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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2016.tde-28112016-103559
Document
Author
Full name
José de Souza Muniz Júnior
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Barros, Sergio Miceli Pessoa de (President)
Blanco, Alejandro Raul
Gomes, Mayra Rodrigues
Jackson, Luiz Carlos
Pinheiro Filho, Fernando Antonio
Title in Portuguese
Girafas e bonsais: editores 'independentes' na Argentina e no Brasil (1991-2015)
Keywords in Portuguese
Diversidade cultural
Economia da cultura
Editoração
Editoras
Intelectuais
Abstract in Portuguese
Nas últimas décadas, produtores simbólicos ditos independentes têm ampliado sua presença no espaço público. Esse adjetivo passou a funcionar como critério distintivo, condensando modos de intervenção intelectual e política que descrevem e prescrevem estilos de presença na produção cultural. Esta tese tem por objetos o desenvolvimento de um debate sobre editores, editoras, livros e publicações independentes em escala transnacional e seu enraizamento no Brasil e na Argentina. Estudam-se os materiais intelectuais, os agenciamentos coletivos e as políticas setoriais e públicas referentes a esse universo. Discute-se a (re)emergência da noção de editor(a) independente e a inscrição sócio-institucional dos agentes engajados em defini-la, difundi-la, adotá-la ou recusá-la. O objetivo foi compreender que sentidos essa categoria classificatória assume; a que posturas ideológicas, estéticas e políticas ela remete em cada caso; e a que condicionantes sociais podem ser atribuídas as diferenças e semelhanças entre os casos estudados.
Title in English
Giraffes and bonsais: independent publishers in Argentina and Brazil (1991-2015)
Keywords in English
Cultural diversity
Cultural economy
Intellectuals
Publishers
Publishing
Abstract in English
In recent decades, the so-called "independent" symbolic producers have increased their presence in the public space. This adjective began to function as a criterion of distinction, summarizing ways of intellectual and political intervention that describe and prescribe certain styles of cultural production. This thesis addresses the development of a debate on "independent" publishers, publishing houses, books and publications on a transnational scale, as well as its specificities in Brazil and Argentina. The intellectual materials, collective bodies and sectoral and public policies on this universe were studied. The public appearance of the notion of "independent" publishing is discussed, as well as the social and institutional position of the agents engaged in its definition, diffusion, adoption or rejection. The purpose was to understand which meanings this classification category assumes, to which ideological, aesthetic and political positions it refers in each case, and to which social conditions the differences and similarities among the cases studied can be attributed.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-11-28
 
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