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2024
Disertaciones
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  • MATEUS PARDUCCI SOARES DE LIMA
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  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • EDUARDO PENHAVEL
  • ERIK FERNANDO MILETTA MARTINS
  • Data: 18-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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  • THAYNÁ CRISTINA ANANIAS
  • Iconicity in the lexicon of Brazilian Portuguese

  • Líder : MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUCIANA LUCENTE
  • MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • NEDJA LIMA DE LUCENA
  • Data: 18-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Iconicity is a widely researched linguistic aspect by different areas (linguists,
    biologists, psychologists, etc.) and by different theories within a specific area, such as
    linguistics (formalism and functionalism, for example). Therefore, the concept
    attributed to iconicity also touches on different particularities. Specifically for this
    research, we understand it as a similarity between linguistic form (whether written,
    sound or gestural) and referent (as object, feeling, action, etc.). As far as we know, there
    is not yet a research that investigates iconicity in the Brazilian Portuguese (BP) lexicon,
    so we aim to fill this gap. Thus, we propose to replicate the experiment by Perry,
    Perlman and Lupyan (2015) and collect the iconicity rating for a sample of 529 BP
    words. The authors whom we are based seek to investigate, mainly, the relationship
    between iconicity rating, lexical category and age of acquisition of words in English and
    Spanish taken from the MacArthur-Bates Communicative Developmental Inventories
    (MCDI) wordbank. To statistically observe the role of iconicity in this relationship,
    other variables must be raised, such as frequency and concreteness. The results by Perry,
    Perlman and Lupyan (2015) indicate that words with higher scores for iconicity, both in
    English and in Spanish, also show a higher percentage of learning by children aged up
    to 30 months, i.e., words that are more easily learned also have a higher iconicity score.
    Perry, Perlman and Lupyan (2015) also consider a typological hypothesis in their
    conclusion: languages that present similar linguistic structural patterns will present
    similar results in experiments like these. It is expected that the results in Spanish are in
    line with those in Portuguese, since these are languages whose verbs represent the
    direction of action, and the surrounding words can represent the mode of action (verb-
    framed languages). To investigate and relate these issues to Portuguese, we replicated
    the authors' experiments. Our results confirm the indications of English and Spanish:
    more easily learned words also have a higher iconicity score in BP. As for the
    relationship between iconicity ratings and lexical category, as well as in English and
    Spanish, the categories with the highest ratings in BP were onomatopoeias and
    interjections, followed by adjectives. However, they did not follow the expectation of
    the typological hypothesis indicated by the authors: there was no significant difference
    between verbs and nouns in Spanish; on the other hand, verbs obtained higher scores
    than nouns in BP, as well as in English.

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  • VITÓRIA RANNER PINHEIRO PEREIRA
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    TEXTUAL, DISCURSIVE AND ENUNCIATIVE INTERFACES IN THE CRIME AGAINST FEMALE SEXUAL DIGNITY: ANALYSIS FROM THE “MARIANA FERRER” CASE

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • Data: 18-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Brazil, despite the implementation of policies aimed at protecting women in situations of violence, the effectiveness of these measures is often challenged in the face of the continuous growth of crimes against sexual dignity, covering all forms of crime, from harassment to rape and femicides. Additionally, deficiencies in the victim support system contribute to the questionable effectiveness of these policies. As an example, the case of young Brazilian Mariana Borges Ferreira, which gained national and international attention, highlighted the gaps in the judicial system in the treatment provided to victims, especially in cases of rape of a vulnerable person. Given this context, three questions are proposed to guide the research: a) how is the textual plan organized in the discursive genres of the instruction hearing with emphasis on the “victim hearing” section and absolutory sentence?; b) how is the point of view and agency of the voices used in the “victim hearing” hearing section and in the absolutory sentence presented at a linguistic level?; c) what linguistic marks indicate the enunciative responsibility and/or the mediative framework in the “victim hearing” hearing section and in the absolutory sentence?. To answer these questions, we established the general objective of investigating how the text plan, the point of view, the enunciative responsibility and the mediative framework manifest themselves in the discursive genres of instruction hearing and absolutory sentence for crimes against female sexual dignity. Regarding the specific objectives, we propose to identify, describe, analyze and interpret: 1) the organization of the textual plan of the instruction hearing, with emphasis on the “victim's hearing” section and the absolutory sentence; 2) the way in which points of view and voices are mobilized in the “victim hearing” section of the hearing and in the absolutory sentence; 3) the linguistic marks that indicate enunciative responsibility, as well as the mediative framework in the “victim hearing” hearing section and in the absolutory sentence. Due to this scope, we sought to anchor it in the theoretical assumptions of Textual Linguistics, Enunciative Linguistics and Textual Analysis of Discourses. In this direction, we follow authors who work with the text plan, including Adam (2011, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022), Passeggi et al. (2010), Cabral (2013, 2016), Marquesi et al. (2019), Marquesi, Cabral and Rodrigues (2022), Rodrigues and Marquesi (2021), Rodrigues (2022a, 2022b); with point of view theory, based on Rabatel (2005, 2016, 2021a, 2021b), Soares and Rodrigues (2021); with the phenomenon of enunciative responsibility, based on Adam (2011, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022), Rabatel (2016), Passeggi et al. (2010), Rodrigues, Passeggi and Silva Neto (2010), Rodrigues (2017); and, the mediative framework, through the postulates of Guentchéva (1994, 2011). Methodologically, this is a study that is part of a qualitative approach, descriptive and interpretive in nature, using deductive and inductive methods, based on bibliographic and documentary procedures. The research corpus consists of 1 (one) instruction hearing and 1 (one) absolutory sentence, both limited to the case files nº. 0004733-33.2019.8.24.0023, found in the public domain for access in digital environments. The analyzes demonstrate a fixed or conventional text plan in both discursive genres, however, in the “victim's hearing” section, present in the instruction hearing genre, the text plan is occasional, as it presents in its parts, unexpected elements and displaced in relation to the genre or subgenre of the speech. Regarding the point of view and enunciative responsibility, we found that in the instruction hearing there is more evidence, certainly because it is a discursive genre that uses the oral modality of the language, as there is interaction in a spoken language context, possibly establishing conditions so that speakers assume the propositional content of utterances in a situation of syncretism, thus becoming speaker enunciator first (L1/E1); in the absolutory sentence, we noticed that the judge (L1/E1), in some of the examples analyzed, uses multiple voices to support his decision, demonstrating positions of agreement or disagreement regarding the propositional content conveyed by the second enunciators (e2), as in the sections of report and in some parts of the reasoning, while in the “device” section, we identify the L1/E1 PDV and the assumption of the RE.

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  • MATHEUS SILVA DE SOUZA
  • REFLECTIONS AND REFRACTIONS OF THE NAKED TRUTH: A DIALOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ADELAIDE CARRARO'S UTTERANCE PROJECT IN EU E O GOVERNADOR(1963)

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 19-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Upon deciding to become a creator of narratives and signing over forty works during her lifetime, Adelaide Carraro, one of the cursed writers of the 20th century ー an epithet widely spread, especially in the context of the Brazilian civil-military dictatorship (1964-1985), to refer to those who produced art against the authoritarian regime ー, marked her literary trajectory by disseminating what she believes to be the naked truth about socio-historical problems in Brazil. Ambivalently achieving popular recognition for her titles and disdain from critics and journalists of her time, Carraro became the author of many autobiographical novels in which she assumes the axiological position of the heroine of the narratives she composed, something that distinguished her compositional style. As an example of such texts, Eu e o Governador (1963), Adelaide's inaugural work, unfolds from the perspective of a narrator-character and protagonist. The narrator discusses her intimate dilemmas as a poor and young former tuberculosis patient in the city of São Paulo, a space where she experiences traumatic events that make her question the social stigmas and governmental neglect directed toward this population. In this sense, this research aimed to analytically examine the construction of Adelaide Carraro's utterance project in the mentioned aesthetic object, in order to achieve a deep understanding of the verbal-ideological lines that compose the artist's discursive intention, regarding the choices of architectural elements, including form, content, and material, and the definition of axiological positions employed in the elaboration of her statement. To achieve this purpose, the investigative corpus consists of statements present in the novelistic plot. Additionally, it includes correlations with statements from newspapers and magazines, forming a set of texts related to the explained theme. This data helps construct a fruitful interpretation of the researched phenomenon. Meanwhile, we anchor the guiding threads of this dissertation in the scientific framework of qualitative research of an interpretive nature. We align our theoretical-methodological scope with the assumptions of Applied Linguistics as an undisciplined, boundary-pushing, and critical science. In this research, we also align ourselves with the postulations of the Bakhtinian Circle, composed of thinkers such as Mikhail Bakhtin, Pavel Medvedev, and Valentin Voloshinov, who provide the epistemological and philosophical foundations around the dialogical approach to language. Therefore, we can infer that the architectural style of Adelaide, how the author-creator organized her first book, is constituted by evaluative indices indicating the enunciator’s attitude towards experiences lived by her. These experiences are transposed and, thus, represented on a novelistic level, based on the intersection between reflections and refractions of the worlds of art and life. Furthermore, by revealing, in her text, ideologically constructed meanings in relation to herself and others in the discursive interaction, the enunciator dealt with different assessments around her image and her statement, which highlights the multi-directions and axiological reverberations of her production immersed in concrete reality.

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  • RENATA KAROLYNE GOMES COUTINHO
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    NARRATIVE EXPANSION AND MORAL REALIGNMENT: A DIALOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IDENTITY (RE)CONSTITUTION OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST IN WICKED (1995)

  • Líder : RENATA ARCHANJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • RENATA ARCHANJO
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 26-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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    Narrative expansions, in the most different media support, are a trend that has tended to grow in recent decades. Such expansions can occur, in relation to the time of the narrative, in three different ways: prequelscoquels and sequels. In this research, we bring as corpus of analysis the novel Wicked (1995), prequel of the children’s narrative The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900), which has as its premise the return to the past of the famous plot to tell the life of the character known as the Wicked Witch of the West. Thus, we aim to carry out a dialogical analysis of the identity (re)construction of the Wicked Witch of the West in Wicked (1995). To develop this investigation, we use as a basis the theoretical-methodological assumptions of Applied Linguistics (CAVALCANTI, 1986; CELANI, 1992; FABRÍCIO, 2006; MENEZES; SILVA; GOMES, 2022; MOITA LOPES, 1994, 2006a, 2006b, 2022; PENNYCOOK, 2006; RAJAGOPALAN, 2006; SIGNORINI, 1998) and Bakhtin Circle (BAKHTIN, 2011a, 2011b, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017a, 2017b, 2017c, 2018, 2020, 2023; MEDVIÉDEV, 2019; VOLÓCHINOV, 2018, 2019a, 2019b, 2019c), as well as making use of the theoretical contributions of authors such as Bauman (2001, 2004, 2005), Hall (2014, 2020), Lipovetsky (2004) and Woodward (2014) with regard to identity studies, and researchers such as Saint-Gelais (2011, 2014) and Parey (2019), who provide contributions with regard to transfictionality and narrative expansions. In the analysis developed, it was noticed that the character Elphaba (who will become the Wicked Witch of the West) is constructed as a subject resulting from the chronotopes in which she lives and the dialogical relationships she maintains with the Other, making this subject go through a process of transformation that leads him to become the antagonist of The Wizard of Oz, thus refracting the idea that the evil in the antagonist characters os not born with them, but is a result of a continuous process of identity construction.

     

     

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  • JEFERSON SILVA DA CRUZ
  • TEXTUAL ARTICULATORS AND THE MODE OF ARGUMENTATIVE ORGANIZATION MATERIALIZE IN ESSAYS THAT SCORED A THOUSAND ON THE ENEM

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CÉLIA MARIA DE MEDEIROS
  • KATIA CILENE FERREIRA FRANÇA
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • Data: 29-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this dissertation, we analyzed how the textual articulators and the mode of argumentative organization materialize in essays that scored a thousand on the National High School Exam (Enem). We start from the hypothesis that the participants meet the requirements of the assessment matrix, and that there is a similarity in the mechanisms of linguistic articulation and in the way the argumentative text is organized in the essays, which leads to a standardization. The corpus consists of Enem grade 1000 essays from 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, collected in the public domain and available on the G1 website. The methodological procedures adopted in this study were based on analyzing the corpus according to the theoretical principles of two specific areas: Textual Linguistics (TL) and Semiolinguistics. In the TL approach, emphasis was placed on investigating the textual connectors/articulators present in the argumentative construction of the essays, based on studies by Koch (2009, 2014, 2018), Adam (2011, 2019), Cavalcante et al. (2022), among others. In addition, the analysis uses Semiolinguistics to analyze how the argumentative text is organized based on the elements of argumentative logic proposed by Charaudeau (2019). Based on the analysis carried out, we found that the participants in the different editions of Enem demonstrated that they met the criteria established in the assessment matrix, specifically the requirements of competencies 3 and 4. In this way, the results confirmed our hypothesis: the essays are similar in their use of linguistic articulation resources and in the organization of the argumentative text, demonstrating the existence of a standardization in textual production, regardless of the edition in which they were written.

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  • JÚLIO CÉZAR DANTAS DE ARAÚJO
  • My neighborhood, my environment: emancipatory argumentation in the early years of Elementary School

  • Líder : GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALANA DRIZIÊ GONZATTI DOS SANTOS
  • DOROTEA FRANK KERSCH
  • GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • ISABEL CRISTINA MICHELAN DE AZEVEDO
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • Data: 30-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The teaching of argumentation as a social practice has been a subject of interest for researchers in language studies, both in the context of Basic Education and higher education. Intervention proposals that take this perspective as a central axis do not prioritize teaching about argumentation. Instead, they seek to drive a teaching and learning process where the focus is on the social uses of argumentation through critical and creative work with different languages and semiotic resources. To contribute to this perspective, this dissertation focuses on the teaching of argumentation as an emancipatory social practice integrated into a literacy project (PL). Our general objective is to investigate how the teaching of argumentation as an emancipatory social practice is characterized through an PL developed in the early years of Elementary School. To achieve this, we establish two specific objectives: (i) identify actions that promote the teaching and learning process of argumentation as an emancipatory social practice in this PL; (ii) articulate events and practices that characterize this process. In pursuing our objectives, we rely on the dialogical conception of language from the Bakhtin Circle (Volóchinov, 2017), studies on literacy from a sociocultural perspective (Kleiman, 1995; Tinoco, 2008), Critical Pedagogy (Freire, 2018), and the teaching of argumentation as an emancipatory social practice (Azevedo; Tinoco, 2019; Azevedo; Piris, 2023). Methodologically, this critical/emancipatory action research (Teixeira; Neto, 2017) with a qualitative paradigm and an ethnographic perspective (André, 1995) is anchored in Applied Linguistics (Moita Lopes, 2006; Kleiman; De Grande, 2015). Collaborators in this research include teachers, students in the 5th year of elementary school, and other internal and external agents from a municipal school in Parnamirim, Rio Grande do Norte. The instruments used for data generation were field notes, photographs, written (and rewritten), oral, and multimodal texts of different discursive genres. The results emphasize that the teaching and learning process of argumentation as an emancipatory social practice integrated into an PL improves: (i) actions of teacher professional development focused on situated practice, which strengthens language teaching as a social practice; (ii) practices of reading, writing, orality, and listening of early Elementary School students, centered on a network of activities and discursive genres that organically emerge from the PL and, due to their specific social purposes, go beyond teacher-student interaction and the school space. This improvement redefines the actions of the agents, who come to see reading, writing, and argumentation (oral, written, multimodal) as social practices that underpin life in society and, therefore, are not limited to the school space.

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  • PATRICIA MICARLA GUEDES DA SILVA
  • PROFESSIONAL LITERACIES IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS BY TEACHERS FRON THE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

  • Líder : ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • ALANA DRIZIÊ GONZATTI DOS SANTOS
  • PATRICIA VILELA DA SILVA
  • Data: 01-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aims to analyze the practices daily professional and digital literacies of teachers actively involved in Specialized Educational Service (SES) for students with specific education needs. Methodologically, this study is grounded in Applied Linguistics (Kleiman, 2002) and it adopts a field research approach (Gil, 2002), aligning with the principles of qualitative interpretive data-driven investigations (Bogdan; Biklen, 1994; Moita Lopes, 1994), while also incorporating ethnographic elements. The research locus is the Centro Estadual de Educação Especial, located in Natal/RN. The participants are teachers of Portuguese and Literature, Pedagogy, Arts, and Physical Education. Data collection methods included semi-structured interviews (Moreira; Caleffe, 2006), questionnaires (Moreira; Caleffe, 2006), group discussions (Moura; Lima, 2014), photographs, observations, and field notes (Bogdan; Biklen, 1994). It is important to highlight that data collection in these events occurred in a blended format, via Google Meet and WhatsApp to ensure participant safety and prevent potential Covid-19 transmission. The research corpus includes responses gathered from semi-structured interviews, questionnaires, group discussions, observations, field notes and photographs. Theoretical underpinnings drawn from Literacy Studies, viewed as a social practice (Kleiman, 1995; 2005; Rojo, 2009) from a critical perspective (Freire, 1996; 1997; Kleiman; Santos-Marques, 2020), with a focus in work on occupational literacy (Paz, 2008; Costa, 2019), particularly the professional literacy of teachers (Kleiman, 2005; 2008). Furthermore, this research employs the genre textualy/discursive approach as it relates to a teacher's work artifact (Devitt, 2004; Bezerra, 2022; Marcuschi, 2008), digital literacy within the realm of teaching work (Coscarelli, 2019; Buzato, 2006; Ribeiro, 2014; Rojo, 2020), as well as the interrelationship between inclusive education, special education and SES (Mec/Seesp, 2008; Brasil, 2015; Inep, 2020) and in teaching activities in the regular classroom and in SES (Modica et al, 2020; Mec/ Seesp, 2008). The research results suggest that participants engage in both technical tasks, such as reporting and handling the SIGEDUC platform, and pedagogical tasks, such as planning, activities, and educational games. The challenges faced by teachers in the professional and digital realm are due to the absence of technological tools, unstable internet networks, and insufficient technical training for handling digital platforms. The strategies applied by teachers in order to alleviate these difficulties highlight the use of their own digital tools (computer, tablet, smartphones), private mobile internet plan, they learn intuitively and or turn to more experienced people to understand and know how to use the tools digitals technological.

     

     

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  • HÉLIA DA SILVA ALVES CARDOSO
  • THE UNIVERSE OF ORÏSHA: THE REPRESENTATIONS OF VIOLENCE IN CHILDREN OF BLOOD AND BONE, BY TOMI ADEYEMI

  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • NATHALIA OLIVEIRA DE BARROS CARVALHO
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • Data: 29-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Children of Blood and Bone (2018a) is a fantasy fiction novel set in West Africa, specifically in Nigeria, the homeland of the ancestral origins of the Afro-American author Tomi Adeyemi. The narrative begins with a violent event known as the Raid, where the Maji population is massacred. The primary aim of this dissertation is to analyze the representations of violence in the novel and examine how symbols portray enslaved people, all while reclaiming Afro identity within the fantastical realm of Orïsha. To achieve this, we will explore the following questions: What constitutes the aesthetic composition of the novel, and which symbolic elements are utilized in crafting the fantastical world of Orïsha? How are different forms of violence depicted? In what ways does violence, as the ultimate expression of power, contribute to the erasure of Yoruba culture in Orïsha, and how is resistance depicted in Children of Blood and Bone? This qualitative bibliographic research draws on theoretical perspectives from Benjamin (2013) on the origins and establishment of violence, Butler (2021) on non-violence as a means of resistance and the right to grieve, Dorlin (2020) regarding self-defense as a mechanism for protecting marginalized groups, Falola and Heaton (2008), who discuss violence in Nigeria. Additional insights from Bakhtin (1998), Oliveira and Waechter (2021) focus on the novel's aesthetics, while Chevalier and Gheerbrant (2022) help identify symbolic artifacts within the story. The characters representing divine beings endure psychological, physical, and symbolic violence; they are oppressed similarly to enslaved individuals, devoid of any rights to self-defense, mourning, or autonomy. Consequently, the novel transcends mere fantasy fiction, posing profound social questions. The violence inflicted upon the divine characters raises issues related to racism, religious intolerance toward African-origin religions, class disparity, and power dynamics prevalent in an unequal society.

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  • FELIPE EDUARDO PEREIRA CRUZ
  • TEACHER TRAINING: LITERACY PROPOSAL FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
     WITH THE LITERARY WORK A VIDA ÍINTIMA DE LAURA, BY CLARICE LISPECTOR
  • Líder : VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • AMARINO OLIVEIRA DE QUEIROZ
  • MARIA SUELY DA COSTA
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • Data: 08-mar-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This dissertation is divided into two parts, the first of bibliographic nature and the second, of interventional character, has as general objective to understand how the reader training of teachers of Basic Education can positively affect their students. First we seek to establish relations between literary reading and teaching, as the literary text arrives in the classroom and what the PCN (1998) and BNCC (2019) say. At this stage we use the reflections of Zilberman (1993), Lajolo (2018) to verify how the process of schooling occurs and Maia (2007) to ratify the need for the training of literature reading teachers. To enter the universe of Claricean children’s literature, we did a literature review about the studies already done, as well as we searched in Coelho (1993) information about the universe of children’s literature, this literature designed for childhood that Once known, it becomes fascinating and is the result of processes that are shaped in adaptations and evolutions over time, updating according to their reception. In the second part, based on the initial conclusions drawn, we proposed a teacher training of Basic Education, to bridge the gap between these and literary reading. We developed a Pedagogical Notebook based on the work of Clarice Lispector, The intimate life of Laura (1999), from the reflections of Soares (2001), and Kleiman (2004), about reading and Letramento and Cosson (2006), within the literary teachers with the literary reading in the classroom. We analyzed Lispector’s children’s books, emphasizing Laura’s intimate life, highlighting the elements that contribute to the subjective formation of children in the praxis of Letramento and the training of teachers, literacy agents. We seek with teachers and their students to enunciate the Clariceana language, focus of our reflection and verify how the symbology of this narrative verb-visual awakens in both, especially in their students who are in permanently perceptive stage of wonder before the literary text, along with the process of schooling that comprises early childhood education. We conclude that literary reading only becomes viable through the training of literacy teachers, mediating subjects of poetic images, sensations and associations that are allowed by reading the children’s literary text and fundamental to the human formation of their students. 

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  • RAFAELA ELANE FRANÇA DE SOUZA
  • The representation of violence against queer bodies: a dialogical analysis of the construction of the main character in Raimundo Neto's novel Nasci sem um caminho de volta

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLOS EDUARDO ALBUQUERQUE FERNANDES
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • Data: 27-mar-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In recent years, the approach to minority studies in the political, social, and academic fields has been of great relevance. Therefore, this research aims to understand how the homosexual protagonist is constructed, with regard to what Bakhtin (2015) calls the ideological formation of the character, in the novel Nasci sem um caminho de volta [I was born with no way back], by Brazilian writer Raimundo Neto. Thus, it seeks to answer the following research question: To what extent is violence an aesthetic-ideological element to the construction of the main character’s ideological formation in Nasci sem um caminho de volta? The analysis is based on Bakhtin’s theory of the novel, in cooperation with concepts from queer theory and discussions on symbolic and sexual violence, as a possible dialogue with themes necessary for the dialogical analysis of the narrative. Specifically, for us to understand the ideological formation of the protagonist of the novel, the study of the clash between authoritarian discourses and internally persuasive discourses was necessary. This ideological study allowed us to state that the protagonist, from the assimilation of discourses, axiologically positions himself aiming to break with the heteronormative and family’s patriarchal order.

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  • PATRÍCIA DA SILVA MARTINS
  • SUBJETIVE READING AND INTERSEMIOTIC TRANSLATION: A STUDY OF THE SATIRICAL POETRY OF NORTH-RIO-GRANDENSE AUTHORS ANTÔNIO FRANCISCO, MANOEL CAVALCANTE AND DONIZETE SOUZA IN THE CLASSROOM

  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MARIA DA CONCEIÇÃO SILVA DANTAS MONTEIRO
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • Data: 30-abr-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Contemporary Literature remains underexplored in the educational context, especially with a local character. Consequently, the main objective of this work is to study the satirical poetry of the Potiguar authors Antônio Francisco, Manoel Cavalcante and Donizete Souza in the classroom setting. To achieve this, we employ the technique of reading circles, along with intersemiotic translation, enabling students to be conscious of literary texts from a different perspective and, thereby, dynamizing the literature teaching. Our study is based on the ideas of Araújo (2004, 1995), Dantas-Monteiro (2011, 2015), whom delve into the Potiguar Literature; Propp (1992), Brait (1996), Lukács (2011) to address satirical aspects; Bakhtin (1997, 1999, 2010) who reinforces cultural considerations though his ideas; Lindoaldo Campos (2017) discussing the poetic genre; Plaza (2003) with the intersemiotic translation study; Candido (2000, 2002, 2004, 2006) investigating the social perspective of literature; and finally, for the educational environment, we are based on Pinheiro (2008, 2018), Cosson (2021). Methodologically, this work is an action research, employing quali-quantitative procedures, conducted through a literary workshop targeting a 1st year class of high school at Escola Estadual Newman Queiroz, located in the city of Jucurutu/RN. The result of this study was the creation of satirical artworks, aiming not only to approach students with Potiguar literature, but also to explore subjective reading, allowing students to comprehend literary texts beyond the words.

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  • JOSUE FLOR DE ARAUJO
  • THE SELF-PORTRAITS OF FRIDA KAHLO & LA INVECIÓN DE MOREL BY ADOLFO BIOY CASARES: LINK IN DEATH AND IMMORTALITY

  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • LEILA MARIA DE ARAUJO TABOSA
  • Data: 30-abr-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The affinity between the literary text and the images, placed in dialogue, during the reading of the narrative La invención de Morel by Adolfo Bioy Casares, serves as an axis for the presence of the uncanny and hesitation. The possibilities of this effect also extend to Frida Kahlo’s fragmented self-portraits that, through the mirror, addres in painting her various "selves", her physical and emotional pain. Immersed in these contexts, a comparative study is sought between the novel La invención de Morel, published in 1940, and two self-portraits by Frida Kahlo, The two Fridas and The Dream (The Bed), painted in 1939 and 1940, respectively. Thus, we intend to verify the effects that the uncanny and the double trigger in the duality of life and immortality. The theoretical and methodological basis for the analysis will be the texts of Michel Foucault (1992, 2001), Tzvetan Todorov (2017), Remo Ceserani (2006), David Roas (2014), among others, as well as the biographies written by Hayden Herrera (2011) and Andrea Kettenmann (2001). This study allowd us to carry out an innovative analysis of the uncanny and the double in the works of the Mexican artist and the writer from Buenos Aires, investigating how these elements impact the themes of death and immortality. Through the intersection between words and images in self-portraits, diaries and simulacra, seeking to unravel how art transcends the limits of reality, confronting the real with the imaginary.

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  • WALLAS CABRAL DE SOUZA
  • The construction of the meaning of Covid-19 in the CPI of the pandemic: A discursive-cognitive perspective.

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PATRICIA FERREIRA BOTELHO
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • VANILTON PEREIRA DA SILVA
  • Data: 06-may-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This discursive essay shows the discursive cognitive process included in the meaning construction for the COVID 19 CPI (Parliament Investigative  Commission) during pandemic time. The main objective is characterizing the manner by which the linguistic concepts work as a link to evoke the cognitive mechanisms envolved at the meaning construction process. The historical moment when the world population is caught by virus bring the public admnistration should be claimed about its responsability. For fighting against the pandemic. This subject provokes debates between situation and opposition searching for a CPI (Parliament Investigative Commission), where selected the testimony of former minister former minister of Health, Eduardo Pazuello, our corpus. With the aim of supporting this assignment we got as theoritical bases the conceits of conceptual metaphor (Lakoff; Johnson, 1980);  notion of domain (Langacker, 2008); frames semantics  ( Fillmore, 1986), frames dimensions (Duque and da Silva, 2015, 2017) and framing (Lakoff, 2008; 2014). Duque and da Silva, 2019). These analysis categories are in a theoritical contribution of the embodied cognitive linguistics which shows the modality coming from immediate and sensorimotor experience of the world. The research is about a nature qualitative descriptive and interpratative descriptive upon which the phenomenon is characterized. Regarding methodoligal procedures, we carried out a qualitative content analysis (Bardin, 1977); we used the tools for metaphor identifying – Bootstrapping (Duque, 2018, Medeiros, 2021); and graph representation (Duque, 2017; Medeiros, 2021; Souza, 2022, Silveira, 2023). In practical procedured, we searched identifying the linguístic steps around Covid 19 in the shorthand notes at the CPI pandemic testimony , headed by Federal Senate; as second step we joined concepts and identified domains; and third we described the schematic topology, mechanisms of frames linking and we projected the domain conceptual metaphor. The result of this assignment allowed observing that Covid 19 is thought as a war enemy. However, onde that one was found is the schematic topology importance based on the analysis of concepts, domains and frames evoked in the discourse, making the route of different schems can explain the distinct meaning of one same phenomenon. In this sense we see schemes in the speech such as BLOCKING, COUNTERFORCE and DIGRESSION.

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  • TIAGO CAIAN DE ASSIS SILVA
  • Explodir de tanto ódio: functional-constructionist analysis of [XEFFECT DE YINTENSIFIER YCAUSE]DEGREE

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDSON ROSA FRANCISCO DE SOUZA
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • NEDJA LIMA DE LUCENA
  • Data: 31-may-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • On this research, we investigate a strategy of intensification of concepts. It corresponds to the cause-effect degree construction with an intensifier (henceforth, CGCEI), which licenses tokens such as derreter de tanto amor, morrer de tanto trabalhar and brilhando de tão feliz. Our goal is to analyze this constructional pattern in formal and functional terms, based on linguistic uses in written contemporary Brazilian Portuguese. For that, our theoretical support is the Usage-based Functional Linguistics (Furtado da Cunha; Bispo; Silva, 2013; Rosário; Oliveira, 2016; Bispo; Lopes, 2022;Furtado da Cunha; Bispo, 2023), which incorporates theoretical assumptions and operational concepts from Construction Grammar according to Goldberg (2003, 2006), Östman and Fried (2005), Traugott and Trousdale (2013), and Hilpert (2014). In methodological terms, this is a synchronic and descriptive-explanatory research with deductive-inductive reasoning. The empirical material consists of 444 tokens of CGCEI, produced between 2012 and 2019, collected from the Corpus do Português - NOW sample. The analysis of the instances of use leads us to conclusions. In constructional terms, the CGCEI is formalized as [XEFFECT DE YINTENSIFIER ZCAUSE]GRAD, being, as such, a schematic, productive and partially compositional pattern. From a morphosyntactic point of view, the scheme recruits several phrases: VP and AdjP for slot X; VP, AdjP and NP for slot Z. Slot Y, in turn, recruits adverbial forms - tanto or tão - or pronominal forms - tanto(a). From a semantic-cognitive point of view, we verify the intensification of notions of abstract referents, events, and attributes. In addition, we understand that the conceptualization of the intensifier degree linked to the constructional pattern of CGCEI is anchored in metaphorical and metonymic processes, based on frames of IMPACTING EXPERIENCES. In the discursive-pragmatic field, we identify the mobilization of invited inference and (inter)subjectivity in uses of CGCEI to achieve, in discursive terms, effects such as empathy, antipathy and persuasion.

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  • JOSÉ RUBENS PEREIRA
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  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DANIEL MARRA DA SILVA
  • EUGENIA BOJOGA
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • Data: 26-jun-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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  • RONAN FELIPE SOUZA MAFRA
  • É disso que se trata: a functional analysis of cleft sentences with neutral demonstrative pronouns

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • FERNANDO DA SILVA CORDEIRO
  • SAVIO ANDRE DE SOUZA CAVALCANTE
  • Data: 11-jul-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this research, we investigate the use of cleft sentences (CLIV) in Brazilian Portuguese, such as é (d)isso (de) que eu gosto, é (n)isto (em) que acredito and é (d)aquilo (de) que precisamos, in which a neutral demonstrative pronoun (DEMNt) with phoric or deitic function is focused. The main purpose is to analyze functional and formal aspects of the use of these structures, in order to explain and discuss: (i) the semantic type of the most frequent verbal lexemes in these CLIV; (ii) the establishment of the referencing of the focal constituent (FC) DEMNt and (iii) the alternation between the use and non-use of the preposition in the focal constituent as an oblique complement. Our theoretical support is the North American Functional Linguistics and we applied the principles of iconicity and markedness (Givón, 1984, 1990, 1995) and expressiveness (Dubois; Votre, 1994). We also considered contributions from studies of other linguistic perspectives on focalization and cleft sentences (Longhin, 1999; Dik, 1989; Braga, 1989), referencing (Santos; Cavalcante, 2014) and semantic classification of verbs (Borba, 2002; Neves, 2011). This research is qualitative-quantitative in nature, and the data comes from the Portuguese Corpus NOW (News On the Web) and comprises 851 tokens of CLIV in comments and newspaper and magazine articles published online. Our analysis shows that the CLIV give focus to the referent of the focal constituent, and can be used for emphasis, support for the reworking of referents, summary and finalization. In addition, these CLIV predominantly use: (i) verbs of 'state' (Borba, 2002) on the SV of the presupposed part, with the pattern [É DISSO QUE SE TRATA] standing out; (ii) DEMNt 'isso’ (that) in the anaphoric and hybrid resumption of referents; and (iii) preposition in the oblique CF, which is a more recurrent strategy, more marked in givonian terms and less marked expressively.

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  • CALIANA DA SILVA SOUSA MEDEIROS
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  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • FATIHA DECHICHA PARAHYBA
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • Data: 22-jul-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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  • ANA ARELE GOMES DE FREITAS
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    “THAT IT MIGHT BE FULFILLED”  CITATION AND ARGUMENTATIVE ORIENTATION IN MATTHEW 1 AND 2

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • LUIZ ANTONIO DA SILVA
  • Data: 30-jul-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This dissertation proposes a linguistic analysis of the Gospel of Matthew, focusing on the intertextuality between its fragments and the Old Testament. Although the Bible is a multifaceted work, this research concentrates on identifying, describing, analyzing, and interpreting the argumentative phenomena, concerning the point of view (POV) and argumentative orientation (ArgO), considering the theory of Textual Discourse Analysis (TDA) by Jean-Michel Adam (2011). Thus, the research is qualitative with an interpretivist approach, following the inductive method and based on the theoretical postulates of Textual Discourse Analysis (TDA) with Adam (2011), Rodrigues, Passeggi, and Silva Neto (2010, 2014), Rodrigues (2020), and Passeggi et al. (2010), in dialogue with enunciative linguistic theories such as Rabatel (2016) and his concept of Prophetic Function (2019), as well as the concept of intertextuality by Beaugrande & Dressler (1981). The dissertation seeks to understand the argumentation in the Gospel of Matthew, focusing on the role of the intertextuality in argumentative orientation. Our general objective is to demonstrate how the intertextuality in the Messianic prophecies found in the Gospel of Matthew, which refer to the divine prophecies made in the Old Testament by prophets inspired by God, influences the production of meaning and argumentative orientation in the text. The main focus is on intertextuality and its argumentative role. The research aims to significantly contribute to linguistic studies, offering a new perspective on a crucial source for the theological, historical, and literary understanding of the life and teachings of Jesus. The adopted approach promises to shed light on aspects of discourse that may have been overlooked in more traditional interpretations. Thus, the dissertation seeks to expand the understanding of how books of the Bible can be analyzed in light of linguistic theories, offering a new angle of interpretation that enriches the comprehension of the biblical text. Concluding our analyses, we understand that by referencing the divine prophecies of the Old Testament, Matthew contextualizes his own arguments and interpretations of the prophecies within a narrative in which he guides the reader to understand that Jesus is the fulfillment of these prophecies. The use of intertextuality in the Gospel of Matthew helps create a continuity between the Old and New Testaments, and through it, Matthew shows that the story of Jesus is an extension and fulfillment of the promises made by God through the prophets. This validates Jesus' mission and demonstrates the consistency and faithfulness of God to His promises.

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  • SEAN MARDEM
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    ARGUMENTATIVE ORIENTATION AND FALLACIOUS SPEECH ACTS IN LIVE AND ON-DEMAND BROADCAST POLITICAL JOURNALISTIC INTERVIEWS

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • HALIS ALVES DO NASCIMENTO FRANCA
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • ROSALICE BOTELHO WAKIM SOUZA PINTO
  • Data: 31-jul-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research investigates the Argumentative Orientation and Fallacious Speech Acts in a pre-election broadcast political interview by Rede Globo and available on the Globoplay platform, involving the then-incumbent candidate for re-election, Jair Bolsonaro, interviewed by journalists William Bonner and Renata Vasconcelos on August 22, 2022. The corpus consists of phonetic and multimodal transcription, following NURC (Pretti, 1999) norms, as well as orthographic and grammatical transcription. Our methodological and theoretical approach is based on Textual Discourse Analysis (TAD) by Adam (2011, 2016, 2017a, 2017b, 2019, 2022, 2023), and works by Rodrigues (2018, 2021), Rodrigues, Silva Neto, and Passeggi (2010), Rodrigues and Marquesi (2023), and Pinto, Rodrigues, and Cortez (2019). These studies form our theoretical foundation for analyses within the levels [N4] and [N5] of TAD, with a special focus on Argumentative Orientation [N8], which we also connect with pragma-dialectics through the Speech Acts theory developed by Austin (1962), Searle (1969), Vanderveken (1990, 2001), and Eemeren and Grootendorst (1984, 1992). Additionally, we incorporate the concept of the collective editorial hyper-enunciator by Maingueneau (2004) and Grice's Cooperative Principle (1989). Using an iterative-spiral methodological and epistemic approach, we employ Peirce's abduction (1997) and Ginzburg's evidential paradigm (1989) to generate hypotheses from minimal clues and test them through inductive generalizations. This methodology allows for robust theoretical integration and detailed operationalization in the analysis of argumentative texts within the political-electoral context. Our investigation focuses on examining how political argumentation develops in a socially controlled institutional interaction, contrasting with less controlled political communication genres. Our results highlight the intense argumentative dynamics in the first four thematic blocks of the interview, where a higher incidence of argumentative orientation and fallacious speech acts is observed, contrasting with a more informative and less confrontational interaction in the subsequent blocks. The interviewers' questions reflect an attempt to elicit defensive and emotional responses from the interviewee, indicating a deliberate strategy to impact public perception. The analysis reveals that the interviewee's stance is marked by strategies of evasion, denial of notorious facts, non-intentional paralogical fallacies, and eristic sophisms (ARISTÓTELES, 2016, 2019; PLANTIN, 2008; MARDEM and RODRIGUES, 2023), which consist of intentional fallacies, suggesting a possible planning of perfidious argumentative tactics aimed at at least preserving the political viability of the candidate. These findings demonstrate not only the complexity of the persuasion mechanisms at play but also the interviewee's intention to manipulate audience perception to serve their political interests, suggesting an understanding of argumentation as a tool for electoral influence. The nine thematic blocks structuring the argumentative sections of the interview text demonstrate strong cohesion in the chaining of speech acts into argumentative, persuasive, or fallacious macro acts.

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  • ISABEL ROMENA CALIXTA FERREIRA
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    POINTS OF VIEW AND EMOTIONS IN THE ARGUMENTATIVE ORIENTATION OF CHILD HOMICIDE COMPLAINTS

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MARISE ADRIANA MAMEDE GALVAO
  • NOURAIDE FERNANDES ROCHA DE QUEIROZ
  • Data: 18-ene-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The general objective of this research is to investigate the points of view and emotions in the discursive genre of complaints regarding child homicides. The specific objectives consist of identifying, describing, analyzing and interpreting how points of view and emotions organize the discursive genre of denunciation. To this end, we analyze how these textual, discursive and enunciative devices contribute to the construction of the argumentative orientation of the complaints. The choice of this genre is relevant, as given the alarming number of reports about crimes against children, attention was drawn to its study in linguistic analysis from a textual, discursive and enunciative perspective, since this genre represents the voice of society. The research corpus consists of 4 (four) complaints produced by different prosecutors, relating to cases that had repercussions. It is anchored in theoretical approaches that enable the understanding of the corpus, from different authors, such as, for example, in the scope of Textual Linguistics, among them, Koch (2004, 2005, 2012) and Marcuschi (2005, 2008, 2012). The Philosophy of Language was used, with regard to Bakhtin's (2016) study on discursive genres. The research was inspired by works that focus on the Language/Law interface, including Rodrigues (2016a, 2016b, 2016c); Lourenço (2013, 2015); Gomes (2014); Cabral (2014, 2016) and Medeiros (2016). Likewise, studies by authors who focus on Discourse Analysis and Enunciation, among them, Rabatel (2013, 2016, 2017, 2021) and Textual Analysis of Discourses (ATD), with Adam (2011, 2019, 2021, 2022), precursor of this theory; Rodrigues (2021, 2022a, 2022b) and Passeggi et al (2010), authors who also adopt the ATD methodological procedures in their work. Regarding emotions, this work comes from one of the notable philosophers of Greek antiquity, thus subsidizing Aristotle's rhetoric of passions. Likewise, it is also based on the assumptions of linguists who focus on argumentation and emotion: Plantin (2008, 2010, 2011); Micheli (2008, 2010); Rodrigues (2010, 2016, 2017, 2021); Amossy (2020); Immediato (2007); Cabral (2016); Rocha (2019), and others. The research approach is qualitative, interpretive in nature; the type of bibliographical research and the inductive method are considered. The analysis revealed that the points of view (asserted, narrated and represented) in the speeches are marked in the argumentation of the speaker-complainant (prosecutor), in addition to his argumentation being marked by emotions materialized by subjective and evaluative lexemic verbs, which point to emotions /feelings of: indignation; fear; anguish; sadness; rejection and anger; attributed by the speaker-complainant to himself and to the second speakers (victim, accused), as evidenced by the textual, discursive and enunciative devices, thus contributing to the construction of the argumentative orientation of the genre studied.

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  • GABRIELLA KELMER DE MENEZES SILVA
  • FROZEN WORD, VIOLENT PATH: AN ANALYSIS OF RADUAN NASSAR’S AND RICARDO DAUNT’S SHORT NARRATIVES

  • Líder : DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • DAVI TINTINO FILHO
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • TANIA MARIA DE ARAUJO LIMA
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 05-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study aimed to analyse the different occurrences of violence and silence within short narratives “Menina a caminho”, by Raduan Nassar, and “Os autos de Beatriz”, by Ricardo Daunt, as literary productions that elaborate authoritative contexts. The research is qualitative and bibliographical. The comparative method is applied in order to establish associations between narratives (Carvalhal, 2003; Nitrini, 2015). To achieve the main intent of this work, the intersections between literature and society were observed based on the understandings of the integrative procedure (Candido, 2010, 2014) and the dialogical theory (Bakhtin, 2015), thus conceiving the stories as structures and discourses. Violence was studied according to Marilena Chauí (2017), who conceived the sociological notion of varied manners of aggressions being deeply rooted in the Brazilian society. Jaime Ginzburg (2012) and Karl Schøllhammer (2013), on their own turn, identified the productivity of the theme within national literature. Silence was understood as a non-verbal element of the utterance (Bakhtin, 2016; Volóchinov, 2019a), for which is necessary the attribution of a linguistic meaning (Barthes, 2003). In literature, such theme was comprehended based on the understanding of Lourival Holanda (1992), who saw in silence an indication of unequal social systems. As both violence and silence are intertwined in determined literary texts, circumstances of silencing, relative to the usage of force to make cease certain discursive manifestations, were also interpreted. As a result, multiple dimensions of violence, both symbolic and physical, were highlighted, such as the hierarchization of society, sexual abuse, rape, domestic aggression and torture. For silence, its apparitions around violent events were underlined, alongside the instances in which it was implicated in the maintenance of the Brazilian military dictatorship and in the self-protection of its opponents. Silencing, set apart by its forced nature, was identified within both narratives as impediment of the political speech. It was concluded, by the end of the research process, that the expressive means and the compositional elements from each narrative was responsible for the creation of different dimensions of the themes studied. They were seen in relation to either more hierarchical social relations or to the fictional materialisation of a violent state.

     

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  • DAYVESON NOBERTO DA COSTA PEREIRA
  • ACADEMIC LITERACY AND (DE)COLONIALITY OF KNOWLEDGE: A STUDY ON READING AND WRITING BY INDIGENOUS STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Líder : MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MOACI ALVES CARNEIRO
  • ALANA DRIZIÊ GONZATTI DOS SANTOS
  • CLAUDIA LEMOS VÓVIO
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • LUANDA REJANE SOARES SITO
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA SILVIA CINTRA MARTINS
  • Data: 27-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • With the consolidation of affirmative action policies in Universities and Federal Institutes, such as the quota system, made possible by Law nº 12,711/2012, a new student profile – indigenous, black, People with Disabilities (PwD) – has entered the Brazilian’s Higher Education Institutes in the last ten years. As a result, it is necessary to investigate how these students have dealt with the demands of the academic universe, starting with literacy practices specific to this communicative context, previously unknown to them. The following study, which falls within the field of Applied Linguistics, examines the contributions of a course, structured in workshops, with a view to developing the academic literacy of self-declared indigenous undergraduates, linked to different disciplinary communities. The research is justified as it provides input to critically rethink public literacy and retention policies for self-declared indigenous students in the academic field. Furthermore, our work is also justified by the need to discuss, within a decolonial axis, the importance of knowledge that lives outside the university walls. For a better perception of this universe by students, the course focused on the critical-analytical reading of the monograph genre, widely requested as a Course Completion Work (CCW) in undergraduate and lato sensu postgraduate courses. As specific objectives, we seek to (1) characterize the literacy workshops, identifying how the construction of awareness of textual genres took place in them; (2) ethnographically investigate the monograph genre from a teaching perspective and in light of its purposes, its readers and its writers; (3) understand the occurrence of epistemic disobedience in the formative course and its effects on the research participants academic itinerary. To generate data, we followed the procedures of action research (Thiollent, 2011) and critical ethnography (Madison, 2005), with literacy workshops recorded through photographs and audio recordings. Our corpus also comprises data generated from questionnaires, applied with the purpose of investigating the participants' formative itinerary, and portfolios, used as a didactic device to record monograph readings and promote continued self-assessment of students' performance during the course. Our discussion is supported, theoretically, by the academic literacy studies (Strett, 1999; Carlino, 2005; Zavala, 2011; Lillis, 2019), by the ethnographic perspective of textual genres (Devitt; Reiff; Bawarshi, 2004; Oliveira, 2020) and by decolonial studies (Lander, 2000; Castro-Gómez; Grosfoguel, 2007). The results obtained allow us to affirm that working with literacy workshops contributes to the development of reading and writing skills of minority ethnic groups in undergraduate studies. With this, we highlight the need for emancipatory literacy projects and policies that not only guarantee these students' access to higher education, but also provide for their permanence, raising, from an intercultural perspective and in opposition to epistemic violence (Mignolo, 2008), the respectful encounter of academic knowledge with ancestral knowledge.

     

     

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  • CAROLINE ESTEVAM DE CARVALHO PESSOA
  • THE HANDMAID’S TALE IN THE LIGHT OF THE DIALOGICAL ENCOUNTER BETWEEN MIKHAIL BAKHTIN AND WALTER BENJAMIN: A CRITICAL READING OF THE NOVEL AND ITS ADAPTATION FOR A TELEVISION SERIES

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • AURICÉLIO SOARES FERNANDES
  • JOSE WANDERSON LIMA TORRES
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • WILLIAM BRENNO DOS SANTOS OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 12-abr-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • We aim to create a critical reading approach to the novel The Handmaid's Tale (1996) by Canadian author Margaret Atwood and its homonymous adaptation for the TV series produced by Bruce Miller (2017-), in the light of the contrast-dialogue between Walter Benjamin and Mikhail Bakhtin, considering the categories of language and discourse. To this end, the specific objectives are: to discuss the theory of language in Benjamin and Bakhtin, considering the accordance and dissonance in their thought; to analyze how the language, from the point of view of Benjamin and Bakhtin, is rescued through the actions of the characters in the novel The handmaid’s tale (1996) and its adaptation to the TV series; to explore the categories of closed and disclosed discourses in the theoretical thought of Walter Benjamin and Mikhail Bakhtin; to investigate how the closed discourses in the novel The handmaid’s tale (1996) and its adaptation to the TV series are desecrated by the disclosed discourses, considering the thought of Benjamin and Bakhtin. In methodological terms, since our corpus is constituted of a series and a novel, we will analyze them in the light of critical literary and cultural theories, using bibliographical research as the technical procedure. The theoretical framework was the following: to discuss language and discourse we used the work of Mikhail Bakhtin (1987, 2014, 2015, 2018a, 2018b, 2019); and the writings of Walter Benjamin (1994, 2013, 2020). By way of conclusion, the critical reading of the novel The Handmaid's Tale (1996) and its adaptation for the series of the same name in the light of the dialogical confrontation between Benjamin and Bakhtin allowed us to identify the reification of the use of language by the dictatorship of Gilead as a strategy of oppression and civil domination, as well as the redemption of this language through the disruptive actions of the characters who stood up to the system. In terms of discourse, we detected in the characters' speech the impoverishment of verbal communication between individuals, as well as closed discourses originating from the dictatorship of Gilead which prevented individuals from elaborating their positions against the system, just as it was possible to see open discourses in the words of the characters who stood up to the oppression of the figures representing the power of Gilead. The dialogical confrontation between Walter Benjamin and Mikhail Bakhtin proved to be productive, as it was possible to find points of encounter and confrontation in the categories of language and discourse: in "language" we see that for Bakhtin, language is dialogical, full of social voices; for Benjamin, it is only in the interrelationship with the other that significant and creative potential is manifested. As far as discourse is concerned, Bakhtin sees it as heterodiscursive, tense with opinions, with the voices of others; in Benjamin, discursive openness occurs in the libertarian tone of technical reproducibility, of revolutionary history, for example.

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  • HÉLCIU EINSTEIN SANTOS FERREIRA
  • MELANCHOLY, LOSS OF THE IDEAL AND SUBLIMATION IN TRISTRAM SHANDY

  • Líder : ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • FRANCISCO FABIO VIEIRA MARCOLINO
  • MARIA DA CONCEICAO OLIVEIRA GUIMARAES
  • VITOR CEI SANTOS
  • Data: 23-abr-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis has the purpose of analyzing the novel The Life and Opinions of Tristram
    Shandy, Gentleman, by the Irish author Laurence Sterne (1713-1768), released for
    the first time in 1760, under the perspective of melancholy. Although Sterne’s work is
    more well known for its humor and irreverence, there are characteristics, either in its
    protagonist Tristram as in several aspects of the book itself, such as its fragmented
    narrative and its apparently lack of sense, that reveals a sadder and more
    melancholic side that can be unnoticed by the reader; therefore, we will focus on this
    melancholic element of this character and how his melancholy can be perceived
    through his writing. We will also analyze the character of Walter Shandy, the
    protagonist’s father, applying Sigmund Freud’s (1856-1939) theory of loss, so we can
    have a better comprehension of how such loss contributed to the melancholic
    condition of his son. Furthermore, we will also show how Tristram makes use of
    playfulness and humor to fight against sadness, in a process known as sublimation.
    To bring this melancholic aspect of Sterne’s novel to light, we will make use of the
    famous works of Freud, Luto e Melancolia (Lute and Melancholy, 2020) and O mal-
    estar na civilização (Civilization and its discontents, 2011), and Sandra Eller’s book
    Luto e Melancolia: a sombra do espetáculo (2012), where she does a deep analysis
    of Freud’s text. Also, we will make use of several books, articles and texts to base
    our study, such as the introductory texts of the Brazilian and Portuguese editions of
    Tristram Shandy, from the authors José Paulo Paes (2006) and Manuel Portela
    (1997), and the works of Sergio Paulo Rouanet (2007), Maria Rita Kehl (2009), Jean
    Starobinski (2016), Luiz Costa Lima (2017), Karina Chianca (2016), among others.
    Through this research, we can conclude that melancholy not only is an element in
    Tristram Shandy, but it is also something that in several times it mixes with its humor,
    in a process that makes the book even more fascinating and timeless.

