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Title: Do tempo dos pretos d’antes aos povos do Aproaga: patrimônio arqueológico e territorialidade quilombola no vale do rio Capim (PA)
metadata.dc.creator: MORAES, Irislane Pereira de
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: ALMEIDA, Marcia Bezerra de
Keywords: Patrimônio cultural
Sítio arqueológico
Rio Capim - PA
São Domingos do Capim - PA
Pará - Estado
Amazônia brasileira
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2012
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: MORAES, Irislane Pereira de. Do tempo dos pretos d’antes aos povos do Aproaga: patrimônio arqueológico e territorialidade quilombola no vale do rio Capim (PA). 2012. 237 f. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Pará, Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas, Belém, 2012. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia.
Abstract: This master's dissertation were built from the dialogue between anthropology and archeology, seeking to understand the uses and meanings that archaeological heritage plays in the field of contemporary social relations, specifically, those built according to the logic of traditional peoples and communities. Understood as an ethnographic category, heritage allows a glimpse on the meanings of quilombolas communities from Taperinha, Nova Ipixuna, Sauá-Mirim, Benevides and Alegre Vamos, in São Domingos do Capim (State of Pará), draw around the archaeological site Aproaga. In the struggle for definitive titration of its territory the quilombolas define themselves as Peoples of Aproaga, in this context, cultural awareness enables the construction of collective identity. Around the historic ruins of the Greathouse of Sugar Plantation from the colonial age, the social memory about the time when the Blacks were slaves restores and strengthens the present cultural references and ethnic boundaries in consonance to the feeling of belonging to Aproaga. Thus, public archeology and ethnography allows us to understand the dynamics and social relations of the present and its fruitions with the past, the meanings of material culture as well, the ethnic dimensions which heritage might take in the context of territorial rights of communities descendants and / or origin. Whereas, the territoriality quilombola built by the People of Aproaga imply a critical way of thinking about heritage policies in Amazon, and more broadly the reflexivity of the research towards a decolonial science praxis.
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