacks
Brazil
France
Transnational
United States
Abstract in English
This thesis analyzes the representations of Brazil and France as models of racial fraternities on the pages of Chicago Defender between 1916 and 1940. This periodical emerged in the interwar scenario as a standard for the Black Press. In this research, we will demonstrate how Chicago Defender engaged in a struggle for black inclusion, diffusing enthusiastically the images of a new Negro connected to the American modernity. After a wave of racial violence that swept the American territory in 1919, the Chicago Defender increased the number of articles and news regarding Brazil and France, claiming both countries as examples of social orders free from racist practices and references for social mobility in which a new Negro would rise.
 
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2015-05-26
 
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