6
  • MARIA CLARA LUCENA DE LEMOS
  • The link between discourse plan and situated metaphor in the opinion article

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • FERNANDO DA SILVA CORDEIRO
  • MONCLAR GUIMARÃES LOPES
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • SOLANGE COELHO VEREZA
  • Data: 23-abr-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this thesis, we investigate the relationship between the discourse plan category and the situated metaphor category in opinion articles. We consider the functional and cognitive dimensions underlying this relationship. Our general hypothesis is that there is a close relationship between the discursive plan of opinion articles and the emergence of situated metaphors in these texts. This relationship is expressed by the predilection of portions in figure position to evoke the situated metaphor. In view of this relationship, we have developed an analysis that combines the functional and cognitive aspects to discuss the phenomenon focused on here. In terms of the functionalist approach, we draw on the assumptions of Functional Linguistics based on Givón (1995, 2001, 2011 [1979]), Traugott and Dasher (2002) and Furtado da Cunha, Costa and Cezario (2015), among others. With regard to Cognitivism, we draw on Tomasello (1998), Lakoff (1987), Fauconnier (1997), Lakoff and Johnson (2003 [1980]), among others. We also draw on Hopper and Thompson (1980), Haido (1996) and Lemos (2020) for discussions on discourse plan, and on Vereza (2007, 2013, 2016, 2017) for situated metaphor. Our investigative locus is the text and, because it extrapolates the traditional method of analysis of these theoretical strands, our work has a macrolinguistic approach. Methodologically, the research is qualitative and descriptive-explanatory. We used both inductive and deductive reasoning to observe the phenomenon analyzed and used the saturation method to describe the results obtained from the empirical material analyzed, which consisted of four opinion articles with different themes and authors. Our results show that there is a link between the analytical categories discourse plan and situated metaphor, so that the majority of situated metaphors (online) are used in a figure position, constituting a mechanism used in the service of argumentation. Furthermore, the findings show that the creation/understanding procedures of these metaphors produced online are monitored by processes of (inter)subjectivity and pragmatic inference, at the same time as they are supported by cognitive models. Thus, the linking of these two categories reflects, from a functional point of view, the close relationship between form and function: the choice of placing the metaphor in a figure position, highlighting the statement with updated meaning online, reflects its discursive role in the service of argumentation and consequent adherence, by the interlocutors, to the thesis defended. In cognitive terms, the general domain mechanisms, particularly imagery schemes and metaphorical and metonymic projections, support the mappings established ad hoc, enabling the interlocutor to undertake online interpretations, i.e. changes in interpretation that do not affect the linguistic code definitively, but are necessary to achieve an understanding of the situated metaphor.

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  • ANA PAULA DA MOTTA BOTELHO GADELHA
  • EXPECTATION VIOLATION IN THE SKETCHES OF PORTA DOS FUNDOS: AN ECOCOGNITE ANALISYS OF COMMENTS
  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ALEXANDRE BATISTA DA SILVA
  • AURELINA ARIADNE DOMINGUES ALMEIDA
  • VANILTON PEREIRA DA SILVA
  • Data: 26-abr-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aimed to investigated the causes of different reactions to the expectation violation in the sketches of Porta dos Fundos in attempet to understand  the cognitive mecanisms  that underlie these diffrences and their relationship with our sociocultural experiences, in the light of the Ecocognition. This Cognitive Linguistics bias emphasizes the role of the environment (Gibson, 2015) in the process of emergence of cognition and language, in which perceptual information is associated with linguistic information (Duque, 2018) by language games (Wittgenstein, 2012; Steels, 2011; Duque, 2022). From this relationship, we construct meaning, by frames, framing our view of the world (Fillmore, 1982; Lakoff, 2014; Duque 2017, 2018). These cognitive mechanisms are evoked in language games, whose behavior is complex and adaptive, (Rzevski, 201[?] Duque, 2016) subject to conceptual ruptures caused by expectation violations. This requires the remodeling of frames (Duque, 2017; Duque; Alves, 2022) and causes different reactions in participants, related to their moral conceptions (Lakoff, 1999). Considering such specificities and objective, this study was developed in a qualitative way, in order to understand and interpret human relationships (Minayo, 2001) to clarify how these different reactions are constructed. For this, the corpus was made up of comments from the Porta dos Fundos sketches “Padrino”, “Domingo”, “Fake Pandemia”, “Polemica da Semana: Racismo” and “Manobra”, through the language game instrument, and the sample using the Saturation Point (Fontanella; Ricas; Turato, 2008). As for the analysis, content analysis was used (Bardin, 1977), whose categories are constituency  and  frames (schemes and moral frame). The results of this research showed two reactions to the sketches, categorized as favorable and unfavorable, resulting, respectively, from frame emulation and frame integration. Furthermore, they confirmed that the use of each cognitive mechanism refers to a specific moral frame, thus, the emulation of frames highlights the protective Father moral model; and the integration of frames highlights highlights the Strict Father moral model.


8
  • JUAN DOS SANTOS SILVA
  • UM FAROL NO MEIO DO SERTÃO: LITERATURA FÂNONE E CLUBES DE LEITURA DO IFRN COMO ARTICULADORES DE TECITURAS POLIFÔNICAS

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • GILMEI FRANCISCO FLECK
  • LUCAS VENICIO DE CARVALHO MACIEL
  • TACICLEIDE DANTAS VIEIRA
  • Data: 14-may-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Este trabalho intenta reconhecer o processo de construção identitária resultante da participação de sujeitos em comunidades de leitores do Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Norte (IFRN), localizadas no interior do estado.  Assim, parte-se da concepção de que a prática da leitura, mesmo quando solitária, envolve uma série de negociações entre leitor, autor, personagens e os planos de fundo sociais que os envolvem, transformando essa prática em uma atividade de caça (CERTEAU, 2014) e evidenciando a natureza dialógica dos enunciados, como proposto por Bakhtin e seu círculo de pensadores. Ao observar o processo de leitura nas comunidades de leitores IFRN, o fenômeno ganha capilaridade ao perceber o contexto dos sujeitos envolvidos nessas práticas, uma vez que quando estão na condição de moradores de cidades do interior estão mergulhados em uma realidade particular que, muitas vezes, podam suas possibilidades de identidade. Assim, a leitura para muitos estudantes é uma forma de ver e performar – de forma ficcional – aquilo que eles mesmo são, mas não podem falar sobre ou não possuem referências disso no meio em que vivem. Para compreender esse embate que evoca vozes dos sujeitos leitores, dos heróis das obras lidas, dos que compõem o corpo da escola e, por fim, dos que formam as cidades e regiões em que o IFRN se localiza, é fundamental a discussão em torno da polifonia (BAKHTIN, 2008) para compreender como essa multiplicidade de vozes em equipolência constrói e reconstrói as identidades dos sujeitos que passam por esse processo. Na tentativa de compreender esse processo, serão realizadas entrevistas com doze pessoas envolvidas nesse processo, sendo nove ex-alunos participantes de comunidades de leitores do IFRN, e três professores que estiveram envolvidos nesses projetos. Esses relatos serão transformados em texto escrito e, a partir do processo metodológico das micro-histórias (GINZBURG, 2006) e, ancorados nas teorias de Bakhtin e do Círculo, sobretudo no que compete à polifonia, problematizaremos as implicações dessas comunidades de leitores para a construção identitárias dos sujeitos nela envolvidas. Para ancorar essa discussão, teorias que dialogam sobre a hipermodernidade (LIPOVETSKY, 2004), corpo (LOURO 2016), leitura (PETIT, 2010) e regionalidade (RIBEIRO, 2006) foram essenciais para situar os sujeitos. Além disso, concepções que tiram a polifonia de sua visão ortodoxa (ALEKSIEVITCH, 2016; CANEVACCI, 2004) promoveram caminhos teórico-metodológicos mais adequados para esta pesquisa.

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  • CLÁUDIA CYNARA COSTA DE SOUZA PINHEIRO
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    TEXTUAL DISCOURSES ANALYSIS: ENUNCIATION, ARGUMENTATION, AND PRAGMATICS IN BILLS AND ORDINARY LAWS

     

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • DANIEL ALVES PESSOA
  • SUELI CRISTINA MARQUESI
  • Data: 29-jul-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Contemporary research on linguistic-discursive strategies in concrete legal texts encourages scientific inclinations at the intersection of Language and Law. This intersection has the linguistic potential to understand language in use and to produce possible social control effects. Therefore, our main objective is to investigate enunciation and argumentation in bills and ordinary laws, considering the pragmatic dimension for interpreting legal genres. As specific goals, we aim to identify, describe, analyze, and interpret: a) the text structure and textual sequences of the genres; b) the enunciative responsibility and polyphonic cohesion in the data; c) the argumentative orientation of the textual material; and d) the pragmatic elements mobilized in the texts for understanding meanings. This work is grounded in the theoretical-methodological proposal of Textual Discourses Analysis, drawing from Adam (2011, 2019, 2022), focusing on the study of enunciation, argumentation, and pragmatics. It is supported by Marcuschi (2002), Koch (2001), Rodrigues, Passeggi, and Silva Neto (2010, 2014), Cabral (2013, 2015), Marquesi (2014, 2016, 2017), Marquesi, Elias, and Cabral (2017), Pinto (2017), Jurach (2017), Souza (2020), and Rodrigues (2022). From a theoretical point of view of Enunciation, we follow Benveniste (1989), Authier-Revuz (1990), Guentchéva (1994, 1996, 2011), Adam (1992, 1997, 2002, 2011), Flores (2008, 2011, 2016), Rabatel (2009, 2015, 2016, 2021), Fiorin (2016), Passeggi et al. (2010), Rodrigues (2017), Rodrigues and Marquesi (2021), and the proponents of the Scandinavian Theory of Linguistic Polyphony – ScaPoLine – Nølke, Fløttum, and Norén (2001). For Argumentation, we follow Aristotle's Rhetoric (1959), Ducrot (1987, 1988, 1989, 1999), Perelman and Olbrechts-Tyteca (2005), Amossy (2005, 2008, 2011), Pinto (2010), and Cavalcante et al. (2020). For Pragmatics, we adopt Austin (1962, 1990), Searle (1969, 1976, 1985, 1995a, 1995b), Vanderveken (1985, 1997, 2016), Adam (2020), Silva (2021, 2022), and the Pragma-Dialectics of Eemeren (2004). This doctoral research adopts a qualitative, interpretative approach, using the inductive method of analysis, and is exploratory and documentary in nature. Our examination found that the text structure follows a fixed plan according to current legislation, organized through textual sequences: descriptive, mainly in the initial and final statements of the texts; narrative, used as arguments in the justifications of the proposals; explanatory, embedded in bills and laws to support argumentation; and argumentative, marked in the prototypical sequential arrangements and at the macro level of the text, contributing to the argumentative focus of the texts and the communicative prototype of the genres. Regarding enunciation, we found that language markers and voices in the texts indicate varying levels of engagement of the enunciators with the propositional content, analyzed on a scale from minimal commitment expressions to the presence of signatures as a maximum assumption by the authors. Thus, these levels of analysis indicate the argumentative orientation of statements towards the pragmatic dimension of language, enhancing the understanding of the performative meaning of legal texts in their usage context. Therefore, bills and ordinary laws represent manifestations of language used by legal practitioners in communicative situations to formalize intentions that promote access to justice. Through language, we establish interpersonal relationships, rights, duties, and, above all, perform speech acts with performative aims that determine social actions and changes in a legally organized world.

2023
Disertaciones
1
  • JULIA OHANA ALVES MEDEIROS
  •  LABOR SENTENCE OF MORAL DAMAGE: ANALYSIS OF TEXT PLAN, POINT OF VIEW AND ENUNCIATIVE RESPONSIBILITY


  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • ANDERSON SOUZA DA SILVA LANZILLO
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • Data: 16-ene-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Analyzing the discursive genre labor sentence of moral damage, circumscribed to the legal domain, regarding the phenomena of text plan, point of view and enunciative responsibility is our purpose in this work. Therefore, we aim to identify, describe, analyze and interpret a) how the text plan of the analyzed sentences is constituted; b) the points of view articulated in the decision; and c) the linguistic markers related to the enunciative responsibility of the first speaker/enunciator (S1/E1). In this way, we executed a research with a qualitative approach, fundamentally interpretative, and with documentary analysis through the inductive method. The corpus consists of thirteen labor sentences, one from each Labor Court of Natal-RN (Brazil), linked to the Tribunal Regional do Trabalho/Regional Labor Court of the 21st Region (TRT21), responsible for promoting justice in labor relations in the state of Rio Grande do Norte (RN). We selected the sentences considering the following criteria: 1) that the sentence is a definitive one; 2) that it follows the common procedural rite; 3) that it addresses a claim for moral damages; and 4) that it has been judged between 2018 and 2020, considering that the last Labor Court of Natal-RN was created in September 2017. From this last Court, we have sentences with the established criteria as of 2018. The delimitation of the final period is the year immediately prior to our entry into the master's program. For data collection, we resorted to the website www.trt21.jus.br, which is publicly accessible. The research is based on the theoretical postulates of Textual Analysis of Discourses, Theory of Enunciation and Discourse Analysis. In this direction, we follow authors who work with Enunciative Responsibility, among them, Adam (2011), Rabatel (2017), Rodrigues (2016, 2017) and Passeggi et al. (2010), in dialogue with linguistic approaches related to the Point of View, from the perspective of Rabatel (2013, 2016), and to the Text Plan, with Adam (2011, 2021, 2022), Rodrigues and Marquesi (2021), Marquesi (2016 ), Cabral (2013), Marquesi, Cabral and Rodrigues (2020) among others. Data analysis points to the following results: we found that the text plan of the analyzed sentences is presented as fixed or conventional, but with variations resulting from the organization of each magistrate. We observed the predominance of non-assumption of enunciative responsibility in the report section, which was evident by the use of impersonality markers, of direct speech and indirect speech by the S1/E1. We also identified that, although there is no assumption of enunciative responsibility in the reasoning of the sentences, which is evident by the use of indirect and direct speeches by the judge, it is predominant, in this textual zone, the assumption of enunciative responsibility by the magistrate, as a S1/E1, what was possible to verify, mainly, by spatial deictic markers, modalities and verbs in the first person singular. In the device section, we found that the assumption of enunciative responsibility predominates, even though the judge is implicitly engaged with the propositional content conveyed. As for the point of view, we found that the linguistic markers point to the argumentative orientation of the judge, sometimes in the sense of condemning the defendant to pay compensation for moral damages and sometimes in the sense of rejecting the claim of the plaintiff, predominating in the sentence the point of view narrated and represented in the report and asserted in the reasoning and device sections.

2
  • HUGO PEDRO SILVA DOS SANTOS
  • NARRATIVES OF THE SUN: (RE)CONSTRUCTION OF THE HINTERLAND IDENTITY IN STATEMENTS BY MASTERS OF POPULAR CULTURE
     
     
  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • ISMAR INACIO DOS SANTOS FILHO
  • Data: 17-ene-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The sertão/Northeast was invented through the consolidation of a hegemonic discursive matrix that implies to the territory a series of images and archives of social memory that refer to drought, extreme poverty, inclemency of space and, as an essential consequence, to the withdrawal and exodus. A large part of such socio-territorial, cultural and historical aspects were established through a hegemonic discursive matrix that brought together discursive processes in different spheres of human activity, according to the historiography of Albuquerque Jr. (2011; 2013). Among the spheres that contributed decisively to the invention of the Northeast/sertão, we can highlight the artistic-cultural sphere, especially with regard to what was called northeastern regionalism, a concept that defines the culture of the territory as traditional, archaic and mythical, corroborating for the consolidation of a supposedly essential identity for the space and its people. This time, the objective of this work is to understand how the identity of the sertão is discursively (re)constructed in statements by masters of popular/regionalist culture from the city of Piranhas/AL, state of Alagoas. That is, I intend to understand what world of meanings are present in oral statements by masters of regionalist popular culture from Piranha and what are the semantic and identity implications for the territory. For this purpose, I take as a corpus/materiality of studies, utterances by masters of regionalist popular culture from Piranhas/AL, generated in “controlled conversations” carried out with subjects recognized regionally as masters of regional culture of cultural manifestations such as the Samba from Tebei, Reisado, Grupo Armorial from Piranhas/AL and Xaxado from the city located in the high backlands of Alagoas. I am epistemologically affiliated with the theoretical-methodological assumptions of Applied Linguistics with an indisciplinary basis, an area of linguistic-discursive studies based on the concern to elaborate intelligibility about contemporary social life, the research is also anchored in the interpretivist epistemological paradigm, understood and modulated here, to the in the light of Bakhtinian studies, such as ethnolinguistics of living speech, which provides apparatus and theoretical-methodological subsidies for a discursive reading of the aforementioned materiality. Understanding the corpus of the research as complex, during the course of the investigation, knowledge from different areas of knowledge is mobilized, such as History, Geography, Linguistics, Cultural and Identity Studies, referring to the historiographical proposal of Albuquerque Jr. (2011, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2020), as well as in the conception of Bakhtinian language in Bakhtin (2011, 2015, 2018) and Volochinov (2017, 2018, 2019) as well as in the epistemological proposal of Moita Lopes (2006, 2009, 2020), Signorini (1998), Hall (2007; 2014), among others. The results reverberate the identity construction of the hinterland through the imbrication of two fundamental questions, culture and nature. The statements of the masters of popular culture build the sertão identity in dialogue with the hegemonic discursive matrix and with the regionalist political-literary proposal of the end of the century. XIX over the territory, so that the sun, for example, is chosen narratively as a striking symbol for the construction of such an aspect.

      
     
3
  • MOISÉS SILVA DE AZEVEDO FILHO
  • Self Writings and the Autofiction in  The Bell Jar, by Sylvia Plath

  • Líder : MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MONALIZA RIOS SILVA
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • Data: 10-feb-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present dissertation proposes to investigate the novel The Bell Jar (1963), by Sylvia Plath, starting from a reading from the perspective of autofiction, a term coined by the French writer Serge Doubrovsky in the 1970s to characterize autobiographical writing practices through the model of fiction. Our proposal is to study the writer's authorial and factual presence, pointing out fictional events in the narrative that, supposedly, present autobiographical indications. Next, we will study how Sylvia Plath, as a female author, resorted to a narrative model inherent in her literary productions, which consist of a performance of herself through the emergence of feminist movements in the 1950s and 1960s. Excerpts from the book were examined, basing the analysis on an authorized biography of Sylvia Plath, as well as her own diaries. Thus, we assume that, although The Bell Jar (1963) was published before the emergence of the concept of autofiction, the novel presents resources and narrative compositions similar to an autobiographical text, however, written in the mold of fiction. The research had a bibliographical and investigative character, having as main theoretical assumptions texts by authors such as Bakhtin (2011a; 2011b), Lejeune (2008), Foucault (2006 and 2001), Barthes (2004a; 2004b) and Doubrovsky (1970).

4
  • TULIO DE SANTANA BATISTA
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE GAMES IN YOUNG CHILDREN: AN ANALYSIS OF THE VLOGS FROM THE GEMEOS ALE NANDA CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA FLÁVIA LOPES MAGELA GERHARDT
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • RICARDO YAMASHITA SANTOS
  • Data: 28-feb-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research seeks to investigate and describe the complexity of the linguistic development of language games, regarding the early period development of infants. Thus, its main aim is to demonstrate the importance of playing language games for linguistic development, that is, for the conceptual emulation accomplished by young children.  In theoretical terms, this study is significantly based on the following notions: Ecological Cognition (Ecocognition; DUQUE, 2015b; 2016; 2017; 2018), a strand of Cognitive Linguistics, whose initial condition is the organism-environment relationship; Frames (LAKOFF, 2011; DUQUE, 2015a, 2017); Language Games (WITTGENSTEIN, 1999; STEELS, 2012; DUQUE, 2018; 2022); and Joint Attention (TOMASELLO, 2008). Furthermore, this study is grounded in the Interpretivist Research Paradigm, since its purpose consists of understanding and interpreting the semiosis of human relations (MINAYO, 2009). Therefore, the nature of this research is qualitative. The methodological procedures performed in this study, which have empirical properties, are based on the assumptions of Content Analysis  (BARDIN, 2011) and focus on the description and analysis of corpus. The corpus of this research is composed by twenty videos from the Youtube Channel “Gêmeos Alê e Nanda”. However, for the qualification exam, a fraction of our corpus was analyzed. Such fraction contains seven videos, which totalled four minutes and forty-six seconds of critical events in the recordings. The analysis carried out so far suggests that a language game is formed by the combination of the two types of information in the environment, that is, perceptual information and linguistic information. Then, throughout the interactions, a language game acquires cultural frammings, profiles, perspectives, and intentions, which operate in real time and are controlled by the perceptual information provided by direct perception. As soon as children experience new situations, the simple games are fed back and constitute new and more complex games. Such language games seem to be first captured as information attached to experienced situations. They are subsequently detached from the situations and transformed into linguistic information, that is, into linguistic constructions whose joint attention is more precise and contributive in constructing new meanings for the environment.

5
  • KETILLY DE FREITAS NOBRE DANTAS SILVA
  • THE SOUNDING OF OPPRESSED VOICES IN THE CLASSROOM: READINGS OF UM DEFEITO DE COR
  • Líder : VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • KALINA ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES DE PAIVA
  • VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • Data: 17-mar-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In school environments, the frequent exclusion of readings of non-canonical works is visible, especially those that approach issues of minorities, since they are not part of the aesthetic “standards” that ratify the canonical status of a work. Narratives about black people and their trajectory in Brazil commonly take place through a dominant view among the canons of literature. In counterpoint, this research makes a reading of the contemporary work Um defeito de cor, by Ana Maria Gonçalves, which proposes a reconstruction of history by presenting it from a peripheral vision, making use of historiographical metafiction in its narrative. In the present analysis and intervention in the High School classroom, the work of Ana Maria Gonçalves was selected with the purpose of discussing its contribution not only in the construction of the subject's identity, but in the reflection on the social and contextual issues that surround this construction inside and outside the school. Therefore, the theoretical framework that composes this research is formed by the reflections of Dalcastagnè (2012), Kothe (1997), Schollhammer (2011), Hutcheon (1991), Cosson (2006) and Zilberman (2012), in addition to other theorists, articles, dissertations and theses in the field of literature and teaching. In addition to the bibliographical research, a field research was carried out that took place in two spaces: in formal education and in digital, with the purpose of examining the behavior of the postmodern subject in different spaces, understanding how they position themselves on issues of blackness, mainly showing the relation between the non-canonical work and the formation of this subject's identity.

6
  • DIÓGENES PAULO DA SILVA
  • THE PRODUCTION OF ACADEMIC GENRES BY UFRN UNDERGRADUATES: A DISCURSIVE ANALYSIS OF KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZING WRITING

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ADRIANA SANTOS BATISTA
  • EMARI DE ANDRADE
  • GEOVÁ BEZERRA GUIMARÃES
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • Data: 20-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study analyzes the writings of undergraduate students to understand how the voice of others is moved from one text to another and to what extent they leave or not traces of a writing that mobilizes knowledge. Through the writing of book reports, summaries and reviews, we investigated how undergraduates mobilize different voices and whether, when incorporating the speeches, they show traces of a writing that mobilizes knowledge, and what linguistic strategies can be observed from this academic writing. The productions are seen, in this investigation, as a product that says about the process of forming undergraduates, as a writing that demands knowledge about linguistic ways of dealing with discourses about the social sphere in which this writing takes place and for which it is intended. From this perspective, we observe the texts based on the following questions: How do undergraduates materialize the voice of others when moving them from one text to another? What linguistic traits can be identified as writing that mobilizes knowledge in the production of files, summaries and reviews? How does the student move the discourses of a text when incorporating other voices? And how can the student, by producing more than one version of the text, in the context of remote classes, manage to create space for the construction of a mobilizing writing? We raised as a presupposition the idea that in the writing of book reports, summaries and reviews, one can observe the way in which the undergraduate, when moving different voices, incorporates the discourses, allowing to see or not linguistic forms of a writing that mobilizes knowledge. Our corpus of analysis consists of the writings and rewritings produced by fifteen students of a Leitura e Produção de Textos Acadêmicos I discipline at UFRN (2020.2), in the context of remote classes as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. From this total, we selected texts produced by five students to compose the cut of the analyses. As a theoretical contribution, we sought Pêcheux's (1997) studies on the subject-form in discourse; Maingueneau (1997) to investigate the forms of reported discourse; Fuchs (1985) on linguistic paraphrase; and Authier-Revuz (1990; 2004; 2007) for the allusion to the discourse of the other. In this direction, the results obtained permitted us to raise, in the discursive thread of writing, the idea that students, when moving the voices of a text, tend to select in the 1st version the most relevant writings and take them for rewriting. In the 2nd version, by interpellation of the other, in a biased way, students rewrite only the points addressed in the teacher/tutor's guidance. In this way, we were able to perceive traces of mobilizing writings, only in the production of summaries and reviews.  

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  • CARLOS CÉSAR DE OLIVEIRA CORREIA
  • COMMENTS ON THE USE OF PARAGRAPH BY CHILDREN WHO WRITE THE SAME TEXT TOGETHER

  • Líder : MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDUARDO CALIL DE OLIVEIRA
  • LUÍS FILIPE TOMÁS BARBEIRO
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • Data: 28-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Studies on the evaluation system, its first uses, its history, the first ones that circumscribed this system are getting attention in the last decades. The universe of signs, their status, the function they perform or the relationship of interest they maintain with different semiotic and linguistic strata productively feed the gaze on the exhibition system, on a variety of visible graphic forms on paper and shapes not graphically visible (e.g. text layout, paragraph, etc.). Our study is part of the set of studies on the use and learning process of this system by elementary school students. The data processed through a set of invented stories together in a system were written and recorded in a multimodal system through which we have dialogue from the students who are writing the text together. Our investigation is based on the following questions: 1. When and at what moments do you write paragraphs in your texts? 2. What is the nature of the justification (syntactic, semantic?) given by the students for the use of the paragraph? Considering these points, we raised questions about the students' dialogues about this textual object (the paragraph), highlighting two situations: 1. the simple comments, when the students only mention the use of the paragraph, without explanation or argumentation; 2. paragraph the extended comment or when the students discussed argue and justify the use of the text. Also register the moments, in the writing of the text, in which the students only gesture on the sheet of paper, still gesture, in a consensual way, the need to start a new paragraph in the text. The, in progress, point out that the comments made by children are not easy to classify. On the other hand, in the construction of the paragraph, the students manifest some kind of knowledge, arising from previous knowledge accumulated in the experience with texts in the knowledge that is built in school study, an example of the need to make the school environment in the text when the subject of the previous paragraph is no longer the same or when introducing character speech in the text.

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  • MARCOS JOSÉ VASCONCELOS DE GOIS
  • PLEA IN A LABOR PROCESS REGARDING MORAL DEMAGE

  • Líder : JOAO GOMES DA SILVA NETO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CELIA MARIA MEDEIROS BARBOSA DA SILVA
  • FRANCISCO GEONILSON CUNHA FONSECA
  • JOAO GOMES DA SILVA NETO
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • Data: 28-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this dissertation, we studied the argumentation in a labor process of moral damage, whose objective was to identify and describe the procedures of the Language and, more specifically, of the speech used in the request of moral damage in a judicial sentence. We support our research in the constructs in ATD – Textual Analysis of Discourses – Adam (2011), in studies on the rhetoric of Aristotle (1969) and Perelman (1996), Rodrigues, Silva Neto and Passeggi (2010); methodologically, we used the deductive-inductive method, as we analyzed the argumentation in an “unknown” text – particular case – based on an already known theory (about language, text and argumentation). As for the nature and objectives, our research was characterized as qualitative and as an explanatory and descriptive investigation, with technical procedures for document collection and bibliographical research. As a corpus, we use a judicial sentence of a labor nature, extracted from the website of the TRT - Regional Labor Court, 21st Region. The results revealed, through the positions of the enunciators in the analyzed discourses, that the argumentative connectors played decisive roles in the organization of the argumentative strategies of the text and the discourse, guiding the co-enunciators towards the conclusion desired by their enunciator. It was also possible to conclude that the use of argumentative connectors allowed constructions with presuppositions in the form of presentation of the arguments and in the construction of the argumentation, as well as the operators "therefore", "because", "with the purpose of", but also", " not only” among others. Finally, the enunciator introduced arguments based on the use of linguistic marks capable of demonstrating – justifying a thesis and refuting an adverse thesis towards an acceptable basic conclusion within a text plan.

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  • JOSÉ CLAUDIO GOMES DANTAS
  • Representation of gender oppression and resistance: a dialogical analysis of the protagonist of Angélica, a novel for children and adolescents

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • TAMARA MARIA COSTA E SILVA NOGUEIRA DE ABREU
  • NEWTON DE CASTRO PONTES
  • Data: 22-jun-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Analytical studies that focus on literature for children and adolescents have proved to be a great contribution to the area as well as the arena of many discussions in academic research. In this sense, this study adds, to the existing literary studies, a discussion that seeks to understand to what extent the discourses of gender oppression and resistance constitute the ideological formation of the protagonist of Lygia Bojunga Nunes’s novel Angélica (1975/2019). Furthermore, based on this dialogue, it aims to discuss the construction of the ideological formation of the characters based on Bakhtin’s theory, focusing on the discourses of gender oppression and resistance introduced in the narrative. The field of zooliterature, conceptualized by Maciel (2007; 2008; 2011; 2016a; 2016b), among other authors, cooperates with the theory of dialogism of the Bakhtin Circle (Bakhtin, Voloshinov and Medvedev) for the analysis of the novel. As for the methodology, this is a bibliographic research, guided by the Circle’s notion that the true literary analysis starts from the text. The final results of this dialogic study point to the recognition of the axiological position of rejection of the patriarchal authoritarian discourse of silencing the female character and her resistance, represented by the animal-character Angélica.

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  • ELIZABETE NASCIMENTO AGUIAR
  • LITERARY LITERACY AND MAIS PAIC PROGRAM: A STUDY ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT OF READERS IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL IN THE CITY OF CAPISTRANO, STATE OF CEARÁ, IN POST REMOTE LEARNING ERA


  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLEUDENE DE OLIVEIRA ARAGÃO
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • Data: 30-jun-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This essay intends to do an investigation about how MAIS PAIC PROGRAM contributes for literary literacy in the final stage of the Ensino Fundamental in a public school in the city of Capistrano, in the state of Ceará, Brazil, considering the development of literary readers in post remote learning era. The study aims to analyze the axis Literature and reader development at MAIS PAIC PROGRAM, according to official documents that drive the teaching of literature in Basic Education, such as Base Nacional Comum Curricular and Parâmetros Curriculares Nacionais and to identify any challenges that learners have tackled in public schools in the city, the development of literary readers, during literary reading. From that basis, this essay proposes a didactic sequence related to literary reading, focusing on the development of a literary reader, promoting
    literary literacy after the remote learning period with the reading cycle applied in MAIS PAIC. In order to understand the topic, it is necessary to consider the teaching of literature as a human right (CANDIDO, 2017), the literary reading during and after remote learning as a reading practice in a place of crisis
    (PETIT, 2020) and the teaching of literature from basic didactic sequences for literary literacy (COSSON, 2020). The research also applies workshops inspired in basic sequence of Cosson (2020) for MAIS PAIC reading cycle, in a 9 th grade class of a city school in Capistrano. The results in this essay show that after the experienced challenges in remote learning, literature needs to be present in classroom, in order to promote the literary literacy and the development of literary readers using didactic sequences that allow students to perform interactive reading, becoming protagonists in their own learning process and, in addition, they might dialogue with one another and behold literature as a human right that school must grant.

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  • SIMONE SANTANA FERRAZ
  •  

    THE PRESENCE OF ORALITY IN ENGLISH COURSEBOOKS: an analysis of the books Bridges and Way to English

  • Líder : ANA GRACA CANAN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA GRACA CANAN
  • LIGIA DE SOUZA LEITE MORAES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 04-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research proposes an analysis of two English textbooks (henceforth LD)
    approved by the Brazilian Textbook program (PNLD) offered to Brazilian public
    schools (hereafter EP): Bridges and Way to English. We used two books for the
    sixth grade of elementary school, in which most public school's students have
    their first contact with English in a school environment. The objective of this
    research is to analyze and identify the proposals of activities that highlight the
    speaking skill in the textbooks approved by PNLD. The methodology applied to
    this research was qualitative to perform descriptive analysis. During the
    analysis, we used Littlewood's diagram (2018) to understand the dynamics of
    speaking in the LD and the obstacles to the effective communicative
    competence in LI in a school environment. The theoretical support is based on
    authors such as Littlewood (2018); Leffa (1999; 2016); Oliveira (2014); Dörnyei
    (2011); Nunan (2003; 2009); Richards (2001); Tomlinson (2011); Paiva (2011),
    among others. Among the reflections, we highlight the excessive presence of
    the Portuguese language in several speaking sections in textbooks, oral
    production activities with proposals for reflection and discussion in Portuguese,
    and, in some cases, disconnected from the previous content addressed in
    writing, reading, and comprehension activities, and tasks with mechanical
    repetition exercises. Such results point to the difficulty of promoting
    spontaneous and situational interactions based on speaking sections which
    could boost the development of the students' communicative competence in a
    school environment.

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  • EMANUEL BRUNO CARIOCA SILVA
  •  

     

    FROM SULBATERNITY TO RESIGNIFICATION: the (techno) carnivalization under the guise of web 2.0 in stickers-libras
  • Líder : CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • FLAVIA ROLDAN VIANA
  • SIMONE LORENA DA SILVA PEREIRA
  • MÁRCIO GATTI
  • Data: 17-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • With the rise of Web 2.0, social networks have undergone an upsurge of reticular messages that resulted in new writreadings, as well as new discursive genres. The digital starts to include, then, not only those who communicate through languages whose production and reception occur through the written record anchored in sound, but also covers the universe of deaf sign language users, in this case the Brazilian Sign Language – Libras. Given its linguistic modality that focuses on visuospatiality, cultural, socio-discursive and axiological values intertwined with the deaf and their idiosyncrasies are mixed. Although this work presents itself with bibliographic reviews of various interfaces, it seeks, above all, to problematize the production, circulation and interpretation of the stickers-Libras and specifically proposes to (I) corroborate that it is a techno-genre; (II) that there are bundles of regularities; and (III) that it enables the advent of a technography of Libras. The theoretical construct is essentially based on the epistemological tripartite: (techno) carnivalization, in the light of Bakhtinian circle; digital resignification biased by Digital Discourse Analysis (DDA), proposed by Marie-Anne Paveau (2017, 2019, 2021); and in comparison to Queer Studies in applied and indisciplinary linguistics (LOPES et al., 2022). In terms of methodological path, we resorted to digital ethnography (HINE, 2004, 2016; VALLADA et al., 2022) as a background; and for the purpose of exploring the stickers-Libras, we chose the social network WhatsApp as a research locus, since it is the most popular instant messaging platform (IM) in Brazil. Thus, three groups were selected: (1) a group where most are deaf and LGBTQIAP+ subjects; (2) a group of Education professionals from several Brazilian states; and (3) a group of sympathizers for the left-wing policies in Brazil, with the common factor that they are all users of Libras. Regarding the register of the utterances (technotexts) signaled in the stickers-Libras, the screenshots made it possible to subsidize their analysis. There are exceptions to animated stickers-Libras, which needed more than one record, and, for this reason, a hyperlink was inserted giving access to Youtube. In view of the data analysis, it was observed that party political issues stood out and influenced most of the technotexts. It is deduced that this was due to the fact that their productions took place in an election year chronotope (BAKHTIN, 2018). In the meantime, it was found that there was a recurrence of responsiveness through demeaning with the use of the lower body and the grotesque, as well as counter-discourses resignifying cyberviolence, or even a consensus between the two. In all of the language manifestations of the appreciated technogenre, the post-organic, (reified) body was present in discursive performances, entextualizing the other in a dialogical and dialectical relationship, entering the realm of post-dualism.

     

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  • ANNATERRA TEIXEIRA DE LIMA
  • BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY: THE SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN THE NOVEL GIZINHA, BY POLYCARPO FEITOSA

  • Líder : JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • CASSIA DE FATIMA MATOS DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 24-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study aims to provide an analysis of the novel Gizinha (1930) by the writer from Rio Grande do Norte, Polycarpo Feitosa, from a women's experience perspective, proposing new interpretative parameters to the literary text. Its goal is to identify the relevance of the female voice in the construction of the narrative, as well as the traces of patriarchy present in the style, themes, and different voices of the novel. Therefore, the research objectives the following: to investigate, through a comparative study, the construction of the characters' subjectivities based on power relations, the body and language; to analyze the social and cultural contexts in which the representations were developed; and to ascertain whether the novel constructs a representation of women's identity that contributes to a discussion about the persistence of dominant themes and tensions in literature from Rio Grande do Norte, thus characterizing how regional traditions interact in the process of constructing the meaning of the modern. To comprehend the chosen theme, literature was considered from a historical perspective. Thus, this work discusses the theoretical orientations of Showalter (1994) and Moi (1999), regarding the establishment of the founding bases of feminist criticism; Butler (2022) and Lauretis (2019), regarding notions of gender and gender culture; Woodward, Silva, and Hall (2014) concerning the cultural construction of identities. The analysis of the corpus reveals, therefore, that narratives by male authors construct a representation of women's experience based on cultural stereotypes that serve the purposes of patriarchal ideology, always assigning the same roles of subordination and negative reference.

     

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  • DANIEL EWERTON DE SOUSA
  • Usage-based functional approach to the subschema [DENTRO DE X]

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • FERNANDO DA SILVA CORDEIRO
  • IVO DA COSTA DO ROSÁRIO
  • Data: 24-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this research, we investigate uses of the subschema [dentro de X] in Brazilian Portuguese in a synchronic perspective, which licenses types such as dentro de casa, dentro da cultura, dentro do prazo. We aim to analyze the morphosyntactic configuration and semantic multifunctionality of this subscheme, as well as cognitive and pragmatic aspects implied in its constructs. Our theoretical support is the Usage-Based Functional Linguistics, as outlined in Furtado da Cunha, Bispo and Silva (2013) and in Bispo and Lopes (2022), which implies contemplating contributions from Construction Grammar in the terms of Goldberg (2003, 2006), Croft (2001), Traugott and Trousdale (2013), among others. The research is quali-quantitative, and the empirical database is composed of oral and written texts, compiled by Lacerda (2019) and made available by the Núcleo de Pesquisa em Abordagem Construcional e Tradução (NUPACT). This compilation contemplates material from the following oral corpora: "Projeto Mineirês: a construção de um dialeto", "Programa de Estudos sobre o uso da Língua - PEUL" and "Projeto Norma Urbana Oral Culta do Rio de Janeiro - NURC/RJ". The written texts come from blogs, from informal magazines such as Ana Maria and Marie Claire, and from formal magazines such as Exame and Veja. The results reveal that, from a structural point of view, the slot X of the subschema [dentro de X] can be filled by nominal (lexical or pronominal) syntagma or by clause, with lexical SN being the most frequent. Semantically, [dentro de X] has circumstantial value and its instances convey the following senses: concrete place, virtual place, time and mode-conformity. In the uses of this subschema, metaphorical and metonymic processes are at work, as well as pragmatic aspects, such as subjectivity and intersubjectivity. In terms of constructional properties, [dentro de X] can be further characterized as partially schematic, highly productive and partially compositional.

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  • STEPHESON RAY DE OLIVEIRA
  • Literacy project, argumentation and citizenship in the pandemic context: reading, writing and acting in the first years of elementary schoolC

  • Líder : IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • ANGELA DEL CARMEN BUSTOS ROMERO DE KLEIMAN
  • Data: 24-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

     

     

     

    ABSTRACT

    The Covid-19 pandemic has changed people's lives in many ways,
    impacting their actions in diverse areas of activities, especially those linked to
    education, requiring a reconfiguration of the running of the school. Among
    requirements to adaptation to this new type of teaching, schools and teachers
    implemented some innovative pedagogical practices and methodologies,
    mediated by technologies, due to the Emergency period, according to the
    Emergency Remote Teaching rules. Based on this problem, this research aims
    to investigate the way literacy projects can contribute to literacy and literacy
    processes focused on a citizen training of students in the early years of
    elementary school during Remote Emergency Teaching due to the pandemic of
    new coronavirus. Theoretically, this study has its base on the social-cultural
    literacy studies, which assume reading and writing as social practices; on the
    assumptions of the Bakhtin Circle, which propose the linguistic approach and
    the studies on discursive genres in the process of social interaction; besides on
    the contributions of the New Rhetoric, whose assumptions conceive the
    discursive genre as social action. Methodologically, this research has as base
    Applied Linguistics, adopting action research. Data collection was in 2021, in
    the Professor Severino Bezerra state school, in Tangará, Rio Grande do Norte,
    in a 5th grade class of the Elementary School. To analyze data, this research
    has a qualitative and interpretive approach. Preliminary results revealed an
    improvement of students' reading and writing training and a greater familiarity
    with argumentative genres, in addition to a greater mastery of technologies in
    school literacy practices. Since different practices during literacy training,
    students could write some argumentative texts in diverse genres (comments,
    opinion piece etc.), they took a position defending their opinions, with a more
    autonomous and critical attitude, that points the importance of literacy project to
    the critical education, which aims to train students to the effective exercise of
    citizenship.

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  • MARIANA EUFRASINO DO NASCIMENTO
  •  


     
    Title: The language in Água viva: stream of consciousness and world conception
     


  • Líder : MAURO DUNDER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • TANIA MARIA DE ARAUJO LIMA
  • MARLISE VAZ BRIDI
  • Data: 26-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research has as object of investigation the literary work Água viva, by Clarice Lispector (1973/1998a). Água Viva is characterized by the presence of stream of consciousness and an unexpectedly improvisational tone, in addition to not fitting into conventional genre conceptions. Thus, one of the main aspects of the work is the deconstruction (or reconstruction) of the definitions and limits of traditional literary genres. In the language of the book, in which the stream of consciousness stands out, a cosmovision, or conception of the world, is presented, in which the character of indeterminacy of existence is highlighted, which is placed as beyond the total control of the human being; at the same time, the existence of the being is conceived as strictly linked to the existence of the other, and to that of the world, as inseparable. Therefore, in this work, our objective is to investigate how this cosmovision is aesthetically constructed by the language of the work, especially in the symbolic structures represented and by the constitution of the book as a whole, with regard to its genre. To base this analysis, we consider the propositions of existential-phenomenology, specifically with regard to Martin Heidegger's thought on the conceptions of loneliness and anguish. In this sense, we take as a basis especially the works Os conceitos fundamentais da metafísica: mundo, finitude, solidão (2011), by Heidegger, and A existência para além do sujeito: a crise da subjetividade moderna e suas repercussões para a possibilidade de uma clínica psicológica com fundamentos fenomenológicos-existenciais (2011), by Ana Maria Lopez Calvo de Feijoo, emphasizing concepts such as being-in-the-world and being-with. This is because it is through solitude that space is created for the narrator-protagonist of the work in question to look at herself and understand herself — and, at the same time, not understand herself — as an individual, but also as part of a whole, which is expressed in the conceptions of existence constructed by the work, from an aesthetic point of view.

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  • RODRIGO ANDRADE DE SOUZA
  • PROCESSAMENTO LEXICAL EM BILÍNGUES ESPANHOL-PORTUGUÊS: UM ESTUDO SOBRE A INFLUÊNCIA DA L2 NA L1 A PARTIR DO EFEITO DE CONGRUÊNCIA DE GÊNERO

  • Líder : MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • MARA PASSOS GUIMARAES
  • Thaís Maíra Machado de Sá
  • Data: 26-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Within the field of studies about bilingualism, several of them have found evidence of influences between the languages of bilinguals. Most of the studies performed found evidence of influences of the native language (L1) on the second language (L2) (PAOLIERI et al., 2019). The purpose of our work is to find results that show that the influence between languages also occurs from L2 to L1 (KAUSHANSKAYA and SMITH, 2015). To do this, we developed an experiment with Spanish-Portuguese bilinguals living in Brazil. The experiment was divided into two parts: the first was dedicated to the self-paced reading task and the second was dedicated to the Brazilian Portuguese Lexical Verification Test (TVLPB) (SÁ; ALVES SANTOS; SOUZA; AMARAL; ALMEIDA, 2021). For the self-paced reading task, sentences were constructed in Spanish (L1), in which the gender congruence within the L1 between the heterogeneric nouns and the adjectives that accompanied them was manipulated, in order to verify the influence between the languages from the gender congruence effect. The experiment is in the data collection phase, but we expect to find a longer response time in sentences that show gender congruence.

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  • JHOSEFF DOUGLAS MARINHO VIEIRA
  • THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SENSE OF HAPPINESS IN THE BOOK THE ART OF HAPPINESS BY THE DALAI LAMA IN THE LIGHT OF COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA SOUTO DE MEDEIROS
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • SOLANGE COELHO VEREZA
  • Data: 26-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The main objective of this dissertation is to analyze the cognitive-discursive process involved in the construction of the meaning of HAPPINESS and to investigate the moral dimension that permeates the different uses of this concept in the book "The art of happiness" by Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler. We verified how the meaning of HAPPINESS emerges as the authors develop the themes in each part of the book, through the narratives produced on how to achieve happiness. To succeed in our study objective, we take as central theoretical contributions the concepts of conceptual metaphor (LAKOFF; JOHNSON, 1980), frame (DUQUE, 2015, 2017) and online/offline frames (VEREZA, 2013a). These analytical categories are inserted in the theoretical-methodological set of Embodied Cognitive Linguistics, which is in line with the phenomenological perspective of Merleau-Ponty, which addresses our immediate and corporeal experience of the world. Focused on understanding how linguistic constructions shape value systems, the research is of a qualitative and interpretative nature. for the methodological procedures, we used the following tools to analyze the data: metaphor identification - bootstrapping (DUQUE, 2018), frame-based analysis methodology (DUQUE, 2015, 2017) and content analysis (BARDIN, 1977). In order to visualize the frames evoked by the lexical items of the textual surface we used text processing software to create cloud, similarity and Factor Correspondence Analysis (CFA) graphs. The analysis of the results allows us to understand more precisely that HAPPINESS is built based on the conceptual framework of GOAL, which encompasses the elements of ORIGIN-PATH-GOAL. In addition, the methodology used showed that the moral underlying the use of the concept of HAPPINESS in the speech is represented by the metaphor MORALITY IS STRENGTH.

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  • AMAURY SÉRGIO DA SILVA
  • THE COURSE OF COLLABORATIVE TRANSLATION IN THE CLASSROOM BY LATIN LANGUAGE LEARNERS

     

     

  • Líder : MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANAHY SAMARA ZAMBLANO DE OLIVEIRA
  • CARLA AGUIAR FALCÃO
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • Data: 27-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Collaborative translation is a negotiation event in which all the source and target language extracts come into play (O'BRIEN, 2011), as well as the projection of students' linguistic and discursive knowledge into the collaborative translation process. This research aims to analyze two collaborative translation processes in an ecological situation. The research data was generated in two Latin language teaching and learning classrooms. The Ramos System, a multimodal capture system that provides access to the entire dialogical scene of the negotiation and writing process of the translation text, was used to generate the data. Thus, considering the interaction between the students, the reading of the source text and the writing of the translation text, our research seeks to answer the following questions: 1. How does the students' previous knowledge of the two languages interfere in the text translation they are performing? 2. How do the phonic and graphical similarities between the languages interfere in the text translation process? 3. Which strata do they resort to in order to solve the non-meaning that the graphophonic similarity promotes: syntactic, semantic, grammatical? The data show us that the translating agents activate their prior knowledge with the purpose of seeking meaning for comprehension and translation. In the translation of the text, in addition to the prior knowledge of the text they are translating - since they are fable narratives that many students know - the students resort to the knowledge of the linguistic system they are translating - Latin - and make metalinguistic reflections, commenting on the correctness of the lexical choices. Our research is delineated by theoretical interdisciplinarity involving Translation Studies (NORD, 2016; HURTADO ALBIR, 1999, 2011), the assumptions of Enunciation Linguistics (BENVENISTE, 2006; AUTHIER-REVUZ, 1990, 1998, 2004), and research on collaborative writing in the classroom (CALIL, 2008, 2004, 2017; FELIPETO, 2008, 2019).

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  • FERNANDA DAYANNE DAMASCENO CUNHA
  • AN INTERPLAY BETWEEN TASK COMPLEXITY, INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND SPEECH CONNECTEDNESS IN ADULT BILINGUALS


  • Líder : JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • MARA PASSOS GUIMARAES
  • NATALIA BEZERRA MOTA
  • Data: 27-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo

  • This thesis is situated in the field of applied linguistics and aims to investigate the effects of manipulating task complexity on speech connectivity, measured through attributes of speech graphs. Additionally, it seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the role of individual differences in Working Memory Capacity (WMC) and Theory of Mind (ToM) among participants. For this study, bilingual Brazilians (n=33) who have Portuguese as their first language (L1) and English as their second language (L2) were recruited, all of whom were regular students of the Access E2C English course. Participants who agreed to participate in the research signed a consent form prior to data collection. The protocols used in this study included: L2 oral production based on comic strips, divided into more and less complex tasks; a self-administered Reading Span Test (Oliveira et al., 2021) for WMC measures; and the Faux-Pas Test (Baron-Cohen, O'Riordan, Stone, Jones, & Plaisted, 1999) to assess participants' ToM levels. The data collected during the oral tasks were processed using the computational tool Speech Graphs (Mota et al., 2012, 2016, 2019) for speech graph generation. We conducted descriptive and inferential statistical analyses to address our research questions and hypotheses. Through the descriptive analysis of speech graphs and the attributes LSC (largest strongly connected component), LCC (largest connected component) e RE (repeated edges), we were able to spot tendencies. Namely, individuals tend to present a more connected speech when performing under the non complex condition. Despite finding medium to large effect size measures (Cohen's d) among the speech graph attributes under both complexity conditions, our inferential analysis confirmed that task complexity predicts only the attributes LCC and RE. In regard to our two other research question, we did not find any evidence of the relationship between WMC and ToM in speech connectedness under different task complexity conditions. Our results provide important considerations for future research and a deeper comprehension of the relationship between task complexity, speech connectedness and individual. Further research could aim at exploring the additional variables and refined the techniques used to measure individual differences in WMC and ToM.

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  • ANA RAFAELA OLIVEIRA E SILVA
  • DISCURSIVE ETHOS AND IDENTITY REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT WOMEN CRIMINALS IN MEDIA MATERIALS ON THE WEB
  • Líder : CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • RENATA ARCHANJO
  • SÍRIO POSSENTI
  • Data: 28-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work aims to investigate the process of constructing the discursive identity of female criminals, namely Heloísa Borba Gonçalves, known as the Black Widow (1971-1992); Dorinha Duval (1980); Suzane Von Richthofen (2002); and Elize Matsunaga (2012), who were central figures in four crimes committed during the mid-20th and early 21st centuries, which generated significant media repercussion. To this end, this study is based on the theoretical frameworks of French Discourse Analysis: Carreon, Ruiz, Araújo (2019); Fiorindo (2012); Heine (2012); Maingueneau (2008; 2015; 2018); and Possenti (2020). Moreover, it also incorporates the identity studies by Acuña (2009); Bauman (2001; 2004; 2010; 2011a; 2011b); Beauvoir (2016a; 2016b); Duschatzky, Skliar (2011); Hall (2005); Saffioti (1987); and Woodward (2000). Furthermore, due to the corpus not only originating from Brazilian police sources, but also from the broader media sphere, the investigations are supported by Debord (2013), Eluf (2007), and Campbell (2020; 2021). The results of the investigation reveal that the institutional enunciator, in terms of the assigned discursive ethos, closely resembles the third-person narrator in literature. This resemblance stems not only from using the third person but also from maintaining a distance from the enunciated content and the criminological enunciative scene that belongs to the co-enunciator. In addition, the enunciator draws upon discourses from various spheres to attribute a cold, self-interested, and cruel ethos to the aforementioned criminal women, specifically within the scope of this research. In terms of identity, it was observed that, despite assuming an uncommon identity (that of a criminal) for female subjects, the four female perpetrators in this study also possess other identities commonly associated with femininity, such as mothers, wives, daughters, lawyers, actresses, sex workers, and Law students. These identities are directly linked to their comfortable socioeconomic and cultural situations. Moreover, these women have often transitioned between the center and the periphery throughout their lives, in terms of economic and legal aspects, which demonstrated that instead of a dichotomy, there is an intersection. Therefore, in this work, discursive ethos and identity representations maintain a strong relationship due to the stereotypes that guide both processes.

     

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  • JACKELINE REBOUÇAS OLIVEIRA
  • O PIO DA CORUJA, “FITO NA VIDA” E DESTINO: NO RASTRO DO TRÁGICO EM S. BERNARDO

  • Líder : MAURO DUNDER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CHRISTINA BIELINSKI RAMALHO
  • MARCOS FALCHERO FALLEIROS
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • Data: 28-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • A tragédia nasceu no berço da literatura ocidental e muitos filósofos e críticos da área da literatura se dedicaram ao estudo da tragédia grega com o objetivo de tentar entender como se processava o trágico na Grécia antiga. Esse gênero estava ligado ao culto religioso e ficou consagrado pela sua dimensão estética.  Contudo, com o advento da modernidade, cada época revitalizou a tradição, e consequentemente, o conceito. Nesse percurso, a tragédia mudou de configuração ultrapassando a categoria da tragédia da antiguidade, passando a ser manifestar tanto na linguagem artística, filosófica e histórica.  Na visão de Raymod Wiliam (2000), “chegamos à tragédia por muitos caminhos”. Assim, a concepção do trágico vinculado ao gênero dramático passou por várias transformações históricas ao longo dos séculos e cada época passou a discutir diferentemente a condição humana, de tal modo que o herói, dependente das forças divinas, foi substituído por uma pessoa comum com livre arbítrio, mas dependente das forças sociais. Sabendo que muito desses aspectos ainda ficaram por ser pensados, escritos e discutidos, propusemo-nos a desenvolver um estudo do romance S. Bernardo, de Graciliano Ramos, com o objetivo de verificar como são trabalhados os elementos do trágico nessa obra de 1934, mostrando que, mesmo depois do desaparecimento das tragédias clássicas da antiguidade, podem-se recuperar alguns traços do trágico antigo em um romance. Acreditamos que a melhor maneira de compreender o trágico em S. Bernardo seja a partir das categorias da tragédia da antiguidade e da modernidade. Nesse encaminhamento, na busca da peculiaridade do sentido trágico, a nossa atenção volta-se para a configuração trágica a partir de dois universos diferentes - o rural e o urbano, simbolizados na figura de Paulo Honório e Madalena. A dimensão trágica em S. Bernardo é revelada por vários elementos próprios do fabular da mitologia como: a coruja, que, entre o terror e a piedade, funciona como oráculo antecipando a fatalidade, o pathos, a hybris, a noção de destino, a peripécia.

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  • JUCILEIDE MARIA DE SANTANA
  • A STUDY OF LABOR LITERACY PRACTICES IN DIGITAL CURATION

  • Líder : ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • NADIA MARIA SILVEIRA COSTA DE MELO
  • Data: 31-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research has as a general objective of discussing digital curation as a multiliteracy practice by curators of digital learning objects. In specific terms, it aims to: identify the language concept adopted by curators at process of analysis, evaluation and validation of digital learning objects; describe how a digital process of curation is effective as a practice of multiple literacies to curators and, finally, analyze the discursive and identity positions of curators during the process of analysis, evaluation and validation of digital learning objects. Finally, it analyzes the data what make up the corpus anchored by Literacy Studies (BARTON; LEE, 2015; BARTON; HAMILTON, 1998; KLEIMAN, 1995, 2000, 2005; OLIVEIRA & KLEIMAN, 2008; OLIVEIRA, 2010), highlighting its social and ideological approach (STREET, 1984; 2014). It relies on theoretical assumptions focused on Multiliteracies (ROJO, 2013; BARTON; HAMILTON, 2000); including Digital Literacy (BUZATO, 2012); and Labor Literacy (PAZ, 2008), as well as being supported by discussions on Digital Culture (ANTONIO JUNIOR, 1979; ELIAS, 2022), and on Digital Curation (CARVALHO, 2020; BEAGRIE, 2004). Still, it bases its ideas focused on Language, Discourse and Identity under the theoretical focus defended by Critical Discourse Analysis (FAIRCLOUGH, 2001). This research is inserted in field of Applied Linguistics, henceforth LA, given its interdisciplinary character focused on the field of language, hold by studies of this area (MOITA LOPES, 2006; SIGNORINI, 2001). It assumes the qualitative perspective of ethnographic approach (MOITA LOPES, 1994; CHIZZOTTI, 2006), turning to virtual ethnography (HINE, 2000; 2005; KOZINETS, 2014). The research corpus consists of the transcriptions concerning the applied interviews and the observations made, both through Google Meet, as well as the field notes. The analysis and discussion about the data that make up the aforementioned corpus show that the process of digital curation of digital learning objects constitutes multiliteracy practices, since in order to carry out the aforementioned curatorial practice, curators need to mobilize knowledge related to different areas of knowledge related to the Language Sciences (knowledge related to the linguistic field), to the Computer Sciences (knowledge related to the computational field), to the Education Sciences (knowledge related to the pedagogical field), to the Human Sciences (knowledge destined to the human rights, copyright), Cultural Sciences (knowledge aimed at linking digital learning objects to the social, cultural and educational contexts of students, ODA users). The relevance of the research lies in the contributions that the curatorial practices of digital learning objects bring to ODA users, the promotion of curators' multiliteracies.

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  • JÉSSICA SONALLY LEAL DA SILVA
  • O PROTAGONISMO DA MULHER EM THE HANDMAID’S TALE: A LUTA CONTRA O PATRIARCADO E A RELIGIOSIDADE PRESENTES EM GILEAD.

  • Líder : MAURO DUNDER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARCELA APARECIDA CUCCI SILVESTRE
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • PEDRO FELIPE MARTINS PONE
  • Data: 15-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • When Margaret Atwood wrote The Handmaid's Tale, in 1985, she was based on historical moments that occurred before and during that decade and, mainly, on the fact that the feminine and feminist protests that wanted autonomy to decide about their lives and their bodies. Therefore, this book brought and brings significant points to be debated today, considering that women continue in the search for equality. In this work, we approach the role played by women in the history of humanity and in society, the creation of patriarchy, which subjects women to machismo present in everyday life and in all environments to which they belong, and how religiosity is used to maintain and validate this masculine dominion over her, based on the sacred scriptures and speeches that propagate and perpetuate these customs. All these points are observed in the Republic of Gilead, where Atwod's dystopian novel takes place. Gerda Lerner (2019), Heleieth Saffioti (1987), Simone de Beauvoir (2019), Silvia Federici (2017) and Pierre Bourdieu (2010) are some of the names that serve as a theoretical reference for our research and are related to the mentioned themes. As this is a qualitative, exploratory, documentary and bibliographic work, we found that, despite being a literary work, traces of this new world described by Margaret Atwood still exist in the 21st century and are once again gaining strength and space in our society, affirming the importance of this research to lead us to reflection.

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  • JEANE BANDEIRA DA SILVA
  • Practices of Letramento no sistema socioeducativo: um estudo no CASE Pitimbu.
  • Líder : IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • NADIA MARIA SILVEIRA COSTA DE MELO
  • Data: 23-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

     

    ABSTRACT


    Brazil’s socio-educational custodial system serves a significant number of the teen-aging incarcerated population in Rio Grande do Norte, ranking 4th in country with 1.606 educatees. SINASE, Brazil’s Socio-Educational Service System, implements and supervises policies plus specific programs consisting of pedagogical measures aiming to prevent short and long-term recidivism.  SINASE’s guidelines state that socio-educational schools have the purpose to provide educatees an environment that promotes critical thinking and social reintegration. Following such guidelines,  it is  understood that critical thinking is a byproduct of literacy practices such as writing and in order to comprehend how such practices are effectively  run within such system, a field research was done  at CASE Pitimbu (Social Educational Interment Center of Pitimbu), located in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, having three specific goals: (I) identify what the social function of writing practices is for inmates at CASE Pitimbu, (II) observe how the literacy practices developed at CASE Pitimbu are consonant with the unit’s Pedagogical Project Policies and (III) analyze whether applied literacy practices developed through a critical-thinking/emancipatory perspective contributes to  reeducate inmates at CASE Pitimbu. From a methodological standpoint, this is an interpretivist and qualitative research based on ethnographical approach in the field of Applied Linguistics. From all data, generated from 2021 to 2022 at CASE Pitimbu, sources were analyzed in consonance with theoretical discussions and approaches related to the object of study by crossing field notes, document data and inmates' reported experience.  Initial results show the existence of gaps between socio-educational models and the literacy practices adopted by the institution, which also demonstrates that emancipatory/critical thinking methods have not been yet fully carried out thus possibly preventing a total social reintegration of inmates. We can also observe the need to amplify discussions about the socio-educational custodial system schools and their social role, understanding it is possible to develop literacy practices corresponding to the needs and demands of each school and , eventually,  provide educatees a proper opportunity to fully reintegrate society.



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  • MIKAELA SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • TODA DISTOPIA COMEÇA COM UMA FAÍSCA: AS CENTELHAS DISCURSIVAS NA CONSTRUÇÃO DA HEROÍNA DISTÓPICA NA TRILOGIA JOGOS VORAZES

     
  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • GABRIELLE LEITE DOS SANTOS
  • JOAQUIM ADELINO DANTAS DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 23-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

    Resumo: A distopia é um gênero literário que apresenta uma sociedade opressiva e oposta ao ideal utópico. Sua história remonta ao século XVII, com obras como Utopia, de Thomas More, que apresenta uma sociedade imaginária baseada na igualdade e justiça. No século XX, com o advento de regimes totalitários e guerras mundiais, a distopia se popularizou como forma de alerta sobre os perigos da opressão e do controle do Estado sobre a sociedade, representado por obras como 1984, de George Orwell, que retrata sociedades controladas pelo Estado, onde a individualidade e a liberdade são suprimidas em nome da estabilidade e da segurança. Nos anos 2000, a distopia ganhou ainda mais popularidade, principalmente entre os jovens, com obras como a trilogia Jogos Vorazes, de Suzanne Collins, apresentada como uma distopia juvenil que se passa em uma sociedade opressiva chamada Panem, onde jovens são selecionados para lutar até a morte nos Jogos Vorazes. A protagonista, Katniss Everdeen, se destaca como uma personagem feminina forte e subversiva que desafia os estereótipos de gênero e lidera uma revolução contra o governo opressivo de Panem. A importância de protagonistas femininas em livros de distopia é discutida nessa pesquisa, bem como o papel da literatura na construção de representações de gênero e juventude na sociedade. A pesquisa utiliza-se das discussões do Círculo de Bakhtin sobre linguagem e gênero discursivo para analisar como a subversão da personagem feminina na trilogia Jogos Vorazes é construída através do diálogo entre diferentes vozes na obra e como as obras contemporâneas renovam o gênero distopia. Para tratar dos conceitos de distopia e herói, a dissertação utiliza-se dos conceitos de Tom Moylan (2016) e a Jornada do Herói, de Campbell (2007), em um cotejamento com a representante clássica distópica 1984, para analisar a personagem Katniss Everdeen e destacar a importância da representação de heroínas e de temáticas atuais em livros de distopia. Essa interseção de áreas é facilitada pela inserção dessa pesquisa na área de Linguística Aplicada, interdisciplinar e híbrida, que abre caminhos para esta análise ancorar-se também nos estudos de gênero e sexualidade de Heleieth Saffioti e Michele Perrot, e de cultura e atualidade de Byung-Chul Han. Através, também, da perspectiva qualitativo-interpretativista e do paradigma indiciário de Carlo Ginzburg (1989), esta pesquisa aponta a subversão da caracterização e da jornada heroica de protagonistas distópicos na atualidade em relação as distopias clássicas, trazendo elementos convergente que as qualificam como distópica, mas divergindo, positivamente, ao elencar sinais de esperança, feminismo juventude ativa nas distopias juvenis com a protagonista Katniss.
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  • LUCAS JOSE DE MELLO LOPES
  • THE WORLD COVERED IN FEATHERS: A CHRONOTOPIC ANALYSIS OF BARREN LIVES, BY GRACILIANO RAMOS

  • Líder : ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA CONCEIÇÃO CRISOSTOMO DE MEDEIROS GONÇALVES MATOS FLORES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 06-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This dissertation focuses on the novel Barren lives [1938], by Graciliano Ramos. The work takes place in the rural space of the Brazilian Northeast, with characters attached to an unfavorable climate and the power relations defined by land property. The focus of the research is on how the reality of the rural space, based on the context of production, is structurally reduced and radiates into the composition of the work. It aims to analyze the construction of rural space-time in Barren lives and its implications on other elements of the narrative. Specifically, it aims to: a) recover the social-literary process that shaped the work; b) analyze the image of the human being that arises from the connection between characters, space, time and power relations; and c) verify the development of attributes of the novel genre in the work. To this end, bibliographical research and literary analysis were carried out based on Antonio Candido's integrative criticism, Bakhtin's theory of the novel — especially the concept of chronotope — and Northrop Frye's theory of modes. The exercise revealed that the elaboration of space-time dialogues with the reality of the country at the time of writing: Graciliano Ramos, faced with a Brazil based on disbelief, conceives a circular chronotope that assumes pre-novelistic forms that contradict the freedom and the creative initiative typical of the modern novel. In this chronotope, called here the bolandeira chronotope and based on a principle of opposition, cyclical time and space marked by oppressive power relations imprison Fabiano and his family in an apparently inescapable emergency. These characters, however, are endowed with an awareness of themselves and the world that elevates them in the midst of this reified universe. Although they cannot significantly alter the negative world in which they circulate, they resist and do not allow themselves to be contaminated by the oppressor's modus operandi. Thus, Ramos establishes a literary form that, while feeding on the feeling of disenchantment and failure of his generation, also tensions it by seeking a path of humanization contrary to the civilizing barbarism of his time based on apparently primitive characters.

     

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  • MARIANA MOREIRA COSTA DO CARMO
  • Eshusilhistic Livature-research: a contracolonialist experimentation that (con)fuses corpus and bodies: dialogues with Júlio Emílio Braz, through the works Zumbi, o despertar da Liberdade and Na Cor da Pele 
     
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  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • DANIELLE GRACE REGO DE ALMEIDA
  • MARLY AMARILHA
  • FRANCIANE CONCEICÃO DA SILVA
  • Data: 09-oct-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

     
     
     

    This work is a counter-colonialist experimentation that proposes the “pesqurevivência exuzilhística” [Eshusilhistic Livature-research] – what is academically referred to as a theoretical-methodological operator of analysis, I call it a way of body, act, and word, another way of creating and relating to knowledge, particularly literature. This mode confuses-and-merges research, experience, and writing, the corpus and the bodies. We have chosen the works Zumbi, o despertar da liberdade (1999) and Na cor da pele (2005), both written by the black author Júlio Emílio Braz, as a dialogue for this experimentation. However, I would like to make it “dark” that this proposal is a significant encounter between literary text, experiences, and other forms of elaborating and relating to knowledge. The objective of this experiment is questioning the settled structure of scientific work that does not encompass propositions that stem from other epistemologies. Therefore, the very writing of this dissertation is a metalinguistic form of putting “pesqurevivência exuzilhística” into practice as a way of writing and conducting research; highlighting black women as intellectuals and producers of critical and theoretical knowledge; recognizing black children's and youth literature as a valid object of scientific investigation; making visible black boys with above-average intelligence traits; and of promoting the literary production of the author Júlio Emílio Braz. In this way, based on “exuzilhística”. I propose Afro-Brazilian values as a form of reading and a confluence of understanding literary works. To achieve this objective, we draw upon the foundational ideas of counter-colonialism by master Antônio Bispo (Nêgo Bispo) (2015; 2023), the concept of “escrevivência” [livature] by Conceição Evaristo (2015; 2017; 2022; 2005), the notion of “exuzilhar” by Cidinha da Silva (2018; 2022), the notion of pretuguês by Lélia Gonzalez (2020), and the Afro-Brazilian civilizing values presented by Azoílda Loretto da Trindade (2010). For the understanding of children's and youth literature, as well as Afro-Brazilian literature, we draw from the contributions of Frantz Fanon (2005; 2008), Bell Hooks (1995, 2013, 2017, 2021, 2022), Stuart Hall (2013; 2016), Cuti (2010), excerpts from interviews, accounts of experiences, song lyrics, passages from poems, prose excerpts, family photographs. I have invited other black individuals who have crossed paths with my experience and had their experiences intersected by me during the construction of this work to add their voices to mine and contribute to the references of this experimentation. The observed results, in the reading of the works of Júlio Emílio Braz, in this experimentation, point to Ancestry and Axé/Vital Energy as mobilizing "gingas" (energetic movements) related to research, teaching, extension, and life itself, meeting and engaging in a movement at the crossroads, making it impractical to disassociate them. This highlights that it is impossible to propose other forms of knowledge production without addressing the structures and references related to "scientific work," the ideas of "concept," "theory," "methodology," "literary literacy," and unique modes of thinking and production that are institutionally established as valid and academically legitimized knowledge.  Therefore, Exu as an epistemology of this “exuzilhistic” proposal makes possible encounters and disagreements, in the sense of destabilizing the academicist white-centric order, unleashing chaos by incorporating other ways of conducting research, legitimizing knowledge, and empower subjects.

     
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  • MAIANY CARLYN SOARES DOS SANTOS
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  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • JOSÉ HERBERTT NEVES FLORENCIO
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • Data: 20-oct-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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  • MARIA MARCELA FREIRE
  • THE RECEPTION OF THE LITERARY TEXT IN HIGH SCHOOL FROM OS ESCRAVOS AND CONTOS NEGREIROS: DIALOGUES AND (IM) PERTINENT CONFRONTS

  • Líder : VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • KALINA ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES DE PAIVA
  • Data: 29-nov-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This Master's thesis, entitled: THE RECEPTION OF THE LITERARY TEXT IN HIGH SCHOOL FROM OS ESCRAVOS AND CONTOS NEGREIROS: DIALOGUES AND (IM) PERTINENT CONFRONTS, aimed to present to a group of the 3rd year of High School, through the bias of the Method Recepcional (BORDINI & AGUIAR, 1993), the reading and discussion of the work of Marcelino Freire: Contos negreiros (2005) in confrontation with the work of Castro Alves, Os escravos (1883), as well as promoting the debate of ideas and/ or racist and prejudiced thoughts when trying to build a bridge between such ideas and/or thoughts arising from the colonial past and the remnants of these in contemporary times. This study stems from the need that students have to carry out literary readings that enable them to develop critically and position themselves in society. The application of the intervention and the analysis of the results point to the precarious condition of literary readers and the urgent implementation of reading projects that make them proficient.

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  • ELLYDA LARISSA SOARES DOS SANTOS
  • Multifunctionality of the connector quando (when) in argumentative texts

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • EMANUEL CORDEIRO DA SILVA
  • FERNANDO DA SILVA CORDEIRO
  • Data: 30-nov-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research focuses on the uses of the connective quando (when) in argumentative texts from the journalistic domain, particularly editorials and opinion articles. The main purpose is to analyze the uses of this connective, identifying the semantic values it conveys and the factors that influence these uses. Our theoretical support is the North American Functional Linguistics, as outlined by Givón (1984, 1995), Hopper (1991), Matelotta (2011), Furtado da Cunha, Costa and Cezario (2015). This research is qualitative in nature with quantitative support, and the empirical database consists of written texts taken from the online newspapers O Globo, Folha de São Paulo and Correio Braziliense. The written texts consist of editorials and opinion that were published between June and July 2021. The results show that the item quando has, in addition to temporal semantics, other associated values, such as cause, condition and concession. It also plays an anaphoric role in some instances with a temporal value. The semantic extension of quando is favored by the mode-temporal correlation between the verb in the hypothetical and the verb in the main clause, the verbal aspect, as well as the content conveyed in each of these clauses and the communicative purpose(s) involved in the argumentative texts considered.

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  • MARCOS VICTOR PIRES RODRIGUES
  • THE CONSTRUCTION OF MEANING IN LINGUISTIC INTERACTIONS: AN ECOCOGNITIVE STUDY

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA CRISTINA PELOSI
  • AURELINA ARIADNE DOMINGUES ALMEIDA
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • Data: 12-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this master’s thesis, I present an investigation conducted to characterize the construction of meaning that takes place in concrete linguistic interactions, that is, in real and authentic communication situations. For this purpose, I employed a non-probabilistic sampling strategy, selecting the recorded instances of interactions during a ten-minute and two-second segment of the documentary series The Beatles: Get Back (Part 2..., 2021). For analyzing this audiovisual material, I implemented a categorical content analysis (Bardin, 2011) which primarily encompassed the description of language games from an ecocognitive perspective (Duque, 2022a). The outcomes of this study suggest that the construction of meaning in interactions can be characterized as a cumulative cognitive process of (re)modeling concepts, in which specific conditions of historicity and situatedness play a distinctive role.

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  • MARAYSA ARAUJO SILVA
  • "DOS PELIGROS A LA VEZ": MARRIAGE AND RELIGION AS REPRESENTATIONS OF THE OPPRESSION OF WOMEN IN THE NOVEL LA FAMILIA DEL COMENDADOR, BY JUANA MANSO
  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • NATHALIA OLIVEIRA DE BARROS CARVALHO
  • Data: 15-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The writings of Juana Paula Manso (1819-1875) that circulated in Brazil and Argentina proposed to awaken the women to the oppression to which they were subjected. In this respect, we take into account that, in the heart of the nineteenth century, the writer played a feminist role. In her claims, Manso clearly expressed her urge to “disseminate the knowledge, and work together, as much as it was necessary, to the social development and the moral emancipation of the woman” (O Jornal das Senhoras, 1852, p. 1). Having considered such attitude, we selected one of the works of Manso, that is, the novel La familia del Comendador (1854), and carried out this research, aiming to characterize the representation of the oppression of women in this novel. Our theoretical-methodological framework is based on the dialogue established between the fields of feminist literary criticism (Golubov, 2020; Zolin, 2010; 2012; Muzart, 2000; Duarte, 2019) and women’s history (Perrot, 2019; 2021; Lerner, 2019; Del Priore, 2016), once we consider that a historically situated approach is not only appropriate, but most importantly necessary to the analyze the literary text. Bearing in mind the representations found, our conclusion is that, in the novel, marriage and religion are the quintessential domains of oppression of women, that is, what preserves the submission condition ascribed to the women characters. Nevertheless, the stance of Manso is not completely against marriage or religious practice. In fact, the author rejects the forms of force marriage and the forced stay in a nunnery. For both cases, she advocates that the freedom of choice must be taken as a natural right that also belongs to women, not only to men. This stance is in line with the claims and critique put forward by Manso in her articles Casamento (1851) and A mulher (1852), which were published, respectively, in the newspapers Periódico dos Pobres (RJ) and O Jornal das Senhoras (RJ). In addition, we found out that irony, the dialogue with the reader, and the metaphors are the discursive strategies employed to construct the critique present in the novel.

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  • SILVANA ELIZABETE DE ANDRADE
  • BETWEEN VISIBILITY AND THE STEREOTYPING OF BLACK CHARACTERS IN ÚRSULA BY MARIA FIRMINA DOS REIS: A DIALOGICAL ANALYSIS

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOZANES ASSUNÇÃO NUNES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • TITO MATIAS FERREIRA JÚNIOR
  • Data: 19-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present research seeks to discuss the conflict between the visualization of Black characters and their stereotyped representation in the novel Úrsula (1956), the object of our research, and the first Brazilian novel written by a Black woman, Maria Firmina dos Reis. In this sense, its general objective is to understand the representation of black characters in Úrsula. Specifically, we intend to identify and discuss the conflict found in the novel between the visualization and stereotyping of Túlio, Susana, and Antero, the Black characters of the novel. Our theoretical framework is based on Bakhtin’s theory of the novel (2015) as well as writings of authors from the Bakhtin Circle, and the studies of Brookshaw (1983), who brings a classification of stereotypes of Black characters found in Brazilian literature. Moreover, our discussion on the historical and cultural context of slavery is based on Gomes’s studies (2020). Based on our analysis of the novel, we conclude that the practice of stereotyping used by 19th-century writers is reverberated by Maria Firmina dos Reis when creating her Black characters, because although she seeks to make her Black characters visible, escaping from the “white symbolism” of the time, she failed to build them in a non-stereotypical way.

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  • ALYSSANDRA VIANA FONSECA
  • LABOR LITERACY OF FARMERS: COLLABORATIVE KNOWLEDGE IN DIGITAL MARKETING PRACTICES

  • Líder : ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ELISA FERREIRA RIBEIRO
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 22-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Within the context of small properties located in rural areas, predominantly managed by family farmers, digital literacy remains largely untapped. This is not only due to the limited availability of technological equipment, but also from a lack of experience in utilizing these devices for their digital work activities. Given this issue, this study aims to investigate the impacts generated by the implementation of an intervention consisting of literacy workshops targeted at cooperative farmers in the Mixed Cooperative of Family Agriculture in Acari (COMFA) and Surroundings. The study seeks to assess the improvement in the quality of their labor literacy practices concerning the promotion and marketing of rural products in the digital environment (e-commerce). Theoretically, this study is based on the contributions relating to literacies as a social practice (Hamilton, 2000; Kleiman, 1995 e 2005; Street, 2014), more precisely on studies that focus on multiliteracies (Rojo, 2009; Kalantzis, Cope, and Pinheiro, 2020 ), digital literacy (Coscarelli; Ribeiro, 2005; Buzato, 2007; Ribeiro, 2009 and 2021; Braga, 2013), labor literacy (Paz, 2008) and critical literacy (Kleiman; Santos-Marques; Leurquin, 2021), and the exchange of knowledge between academics/extension workers and rural peasants in rural spaces (Freire, 1983). Methodologically, this is an action research (Thiollent, 2011; Dionne, 2007) with a qualitative data analysis (Bogdan; Biklen, 1994), interpretivist perspective (Moita Lopes, 1994; 2006) with an ethnographic bias (Chizzotti, 2006; Angrosino, 2009). For the intervention, uses the guidelines proposed by literacy projects and workshops (Kleiman, 2000; Oliveira, 2008; Oliveira, Tinoco, Santos, 2014; Santos-Marques; Kleiman, 2019), it also incorporates the Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) (Verdejo, 2010). As a result, we can highlight that the interventions allowed the participants to enhance their digital literacy in terms of knowledge related to sales in digital channels, utilizing social networks and banking transactions in a complementary manner. Moreover, such interventions facilitated the reorganization and visual improvement of the Cooperative’s Instagram posts and profile through planning and strategies aimed at better creation and promotion of products available for sale.

Tesis
1
  • RAMON DIEGO CÂMARA ROCHA
  • THE DISCURSIVE LABYRINTHS OF MODERNITY IN THE FICTIONAL CHRONOTOPES BY JORGE LUIS BORGES
  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CÉLIA NAVARRO FLORES
  • CLÁUDIA HELOISA IMPELLIZIERI LUNA FERREIRA DA SILVA
  • FÁBIO MARQUES DE SOUZA
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • Data: 15-feb-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • It is not possible to talk about Jorge Luis Borges without mentioning three words: time, mirrors and labyrinths, because the writer not only works these elements in his works through a neofantastic way, but also incorporates the discussions that these elements bring to the reading of his epoch, from a game with space-time at the heart of his tales. In this articulation between neofantastic form and content brought from the historical context in which it is inserted, the expansion of the real duplicates geographical references and expands them, in search of an understanding of its own time. Our general objective in this thesis is, therefore, to investigate the discursive labyrinths of modernity in the fictional chronotopes of Borgean narratives, in order to understand how these procedures and exchanges, between the real and the fictional, are carried out and how they are sometimes articulated with the discourses on the modernization process in Latin America. For this, we took as methodology the discussions brought by Mikhail Bakhtin about studies on aesthetics and literature, focusing on the texts "The problem of content, material and form", in his book Questions of literature and aesthetics (2014) and, in his reflections on space-time in the literary work The forms of time and the chronotope (2018). Thus, we divided our work into three stages or specific objectives: to identify how the fictional chronotopes are articulated with the typologies of the fantastic; examine how these fantastical forms serve as the basis for a Borgean neofantastic; to analyze the composition of fictional chrontopes in Borges' neofantastic prose, based on some short stories from the books Ficciones (1944) and El Aleph (1950). In this path of investigation, we combine historical discussions about the context of modernity in Latin America, from Júlio Pimentel Pinto (1998), Beatriz Sarlo (1995), Octavio Paz (2014), Erik Hobsbawn (2018), Marshall Berman (2007 ), how these discussions enter and are worked on in the literary work, reflecting on the fantastic forms from Tzvetan Todorov (1981) and Jaime Alazraki (1990), focusing on the work of Jorge Luis Borges, studied by theorists such as Daniel Balderston (1993), María Barrenechea (1984), Emir Rodriguez Monegal (1980), Beatriz Sarlo (1995). Such choices are important to understand how the refraction of certain discourses are linked through a material and a form, in the creation of fictional Borgean chronotopes, spatializing important discussions on Argentine cultural memory and on the discursive ambivalence in modernity.

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  • JORGE WITT DE MENDONÇA JUNIOR
  • THE ARCHAIC ORDER OF FARMING: A READING OF THE DYNAMICS BETWEEN THE SACRED AND THE PROFANE IN LAVOURA ARCAICA

  • Líder : ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALEXANDRE BEZERRA ALVES
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • TITO MATIAS FERREIRA JÚNIOR
  • Data: 24-feb-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The novel Lavoura Arcaica, written by Raduan Nassar, tells the story of the character André who returns to the family after running away from home and spending some time away. The work presents his conflicted relationship with his family, especially his father, with whom André maintains a complex ideological tension. In his approach to the novel as a literary genre, Mikhail Bakhtin presents some of its characteristics, among which, we can point out: the diversity of languages. We mainly propose to identify among these languages the voices and values that act in the narrative and how they influence the formation of the character between the sacred and the profane. We present some methodological notes placing the literature in dialogue with culture, in addition to the Bakhtinian concept of heterodiscourse. Following, we present an analysis of the novel in which we seek both the presence of different voices and languages and the dialogical tension between them in the sacred-profane spectrum. Throughout the research, it was possible to observe that the formation of the character takes place among the tension of the values, under the order of an authoritative sacred discourse and a profane attempt of positioning oneself in the dialog. We also have the occurrence of different social voices and values - as, for example, in the dialogues between André and his family; or even in the conflict between values like the sacred and the profane. We conclude that the relationship between André and his father is presented in order to build an authoritative discourse and the novel reveals itself to be a metaphor for a return to the sacred.

     

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  • JANAÍNA MORENO MATIAS
  • ISPINHO E FULÔ: THE CHRONOTOPE OF PAIN AND LOVE IN THE SER(TÃO) OF VOICES IN PATATIVE POETRY OF ASSARÉ

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • RENATA ARCHANJO
  • HÉLIO MÁRCIO PAJEÚ
  • ILANE FERREIRA CAVALCANTE
  • MARCO ANTÔNIO VILLARTA NEDER
  • Data: 07-mar-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The artistic production Ispinho e fulô (2005), Antônio Gonçalves da Silva's third book — Patativa do Assaré — originally published in 1988, constitutes a corpus of our research, which aims to study the chronotope in the configuration of the poet's work in the media-political context. We go through the Patativian being to analyze the intrinsic connection of temporal and spatial relationships, known by the term chronotope, analyze the different voices that constitute their poetic vocality, and analyze, in their linguistic-discursive materiality, how the poet builds his style and how he cleans up the aesthetic finish of his discursive materiality. Our perspective will be based on the concept of the subject and of dialogical relationships between texts, as conceived by Bakhtin (1992, 2003, 1995). For this theorist, the recognition of the subject and the meaning is essential for the constitution of both. To explore the Patativian sertaneity demands discussing the different voices that constitute the poet's language, therefore, the mark of our “scrubland” is the paradigm of Applied Linguistics and the dialogical perspective of language, according to Bakhtin (2003), since we believe, through these approaches, blending the world of science with the world of life will result in very promising “fruits”. Collaborating for our “planting” to be successful, we adopted qualitative-interpretative research as a methodological approach and took as a basis the socio-historical model of language, understanding language as a discursive practice. In this “planting management” knowledge is recognized as something in motion, always built on the interpretation of language — There is no subject so old that something new cannot be said about it — Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881). In this way, the procedure may include the social relations in which language is produced, the social world with sufficient depth, width and height to ensure adequate coverage of the language.

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  • TARCYENE ELLEN SANTOS DA SILVA
  •    s.

    Literature in images: confluences between the arts in the prose of Dany Laferrière
  • Líder : KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • FLÁVIA CRISTINA DE SOUZA NASCIMENTO FALLEIROS
  • MARCOS VINICIUS FERNANDES
  • Data: 29-mar-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

      

    The current paper aims at analysing the Roman Déssiné in the work Autoportrait de Paris avec Chat (2018) by Dany Laferrière, in view of the images present in the aforementioned narrative. This fictional production, published in 2018, is the first example of the new genre, created by the Immortel de L’Académie Française author. At first glance, the audience might confuse the book for a children’s sketchbook. However, the narrative is more than that. We find three main characters in it: a famous writer about to receive the immortality distinction for his books, the city of Paris, and the Cat, with a burlesque profile in a Dandy style, who knows every cultural corner of the world’s most visited French capital. Thus, we are immersed in a museum of images and words, in which a personal Paris emerges, populated by the most famous artists from different aesthetic fields and from different periods. Dany Laferrière’s Roman Déssiné reminds us of several avant-garde compositions, whether in image or in writing. Considering these characteristics of the work, we work with the hypothesis that the Roman Déssiné is a result of the dialogues between literature and image, which took place both during the 20th Century’s Modernity, and in the internal circuit of the set of Dany Laferrière’s works. We believe that the author preserves an aesthetic tradition and, at the same time, implements innovations as he explores the levels of pictoriality (LOUVEL, 2016a; LOUVEL, 2016b) in his works. For us, Autoportrait de Paris avec Chat might be considered an aesthetic landmark n which we see the emergence, for the first time, of an imagery concretism in the novel. Our preliminary results confirm that, through parodistic drawings and caricatures, the Haitian-Québécois author illustrated the references that constantly appear in his other productions, presenting, this time with his own hand, the painters and the works that marked his route in some way.

     

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  • BRUNA RAFAELLE DE JESUS LOPES
  • THE POLITICS OF BODIES: POWER AND FAMILY RELATIONS IN THE CHARACTERS OF CARMEN LAFORET, MARILIA ARNAUD AND VARGAS LLOSA

  • Líder : ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GERARDO ANDRES GODOY FAJARDO
  • MARGARETH TORRES DE ALENCAR COSTA
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • TITO MATIAS FERREIRA JÚNIOR
  • Data: 26-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This dissertation questions possible similarities and differences between the demonization of female characters created by female authors and that which torments female characters developed by male authors. These questions incite the need to understand who these characters are in works of fiction. As such, the research done in this study considered the following objectives: investigate, by means of comparative study, the construction of subjectivities present in the observed characters related to relationships of power and the human body, in addition to erotism present in family relationships throughout the novels: Nada [Nothing] (1944) by the Spanish author, Carmen Laforet (1921-2004); O Pássaro Secreto [The Secret Bird] (2021) by the Brazilian author, Marília Arnaud (1960–); and Elogio de la madrastra [The Stepmother’s Praise] (1988) as well as Los cuadernos de don Rigoberto [The Notebooks of Don Rigoberto] (1997) by the Peruvian author, Mario Vargas Llosa (1936–). Furthermore, this study seeks to analyze how the maternal role of the female characters in these novels is rendered problematic, witnessing the tendency to break from the social expectations of how a woman should embrace motherhood. In order to develop and support this analysis, undertones of several theoretical precepts are referenced including: Mikhail Bakhtin’s notion of dialogism (1997, 1997, 2010, 2011); views of eroticism and sexuality from Georges Bataille (2014), Sigmund Freud (2006, 2020), and Michel Foucault (2012, 2013, 2014). Reflections on the notion of gender and gender culture as historical and linguistic constructions are also taken into account from the texts of authors Judith Butler (2003), Simone de Beauvoir (2019), Margaret A. McLaren (2016), and Susan Bordo (1997). The analysis of the text corpus reveals that the observed female characters in the chosen works refract the social context in which they are inserted, being exposed to the time and space of determined power relations. It is perceived that this deviation often results in the denouncement of their roles in family ties and as members of society. Furthermore, there is a distinguishable difference between the more complex female characters of Arnaud and Laforet and the more simple-minded ones of Vargas Llosa, demonstrating that there is a much deeper sense of anguish in the characters created by female authors.

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  • GUSTAVO TANUS CESÁRIO DE SOUZA
  • Afro-Brazilian and indigenous children's and youth literature: paths for theorizing the Literature of alterities by the literary text.

  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSILEY FRANCISCO DE SOUZA
  • ADÉLCIO DE SOUSA CRUZ
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • Data: 27-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The ethnic-racial groups that formed Brazil have always been represented in literature, having been, at first time, characters in narratives, as antagonists, in sixteenth-century texts, to the narratives that formed the idea of nation, and more recently, as protagonists, however, in most of these texts, represented with stereotypes. These constructions contributed to the continuity of images that make up a negative imagery about subjects and “minority” cultures. This change began through the literature written by the subjects of cultures, in which there is a noticeable change in the way of representing themselves, communities, their cultures, epistemes, especially in indigenous and black-Brazilian literary productions for children and young people. The objective is to understand and discuss children's and youth literature by black and indigenous authors, through literary texts, analyzing convergences in their aesthetic, political and literary proposals, realizing how they elaborate the idea of literature, ways of being in the world, modes of representation of their cultures, epistemes, seeking an understanding of their specific literary fields. For the understanding of children's literature, we mobilized the founding texts, backed by Leonardo Arroyo (1968, 1988), followed by the works of Regina Zilberman (1981, 1982, this one with Lígia Cademartori, 1984, 1986 and 2005), Nelly Coelho (1981, 1983, 1985), Marisa Lajolo (1982, 1986, the latter co-authored by Zilberman), Maria Antonieta Cunha (1985), among others. In relation to black-Brazilian and indigenous literature, we used to work that dealt with the constitution of these literatures, and thought of them as systems in their historical, theoretical and critical dimensions. For the first literature, the thoughts of Eduardo de Assis Duarte, Cuti, Conceição Evaristo, Maria Nazareth Fonseca, Florentina de Souza, Inaldete Pinheiro de Andrade, Ione Jovino, among others, were considered. For a second literature, such as Graça Graúna, Daniel Munduruku, Maria Inês de Almeida, Julie Dorrico, among others. This theoretical research started from a bibliographic path for the presentation of a corpus of children's and youth literature by black and indigenous authorship, mobilized for reading and discussion, with a view to discursive paths on the literatures, in relation, by a concept methodological-operative of the “constellation”, and its various dimensions of use, figured in the intentional categories, for analysis of literary texts: Policies, authorship and literary system; Illustration as a form of authorship; Literary genres, in prose; Animals we are; Readings of imagined, imaginary worlds and so many images; Ancestry, present action of respect for people and time; and Mediator, narrator / Griot, Nganga, Pajé, or the oldest, in the movements of the wheel of time.

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  • LÍNEKER TRAJANO DOS SANTOS
  • Usage-based functional approach to the modal construction  [V1AUX + Prep + V2INF]

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MARIA ANGELICA FURTADO DA CUNHA
  • MARIZE MATTOS DALL'AGLIO HATTNHER
  • MONCLAR GUIMARÃES LOPES
  • TAISA PERES DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 28-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this work, I investigate the modal construction [V1AUX + Prep + V2INF], with the aim of characterizing it both formally and functionally, considering morphosyntactic, cognitive, and semantic-pragmatic aspects implicated in its instances of use. To achieve this, I anchor myself in the assumptions of Usage-based Functional Linguistics, according to Furtado da Cunha, Bispo, and Silva (2013), Furtado da Cunha and Bispo (2022), which incorporates contributions from Construction Grammar in the line of Goldberg (1995), Croft (2001), Traugott and Trousdale (2013), and others. Methodologically, the research presents a qualitative-quantitative bias and has a descriptive-explanatory nature. The database is composed of occurrences taken from the Corpus do Português online, specifically from the Web/Dialects section. The results show that, in the investigated constructional patterns, ficar, estar, ter, and haver lost their characteristics as full verbs, becoming auxiliary verbs. Regarding token frequency, the most recurrent pattern was ter de + infinitive, followed by haver de, estar para, and ficar de + infinitive. Regarding functional aspects, I found that the senses conveyed by the construction are related to notions of obligation, necessity, commitment, and volition, mostly linked to deontic modality. However, some uses of haver de, estar para, and ficar de + infinitive align with epistemic modality. Furthermore, I found that the sharing of functional spaces between the ter de + infinitive and haver de + infinitive patterns is limited to some usage contexts, related to the expression of necessity/obligation. Moreover, all investigated sub-schemas presented semantic variability regarding the filling of the V2 slot. Regarding the underlying cognitive aspects of the instances of use of the sub-schemas under focus, the results point to the presence of different configurations via conceptual perspectivization in the diverse uses of each pattern and to recurrent metonymic and metaphoric projections in the analyzed constructs. Regarding the sociointeractional processes, there is a continuum between the subjective and intersubjective biases in each investigated constructional pattern, in which the same constructional type can present multifunctionality in different usage contexts. Moreover, some samples of ter de, haver de, estar para, and ficar de + infinitive align with specific speech acts and their respective perlocutionary effects, while others instantiate indirect speech acts. The constructional network of which the sub-schemas are part is headed by the broader scheme that titles the work - [V1AUX + Prep + V2INF] -, and the licensed constructional patterns are characterized as partially schematic, with high productivity and intermediate compositionality.

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  • CINTIA DANIELE OLIVEIRA DE NASCIMENTO
  • LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS DURING THE PANDEMIC CHRONOTOPE: teachers views on Teleaulas Natal Project

     
     
     
     
  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELIANE FERNANDES AZZARI
  • ALESSANDRO DOZENA
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 25-may-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • With covid-19, there were a break to the regular classes, and, as a strategy to attend students, the Municipal Secretary of Education created Teleaulas Natal Project, that involve to record some classes to the students from 9th level of basic education. Based on that project, this investigation aims to analyze (the building of) linguistic landscape of municipal public schools in the city of Natal in the pandemic chronotope, by the view of teachers and assessors involved in the project. This research has qualitative and interpretative nature; developed by the Applied Linguistic approaches; having as theoretical referece a dialogical and philosophical conception of language based on the Circle of Bakhtin, discussions about identity developed by the Cultural Studies and studies that consider the conception of linguistic landscape. Methodological proposal includes application of a online questionnaire, due to the limitations of pandemic chronotope. Based on the data, this study analyzes relationship between teleclasses and emergency teaching, the choice of television as an accessible tool, the importance of accessibility of the resources to the mediation in the process of teaching and learning, interaction during the teleclasses and the experience of the teachers. Results point to the construction of a pandemic linguistic landscape marked by teleclasses to enhance the process of teaching and learning of the students. In addition to this, it presents as a suggestion the adoption  of this methodology as a permanent project in the public schools linked to Municipal Education Secretary in Natal.

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
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  • RENZILDA ÂNGELA DE SOUZA FERREIRA DE SANTA RITA
  • Post-breakup bruises in the affective-libidinal relationships of the protagonists in the works of Marilene Felinto: melancholy in Obsceno abandono: amor e perda and grief in As Mulheres de Tijucopapo

  • Líder : KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA LUIZA TEIXEIRA BATISTA
  • ANA CLAUDIA FELIX GUALBERTO
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 25-may-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • 1.      This research addresses the themes of mourning and melancholy and the post-term demand of affective-libidinal relationships investigated in the works: the Women of Tijucopapo (1992) and Obscene abandono: amor e perda (2002), by Marilene Felinto. Such matters direct the study of the nexus between the protagonists, their pain after having suffered from the abandonment of their love objects and the feeling of romantic love. We adopted a qualitative approach and proposed an interpretative analysis based on the authors and references of Literary and Cultural Studies and Psychoanalyst Criticism, or even on the literary works that contributed to the discussion. Based on the reflections of Freud, Kehl, Chianca, Lejarraga, Costa, Kristeva, Butler, Stephan and Lorde, the concepts of romantic love, mourning, melancholy and their processes are resumed as a guiding resource for the critical measure of Felinto's poetic prose. We analyze the aesthetic and poetic elements of melancholy and mourning that constitute and represent the revisitation of the past in the process of identity represented in the voices of female characters, in the literary, psychoanalytic and sociocultural context. In this way, the protagonists' discourse, mourning and melancholy are approached as textual agents that establish a bridge between writing and the process of acceptance of the loss of the object. In this perspective, it is worth explaining that Felinto's prose appears as literary art, critical and autonomous, capable of confronting the very perception of sublimation in moments of rupture, on which it is based.

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  • PAULO GUILHERMINO DOS SANTOS
  • Multitemporal trauma: the fictionalization of the civil-military dictatorship in three contemporary brazilian novels

  • Líder : JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALEXANDRE BEZERRA ALVES
  • ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • MARIA SUELY DA COSTA
  • Data: 31-may-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The objective of this thesis is to investigate the process of fictionalization of the civil-military dictatorship (1964-1985) in the novels K. – Relato de uma busca (2014), by Bernardo Kucinski; Cabo de guerra (2016), by Ivone Benedetti; and A noite da espera (2017), by Milton Hatoum. In this sense, and relying on Antonio Candido (1993; 2006) to help us understand how the Brazilian authoritarian experience manifests itself in the formal structure of these works, we observe that the recurrence of the traumatic experience is a common element in the three stories, manifesting itself in different times. As such, our study analyzes the three novels based on the concept of trauma proposed by Márcio Seligmann-Silva (2000; 2003; 2005), giving special attention to the role of temporal multiplicity in the aesthetic construction of the selected works. Additionally, we observe that the condition of exile and the feeling of guilt play an enabling role in the traumatic experiences in the studied stories. The analyzed novels, therefore, reveal a trend in the literature published during the last decade (2011-2020) of portraying, through narrators and/or protagonists in the present, how the traumas experienced before, during, and after the dictatorship have endured and intensified over time. By recognizing the recurring presence of this type of narrative structure, we can catch a glimpse of a new literary trend emerging in Brazilian fiction, characterized mainly by the revelation of a traumatic condition that persists through time. In this sense, the overflowing experience is formalized in the structure of the works through a non-linear temporality that mimics the chaotic nature of remembrance in individuals subjected to excessively painful experiences. The lack of punishment and appropriate responses to the military dictatorship, therefore, have allowed it to continue as a trauma spanning multiple periods in Brazilian life. Its formalization in literary writing is both a cry of hope against censorship and an indication of the persistence of our authoritarian heritage.

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  • NATHALIA OLIVEIRA DE BARROS CARVALHO
  • UNA VIDA DE JUANA PAULA MANSO: DISPLACEMENTS, CHARACTER BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION OF A KNOWLEDGE NETWORK IN CÓMO SE ATREVE, BY SILVIA MIGUENS



  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • KALINA ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES DE PAIVA
  • RAQUEL DE ARAÚJO SERRÃO
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • THAYANE SILVA CAMPOS
  • WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • Data: 27-jun-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Argentine writer Silvia Miguens (1950) presents the dialogue between literature and history as a striking feature of her work. It is also noted the predominance of female protagonists, in this way, it is possible to identify the general profile of her publications which began in the 1990s. In this logic of literary production, the work that makes up our focus of analysis, the book Cómo se atreve. Una vida de Juana Paula Manso (2004), fictionalized the also Argentine writer Juana Paula Manso de Noronha (1819-1875). Thus, in this work, we seek to analyze the protagonist Juana Paula, especially regarding her intellectual and professional training process, considering the more intimate look suggested by Silvia Miguens, in addition to identifying the connections with other historical women through the protagonist, revealing a network of knowledge among them and also through them. This qualitative and bibliographic-based study has among its main references Jozef (1986; 2005), Menton (1993) and Hernandes (2017) for the study of productions of narratives of historical extraction; Candido (2014) and Brait (2017) with discussions about character, our main analytical category; Lewkowicz (2000) and Zucotti (1998) with their works on the historical figure of Juana Paula Manso, in addition to texts by Juana Manso herself, published especially in periodicals such as Jornal das Senhoras (1852) and Álbum de Señoritas (1854), for example; Lacerda (2003), Lerner (2019), Perrot (2017), Wolf (2020) and Hooks (2019) regarding intellectual formation, patriarchy issues, and women's struggles; Burke (2017) and his approach about exile and knowledge production; Candido (2011) and his reflections on the ability of literature to teach in different ways. In view of the proposed objectives, we verified that Miguens manages to impart a more intimate character to the narrative, valuing a little-known and/or explored side of Juana Manso's life. In addition, we found that the displacements and influence of Juana Paula’s father were fundamental in her intellectual formation and that, in fact, the narrator reveals, throughout the chapters, a network of knowledge by bringing other historical figures to the text – especially women – in connection with the main character of the novel, besides Juana Manso's own texts that are intertextually integrated into the narrative.

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  • WALLYSON RODRIGUES DE SOUZA
  • FROM LABYRINTH TO CROSSROADS: A STUDY OF THE CHARACTER IN GRANDE SERTÃO: VEREDAS AND A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN 

  • Líder : ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANDRE TESSARO PELINSER
  • DANIELLE GRACE REGO DE ALMEIDA
  • MARIA DA CONCEICAO OLIVEIRA GUIMARAES
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • VITOR CEI SANTOS
  • Data: 30-jun-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present research aims to establish a comparative study of the characters of the novels Grande sertão: veredas, by João Guimarães Rosa, and A portrait of the artist as a young man, by James Joyce. In theoretical terms, we appropriate Lukacs's Theory of the novel, whose considerations about the loss of the extensive totality of life, as well as the essentially problematic condition of the hero are fundamental for the proposed analysis. To complement Lukacs' theoretical foundation, we turn to Reflections on the modern novel, by Anatol Rosenfeld, as his series of hypotheses provides us with a narrowing of the possibilities of dialogue. Based on that, our thesis articulates the communication between the works restricting itself to the observation of the heroes under three aspects. First, we take the novels from the perspective of the Bildungsroman tradition through the typology designated by Lukacs (2007) in dialogue with the concept of late Bildungsroman by Moretti (2020). In a second moment, we observe how the authors resort to mythical models for the construction of their heroes. For this, we start from the hypothesis, suggested by Rosenfeld (1996), about the return of the modern novel to the archetypal models. To address the relationship between myth and literature, we visited the considerations of authors such as Barthes (2001) and Mielietinski (1987); for the analysis of our objects of study, we resorted to Northrop Frye's theory of modes (2014). Finally, we investigate how narrative procedures and temporal subjectivity are linked to the psychological profile of these characters. For this, in addition to the mentioned essay by Rosenfeld (1996), we resorted to texts by Auerbach (2015) and Adorno (2003). Through this study, we concluded that, through the three indicated categories, the cultural-thematic barrier is overcome, proving the breadth of the thematic horizon and the universal condition of these protagonists. On the other hand, it was found that the links of stylistic values between the authors, commonly promoted by linguistic criteria, can be established through other categories, such as the character study proposed here.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • DAVI TINTINO FILHO
  • BETWEEN THE WARMNESS OF MEMORIES AND THE BRIGHTNESS OF MALACACHETAS: NEOREGIONAL CONFIGURATIONS IN THE ROMANCE RASTEJO

  • Líder : DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MARIA SUELY DA COSTA
  • REGINA LÚCIA DE MEDEIROS
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 14-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This paper consists in the critical reading of the novel Rastejo (2017), by the norte-rio-grandense writer Humberto Hermenegildo de Araújo. We anchor ourselves, methodologically, in the integrative sociological critique of Antonio Candido (2002; 2005; 2010), through which the understanding about how the work of the Potiguar artist is inscribed in the contemporary Brazilian cultural panorama, updating the regionalist tradition precedent from the perspective of Neoregionalism (BRITO, 2017). As a work plan, the mentioned theme was used, understood, genetically, as a universal human disposition (LEITE, 1978; CHIAPPINI, 1995; 1997), configured through a sentimental link between the subject and the native space. To support the discussion, mainly the studies of Candido (2002a; 2017a; 2017c; 2017d) are taken, from which the neo-regional nature of the novel by the potiguar writer is conceived, in the form of cultural elements from the past that resurface updated, such as residues (WILLIAMS, 1979; 2011) and traces (BENJAMIN, 2007). By this logic, the representation of the sertanejo man is analyzed as a remnant of a previous rural culture, when he begins to be impacted by the daily experience of the urban space, of an industrial and capitalist modernity. By this logic, the representation of the sertanejo man is analyzed as a remnant of a previous rural culture, when he begins to be impacted by the daily experience of the urban space, of an industrial and capitalist modernity, evaluating such tension, to the in the light of a critical historiography of the novel genre (BAKHTIN, 2003; 2014a), in the context of formatting contemporary fiction. Under these conditions, the analysis of the protagonist of Rastejo arises, who, as a narrator, transfigures the various psychological nuances of a hero who diverges from the classic format (LUKÁCS, 2009; LIMA, 2017; LEITE, 1978; ANDRADE, 2002; GINZBURG, 2012b; LAFETÁ, 1992), by problematizing the tensions of life in the big city in contrast to previous rural experiences, implying the emergence of a melancholic condition, as an emotional response to the contradictions of modernity. At the character's constitutive level, it results in the first-person narration technique, which places remembrance as a necessary device to access the past (HALBWACHS, 2003; BOSI, 2003; CANDAU, 2019), and the alterity relations produced throughout the life of the central character, especially when observing the male and female representation models, in the context of the sertaneja and urban cultures transfigured in the work. It is understood, therefore, that Pedro da Costa represents, in the neo-regional transfiguration, the remaining subject of the sertão, who experiences social and emotional tension, in the face of the new ways of life determined by urban modernity.

     

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  • EDSON MOISÉS DE ARAÚJO SILVA
  • LITERATURE, MEMORY AND VIOLENCE: ANALYSIS OF THE PILATE NOVELS AND ALMOST MEMORY, BY CARLOS HEITOR CONY

  • Líder : KATIA AILY FRANCO DE CAMARGO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DANIELLE GRACE REGO DE ALMEIDA
  • FRANCISCO HUMBERLAN ARRUDA DE OLIVEIRA
  • KATIA AILY FRANCO DE CAMARGO
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • SILVIA LA REGINA
  • Data: 21-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis has as objects of analysis the novels “Pilatos” (1974) and “Quase-memória” (1995), by the carioca writer Carlos Heitor Cony. Regarding them, the hypothesis that memory and violence can be constituting categories of a literary image about the actions of repression during the military regime (1964-1984) stands out. Thus, specifically, we sought to analyze the discursive formatting in the construction of memory about the dictatorial period, considering the exposure of scenes of violence present in the narratives. For this, the understanding of the literary discourse filled by a social materiality was taken as a theoretical guideline (ADORNO, 2003; BAKHTIN, 2015; AUERBACH, 1987; CANDIDO, 2000; EAGLETON, 2011), in addition to considering Cony's work as a literature that presents discursive marks politically engaged in the face of social representations in the analyzed novels (BENOÎT, 2002; DALCASTAGNÈ, 1996). About memory, we sought to identify and analyze the elements that emerge in the narratives to outline a social image about the dictatorial period, from Benjamin (2013), also considering the marks and discourses of violence as a mechanism of domination. (BOURDIEU, 1989). Therefore, it is understood that this thesis makes it possible to understand Cony's work, as well as his position as an intellectual inserted in the scenario of literary production during and after the dictatorial period.

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  • ALEXSANDRO LINO DA COSTA
  • DEATH-LENRNIN IN CIRANDA DE PEDRA AND IN A CONFISSÃO DA LEOA: NOVELS OF FORMATION AND THANATOLOGY

  • Líder : JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MARIA APARECIDA DA COSTA GONCALVES FERREIRA
  • MARIA SUELY DA COSTA
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 31-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

    This thesis develops and verifies the death-learning hypothesis: from the recurrence of the death as a theme in the novels Ciranda de pedra (originally published in 1954), by Lygia Fagundes Telles, and A confissão da leoa (2012), by Mia Couto, we observe how the process of death (dying, the dead, mourning, melancholy and the libidinal reinvestment in new beloved objects) works as a catalyst for human development in the protagonists who, immersed in many experiences of death (biological/natural and symbolic/ metaphorical), mature psychically, affectively and socially, configuring these works as formation novels (PINTO, 1990; MAZZARI, 2010; MORETTI, 2020). From a transdisciplinary theoretical foundation (Psychoanalysis, Biology, Social Ethnology, Philosophy and History), we discuss how dying and dealing with the dead have been configured in society, reverberating subjectively in the formation of the characters under analysis. Considering the existence of few works that relate the theme of death with literary works, the relevance of this research is ratified, which contributes to the area of studies of Comparative Literature, uniting Mozambican African literature and contemporary Brazilian literature of female authorship. By way of illustration, we offer briefly, in addition to the two novels that make up our corpus, other literary examples in which dying is presented as a theme, demonstrating its recurrence as a way of ratifying the wide presence of what we call here “death-learning”.

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  • WILLIAM BRENNO DOS SANTOS OLIVEIRA
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  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • RENATA ARCHANJO
  • TANIA MARIA DE ARAUJO LIMA
  • RISOLEIDE ROSA FREIRE DE OLIVEIRA
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 10-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Frida Kahlo's pictorial work is world-renowned. His paintings have already been the object of investigation in some areas of knowledge in the academic world. However, nowadays, not only the pictures are used as a corpus of research, developed in the most diverse fields of knowledge. Our work is, in a way, inaugural in the world of the humanities, in this sense, as it crosses the border of the artistic sphere and is also established in the space of the painter's intimate and private sphere. The possibility of carrying out such a task was realized only because its private production became public. His intimate diary was published, his private epistolary collection became a book, his personal photos were gathered and also published in a book. Therefore, we can say that this thesis aims to investigate the elements of the Bakhtinian grotesque (BAKHTIN, 2013) present in the female body that is portrayed in self-portraits and in some pages of the intimate diary of the world-famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. This research was provoked and exists by the desire to scrutinize and answer, among others, the following questions: What elements of the grotesque are found in the corpus presented here? Are these characteristics enough to give the female body, represented by Frida, the status quo of a grotesque body, in the Bakhtinian perspective? To ensure the effectiveness of this work, it was necessary to confront ideas on the borders that unite them and assume a theoretical and methodological dress. Thus, our thesis is based on the foundations of transgressive and transdisciplinary applied linguistics (LOPES, 2019) and Bakhtinian theory (BAKHTIN, 2010; 2013; 2015; 2016; 2018). But that's not all. We also chose, as a more pragmatic methodological path, to imbue ourselves with a qualitative-interpretivist profile for our research. Which implies saying that we believe in the socio-historical and ethically engaged answers given by Frida Kahlo's body, portrayed in the clippings we made, to the questions raised during our journey. We also believe that the motto and tools used by the painter and woman Frida, in their most varied faces, took on grotesque characteristics to reach their horizons of interest.

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  • ADRIANA HANAYÁ FERREIRA CABRAL
  • Argumentation in Class Assembly

  • Líder : GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALANA DRIZIÊ GONZATTI DOS SANTOS
  • DOROTEA FRANK KERSCH
  • GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • ISABEL CRISTINA MICHELAN DE AZEVEDO
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • Data: 18-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Understanding class assembly as a literacy event implies understanding how social agents come together to solve a problem in the school community. This is because, seen as a literacy event, the class assembly is configured as a fruitful space for reading, writing, listening and speaking actions developed as social actions that can enable the construction of argumentation as an emancipating social practice. Thus, this thesis has the general objective of investigating how the class assembly boost the development of argumentation as an emancipatory social practice. With this aim, the following specific objectives are postulated: (i) analyze whether, in class assemblies, the network of established discursive activities/genres enables argumentation as a social practice; (ii) identify skills related to the argumentation competence, as well as other specific competences, developed in class meetings; (iii) understand how the learning of argumentative strategies, in class assemblies, enables the production of convincing oral, written and multisemiotic texts. From a theoretical-methodological point of view, this is a qualitative and interpretative research-action with an ethnographic approach and inserted in the Applied Linguistics field. It is based on the dialogic perspective of language; in the conception of genres of the new rhetoric; in the socio-cultural literacy studies and in the argumentation research field based on interaction. The participants of this investigation are high school students from a public school in Rio Grande do Norte and, during the process, also the management team, the teachers and an external agent to the educational institution collaborated. The instruments used for the data generation were: participant observation and field notes; photographs; written and rewritten texts of different discursive genres; videos produced with Animaker and Canva, and questionnaires using the Google Forms tool, in order to support the construction of the characterization of the students and the teachers from the school. Through the data analysis, it is highlighted that reading, writing, listening and speaking practices, developed in class assemblies, through a network of activities and discursive genres, make argumentation viable as a social practice with a social change perspective.

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  • CAMILA FERNANDES DA COSTA
  • CAPITÃES DA AREIA AND TEREZA BATISTA: TWO PHASES AND TWO FACES OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE
  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARINA MARQUES DUARTE
  • CHRISTINA BIELINSKI RAMALHO
  • DANIELLE GRACE REGO DE ALMEIDA
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • Data: 28-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Over the years, literature, as well as several other cultural expressions, has reflected and perpetuated stereotyped profiles of women, mirroring social relations and precepts of patriarchal society. These portraits often mold women into a model of submission, confinement and silencing that perpetuate the practice of sexual violence. With that in mind, this research proposes to analyze, from studies of Literature and Society, the novels by Jorge Amado, Capitães da Areia (1937) and Tereza Batista Cansada de Guerra (1972), taking as a guiding axis the analysis of the representation of sexual violence present in these literary texts, victimizing, in the first, a secondary character and, in the second, the protagonist. We will thus investigate how the violence that pervades rape is presented and reinforce stereotypes or criticize such values that surround sexual abuse. For this analysis to be possible, support from feminist criticism was essential, especially its focus on the study of the female gender and its representations in literature and the debates around sexual violence and its relationship with patriarchy. Therefore, this work dialogues with the studies developed by Federici (2017), Priore (2015) and Davis (1981) to understand the history of women in Brazil and in the world, the latter focusing on black women; by Millet (1970) and Brandão (2006), which establish the relationship between feminist criticism and literary studies; Brownmiller (1975), Davis (1981), Negreiros (2021) and Araújo (2022), with regard to the analysis of sexual violence. In addition to using critics of Amado's work as a reference related to gender studies, through the analysis of several developed studies: theses, dissertations, articles. The study aims to observe how the voices present in the narratives combine in order to represent this violence committed against female characters, with the purpose of examining how these resources help in the representation of the various violences that permeate the novels, taking into account that each narrative has its singularities that illustrate the different social, historical and cultural contexts. Thus, in order to understand these aspects, the literature was observed from a historical perspective and its relationship with gender studies. Through this study, in addition to the contribution to literary studies about female representations, there is collaboration for the analysis of the representation of sexual violence in fictional texts.

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  • ALINE LESSA RAMOS LIMA MOURA
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    TOPOI AND ARGUMENTATION IN THE NATIONALIST DISCOURSE BASED ON THE WORK “O SACRIFÍCIO DO AMOR” BY ISABEL GONDIM
  • Líder : ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • LAURENIA SOUTO SALES
  • MARCELO DA SILVA AMORIM
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • SUELI CRISTINA MARQUESI
  • Data: 29-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research takes as object of study the argumentative places or topoi, analyzing their structure and function in the argument in favor of the nationalist discourse that runs through the work “O Sacrifício do Amor” (1909), by Isabel Gondim. From the point of view of the Discursive Traditions Model (KOCH, 1997; KOCHOESTERREICHER, 2007; KABATEK, 2004, 2005), argumentative places constitute a content traditionality within other traditionality(ies), such as that of the nationalist discourse, that of the theater play genre and those of textual sequences, among others. As a theoretical basis, the work uses subsidies arising from the Textual Analysis of Discourses (ATD) and the Discursive Traditions Model (DTs). Through the analysis of argumentative sequences (ADAM, 1991, 2011, 2017, 2019, 2021, 2022), we sought to highlight the presence of topoi that support the nationalism present in the work “O Sacrificio do Amor”, by Isabel Gondim, characterizing the presence of content traditions. With regard to methodology, the research assumed an applied research character with a qualitative, quantitative and bibliographical approach, of an exploratory and interpretative nature. We conclude through the analysis that the drama presents topoi that reaffirm the nationalist content in the work, being arranged throughout the dramatic text as: topos of justice and nobility; tops of honor; tops of love of country; peaks of glory; tops of the homeland as a mother. These topoi used in the work to compose the argumentative movements in the construction of the nationalist discourse constitute a tradition of content within the dramatic genre in Brazilian Romanticism. The research also sought to highlight Potiguar literature and contribute to the dissemination of literary production in the State of Rio Grande do Norte.

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  • HUDSON LIMA BEZERRA ROCHA
  • CROSSING THE BRAZILIAN NIGHT. 
    THE CLUBE DA ESQUINA'S SONGS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE MILITARY DICTATORSHIP
  • Líder : MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ASTREIA SOARES BATISTA
  • HUMBERTO JUNQUEIRA
  • MARCIO MORAES VALENCA
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 29-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Clube da Esquina is the name given to an artistic group between Milton Nascimento and several partners who are acknowledged as being a great resistance against Brazilian dictatorship. On some occasions, however, the oppositional discourse between these composers and the dictatorship is questioned, especially in interpretations that place them in a dispute with the Tropicália movement in a search for engagement legitimacy. Actually, what happens and was not well comprehended or studied, is the fact that there is an esthetic language proper from the composers of the club, in which their work reveals itself as not only as being a product of a historical context, but it also transcending it. Our work deals precisely in the effort of understanding more thoroughly this specific poetics of Clube da Esquina, as being a politicized discourse under the circumstances in which protest songs were censored.  In order to do so, it is required an analysis more focused on the language and internal arrangement of the narratives presented in the lyrics. A corpus composed of six songs was adopted here. They were chosen because besides summarizing well Clube da Esquina’s different artist cycles, they also manage to accomplish a sort of dialogue between themselves. Their names are: “Beco do Mota” (1969), “Clube da Esquina n°1” (1970), “Para Lennon e McCartney” (1970), “Trem de Doido” (1972), “O Que Foi Feito Devera” (1978) e “Sol de Primavera” (1979). In an attempt to meet a demand of the song itself as a gender, we use the theorical support of Luiz Tatit semiotics perspective (1997, 2001, 2002, 2007 e 2008). As a result of this analytical process, we hope to comprehend and define a resistance esthetics presented in the songs as a sort of allegorical crossing, unveiled several times in the lyrics under the transition between nightfall and dawn. This notion can also be taken as a representation of Clube da Esquina’s artistic journey, going basically from the military coup until the first signs of democratic reopening, historically defined by the Lei de Anistia Federal (1979).

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  • PEDRO LUCAS DE LIMA FREIRE BEZERRA
  • WHAT HAS NO FORM YET WILL PROTECT ME: LITERATURE AND DISAPPEARANCE IN ROBERTO BOLAÑO
  • Líder : MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • KELVIN DOS SANTOS FALCÃO KLEIN
  • ALEXANDRE BEZERRA ALVES
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • RODRIGO SILVA IELPO
  • Data: 30-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Chilean Roberto Bolaño (1953-2003) is one of the leading names in contemporary literature. Author of seminal works such as Detetives Selvagens (1998) and 2666 (2004), the Chilean mobilizes in his works different approaches (based on violence, evil and the shadow of politics) of disappearance. The author was part of a generation that became notable for bringing new aesthetic proposals to Latin American literature that sought to differentiate themselves from the Boom trends of the 1970s. In this thesis, the quest to understand aspects of this disappearance goes through the search for its symbolism, its political role, its contemporary discussion in a world that is about to disappear, and the very construction of an aesthetic universe that is disappearing, writing from its own exhaustion. These symbolic and ethical ways of facing disappearance gain theoretical support in the reflections of Blanchot (2005) and Barthes (2005), but also walk through the political and philosophical discussion of Fisher (2021), Haraway (2009), Didi-Huberman (2020), and several other authors who help in the construction of an archeology of disappearance, which is mirrored in the work of the two authors in focus. The ideas surrounding this disappearance gain resonance in the works Amuleto (1999), Detetives Selvagens (1988) and 2666 (2006), but they are also spread throughout the work of the Chilean writer.

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  • SILVIA BARBALHO BRITO
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    GLAUBER ROCHA AND THE WRITINGS OF SELF:
    THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND AUTOFICTION IN RIVERÃO SUSSUARANA

      

  • Líder : MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • EVALDO GONDIM DOS SANTOS
  • KALINA ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES DE PAIVA
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • Data: 31-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Glauber Rocha (1939-1981) is a renowned Brazilian filmmaker, acclaimed for his films, for his aesthetic-political action and for his work with the Cinema Novo movement. However, over just over 20 years of work, in addition to his impact in the cinematographic field, he was also a writer. And this production is the object of study of this research: Riverão Sussuarana (2012) is a “desnovela”, a “recordel” that presents the irregular and complex narrative of the cine-reporter Glauber Rocha. Even with a fictional plot, there is an intense presence of the “self”: in addition to Glauber’s own performance as author, narrator and character in the book, he created his work based on himself, his life, his influences and his urgencies – such as his belonging to the backland, his friendship with Guimarães Rosa and the case of the death of his sister Anecy. In this way, the interest of this Thesis is to investigate how Glauber Rocha works in the same text the autobiographical and the autofictional making, distinct and equally intricate instances within the scope of the writings of the self. For such an analysis, in addition to the book in question, the critical texts and the letters of Glauber himself (ROCHA, 1986; 1997), we have the author’s biographies (BUENO, 2003; PIERRE, 1996; VENTURA, 2000) and the texts of theorists of the notions of an autobiographical pact (LEJEUNE, 2014) and of autofiction (DOUBROVSKY, 1977). As a result, it appears that Glauber, far from fixing himself in categories, presents in Riverão Sussuarana a literary power in which life and work are mixed, and the writings of themselves are muddled. There are no definitions: nor memory, nor autobiography, nor novel, nor autofiction, but all of these at the same time. They are new pacts.

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  • YANE DE ANDRADE RAMALHO
  • O GUARANI BY JOSÉ DE ALENCAR IN ARGENTINA: MEDIATION, TRANSLATION AND CIRCULATION

     

  • Líder : WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARTA PRAGANA DANTAS
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • TITO LÍVIO CRUZ ROMÃO
  • WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • Data: 31-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The theme of this research is the presence of José de Alencar in the foreign cultural memory of Argentine literature from the 19th and early 20th centuries, a crucial phase in the formation of Argentine cultural and literary identity. Based on the Argentine translation of his Indianist novel O Guarani in 1910, accomplished by the linguist, journalist, and Argentine translator Arturo Costa Álvarez (1870-1929) and published by the Biblioteca de la Nación, the focus shifts to the context of intellectual and symbolic exchanges between Brazil and Argentina, also involving France, through a network of contacts formed by cultural agents (translators, writers, and diplomats), institutions (La Nación publisher and newspaper), and the literary criticism of both Argentine and Brazilian contexts of the time. The goal of the work is a case study of the processes of cultural transfers between Brazil and Argentina, focusing on the dynamics of mediation, translation, and circulation of this classic 19th-century Brazilian literature translated in Argentina at the turn of the 20th century. Therefore, it is a bibliographic, descriptive, and analytical study, considering both contextual and (para)textual aspects. The corpus of analysis includes the novel El Guaraní (1910), archives from the newspaper La Nación, the speeches of the diplomat Oliveira Lima (2012), and the letters of the writer Aluísio Azevedo (1938). From a theoretical-methodological standpoint, this work adopts the approach of cultural transfers (Espagne, 2012, 2017; Lüsebrink, Mix 2017; Rodrigues, 2010) and the sociology of translation (Casanova, 2002; Bourdieu, 2003, 2004; Heilbron, Sapiro, 2009), taking into account both (para)textual analysis and the analysis of specific cultural elements, as proposed by Franco-Aixelá (2013) and the theory of Venuti (2002; 2021). In relation to the Brazil-Argentina context, the evidence of the crucial role of political-cultural activities of the diplomatic network could be identified not only in the dissemination of O Guarani but also, in general of Brazilian literature translated abroad, with significant repercussions on the discourse about national cultural identities in the two neighboring countries at that historical moment. Here, the network of contacts of diplomat, journalist, and writer Aluísio Azevedo stands out, who acted as a sponsor for many translations, including the José de Alencar's novel, O Guarani. Considering the profile of the translator Arturo Costa Álvarez, it can be concluded from the analysis of this case study that the translation strategies adopted by him resulted in a conservative approach (Franco Aixelá, 2013) and a foreignising tendency (Venuti, 2002), which provided, in a way led to the translator's visibility in the work. Thus, this visibility will allow the circulation of the novel El Guaraní (1910) in many different spaces and times. The fact that the novel O Guarani is considered by literary criticism, beyond national boundaries, one of the most significant Brazilian novels in the period of the formation of the national literature and the historical moment of the search for a distinct cultural identity, resulted in a strong circulation of this Argentine translation from 1910, in the Latin American world of the 20th century. It saw a re-edition in Argentina in 1946, an edition in Spain in 1984, another in Cuba in 1983, and yet another in Mexico in 1992. Except for the Spain edition, none of the other publications mention the Argentine translator. Thus, this current research will contribute to the visualization and appreciation of the translation activities of Arturo Costa Álvarez and reveals that the case of the Argentine translation El Guaraní (1910) is a key example of dynamics of cultural transfer in both south-north and south-south axes of cultural goods circulation.

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  • MADSON BRUNO SOARES ESTEVAM
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    "IN MY OPINION, ANOTHER WAY TO RESOLVE THIS ISSUE WOULD BE": ENUNCIATIVE DEVICES AND ARGUMENTATIVE ORIENTATION IN OPINION ARTICLES BY THE PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE OLYMPICS FINALISTS.

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELIS BETÂNIA GUEDES DA COSTA
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MARIA INÊS BATISTA CAMPOS
  • ROSANGELA ALVES DOS SANTOS BERNARDINO
  • SUELI CRISTINA MARQUESI
  • Data: 01-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Portuguese Language Olympiad Writing the Future has been implemented to improve basic education in Brazil, focusing on the teaching of textual discursive genres. In the 2016 edition, more than 90% of the municipalities joined the competition and promoted the teaching-learning process. Considering this competition as relevant in the educational scenario, in this work, located in the field of linguistic studies of the text, we established, as a general objective, to investigate the enunciative devices concerning the text plan, the enunciative commitment and the argumentative connectors, demonstrating the argumentative orientation, in finalist opinion articles of the Portuguese Language Olympiad, produced by students of the second and third grades of High School, in the 2016 edition. Our specific objectives are as follows: (1) to describe the text plan of the opinion articles of the 2016 Portuguese Language Olympics Writing the Future competition; (2) to describe linguistic features that indicate the candidates’ points of view; (3) to analyze the enunciative commitment in the finalists’ written production; (4) to verify how the use of other voices occur in the texts, categorizing them according to the socio-discursive formations to which they belong; (5) verify the orientation undertaken by the use of argumentative connectors in opinion articles, classifying them in line with Adam (2011). The investigation is based on the theory of Textual Discourse Analysis – the theoretical framework fomented by Adam (2011, 2017, 2019, 2021, 2022) –, in which Textual Linguistics is seen as a subdomain of discursive practices. Along with this presupposition, the work is also based on authors who deal with aspects of enunciation, such as Rabatel (2016, 2017, 2018, 2021), Rodrigues, et al (2010), Rodrigues (2016, 2021), Passeggi, et al (2010), Guenthéva (1994, 2011, 2014), among others. The methodology we adopt is both qualitative and quantitative. Our methodology is, above all, inductive, with the aim of proceeding to the generalizations. The research is based on the data collected, and thusly, the identification, description, analysis, and interpretation of the phenomena. The results show that the text plan used by the participants was a fixed one, having the typical structure of the genre, with title, author, introduction, development, and conclusion; moreover, the primary speakers/enunciators (S1/E1) tended to assume enunciative commitment, acting as articulators regarding themes of the local context, but also mobilizing other voices, mainly of the residents, depending on the objective pursued in the enunciation, since the theme of the competition was “The place where I live”. In addition, with regard to the argumentative orientation evidenced by the argumentative conjunctions, those most employed were: “but”, “then”, “thus”, and “despite”, introducing arguments and counter-arguments that helped in developing their points of view and in the management of voices in these opinion articles. Ultimately, the results of this study contribute to unveiling structural, enunciative, and argumentative aspects of this textual discursive genre, and point to the mechanisms employed by the participants in the development of model texts within the composition of this competition – a very relevant component of Brazilian Basic Education.

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  • MARÍLIA MAIA SARAIVA
  • Subjective literary reading in IFRN, Natal-Central Campus: teaching practice, romance and intersemiotic translation

  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • DANIELA MARIA SEGABINAZI
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA EDILEUZA DA COSTA
  • Data: 01-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this work, we analyze the literature teaching  in high school integrated to the professional practice of the Natal-Central Campus of the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Rio Grande do Norte (IFRN). For this, we start from our performance/ experience as a teacher in classes of the 3rd year of technical high school integrated to the professional practice of the courses of Environmental Control, Electrotechnical and Administration of the said Campus. The debate on the literature teaching in regular high school is already well developed, with relevant theoretical references: Aguiar and Bordini (1993), Cherry (2005), Cosson (2006), Geraldi (2003), Silva (2005), Yunes (2002), Zilberman (1991). However, studies on the literature teaching for high school integrated to professional practice are still poorly developed, demonstrating the importance of turning to this field, considering the specificities of the technical curriculum integrated to professional practice in high school. Thus, our research, in a qualitative and bibliographical way, discusses the process of teaching and learning of literature in IFRN, elaborates a didactic proposal for the literary reading of the novel genre and presents the results of this proposal in works developed by students of the 3rd year of high school between the years 2014 and 2017. In the development of this practice, we start from the discussions about the literary reading and the expanded sequence (Cosson, 2006), we broaden these theoretical directions and understand intersemiotic translation, from subjective reading, as a methodological alternative for teaching literature in professional education. In this bias, the analytical corpus of this work are the intersemiotic translation productions produced by students from the subjective reading of the novel São Bernardo, by Graciliano Ramos. To support the discussions on subjective reading and intersemiotic translation, we relied on Rouxel (2013), Langlade (2013), Jouve (2013), Rezende (2013) and Plaza (2010). As a result, we found that the students showed interest in the exercise of intersemiotic translation, because the affinity with the visual signs was clear. In addition, we observed that the contact with the literary text was also enriched, because to transform the literary language into another artistic language, it was necessary a subjective acquisition of the base text, thus consolidating the process of literary reading in school.

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  • FERNANDA FAUSTINO DA SILVA RIBEIRO DE AGUIAR
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  • Líder : ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • MARCELO DA SILVA AMORIM
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • ÁUREA SUELY ZAVAM
  • Data: 01-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The works of Romanian linguist Eugenio Coseriu constitute a significant theoretical contribution to the concept of meaning in language theory, as according to this author, text linguistics is a hermeneutics of meaning, a discipline related to the individual linguistic level and whose central task is to prove and justify the meaning of texts. In two other theoretical traditions, such as in the studies of John Searle ー one of the proponents of speech act theory, and in the tenets of Jacques Derrida’s theory of deconstruction, it is possible to observe that the process of meaning construction also constitutes the core of philosophical and linguistic concerns. In this context, this dissertation compares the conception of meaning according to Coseriu with the works of Searle and Derrida, justifying the choice as we understand that there are significant divergences among their
    contributions, particularly regarding the role of interlocutors and the conditions of production for the recognition of meaning. Assuming an approach essentially theoretical, this research is characterized methodologically as a bibliographic, explanatory study of a basic nature (GIL, 2017; SEVERINO, 2017). Its main objective is to describe and comparatively analyze the conception of meaning in Coserian textual linguistics (COSERIU, 1987; 2007), speech act theory (SEARLE, 1984; 1995), and deconstruction (DERRIDA, 2006; 2009). To this end, we aim to: a) identify the conception of meaning present in the aforementioned studies; b) compare the understanding of meaning for each of the mentioned authors; and, finally, c) develop a synthesis to define meaning based on the similarities and differences found in each of the approaches under scrutiny. Based on the observed specificities, we note the approximation between Coserian textual linguistics and Searle’s theory of speech acts, particularly regarding the pragmatic aspects involved in the construction and recognition of meaning. This differs from the Derridean perspective, in which the author’s intention is disregarded, and meaning is seen as something continually deferred due to writing being, for Derrida, a play of signifiers. These findings contribute, therefore, to the systematization of the records of a comparative analysis about the conception of meaning according to the three theories mentioned, to the
    dissemination of Eugenio Coseriu's text linguistics as a hermeneutics of meaning and show that the theoretical scope around meaning makes this theme a source of multiple and necessary investigations, whether within the scope of text linguistics or philosophy of language.

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  • MARIA APARECIDA DE ALMEIDA REGO
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     Under the sign of tradition and modernity: O Desterro by Humberto Saraiva and Macau and the multifaceted world of letters by Aurélio Pinheiro

     

  • Líder : DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CASSIA DE FATIMA MATOS DOS SANTOS
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • HUMBERTO HERMENEGILDO DE ARAUJO
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 04-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research presents a study about the literary production of the writer Aurélio Pinheiro, situated in the context of the 1930s, of the twentieth century, having as object of literary investigation the novels O Desterro de Humberto Saraiva (1926) and Macau (1934). The main objective of the work was to analyze, considering the tensions between tradition and modernity that integrate the author's fiction, the representation of melancholy and its consequences in the constitution of the protagonists in the face of the experiences of loss, observing, even, the relations of approximations and singularity established. To this end, the examination of the protagonist characters took place in the light of the concept of problematic hero, in Lukács (2009), and of failed subject, in Mário de Andrade (2002) and Luís Bueno (2006), understanding, therefore, the relationship of conflict between the "I" and life in society, in addition to the analysis of melancholy in these same characters. We take as main references: Walter Benjamin (1985; 1989), Kampff Lages (2007), Costa Lima (2017) and Sigmund Freud (1978; 2010). The methodological choices were based on the guidelines of Antonio Candido (1976, 1987, 2012), regarding the study between text and context and literature and society, in order to establish possible connections in the face of the sociological and psychological elements present in the analyzed narratives. This means that the dialectical method of the work, in addition to being bibliographical (due to the need to offer an overview of the intellectual production of Aurélio Pinheiro), was also of an investigative-reflective and interpretive nature, considering the sociopolitical configuration of Brazil in the first decades of the twentieth century, besides to the interdisciplinary nature, since we consider the categories of analysis focused on the social and the interiority of the subject (melancholy). Thus, we carried out an investigation into the intellectual production of Aurélio Pinheiro, which contemplates several themes, offering a panoramic view of the most varied genres worked by the author. Initially, we brought a contextualization regarding Modernism and Regionalism in Brazilian literature, as well as a study regarding the fictional production that comprises the state of Rio Grande do Norte, referring to the first decades of the twentieth century. Then, we exposed the trajectory of the intellectual activity of Aurelio Pinheiro, through biographical and bibliographical researches, highlighting his relationship with the Amazonian scenario, in addition to the presence of scientific knowledge in his fiction. The analysis of the novels allowed us to verify that the various thematic strands that emerge in the writing of Aurélio Pinheiro reinforce the humanist writer who was constantly integrated into the space and the problems inscribed throughout his work. His protagonists live conflicting experiences and become subjects of decadent and melancholic interiority as a result of trajectories marked by the losses they face throughout their journeys. In O Desterro de Humberto Saraiva, the protagonist Humberto Saraiva is unable to react to a conservative context and decides to distance himself from social life. In Macau, Aluísio faces family failure as a result of  the processes of modernization, but somehow manages to adapt to the context of transformations. The analyses lead us to reflect on themes of human existence, power, passions, vileness, among others that Aurélio Pinheiro's writing contemplates.

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  • FRANCISCO GEOCI DA SILVA
  • Disinformation's treatment: critical reading against the fake news and post-truth pandemic

  • Líder : GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • JOSE ROMERITO SILVA
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • ANGELA DEL CARMEN BUSTOS ROMERO DE KLEIMAN
  • DOROTEA FRANK KERSCH
  • Data: 22-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Society is in a process of accentuated digitalization. As a result, different possibilities for instantaneous interactions in virtual spaces open up for individuals, as well as access to information from different sources. However, it cannot be disregarded that, in addition to the potential benefit, this has led to the emergence of new problems, aggravated by the great dissemination of content on the network and the formation of affinity spaces, the so-called bubbles, which are not very permeable to divergent thoughts. One of the results of this is the creation of groups whose individuals mutually reinforce shared confirmation biases, which are based on intersubjective aspects, such as beliefs, values and ideologies. In this context, the formation of “ecosystems” becomes remarkable, in which fake news and post-truths proliferate with greater intensity precisely because they use these biases to manipulate people's perception of reality, by proposing facts and alternative truths without the ballast of concrete situations. The result of this it’s the destabilization of the public debate on topics of great relevance to Brazilian society, such as the options for coping with the pandemic triggered by SARS-CoV-2, caused of the Covid-19, the result of which, as we have seen, was the worsening of public health problems by leading part of the population to risky behavior in the most delicate moments of the pandemic. The belief in panaceas and anti-science discourses – even promoted by political figures – partly motivated the relaxation of biosecurity measures, such as social distancing and the use of masks, on the other hand, encouraging the adoption of supposed treatments (without any proven effectiveness) to the detriment of the aforementioned measures and vaccination, the main prophylactic measure to avoid severe cases of Covid. Among other consequences, Brazil had to deal with a very significant number of losses. Therefore, and given that fake news and post-truths still continue to negatively influence the direction of the country, we took as an object of study the assumption of principles of critical reading aimed at identifying misinformation conveyed in texts shared on social networks and messengers. Due to the scenario described and the object of research presented, in this thesis, our general objective is to investigate, based on data analysis, the emergence of principles of critical reading responsive to fake news and post-truths. To accomplish this, we outlined two specific objectives: to identify recurrent strategies in the discursive construction of post-truths and their articulation with fake news; and to analyze how the principles emerging from the data, if any, can be used to reveal strategies adopted in the construction of post-truths. In order to achieve these objectives, we established an interface, within Applied Linguistics, between literacy studies from a sociocultural perspective, the pedagogy of multiliteracies, New Rhetoric and argumentation as an interactional process. As for the corpus data, they were generated based on documentary and bibliographic methodologies, contemplating some far-reaching fake news shared on social networks and in groups of messengers, and the analysis of the transmitted speeches was based on the qualitative and interpretive paradigm. Our study identified the emergence of some principles that can support the teaching-learning of critical reading aimed at training readers capable of identifying false content and (re)acting responsively to them. In addition, based on the results of the research, we were able to elaborate an e-book with 10 multiliteracies workshops aimed at teaching-learning the principles of critical reading inferred from the data analysis and in line with the identified and mapped strategies.

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  • LARALIS NUNES DE SOUSA OLIVEIRA
  • BETWEEN SIGNS AND WORDS: IDENTITY CONSTRUCTIONS OF DEAF ACADEMICS AT UFRN

     

     

     
     
  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • ANA CLAUDIA LODI
  • FLAVIANE REIS
  • LODENIR BECKER KARNOPP
  • Data: 04-oct-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Situated in the field of Applied Linguistics, my objective is to investigate the identity formation of deaf individuals who have graduated from the Letras-Libras/Língua Portuguesa (CLLP) course at UFRN. The data I analyze, concrete utterances in Libras (Brazilian Sign Language), from three deaf individuals, originate from the second class of the extension project titled "Ser Acadêmico", conducted in 2021, aimed at veteran students and alumni of the CLLP course, with the purpose of discussing academic life and studying how academic discourse genres are constructed. We conducted the analysis of these utterances with analytical reference to the philosophical concepts of Bakhtin's Circle on language and with a theoretical framework regarding deafness and identity constructions in today's world, encompassing Deaf Studies and Cultural Studies. In the first stage of our analysis, where our intention was to identify how the discourse practices in teaching and learning that these individuals participated in throughout their lives are valued in their narratives of academic experiences, we observed that (i) regarding their school experiences, discourse related to linguistic accessibility-related hardships prevails; (ii) regarding their experiences in higher education, it is noteworthy that each of the three individuals emphasizes different aspects of their undergraduate journey: Nelson spans his trajectory narratively, recounting his experiences from being a freshman to becoming a professor in the program that educated him; Rodrigo focuses on his experience in Scientific Initiation; Gladis presents the differences between her first and second undergraduate degrees (Pedagogy and CLLP, respectively); (iii) concerning postgraduate studies, the utterances highlight the importance of Libras for access to this level of education. In the second phase of the analysis, we delved into the positions taken by the subjects regarding Libras and Portuguese in a classroom discussion. In the tense dynamics of the interplay between these two languages, influenced by centripetal and centrifugal forces, it becomes evident that within the deaf academic community, coexist (i) the perception that, in the deaf history (both individual and collective), the imposition of Portuguese on the deaf has been and still is a symbol of oppression by the hearing culture over the deaf culture; (ii) an awareness that fluency in Portuguese by deaf individuals can be an important factor for the empowerment of deaf individuals; (iii) the recognition that the reach of Libras in a predominantly hearing and grapho-phonocentric society is still limited; and (iv) the active desire for Libras to be genuinely considered by academia as a legitimate language for the construction and dissemination of scientific knowledge.

     

     
     
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  • IRANILDO MOTA DA SILVA
  • Literature and dictatorship: a dialogical analysis of the representation of repression and resistance in Carlos Heitor Cony

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANGELA MARIA RUBEL FANINI
  • JOAO BATISTA DE MORAIS NETO
  • KATIA AILY FRANCO DE CAMARGO
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • SANDRA MARA MORAES LIMA
  • Data: 03-nov-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Brazil’s present has been marked by the resurgence and effervescence of social discourses that brought to light worldviews about the military dictatorship: divergent discourses that carry with them either positive or negative images of the “years of lead.” In that period, literature became a great fighting device used by novelists, chroniclers and poets who began to use their productions to materialize discourses against the military dictatorship and the atrocities committed to those who uttered critical discourses against the regime as a whole. As they present an innovative writing, a dialogue with the context of production, and a critical (un)masking of the military dictatorship in their discourses, literary works, among which are the works of Carlos Heitor Cony, stand out, namely, Pessach: a travessia, Pilatos, and Quase memória, quase romance. These works, which are the corpus of this research, were written, respectively, before, during and after AI5, the repressive decree of the military dictatorship, published on December 13, 1968. In this vein, our object of study focuses on the relationship between the Brazilian military dictatorship and the novel, understood as a literary discourse responsible for reflecting and refracting a diversity of discourses impregnated with ideologies. Thus, the main objective of this dissertation is to defend the idea that the discourses of repression and resistance are present in Cony’s works and are materialized more expressively in the form and content of the novels, more specifically in the voices of the narrators, the characters, and the way in which the novels are orchestrated. It is through the dialogic relations with the context of production and the diversity of discourses that comprise the novels that we intend to point out how the discourse of repression and resistance was materialized in the literary pieces. To do so, a comparative analysis of the three novels will be carried out, methodologically focusing on the voices of the narrators, the discourses of the characters, and the way the novels were elaborated. In this way, we will verify, comparatively, how these subjects (narrators and characters), who are responsible for composing the plurivocality of the novel, present their criticism to the dictatorship and how this political scenario is refracted. The discussions and analyses will be based mainly on the theoretical and methodological assumptions of the Bakhtinian theory and the so-called Bakhtin Circle, especially related to the contributions of Valentim Voloshinov and Pavel Medvedev. Reflections on the impacts of the military dictatorship on Brazilian society will be theoretically based on the studies of Pontes (2013; 2018), Arns (1987) and Schwarcz and Starling (2015), who outline the years of repression and censorship through which the Brazilian society of that period went and that were refracted in the novels we analyze. The analyses done have shown, essentially, that the discourses of repression and resistance penetrated not only that dictatorial context but also the three novels we studied, as they were refracted especially in the voices of the narrators, characters, and the structural form with which the novels were orchestrated. 

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  • VANESKA OLIVEIRA CALDAS


  • The impact of planning individually or in pairs on bilingual learners' speech production and calibration as a metacognitive strategy

  • Líder : JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DONESCA XHAFAJ
  • INGRID FINGER
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • MARIA DA GLÓRIA GUARÁ-TAVARES
  • Data: 08-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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    Research shows that strategic planning may be an ally in the development of bilingual learners’ oral production. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the effect of planning and of metacognitive strategies on oral production in L2. In this work, we chose calibration as the metacognitive strategy to be evaluated and we measured it by the correspondence between the individual's degree of perception in a task in relation to their actual performance in it. In this sense, this research intends to verify how different types of planning (no-planning, individual planning and planning in pairs) may impact bilingual learners’ oral production (in terms of accuracy, weighted lexical density, fluency and outcome), to analyze the role of calibration in the development of these learners' oral production and to identify which metacognitive strategies are part of this process. The study consisted of 63 Portuguese-English bilingual learners. All participants answered a questionnaire about personal information, performed three oral production tasks, gave themselves a grade for each proposed task and answered a questionnaire about the metacognitive strategies used in the oral productions. Results indicate that, in what concerns fluency, there was significant impact of planning in pairs and that, in this type of planning, learners also showed greater degree of confidence in the success of their oral production. However, individual planning resulted in learners having more adjusted calibration of their oral productions. With regard to accuracy, weighted lexical density and outcome, planning individually or in pairs does not seem to have made a difference in learners' oral production. Furthermore, the findings regarding the participants' perceptions suggest that they used different planning strategies, such as building a speech sequence in their head and using paper and pen, and considered planning in pairs to be more beneficial to the development of their oral productions.

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  • REBECCA CRUZ PINHEIRO
  • Authorship, Singularity and deletion in Discourse Analysis dissertations

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • ADRIANA SANTOS BATISTA
  • CLÁUDIA RIOLFI
  • SÍRIO POSSENTI
  • THOMAS MASSAO FAIRCHILD
  • Data: 14-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Through the research developed in the master's degree (PINHEIRO, 2021), we noticed that undergraduate students had difficulty in positioning themselves in relation to texts proposed in the classroom. From the results obtained in the research, we sought to investigate whether this problem also remained in graduate studies, in which the subject, in the position of researcher, needs to build an authorial text, in this case a master's dissertation. Thus, we sought to answer the question: how do researchers in training construct the theoretical chapters of their dissertations and how does this writing impacts their analyses and manifests the constitution of their authorship and singularity in academia? This research question is the basis of our general objective: To analyze how the theoretical chapters of dissertations in the field of Discourse Analysis are constructed and sustained, noting how this writing impacts their analyses and how researchers in training constitute themselves as authors of their texts and the nuances between the construction of a singular writing and plagiaristic writing. Through this goal, we also elaborated the specific objectives: (1) To understand how the already said permeate the writing of the theoretical chapters and if they indicate the construction of a plagiaristic writing; (2) to understand how the researchers in training constitute themselves as authors of their texts and how they mark their singularity in writing from the signs present in their theoretical chapters; (3) to analyze how the writing of the theoretical chapters contribute to the construction of authorship and singularity in the analytical chapters. Guided by these objectives, we analyzed the theoretical and analytical chapters of six dissertations, three from academic masters' programs in the field of Discourse Analysis (D1, D2, and D5) and three from the Professional Master's in Letters (PROFLETRAS) (D3, D4, and D6). We conducted these analyses based on Discourse Analysis, from interpretations of Pecheutian theory (PÊCHEUX, 2014a; 2014b; 1990a; 1990b), and with support from assumptions about authorship by Foucault (2009), Possenti (2002; 2013); the perspective of singularity by Riolfi (2011), of plagiarism with Schneider (1990), among others. From these theoretical lenses, we developed a qualitative research, with interpretativist bias (SILVA; ARAÚJO, 2017), through the indicative paradigm of Ginzburg (1989), that is, we analyzed the dissertations through the clues left by the texts about their relationships with the voice itself and with the mobilized theories. The analyses indicate us that the construction of the dissertations is situated between authorial erasure, in which the author's voice disappears to give way to the mobilized theorists - in which we highlight the categories of authorial erasure "Generalizations" (in some data added to the discussion about theoretical incongruities); "Expressions of authorial erasure"; "Grouted text, paraphrases and copies" (in some data accompanied by the highlight for the defense of theories); "Superficial analyses and defense of an opinion"; and the search for building something of their own, singular, by means of the interpretations given to the theories and the analyzed data - aspect analyzed in the category "Signs of authorship". These results point to an oscillation between the need to belong to the academy, reproducing its models and authors usually cited - and also the search for fulfilling the activity of writing in a fast (and bureaucratic) way - and the emergence of an authorial writing, which brings unique solutions to the research problems.

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  • BRUNA JANINE CABALLERO BEZERRA DE MELO
  • THE TWO FACES OF TIME IN “DIFERENÇA ENTRE LO TEMPORAL Y ETERNO”, BY JUAN EUSEBIO NIEREMBERG
  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • KALINA ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES DE PAIVA
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 22-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis is a study on the theme of time, based on the work 'De la diferencia entre lo temporal, y eterno; crisol de desengaños, con la memoria de la eternidade, postrímerias humanas y principales mysterios divinos' by Father Juan Eusebio Nieremberg. In this research, the objective is to demonstrate the presence of the Baroque alongside the approach to time, from its metaphysical perspective, respecting the historical context that preceded the colonization process, namely, the economic and sanitary crisis established between the 14th and 15th centuries, and the different expeditions in the conquest of America, with emphasis on the case of Paraguay, which, combined with the Spanish desire for expansion and acquisition of wealth, encouraged colonization. To achieve this, the research undertook a historical-literary analysis based on authors such as Morais (2011), Raminelli (2009; 2011; 2023), Acreche (2017), Schell (2010), among others, to understand the origins and development of the colonization process in light of Spanish expeditions. The first chapter proposed an overview of the antecedents of colonization, emphasizing cultural, economic, and social aspects, as well as the development and actions of colonizers in Paraguay. Furthermore, before reflecting on the issue of time itself, the third chapter was dedicated to addressing the historical concepts of the time regarding Spain in the 16th and 17th centuries, the colonization of Latin America, the Society of Jesus, the reductions, and the ideological context of the domination process of the native people, especially in Latin America. Subsequently, the fourth chapter contributed to the analysis of time as the main characteristic of the work under review, starting from the theoretical perspective of Saint Augustine, in a dialogical perspective for Christianity and Western culture, to the contribution of the concept of time in the view of modern theorists. Finally, we delved into the concepts of historical Baroque, highlighting the relationship between Baroque and time (the ephemeral and the eternal) in the specific analysis of Father Nieremberg's work. A bibliographic research was conducted through the collection and review of published works on the theories addressed, directing the study and analysis of the literary work in question. For a critical and relevant discussion, Mahn-Lot (1990), Gil (2010), and Fleck (2023) were used to assist in the analysis of the aforementioned book at the beginning of this abstract. As a result, the second chapter, through the relationship between history and literature, provided a new perspective on the process of colonization of Spanish America, with emphasis on the case of Paraguay through the actions of Nieremberg, namely, that the relations between the colonizer and the indigenous people were not solely oppressive. In the third chapter, we concluded that the missionary experience of the Jesuits was in line with the interests of the Spanish crown and the Catholic Church, making the evangelization of the natives function as a mechanism for recruiting new believers, while opening possibilities for the expansion of Jesuit educational mechanisms in the way colonizers dealt with the indigenous people. In the fourth chapter, we concluded that the concept of time permeates all of human history and plays a crucial role in the emergence and development of the Catholic religion from the perspectives pointed out by Saint Augustine, which, over time, became the subject of Jesuit discourses, where they made the distinction between "ephemeral" and "eternal" time.

2022
Disertaciones
1
  • RYANNY BEZERRA GUIMARAES
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    THE ROLE OF COMMITMENT IN PRONUNCIATION DECISIONS ANNULLED DUE TO "EXCESS LANGUAGE"

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • ROSALICE BOTELHO WAKIM SOUZA PINTO
  • SUELI CRISTINA MARQUESI
  • Data: 24-ene-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work is established in the theoretical pillar of Textual Analysis of Discourses, based on the postulates of Adam (2011, 2017, 2020), considering the text in its necessary connection with co(n)text and discourse and, consequently, understanding it from its materialization in a discursive genre. From this perspective, Commitment is seen as a phenomenon that allows us to analyze the voices raised in a text, allowing us to understand which instance assumes - or not - the propositional content of the utterances. In an approach also in line with Adam, the concepts, and assumptions of Rabatel (2013, 2016), such as Point of view and Emotion, are used, as well as those of Benveniste (1989 [1974], 1991 [1966]) and Kerbrat-Orecchioni (1997 [1980]) regarding the subjectivity of language. In an approach also in line with Adam, the concepts and assumptions of Alain de Rabatel (2012, 2013, 2016), such as Point of View and Emotion, are used, as well as those of Benveniste (1989 [1974], 1991 [1966]) and Kerbrat-Orecchioni (1997 [1980]) in what concerns the subjectivity of language. For the purpose of linguistically understanding the phenomenon called "excess language", we have the objectives of identifying, describing, analyzing and interpreting: (a) the text plan and characteristics of the genre "pronunciation decision"; (b) linguistic marks that show the point of view (PDV); (c) linguistic marks that show Commitment in pronunciation decisions annulled by "excess language" and in the reduced decisions; (d) similarities and differences between the annulled pronunciation decision and the decision for redone pronunciation; (e) Language marks that characterize the "excess language" in the genre; (f) Commitment and its relation to the linguistic marks of "excess language" in pronunciation. The genre chosen for analysis is the pronunciation decision annulled for excessive language, as well as its remade version, using decisions from the public domain. This legal text is produced by a judge, in the first phase of the Jury Court, in which evidence of materiality and sufficient evidence of authorship are analyzed (art. 413, §1, Brazilian Code of Criminal Process); if the defendant is indicted, he will be judged by the jurors on Jury Court. The importance of further studying this legal genre in relation to Commitment is due, firstly, to the fact that it is a decision whose limits are imposed to avoid that the jurors, in the second phase of the Jury Court, have their conviction already formed by this decision, making an effective defense of the defendant impossible, and, secondly, because the previous analysis of the corpus indicates that the annulment of these decisions due to "excess of language" is linked to issues related to the demarcation of the Commitment of the First Enunciator-Speaker (L1/E1), the judge, in relation to what he/she said. Because of this connection, privilege is given to the level of analysis at which it is possible to perceive and study the Commitment in the legal discourse genre of the pronouncement decision. After identifying and detailing the text plan of the genre, based on the analysis categories indicated by Adam (2011), the linguistic marks that characterize the "excess of language" are identified, described, analyzed, and interpreted, as well as marks that evidence the Point of View and Commitment in the annulled and then in the remade decisions.

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  • GUSTAVO AUGUSTO LIMA DE SOUSA
  • The agreement between cognition and culture in Umberto Eco's notion of categorization: Kant e o ornitorrinco

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • ERIK FERNANDO MILETTA MARTINS
  • RICARDO YAMASHITA SANTOS
  • Data: 27-ene-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This Masters thesis aims to analyze how the Italian semioticist Umberto Eco treats the theme of categorization, in order to point out possible contributions to the studies of that cognitive mechanism within the cognitive sciences and, above all, cognitive linguistics. Among Eco’s vast intellectual production, this study focuses on the analysis of the book Kant and the platypus (1998 [1997]), as this work comprises a number of essays dealing with cognition and language, which, directly or indirectly, discuss categorization. Considering the nature of the object of this research, this thesis is fundamentally a qualitative theoretical-interpretative work (CRESWELL, 2013; SILVA, 2020; ECO, 2014c). The organization of the steps that compose the methodological procedures is inspired by the content analysis (BARDIN, 2011), for the object of study in this research is fundamentally a text. In conformity with those research characteristics, the methodological procedures used in this study include literature review, Ginzburg’s (1989) indiciary paradigm and software of qualitative analysis of texts (Iramuteq®). Based on that methodology, and aiming the proposed general objective, this work examines different conceptions of cognition, of category and of models of categorization, in order to identify and describe the theoretical-epistemological view of the focused author. Throughout the first part of the analysis, the main theoretical constructs of Umberto Eco’s cognitive semantics are presented and explained. In the second part, an approximation between the Italian author’s reflections in the book analyzed and the theoretical and methodological tenets of an ecocognitive approach to language (DUQUE, 2015; 2018). In conclusion, evidence such as a common phenomenological theory grounding, a shared given importance to the body-environment relationship, the consequent highlighting of semantics as integrated with pragmatics and the account of meaning’s adaptability/malleability to different situations, supports that the cognitive semantics delineated by Umberto Eco in the work studied and the eocognitive approach share affinities. 

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  • KARLA STÉPHANY DE BRITO SILVA
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    ENUNCIATIVE DEVICES BUILDING THE ARGUMENTATIVE VIEW OF DEFENSE LAWYERS IN "ORAL SUBMISSIONS" IN HOMICIDE CRIMES

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • EMILIANA SOUZA SOARES
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MARISE ADRIANA MAMEDE GALVAO
  • Data: 27-ene-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The purpose of this work is to analyze the argumentative value present in the oral submissions of defense lawyers in homicide crimes and its relation to the convincing of the Jury Trial jurors. To that end, the study aims to identify, describe, analyze and interpret the arguments in the oral submissions of criminal lawyers regarding the concept of Point of View (POV), the assumption of Enunciative Responsibility (ER), the emotion and empathy, from the perspective of the argumentative claim.Thus, the qualitative interpretive research follows the inductive method and it is based on the theoretical postulates of Textual Discourse Analysis (TDA), with Adam (2011), Rodrigues, Passeggi and Silva Neto (2016) and Rodrigues (2017), in dialogue with linguistic enunciative theories, such as Rabatel (2016), theories of emotion with Plantin (2011), Martineau (2019), Michelli (2010) and linguistic empathy with Rabatel (2013).The research follows some well-defined criteria, which are: all cases are about homicide crimes; all cases concern defendants who have been acquitted; all oral submissions are available on Youtube; it was deemed necessary to have a case in each of the five regions of Brazil, as well as access to all acquittal sentences regarding each of the cases. In order to standardize the transcription of the corpus, which is an oral text, all four oral arguments were transcribed and were adapted in order to comply with the norms of the NURC (from its Portuguese acronym Norma Urbana Oral Culta, Urban Oral Cultivated Variety) Project. Due to occurrences presented in the corpus which differ from the ones marked in the transcription norms of the project, some signs were added in addition to those foreseen in the NURC.Data analysis points to the following results: the text planning of the Oral Submissions was similar to the text planning found in Classical Rhetoric, presenting, however, some peculiarities; in regard to the argumentative sequence, the occurrence of the justification level was observed in all regions (P.arg1+P.arg2+P.arg3), whereas the counter-argumentative level occurred in only one region (P.arg 0 and P.arg 4); as for the assumption of ER, it can be verified, mainly, by the marks of index of persons, spatial and temporal deixis and modalities, which are present in all submissions; as for the repelling of ER, it is marked by verbum dicendi, attributing the responsibility for the statement to the Federal Constitution, the Penal Code, law professors, etc; regarding the POV, it is understood that its linguistic marks promoted the argumentative orientation of the L1/E1, which must certainly have influenced directly the final decision of the jurors, presenting an asserted POV in most of the oral submissions and a reported POV in the narration of the facts; in regard to the emotional argument, its presence was noted in all submissions and it was marked by subjective lexemes, in particular, by names of feelings, such as: fear, pain, indignation, regret, etc; finally, concerning the empathic argument, it was verified as present in almost all the oral submissions, except for the one observed in the Southeast Region. The most recurrent empathic arguments were: everyone would act in the same way as the defendant; L1/E1 should consider the position of the jurors, so as to avoid future regrets; and L1/E1 should consider the feelings experienced by the victim’s mother.


4
  • EWERTON WILLIAM ESTEVAM DE SOUZA
  • THE COGNITIVE-DISCURSIVE PROCESS OF METAPHORIC MEANING CONSTRUCTION OF FEAR IN O CEMITÉRIO IN THE LIGHT OF COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • ADA LIMA FERREIRA DE SOUSA
  • SOLANGE COELHO VEREZA
  • Data: 31-ene-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This Masters thesis aims to describe the cognitive-discursive construction process of metaphors of fear in the novel O cemitério (original title: Pet Sematary) by Stephen King. We examine how the author metaphorically builds the concept of fear through its descriptions and its psychological effects on characters. In order to have a thorough view on that subject, we work with the theory of conceptual metaphor (LAKOFF; JOHNSON, 1980), the concept of situated metaphor (VEREZA, 2013b), the concept of metonym (BARCELONA, 2003a, 2003b), the notion of frame (DUQUE, 2015; 2017) and online/offline frames (VEREZA, 2013a).  These categories are taken from the theoretical framework of Cognitive Linguistics, from which we highlight the Theory of Embodied Mind and the Theory of Conceptual Metaphor. Both of these theories argue for the embodied aspect of the human cognition and the importance of metaphor for thought. The nature of the present research is interpretative, thus its objective of understanding how members of a given community shape their particular realities, beliefs and intentions. Regarding the methodological procedures, we employ the following tools to build and analyze data: identification of metaphors – bootstrapping (DUQUE, 2018b) and a model of frame representation through graphs (SOUZA; DUQUE, 2018). The results acquired during analysis allow us to understand more accurately how metaphoric strategies set off cognitive processes that build the concept of fear.  In that regard, our research is relevant because it contributes, at least on small scale, to the development of the cognitive study of metaphors.

5
  • LARISSA DIAS BARBOSA
  • “THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU”

    Revisiting stereotypes and the inscription of lesbian existence in Amora, by Nathalia Borges Polesso

  • Líder : MAURO DUNDER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • MARLISE VAZ BRIDI
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • Data: 31-ene-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Based on feminist criticism and gender studies, the present thesis aims to analyze the representations and stereotypes of lesbianities in the short stories “Flor, flores, ferro retorcido”, and “Vó, a senhora é lésbica?”. Both narratives make up the short storybook entitled Amora, published in 2015, by the writer Natalia Borges Polesso, which has as its main thread stories of lesbians women in their diverse experiences and perfomances. In the research, we investigate the ways in which Polesso, through the construction of her characters, tensions stereotypes contained in social imaginaries to build plural representation of dissents. The research also discusses the power of the writer’s discourse, as a subversive bias os the hegemonic uses of language in the literary field, by inscribing lesbian existence in Amora. To this end, we reflect from the feminist criticism contained in Bonnet (1995), Lauretis (1994), Rich, (2010) and Wiitig (2006), taking a look at the author’s constructions of lesbians characters, and from the gender studies coined by Butler (2010), Foucault (1999),, and Louro (2020), seeking to understand how aspects of social constructions of sexuality and gender are engendered in the short stories. We also underpin ourselves, in order to better discuss stereotypes, imaginaries and social representation in Charaudeau (2017) and Moscovici (2015). In face of the analyzes and discussions of this research, we understand the importance of Polesso’s work for the construction of a more plural and dissident Brazilian literary scenario, which guides multiple women, living multiple sexualities.

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  • RAFAEL VALE GERONCIO BORGES DE ALBUQUERQUE
  • THE KING'S SHADOW: an analysis of the character Xerxes in Persians by Aechylus

  • Líder : ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELRI BANDEIRA DE SOUSA
  • MARCOS CESAR TINDO BARBOSA
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • Data: 31-ene-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis proposes an analysis of the character Xerxes in Aeschylus’ Persians tragedy. To the conduction of this research, theoretical bases of history and culture related to the ancient Greek world were used. The following authors guide this part: Albin Lesky (1995 and 2015), Jacqueline de Romilly (2008) and Maria Helena da Rocha Pereira (2006). The main text sources of this analysis are Poetics and Art of Rhetoric, by Aristotle, who has been chosen as main guide to the study here developed due to the temporal proximity of only a few decades between him and the author of the work being analyzed. Being 472 BC as the possible time of its first run, Persians unfolds the events triggered after the Persians’ defeat by the Greeks at the Battle of Salamis in 480 BC. The fact that the main characters in the play are characters of recent history for the audience in question was taken into consideration, that’s why it was necessary, for a broader comprehension, a text selection of the historian Herodotus, who narrated the most part of the conflicts between Greek and Persians. For the purposes of this research only the book VIII has been utilized for having as narrative scenery the Battle of Salamis and its unfolded events. The analysis process had as methodology the detailed lecture of the scenes and has collected opinions stated by its characters, opinions which have been confronted by the actions of the analyzed character, Xerxes, so that we could draw a profile through his characteristics and motivations. Bearing in mind that during the reading it was noticed that Xerxes often was compared to his father, Dario, a former king who through wars and invasions attached a huge number of lands to the already rich Persia. Those comparisons proved pertinent to enrich a profound comprehension of Xerxes, and for this reason it was also made an analysis of Dario, that followed that same means and technics utilized to study the young king Xerxes, but always aiming at elements that would help the analysis of the young king. The culmination of this research is to understand Xerxes’ actions and ponder whether these actions are related or not to the conquers of his father.

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  • ALINE SETÚBAL DA SILVEIRA
  • - BODY-KALUNGA: THE FLOW OF IDENTITY AND MEMOIRS IN UM DEFEITO DE COR, BY ANA MARIA GONÇALVES

  • Líder : KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • MARIA ANGÉLICA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 04-feb-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Um defeito de cor (2006), by the Brazilian writer Ana Maria Gonçalves, the memoirs’ trajectory of Kehinde “Luiza” is depicted as a legacy to her son, Omotunde “Luiz Gama”. Luiza’s grieving process is driven by her body memory. The narrator-protagonist, a former slave, reveals to the reader a quest for herself through the nuances of an endless search for her son. Thus, this paper’s goal is to analyze the memorialistic constructions woven by the narrative voice of Kehinde, as well as the identity (re)constructions of the protagonist in flux and in dialogue with these memorial marks. The analysis is based on Abdias Nascimento (2016; 2019), Luciana Brito (2018), and Mônica Lima e Souza (2008), among others, theorists who promote dialogues about the African Diaspora and slavery in Brazil. The research is based on Leda Maria Martins (2003), Paul Ricoeur (2007), Roland Walter (2011), among others, for the analytical category of memory. Frantz Fanon (2008), Paul Gilroy (2012), Stuart Hall (2013; 2014), and W. E. B. Du Bois (2021) were drawn on for the analytical category of identity. From the analysis undertaken, we observed that the protagonist, in her narrative flow, emerges identity crossings, a reflection of the diasporic subject's experience with multiple cultural encounters, sometimes juxtaposed and sometimes confronted. The wandering memory represents reconciliation to the loss of oneself and one's kinsmen.

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  • NATÁLIA SOUZA NORO
  • PLOWING THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE AGAINST THE GRAIN: TORTO ARADO AND ITS POTENTIAL FOR LITERARY LITERACY

  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FERNANDO MAUÉS DE FARIA JÚNIOR
  • DANIELLE GRACE REGO DE ALMEIDA
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • Data: 21-feb-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • A book with a print run of five thousand is usually considered a best seller in Brazil. In contrast, Torto Arado has already sold one hundred thousand, in addition to having won the main national awards for novels. One of the aspects that stand out in justifying this success is the fact that the literature of Itamar Vieira Junior is a literature of alterities, directly dialoguing with the postulates of Benjamin (1987b) when proposing “brushing history against the grain”, which invites not only to think of an inversion of the order, but of a new establishment of the tradition of the oppressed. With this study, the goal is to analyze the forementioned novel from its representations of resistance to barbarism (Benjamin, 1987a; 1987b) and the scars of colonialism (Fanon, 1968) for the composition of literary discourse. From this interpretation, notes for a literacy project are also delimited, taking into account a didactic-methodological path in which literary reading is valued as an experience (Bondía, 2002) and active listening (Bajour, 2012) is understood as an important method of apprehension. reality on the part of the students. In view of the analyzes raised, it is concluded that Torto Arado brings enriching contributions to human formation by committing to a revolutionary imaginative horizon for/with the oppressed, as well as the themes formalized in his speech present a fertile ground for a critical and liberating literary education.

9
  • MARIA KÉRSIA DA SILVA DOURADO
  • DEAF VOICES: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF MEMES FROM/ABOUT DEAF COMMUNITIES
  • Líder : CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • FLAVIA ROLDAN VIANA
  • SÍRIO POSSENTI
  • Data: 23-feb-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • When it comes to the accessibility for deaf people, humor, in addition to professional and legislative aspects, plays a relevant role, since it is a recognized tool for cultural dissemination. In this context, memes are particularly important, as they portray, for example, the performance of the professional Interpreter of Libras (Brazilian Sign Language). Considering the production and circulation in social networks of this relevant cultural artifact, we intend to investigate these images produced in and by the deaf community. In this work, we start from the methodological point of view of Discourse Analysis to investigate which effects of meaning emerge from the analytical reading of memes disseminated about and by the deaf community. Specifically, we propose i) to identify the possible effects of meaning in imagistic recordings; ii) to infer positions in imagery memes, by comparing enunciative scenes of the deaf and non-deaf culture; iii) analyze the identity and cultural representations from the constitution of certain ethé for the deaf and hearing communities. For this analysis, we rely on the theoretical contributions of Maingueneau (2008a, 2012, 2016b) to understand how these memes about and by the deaf community are constituted in the clash between different positioning. In this study, the expression meme is understood as a language phenomenon and as an exercise of power in discursive community practices (BAKHTIN, 2002, 2010, 2016; GUERRA e BOTTA 2018; FOUCAULT, [1970] 2014, 1979, 1986, 2018; FELIPE, 2011; MAINGUENEAU, 2008, 2012; WIGGINS, 2019). We also work with the theoretical concepts inside the studies of deaf culture (CANCLINI, 2009; HALL, 2002; 1997; QUADROS, KARNOPP, 2004; PERLIN, MIRANDA, 2003; PERLIN, 2016; SÁ, 2006; SKLIAR, 2016; STROBEL, 2009; TESKE, 2016, WOODWARD, 2000), moved mainly by our interest in the cultural and identity constitution of deaf communities and in the hegemonic representations of the deaf person and sign language. Our analysis suggest that the memes (1) not only entertain internet users, but also inherit a practice that is recognized and maintained on the network by the community; (2) incorporate the ethé that, when staged, show determined positions (disqualifying or belonging to/from the deaf community); (3) (re)construct the power relations through the exercise of their positions; (4) point to identity and cultural representations from the demarcation of difference.

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  • FELIPE FRANCA FERREIRA
  • Devilish tropics: baroque, neobaroque and more heresies in "Do amor e outros demônios"

  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA DE MORAIS NETO
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • Data: 11-abr-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Latin American literature of the second half of the 20th century has been studied as a neo-baroque literature, and the works of the Colombian Gabriel García Márquez, some yes and others not so much, are inserted in this demarcation. When it comes to neobaroque studies, there is still a certain academic preference for certain novels by this author, which ends up leaving other works of his containing fewer observations in the light of these studies. The main objective of this dissertation is to investigate how the artifices of Sarduy's neobaroque are manifested in Gabriel García Márquez's work On Love and Others, and how the world that is drawn in it is baroque. The concept of the figure of the picaro developed by José Antonio Maravall, the idea of labyrinth in 20th century Latin American literature present in the studies of Affonso Romano de Sant'Anna, the classification of "ordeal novel" that the baroque novel receives and about which Mikhail Bakhtin looks at, Alejo Carpentier's wonderful American real to deal with a baroque language, a unique nature and everyday life that America has, and creolization beyond the concept of miscegenation that the Martinican Edouard Glissant builds in his studies , are the theoretical contribution of this work. The contributions of Linda Hutcheon and Elzbieta Sklodowska, both on postmodernity and parody, are also part of the theoretical framework of this dissertation. The methodology used is almost entirely of a bibliographic nature, however, some material collected on the internet will appear.

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  • DANIELE AMANDA COSTA DE LIMA
  • THE CONCEPT OF Portuguese language AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF MEANING IN BRAZILIAN SIGN LANGUAGE (LIBRAS): CONCEPTUALIZATION IN REPORTS BY DEAF PEOPLE BASED ON AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO COGNITION AND LANGUAGE

     
  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • FLÁVIA MEDEIROS ÁLVARO MACHADO
  • VERIDIANE RIBEIRO PINTO
  • Data: 22-jun-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • During an interaction, it is necessary to resort to the network of knowledge that one has about language, concepts evoked by linguistic elements and the experienced situation. This process involves cognitive-ecological mechanisms associated with the construction of concepts’ meaning, that is, conceptualization. For the purpose of understanding how Deaf people conceptualize Portuguese language in reports available in videos from YouTube, this Master’s thesis seeks to answer the following questions: (1) how can the language-game (WITTGENSTEIN, 2012) that structures the studied interaction be characterized?; (2) what are the verbal and non-verbal clues involved in the process of conceptualization of Portuguese language by Deaf people?; (3) what are the cognitive-ecological mechanisms engaged in the said conceptualization?; (4) how Deaf people build their worldview of Portuguese language? Through a technique to establish saturation of data (STRAUSS; CORBIN, 2008), three videos produced in Brazilian Sign Language (Libras) by Deaf youtubers were selected, in which they share their experiences with Portuguese. Based on the theoretical framework of the ecological approach to cognition and language (DUQUE, 2017), the reports were analyzed aiming the identification of concepts evoked by signers. The analysis performed suggests that, for the construction of meaning of Portuguese language, it is necessary to evoke a network of frames (DUQUE, 2015; 2017) that supports the conceptualization that associates the learning process of Portuguese with assiduous study of writing and grammatical categories, speech training, the use of devices created to increase auditory perception and the appreciation of Libras. Moreover, the research shows that, by learning Portuguese, Deaf people and hearing people resort to distinct events and, within the Deaf community, deafness is perspectivated as an identity trait.

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  • ISABELA MAIA COSTA
  • THE GOOG WOMEN OF CHINE: AUTOBIOGRAPHY, MEMORY AND TESTIMONIAL

  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • HO YEH CHIA
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • Data: 24-jun-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Good Women of China: Hidden Voices (2003) is a non-fiction work of literature composed of testimonies of Chinese women transcribed under a literary aesthetic by the writer and journalist Xinran Xue. This dissertation aims to analyze the representation of these women in the work, which occurs through the intertwining of their memories and testimonies to the author's life. Most of the accounts are narrated in the first person by Xinran (2003), so the work has predominantly autobiographical characteristics, but also has the elements of memory and testimony already mentioned, and also contains some journalistic aspects, which makes it a hybrid genre work. Most of the stories told in The Good Women of China: Hidden Voices (2003) take place during the years when Mao Zedong was the Chairman of the Communist Party of China (1949-1976) and are directly influenced by the politics of the time. In the area of literature of the Brazilian academy, works that refer to this period are still not much explored by researchers, therefore, to facilitate the understanding of readers, this work has a historical recapitulation of the main events that occurred in China during the 20th century. In addition, the roots of women's literature in China are also discussed and, in a very superficial way, some concepts of Confucianism, so that one can better understand the archaic conceptions that influence until today the meaning of being a good woman in this country. This is a bibliographic and qualitative study, and its main theoretical reference is Halbwachs (1990), Ricœur (2020) on the study of memory; Lejeune (1975), Hershatter (2011) and Dosse (2015) on autobiography and testimony; Pomar (2003) and Shu (2012), on the history of China in the 20th century; Denton (2016) on modern Chinese literature; and Liu, Karl and Ko (2013) and Pang-White (2018) on female-authored literature in China; Norden (2018) on Confucianism; and Lerner (2017) on patriarchy. It is hoped with this study to demonstrate that the history and experience of women permeate a tradition of dominion determined by patriarchy, in a similar way, in different cultures.

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  • LEILA HELOISE DA SILVA JERÔNIMO
  • THE GROTESQUE (RE)PRODUCTION OF THE IDENTITY UNFINISHEDNESS OF THE LGBTQIA+ COMMUNITY IN THE SEX EDUCATION SERIES

     
     
  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUCIANE DE PAULA
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 14-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

    The dialogue between art and life reveals how the extralinguistic social milieu finds in art an immediate response to the social formation (VOLÓCHINOV, 2019), thus creating intelligibility between these two worlds that complement each other. Accordingly, this paper aims, based on the theoretical and methodological postulates of Bakhtin (1993; 2011; 2015) and Volóchinov (2018; 2019), the transgressive perspective of Applied Linguistics (MOITA LOPES, 2006; PENNYCOOK, 2006), and studies on sexuality (BUTLER, 2018; LOURO, 2001), to seek to understand the process of sexual identity construction of fictional characters in the series Sex Education and how this reflects life-related contemporary aspects. To achieve our goal, therefore, we consider the journey of Eric Effiong, a black, effeminate teenager, son of Protestant parents, who has his sexual identity modified throughout the show's first season by direct interaction with the social environment. Given this, and from a qualitative-interpretative study, we analyze, verbal-vocal-visually (PAULA, 2017), how verb-ideological forces (BAKHTIN, 2015) permeate concrete enunciations (BAKHTIN, 2011) taken from the scenes selected as the Corpus of analysis and how these forces influence the unfinished identity of socio-historical subjects materialized under the bias of grotesque attributes (BAKHTIN, 1993). The study findings show that hegemonic cultural intervention on bodies like Eric's prevents subversive practices of sexualities that do not respect traditional procedures as a consequence of a relentless attempt by centripetal forces to control identity performances outside heteronormative sexual standards. Moreover, by reproducing the identity unfinishedness of the LGBTQIA+ community, the young man's body reflects and refracts the life world, thus receiving grotesque finishings expressing social views about his sexual orientation.

     

     

     

     
     
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  • MARIANA FERREIRA DOS SANTOS
  • MORAL FRAMING IN “THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF EURÍDICE GUSMÃO” THROUGH THE USE OF WELL-BEING METAPHORS

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • RICARDO YAMASHITA SANTOS
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 19-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Literature and Linguistics are complementary areas of the human sciences, colliding on many issues, from different points of view that foster critical thinking and a deep analysis of contemporary society in all its complexity. This work intends to converge knowledge of these two areas in a linguistic analysis that allows a deeper and more detailed understanding of the morals and motivations of the characters of the novel “The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão”, which permeate social-political, linguistic and literary issues. To this end, Lakoff (2008) and his categories of analysis are used instrumentally to explore the metaphors of well-being in the book, with the aim of understanding how they are constructed in discourse and how this can influence the way they the characters' social roles are structured, as well as understanding the morals that drive the characters' actions in the text. Although we adopt Lakoff's linguistic and mentalist methodology for analysis, literary studies are also present for a socially and linguistically grounded understanding of the subject. To achieve the objective proposed here, we use the Frame analysis, which is a door to understanding how thought is structured in our brain. To comprehend how moral framing works, we need to understand how our brain structures what we understand by morals through the first institution of which we are a part of: the family. It is through this moral frame, which is divided into two models, Nurturing Father and Strict Father ¹ (Lakoff, 2009), that we will try to understand how the author structures the moral frames that guide the characters in the novel. For that, the metaphors of well-being (Lakoff, 2008) are used as a basis for analysis, with the final objective of presenting the two models of family and understanding how, possibly, these models affect the characters of the novel, and, being these characters a literary representation of Brazilian citizens and customs, one can also infer how some sectors of Brazilian society apply the morals analyzed here.

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  • CEFLA DE MEDEIROS GONCALVES
  • Between dystopia and science fiction: the identity construction of Lacie Pound on Black Mirror's series Nosedive episode 

     
     
     
  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LUCIANE DE PAULA
  • MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 19-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis has the objective to establish, from The Bakhtin Circle’s theoretical and methodological assumptions, a discursive analysis of the identity construction process as regards the characters of the episode Nosedive, from the British series Black Mirror, mainly about the protagonist’s identity, Lacie Pound, and from which ways the identity constructions reflect and refract the identities of contemporary persons, marked by a unfinished identity (HALL, 2006). In addition, it aims to analyze how Black Mirror series, through literary language, represents the current reality, defined as liquid (BAUMAN, 2001), digital (HAN, 2019a), transparent (HAN, 2020), hypermodern (LIPOVETSKY, 2020a) and nimble (LIPOVETSKY, 2020b). To achieve these pretensions the audiovisual work (CANTORE and PAIVA, 2020) Nosedive, co-written by Michael Schur and Rashida Jones, will be used as a way to emphasize the identity questions as of interactions between Lacie Pound and other characters, since Lacie’s identity construction occurs through the relationships built along the plot, evincing social questions in an extremely excluding universe, regards to the acceptability of people who escaped from socially imposed standards and reverberate characteristics of the grotesque (BAKHTIN, 1989). In this social extremism sphere, it intends to analyze how the dystopian discourse genre, along with the Science Fiction discourse genre build a new genre, which results in the series concerned. Moreover, it is intended to study how the grotesque bodies are constituted throughout the Nosedive plot, in particular the main character’s body – since the grotesque is remarkable in its corporeal image – and in what ways they are linked to the ideal body archetype widespread in hypermodernity (LIPOVETSKY, 2020a) and in the society of beauty (HAN, 2019b). At length, seeks to evince the aversion that Nosedive’s society has to the different, metamorphosed into the monstrous figure, becoming liable to punishment and social exclusion, which ends up reflecting the world in contemporary life in art.

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
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  • MAIARA DO NASCIMENTO ARAÚJO
  • IMAGENS DA CONSTRUÇÃO DA IDENTIDADE DE PROFESSORES DE LÍNGUA ESPANHOLA EM RELATÓRIOS DE ESTÁGIO DA UFRN

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FÁBIO BARBOSA DE LIMA
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • VALNECY OLIVEIRA CORRÊA SANTOS
  • Data: 22-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Esta pesquisa aborda a construção discursiva da identidade docente do professor de língua espanhola em relatórios de estágio, de uma disciplina de estágio supervisionado que deveria ocorrer no ensino fundamental regular, mas que pela falta de campo de atuação, acaba por se desenvolver por meio de modalidades. Considerando este contexto, estabelecemos como objetivo geral: analisar os efeitos de sentido que a experiência de estágio por modalidades provoca na construção da imagem da identidade docente dos licenciandos, do curso de Letras – Língua Espanhola e Literaturas da UFRN. A hipótese é de que a realização do estágio a partir das modalidades possibilita a emergência, nos textos dos estagiários,  de diferentes imagens do que seria um professor de língua espanhola, podendo essas serem percebidas a partir da  escrita dos relatórios de estágio. Para alcançar o nosso propósito elaboramos os seguintes objetivos específicos: a) investigar as formas como os estagiários se relacionam, na escrita dos relatórios, com os textos lidos dentro da disciplina de estágio; b) analisar as imagens do professor de língua espanhola nos relatórios de estágio das diferentes modalidades; c) examinar a partir de operações linguístico-discursivas as imagens presentes nos relatórios sobre o lugar do espanhol no ensino fundamental. Para tanto, este trabalho fundamenta-se na Análise do Discurso de linha francesa,  partindo dos conceitos de formações imaginárias, formações ideológicas e forma-sujeito, propostos por Pêcheux (2014a; 2014b). Também contribuíram os estudos de Guimarães (2016), Rodrigues (2012) e Paraquett (2009) relativos ao ensino de espanhol no contexto brasileiro; e os de Hall (2006), Leffa (2012) e Pimenta e Lima (1997; 2004) sobre construção identitária. Esta pesquisa é de natureza qualitativa, de caráter descritivo-interpretativista baseado no método indiciário apresentado por Ginzburg (1989), bem como na proposta teórico-metodológica de leitura dos dados orientada por Pêcheux (1997). O corpus é composto por 06 relatórios de estágio produzidos por licenciandos do curso de graduação em língua espanhola da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. Os relatórios são relativos à disciplina de Estágio Supervisionado de Formação de Professores para o Ensino Fundamental (Espanhol) e foram desenvolvidos durante os anos de 2018 e 2019, o acesso aos relatórios foi autorizado pelo professor responsável pela disciplina, como também pelos alunos que os produziram. Os resultados preliminares apontam que a experiência de estágio por modalidades produz efeitos na construção discursiva da identidade docente dos licenciandos. Um deles seria a ressignificação da imagem do professor de língua espanhola, através do contato com os discursos presentes nas leituras realizadas e/ou com os discursos que perpassam a prática dos professores supervisores. Outro efeito seria a reafirmação do ensino fundamental como um não lugar de atuação para esse profissional.

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  • EMILLY VALÉRIA RIBEIRO ARAÚJO
  • UM VÉRTICE DE ÂNGULO: CONTOS CASCUDIANOS SOBRE AS HISTÓRIAS QUE O TEMPO LEVA

  • Líder : JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MARIA SUELY DA COSTA
  • Data: 25-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Histórias que o tempo leva… (1924), Luís da Câmara Cascudo fictionally narrates episodes inspired by the history of the brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte. The short narratives intertwine with the colors of the local components, representing popular culture and urban spatiality in the tales. Given these contents, this work analyzes the historical, cultural, and urban themes in articulation with the ideas of the Brazilian modernist movement, considering that Câmara Cascudo assumed a leading role in the discussions and dissemination of the movement in the province. Thus, this research dialogues with the theoretical orientations of Antonio Candido (2014) and Mário de Andrade (1978) on Modernism; Walter Benjamin (1987), Le Goff (1990), and Alfredo Bosi (1992) for the study of events related to History; and Gaston Bachelard (1993) and Borges Filho (2007) for the analysis of spatial representations. Based on the analysis carried out, we identified that the return to past events, from the literary point of view, provides the apprehension of a past characterized by plurality, favoring a historical inclusion. In addition, it was noted that socio-spatial latencies reflect evidence of the colonial universe alongside a subtle cosmopolitan aspiration. Therefore, it is understood that the book has contributed to renewing the national intellectual thought, which is due to the rescue of regional tradition in consonance with the ideas in vogue in Modernism.

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  • DAYANA BENTO DE SOUZA
  • CRITICAL/PROPOSITIONAL STUDY OF THE FORMS OF FAZER PEDIDOS IN PFL TEXTBOOKS (BP)

  • Líder : MARCELO DA SILVA AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • LUIZ HERCULANO DE SOUSA GUILHERME
  • MARCELO DA SILVA AMORIM
  • Data: 28-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the teaching-learning context of Portuguese as a Foreign Language (PFL), one must keep in mind that teaching grammar must be approached from a strictly pedagogical perspective. It needs an active role in the development of the linguistic conscience of the learner, thus making possible the critical usage of forms and functions which native speakers employ spontaneously, extrapolating the norm professed in the prescriptive manuals and reproduced in the PFL Textbook (TB). Therefore, it is necessary to comprehend the PFL TB’s gaps and to work to foster better conditions to approaches which generate real communication, and so that language in use is the focus of the possibilities of interaction. That said, our investigation, which is of qualitative nature, aims to analyze how the competence fazer pedidos is presented in PFL textbooks, how it is approached in a less practical and/or functional way besides what the grammar rule recommends. In our analysis we use three manuals for teaching PFL which include said competence: Novo Avenida Brasil 1 (LIMA et al., 2008); NOTA 10: Português do Brasil (DIAS; FROTA, 2015); and SAMBA!: Curso de Língua Portuguesa para Estrangeiros (FERRAZ; PINHEIRO, 2020). We map the uses proposed by the aforementioned Textbooks, comparing them to the reoccurring varieties in the language in use. Theoretically, we are supported by the interpretations on methods of teaching foreign language by Larsen-Freeman (2000); stages of grammatical learning with communicative approach by Brown (2007); Bizarro (2017); Kramsch (2013); Mendes (2011); Meyer (2013); Silveira (1998); Santos and Alvarez (2010); among other theoreticians.

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  • LUCAS DA SILVA RODRIGUES
  • The potiguar speech in talk show: the alternation of personal pronouns NÓS and A GENTE

  • Líder : MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDAIR GÖRSKI
  • ERICA REVIGLIO ILIOVITZ
  • MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • Data: 28-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Guided by theoretical and methodological foundations of variationist sociolinguistics, this dissertation aims to describe and analyze the alternation between subject plural first-person pronouns NÓS and A GENTE in the speech of interviewees and the interviewer of the talk show Agora é com Danilo. The corpus contains 407 data of NÓS and A GENTE in the subject function from 19 interviews done with the guests of the television talk show and 228 data of these pronouns in the interviewer's speech. We codify the data from the interviewees according to linguistic (referent determination, parallelism, and subject filling) and social (sex, age, and occupation) factors. We did the same with the interviewer’s data for the linguistic factors. However, for social factors, we codified the data according to the social profile of the interviewees, from the perspective of accommodation to the interlocutor. Then we submit the codification to the statistical program GOLDVARB X to obtain frequencies and relative weights. All linguistic factors were statistically significant for respondents, and, regarding social factors, occupation and sex were significant. NÓS and A GENTE distribution patterns for these factors were similar to patterns observed in investigations carried out in different Brazilian regions.  The significant factors for the talk show host were parallelism and subject filling. There was no evidence of accommodation to the interlocutor. The informal tone of the program could have been the reason for the greater use of A GENTE in the host’s speech, regardless of the interviewee’s social profile.

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  • ANA KAROLINE ABRANTES OLIVEIRA
  • Variation between NÓS and A GENTE in the speech of the host of the variety show Resenhas do RN (2019-2020)

  • Líder : MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CELIA MARIA DE MEDEIROS
  • MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • MARIA JOSE DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 26-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • From the perspective of Variationist Sociolinguistics, this thesis aims to analyze the variation between the first-person plural pronouns NÓS and A GENTE in the speech of the TV hostess of the variety program Resenhas do RN in the years 2019-2020. We transcribed 16 episodes recorded in different cities of Rio Grande do Norte. We controlled the following factors as restrictors of the choice between pronouns: (i) the different phases that constitute the variety show; (ii) the possibility of accommodating of the hostess to the social profile of the interviewees. However, the factors linked to the accommodation of the hostess to the interlocutor were not significant. The Resenhas do RN can be divided into three phases. In the initial narration, the hostess uses a more formal style of speech permeated by writing. In the second moment, when presenting the episode and speaking directly to the audience, her speech is less formal. Finally, as she interviews the guests, her talk approaches an everyday conversation. Our hypothesis was that, at the time of the interview, the hostess would use the most recent pronoun A GENTE, which was confirmed. We conclude that, depending on the textual genre that provides the data, it is necessary to take it not as a whole, but considering the different parts of its composition. Each part may allow for different degrees of formality, which is relevant for the selection of variant forms.

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  • LUCAS VICTOR DE OLIVEIRA ARAUJO
  • Real and ideology in The ones who walk away from Omelas.

  • Líder : ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • TITO MATIAS FERREIRA JÚNIOR
  • Data: 04-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work aims to analyze the representation of the narrator’s ideological composition in the short story The ones who walk away from Omelas, part of the collection The wind’s twelve corners¸by the American writer Ursula K. Le Guin in order to comprehend to what extent the analyzed text contains a transition between the concepts of utopia and dystopia, how the narrative builds an utopic proposal, and by what mean the žižekian view on the Real may contribute to the leguinian studies. To do so, analyses are performed regarding the concept of ideology as seen from the dialogical perspective, ideologically neutral and given valor only when connected to the speeches of social life. The research also makes use of the Circle’s concepts of author-creator, double-voiced discourse, and utterance in order to better comprehend the literary writing process as materializing ideologies from the live social world. We dialogue these concepts with the psychoanalytic studies of the Slavic philosopher Slavoj Žižek. The Slavic author has ideology as a similar concept to the lacanian Symbolic, a layer of distortion on one’s perception of the Real. Although both theories come from distinct areas of knowledge and different premises, through Žižek’s “parallax vision” method it is possible to attain perspective that contains mutually exclusive points of view. Thus, it allows for a better comprehension of how two different theories are similar and or not, an understanding that would otherwise be impossible. Through this understanding one may trace a more complete reading of the literary object. The analysis exposes through the dialogical mechanisms the manner through which the narrator’s discourses are constructed with the objective of dialoguing with the discourses from social life present in the presumed reader. The žižekian perspective elucidates how this ideological connection deals with the perception of utopia as non-existing in the realm of the Real and dystopia as a passion for the Real.

     

     

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  • ANA CAROLINA LOURENÇO DE ASSIS
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  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • JULIO CESAR MACHADO
  • Data: 01-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Fairy tales have always been part of the cultural traditions of different peoples. Through oral accounts, these discursive genres were engendered in the formation of generations, with regard to customs, religiosities and behaviors. From then onwards, the unreal, the magical and the irrational, common categories in the archetypal representations of fairy tales, became recurrent conceptions in the creation of stories, whose prohibited, banned or rejected phenomenologies by society came to be considered possible in the wonderful world. In terms of writing, some names stood out by producing or assembling collections of fairy tales for children, some of them being the german brothers Grimm (Snow White and the seven dwarfs); the french Charles Perrault (Sleeping Beauty) and the danish Hans Christian Andersen (The Little Mermaid). With technological advances, these same tales gained new versions through the cinematographic image. The rise of animation cinema, mainly by the Disney industries, contributed to these narratives, which have resisted for millennia, to establish themselves with the characteristics they have today. However, in the film Shrek (2001), we are presented with an upside-down animated fairy tale of these stories of an oral and cinematographic nature. The problematic revolves around the corrosion of oral and filmic texts that present the plot of so-called “traditional” stories. In the plot, we are taken to follow the adventure of the ogre Shrek in search of Princess Fiona, with which he falls in love on the way. It is on this path that existential dilemmas, identity issues, as well as the chronotopic interferences of the road in the subjects are revealed. As corroboration for the discussion of this problematic, we used the basic precepts guiding of the postulates of the Bakhtin Circle, with regard to discursive genres (BAKHTIN, 2016) (focused on short stories and movies); the carnival cosmovision and the philosophy of laughter (BAKHTIN, 2010, 2018) as principles of subversion and corrosion, from the film Shrek (2001), by DreamWorks, brazilian translation, and the concept of chronotope; furthermore, the research is inserted in the mestizo, hybrid, multidisciplinary and radical area of Applied Linguistics and is based on the philosophical theories of Byung-Chul Han (2017a, 2017b, 2019, 2021), as well as in the concept of hypermodernity by Lipovetsky (2004). Regarding the methodology, the construction and collection of data was developed from a qualitative-interpretative perspective and was used the evidential paradigm of Ginzburg (1986) and the dialogical comparison at first thought by Bakhtin (2017) and later elaborated by Manfrim (2017) and Sobral (2017). It's believed that our corpus presents a conception of the hero, the princess and the grotesque body whose deconstruction of idealized images of children's tales present, in the movie's heterodiscourse, representations that differ from those present in fairy tales.

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  • EMILIANA OLIVEIRA DE LIMA
  • IDENTITY CONSTITUTION OF LIBRAS LEARNERS AT CAS NATAL

  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • RAQUEL ELIZABETH SAES QUILES BENINI
  • Data: 09-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research seeks to investigate how the process of identity constitution of Libras learners takes place at the State Center for Training Educators and Assistance for People with Deafness - CAS Natal. Dialogical interaction is inherent to the human urge to relate socially, taking place through different languages, whether oral or visual. In these relationships of otherness, we are inevitably refracted by the discourses that surround us, which reverberates our identity constitutions. Therefore, we are situated in the great (in)disciplinary terrain of Applied Linguistics (FABRÍCIO, 2017; MOITA LOPES, 2006, 2013; PENNYCOOK, 2006; KLEIMAN, 2013), whose assumptions dialogue from the subject in his uniqueness, with the objective of creating intelligibility about social problems in which language plays a central role. To strengthen the discussions of this investigation, we resorted to studies of the Bakhtin Circle (BAKHTIN, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017a, 2018; VOLÓCHINOV, 2018, 2019), to support us on the issue of language as a social practice; to support the discussions about identities, we based ourselves on Cultural Studies (HALL, 2014, 2020; CANCLINI, 2016, 2019; WOODWARD, 2014); and for the foundations related to Libras and the identity constitutions of its deaf and hearing learners, we are anchored in Deaf Studies (ALBRES, 2016; LODI, 2004, 2006, 2019, 2021; GESSER, 2009a, 2009b; PERLIN and MIRANDA, 2003; PERLIN and REIS, 2012; QUADROS, 2017, 2019; ROSA, 2012; SÁ, 2010; SKLIAR, 1998). The construction of the data consisted of the AL perspective based on the qualitative-interpretative approach, carried out through the application of a questionnaire and interviews with eleven deaf and hearing subjects from the referred Center. Based on the analyses, we recognize that, through their speeches, the subjects reveal plural identities, from being interested in the other and in the language, involved in deaf causes, to being proud of their identity positions as Libras learners as a deaf person, mother of a deaf person and teacher of the deaf. That is, they all go through the redefinition of deafness, which takes place through diverse dialogic experiences.

     


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  • ALYNNE FONSECA DE OLIVEIRA
  • "I AM BETTER THAN MY FAME": THE SCHILLER´S PRESENCE IN THE BRAZILIAN 19TH CENTURY PERIODICALS

     

  • Líder : WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • TITO LÍVIO CRUZ ROMÃO
  • WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • Data: 09-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present work aims to analyze the presence of Friedrich Schiller in the Brazilian 19th century press, contributing to new insights in the Comparative Literature, History of the Press and German Studies areas in Brazil. Essentially in the nineteenth-century period, periodicals assumed a significant role: In addition to informing, they formed new readers. The social and historical context of the period provided a significant increase in the transatlantic circulation of ideas and culture, making foreign authors such as Schiller, Goethe, Schlegel, and many others Brazilian readers. Using the data collection of Hemeroteca Digital Brasileira (BNDigital) - Fundação Biblioteca Nacional, it is possible to investigate the conjunctures and arguments involving the circulation, translation, and imagetic construction of the German author, representative of the Tempestade e Ímpeto movement and of Weimar Classicism. We highlight the following periodicals: the Diário do Rio de Janeiro, the Jornal de Recife and the Publicador Maranhense, in the period between 1822 and 1890, to exemplify the occurrences of Schiller in the Brazilian Portuguese-speaking periodicals during the initial phase of his socio-cultural and identity formation. Schiller is first introduced in the country from theatrical performances, and later his name figures among the pages of Brazilian periodicals. Among his translators are the poet Antônio Gonçalves Dias from Maranhão, the professor Bernardo Taveira Júnior from Rio Grande do Sul, and the writer Tobias Barreto from Sergipe. The journalistic publications about Schiller demonstrate the author's heterogeneity of strategies for information and dissemination. Considered a reference in Germany, Schiller is included via the translation dynamics and periodicals circulation as part of a universal canon of men who served as a reference or model for the context of national discourses. We understand the Schillerian presence as a relevant mosaic in the formation of foreign cultural memory in Brazilian literature. We treat our corpus, the journalistic occurrences involving Schiller and his works, by quantitative and qualitative analysis. For the quantitative analysis we will rely on the Lima's work (2010). We base the qualitative analysis on the theoretical-methodological concept of Cultural Transfers by Michel Espagne (2017), added to the research presented in the collection Transits, exchanges and cultural transfers by Xavier; Augusti and Mollier (2019). In addition to the concept of Anthropophagy as a cultural procedure concerning the foreigner, through the studies of Berman (1984), Schwarz (2006)) and Bernd (2008). For the socioeconomic approach we resorted to Pascale Casanova (2002) and Pierre Bourdieu (2002). We use Brazilian periodicals as a reference, present in BNDigital focusing on the presence of Schiller from the transatlantic perspective of the printed history, used in the collections of Granja and Luca (2018), Poncioni; Levin (2018), Abreu (2016), Guimarães (2012) and Barbosa (2007). This work highlights the under-explored Brazilian's potential of historical periodicals and their contributions beyond the History of the Periodical Press.

     

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  • LUMA VIRGÍNIA DE SOUZA MEDEIROS
  • “BUT AFTER ALL, WHAT IS A WOMAN?”: REPRESENTATION OF THE IMAGE OF WOMEN AND TRAINING OF THE 19TH CENTURY READER IN JORNAL DAS SENHORAS

  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • RAQUEL DE ARAÚJO SERRÃO
  • Data: 19-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The 19th century Brazilian press maintains a deep intercommunication with the literature, especially with regard to women's writing. Because it predates the book culture, several writers worked in the role of editors to finance their works, while these contributed to the maintenance of the newspaper. The texts formed not only the public opinion as also sketched the Brazilian reader. In this vanguard, Juana Paula Manso (1819-1875), Argentine exiled writer, disputed in the public arena, typically male, the readers' attention with a newspaper made by and for women, with the aim to promote the moral emancipation of women from her illustration. “The woman! What comes to be a woman?”, teased Manso in the first edition of Jornal das Senhoras with the same question asked almost a hundred years later by Simone de Beauvoir (1949), to criticize the alleged epistemological neutrality and expose the inequalities of relations between the sexes. Visiting the critical fortune of Juana Manso, the main objective of this dissertation is to analyze how the images of the 19th century brazilian women and the female reader were constructed and represented in the articles and in the serial of Jornal das Senhoras, in the period in which was under the direction of Juana Manso – January to June 1852. The Qualitative study seeks, from a bibliographic review of the press in Brazil in the 19th century, to verify how Jornal das Senhoras is inserted in this historical and social context, in order to then identify the strategies used to guide the readers in newspapers of the time and enable their emancipation discourse, having the theoretical support of the studies of Duarte (2016), Lajolo and Zilberman (2019), Candido (2006), Velasco y Arias (1937), Morel (2008), Costa (2012), among others. It is hoped with this work to identify the values that animated the female characters in the serial and in the chronicles, as well as the construction of the image of Brazilian woman and female reader in the articles of Jornal das Senhoras, from the woman's perspective.

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  • ANA CLARA DOS SANTOS OLIVEIRA COSTA
  • SIMULTANEOUS BILITERACY IN BILINGUAL EDUCATION: THE EFFECTS ON SPEECH CONNECTEDNESS AND READING OF 5TH GRADE CHILDREN 

  • Líder : JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • ANGELA MARIA CHUVAS NASCHOLD
  • INGRID FINGER
  • NATALIA BEZERRA MOTA
  • Data: 19-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Recently we have seen a significant increase in the number of children registered in schools that offer bilingual curriculum or bilingual programs in Brazil. A detailed review by Williams and Lowrance-Faulhaber (2018) analyzed 35 articles on reading and writing in bilingual children and showed advantages in simultaneous biliteracy. The development of one language supported the other language, so, children used their knowledge of both languages, using translanguaging, bidirectionally; thereby, one language supporting the other in parallel. This research investigates the effects of bilingual education and simultaneous biliteracy on the levels of speech connectivity and reading fluency in portuguese and english with 31 students who are 10 years old and study in a bilingual school in Natal/RN. In this research, we used individual oral production and reading tasks in L1 and L2, also, we assessed proficiency in L2. Our  findings argue for possible advantages of simultaneous biliteracy for the linguistic and cognitive development of children in biliteracy. Therefore, we argue that there is a concomitant development in the fluency and reading comprehension of bilingual students, as well as in the connectivity of oral production, without causing disadvantage to both, when we analyze the two languages in this context.

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  • HIAGO ALVES TEIXEIRA
  • VOICES TO THE ABYSS: THE OUTLINES OF INCHOACTIVE NARRATIVES IN AMULETO AND MONSIEUR PAIN

  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 22-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Monsieur Pain and Amuleto represent two distinct points in Roberto Bolaño's work: the first is set in Paris in 1938, about to be invaded by Nazi Germany, and the second, a novel that arises from a larger work and takes place in the year 1968, set in Mexico City, on the day the UNAM was invaded by the Mexican army. Even so, without any direct connection, the novels can be taken as starting points for a reflection that is tensioned throughout the author's work: the fragment as the raw material of violence. In this way, this paper aims to analyze how the Chilean author's work, emphasizing these two novels, outlines these contours between a fractal form and the continuity of violence in the twentieth century, without imposing direct opposition, but using the fictionalization of experiences as a mediator of a historical understanding of the loss of meaning in late modernity by overcoming contradictory elements in this compositional process. Thus, to develop this reflection we start with authors such as Theodor W. Adorno, Idelber Avelar, Walter Benjamin, Bolívar Echeverría, Jeanne Marie Gagnebin, Juan José Saer, and Paul Ricouer, to develop an ethical and aesthetic reflection on how the so-called western "progress" leads us to this point of tension and rupture that becomes an ethos of late modernity and, in a second moment, to understand how both works absorb these discussions propelling these fictional voices to the "limit" of a representation of the barbarity of history.

     

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  • MARIA STELLA GALVAO SANTOS
  • MILESTONES OF THE NEW LATIN AMERICAN HISTORICAL NOVEL IN EL SIGLO DE LAS LUCES
  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RAQUEL DE ARAÚJO SERRÃO
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 23-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The novel El Siglo de las Luces, by Alejo Carpentier, addresses the social and political impact of the French Revolution in the Antilles, transposing to the region the turbulence and the game of uncertainties and questions that marked the Enlightenment or Enlightenment (XVIII). It tries, from the first pages, to portray the echoes of European history in the Caribbean Sea, and also to record the incipient pro-independence movements of the then colonies. Our proposal is to read it having as its main theoretical reference the study of the North American theorist Seymour Menton (1993), who established six criteria to classify the Nueva Novela Histórica (NNH) in Latin America, of which El Siglo, published in 1962, appears as the inaugural narrative of this strand of literary analysis. In this context, this dissertation unfolds into three main approaches, which condense the topics proposed by the so-called new historical approach. The first turns to the conceptual link between literature and history thought by Menton and other theorists, examining the way in which it is particularized in this novel; then, we address the first element of Bakhtin's aesthetics present in Menton's analysis – intertextuality –, made explicit by references to the Spanish painter Francisco de Goya. Finally, we demonstrate the ways in which Carpentier uses the Bakhtinian concepts of carnivalesque and parody in his novel and how, in doing so, he adds explicitly baroque elements to the narrated story. This study therefore points to a methodological path [via NNH] that enables a close dialog between a segment of literary theory and the analyzed novel, in this case, El Siglo de las Luces.


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  • HADASSA FREIRE GOMES RODRIGUES DE ARAÚJO
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  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • SIMONE LORENA DA SILVA PEREIRA
  • RAQUEL ELIZABETH SAES QUILES BENINI
  • Data: 29-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • xxx

Tesis
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  • JUZELLY FERNANDES BARRETO MOREIRA
  • Coserian textual linguistics - a way in the construction of the meaning of texts

  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIA COUTINHO
  • OSCAR LOUREDA LAMAS
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • ÁUREA SUELY ZAVAM
  • Data: 28-ene-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This paper adopts a specific approach to text studies: a coserian textual linguistics. According to Eugenio Coseriu, language has three levels: 1) the universal level, 2) the historical level, and 3) the individual level. According to the author, text linguistics is situated at the individual level of language, its object of study is the text (understood as the linguistic act of a speaker in a given situation) and its central task is to explain the process of interpreting the meaning of texts. Although he establishes the basic concepts that guide and delimit the study of the text, the author recognizes that his linguistics of the text is in its draft stage, for, although it contains the main foundations of the theme, it still lacks proposals for expansion and deepening. From our point of view, for such a development to be achieved, one of the points to be considered rests on the investigation of the relationship between the surroundings and the textual procedures with regard to the explanation of the heuristic analysis of meaning. It is based on the indications left by Coseriu (2007) that we forward this work, whose guiding question asks: how can Coserian theoretical constructs be mobilized in favor of the task of interpretation of the meaning of texts? Our central objective is, therefore, to present a proposal capable of demonstrating, in a systematized way, how Coserian theoretical constructs can be mobilized in favor of the task of interpreting the meaning of texts. As a result of this main goal, our specific objectives are: to unravel the epistemological relations that unite the theory of environments and textual procedures, to explain how each element of the theoretical framework of the individual level of language acts in favor of the construction of meaning in texts, to present a framework that brings together guidelines capable of guiding the task of the hermeneutics of meaning, and to demonstrate the empirical reach of this device based on a sample of concrete texts. For this, we revisit the theory of environments, which are defined as the circumstances of speech that guide the whole discourse and give it meaning, and can even determine the level of truth of the utterances (COSERIU, 1979, p. 228). 228) and we explain the nature of their link with the individual level of language; we point out why contexts and textual procedures act in a constitutive and collaborative way in the construction of the meaning of texts; we systematize the analytical procedure of meaning, namely: meaning is objectified by textual procedures and circumstantiated by environment; we present a guideline plan, from an operational point of view, how the theoretical constructs of the coserian LT can be mobilized in favor of an analytical heuristic of the meaning of texts and we exemplify the applicability of this plan through a sample consisting of a prose text, a verse text and a multimodal text. We consider that our proposal can be used as an effective tool in terms of empirical investigation of the hermeneutics of the meaning of texts and, in this way, we believe that it can contribute, to some extent, to the task of transmitting, systematizing and extending the work of Eugenio Coseriu.

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  • DAVIDSON DOS SANTOS
  • Narrative Vignettes in portuguese teacher formation: axiological postions and didatic propose

  • Líder : MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • LIVIA SUASSUNA
  • THAIS FERNANDES SAMPAIO
  • Data: 10-feb-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present work aims to understand the conceptions about the work of the professional of
    Portuguese that anchor the responsive acts of trainee students when confronted with the
    school sphere as future Portuguese language teachers and to propose a pedagogical work
    for teacher educators from narrative vignettes . Situated in the field of Critical Applied
    Linguistics (MOITA LOPES, 2006; SIGNORINI, 2006; PENNYCOOK, 2006;
    RAJAGOPALAN, 2006), we are anchored in the postulations of the Bakhtin Circle about
    the Responsible Act, the Utterance, Dialogical Relations, Social Voices and the Chronotope
    (BAKHTIN, 2003[1924], 2010[1919], 2015; VOLOSHINOV, 2017). In order to broaden
    the understanding of the object of study, we assume the perspective of training that stands
    as a liberating critique (FREIRE, 1974[2018]; 1992; 1996; HOOKS; 2013) within a
    Decolonial perspective (MIGNOLO, SANTOS, QUIJANO, WALSH, 2013). In order to
    fulfill the objectives of this work and respond to such demands, we work with an
    interpretative qualitative perspective of doing research (FLICK, 2009), specifically
    assuming the documental research procedure (GUBA & LINCOLN, 1981), based on the
    use of narratives as a record of experience (CLANDININ AND CONNELY, 2000). Our
    corpus is composed of 18 narrative vignettes (MODL & BIAVATI, 2016), produced by 9
    students in the Supervised Teacher Training Internship for Elementary School, in the first
    semester of 2019, of which 9 refer to the period of observation of the internship and 9 at the
    time of conducting performed by the interns. To fulfill the first objective, we used the
    vignettes related to the observation period. For the second, we worked with the 18
    narratives. Thus, understanding the internship as a socio-professional in-between
    (REICHMANN, 2012, 2014, 2015), from the reading and analysis of the eight observation
    vignettes of the internship, five chronotopes emerged, namely: i) chronotope of
    entry/arrival at school, ii) chronotope of the courtyard, iii) chronotope of the teachers'
    room, iv) chronotope of the corridor, v) chronotope of the class. In them, different voices
    are mobilized to build a negative position about the different practices experienced and
    observed at school and also about the school environment. There are also different dialogic
    relationships in these spaces-time, the majority being of control, hierarchy and automatism,
    especially in the chronotope of the classroom. In view of these results, we deem it
    necessary to build a didactic proposal that would provide critical reflections on the work of
    the Portuguese language teacher. For this, we increased the number of narrative vignettes to
    18, in order to contemplate a greater diversity of themes and questions, which emerged
    from the narratives themselves, referring to the teaching work. Thus, based on the need to
    think about practices in training that take the concrete reality of the school and have the
    teacher's work as their core, this pedagogical material presents 18 didactic proposals, each
    one organized into 4 moments: i) exploration of knowledge on the topic, ii) reading and
    understanding comp the narrative vignette, iii) reflecting on the relationship between
    topics/content of training and professional practice, iv) encouraging the textual production
    of a discursive genre related to professional practice. In view of this, two are the main gains
    of this thesis: a) to place as central the process of listening to the voice of students in
    training with regard to professional practice and, from this listening, b) to provide teachers
    who train Portuguese teachers with material inspiring for the construction of practices more
    anchored in the concrete reality of the profession.

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  • EDUARDO ALVES DA SILVA
  • RECURSIVE MODEL OF CONCEPTUAL INTEGRATION: AN ECOCOGNITIVE STUDY

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MAÍRA AVELAR MIRANDA
  • DIOGO OLIVEIRA RAMIRES PINHEIRO
  • KALINE GIRÃO JAMISON
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • RODRIGO SLAMA RIBAS
  • Data: 07-mar-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aims to understand conceptual integration through a built model based on an ecocognitive vision. Such phenomenon is characterized by the junction of two or more concepts causing a third concept with new characteristics not initially foreseen. The MRIC (Recursive Model of Conceptual Integration) is added by an embodied vision based on the ecological approach to cognition and language (DUQUE, 2015b, 2016, 2017), which postulates that our cognition is in line with the environment. The model emphasizes the physical observation of the body that occurs online as communication situations are presented in roleplaying games. We take into account not only speech and written text, but also gestures and contexts that exist in an effective communication situation within this framework. To this end, we used RPG games captured from public channels on youtube.com as corpus. The approach is essentially qualitative and interpretive with exploratory objectives (GIL, 1991). As for the methodology, the study is guided by grounded theory (STRAUSS; CORBIN, 2015), which allows the construction of interpretations from the data found by the researcher. As for the nature, the research is of the basic type (CASELL; SYMON, 1994) and interpretative (CRESWELL, 2003). Along the way, we revisit theories, analytical tools and operational concepts of Cognitive Linguistics such as the notions of simulation (BARSALOU, 1999), frames and framing (LAKOFF, 2004; FILLMORE, 1976; DUQUE, 2015a, 2017; DUQUE; SILVA 2019) and conceptual integration (FAUCONNIER; TURNER, 1996, 2002). During the studies it was possible to realize that both the environment and the linguistic production and physical movement of the players have a strong participation in the process of Conceptual Integration. Another important factor in this construction of meaning was the rescue of situations similar to those experienced within the game. The player seems to use collaborative strategies among the other participants to understand the discourse and he does it in an ecological way, adapting to the ever-changing situations provided by the narrative activity of the RPG.

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  • KASSIOS CLEY COSTA DE ARAÚJO
  • THE DISCURSIVE ARCHITECTONIC OF THE SUBJECTS OF THE ESCOLA DA ESCOLHA: responsibility, responsiveness and ethical act

  • Líder : RENATA ARCHANJO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RENATA ARCHANJO
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • VALDEMIR MIOTELLO
  • HÉLIO MÁRCIO PAJEÚ
  • Data: 31-mar-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

    This research originates from a study carried out on the occasion of the implementation of a fundamental model for the management of full-time schools in the public education network of the state of Rio Grande do Norte, namely: Escola da Escolha Model. The thesis’s general objective is the analysis of the discourses that conceive and guide the subjects of the Escola da Escolha. To this end, the research is based on a corpus of documentary and empirical analysis that brought together, on the one hand, the book named Introduction to Theoretical and Methodological Basis of the Escola da Escolha Model, which lays the foundations for the implementation of this model and, on the other hand, the questionnaires applied to the teaching staff and students of a state public school, located in Natal/RN, chosen, at first, as a pilot for the implementation of the project and, later, for the research locus of this study. From the methodological point of view this research is supported by a qualitative and interpretative analysis of data in the interface with the indiciary paradigm. It is set in the scope of the Human Sciences and the field of Applied Linguistics, whose heteroscientific nature demonstrate its inter/transdisciplinary aspects to find an echo in the practical questions of social life, in a specific socio-historical context under which this study, as an act, is carried out. Therefore, we seek to establish a bridge between the institutional discourses of the Escola da Escolha and its interlocutors – the target audience of this work – to whom they are intended: teachers and students. The research makes use of documentary and empirical statements in order to build a theoretical-methodological architecture, whose scope is covered by Bakhtinian philosophy, notably with regard to the conception of language, subject, dialogic relations, social voices, ideological sign, concrete utterance and ethical act. These concepts intertwine and engage in a fruitful dialogue with contemporary scholars, thinkers and philosophers in the field of Cultural Studies. Thus, our specific goals have been determined as follows: 1 to identify the social voices that are manifested in the guiding discourses of the Escola da Escolha; 2 to understand those social voices, from the point of view of ethics, responsiveness and responsibility; 3 to analyze the stands of teachers and students, in view of the implementation of the Escola da Escolha model; and, finally, 4 to determine the meanings and values attributed to the Escola da Escolha by its teachers and students. The results of the data analysis point to a discursive-ideological dissonance between what the Escola da Escolha model conceives and what the subjects, for whom these discourses are directed, actually experience in their school routine. Under the bias of the monologizing formative discourse of this model, the voices of the teachers arise in the denunciation of not having been heard, at the time of its implementation. From this perspective, there is still a clear lack of identification between the model's name and the meanings and values that it evokes in its target audience, especially due to the minimal possibility of choices for some, or the total absence of choices for others. Thus, these results are in accordance with the thesis that concrete utterances that circulate in different discursive spheres can reveal subjects and produce new identities.

     

     

     

     

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  • JARDIENE LEANDRO FERREIRA
  • LABOR LITERACY, REPRESENTATIONS AND IDENTITIES: TEACHING AT THE INSTITUTO FEDERAL OF PERNAMBUCO HINTERLAND

  • Líder : ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • FRANCISCA MARIA DE SOUZA RAMOS LOPES
  • MARIA AUGUSTA GONÇALVES DE MACEDO REINALDO
  • Data: 20-abr-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Labor relations are investigated from the problematizations arising from the post-industrial revolution period, such as Karl Marx's productions on workforce, wages, price and profit. Nowadays, these relationships have also become a concern in Language Studies, more specifically, in the field of Applied Linguistics. The relationships between language and work could therefore be of interest for research. Among these possibilities of investigation, Literacy Studies offer theoretical-methodological alternatives focused on the analysis of the role of written language as a mediator of social practices in the workplace. Considering the teaching work in this field of labor relations, this thesis proposed to investigate how teachers from IFSertãoPE, Salgueiro campus, represent their work within literate practices and, consequently, to understand how these professionals constitute themselves through their work literacy practices. Methodologically, this research is inserted in the inter and transdisciplinary area of Applied Linguistics (MOITA LOPES, 2006; 2013; SIGNORINI, 1998) and is configured as an investigation of the qualitative type with an ethnographic approach (BARTON, 2012), with an interpretative data approach. (BOGDAN; BIKLEN, 1994; CHIZZOTTI, 2005). The theoretical contributions are anchored, in an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary way, in the assumptions of Literacy Studies (KLEIMAN, 1995; KLEIMAN; ASSIS, 2016; STREET, 1995), in the contributions of research on Labor Literacy (PAZ, 2008), in the discussions of Cultural Studies on identities (HALL, 2011; BAUMAN, 2005) and in the theory of Social Representations (MOSCOVICI, 2013; JODELET, 2001). Data analysis points to the occurrence of teacher labor literacy practices, belonging to institutional, pedagogical, bureaucratic and digital domains. Perceived representations of teaching work signal the influence of students' demands and the guidelines of institutional normative documents. The latter seem to contribute, in the view of the teachers, to the consolidation of the mechanising conception of work. Regarding the identity constitutions in the testimonies of these teachers, a strong gender marking was perceived, insofar as there seem to be differences between being a male teacher and being a female teacher in the context of professional and technological education.

     

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  • SIMONE LORENA DA SILVA PEREIRA
  • xxx

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • BAHTIYAR MAKAROGLU
  • FLAVIANE REIS
  • PAULO JEFERSON PILAR ARAÚJO
  • Data: 26-abr-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present work aims to understand the language policies aimed at the Deaf community, in the context of Brazil and Turkey, and their contributions to the recognition of the answers offered , for such linguistic planning, for the demands of the social life of deaf subjects. Among the motivations that led us to cross the semantic and axiological perspectives of the Turkish deaf community is the following scenario: although Turkey is a transcontinental country (located between Europe and Asia), its location does not guarantee the escape from being classified in the South side, peripheral, in the abyssal line of knowledge (SANTOS, 2009). In this way, we invited the sign language peoples of Turkey and Brazil to dialogue between “two different worlds” so that we could look at ourselves with the eyes of another culture, according to Bakhtin (2011). In order to do so, our discussions, our theoretical-methodological lenses, were adjusted based on the unlearning and indiscipline of Applied Linguistics, on Bakhtin's and Circle's conception of language, on Deaf Studies and on Linguistic Policies crossed by the Theory of Linguistic Law. That said, we chose eleven Brazilian legal-linguistic documents (2000-2016) and five Turkish legislations (2005-2019) focused on sign languages and, therefore, on deaf communities as the corpus of our research. After comparing the jurisprudence mentioned above, we evoke the social voices of the deaf through metaphors belonging to documentaries and books that have the axiological positioning of the deaf person as a center of value. In the context of our research, four research categories emerged, namely: (1) otherness and social voices: the flight of the seagull; (2) discursive forces: a walking ear or a talking body?; (3) the chronotope of struggle in implicit and explicit language policies and, finally, (4) Heteroscience: “die of laughter: alternation and renewal”. We observed that the surplus of vision made it possible to distance ourselves from what we already know (linguistic policies aimed at Brazilian deaf people), to appreciate the cultural value of existing outside of myself by questioning the other (linguistic planning for Turkish deaf people) and finding alternatives for dialogical and axiological responses that transgress our own experience. Therefore, when we become others with the provisional finish reflected and refracted by the cognizant pupil of another, the possibility of seeing locally (Brazil) what has not yet been seen is enhanced, and/or thinking differently about the “categories of our own life".

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  • GEOVÁ BEZERRA GUIMARÃES
  • The teaching of the writing: a critical analysis of the imposition of a cultural arbitrary turned into a supposed consensus

     

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ADILSON CREPALDE
  • ANDRÉ CAMPOS MESQUITA
  • JOSÉ ANTÔNIO VIEIRA
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • THOMAS MASSAO FAIRCHILD
  • Data: 15-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis studies the textual productions of students in the last stage of elementary school in contest condition with the objective of analyzing the relationship between the discourse on the teaching of writing, understood as the set of didactic methodologies provided for in official documents, and the constitution of a subject of the student-competitor, conceived as an ideological effect produced by the historical insertion of the student in a didactic tradition. Based on the Discourse Analysis introduced by Pêcheux (2014; 2015) and expanded by Courtine (2014) and the discussions on education, teaching and text production proposed by Larossa (2014), Comenius (2001), Bourdieu and Passeron (1992) , Apple (1979; 2001), Geraldi (1984; 1991), Gnerre (1992), Fabiano-Campos (2011) and Fairchild (2012), the teaching of writing that takes textual/discursive genres as objects of teaching is problematized, since there are indications that this contemporary practice nourishes and is nourished by discourses that, reproducing ancient conceptions, have become a supposed consensus. This would allow, in the face of official pedagogical guidelines, the emergence of gendering, a didacticism that is equally current (discursive event) and always already said (discursive memory). Reading statements (PÊCHEUX, 2016) and formulations, associating syntactic form and lexical-semantic content (COURTINE, 2014), compared to 43 (forty-three) written essays allows us to interpret, based on the analysis of writing modes of the subject-competitors, the functioning of the neoliberal discursive formation materialized in official documents. The analysis of the texts allows to identify a tendency of incorporation of the technical control in the process of production of classes through the embedding of the competence (object of learning) codified in the exercise proposed in the classroom, marked by the systematicity and by the reintroduction, under the label of gendering, of reproduction rituals, an amalgamation that contrasts with Bakhtinian dialogism. The analysis of the texts allows us to identify a tendency towards the incorporation of technical control over the subject-competitor's saying, marked by systematicity and by the reintroduction, under the label of gendering, of reproduction rituals, an amalgamation that contrasts with Bakhtinian dialogism. In relation to the constitution of the subject, there are movements that indicate a certain adherence to themes of neoliberal discourse at the same time that there are occurrences of contrastive oscillations that approach differentiation procedures, indicating an attempt to work by the subject-competitor.

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  • JEFFERSON EDUARDO DA PAZ BARBOSA
  • THE LABYRINTH AS A FICTIONAL STRUCTURE: Literature and Literary Criticism in Carlos Lloró

  • Líder : EDUARDO ANIBAL PELLEJERO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDUARDO ANIBAL PELLEJERO
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • CID OTTONI BYLAARDT
  • JONNEFER BARBOSA
  • Data: 28-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The work Inferno, by Carlos Lloró, in its volumes Kounboum (2009) and Cinis Cinerum (2012), appropriates the labyrinth, in its formal and symbolic characteristics.As a form, by textually simulating the twisted meander and its structural complexity; as a symbol, insofar as it gives a transcendent experience of chaos and literary writing.In this way, this study analyzes the transposition of the labyrinth as a form and symbol in the work of Carlos Lloró. The methodology consisted of establishing the morphology and symbolism of the labyrinth in order to situate its transmission from myths, literary, religious and philosophical texts (integrating a diversified bibliographic reference, capable of providing a broad view of the issue).As a result, we observed the labyrinth objectified in three aspects: in the construction and constitution of authorship; in the treatment of the fantastic and its relationship with oneirism; and in the procedures of literary writing, used and thematized in the text.

     

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  • MARIA DE JESUS MELO LIMA
  • New formations, old practices: the technicist discourse in the teaching of didactic sequences in ProfLetras's Dissertations

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • DANIELA EUFRÁSIO
  • MARINALVA VIEIRA BARBOSA
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • VALNECY OLIVEIRA CORRÊA SANTOS
  • Data: 29-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present thesis is affiliated with the theoretical conception of Discourse Analysis (AD), a perspective through which we seek to understand the written production of subject teachers in training conditions in the Professional Master's Degree in Letters (ProfLetras). To this end, we intend to defend the hypothesis that the forces that drive the discourses are engendered, almost covertly, to keep technicism in activity, through Didactic Sequences (DS), given that the current proposals for teaching writing emphasize a one-size-fits-all approach to text. Based on this hypothesis, the question is: Does the teaching of writing at university and at school prioritize the technical conception, through didactic sequences as a proposal for teaching writing? How and what is the movement that controls and induces the teaching of Portuguese Language (LP) from the 1960s has been established until the present day, establishing the pedagogical discourse that genres, along with DS, have become words and practices mandatory in the classroom? What constitutes the discourse of ProfLetras professors when using SD as a teaching methodology for LP in the dissertation, while demanding writing in such a homogeneous, standardized and idealized way? What are the meaning effects that subjectivize the teaching of writing through SD as if they were incontestable truths of an equal writing for all, where the teachers subjects are constituted for an increasingly technical discourse that controls and induces to a single writing mode? The objective of this research is to problematize how the discourses of truths, through the discursive regularities, are formed for the constitution of their subjectivities, by investigating what forces act in the discourse of the SD used as a teaching methodology of LP, elaborated by the subjects professors of ProfLetras , from the residues that they report and that impel to discursive practices in control and conduct of conduct of teacher, which refers to the technicist conception of teaching. As an object of study, we will analyze the truth speech of the subjects teachers in training condition, materialized in SD, for that we have as corpus 26 dissertations from ProfLetras . To substantiate the research, describe, analyze and interpret the “Archeology of knowledge” that reflects the relations of manufactured knowledge, the “The order of discourse” that expands the relationship of power/knowledge and the “The subject and the power” are used” that addresses the constitution of subjectivities (FOUCAULT, 1995; 2013; 2014a; 2014b, 2017). In this direction, we follow Geraldi (1984; 1992; 2010, 2018) and Larrosa (2017; 2002) to remind us of the importance of experience, of writing in the school context. The results reveal that the presence of marks arising from the perspective of the technicist conception of language engendered in the practice of the teacher subject in the training process still prevails. In short, we find a technicist discourse in the DS of the dissertations, which stems from neoliberal practices that aim to conduct conduct through technicist rituals arising from the pedagogical discourse that refers to a regulatory movement in the teaching of writing that tends to reduce the experience of the teacher subjects. to focus on practices of repetition/reproduction that reveal models and recipes to maintain the discourse of truth that power/knowledge operates. Such control and conduction techniques impede the production of knowledge.

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  • FRANCISCO HUMBERLAN ARRUDA DE OLIVEIRA
  • LIMA BARRETO: THE WRITER OF NOMADISM

  • Líder : KATIA AILY FRANCO DE CAMARGO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALVARO SANTOS SIMÕES JUNIOR
  • ARIVALDO SACRAMENTO DE SOUZA
  • KATIA AILY FRANCO DE CAMARGO
  • MANOEL FREIRE RODRIGUES
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 22-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The object of this doctoral thesis is to study the short stories of the writer born in Rio de Janeiro, Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto, through a literary analysis from a new theoretical perspective, the nomadism. However, since the second half of the 20th century, Lima Barreto's writing has been treated according to more sociological than literary criteria, that is, the researches on his works have focused on thematic aspects, especially those of contemporaneity, such as racial, social, cultural and representational issues. In this sense, the main objective of this thesis is to identify, by means of the short story textual genre, that it is not possible to understand Lima Barreto's production as engaged with specific themes, but as a writing in permanent transit, situated in between places, or characterized by a nomadic writing. Regarding the problematic of nomadism, we used the conceptual precepts of Flusser (2003, 2007); regarding the critical and theoretical fortune on the works of Lima Barreto, we used, as main discursive propositions, Barbosa (2002), Schwarcz (2017), Oakley (2011), and Figueiredo (2017); As for the specificity of the textual genre, this work has Gotlib (2006) and Cortázar (2006) as theoretical support; Regarding the narrative, the theoretical support uses Candido (2004) about the function of literature and Adorno (2012) about the artist as representative. The research is qualitative in nature since it dwells on the analysis of aesthetic categories - such as the types of discourses and language employed - and cultural categories, such as the experience of subjectivity and the writer's function, which permeate the selected texts. The short stories used were published between 1915 and 1922, the time of Lima Barreto's greatest production and participation in magazines, newspapers and books. The short stories were produced in the political, social and cultural context of the belle époque carioca and present leitmotif themes in which it is possible to compare them in order to show to what extent there is engagement with art - which would be proper of the nomadic gesture - or with social demands. The hypothesis of this thesis is that Lima Barreto's writing is in movement, that is, it breaks with the usual as a form of criticism, at the same time that it tries to be part of that which is the object of its criticism. This paradoxical movement is explained by Flusser's (2003, 2007) nomadism, which starts from the premise that there are no eternal values in humanity, but mutable functions. And this is what Barreto does throughout his production, either to get into the Brazilian Academy of Letters or to live off the glory of letters, as the writer used to say. However, Lima Barreto does it consciously and guided by his idealization of the writer's and the literature's function, in which he believed that only through art it was possible to overcome the limitations imposed by the several prejudices.

     

     

     

     

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  • ELIENE MEDEIROS DA COSTA
  • THE STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE IN MAÇÃ AGRESTE, BY RAIMUNDO CARRERO


  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DANGLEI DE CASTRO PEREIRA
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • RONIE RODRIGUES DA SILVA
  • ROSANA CRISTINA ZANELATTO SANTOS
  • Data: 29-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis analyzes Maçã agreste, a novel by Raimundo Carrero, from the narrative path of six of its characters. The construction of this literary category, as well as the other aspects that compose the narrative, contributes to making visible the violence that is present in society. One of the traits that make this possible is the fact that the work brings marginalized characters who occupy undervalued social spaces. Thus, the objective of this work is to investigate whether the aesthetics, the construction of characters, the language, and the structural organization of Maçã agreste are used as instruments to explain the structural violence present in contemporary society. In relation to the theme of violence, we rely on the concepts of ethical violence by Butler (2015); symbolic violence by Bordieu (2001, 2012); structural violence by Galtung (1990, 2018); and discipline by Foucault (1988, 2014). As for the analysis of the characterization, we based this study on the precepts of Candido (2007) and Brait (1985). In relation to the relationship between literature and violence, we rely on Lins (1990). This research is of a qualitative nature since it seeks to investigate the elements that compose the aesthetics of the work, such as narrative focus, type of discourse, language used to create each character, and its importance in understanding and justifying the presence of the theme of violence. The recurrence of violence in the novel can be understood as a strategy to draw attention to the violence constantly suffered by people, especially those who live in situations of social vulnerability, based on existing norms of conduct and the production of situations of social injustice.

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  • JOATAN DAVID FERREIRA DE MEDEIROS
  • LUÍS DA CÂMARA CASCUDO AND ROBERT LEHMANN-NITSCHE: CULTURAL TRANSFERS FROM THE SERTÃO TO PAMPA


  • Líder : JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • HUMBERTO HERMENEGILDO DE ARAUJO
  • MARIA SUELY DA COSTA
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 29-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the 1920s, Luís da Câmara Cascudo was part of a prominent circuit of intellectual sociability that brought Brazilians and Argentines together in a movement that, through literature, covered paths for the affirmation of a Latin American political, artistic and cultural identity. Adding to the efforts of authors such as Monteiro Lobato, Mario de Andrade, Ronald de Carvalho among others, the author from Rio Grande do Norte became an important interlocutor in the journeys of ideas, goods and values through which artists and intellectuals in Brazil and Argentina aspired to a cultural development guided by mutual knowledge and the construction of understandings within the continent itself. These data are part of the records of the master's research “Câmara Cascudo and intellectual Argentina: a darnel in the Latin American harvest” (MEDEIROS, 2016), presented to the Programa de Pós-graduação em Estudos da Linguagem (PPgEL/UFRN), which reconstituted the itinerary of the author's approach to the platina cultural scene, distinguishing his role as receiver, disseminator and mediator of literary productions between the aforementioned cultural matrices. From the research documentary expansion and the need to delimit a new study object, this thesis fulfills another stage of revisions and discussions in the field of these mobilities, proposing an analytical reading of the correspondence between Câmara Cascudo and Robert Lehmann-Nitsche, which took place in the 1920s and 1930s. Settling in Argentina between 1897 and 1930, where he developed his main function as director of the Anthropology Department of the Museo de La Plata, the German ethnologist was one of the most relevant researchers of the popular traditions and folklore of that country, acting as an important intermediary in the import and export cultural processes of goods between Europe and South America. The dialogue between the two authors, carried out in a intense circulation context of ideas in Latin America at the beginning of the 20th century, is testimony to a dynamic of spirit, transversal to borders, through which artists and intellectuals sought to understand national issues through the regional element. Situated in this time-space, this study is linked to the new perspectives of comparative literature and Latin American Literary historiography (CANDIDO, RAMA, NITRINI, COUTINHO, PIZARRO, PERRONE-MOISÉS) which, since the 1960s, point to the need for decolonization and the construction of one's own analysis and interpretation. Given the transdisciplinary nature of comparative studies, this research also seeks theoretical-methodological guidelines in the Intellectual History  (DOSSE, COSTA) and in the area of Cultural Transfers (ESPAGNE, RODRIGUES), in order to suggest a characterization of mediation processes, taking as based on the detailed actions of Luís Câmara Cascudo as a “passeur culturel” in the evidenced context.


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  • MÁRCIA REJANE BRILHANTE CAMPÊLO
  • DISCOURSE TOPIC IN MULTI-SEMIOTIC TEXTS: PROPOSAL THEORETICAL FORMALIZATION

  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLEBSON LUIZ DE BRITO
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MARISE ADRIANA MAMEDE GALVAO
  • PAULO EDUARDO RAMOS
  • SILVIO LUIS DA SILVA
  • Data: 01-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Discursive topic is an analytical category adopted by the Textual-Interactive Perspective (TIP) to operate in the description and analysis of textual organization. Being initially conceived for the study of spoken text in the context of the Grammar of Spoken Portuguese Project (GSPP), the discursive topic was gradually reformulated by studies within the scope of TIP in order to be also used in written texts. However, an in-depth discussion on how the topical organization of multi-semiotic texts (language events that mobilize verbal and non-verbal signs) must be set has not been developed yet. Therefore, this research proposes the following question: which theoretical revisions does the discursive topic category need to undergo in order to carry out the analysis of multi-semiotic texts, as well? Given this problem, the main objective of the investigation is to rethink the concept of discursive topic, so this category may also be applicable to the analysis of multi-semiotic texts. Considering non-verbal elements in the defining properties of the topic is a challenge that requires, in addition to rethinking the principles that underlie the theory, the very conception of text, and formalizing the analysis through the use of categories specific to Textual Linguistics. The discussion on the properties of the topic in multi-semiotic texts pointed to the possibility for the category to be adapted: the property of centering can be demonstrated by verbal and nonverbal references; organicity, however, needs to be assisted by the notion of relief. Through these adaptations, TIP expands its application potential for a theoretical object considered from other predicates and relationships.

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  • JUCELY REGIS DOS ANJOS SILVA
  • POETRY HALF-BROKEN: THE CRITIC POETRY OF ANA CRISTINA CESAR

  • Líder : EDUARDO ANIBAL PELLEJERO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CASSIA DE FATIMA MATOS DOS SANTOS
  • EDUARDO ANIBAL PELLEJERO
  • OTÁVIO GUIMARÃES TAVARES
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • TANIA MARIA DE ARAUJO LIMA
  • Data: 23-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Literature, Communication and Translation student, professor, poet and literary critic, Ana Cristina Cesar is cited as one of the important names of Brazilian marginal poetry of the 1970’s. Many of the critics who studied her works pointed how different they were from the poetry that was being developed at the time and noticed a restless and productive thought on literature. Considering the singular place of works such as A teus pés (CESAR, 1999) and Crítica e tradução (CESAR, 1998), this research aims to investigate the construction of a critic poetry in Cesar’s works, from negotiations, displacements and transcreations in dialogues performed with the so-called “modern tradition” (PAZ, 2013) and the proposals of the mimeograph generation. This investigation includes the identification of correlations and contradictions between the generational discourse, the critic discourse, and the way the poems of the main poets of this generation are presented. The analysis of conceptual and poetic appropriations carried out by Ana C. for the construction of markedly metalinguistic texts and the shattering of constituted areas of knowledge, Literature Theory being one of them, are also part of this study. Through the construction of a hybrid poetic, in what regards the form of presentation, and of a fundamentally critic text, be it written in the form of poetry or of an essay, the work of Cesar brings important reflections regarding the classificatory potential of discursive systems, the limits between experience and language and the restrictions of lyricism in contemporaneity. It is possible to observe in the analyzed works: the work with genres considered non-literary, such as letters and diaries, in order to deconstruct limiting perspectives about what can be understood for an “I” writing; the wearing of lyricism through metalanguage, irony and poetic pretense; the transcreation of poetry through composition from the voices of other poets and fragments of the individual and historic experience; the reinvention of the critic text from strategies of fictionalization, fragmentation and construction. All the adopted proceedings showed an indissociability between poetry, critic and translation in Ana Cristina Cesar works, that were able to bring issues that are still fundamental in regard to the Literary institution and the act of writing itself.

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  • FRANCISCO LEILSON DA SILVA
  • xx

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FRANCISCA ELISA DE LIMA PEREIRA
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO MAIA FERNANDES BARBOSA
  • RENATA ARCHANJO
  • ROXANE HELENA RODRIGUES ROJO
  • Data: 26-oct-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • xx

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  • GABRIELLE LEITE DOS SANTOS
  • xxx

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARICE FIUZA GELETKANICZ
  • ANA CAROLINA SIANI LOPES
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • LUCIANE DE PAULA
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • Data: 28-oct-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This doctoral research focuses on online fanfic communities, their way of functioning
    and products, as well as on their relationships with the cultural practices of fans and with
    cyberculture, which largely shape the ways in which we create, store and disseminate
    knowledge, culture and memory nowadays. Here, I advance in exploring this culture
    from a macroscopic point of view, through the observation of an internal, controversial
    and certainly curious phenomenon inherent to fanfic communities: the Omegaverse.
    Omegaverse is a fictional universe or fictional trope that emerged within fanfic
    communities, created, used, expanded, and disputed by fans of various media fandoms
    in recent decades. Its archaica merges with the emergence of media fandom itself, in
    the Star Trek slash, and ramifies into a fusion of diverse references and
    experimentation, from its stabilization and complexity in more recent fandoms. This trope
    has become the center of several discussions and controversies, not only within the fan
    movement itself, around disputes over representations of body, gender and sexuality,
    but also in the pages of the New York Times, in a legal dispute over copyright, bursting
    the bubble of the fan universe and gaining space for discussion in the mainstream
    media. The objective of the present work is to understand the Omegaverse as a
    dialogical product of fanfic communities and to observe the chorus of voices and the
    discursive arena that constitutes critical production in fandoms, within the participatory
    logic, both in the virtual environment and in the academic environment, to where aca
    fans often lead these discussions. Starting from the theoretical-methodological
    contribution of the Bakhtin Circle, also supported by studies on fan culture and fanfic, I
    undertake the investigation through the collation of texts and the evidentiary method. I
    use as corpus of analysis two articles in wiki format, specifically those from Wikipedia
    (2022) and Fanlore (2022), which describe the universe, in addition to the academic
    production of fans currently published around the trope and its issues, referenced in the
    respective articles. The results point to the expression of the Omegaverse in its relations
    with an archaica mainly characterized by science fiction from the 70's and 80's, notably
    focused on issues of body, gender and sexuality tested to their imaginative limits; its role
    in the production of ambivalent meanings within the fan movement, sometimes refracting
    and in open dispute with sexist meanings that cross our society, sometimes reproducing
    them: which does not go unnoticed by the fan community, especially a significant part of
    this community composed of feminist women willing to contest such meanings.

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  • ARTHUR BARROS DE FRANÇA
  • THE SMALL TEMPORALITY: THE CHRONOTOPE OF THE CITY IN MASTER OF NONE
  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • GILVANDO ALVES DE OLIVEIRA
  • JOAQUIM ADELINO DANTAS DE OLIVEIRA
  • LUCIANE DE PAULA
  • MARCO ANTÔNIO VILLARTA NEDER
  • WELLINGTON MEDEIROS DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 02-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Time has been an object of analysis since the philosophers of nature, being understood, at first, as a measurable order of movement. Much later, it started to be examined by Physics, during the period that is confused with the very establishment of the area as a science. The concept of space, on the other hand, despite following a similar path, has always enjoyed less prestige, at least in philosophy. With Einstein, protagonist in the shakeout of classical mechanics, the two concepts were understood together, one constituting the other. Bakhtin, taking advantage of the paradigm shift, projects what he called chronotope to, among other significations, explain the stabilities in the genres of Literature. Expanding the category, this thesis deals with another material for analysis: the series. In this genre, as it is in life, certain acts have distinct times and spaces, so that the choice for one or another film feature, ideologically values the fictitious event, giving it the finish desired by the professionals responsible for the production. When resuming emotive-volitive indices, these features build minor chronotopes (chronotopic motifs or small chronotopes), therefore being able to, as a whole, demonstrate a predominant time-space. In that sense, it is investigated, from a dialogical angle - that is, anchoring itself in Dialogical Discourse Analysis (DDA) -, the time-space in the formation of the city, using as corpus scenes from the two (2) seasons of the series Master of None, produced by Netflix. The objective is to identify, analyze and discuss the most regular minor chronotopes - the coordinates of time in space -, to understand the dominant chronotope of the city in the universe of the series, in order to reveal the relations mobilized in the fictional city, thus manifesting the basic organizational centers of events and, in turn, the particular representation of man and life. For that, the following specific objectives are required: (i) to interpret the smaller chronotopes, identifying patterns; (ii) relate the smaller chronotopes, problematizing the suggested image of man and the culture inherent to his performance; (iii) discuss implicit dialogic relationships. This research is part of Applied Linguistics (AL), with a qualitative approach, socio-historical focus and evidential paradigm.

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  • MAIRA MORAES CARDOSO LEAL
  • Ressemantization and Edition: The Rewriting of Walter Benjamin's Passagen-Werk in the Brazilian Translation Passagens

  • Líder : WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MARLENE HOLZHAUSEN
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • TITO LÍVIO CRUZ ROMÃO
  • WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • Data: 07-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Ressemantization and Edition: The Rewriting of Walter Benjamin's Passagen-Werk in the Brazilian Translation Passagens has the Brazilian translation of Walter Benjamin's (1892-1940) work Das Passagen-Werk, entitled Passagens as object of study, the work organized and published by the Germanist Willi Bolle in 2006. The focus of interest is the analysis of the text-context relationship in the translation/editorial apparatus of the translation and how these choices will resemanticize the work in the new cultural context opening space for new readings of this unfinished work of Benjamin. The basis of the Brazilian translation is the historical-critical edition of the set of Benjamin texts and fragments by Rolf Tiedemann in 1982. The discovery of new manuscripts by Giorgio Agamben in 1981 raised questions about Tiedemann's edition since the mid-1980s. From the questions raised by ESPAGNE and WERNER (1984,1987,1989) the resessemantization of the translated artifact became a form of rewriting the edition of the source text into a new edition in the target text (LEFEVERE, 2007). To show this dialogue between ressemantization and editing we analyze the texts and paratexts (GENETTE, 2012) because in Passagens the latter have the function of rewriting the Benjaminian text in the new cultural context. We partially use the descriptive translation model of TOURY(2012), the systematization of Specific Cultural Items of AIXELÁ (2003), as well as taking into account the visibility and invisibility of the translator of VENUTI, (2019) and the discourse on historical-critical editing of NUTT-KOFOTH ( 2016), to analyze text and paratexts of the Brazilian translation from the vise of the concept of cultural transfers (ESPAGNE 2012; 2017). Of specific interest are the processes of resemantization and metamorphosis. Despite the evident link between Passagen-Werk, the souce-text, and Passagens, the target-text, the translation distances itself from this by omitting a significant part of the editorial apparatus and adding new paratexts, creating Passagens as a new original that allows a different reading of these fragments. However, this print edition also promotes a new form of paradox in Cultural Transfer (JORGENSEN, LÜSEBRINK, 2021): Passagens offers two contradictory positions about the book's conception in the same edition. On the one hand, the Brazilian edition treats the fragments of Benjaminin’s Notas e Materiais as a large archive of fragments (BOLLE, 2017). On the other hand, the Benjaminian conception of open reading suggests a new way of reading fragments for which the book format is no longer a sufficient vehicle (BENJAMIN, 2012) and in which other methods of knowledge production such as Niklas Luhmann's Zettelkasten [Notes Box] (1981) must be introduced. In the face of this Benjaminian textual and paratextual complexity we offer with our research also a new way of open reading of Brazilian translation, taking into consideration the world of hybrid scholarly editions totally transformed by the digital revolution (KRAFT, 2021). It opens new paths for editing and resemanticizing of Passagens in a digital medium. Therefore, the appendix of the present research also offers an experimental model of possible cultural editing and translation in the broadest possible sense, and may provoke a way to create greater engagement of contemporary Portuguese-speaking readers of this work and possibly also open new Passagens for the use of Benjamin in the Brazilian classroom context.

     

     

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  • MARAISA DAMIANA SOARES ALVES
  •  

    NEGOTIATION IN THE COLLABORATIVE TRANSLATION PROCESS IN THE CLASSROOM: THE REFLECTIVE PLAY ON FOREIGN AND NATIVE LANGUAGES

  • Líder : MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • SILVIO LUIS DA SILVA
  • SINARA DE OLIVEIRA BRANCO
  • SONIA CRISTINA SIMOES FELIPETO
  • Data: 09-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The process of two-way translation, or collaborative translation, is a language event strongly marked by the interaction between translating agents (O'BRIEN, 2011). From this event, we can describe and analyze the metalinguistic and metaenunciative movements circumscribed in the translation process that involve the morphosyntactic and lexical organizations and the constitutive cultural aspects in the source text or source text in its relation to the meta text or target text (NORD, 2016, HURTADO, 2011). This research falls within the field of translation studies and collaborative writing, having as its main objective to describe and analyze the incidence and nature of negotiations in the process of collaborative translation, from Latin into Portuguese, among students of the Course of Letters - Spanish Language. The research corpus was generated in two Latin language classrooms, in the period of 2019.2, and is part of the project Studies of Collaborative Translation in Higher Education (TRAÇO), run at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN). To collect the material for analysis, we used the Ramos System, developed by the School Manuscript Laboratory (LAME/UFAL). With this methodology, we privileged: a) the ecological context (in loco) and the students' spontaneous speech (transcription of speech data); b) the interactive and collaborative condition of writing, in which the co-enunciative process enhances the emergence of metalinguistic and metaenunciative reflections. Since the students were still in the process of learning the Latin language, we observed that, in the collaborative translation process, the students resorted to homophony and the similarity effect between languages, to their previous knowledge of the textual theme and to the structural knowledge of the language of both the source text and the target text, being of morphosyntactic, lexical and semantic nature. Our research has shown, on the one hand, that collaborative translation events are significant in the process of learning a foreign language; on the other hand, that negotiation enhances linguistic-discursive reflections among the translator-writers, leading to an expansion of expressiveness in their own native tongue.

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  • MARIA LUÍZA ASSUNÇÃO CHACON
  • Fertility unruly: eroticism and his derives in Avalovara

  • Líder : EDUARDO ANIBAL PELLEJERO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDUARDO ANIBAL PELLEJERO
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MAYARA RIBEIRO GUIMARÃES
  • ELIZABETH DE ANDRADE LIMA HAZIN
  • OTÁVIO GUIMARÃES TAVARES
  • Data: 20-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • At the middle of eroticism and its derives – namely, death, literary and sacred writing –,
    integrated into the autonomous space of literature, the object of this research is based:
    the novel Avalovara (1973), by Osman Lins. Assuming that eroticism reveals itself as a
    founding and cosmogonic force in the work, and that the sacred, death and literary
    writing are bound to it, we will consider that the force of Eros puts the closed system of
    servility to the test. These aspects related to eroticism are named by us as “derives”,
    because derive represents the evolution of an initial object, and is capable of designate
    precisely the intertwining between eroticism and the aspects listed by us. We will then
    investigate how eroticism and its derives are configured and wattled, as a waste of
    passions, considers that eroticism founds new organic possibilities in the text and the
    desire and voluptuousness of language indicate unsuspected prominences and fictional
    aspects and even fantastics. Therefore, we start from the point that "mystique and
    eroticism are silent experiences, which only find an expressive correlate in literature."
    (PELLEJERO, 2011, p. 224). The political dimension of the erotic will be considered in
    this thesis, as Eros also sugests the transgression of interdicts proclaimed by the
    censorship that compose the context in which the work is inserted. As a theoretical
    basis, we will primarily use the essay work by Osman Lins (which casts light on his
    fiction), The eroticism (1957), by Georges Bataille, as well as his Literature and evil
    (1957), in addition to other relevant authors for our theoretical debate, such as Maurice
    Blanchot (2011), Jean-Paul Sartre (2004), Severo Sarduy (1979), Roland Barthes (2004)
    and Octavio Paz (1995). With our analysis, furthermore to investigating the contribution
    of eroticism to new narrative possibilities, we intend to elucidate and consider relevant
    aspects of the Pernambuco author's prose, as well as trends and processes dear to
    contemporary literature. There are vivid aspects for understanding Lins work and also
    literature as an autonomous space, as well Georges Bataille wanted, to be investigated
    in this thesis. Therefore, we are interested in thinking about eroticism and its derives in
    his non-submission to the weight of the instructions of the external world, as the desire
    not to agree with the established order is evident throughout the work.

2021
Disertaciones
1
  • REBECCA CRUZ PINHEIRO
  • Taking position in texts of undergraduates of UFRN

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • ADRIANA SANTOS BATISTA
  • JOSÉ ANTÔNIO VIEIRA
  • THOMAS MASSAO FAIRCHILD
  • Data: 20-ene-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Our research arose from the question: “how do students demonstrate their position in their texts when confronted with articles and the discourses that persuade them?”. From this questioning, we developed the general objective to analyze how students from the semesters of admission to the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN) of courses outside the scope of the Letters course position themselves about the text worked on in class, that is, how it performs identification or counter-identification processes. To fulfill this general objective, we developed as specific objectives (1) to interpret how these students perform their readings of the proposed text, based on the linguistic clues offered by the answer to the questions and by the production of the critical reviews proposed in the research instrument; and (2) analyze how students carry out the process of writing answers to questions and critical reviews. The research is affiliated to the French Discourse Analysis, as postulated by Pêcheux (2014), and uses a qualitative approach, following the indicative paradigm of Ginzburg (1989). For the application of the research, we developed four questions, in which the last constituted itself as a proposal for the production of a critical review, about the text “Poder e ética na pesquisa social” (DEBERT, 2003) and the data collections were developed through the space provided in subjects offered by the Department of Letters at UFRN for Mathematics, Nursing and Journalism courses. As a methodological approach, we analyzed the responses to questions and the production of critical reviews by six students, two from each collection. In our analyzes, we realized that the positions taken oscillate between identification with discourses that privilege the interests of research subjects, identification with discourses that conciliate the interests of researchers and research subjects, and counter-identifications with both discourses, establishing changes in these discourses. However, these positions, although assumed by the students, often occur through the reproduction of the source text, with very similar constructions and even misappropriation.

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  • ALINE LAYANE SOUTO DA SILVA
  • LILITH AND MEDEIA: WOMEN'S NIGHTMARE OF THE PATRIARCAL SOCIETY
  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA MIRTIS CASER
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • Data: 25-ene-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aims to compare the works The Alphabet of Ben Sira and Medea, by Euripides, elucidating the nightmare-woman archetype of patriarchal civilization in literature. This nightmare-woman archetype carries several characteristics, which can be cruel, lustful, infanticidal and even divine. That said, we can analyze the mythological narratives by identifying the profiles of the transgressing woman of the patriarchy, while it is contrasted and reaffirmed in the body and life of the historical character Dora Vivacqua, in the skin of Luz del Fuego described in the work Luz del Fuego: The people's dancer (1994). Arranged in three chapters, the text has comparative perspectives based on the theoretical discussions of Gerda Lerner (2019), Monique Wittig (2006), Rosie Marie Muraro (1997), Pierre Bourdieu (2012) and Jean Delumeau (2001) to understand the history of the patriarchal system, its mechanisms, tools and discourses. Regarding the theory of mythologies, we have Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers (1990), Martha Robles (2006) Robert Graves and Raphael Patai (2018), among others. Through the theories that are interweave in literary narratives, it is clear that literature speaks of the society where it takes shape; it can be both descriptive and prescriptive. Thus, we understand that women mythological like Medea and Lilith, and real like Luz del Fuego, walk both ways, as the literature describes them because they existed – even if it is in the form of a myth – and prescribes them so that they do not re-exist, due to antagonism that they provoke, oscillating between fascination and dread.

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  • GABRIELLA KELMER DE MENEZES SILVA
  • NÃO FALEI: VIOLENCE AND SILENCE IN BEATRIZ BRACHER’ NOVEL

  • Líder : DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • JOSÉ EDILSON DE AMORIM
  • VALDENIDES CABRAL DE ARAÚJO DIAS
  • Data: 25-ene-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Based upon an understanding of literature that considers social life, as proposed by the integralist procedure by Antonio Candido (2014, 2017), this study analysed the contemporary novel Não falei, written by Beatriz Bracher. The novel brings the narrative of a narrator that remembers the time when he was subjected to torture during the Brazilian civil and military dictatorship, time frame in which he suffered, besides physical subjugation, with the loss of his brother-in-law, Armando, a revolutionary activist murdered by the Brazilian state. The capture of Armando is linked, by relatives and acquaintanceships, to the narrator himself, accused of giving away information during torture that occasioned the killing. These facts result in a silence of many years, in which the protagonist refuses to address the accusation. Given the novel’s themes, the goal of this research was to investigate, in the literary text, the intercurrences between violence and silence. We studied the first according to the understanding of Jaime Ginzburg (2012, 2017), Márcio Seligmann-Silva (2000) and Sigmund Freud (1989, 2012) on the aesthetic of violence, on the representation of catastrophe and on the residual trauma from experiencing torture; the second, following the propositions of Roland Barthes (2003), that sees silence as a sign, of Eni Orlandi (2007), on the matter of forceful silencing as the interdiction of signification, and of Lourival Holanda (1992) on non-verbalization as a manifestation of social oppression. During the study, we established the fragmentary aspect of the representation of torture, the equivalence amongst the torture victim’s silence and resistance, the impact of violence in the perspective of the narrator and silence as a condition cultivated in different levels through the novel, be it inside the protagonist’s family in the past, with acquaintances in the present or during the military dictatorship. We concluded, confronted by such results, that the narrator’s reticent and reserved linguistic behaviour in defending himself from the accusation that hovers over his head comes from a distrust in language and in men, a disbelief that has its roots in the torture procedure. Furthermore, it was noted how the literary representation creates an incomplete and polysemic narration after the traumas that hit the narrator. The study of these matters points out the relevance of the novel in adopting a singular perspective of a traumatic historical event, evidencing, through the fictional word, what was covered by the official discourses.

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  • LAERTE LIRA DA SILVA
  • From words to lines: the dialogical analysis of the process of transposing the chronotope of backlands in Grande Sertão: Veredas to the homonymous adaptation in graphic novel

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • SANDRA MARA MORAES LIMA
  • Data: 18-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • João Guimarães Rosa’s literary output has given rise to innumerable actions and events in national or international literary circles, such as meetings, seminars, lectures, and several literary projects, reports, in addition to a vast and relevant academic and editorial production. His work supports the development of studies in different areas and promotes the interdisciplinary dialogue between them, namely, theory and literary criticism, cultural studies, philosophy, psychology, history, and linguistics, for example. There have been important intersemiotic translations to his best known and most appreciated tales in the artistic universe of music, cinema, and television. In this context, special attention is given to his world-renowned masterpiece, translated into several languages: the novel Grande Sertão: Veredas [The devil to pay in the backlands] (ROSA, 2001). This work, as well as his short stories, has also become the object of translation to different artistic adaptations. Thus, at the beginning of the 21st century it was given a place in the universe of comics, with the explosion of these artistic objects in the Brazilian publishing market. In an era of enormous exploration of technological means and processes of communication and information, such as social media, the primacy of the verbal-visual utterance comes to prominence (BRAIT, 2013) as a new proposal for literacy and artistic-literary possibilities. In this dialogue between the verbal and the visual, forming a verbo-visual unity in graphic adaptation, the fundamental theoretical studies of Brait (2009; 2013; 2014), Ramos (2019), McCloud (1993; 2005), Eisner (2010) have become essential for the establishment of an interdiscursive and intersemiotic dialogue between Rosa’s text (2001) and the graphic novel by Guazzelli Filho (2016). Based on theoretical-literary and language studies grounded in Bakhtinian texts (BAKHTIN, 2010; 2011; 2016 ; 2018b), it is possible to extend the full understanding of his theoretical investigations to different forms of artistic language and expression, in addition to the importance of the concept of chronotope to the process and finishing of these forms and expressions. This understanding guided the analytical activity of our research, with the perception and unfolding of chronotopic categories in the plot of the novel, namely, the chronotope of the geographical backlands and the chronotope of the ideological backlands, and of how the process of their respective transpositions from the strictly verbal to the verbal-visual interpretation occurs in the adapted work. Therefore, we analyzed how the chronotope is represented verbally and visually in those same categories, that is, the backlands chronotopically observed in the geographic as well as in the ideological realm. In this process, excerpts from the aforementioned graphic novel that support our investigation were selected in both the first and second aspects; however, in the latter, our analysis took place around two relevant moments in the novel, transposed to the adaptation, due to the tense and creative value they contain, namely, the demonic pact in Veredas Mortas [Dead Streams] and the crossing by Liso do Sussuarão [Sussuarão Desert]. Thus, we analyzed the chronotopic unfolding, according to the theoretical framework, in each of the selected images and, whenever possible or appropriate, both in its presence and absence, through the following elements: the chromatic and achromatic sensations produced, that is, the role of colors; framing (gutter, gap, line, and view plane); and the verbal-visual elements of the linguistic composition (lettering, text, and balloons). We then came to understand the possibilities, transformations and difficulties measured in the research results, concluding that the adaptation was able to respond to architectural and compositional projects (BAKHTIN, 2010) in the transposition of the source literary work in a satisfactory way.

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  • ANA SIMONY FERREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • TABOO, VIOLENCE AND OPPRESSION: WOMEN'S LIFE IN AS MENINAS BY LYGIA FAGUNDES TELLES

  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CRISTINA BONGESTAB
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • Data: 22-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The work As Meninas by Lygia Fagundes Telles published in 1973, tells the story of three young students who face their life dilemmas before a patriarchal and prejudiced society regarding the taboos present in their daily lives. The plot presents us an oppressive and violent scenario, typical of the Military Regime, which occurred in the period which the romance is taking place, but we can see that the most explicit violence in the book is present in the sexual abuse experienced by one of the characters, while oppression, in addition to being observed in the political scene, it is also intended to censor habits that, when considered taboo, face a prejudiced discourse that confronts the lifestyle of these characters who stage a story of female protagonism, a typical characteristic in the author's works. The objective of this dissertation is to carry out an analysis of the taboos present in the narrative and its developments on female characters, relating them to certain taboos created through traditions and customs from a patriarchal society. Bibliographic based search, uses authors such as Simone de Beauvoir (1967, 1970), Virginia Woolf (2019), Sigmund Freud (2012, 2013), Elizabeth Badinter (1991), Antonio Candido (2007), Jean Delumeau (1989), Mary Del Priore (2011), among others, as a theoretical reference for the accomplishment this study, which aims to dialogue with the concepts cited throughout the text. It seeks to emphasize the importance of debating about this theme, as a way to break with the paradigms that involve taboos. To this end, this dissertation analyzes literary figures that represent what many women experience, considering that even their own bodies are stigmas of a taboo.

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  • RENATO JOSÉ GALDINO VITOR PEREIRA
  • LES CHOSES, BY PEREC, AND O DESEJO DE KIANDA, BY PEPETELA: THE PROTAGONISTS' ANSWERABLE POSITION TOWARD THE DOMINANT IDEOLOGY

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • VANESSA NEVES RIAMBAU
  • Data: 23-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Society plays a fundamental role in the way the works are thought out and produced and establishes important relations with the production of the works and the ways they are read in their time and later, from their ideological positions. In this perspective, this thesis aims to discuss the dialogical / ideological relations between the novels Les Choses, published in 1965 by Georges Perec, and O Desejo de Kianda published in 1996 by Pepetela. We analyzed these novels, trying to understand how the protagonists act responsively in relation to the discourses and ideological systems that are represented in the literary works. To this end, our analysis was based on concepts from the Bakhtin Circle, out of which we highlight heterodiscourse in Bakhtin (2017c) and ideology in Volóchinov (2017 and 2019) and Bakhtin (2019), in dialogue with discussions about the idea of ideology from the Marxist tradition and consciousness and ideology in Marx (2008) and Marx and Engels (2007). As keys of analysis we observe the acceptance / submission of ideological discourses by the protagonists, their questioning and / or partial acceptance, and, finally, their denial / rejection. With this analysis, we perceived the existing similarities between the selected novels that, although temporally and geographically separated, share discourses and similar ideological systems. Furthermore, the responsive actions of the characters in both works, in addition to reflecting and refracting the societies in which they were produced, being a means to better understand them, also demonstrated the difficulty in opposing the dominant ideological forces, but opened the door to their being questioned or even contested. Thus, we realized that through foreign literature, actions to understand works of national literature can be discussed (BAKHTIN, 2017a).

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  • JAIZA LOPES DUTRA SERAFIM
  • Auscultating memory: Scholastique Mukasonga and the diasophoric duty to narrate in The bareffot woman

  • Líder : KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • KARINA CHIANCA VENÂNCIO
  • MARIA ANGÉLICA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 23-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the field of postcolonial studies, memory has the difficult task of recovering what was lost in time-past and, through history, narrating the events that constitute the formation of the social, political and cultural identity of a people. The evocation of memory and the rupture with the homogeneous record of history mark the political commitment to the criticism of colonialism and the deconstruction of its discourse of power. In this investigative context, the literary production of rwandan writer Scholastique Mukasonga plays an important role in contemporary critical theories; be a spokesperson for the story that the story does not tell. In order to understand this writing that transits between denunciation and testimony, this research proposes to analyze the dialogues that the novel the barefoot woman establishes with the policies of Rwandan memory and history, in the second half of the twentieth century, from the representations of the feminine that are drawn in the work. For this intent, the work is theoretically based on Piton (2018), Hatzfeld (2005) and Ancel (2018), with regard to rwanda's witness history and the impacts of modern genocide. In cultural literary theory, with the studies of Noa (2015), Nganang (2007) and Glissant (2005), in conjunction with knowledge of the individual and collective memory of Halbwachs (2006), Benjamin (2012) and Seligmann-Silva (2006). Focusing on the representations of the feminine, addressed by the author in the autobiographical literary making, the texts of Kilomba (2019), Adichie (2019) and Oyěwùmí (2004; 2017) are highlighted. The results of the research indicate that the historical-traumatic event narrated by the author has the female figure as the center of the actions developed in the struggle for survival. In the literary text, the feminine is represented under the gaze of the Rwandan tradition, centered on the maternal functions that Tutsi women performed; also addressing issues such as female empowerment and sexual violence against women in situations of armed conflict, as ocurred in the civil war in Rwanda.

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  • NEEMIAS SILVA DE SOUZA FILHO
  • Lexical prediction mechanisms in Brazilian Portuguese: addressing methodological issues

  • Líder : MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • LARISSA SANTOS CIRÍACO
  • MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • Data: 24-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • A series of studies conducted in the early 2000s reported evidence suggesting that specific lexical
    items and some of their features (e.g., word form and grammatical gender) could be predicted
    during language comprehension (DELONG et al., 2005; VAN BERKUM et al., 2005). These
    studies mainly reported evidence from electroencephalography experiments, but the work
    conducted in Dutch by Van Berkum and colleagues (2005) included a self-paced reading
    experiment, in which the authors found larger reading times for sentences containing nouns that
    were unlikely in context, but still plausible. Such effect was registered before the presentation of
    the critical nouns themselves in the sentences, making it impossible to attribute the difference in
    reading times to explanations other than prediction. The words that triggered the reported finding
    in the Dutch study were adjectives, all of which preceded the critical noun they modified and were
    inflected for gender to show agreement with it. Exploring the same morphosyntactic property, we
    conducted a self-paced reading experiment with 339 participants who had Brazilian Portuguese
    (BP) as a first language. Our objective was to investigate whether grammatical gender cues can be
    used to make predictions during language comprehension, thus generating effects such as the ones
    previously reported in the literature. To do so, we created 20 experimental items that comprised
    two sentences: in the first, a simple situation was introduced (e.g., “The couple looked at the
    restaurant menu until they could make up their minds”); in the second, the situation unfolded either
    in a way that was likely (e.g., “They then called the waitress, who wrote down the long and detailed
    order on her pad”) or unlikely (e.g., “They then called the waitress, who wrote down the long and
    detailed note on her pad”). The key difference is that the critical nouns in the second sentence
    (‘order’ vs. ‘note’) always had different grammatical genders in BP, which were marked in the
    preceding adjectives (‘long’ and ‘detailed’). If gender cues do trigger prediction effects, larger
    reading times were to be expected in the unlikely condition, both for the critical noun and the words
    that preceded it. Our results, however, indicated clear differences between conditions only in the
    critical nouns’ reading times. A statistically significant difference in preceding words was only
    observed when reading times were analyzed in their raw distribution, without logarithmic
    transformation.

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  • GUILHERME MATEUS MANIÇOBA FORMIGA
  • LONELINESS, I DON'T BELIEVE: LITERARY FLOATS AND IDENTITY IN THE SCREENPLAY AND THE MOVIE MISTER LONELY, BY HARMONY KORINE 

  • Líder : MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • CHARLES ALBUQUERQUE PONTE
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • Data: 25-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work intends to provoke discussions about the cinematographic screenplay as a possible genre within the domain of Literature, considering its multiple faces of writing and imagery conception that confront traditional paradigms around its own written nature. We will verify, in the course, elements of structure and content that allow the argumentative sharpening for a determined study, raising interpretive possibilities about the fluidity of the genre usually considered technical and, therefore, non-literary, to the detriment of the approximations it presents with the essentially poetic language and the form. We also intend to present an analytical reading of the work Mister Lonely, by the filmmaker Harmony Korine, in its two versions: the script and the film, in order to provide appraisals that focus on both configurations, with the intention of valuing both the film and the written work. In addition, we intend to verify how the identity crisis occurs in the narrative, taken by the characters, especially the protagonist. The work in question presents, in both forms of manifestation, configurations applicable within the notion of literary art, especially when it comes to the screenplay, the written genre, which has syntactic and semantic aesthetic elements of appreciation. For support we will have as theoretical itinerary authors who deal with themes related to literature, such as Eagleton (2006-2012), Lajolo (1995), Roland Barthes (2004-2005) and Tzvetan Todorov (2017); subjects concerning the screenplay, such as Syd Field (2001), Jean Claude-Carrière and Pascal Bonitzer (1996); authors who discuss the contents of the language of cinema and adaptation, such as Hutcheon (2011), Stam (2006), Henri Mitterand (2014), Ingmar Bergman (1960) and Jennifer Van Sijll (2017); and also theorists who study about the contemporary social subject, such as Zygmunt Bauman (1998-2004) and Stuart Hall (1992), among others.

     

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  • WENDELL PEREIRA DA SILVA
  • POINTS OF VIEW AND DISCURSIVE REPRESENTATIONS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE NARRATIVE IN SYNOPTIC GOSPELS

  • Líder : MARCELO DA SILVA AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA GRACA CANAN
  • ANDRÉ CRIM VALENTE
  • MARCELO DA SILVA AMORIM
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • Data: 26-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this research, biblical texts found in the synoptic gospels of Matthew and Luke are analyzed, considering common events narrated by these two authors. This study focuses on inquiring into the syntactic-semantic choices made by each narrator and seeks to interpret the different discursive constructions shown by the evangelists in accomplishing their texts. Although considered synoptic (which means “same vision” gospels), the aforementioned Gospels are believed to bear their author’s hallmarks, which bring different meanings in specific “co(n)texts”, and this can be noticed in the way their writers choose to present a certain character. This research is based on the textual linguistic postulates by Koch (2015, 2016, 2018) and Marcuschi (2008, 2012); with a special focus on Adam’s studies of Textual Discourse Analysis (2008, 2018, 2019) and on Rabatel’s theory (2009, 2016, 2019) on points of view. Therefore, textual analysis made in this dissertation seeks to identify different points of view presented in the Gospel narratives in order to discover whether they can be used as signs for an interpretation of a psychosocial and cultural reality of the authors/enunciators. The concept of discursive representations, conceived by Adam (2008) and discussed by Rodrigues (2014), Rodrigues et al. (2010, 2012) and Passeggi (2001), was also added to this research to allow a (re)construction of significant discursive representations of the semantic universe of the evangelists. The analyses reveal that, despite depicting the same events, evangelists elicit, through active characters, different points of view in their texts, which corroborate for the construction of several discursive images that can disclose a lot of the Gospel narrative universe. Luke’s narrative, for example, when compared to that of Matthew, provides quiet a greater visibility to women’s point of view, when they are present in the narrative, emphasizing their perspective. Furthermore, his narrative promotes the construction of the representation of the Messiah based on his strength and his humanity. Matthew’s narrative, on the other hand, unveils a representation of the opponents to Jesus’ mission as weak enemies before the Messiah’s strength, and this is done by attributing negative semantic traits to them. The textual and discursive analysis of the synoptic Gospels, in accordance with the theoretical grounds in this dissertation, works with a broad and complex object, which is totally useful for an approach that treats the Bible mostly as a text, but nevertheless respects the symbolic importance of the Sacred Scripture.

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  • JOSÉ ELTON DANTAS DE CARDOSO
  • THE COMING OUT PROCESS OF GAY TEENAGERS IN SUMERSO, BY EDUARDO CILTO, AND LOVE, SIMON, BY BECKY ALBERTALLI

  • Líder : MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ASTREIA SOARES BATISTA
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 26-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work aims to explore the “coming out” process in gay teenagers represented by analyzing fictional characters in literature. Dimitri and Simon are, respectively, the main characters of the novels Submerso (2018), by the Brazilian author Eduardo Cilto and Love, Simon (2018) written by the American Becky Albertalli. The “coming out” is a term used when non-heterosexual people decide to reveal their sexuality to society. This act is exclusive to those people due to the fact that heterosexual people do not have to reaffirm their sexuality. Therefore, this process is very troubled and takes time once those gays teenagers repress something important in their lives, like their homosexuality. This can develop some issues like low self-esteem, social problems, self-depreciation, loneliness, depression, and, in severe cases, suicide. For the better development of this research, we used the qualitative method since we resort to theories and assumptions of authors and researchers who made their own contributions to the theme. Among those, we used the theories of Foucault (1984; 1988), Freud (2002 [1856-1939]; 2012), Sartre (2002), Barthes (2013[1978]; 2004), and Butler (2019). For the “coming out” theories, we used the works of Cass (1979), Coleman (1982), and Cain (1991). Also, from the use of theories and analyses of the novels, this work explored questions about the “coming out” process of the characters, Dimitri and Simon, just as the complexity and troublesome that those processes can be while accepting their homosexuality. In addition to contributing to the continuation of the debate on this theme, we also explored the importance and the perpetuation of Gay Literature, not only in the best-selling lists, which is usual, but also in the Academy. Those books can also be used to turn non-readers into readers and later as a bridge for, finally, read the books that are considered classics and canons of the national and worldwide literature.


     

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  • JESSICA MARTINS BEZERRA FELIPE
  • INDIGENOUS LITERATURE AND RECEPTION: AN INTERVENTION BASED ON THE RETELLING OF MYTHS IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF EXTREMOZ-RN

  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RINAH DE ARAÚJO SOUTO
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • Data: 26-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This reseach has aim to ivestigate how the reception of the book “As serpentes que roubaram a noite e outros mitos" (2011), writen by indigenous author Daniel Munduruku, has given by a group compounded by three participantes, teenagers between 14 to 16 years old, they are students of 8th grade from public school in Extremoz-RN. The action reaseach of qualitative studies had as steps the retelling of myths read before and after the discution of the book with the students in a conversation wheel. This academic work was based, principally, in Brazilian law n° 11.645/2008 that imposes the teaching of african’s, afro-brazilian’s and indigenous’ history and in the Bazilian National Curriculum Basis (BNCC) conduct that the develpoment of habilites to telling and retelling stories in the Ending years of the Elementary School. As theorical contributions, we considered the researchers of storytelling such as Paul Zumthor (1997, 2014), Cléo Busatto (2006), Eliana Yunes (2012) and Élie Bajárd (2016), the last one with the concept of retelling, which is central to this research and talk about of a methodology that goes to meet the oral tradition and the reconstruction of the reading. To reflect about the indigenous literature, this reseach has based on Janice Thiél (2012, 2013, 2016) and Maria Inês de Almeida e Sônia Queiroz (2004). The understanding of myth and indigenous mythologies are approached considering the works of anthropologist Cláude Levi-Strauss (1978) and mythologists Mircea Eliade (1972), Joseph Campbell (1990) and indigenous intellectuals Daniel Munduruku (2008, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019) and Ailton Krenak (2019). During the analysis of the retelling, we interpreted the data considering the Theoretical from Reader-response of Hans Robert Jauss (1994) and Bordini e Aguiar (1993) and we had the following results: the meanings given by the participants to the myths were influenced by their previous knowledge of indigenous culture, their horizons of expectation and the differences between the reader’s and  book’s historical horizons, provoking a strangeness to some of the cultural aspects, as the non-recognition about the spirituality of supernatural beings. The Conversation wheel possibilited to the readers that express themselves about their inquietations and to they build knowledge about the myths across the researcher’s mediation.

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  • RAFAEL OLIVEIRA DA SILVA
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  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • LUCIANE DE PAULA
  • Data: 24-mar-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Fantasy and dystopia seem to have fallen in the likes of young readers through books like Harry Potter (1997) and Hunger Games (2008). These books present an alternative way of representing reality, subvert the official worldview of life and present us with a carnivalized reality, whether through magic or a dystopian future. While fantasy brings laughter, dystopia brings fear. In Bone Season (2016) we are introduced to a world in which clairvoyance is real and some humans have powers, however, all types of clairvoyance are forbidden and the government uses control of freedom to maintain it. We are, therefore, facing what we call in this research of dystopian fantasy, a hybrid genre that merges traces of fantasy and dystopia, thus building what appears to be a hypermodern example of a serious-comic novel. The problem of dystopian fantasy stems from the clash between laughter – that erodes the seriousness of the world by subverting it in different ways, through fantasy – and the fear – that, on the contrary, seeks to solidify it through the violent maintenance of power, in dystopia. Furthermore, we recognize that the representations of hero, body and society of dystopian fantasy differ from those commonly found in fantasy and dystopia. To anchor this positioning, the present work proposes, based on the postulates of the Bakhtin Circle, about issues of discursive genre, hybrid discursive genre and carnivalization, a dialogical analysis of dystopian fantasy as a gender that converts fantasy and dystopia in hypermodernity, as serious-comical genre, from the book Temporada dos Ossos (2016), by the English author Samantha Shannon. The research is inserted in the mixed, hybrid and undisciplinary area of applied linguistics and is also anchored in a theoretical framework of philosophy, literary and cultural studies based on the works of Han, Hall, Canclini, Bauman and Matangrano. Methodologically, it develops from a qualitative-interpretative perspective and uses the indicative paradigm, proposed by the historian Carlo Ginzburg, to obtain the data. The results point out representations of hero, body and society that insert into the heterodiscourse of the dystopian fantasy novel elements that are unusual to the fantastic youth literature. Such representations have a carnivalized content that dramatically alters their relationship with the audience and the social orientation of the youth fantasy novel.

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  • NUNA NUNES CORREIA
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    PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE CONTEXT OF LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY IN GUINEA-BISSAU: A PROPOSAL FOR BASIC EDUCATION
  • Líder : CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EMANOEL LUÍS ROQUE SOARES
  • CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • Data: 07-may-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Guinea Bissau is a small West african nation whose official language is Portuguese, and consequently it is the only language of instruction in a context in which more than 20 ethnic languages are spoken and Creole, which has the status of unity language national in the country. Since its officialization, the teaching of Portuguese has been one of the issues discussed, due to the fact that the Portuguese language is not part of the Guinean reality, as it is not the mother tongue of many Guineans and is not spoken on a daily basis. Therefore, in this work, we seek to investigate, from the textbooks Histórias dos avós, the teaching of the Portuguese language in the context of the linguistic diversity of Guinea-Bissau to, from there, suggest an activity proposal for Portuguese classes in Basic Education , specifically for 4th grade students. In order to carry out this documentary investigation with a quantitative-qualitative approach, we carried out an analysis of two textbooks entitled Histórias dos Avós (reading book and exercise book), which guide Portuguese classes aimed at 4th grade students. For that, we had as theoretical contributions the works of Couto & Embaló (2010) and Freire & Guimarães (2011), which discuss the situation of the Portuguese language in Guinea-Bissau, its officialization and its confrontation with the Creole language, which continues to gain space increasingly, and ethnic languages, which are also spoken daily in the country. When dealing with the teaching of Portuguese in a context of multiple languages, we draw on the writings of Baldé (2013) and Ntchala Cá and Rúbio (2019); still, we started from Antunes (2003) to discuss the activities present in the two books. The results of our analysis show that, in terms of reading, the didactic material Histórias dos avós are contextualized, because they bring texts, illustrations and stories that are part of Guinean reality and that are told from generation to generation; however, they are materials whose focus is centered on normative grammar. Thus, analyzing these teaching materials, we clearly notice that the teaching of Portuguese in Guinea-Bissau still leaves much to be desired, as it is based on the traditional perspective, taking normative grammar as the center of pedagogical activities; and, in this way, it contributes to the silencing of Creole and leaves aside linguistic diversity, principal linguistic characteristic of our country.

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  • ANA LUÍZA DE ANDRADE CAVALCANTE
  • Comitative transitive construction under the view of Usage-based Functional Linguistics

  • Líder : JOSE ROMERITO SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE ROMERITO SILVA
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • JOSE DA LUZ DA COSTA
  • RICARDO YAMASHITA SANTOS
  • Data: 31-may-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this work, a study is made about the Comitative Transitive Construction (CTC). The grammatical tradition pays little attention to the relative/oblique transitive verb. The exception is Rocha Lima (2011). At the border between the traditional grammar and Linguistics, there are Bechara (2009) and Azeredo (2009), who make a brief presentation on the relative complement. Regarding this type of verb and its complement in its linguistic-based grammars, Mateus et al. (2003) and Castilho (2012) denominate them, respectively, as oblique transitive verb and oblique complement, examining semantic and morphosyntactic aspects related to them. In separate approaches in the linguistic field, there are the works of Souza (2011), Jarnalo (2014) and Lerner (2015). In all of them, the relative transitive verb and / or the relative complement are seen emphasizing only their semantic-syntactic aspects. Moving away, in part, from these approaches, the sentence with a relative / oblique transitive verb (including its complement) is treated here in a constructional perspective. For this, the theoretical-methodological apparatus of Functional Linguistics Centered on the Use of constructionist bias is used, as found in Furtado da Cunha, Bispo e Silva (2013), Rosário and Oliveira (2016), among others. The analysis material consists of database from Corpus Discurso e Gramática in its versions from Rio de Janeiro (VOTRE; OLIVEIRA, 1995), Rio Grande (VOTRE; OLIVEIRA, 1996), Juiz de Fora (VOTRE; OLIVEIRA, 1997) and Natal (FURTADO DA CUNHA, 1998). The preliminary survey of corpus data indicates that the oblique transitive construction with the preposition with presents a certain semantic variety related to the extension of its basic meaning. In addition, its complement seems to exhibit different degrees of syntactic integration with the verb which it is linked to as well as diverse inheritance links. These phenomena are motivated by cognitive (such as chunking, analogization, metonymization and metaphorization) and discoursive-interactional motivations (among them, perspective, intersubjectivity and pragmatic inference).

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  • PRISCILLA KELLY SENA DE MEDEIROS
  • PECHAKUCHA: multisemiotic discursive genre

  • Líder : GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DOROTEA FRANK KERSCH
  • GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • Data: 11-jun-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The expansion of access to digital technologies favors the development of increasingly rapid and global communication in the different spheres of human activity. In this context, new discursive genres appear to meet the current demands for social interaction: among them, Pechakucha (PK). To contribute to this reflection, this documentary research, of a qualitative and interpretative nature, takes PK as its object of study. Our general objective is to define PK as a multisemiotic discursive genre and, to achieve it, we have established two specific objectives: a) to identify the multisemiotic aspects of PK and b) to map the rhetorical movements of PK. To accomplish our goals, we base ourselves on the dialogical conception of language and on the discursive genre (BAKHTIN [1929] 2016), as well as on the understanding that the discursive genre is always allied to social action (BAZERMAN, 2011), in literacy studies of a sociocultural nature (KLEIMAN [1995] 2008; TINOCO, 2008; ROJO, 2015) and aspects of multisemiosis (ROJO; BARBOSA, 2015). The data analysis indicates some singularities of the PK regarding the textual, cognitive and social dimensions of this genre, which is by nature multisemiotic. In this analysis, PK's recurrences regarding its rhetorical movements are also evidenced to confirm the Bakhtinian conception of relative dogmatic stability, even though it is such a recent discursive genre.

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  • DANIEL BRUNO MIRANDA DA SILVA
  • The Virgilian making of Sousândrade's O Guesa

  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • CHRISTINA BIELINSKI RAMALHO
  • Data: 28-jun-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Beyond the literary school, an important point to analyze a poetical work is the relation that a text keeps with production of the same genre. Pay attention to that relation, this work concerns the relations between two epics: Virgil’s Aeneid, and Sousândrade’s O Guesa. For that, it performs a review of epic genre, analyzing its origin, its development, and its features. After this, it describes the Aeneid, detailing the myths and historical events that compounding it, describing its hero’s action and character and avaluating its legacy to the constituition of epic genre in Western culture. By the end, it demonstrates how Sousândrade reelaborates the Virgilian epic model, pointing out in which aspects the Brazilian poet follows that classical reference and in which aspects He disagrees with his classical reference. This work takes Anazildo Vasconcelos da Silva’s the epic semiotization of discourse as its main reference.

       

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  • ANA CATARINA FERREIRA CABRAL OLIVEIRA
  • THE ADJECTIVE IN ARGUMENTATIVE GENDERS OF THE VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT
  • Líder : JOSE ROMERITO SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE ROMERITO SILVA
  • MARIA ANGELICA FURTADO DA CUNHA
  • MARIA MAURA DA CONCEIÇÃO CEZARIO
  • NEDJA LIMA DE LUCENA
  • Data: 12-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The adjective has traditionally been used as an adnominal adjunct, modifying the content of a noun, or as a predicative, focusing on the subject or object of the sentence. Although there are already linguistic studies that seek to present other aspects of this lexical class, among them, its contribution in the text, for example, most are limited to describing it in its morphological, syntactic and/or semantic aspects. Therefore, this research has the general objective of analyzing the use of the adjective as an argumentative support in genres of the virtual environment, seeking to show the influence of this class in the argumentative construction of the text. The theoretical contribution is based on North American Functional Linguistics (GIVÓN, 1984; BYBEE, 2010), adding to this the studies on argumentation (GRÁCIO, 2010; FIORIN, 2014), face and politeness (GOFFMAN, 1980), the concept of the orality and scripture continuum (KOCH & OESTEREICHER, 2013), in addition to specific studies on the adjective (SILVA and PRIA, 2001; SILVA, 2019). Regarding the methodological procedures, this work is of a qualitative-interpretative character with quantitative support, with the purpose of verifying frequency of use, regularities and trends in the realization of the argumentative adjective within the analyzed environment. The corpus consists of opinionated texts, in written form, taken from the internet, with 06 (six) genres selected: post, complaint, reader comment, film criticism, editorial and advertisement. This study seeks to cover the plurality of uses of this linguistic category in contexts that have not yet been analyzed and may also contribute to the teaching of this grammatical class in the teaching modalities.

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  • CLAUDINERE ARAÚJO DA SILVA
  • The Development of Orality in English through Role-Playing Games

  • Líder : ANA GRACA CANAN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA GRACA CANAN
  • EVA CAROLINA DA CUNHA
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • Data: 20-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research work proposes three Role-playing Games (RPG) to foster the practice of speaking in English classes, as well as to develop the skills related to it. In order to fulfill these goals, we adapted three RPG games which we previously used in the English language class. To give theoretical pedagogical support to this project, we based it on the constituent elements of Interactional (CELCE-MURCIA, 2007) and Second Language Speaking (GOH and BURNS, 2012; BURNS, 2013) competences. These studies make it possible, within the active method of learning (SCHANK, 1995; WELTMAN, 2007), to produce feedback that helps to monitor the learning and development of orality throughout the project. Guided by the authors named here relating to the use of RPGs in education and game design (JÄRVINEN, 2008; KAPP, 2012), we were able to improve the afore-mentioned games to achieve the objectives of this research. Our wider theoretical framework is based on studies that recomend the use of RPGs in education (FAIRCHILD, 2004; VASQUES, 2008; FLOYD D. and PORTNOW, 2008), mainly in the teaching of English (LUIZ, 2011; LEFFA, BOHN, DAMASCENO and MARZARI, 2012). With this research project, it is expected that by using RPGs, we can develop and stimulate orality in the English language classroom, as well as encouraging the application of  communicative methodologies in language teaching. As a further outcome we aim to contribute a written study on the two themes involved in the subject area of our research.

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  • GUILHERME HENRIQUE RIBEIRO CAVALCANTE DE OLIVEIRA
  • LIQUEFEITA, OCEÂNICA: AS IMAGENS EVOCADAS PELA ÁGUA NA POÉTICA DE ZILA MAMEDE


  • Líder : JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • JOSE LUIZ FERREIRA
  • MARIA APARECIDA DA COSTA GONCALVES FERREIRA
  • Data: 24-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Zila Mamede's poetic work, the aquatic elements assume a thematic prominence that is sensibly perceptible, whether in the evocation of the sea or in the presence of rivers - droughts or in flood -, dams, rainfall, baths. In this sense, with this research, we aim at analyzing the representations built from the aquatic reference as a thematic mark in selected poems from the first three books of the aforementioned author. Therefore, the study was delimited in three texts that will represent the publications made throughout the 1950s – Rosa de pedra (1953), Salinas (1958) and O arado (1959). Thus, supported by Bachelard (1997), Chevalier and Gheerbrant (2003), we observe the possibilities of the presence of water in readings, as a thematic mark, in the selected corpus; with the support of Adorno (2012) and Candido (2006), we establish relationships between the poetic text and society, considering its production context and the echoes of these works; rescuing the statements of Bosi (1994) and Ricoeur (2007), we underline how memory is a sign constructed from the presence of aquatic elements; guided by Pinheiro (2012), Alves (2006; 2015) and Aquino (2005), we retrieved readings from the work of mamedia, to support our discussion and also expand their voices. The study of the selected poems enabled the perception that the aquatic constituents evoke childhood memories, marks the search for childhood memories, and act as symbols of purification.

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  • SANDER FELIPE GOMES BASÍLIO
  • Opening the ocean: a dialogical analysis of the religious discourse in the novel Moby-Dick 

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • NEWTON DE CASTRO PONTES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • Data: 26-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In 1851, one of the greatest American classical works was released, namely, Moby-Dick. Written by Herman Melville, the literary piece was misunderstood and did not receive its due attention, being rediscovered in the 1920s. Many literary critics did not comprehend its encyclopaedical perspective and the several dialogues with the protestant Christian religion that, according to them, did not respect the most sacred associations in life (DUYCKINCK, 2019). This thesis aims to analyze this religious discourse through the prism of the Dialogic Literary Analysis (DLA), focusing on the analysis of excerpts from the novel related to three aspects about religion: religious mysticism as a narrative fuel, the carnivalization of religious discourse, and the dialogue of the “pagan” religion with puritanism. We conclude that the three aspects quoted previously create an array of dialog possibilities with other cultures and religions and that the use of carnivalization puts the dominant culture and religion in terms of equality with others, generating an interdiscursivity and a supernatural sphere which permeates the whole text without losing sight of the world social reality.

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  • JULIANA GEIZY MARQUES DE SOUZA
  • GRAPHOGAME IMPACT: PHONEMIC AWARENESS TRAINING AND READING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  • Líder : JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • AUGUSTO BUCHWEITZ
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MAHAYANA CRISTINA GODOY
  • Data: 26-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The acquisition of oral language occurs spontaneously; learning to read and write, on the other hand, is different. Children need clear and explicit instruction to fully understand and write texts (DEHAENE, 2020). Researchers, such as Berg (2003), Ehri (2005) and Chappell (2009), point out that it is necessary and essential that students have developed phonological and phonemic awareness before the formal instruction of reading takes place. Due to the debate over building a bridge between neuroscience and education, numerous attempts at technological innovation and evidence-based teaching have been made; their goal is to mitigate possible developmental gaps among the students. In order to investigate the relationship between phonemic awareness training and reading fluency, we developed an experimental study with 120 2nd grade children from two different schools - public and private - located in Natal-RN. The participants were 6 to 8 years old and were part of an 8-week intervention. The children were randomly assigned into 3 distinct groups: the intervention group used the educational game GraphoGame, a supporting tool that helps phonemic awareness development during emerging literacy; the active control group used games that do not directly impact the development of any reading competence; and the control group only attended regular classes at school. In all groups, tests were applied before and after the intervention in order to verify the effectiveness of using the educational game. Results show a positive impact of phonemic awareness training on the reading skills of children who participated in the intervention playing GraphoGame.

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  • INÊS VIRGINIA CABALLERO DA SILVA PEREIRA
  • ENTRE LO TEMPORAL Y LO ETERNO: AUGUSTO ROA BASTOS E SUA NARRATIVA (NEO)BARROCA

  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO BATISTA DE MORAIS NETO
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 27-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • En el campo de la literatura paraguaya despunta una figua de destaque tanto en el punto de vista de la voz literaria cuanto de la política que mediante sus cuentos, consigue destacar el dolor del pueblo paraguayo, las muchas guerras que asolaron el país, la casi esclavitud a la que los agricultores de las plantaciones de yerba mate se sometían, la violencia sufrida por el pueblo, victimas do sistema político de un país que permaneció por muchos años sobre la dictadura. Esa voz es la de Augusto Roa Bastos. Esta disertación tiene el objetivo pesquisar la obra El Trueno entre las hojas, compuesta por 17 cuentos, precedida de una epígrafe indígena que les conduce a las narrativas, tejiéndolas de tal forma que los cuentos se conectan por medio de los personajens y de las historias, buscando analizar y constatar la articulación de la historia con la literatura, observando que la vida, la obra y la historia del Paraguay se juntan por medio del discurso narrativo de Roa Bastos. Además de eso, esta pesquisa pretende apuntar as características (neo)barrocas contenidas en las nas lineas del corpus elegido, de forma que estas sean evidentes principalmete en el proceso de asimilación del barroco en un regreso “doloroso, espresando el “luto cultural” de los negros e indios de la América Latina. Através de una metodología bibliográfica, esta disertación, tiene como contribución teórica la reflexión de Irlemar Chiampi, Severo Sarduy, Lezama Lima, Rafael Barrett, Hugo Rodriguez Alcalá, Josefina Plá, Bartolomeu Meliá, entre otros.

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  • NAIARA MEDEIROS DE OLIVEIRA
  • The representation of a border identity in Samba Dreamers, by Kathleen de Azevedo, and Ocotillo Dreams, by Melinda Palacio: an analysis under dialogical lenses

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIO LUCIANO DE ANDRADE TOSTA
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • Data: 27-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The conception of the United States of America as a land of wealth and opportunity made the country a destination for immigrants from all over the world, generating diverse communities, as well as literary communities. Considering that the literature science establishes a close relationship with the cultural and social history (BAKHTIN, 2017), we analyze two works from the North American contemporary literature of minority groups, viz., the novels Samba Dreamers (2006), written by Brazilian-American Kathleen de Azevedo, and Ocotillo Dreams (2011), by Mexican-American Melinda Palacio, through the studies of the Bakhtin Circle (Bakhtin, Volóchinov and Medviédev). We confront the process of identity formation of the characters and observe the representation of the border in the work's architecture (BAKHTIN, 2002). The methodology of this bibliographic research is supported by the sociological analysis proposed by Voloshinov (2019) and Bakhtin (2015), in which the analysis starts from the pure verbal essence towards its social significance in the concrete context of the works. Besides the theoretical discussion about identities and borderlands, the results of this comparative/dialogical study evidenced the characters’ identity formation in the experience of a linguistic border, through code-switching, a gender border, represented by the active and dialogical responses of the characters when facing exoticization, and an ancestry border, a dialogic clash between authoritative and internally persuasive discourse, regarding the relationship with their mothers. Such results bring contributions not only to the critical fortune of the works, but also to the social discussions they raise, in addition to the studies of dialogism and literary analysis.

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  • JANAÍNA DA NÓBREGA BARRETO
  • Teaching of argumentation in a textbook

  • Líder : GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • JACIARA LIMEIRA DE AQUINO
  • ROZICLEIDE BEZERRA DE CARVALHO
  • Data: 30-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • For 150 years, in Brazil, the Portuguese language has been taught. During all this time, changes have been operationalized by different institutional forces: official documents that parameterize this teaching, public policies for teacher education, academic research, textbooks. With the publication of the Base Nacional Comum Curricular (BRASIL, 2017), some more changes have been proposed. Two of them are the formalization of work with competencies and abilities and the emphasis on the competency of argumentation, which becomes mandatory in all basic education. This tends to reshape Portuguese language teaching because the BNCC's concept of argumentation focuses on social interaction and, consequently, the uses of language in the most varied spheres of human activity. Therefore, during the schooling process, it becomes even more imperative to provide students with situations in which argumentation is the means of resolving conflicts, reaching consensus and working collaboratively towards goals to be achieved. Because of this, teaching materials and teaching actions need to be adapted. These adjustments involve incorporating argumentation as a teaching object and developing work based on social uses, which some Brazilian researchers have already studied, such as Ribeiro (2009); Liberali (2013); Aquino (2018); Azevedo; Tinoco (2019). To contribute to this reflection, in this qualitative and interpretive documentary research, we aim, in general, to investigate the proposal for teaching argumentation in the educational collection Geração Alpha Língua Portuguesa, approved in PNLD 2020, and specifically, to analyze the differentials of the work with the argumentation in the section Interação of the aforementioned collection. Methodologically anchored in the area of Applied Linguistics (MOITA LOPES, 1996; KLEIMAN; DE GRANDE, 2015), this dissertation is theoretically based on two central fields: literacy studies from a sociocultural perspective (KLEIMAN, 1995; TINOCO, 2008) and interactional argumentation perspective (GRÁCIO, 2010; PLANTIN, [1996] 2010; SANTOS; AZEVEDO, 2017). Data analysis highlights that the proposal of teaching argumentation through projects that bring together the axes of reading, text production (oral, written, multisemiotic), orality and linguistic/semiotic analysis encourages students to use argumentation in different social actions mediated by diverse languages. With this, argumentation is no longer just a teaching object to become a social practice, something which is experienced, in other words, is a competence that can support social action at school and beyond.

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  • SARA COSTA DOS SANTOS
  • LINKAGES BETWEEN THE POTIGUAR NARRATIVES OF ONOFRE AND BARTOLOMEU FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TEACHING LITERATURE

  • Líder : DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • EDNA MARIA RANGEL DE SA
  • KALINA ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES DE PAIVA
  • Data: 30-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research presents a study of potiguares tales from the perspective of teaching literature. To this end, tales with correlated themes present in the works Chão dos Simples (2014), by Manoel Onofre Júnior, and Rosa verde amarelou (2014), by Bartolomeu Correia de Melo, are analyzed. The objective is to analyze how the figure of the traditional narrator and the female representation are approached in the tales of the two authors, in order to point out possible ways to work with these narratives in the context of the classroom. In relation to the analysis, firstly, it is observed how the culture of orality is depicted in the tales, from the tradition of telling mythical stories in countryside environments, having as main theoretical support the considerations on orality and narrator by Benjamin (1987), Cascudo (2006) and Zumthor (1997). Then, it analyzes how the construction of female representation takes place, in tales by the two authors, and the destabilisation of male domination resulting from this form of representation. Thus, the analysis is based, above all, on studies by Bourdieu (2005), regarding male domination, and on the concepts of woman-object and woman-subject discussed by Zolin (2009), in addition to the considerations of Delumeau (1989) about for the misogynist vision that was built over time by male society. In this sense, it reflects on the teaching of literature today and its indispensability, from the theoretical discussions of Candido (2011), Compagnon (2009), Todorov (2009), Cosson (2014; 2010), Zilberman (2012) and Jouve (2012), to finally propose methodological teaching suggestions with the analyzed potiguares tales, organized in didactic units. These didactic units are based on the dialogic teaching proposal presented by Cereja (2005) and are based on the presupposition that the literary text should be the core of the teaching of literature, so that this teaching method can consider the reading, literary, and critical training, aware and humanizing of basic education students.

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  • MARIA LAURA DA SILVA
  • PROFESSIONAL LITERACY OF THE TEACHER: AN ANALYSIS OF PRACTICES DEVELOPED IN HOSPITAL AND HOME EDUCATIONAL CARE.

     

  • Líder : ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • GIANKA SALUSTIANO BEZERRIL DE BASTOS GOMES
  • NADIA MARIA SILVEIRA COSTA DE MELO
  • Data: 31-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Literacy practices are driven by reading and writing and serve different social purposes. In the atmosphere of the hospital class, these practices make up the work of teachers with the aim of contributing to the school demands of children and adolescents in hospital. In this sense, the study of these practices makes it possible to give intelligibility to the constitution of the teacher's professional activities in non-formal educational spaces. Therefore, the main objective of this research is toto analyze the professional literacy practices of teachers who work in Hospital and Home Educational Care, specifically, in a public hospital in the city of Natal/RN. This analysis was carried out from the categories listed by Hamilton (2000), which comprise: participants, environment/domain, artifacts and activities. Methodologically, the investigation lies within the scope of Applied Linguistics (MOITA LOPES, 2006; KLEIMAN, 2019), takes a qualitative interpretive perspective (MOITA LOPES, 1994; BOGDAN; BIKLEN 1994; MOREIRA; CALEFFE 2006; CHIZZOTTI, 2005), with an ethnographic bias (ANDRÉ, 1995; SILVA; SILVA, 2016).Theoretically, this research is anchored in theLiteracy Studies (HEART, 1982; STREET, 1984, BARTON, 2000; BAYNHAM, 1995; KLEIMAN, 1995, 2005; ROJO, 2009), including in Labor Literacy (PAZ, 2008), in Health and Psychology studies (OLIVEIRA; MAIA, 2012), Hospital Schooling (RODRIGUES, 2012; BEHRENS, 2014; CASTRO, 2014; SANTOS; SOUZA, 2014), and in the dialogical conception of language (BAKHTIN/VOLOSHINOV ([1929] 2016; ALVES, 2016; FREIRE, 2016).The analyzes point to the occurrence of several practices of professional literacy that the teacher working in the Hospital and Home Educational Service performs, among them are: consultation of the census, interview with companions, correspondence with the school of origin, reception of the student, assistance in beds, room service, student registration and planning. Its implementation aims to contribute to the literacy of student-patients, especially school literacy, taking into account aspects related to the hospital environment, the pathology of the student, the social context in which he is inserted, the school of origin, among other factors.

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  • ALEXSANDRO LEOCADIO DA SILVA
  • THE REPRESENTATION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN SOCIAL ACTOR IN THE JOURNALISTIC CHRONICLES OF GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ

  • Líder : REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RAQUEL DE ARAÚJO SERRÃO
  • REGINA SIMON DA SILVA
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 17-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The beginning of Colombian Nobel's career Gabriel García Márquez was marked by the presence of journalism and literature that, in his case, always went hand in hand when the subject is the chronicle. It was in the years 1948 to 1952, that Gabo began his journalistic-literary career, publishing his notes almost daily in Colombian newspapers. They are chronicles that move between journalism and literature, the real and the fictional, and all of them carrying the magic of writing from those who years later would come to be considered one of the fathers of Latin American magical Realism. In this dissertation, which analyzes a selection of these journalistic chronicles published in the book Obra periodística Vol.1: Textos costeños (1991), by the Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez, we intend to analyze how the representation of the characters of his chronicles occurs as a social actor, and to identify, therefore, how the characters in these narratives contribute to the construction of a social and cultural imaginary of Latin American identity. A study based on bibliographic research uses, in addition to the book already mentioned, biographies about the author, Bachelard (1989), Bender and Laurito (1993), Candido (1989, 2011), Chiampi (1980), Cunha (1986), Franco (2004), Hall (2006), Moisés (2004), Moscovici (2015, 1978), Nitrini (2000), Sartre (1999), Soares (2002) and Vivaldi (1986) as a theoretical basis. It is possible to observe that, García Márquez represented his characters based on the observation of people who was part of his daily life and the daily lives of the readers who read him, composing his texts in a way that Candido (2011) calls humanizing literature, one that has the role of making ordinary people feel represented and identify with what is being read. García Márquez, at the beginning of his career, already wrote about his people and for his people, bringing in his narratives the presence of historical events in the identity formation of America about whom / which he writes.

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  • HALIS ALVES DO NASCIMENTO FRANCA
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     Argumentative Orientation in Multilateral Environmental Agreements

     

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ROSALICE BOTELHO WAKIM SOUZA PINTO
  • GIOVANNI DAMELE
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • SUELI CRISTINA MARQUESI
  • Data: 28-ene-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the present doctoral thesis, we aim at formulating a proposal of textual-discursive analysis of normative discursive genres in the legal discourse while applying it to the analysis of multilateral environmental agreements. For that purpose, we have selected the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change as the object of our investigation. Assuming that the meaning of the text is reasoned in such enunciative settings, we seek theoretical support from the text, discourse and enunciative linguistics, via Textual Discourse Analysis (ATD) (ADAM, 2011, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2020); the speech act theory (SEARLE, 1969, 1979; SEARLE; VANDERVEKEN, 1985; VANDERVEKEN, 1990), and the pragma-dialectical theory of argumentation (EEMEREN, 2010, 2015, 2017, 2018; EEMEREN; GROOTENDORST, 2004; EEMEREN; SNOECK HENKEMANS, 2017; SNOECK HENKEMANS, 1992; FETERIS, 2017a, 2017b; KLOOSTERHUIS, 2006). Within this theoretical framework, we aim at understanding the role played by the interpretative argumentation process in the establishment of meaning within normative discursive genres, based on elements of the legal pragmatics of discourse and legal justification (DASCAL, 2003; MACCORMICK; SUMMERS, 1991) as well as by adopting such a process in the form of a theoretic-methodological formulation towardstextual-discursive analysis. Following this formulation, we analyze our object of study within the argumentative orientation level of textual analysis, highlighting the components of illocutionary force — in particular the illocutionary point, its mode of achievement and degree of strength — and the strategic maneuvers adopted by the speaker/enunciator to orient argumentatively their utterance towards a given communicative goal. By applying this formulation to the analysis of commissive illocutionary acts of certain segments of our object of study, we explain how the degree of commitment of the speaker/enunciator towards their propositional content varies according to the manner with which certain discursive markers, categorized under the light of an illocutionary-argumentative approach, affect the modes of achievement of the courses of actions to which they commit themselves. On top of seeking to understand how the speaker/enunciator orients the establishment of meaning argumentatively, such an analysis was capable of generating frameworks and schemes of representation of the obtained data and of the interpretative argumentation process involved in the justification of meaning from a predominantly textual-linguistic perspective. It is expected that the proposal formulated in this research may be able to provide contributions to future linguistic studies on the legal discourse and, more broadly, to any further research that might transit in the intersections between text, argumentation and language.

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  • ANTONIO LOUREIRO DA SILVA NETO
  • ARGUMENTATIVE ANALYSIS OF ACADEMIC DISCOURSE FROM DISCURSIVE REPRESENTATIONS OF CORDEL'S LITERATURE IN MASTER'S DISSERTATIONS
  • Líder : CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CELLINA RODRIGUES MUNIZ
  • CLAUDIA REJANNE PINHEIRO GRANGEIRO
  • FRANCISCO AFRANIO CAMARA PEREIRA
  • LUCILENE SOARES DA COSTA
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • Data: 26-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The cordel literature (printed pamphlet), also known in Brazil as northeast literature pamphlet (Brazilian popular literature), among other denomination, with its function, values, necessities, characteristics and history has been theme of studies published in articles, master thesis and doctoral dissertations. In these studies, some discursive cordel literature representations are argumentatively renewed. Thus, in this doctoral phase, we intend to analyze these representations from the argumentative strategies and persuasion mechanisms present in master thesis. We search to find answers to the following questions: a) What linguistic expressions of the examined texts compete to the constructions of those discursive representations of the cordel ? b) What strategies and persuasive mechanisms are used in the construction of those representations? c) What discursive representations of the cordel emerge from texts examined and how are they articulate themselves to unveil the face of the cordel in academic discourse? Based on general objective and in the elaborated questions, we have the following specific objectives: i) identify the linguistic elements that compete to the formation of the discursive representations of the cordel in academic discourse; ii) write about the persuasion mechanisms used by researchers in the processes of construction of those representations and iii) analyze each of the resulting representations of the investigation process of the discourse about the cordel. In order to do this, we have chosen a corpus formed by 65 textual excerpts retrieved from 24 master theses. We gathered 12 groups of discursive representation the analysis. The theoretical base include authors as Abreu (1993; 1999; 2006); Bakhtin (2017); Compagnon (2014); Eagleton (2006); Certeau (1995); Luciano (2012); Oliveira, (2012); Cascudo (1953) and authors who belong to the rhetoric discursive chain, as for example, the rhetoric as Aristóteles (2005; 2016), Perelman & Tyteca (2005) Reboul (2000), Fiorin (2015) among others. Furthermore, we consider Bronkart (1999), Silva (2015) and Bezerril at al (2015). The results point out that the academic discourse describes the cordel as a poetic art which has a popular mark that renew itself and about the mark focuses several looks that are not always favorable. There are also innumerable possibilities of analysis to the theme considering it, in a moment as an instrument of claim social and political, one moment as mean of transmission of educative values useful to the pedagogical processes and so on... There are some who defend for its intrinsic qualities of resistance to the intellectual models nowadays highlighting its capacity to influence the hegemonic literature, the theatre, the cinema and the television. It is, indeed, from this gathering of impressions that the university researchers contribute to construct or renew the discursive representations of cordel. Concerning the argumentation in the discourse, we could realize some similarities in the manner of proceeding argumentatively. It is verified the fact that in the choice of the agreements with the imagined auditorium, in the strategies and argumentative movements of concordance with the thesis that was raised. Analogous process is conceived when the process happens and the denunciative mechanism pragmatics. However, concerning the of some of these discursive representations, the researcher seems less incisive that defend and admitting looks more varied and less assertive, as it happens with some groups of analyzed. With this we tried to contribute with those who value the academic studies around this subject and want to make it clearer the value, the function and the importance of the cordel in Brazil.

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  • BRUNO RAFAEL COSTA VENANCIO DA SILVA
  • Linguistic Variation in the Teaching of Spanish to Brazilians 

  • Líder : JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MARIA CELIA ROSA CASADO FRESNILLO
  • ANA BERENICE PERES MARTORELLI
  • CARLA AGUIAR FALCÃO
  • Data: 12-mar-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Spanish is spoken in more than 20 countries around the world and its ample linguistic diversity is one of its greatest riches. This phenomenon, in addition, is especially noted when we find distinct varieties that still preserve a common standard which makes possible, in most cases, intelligibility among speakers of different regions, primarily at the standard level. We hold that this fact should not be forgotten by Brazilian professional in the area of teaching this language when they are preparing their classes, developing materials and syllabi for their courses. The needs, likes and wants of our student, with respect to the knowledge of the linguistic varieties of Spanish and the geographic proximity of our country with the multi-dialectical surrounding of the Spanish language are sufficient reasons for rethinking this inclusion. Unfortunately, we observe homogenizing and Eurocentric tendencies that impede the pluralistic treatment of the Spanish language in Brazilian education. Thus, the objective of our research is to describe the panorama of Spanish language teaching in relation to the presence and treatment of the phenomenon of linguistic variation, specifically in the Brazilian Northeast, to detect the problems that involve their application and propose a list of contents of phonetic and grammatical variants for the three years of High School. To this end, we have collected data in different environments where linguistic variation may be found: Spanish teacher trainings, textbooks and in teachers’ beliefs, attitudes, knowledge of the teachers’ about this theme. Due to this diversity of fields of research, we use various methodological procedures in the development of the data collection and interpretation. This doctoral thesis is based on the theories on a diverse field of knowledge, and, above all, the studies on linguistic variation in the field of Sociolinguistics, such as Labov (2008), Tagliamonte (2006), López Morales (2015), Calvet (2011), Lucchesi (2004), Moreno Fernández (2009, 2012) and others who defend a plurality in teaching with respect to Spanish varieties such as Andión (2007, 2008, 2013, 2019, 2020), Andión y Casado (2014), Moreno Fernández (2004, 2007, 2010, 2017) and Acuña (2015). Results from our analysis show that the linguistic varieties of Spanish continue to be treated in an anecdotal way, superficially and non-systematically with regard to contents, despite the fact that professors in higher education courses, and teachers’ editions of textbooks emphasize its importance in the classroom.  Our list of proposed contents establishes criteria for the inclusion and the treatment of the main phenomena of phonetic-phonological and grammatical variation in our teaching context. Thus, we hope to contribute to aiding teachers of Spanish as a foreign language in Brazil, as they develop didactic materials, enabling them to find sociolinguistic and didactic information about the variants they intend to teach and reflect on in the books used.

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  • EUNICE MATIAS DO NASCIMENTO
  • CONCILIATION COURT HEARINGS: INTERACTIONAL ORGANIZATION AND PARAPHRASTIC REFORMULATION

  • Líder : MARISE ADRIANA MAMEDE GALVAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CAIO CÉSAR COSTA RIBEIRO MIRA
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • LUIZ ANTONIO DA SILVA
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MARISE ADRIANA MAMEDE GALVAO
  • Data: 30-abr-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This doctoral research focuses on aspects of interactional organization and textualized paraphrastic reformulations by speakers who alternate themselves in discursive coproduction in the context of conciliation court hearings. In legal settings, conciliation court hearings can be defined as oral events, carried out when the concerned parties take part in negotiations towards dispute resolution. In this way, our main objective consists of understanding how participants of an oral event construct textual or discursively such interactions when established in a context guided by specific directives. Thus, our specific objectives were set to identify, describe, analyze and interpret: i) the interactional organization of conciliation court hearings by means of turn dimensioning and factual sequencing; ii) paraphrastic reformulations; iii) formal aspects in the distribution and implementation of the paraphrase in the unraveling of speaker performance in textual reformulations; iv) semantic-functional aspects in the paraphrastic action by means of movements established in the matricial (M) and paraphrased (P) utterance(s). Consequently, and to a greater extent based on assumptions from Conversation Analysis and Text Linguistics, we sought to establish an understanding surrounding interactions in such hearings, considering them as activities in which it is possible to catch a glimpse of the diversity of (textual and discursive) choices made by the participants in the coproduction of meaning. In addition, we made a number of references to the guidelines included in legal documents (among which the Civil Procedure Code, the Resolution N. 125/2010 from the National Justice Council, and others) in order to make considerations concerning conciliation court hearings. In this context, and in terms of methodology, we have followed the principles of a qualitative and inductive approach in the course of our investigation, with the corpus being composed of four conciliation court hearings that occurred, more specifically, in the civil court of a judicial district of a city in the state of Rio Grande do Norte pertaining to alimony lawsuits. Following the propositions of Conversation Analysis, we recorded the hearings and transcribed their constitutive speeches, using for that purpose certain observations proposed by Marcuschi ([1986] 2003) and the normative system adopted by the Projeto de Norma Culta Urbana (NURC/SP) published in 14 volumes and mostly organized by Preti. The ensuing analyses highlight how the interactions among participants have occurred in such a way that it was possible to observe a pattern of turn management by the conciliator, who, in many occasions, made use of questions to organize the participation of the speakers during the hearings. Data shows that the hearings are held in a setting of higher formality, presenting a generally structured organization while not always following factual sequences of openings or closures. The analyses also yielded results that indicate that there were occurrences of paraphrastic reformulations in their discursive constitution. Such evidence is justified mostly by the need of the speakers to be understood in the interactional game established in the negotiations while bearing implications to the micro and macrotextual management of meaning. Therefore, we understand that such results show how there is a need that the goals of the interactants are achieved in the face of the conflicting situations thus experienced.

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  • BEATRIZ MENDES E MADRUGA
  • “TORTURE TRILOGY”: WOMEN AND THEIR DISCOURSES IN HELONEIDA STUDART’S NOVELS

  • Líder : ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MAURO DUNDER
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • PAULO CÉSAR THOMAZ
  • JOSE VILIAN MANGUEIRA
  • Data: 09-jun-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Between the 1970’s and 1980’s, writer and journalist Heloneida Studart published, among other works, three novels which she called “torture Trilogy”: O pardal é um pássaro azul (1975), O estandarte da agonia (1981), O torturador em romaria (1985). In these novels Studart tells of everyday lives against the backdrop of the Brazilian civil-military dictatorship. All three works grant protagonism to female figures; the first two are first-person narratives by the respective protagonists. The third book is narrated by a torturer who reminisces about different moments during the torture of political prisoners while planning a new present and future path for himself. The analysis of this trilogy made possible for us to point out different nuances around the female figures, which lead to an analysis mediated by two key guidelines: the discourses women say to one another through direct dialogue; and the female protagonist’s evolution throughout the plot. In order to support such analysis and to broaden our understanding, we resorted to the Bakhtin Circle’s theory with regards to methodological guidelines and concepts of discourse and language pertaining to Bakhtin (2015, 2016, 2017) and Medviédev (2012), mainly. In addition to Bakhtinian ideas, authors like Saffioti (2013, 2015), Butler (2017), Cisne (2012), hooks (2019), and Beauvoir (1980) support the analyses of such discourses and, above all, of the women characters. These analyses will be driven by detailing the plots in fortuitous, clarifying transcriptions. The conclusion of these analyses makes us notice two apparently opposite movements generated by the two key guidelines: direct speeches with conservative ideas whose direction is toward the stagnation of the female figure’s independence in society; and the evolution of female characters that shows the opposite path, the building up of independence, autonomy, and fearlessness. This apparent contradiction illustrates the female and feminist movement at that period and updates it, revealing the tension of discrepant forces that society still faces regarding female independence and women representations.

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  • MÁRCIA REGINA MENDES SANTOS
  • Letramentos: Estágio Supervisionado II em espaços educativos não escolares – projetos de letramento, agência e transformação social

  • Líder : MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • JOSILETE ALVES MOREIRA DE AZEVEDO
  • COSME BATISTA DOS SANTOS
  • CÉLIA ZERI DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 10-jun-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • O estágio é um espaço de investigação, reflexão e (re)construção de saberes e identidades. O objeto de estudo desta pesquisa, foi o Estágio Curricular Supervisionado II do curso de Letras da Universidade do Estado da Bahia (UNEB) que procurou ressignificar as práticas docentes, a partir da implementação de projetos de letramento em espaços educativos não escolares Nele, focalizam-se os projetos de letramento utilizados pelos estagiários na referida disciplina, observando o potencial desses dispositivos, especialmente nos processos de transformação revelados nesse trabalho docente. Teoricamente, a pesquisa está apoiada nos estudos do letramento de perspectiva etnográfica (STREET, 1984; BARTON, HAMILTON, 1993, 1998; KLEIMAN, 1995, 2000, 2006),  nas reflexões sobre o conceito de projeto de letramento, entendido como um dispositivo didático que pode contribuir para o redimensionamento das práticas didáticas e para o reposicionamento identitário do professor (OLIVEIRA, 2008; OLIVEIRA,  TINOCO, SANTOS, 2011; OLIVEIRA, 2016) e nos estudos sobre formação e profissionalização docente (NÓVOA, 1995; TARDIF, 2002). Metodologicamente, assenta-se na abordagem qualitativa e interpretativista de pesquisa (MOITA-LOPES, 2006). Os dados foram gerados por estagiários da turma do VI semestre do curso de Letras, turno vespertino, 2018.1. São analisados 04 Projetos de Letramento implementados pelos estagiários e documentos por eles produzidos durante e depois da implementação dos projetos, p. ex., materiais didáticos, depoimentos acerca da interação em sala de aula, notas de observação participante em sala de aula, além dos memoriais produzidos pelos estagiários depois da disciplina. O estudo sinaliza que a prática dos projetos de letramento aponta para uma mudança de postura acadêmica do professor de Língua Portuguesa em formação inicial, bem como para possíveis ressignificações no processo de ensino-aprendizagem da língua materna, uma vez que os projetos de letramento estão sistematicamente associados à noção de problema e enfatizam o caráter emancipatório das práticas letradas, além da transformação agentiva dos seus participantes (OLIVEIRA, 2010). Com essa visão, o momento do estágio representou também um período de apropriação e reelaboração de conhecimentos, em que a reflexão sobre a prática constitui um movimento de busca do conhecimento teórico que possibilitou novas escolhas pedagógicas ao futuro professor. Foi um momento que favoreceu a elaboração dos saberes necessários à ação docente, considerando-se que é na relação entre a teoria e a prática que eles são construídos e ou reelaborados.

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  • CID AUGUSTO DA ESCÓSSIA ROSADO
  • POWER, MEDIA AND SPEECH IN THE “CANONIZATION” OF CANGACEIRO JARARACA
  • Líder : MARLUCE PEREIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDGLEY FREIRE TAVARES
  • LAURENIA SOUTO SALES
  • MARCILIO LIMA FALCÃO
  • MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARLUCE PEREIRA DA SILVA
  • Data: 25-jun-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • About 50 cangaceiros led by Virgulino Ferreira da Silva, Lampião, tried to invade Mossoró-RN in 1927. The defense commanded by Mayor Rodolpho Fernandes defeated the bandits. One of them, José Leite de Santana, Jararaca, to whom they attribute monstrous crimes, such as throwing children into the air and trimming them on the tip of the dagger, was arrested and buried alive by the police, according to the most common version for his death. Since that year, the media has repeatedly resumed narratives that exalt local heroes to the detriment of enemies. The problematization is centered on the fact that, despite this supposed enunciative regularity, the speeches materialized in the press generated slidings, as Jararaca became a saint, obfuscating the defenders. Besides that, his tomb attracts the faithful and the curious, while few know where the mayor's is located, who saved the citizens from the lampiônica fury. The ruptures that led to such a phenomenon motivate this thesis whose objective is to identify, describe and analyze discursivities from which it is possible to extract evidence about the conditions of appearance, formation and continuity of the statements about the “canonization” of the bandit. For this purpose, a qualitative research with insertion in the interdisciplinary applied linguistic area was projected (MOTA LOPES, 2006). The theoretical basis starts from language studies, with Foucault (1987, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007a, 2007b and 2013), from whom concepts and procedures related to the method of discourse analysis, power, resistance and ostentation of torments; it involves social and historical theorizations, using Hobsbawm (2010), Fernandes (2009), Nonato (2007), Pericás (2010) and Falcão (2013) to understand banditry in the Northeast of Brazil; and seeks, in communication studies, especially in Maingueneau (2004), Sousa (2004), Traquina (2001, 2005), Thompson (2004), Charaudeau (2006), Wolf (2003), for clues to interpret the role of the media in the transformation from criminal to miracle worker. The provisional conclusion reached, due to the examination of the corpus formed by journalistic articles from 1927, 1977 and 2017, is that the Jararaca that inhabits the Mossoró imaginary is not man, it is a discourse about him, crossed by multiple influences in the subversion of the mechanisms of control, selection, organization and redistribution of signs from the official discourse from the State apparatus, by the quotidian discourse produced in the unstable peripheries in the turmoil of social relations, thanks to the agenda-setting process that has produced symbolic repercussions for almost 100 years.

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  • MIDIÃ ELLEN WHITE AQUINO
  • CONFIGURATIONS OF SPACE IN LITERATURE WRITTEN BY WOMEN: Maria Judite de Carvalho e Lygia Fagundes Telles

  • Líder : WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • LUCIANA ELEONORA CALLADO DEPLAGNE
  • MONA LISA BEZERRA TEIXEIRA
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • WIEBKE ROBEN DE ALENCAR XAVIER
  • Data: 22-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This dissertation presents a comparative study between the literary work of the writers Maria Judite de Carvalho (1921, Lisbon – 1998, Lisbon) and Lygia Fagundes Telles (1923, São Paulo –) and it aims at analyzing how the social space of female authorship is defined in the Portuguese-Brazilian literary field and how the narrative spaces are constructed in the short stories “Além do Quadro” and “As Palavras Poupadas”, by the Portuguese author, “Venha Ver o Pôr do Sol” and “Noturno Amarelo”, by the Brazilian writer, respectively. Therefore, this work was structured from two theoretical-methodological axes: the first one, based on Pierre Bourdieu (1996, 2003, 2012, 2015) and the ideas of the literary field and habitus, examines, from a sociological perspective, the trajectory of female authorship in heterogeneous contexts in order to understand the way in which Carvalho and Telles interpreted the period they lived as well as how such writers attained a place of consolidation in the Portuguese-Brazilian literary field. The second perspective of analysis focuses on the construction of space as a narrative category, as it seeks to examine how heterotopic spaces, according to Michel Foucault ([1967] 2001), are represented. Therefore, heterotopic places such as sanatoriums, asylums, cemeteries, mirrors, and gardens were studied, taking the relations between space and symbolic power in confrontation with the female bodies-spaces depicted in aforementioned short stories into consideration. Moreover, for the bodies of the female characters looked into this research are also viewed as heterotopies, some typologies were drawn in order to understand issues related to the symbolic violence that androcentric power imposes on women's body-space, for instance: ill body-space, unruly body-space, docile body-space, orphan body-space, objectified body-space, captive body-space, and guilty body-space. Through the analysis, it was thus observed that the spaces represented in the Juditian and Lygian narratives resound the context of oppression towards the female subject, once they are counter spaces that, when placed with the symbolic, translate fear and insecurity, silence and loneliness, as well as the precise anguish of women’s scripture.


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  • GABRIELA FERNANDES ALBANO
  • Variation and specialization of use in the concessive functional domain in the speech of Natal (RN) - a socio-functionalist approach

  • Líder : MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA REGINA MARTINS VALLE
  • ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • NARA JAQUELINE AVELAR BRITO
  • Data: 26-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The concessiveness is postulated as an argumentative and rhetorical movement (NEVES, 1999, 2000; NEVES, BRAGA, 2016) by which the voice of the interlocutor emerges in the discourse, and is also described, by grammarians (CUNHA, CINTRA, 2013, BECHARA, 1954, 2009) as an indication that a real or imaginary obstacle, presented in the concessive clause, was not strong enough to prevent the event presented in the main clause to occur. On this research, we have as object of study the variation of use between concessive conjunctions with apesar (apesar (de) que) and conjunctions with mesmo (mesmo que/assim, assim mesmo), extracted from sociolinguistic interviews in the FALA-Natal and found in greater numbers among the concessives present there. The FALA-Natal was constituted with members from the Natal speech community, stratified in sex, age and level of education. The main objective is to describe and analyze the concessive conjunctions context of occurrence based on syntactic, semantic-pragmatic, stylistic, discursive and social factors, and also to trace generalizations about possible specializations of use of these forms. On the theoretical basis, it is found the articulation of theoretical-methodological assumptions of the variational sociolinguistics, guiding the look at the phenomenon of variation and linguistic change in the use of concessive conjunctions, and the vision of the North American functionalism of grammar as an emergent entity, fluid and shaped by the use that is given in the day to day by the speakers to the linguistic items. Upon to this perspective, we developed a qualitative-quantitative research. The data quantification is done not only for the testing of the hypotheses, but also to allow both generalizations about the studied phenomenon and the results comparison of this research with other researches dealing with the same theme, and also in the search for indications of specialization in the use of concessive conjunctions. Our research involves the investigation of syntactic factors (mode-temporal correlation, sentence ordering, type of construct to which the conjunction is linked), semantic-pragmatics (semantic relations, domains of reading, identity between participants in the main clause and in the concessive clause), discursive (gender and subject) and social (sex, age and level of schooling). We used the Goldvarb X statistical package, which showed a more determinant influence of gender, education, modal correlation and discursive genre. The result shows that the expression of concessiveness performed by mesmo and apesar not only has a linguistic bias, but also a pragmatic-discursive and social one, and, in additionn it shows signs of change in progress.

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  • ANA CAROLINA MOURA MENDONÇA REZENDE
  • NIGHTMARE ANALYSIS: THE CARNIVALIZED TRAGEDYOF ROBERTO DRUMMOND'S SURREALIST NOVELO DIA EM QUE ERNEST HEMINGWAY MORREU CRUCIFICADO

  • Líder : ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA CRISTINA PINTO BEZERRA
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • LANAIZA DO NASCIMENTO SILVA ARAUJO
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • THAYS KEYLA DE ALBUQUERQUE
  • Data: 28-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In view of the narrative innovation of works characterized by the social and political fragility of Brazil during the dictatorial period, we propose the study of a novel from the 1970s highlighted, above all, by the subversion of the aesthetic structure itself. We established our selection to works from the 70s which presented in their structure a fantastic and surrealistic nature associated with aesthetic of experimentalism, so that the study was guided by a discussion of the formal engagement of this literary text, reaching other concepts common to novel works selected for this study: O diaem que Ernest Hemingway morreucrucificado (1978), by Minas Gerais author Roberto Drummond. The novel presented bring an experimentalism stood out by the supernatural element in the structure that, in a responsive way, manifests the engaged content of the literary text. Even amid an attempt to silence literature, many works from the 1970s, during the height of dictatorial violence, reported the regime through its unique aesthetic. The adoption of an unusual structure derived from the fantastic novel already acts in a way to subvert a traditional aesthetic of the novel - when it is reflected on the realistic perspective in accordance with Lukács(1969; 2009) - and, thus, to favor a structural homology capable of denouncing the absurd authoritarianism of the regime dictatorial political. In addition, the fantastic novel itself, in its hesitant constitution, when associated with other innovative aesthetic procedures, favors the opening of a new aesthetic perspective based on the non-sense, on the total absurdity revealed by the unconscious in an attempt to reveal a deeper truth, that is, revolutionary. This new constitution of the novel, called the surrealist novel, is characterized by the revolution of language in its connection with the oneiric. In the method proposed for this work, form is the means for establishing the content of a work of art. We take for thisdiscussiontheconceptionsof Lukács (1969; 2009), Adorno (2012); Watt (2010), Rosenfeld (1969) and Bakhtin (2015). In this sense, we think of the form as an aesthetic characteristic on which the engaged content is inserted and, therefore, such social engagement is inserted in a singular way in the compositional logic of the novel. Hence, the method of analysis of literary texts provides for a constant dialogue among this compositional structure, which encompasses the association between the formal configuration and the content, with the socio-political context of the 70s. Therefore, this study is elaborated as proposed by the Dialectical Criticism of Antonio Candido (2011b), which aims at the dialectical study of the work with the context, without, however, prioritizing the sociological study, however observing the way in which the narrative promotes a structural reduction of these external elements in order to make them participants in the aesthetic configuration that constitutes the novel.

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  • JOSELE JULIÃO LAURENTINO
  • Multifunctionality of TIPO in the speech of Natal/RN: Morphosyntactical functions versus interactional functions

  • Líder : MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAÚDIA ANDREA ROST SNICHELOTTO
  • ERICA REVIGLIO ILIOVITZ
  • MARIA ALICE TAVARES
  • MARIA JOSE DE OLIVEIRA
  • NEDJA LIMA DE LUCENA
  • Data: 28-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the light of North American functionalism, this thesis aims to obtain synchronic evidence of the grammaticalization path that TIPO is following in the speech of Natal/RN. Therefore, I described and analyzed morphosyntactic and interactional functions performed by this item in correlation to social and linguistic/textual factors.This research dialogues with variationist sociolinguistics, making use this theory proposals concerning linguistic change with regard to social and stylistic explanations. Data come from Fala-Natal Database, which is composed of 48 interviews stratified by age (8 to 12 years, 15 to 21 years, 24 to 45 years old, over 50 years old), sex (female, male) and educational level (elementary I, elementary II and high school). I identify 13 functions performed by TIPO. Four of them were classified as morphosyntactic: comparison, exemplification, explanation and conclusion. In these functions TIPO perform textual roles, connecting clauses with a greater degree of obligation in the structure. The other nine functions are interactional in nature. They are: elaboration marking, re-elaboration marking, informational imprecision marking, factual introduction, emphasis marking, approximate delimitation, direct quote introduction, sequencing marking and clarification request. In these functions TIPO performs more interpersonal roles, expressing attitudes of the speaker towards the listener. I organized the functions of TIPO in a continuum of (inter)subjectification from more subjective meanings to more intersubjective ones. This continnum seems to uncover the stages of the trajectory of grammaticalization followed by TIPO. Besides, older morphosyntactic functions and more recent interactional functions were quantitatively contrasted with regard to age, gender, sentence scope and textual sequence. The results showed a distinct behavior of the morphosyntactic and interactional functions of TIPO as for these factors.

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  • TERESA PAULA DE CARVALHO LEÔNCIO
  • RESPONSIVE POETICS OF POEART POETS IN INTERACTION: HOW MANY POETS DOES A SCHOOL NEED?

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • GRENISSA BONVINO STAFUZZA
  • KALINA ALESSANDRA RODRIGUES DE PAIVA
  • LUCIANE DE PAULA
  • RISOLEIDE ROSA FREIRE DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 29-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • n order to constitute a significant pedagogical experience of the teaching of literature in the context of classes at the IFRN, at the campus Natal Zona Norte, in 2017 the researcher and a group of collaborators prepared a competition in order to disseminate the original authorial poetic production of contemporary poets and belonging to a current and lasting interaction circuit for all. Due to this experience, the following object of study and respective research questions were established: 1. The literary contest of poems project entitled ‘PoeArt de verso a verso’; 1.1. how the interaction, production and textual reading of the project members (organizing team) of the ‘PoeArt de Verso a Verso’ Literary Contest took place; 1.2. how the interaction, production and textual reading between the researcher and two poets from and discovered by the competition ‘PoeArt de Verso a Verso’ took place. The thesis assumes as a general objective to investigate the actions implemented in the context of the 2017 ‘PoeArt de Verso a Verso’ poem contest, regarding the interaction that took place between the members of the organizing group for the contest and the consequent relationship/interaction that took place and that happens with the poets revealed and divulged by PoeArt. Therefore, the following specific objectives are: a) to analyze the beam of social interaction and the texts arising from it in the context of the making of the literary contest; b) analyze the performance of the poet-educator as one of the author profiles of two poets from the competition. Our theoretical support is anchored in the production of Bakhtin and the Circle who defend literature as a social phenomenon inserted in the culture of ideologically marked and ethically implicated discourses. Our methodological anchorage is based on Applied Linguistics and on authors who establish the link between Bakhtin, the Circle and significantly situated analysis methods. The corpus of the research was analyzed in the light of categories that reveal the importance of the poetic statement for the trajectory of the historical subjects who made and make ‘PoeArt de Verso a Verso’.

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  • LEONILDO LEAL GOMES
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    THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE POINT OF VIEW AND THE PHENOMENON OF ENUNCIATIVE RESPONSIBILITY IN SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MARIA MARGARETE FERNANDES DE SOUSA
  • ROSANGELA ALVES DOS SANTOS BERNARDINO
  • SUELI CRISTINA MARQUESI
  • Data: 30-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The thesis presents the results of research on the construction of point of view (PDV) and the phenomenon of enunciative responsibility (RE) in scientific articles in the context of undergraduate pedagogy. In this direction, our investigation sought to answer the following questions: 1. How does the scientific article genre, which constitutes the corpus of this thesis, materialize textually, regarding the text plan and the textual sequences? 2. Which linguistic marks mobilize the construction of point of view (PDV)? 3. How does enunciative responsibility manifest itself through linguistic marks and enunciative devices? We set, therefore, as a general objective to describe and interpret linguistic-discursive marks that demonstrate the role of the first speaker-enunciator (L1/E1) in argumentative organization and orientation. From the general objective, 4 (four) specific objectives unfolded that guided the steps of this investigation: describe the functioning of the macro-textual and mesotextual levels, as well as the dominant textual sequence(s) in the scientific articles that constitute the corpus; identify, describe, and analyze the linguistic marks that mobilize the construction of point of view (PDV); analyze enunciative responsibility; interpret the relationships between enunciative stances and the engagement/distancing movement of L1/E1 in scientific articles. We situate ourselves within the scope of textual linguistics, considering it a subdomain of discourse analysis (AD), in addition to studies on enunciation, which implies adopting the theoretical assumptions of Bakhtin (2014[1929]), Adam (2011a[2008], 2019), Rabatel (2010, 2016), and Guentchéva (1994). We initially start from the conception of discourse genre and dialogism proposed by Bakhtin (2014), however we consider the notion of Rabatelian point of view of paramount importance to answer the research questions. Based on the research questions, the objectives, and the theoretical framework adopted, we proposed to analyze 35 scientific articles extracted from the digital repository of the Education Center (CE) of the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), which constitute the end-of-course work (TCC) of a degree in Pedagogy. Our analysis was restricted to the theoretical foundation section of the corpus, because we consider it the most evident space for the polyphony phenomenon among the various sections that constitute the scientific article genre. We then select six linguistic marks: the person indexes, the forms of speech representation, the modalities, the spatial clauses, the verb tenses, the indication of mediating frames, and the autonymic modalization, which allow us to elucidate the phenomenon of SR and to describe the enunciative strategies and devices operated by L1/E1 in his project of saying. The data analysis revealed that, from the specific context of the textual production of scientific articles as TCC, the argumentative sequence predominates among the others, because the very nature of the analyzed section, by putting in dialogue several voices on a specific theme, imposes to the L1/E1 to take a position, making adoptions, refusals or ponderings to the several theories evidenced. Finally, as for the analyzed categories, we recognize the prevalence of indirect speech, introduced by the mediators second and for to the detriment of the others, in addition to the dicendi verbs of distinct nature (affirm and say), which imply the distancing of the L1/E1 on the propositional content of the voice summoned by him.

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  • CÉLIA MARÍLIA SILVA
  • UNFORESEEN OF FEAR: A STUDY OF GUIMARÃES ROSA’S NARRATIVES

  • Líder : ANDREY PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • ELRI BANDEIRA DE SOUSA
  • MANOEL FREIRE RODRIGUES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • ROSANNE BEZERRA DE ARAUJO
  • Data: 30-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this work, we looked for analysed the aesthetic representation of the fear in João Guimarães Rosa’s narratives. The present work was divided into two parts: the first one corresponds to the examination of the fear that invades childhood's universe in “Campo Geral” and ends with the adult character in “Buriti”; the second part comprises an analysis how fear presents itself into the elderly’s universe in two distinct stories: “A benfazeja” and “Os chapéus transeuntes”. Therefore, the main objective was analysing the fear felt or caused by the characters in the narratives, on the perspective of understanding how it takes hold in the stories and articulates with cultural, historical and social segments structurally printed on them. Moreover, we seek to understand how the fear shows itself in the literary language, admitting mystical, religious and philosophical functions onto the characters, sometimes changing the way they think, how they are aware of themselves and circumstances in which they live. For the specific study about fear, the following works were used: Delumeau (2009) in História do medo no ocidente; Myra y López (2012) in Quatro gigantes da alma: medo, ira, amor, dever and Michel de Montaigne (2010) in “Sobre o medo”.

     

    Guimarães Rosa. Narrative. Fear. Child. Elderly.

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  • FRANCILENA ALBUQUERQUE SILVA
  • The process of constructing the meaning of cartoons. A frame-based approach. 

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO ROBERTO GONÇALVES SEGUNDO
  • ERIK FERNANDO MILETTA MARTINS
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • RICARDO YAMASHITA SANTOS
  • SOLANGE COELHO VEREZA
  • Data: 20-sep-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the development process of human cognition, it is necessary to consider the integration of the body, brain and environment. Based on this perspective, according to Duque (2015), the way we build concepts is related to the way we act in the environment, since our cognition is distributed throughout the body and beyond. Thus, the conceptualization process develops and establishes itself as we develop the capacity to act in the environment around us. For this reason, we are able to develop and refine our language, which somehow organizes the cognitive system. Based on this, the main objective of this study is to demonstrate how cognitive mechanisms (frames, imagery schemes and mental spaces) work together to build meanings in cartoons. The main objective of this research will be achieved through the following specific objectives: to describe how frames, I-schemes and mental spaces act together in the process of constructing the meaning of cartoons; identify how the frames are articulated and connected for the understanding of the cartoons, for this we observe the behavior of the schematic patterns; demonstrate what is the role of mental spaces so that cartoons are understood; to investigate the role of conceptual blending in the process of understanding cartoons; show how verbal and non-verbal clues work within the process of constructing meanings in cartoons. As it is fundamental for our research, we embrace as a theoretical foundation the ecological perspective of cognition and language defended by Duque (2015,2016,2017,2018), especially with regard to human cognitive processes, responsible for the construction of the meaning of discourse through of frames. In addition to this perspective, we search for other theoretical foundations such as George Lakoff's assumption of embodied language (1987, 1990, 1999). We researched the notion of frame as a cognitive structure defended by authors such as Fillmore (1965, 1967, 1977, 1979, 1982, 1985), Lakoff; Gallese (2005) and Lakoff (2008). We focus on the definition of the imagery scheme presented by Lakoff (1987), Johnson (1987), Gibbs; Colston (2006), Mandler (2004, 2005), Mandler; Cánovas (2014) and Grady (205). Finally, we deepened our studies looking at Fauconnier's Theory of Mental Spaces (1994,1997) and Fauconnier's Conceptual Merge Theory; Turner (2002) explanations about the creative and imaginative aspects of the human mind, since these aspects are developed in the cognitive movements carried out by the brain in the search for construction of the meaning of discourse, mainly in the construction of meaning in the discursive category of cartoon.

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  • CARLOS HENRIQUE DA SILVA
  • THE FORMATIVE PROCESS OF CAREGIVERS OF THE ELDERLY:

    THE PORTFOLIO AS AN ARTIFACT OF LITERACY

     

  • Líder : ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • GILSON DE VASCONCELOS TORRES
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MARLUCIA BARROS LOPES CABRAL
  • NADIA MARIA SILVEIRA COSTA DE MELO
  • Data: 20-sep-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The increase in people's life expectancy is a topic already noticed in developed countries and now it is also noticed in Brazil. This is why it has aroused the interest of researchers on the subject of aging. This implies that in the coming decades there will be a significant percentage of elderly people who will need specialized care. The natural aging process promotes changes in the body due to chronic-degenerative diseases that accompany old age. From this context, there is a need to qualify elderly caregivers in order to meet this growing demand. In this thesis, the focus of investigation is the training process for elderly caregivers' activities as literacy events. The training course chosen for this investigation was offered by the School of Health of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (ESUFRN), through the National Program for Access to Technical Education and Employment (PRONATEC). In methodological terms, the study is included within the field of Applied Linguistics (MOITA LOPES, 2009; 2016) and follows a qualitative research data approach with an interpretive perspective. (BODGAN; BIKLEN, 1994 and MINAYO, 2002). The corpus consists of portfolios produced by ten trainees and a questionnaire applied to research participants. Regarding the theoretical foundations, the investigation is based on the assumptions of Literacy Studies as a social practice (HEATH, 1983; BARTON, 1991, 1994; STREET, 2006; BARTON; HAMILTON, 2000, KLEIMAN, 1995, 2005); in discussions on Health Literacy (PAZ, 2008; SILVA, 2013; MELO, 2016); Studies alluding to the use of the portfolio (CARVALHO; PORTO, 2005; AMBRÓSIO, 2013; 2015). Data analysis point to the relevance of the training process of elderly caregivers, more precisely the elderly caregivers course promoted through the ESUFRN/PRONATEC as well as the production of portfolios as an artifact of literacy - produced by the course participants - in addition to completing a Course Conclusion Work (TCC). They also describe their training path in it, reflect on the contents studied, and its possible implications for work practice. It includes the changes in attitude they must assume when exercising the profession, which signals the use of portfolios as an artifact/training device. In terms of contributions, this work contributes to the expansion of discussions related to literacy as a craft on the rise in the labor market. It contributes notably to issues involving the training and work activities of elderly caregivers.

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  • FRANCISCA VANEÍSE ANDRADE FERNANDES
  • Teaching argumentation in literacy projects

  • Líder : GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANGELA DEL CARMEN BUSTOS ROMERO DE KLEIMAN
  • DOROTEA FRANK KERSCH
  • GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • ISABEL CRISTINA MICHELAN DE AZEVEDO
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • Data: 23-sep-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Argumentation is a fundamental competence for citizens to defend points of view, fight for rights, modify preexisting situations and statutes, being necessary for the strengthening of democracy. In this sense, thinking about the teaching of argumentation that presupposes this experience means focusing on social practice and the development of critical thinking. In order to contribute to this reflection, this thesis has the general objective of investigating the configuration of the argumentation teaching-learning process in literacy projects. Therefore, we outline some specific objectives: (i) to analyze argumentation as a social practice, experienced in the literacy projects developed; (ii) identify skills related to the competency of argumentation mobilized in these projects; (iii) to map the principles of teaching argumentation within the developed literacy projects. In order to achieve our goals, this research-action, with a qualitative approach and an ethnographic approach, takes an interpretative perspective, is anchored in Applied Linguistics and is based on literacy studies from a sociocultural perspective and on argumentation with an interactional basis. The investigation participants are 3rd-grade high school students from a public school in the state of Rio Grande do Norte and, in the process, we had the collaboration of teachers, principals, coordinators and school employees, in addition to agents outside the school environment: professionals from the State Department of Education and Culture (Secretaria Estadual de Educação e Cultura / SEEC-RN) and a researcher from the Letramentos e Contemporaneidade group. The instruments used for data generation were: participant observation, field notes, audio/video recordings, photographs, semi-structured questionnaires. From the data analysis, the following principles emerged: activities/genres network; argumentation/argumentativeness; construction of the counterword; mobilization of skills/competencies. The results highlight that the teaching of argumentation through literacy projects enables the experience of argumentation as a social practice.

     

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  • FERNANDO DA SILVA CORDEIRO
  • Nouns ending in -nte on a diachronic view: a functional usage-based approach.

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLOS ALEXANDRE VICTORIO GONÇALVES
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MARIA CLAUDETE LIMA
  • MARIANGELA RIOS DE OLIVEIRA
  • NATIVAL ALMEIDA SIMÕES NETO
  • Data: 04-nov-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this thesis, we analyze the nominalizing construction represented by the scheme [[X]V – nte]N, which allows the formation of deverbal nouns and adjectives in Portuguese, like governante, seguinte e representante, and finds roots in the Latin present participle. We aim to describe the formal and functional characteristcs of this construction, as well as to seek the semantic-cognitive and discursive-pragmatic motivations involved in its use, especially in relation to the recategorization of the participle form into nouns and adjectives. We defend that the nouns in –nte instantiate a form-meaning pairing. The participle-name trajectory is multidirectional, and the categorical fluctuation between adjective and noun is motivated, above all, by metonymic projections. Our theoretical support is the Usage Based Functional Linguistics, in the terms of Furtado da Cunha, Bispo e Silva (2013) and Oliveira and Rosário (2016), which incorporates the theoretical model of Grammar of Constructions, as proposed by Goldberg (1995, 2006), Croft (2001), Traugott and Trousdale (2013), Hilpert (2014). It is diachronic research, whose data consist of different textual configurations in Portuguese, written between the 13th and 20th centuries. Methodologically, we characterize this research as basic in nature, whose approach is eminently qualitative, with quantitative support; as for the objectives, it is descriptive-explanatory research. The results reveal an increase in the frequency of use of the construction over time, both in terms of token and in terms of type. Among the most relevant formal properties, we can cite the absence of significant changes in the morphosyntactic structure of the formal pattern; the presence of Latin verb lexemes in the construction verb slot; and the partial inheritance of the verb-base argument structure, which is, in some contexts, conditioned by semantic-cognitive and discursive-pragmatic motivations. Among the functional properties, we identified that less agentive bases are more frequent in adjective formations, while more agentive bases are more common with nouns. We found at least four meanings of construction: circumstantial, aspectual, evaluative and agentive, which are established through the interaction of morphosyntactic, semantic-cognitive and pragmatic factors. The processes of (inter)subjectivity and pragmatic inference are crucial for the expansion of the meaning of the instantiations of the construction in the contexts which they occur, as evidenced by the positive and negative evaluations carried out in the use of some constructs. Metaphorical and metonymic projections are also important mechanisms for the semantic extension of the constructs. We characterize the construction as partially schematic, with relatively high productivity and intermediate compositionality. Formal and functional evidences that points to the recategorization of the participle present in nouns, in a process of multidirectional change. We attribute the categorical fluctuation between the lexical categories of adjective and noun to metonymic mappings. Both in the recategorization of the present participle and in the categorical fluctuation, the underlying mechanism of change is that of neoanalysis. 

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  • ALBANYRA DOS SANTOS SOUZA
  • Social Voices in Research on Reading and Writing in Cyberspacce

  • Líder : MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE CEZINALDO ROCHA BESSA
  • MARIA BERNADETE FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • SAMUEL DE CARVALHO LIMA
  • Data: 24-nov-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The growing number of researchers focusing on the influence of technologies in the social practice of language use and in the teaching and learning processes stimulates, each time, to believe that the use of technology is already a reality to the social subjects life and in the practices of teaching and learning languages. Reflecting about this thematic, this study makes a literature review based on the magazines Linguagem e Ensino, Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada and Trabalhos em Linguística Aplicada, that publishes about the relation between technology and language teaching. This study investigates 90 scientific articles published from 2011 to 2020, whose objective is to systematize researches in Applied Linguistic considering cyberspace chronotope and recognize teaching level of those studies; to identify social voices related to digital technologies that guide digital reading and writing practices in our time; to understand how those voices is axiologically related to one another; and to think about signals of hypermodern times that characterize the cyberspace chronotope. This research has theoretical bases in the Bakhtin Circle related to chronotype, verbal utterance and ethic act (BAKHTIN, 2011, 2014, 2016, 2017; VOLOCHÍNOV, 2017) in dialog to the virtual universe (LÉVY, 2011), cyberspace (LÉVY, 1998, 2010), hypermodern times (LIPOVETSKY; CHARLES, 2004; ROJO; BARBOSA, 2015) and the liquid modernity (BAUMAN, 2001). Results show the relation between space-time in the process of changing. In the educational cyberspace chronotope, researches point to diverse social spaces responsible for the research building. In addition to this, hypermodern times act at the same time in those spaces, resulting in many studies about problems focusing on the use of technologies in the language teaching. The social voices axiologically composed about reading and writing in a technological context are in dialog and they stimulate a critical reflection about the role of technology in the social and educational scope.

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  • EUCLIDES MOREIRA NETO
  • Analysis of textual-discursive representations in „Captain Dreyfus process‟, first chapter of Rui Barbosa‟s „Letters from England‟.

  • Líder : LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANAHY SAMARA ZAMBLANO DE OLIVEIRA
  • ANANIAS AGOSTINHO DA SILVA
  • LUIS ALVARO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MARIA ELIETE DE QUEIROZ
  • MARIO LOURENCO DE MEDEIROS
  • Data: 03-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • ABSTRACT
    The thesis “Analysis of textual-discursive representations in „Captain Dreyfus process‟, first chapter of Rui Barbosa‟s „Letters from England‟” has as its aim to analyse and describe the linguistical phenomenon of the textual-discursive representations (TDR) and its argumentation. This goal is ramified in three specific objectives: 1) to identify the textual- discursive representations from Dreyfus and from the degradation in the TDR-enunciation, 2) to analyse and describe the lexicon and its argumentation in order to 3) interpret the textual- discursive representation through the semantic categories of analysis (predication, referencing, modularization, modification and localization). The research finds its perspective within the greater area of Text Linguistic, specifically considering the “co(n)textual meaning production” based on the Textual Analysis of Discourse introduced by the studies of Adam (2011). It recurs simultaneously to the Natural Logic by Grize (1990, 1993), being those its main theorical perspectives. The Text Linguistic is an area of studies that makes the text its research object. The Textual Analysis of Discourse is a theorical proposition in which the co(n)textual meaning must be supported on the analysis of concrete texts. There are four questions to be answered after the analyses: first – the lexicon chosen by Rui Barbosa in the TDRs construction has argumentative value in the meaning in which it has been textualized? Second – is there immanence of meaning between the lexicon and the argumentation? Third – what is the argumentative role of analogies in the construction of the TDRs? And fourth – “schematization” by Grize and “Discursive Representation” by Adam are equivalent semantic categories and what distinctions can be found between those two concepts? Considering the objectives of this research and such questions, a hypothesis was formulated in the following terms: in every text, there was profuse argumentation in the chosen vocabulary. Therefore, the Textual-Discursive Representations, as constructed by operations such as lexical-analysis, predication, referencing, modularization, modification and localization, carry a strong argumentative trace that is immanent in the textualized meanings. The methodology of the research was based on a qualitative and quantitative approach, descriptive in relation to the objectives and the bibliographical procedures. The methodology was made effective with the identification of the TDR-enunciations, collected from the corpus and disposed in a specific chart. The text was stablished, its lines were counted and a text plan was attributed following the textual themes; then, an analysis frame was created, in which the enunciator, the theme under scrutiny and the categories were identified. The analyses proceeded in a descriptive manner and the predications, besides being described, were schematized in conformity with the centrality of the verb for its arguments. On the theme “Dreyfus”, 34 TDR-enunciations were analysed. The theme “degradation ceremony” went through the same process, resulting in 16 TDRs. The results were organized in regard to the objectives of this study: the TDRs were identified, organized and analysed; their meanings were described in its argumentative content; the lexicon used was interpreted based on its meaning and on its argumentation value. The research questions were responded: the lexicon is argumentative, because there is immanence between its meaning and its argumentation and it is verified that the analogies are relevant in the argumentative orientation. The referencing ramifies, as does the predication, following the suggestion of Oliveira, A (2014). The modification was specified.

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  • HERYZÂNYA ALVES RAMALHO
  • Genre Pedagogy from the Sydney School in Brazilian Integrated Technical High School teaching: A Proposal for the English Language Curriculum 

  • Líder : JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • BEATRIZ ALVES PAULO CAVALCANTI
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • KAREN ANDRESA TEIXEIRA SANTORUM
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 09-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This doctoral research aims to propose ways of adapting the Genre Pedagogy from the Sydney School to the context of Technical Integrated Courses offered by IFRN regarding their English Language subjects. For this reason, the work is anchored in the studies derived from the Genre and Register Theory (MARTIN; ROSE, 2007; 2008; ROSE; MARTIN, 2012; ROSE, 2015b; 2017a; 2017b), and, consequently, the concepts of Systemic Functional Linguistics (HALLIDAY, 1978; 1993;1994; HALLIDAY; MATTHIESSEN, 2014). This study also consists of a qualitative documental and bibliographical research (NUNAN, 2008; MENEZES ET AL., 2019). Therefore, the proposal of this work involves the identification of the genres pointed out by official instruments of Brazilian education such as the National Common Curricular Base (BNCC) and the Brazilian High School National Exam (ENEM), which are guiding documents, especially in terms of High School education. Besides, the official discipline-orienting document from IFRN, the Working Plan of the High School subjects (PTDEM), was also analyzed in that sense. The following step is to adequate the identified genres to the English curricular programs in the IFRN integrated courses, and also suggest ideas of relating these genres to the technological axes of the given courses. The data analysis indicates, so far, that the genres suggested by BNCC are separated according to the skills that are supposed to be worked on in the English subject (oral comprehension, oral production, reading, and writing). The results also show that those genres belong to all the kinds of families used in the Sydney School programs and more.

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  • CHRISTIELEN DIAS DA SILVA TIBURCIO
  • Narrative for Digital Games: A characterization from the perspective Pedagogy of the Sydney School based on  Genres

  • Líder : JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • BEATRIZ ALVES PAULO CAVALCANTI
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • KAREN ANDRESA TEIXEIRA SANTORUM
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 10-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aims to characterize the Narrative for Digital Games (NDG) as a genre, establishing a relationship between the concepts of Systemic-Functional Linguistics (HALLIDAY; MATTHIESSEN, 2014; EGGINS, 2004; GOUVEIA, 2009; FUZER; CABRAL, 2014), Sydney School Genre-based Pedagogy (MARTIN, ROSE, 2008; ROSE; MARTIN, 2012), and Ludology (FRASCA, 1999; FIELD, 2001; JENKINS, 2003; JUUL, 2003; BRAND; KNIGHT, 2005; VOGLER, 2015; BRANCO; PINHEIRO, 2006; AASERTH, 2012; among others), from texts instantiated in the videogames Life is Strange (Square Enix, 2015) and The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt (CD Projekt RED, 2015), so to adapt the Reading to Learn program (ROSE; MARTIN, 2012) to the context of teaching and learning English as an additional language in an Integrated Technical High School course in Digital Games Programming. This thesis is a qualitative and quantitative research with participant observation by the researcher. Despite its qualitative and inductive character, a quantitative instrument was used to analyze the occurrence of processes in the narratives of the games. The following procedures for data generation, discussion and analysis were established: bibliographical research on concepts related to genres and Narrative, from the perspective of Sydney School’s Genre-based Pedagogy, developed from the SFL, as well as on the concepts about NDG from Ludology; ludological analysis of the narratives of LIS and TW3; mapping the schematic structure of the genre NDG, from LIS and TW3; analysis of texts instantiated in those videogames, from lexicogrammatical system of Transitivity; proposal of applicability of the Teaching and Learning Cycle (ROSE; MARTIN, 2012) for the context of that course. The results show that the NDG, instantiated in the videogames LIS and TW3, has the obligatory and optional stages of the Narrative mapped by Martin and Rose (2008), including the optional stage proposed by Eggins (2004). Additional phases that have specific functions, related to ludic elements of games were identified in addition to phases common to traditional narratives. There was also a greater occurrence of material processes in both narratives of the games, and some clauses in these texts were analyzed using the Transitivity System (HALLIDAY, MATTHIESSEN, 2014; FUZER, CABRAL, 2014). After characterizing the NDG genre, this study presents a proposal to apply the Teaching and Learning Cycle of the Reading to Learn program for the context of teaching and learning English in an Integrated Technical course in Digital Games Programming.

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  • ALCIONE DA SILVA SANTOS
  • THE SHORT FILM GENRE WRITING PROCESS AS A TOOL FOR DEVELOPING CRITICAL AWARENESS

  • Líder : MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSIAS PEREIRA DA SILVA
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA AUGUSTA GONÇALVES DE MACEDO REINALDO
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • NATHAN NASCIMENTO CIRINO
  • Data: 10-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Nowadays, the image has taken, gradually, a strong impact, once the photos and videos has been distributed in different media on an astonishing speed. In this scenario, a short video report or a short story can have a repercussion, either beneficial, or devastating among the young people. Thus, the audiovisual culture is something strongly involved. It can be seen in viral videos around on app with instant messaging, on social networks, on TV and in movies. About the last one, there is known that movies, before filmed, are built from various verbal and iconic texts. Hence as a reference, this research elects, as an object of investigation, the movie genre, short film, and, consequently, some other genres which are constitutive from: synopsis, beat sheet, screenplay and storyboard. which can be used to film the short fiction movie. In general, the study aims to understand the writing process to create and produce a short film in the context of teaching the Portuguese language to high school students. Specifically, our goals, in the research are: 1) Analyze the processes of genre writing that can be used to build the short film genre in classroom contexts of Portuguese language teaching; 2) Discuss the contributions of Literacy Workshops (LW) could offer as work for textual genre that are constitutive of the short fiction film and; 3) Identify forms of intertextuality present in the texts production created for the short film genre performed by high school students. As a theoretical support, we relied on Kleiman (1995; 2000), Oliveira (2008; 2010), Santos-Marques and Kleiman (2019), Cabral (2016; 2019), Bazerman (2006; 2007), Bawarshi and Reiff (2013). Methodologically, we were inserted into the field of Applied Linguistics (MOITA LOPES, 2006. KLEIMAN, 2013), we were guided by the qualitative-interpretative research paradigm (MOREIRA & CALEFF, 2008; MOITA LOPES, 1994), and we decided for the approach known as active research (THIOLLENT, 2003). The resources used for the data generation, were the audio and video recording of the classes developed in the literacy workshops that were taught in 2019 and the film itself. Accordingly to the instruments, the following data were generated: transcription of classes and interviews, the textual genres written to create the short film titled Sara’s Silence and the film itself. The analysis of the data suggests the dialogue between the theoretical foundations and the interpretation made of the corpus; moreover, it also suggests that literacy workshops are a relevant device for the didactic-pedagogical purpose, which, in our case, is the writing process of the constituent genres of the short film genre of fiction. The Work in this last one, also, benefits the student’s critical abilities, as its production requires adaptations guided by reflection on the existing conditions in the school for the film realization and on the texts used to build it.

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  • CAROLINA NICÁCIA OLIVEIRA DA ROCHA
  • LITERACY PRACTICES MOBILIZED IN A VIRTUAL CLASSROOM BY BASIC EDUCATION TEACHERS OF THE FEDERAL NETWORK

  • Líder : MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • ANA VIRGINIA LIMA DA SILVA ROCHA
  • MARIA AUGUSTA GONÇALVES DE MACEDO REINALDO
  • NADIA MARIA SILVEIRA COSTA DE MELO
  • Data: 15-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In light of the new global scenario brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Internet became an essential tool for everyone, including for educators to teach classes remotely. Amid these challenging circumstances, virtual classrooms make for a stimulating research subject. Based on this, we established the general goal of discussing literacy practices used in remote teaching by teachers at a combined secondary-vocational school. Anchored in Applied Linguistics, based on the qualitative approach (BOGDAN; BIKLEN, 1994), of an ethnographic nature, (PAIVA, 2019), our research study’s collaborators were three Instituto Federal da Paraíba teachers. Our research instruments were fieldnotes, a survey, an interview and didactic material (exercises and slides) made available by our collaborators during virtual classes. The theoretical framework we adopted was the concept of literacy and its constituent elements, such as events, practices and agents (STREET, 1993, 2001, 2003, 2013; HEATH, 1982; HAMILTON, 2000; KLEIMAN, 1995, 2001); the notion of didactic gestures (MESSIAS; DOLZ, 2015; NASCIMENTO, 2011); the critical pedagogy approach (FREIRE, 1987; FREIRE; MACEDO, 1990; GIROUX, 1990; MCLAREN, 2005); education in remote teaching (ARRUDA, 2020; HODGES et al., 2020); and the notion of professional and digital identity (BAUMAN, 2005; HALL, 2006; KLEIMAN, 2006; IZA, et. al., 2014; FRANK; CONCEIÇÃO, 2021; GOROSPE et al., 2015). Our exploration of the data identified the categories presented by Hamilton (2000), namely: visible elements – participants, environments, artifacts and activities; and non-visible elements – occult participants, domains, resources and routines. The analysis of the collected data indicated a mobilization on the part of teachers towards reading, writing and oral practices during remote classes. To create subjects of study and to have students understand these subjects, our collaborators made use of didactic gestures. This way, they managed to devise situations, by activating bodies of knowledge, intended to introduce literacy practices for the professional lives of students. Their practices denoted a more critical, more reflective approach to education in that they attempted to open a dialogue with and draw the attention of students. With respect to identity, the analysis shows that teachers have multifaceted identities due to the influence of different factors and contexts (family, school, experiences, interactions). These identities can be built unconsciously and/or consciously, if one has decided which profession to join. In the latter case, the actions of the teachers they once had are observed and reflected upon. Remote teaching required our collaborators to acquire new knowledge and skills, to be patient and to exercise discernment, in order to meet the new challenges that were presented, such as: a scarcity of didactic and human resources; students who lacked motivation/commitment; and meager feedback. We found that remote teaching taught, posed a challenge to and required teachers to tap into all of their bodies of knowledge to keep it moving forward.

25
  • PRISCILA DO VALE SILVA
  • ECOLITERACY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: the Scout Movement in the Ponta do Tubarão State Reserve.

  • Líder : MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA MARIA DE OLIVEIRA PAZ
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA DO SOCORRO OLIVEIRA
  • MARLUCIA BARROS LOPES CABRAL
  • NADIA MARIA SILVEIRA COSTA DE MELO
  • RAMIRO GUSTAVO VALERA CAMACHO
  • Data: 16-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Historically, reading and writing seem to have their legitimacy circumscribed only to the school institution, to the point that many literacy practices carried out outside it are socially invisible, especially when its agents are also such. However, in the graphocentric society in which we live, the countless forms of interaction established through language are increasingly evident, especially in spaces beyond the school. Considering that we are subjects of knowledge and that our relationships with the world occur through actions exchanged by reading, writing and speaking, this work aims to establish a fruitful dialogue between the literacies constituted in the Scout Movement, in the Group of Scouts of the Sea Alferes Cassiano Martins (GEMACM), and the community in which it is inserted, which is Barreiras, district of Macau, in the interior of the State of Rio Grande do Norte. Inserted in the context of the Ponta do Tubarão State Sustainable Development Reserve (RDSEPT), our general research objective is to understand how literacy located outside the school context can interact with school literacy and contribute to sustainable development in RDESPT. For this purpose, we seek, as specific objectives, to identify types of literacy (re)constructed in Scout activities that enhance a critical education integrated to the environment and reflect on the interrelationships that can be established between formal and non-formal educational agencies, such as schools and the Scout Movement. With a qualitative approach, in this study we take the perspective of socio-environmental research (ALMEIDA; HAYASHI, 2020), from which we developed an Ecoliteracy Project with the members of the GEMACM, starting from an important environmental issue for them and for the other residents, who it is the improper dumping of cooking oil on the reserve's soil. Theoretically, we base the research on Literacy studies (BARTON; HAMILTON, 1993; BARTON; LEE, 2015; DANTAS, 2012; HAMILTON, 2000; KALANTZIS; COPE; PINHEIRO, 2020; KLEIMAN, 1995, 2000, 2006, KLEIMAN; SITO, 2016; MCLAREN, 1977; OLIVEIRA, 2008, 2010a, 2010b, 2016; OLIVEIRA; TINOCO; SANTOS, 2011; STREET, 2014; TINOCO; VALE-SILVA, 2020) and in environmental studies that address issues related to environmental education, sustainability, scientific literacy and ecoliteracy (BOFF, 2016; CAPRA et al., 2006b; CARVALHO, 2014; CHASSOT, 2018; DEMO, 2019; LEFF, 2009, 2015; MASSARANI; TURNEY; MOREIRA, 2005; MORIN, 1999, 2021; SEABRA 2009). From the discussions that emerged from this study, as a result of the actions developed through the Ecoliteracy Project Preserving our RDSEPT: conscious disposal of cooking oil, we were able to infer different events and practices of ecoliteracy carried out by the scouts, such as conversation circles, meetings, internal training, workshops, among others. In the Ecoliteracy Project, such events and practices mobilized a set of knowledge linked to scientific, digital, school, civic, family, critical and ecoliteracy literacy. With this, we highlight the imminent need for integrative actions between formal and non-formal spaces of teaching-learning, in order to establish fruitful dialogues aimed at critical, emancipatory training in favor of sustainable environmental education, thus favoring practices of eco-literacy inside and outside the school space.

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  • FABÍOLA BARRETO GONÇALVES
  • xxxx

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • IVONEIDE BEZERRA DE ARAÚJO SANTOS MARQUES
  • MARIA CARMEM FREIRE DIOGENES REGO
  • LUCIANA SALAZAR SALGADO
  • RISOLEIDE ROSA FREIRE DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 22-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Any text would not be published without the look of otherness of the reviewer. This study, based on Applied Linguistic (MOITA LOPES, 1994, 2006; OLIVEIRA, 2016; CASADO ALVES, 2016; ROJO, 2006), analyze the relationship between reviewer and author, before the process of publishing a work (RIBEIRO, 2016; SALGADO, 2017; OLIVEIRA, 2010). This relationship underlies in the utterances produced in the comments of the tool of reviewing, disponible in a software of texts edition. This discursive gender has a characteristic clearly dialogic, as long as is expecting an answer from the discussion partner. This responsiveness is, sometimes, polemic, when the author can come establish a ideological conflict with reviewer, taking a position related to the suggestions of chance to the text. This study presents a qualitative and interpretivist analyze, since it aims to understand and interpret some aspects in the interaction between who writes and who reviews the text. As theoretical references, it has the presupposes of the Circle of Bakhtin (BAKHTIN, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017; VOLÓCHINOV, 2017), related to concepts like: dialogism (between author and reviewer), look of otherness/extralocal point of view (that is present in the reviewer process), not alibi (who signs the text has the responsibility about it), chronotope (dialogism among subjects in a diverse space-time), open and hidden polemic (not always harmonious among subjects during interaction). The data collection consists of comments in didactic materials produced by Secretaria de Educação a Distância from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, from 2012 to 2015. Results point that the work of reviewing is a discursive arena where points of view are continuously in conflict, being reviewed and, eventually, reworked, having, in this process, multiples learnings and to both subjects. In this interrelation, each one must be conscious about their place and the limits inherent to this activity, stablishing negotiations to create a work in group in a cooperative way, resulting in a didactic material appropriate to the teaching and the learning of the student from Distance Education.

2020
Disertaciones
1
  • DERANCE AMARAL ROLIM FILHO
  • Taoism and The Left Hand of Darkness: dialogical relations between the Tao Te Ching and Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel

     


  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • PABLO MORENO PAIVA CAPISTRANO
  • Data: 24-ene-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

    This work aims to analyze the representation of the main character’s ideological development in Ursula K. Le Guin’s science fiction novel The Left Hand of Darkness in order to comprehend to what extent the Chinese philosophy of Taoism is manifested in the novel, and to be able, then, to contribute to the dialogic studies of literature in its dialog with other fields of knowledge — in this case, with philosophy — and to the novel’s body of criticism. To do so, a dialogical analysis of the main character’s discourses — the novel’s main narrator — is carried out in order to identify reverberations of the Taoist principles of yin-yang and non-action (inaction, wu wei). Lao Tzu’s millennial Taoist founder text Tao Te Ching is the philosophical corpus. The research makes use of Bakhtin and the Circle’s theoretical-methodological approach which lays out concepts such as discourse, utterance, heteroglossia (heterodiscourse), refraction, otherness, and ideology, thus making possible a dialogical analysis through the understanding of Taoist philosophy as an ideological creation, as an ideology in the term’s axiologically neutral sense as utilized by Bakhtin and the Circle — as a system of ideas constituted by refractions and materialized in signs (like words). The analysis exposes a discourse strongly marked by the Taoist principles of yin-yang and non-action (wu wei), which informs the novel in several levels: they are in the speech of the main character Genly, in his behavior, actions and non-actions (inactions), in his lexical choices, in the way he structures the novel’s narrative and arranges its chapters, and even in the novel’s setting. The philosophical principles manifest especially in the main character’s relationship with the novel’s other main character Estraven, with whom he shares narration. This relationship transforms as the narrative develops and it represents Genly’s integration with the other, with Estraven; it represents the complementarity of opposites and the full acceptance of the different, the joined duality of yin-yang.

2
  • NAIDE SILVA DIAS
  • EURIDICE IN A VIDA INVISÍVEL DE EURIDICE GUSMÃO AND KAMBILI IN PURPLE HIBISCUS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PROTAGONISTS UNDER THE LENS OF DIALOGISM AND FEMINIST CRITICISM

  • Líder : ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANE FERREIRA CAVALCANTE
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • Data: 31-ene-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  

    Studies in comparative literature have brought great contribution to this area of knowledge and grounded countless academic research studies over the years. In this regard, this research adds a new component to comparative studies, viz., the dialogic approach to literary studies, and aims to find out at what extent the heterodiscourse related to women in a patriarchal/male chauvinist society is represented in the novels A vida invisível de Eurídice Gusmão (2016), written by Brazilian author Martha Batalha, and Purple hibiscus (2003), written by Nigerian author Chimamanda Adichie, the corpus of this research. These works, which are analyzed from the perspective of the theory of dialogism of the Bakhtin Circle (Bakhtin, Voloshinov, Medvedev) in dialogue with feminist criticism, reflect and refract the position of women in contemporary societies as the main characters of the novels are placed in positions of inferiority. Methodologically, this bibliographical research follows the Circle’s orientation that the analysis of a text starts from the text and reaches the context of small time and great time. The results of this comparative/dialogical study between the novels prompted reflections not only on the position of the women represented in the novels and lived in the world of life of the novel’s context of production, but also on the dialogue between dialogism and feminist criticism and its contribution to literary analysis.  


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  • THALLYS EDUARDO NUNES DE ARAÚJO OLIVEIRA
  • IN THE MESS OF HOURS AND WIND: THE TIME IN A OSTRA E O VENTO BY MOACIR COSTA LOP

  • Líder : MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARTA APARECIDA GARCIA GONCALVES
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • JULIANE VARGAS WELTER
  • CONCISIA LOPES DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 31-ene-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Moacir Costa Lopes has started in literature scene in 1959 with Maria de cada porto, a novel that explores a maritime theme with property in the time when it was not so usually to talk about it and he was well received by the critics of the time, who praised not only the groundbreaking work, but also the narrative category of time. The time theme is always present in Lopes literature, and also can be a author’s fictional write kind of style who tried to manipulated it in all his work in different ways, sometimes less and sometimes more manipulation. Only in 1964 when Moacir C. Lopes wrote A ostra e o vento, the time could be seen as a central element in the narrative, it has been wisely explored by the author in structural and thematic area. This dissertation aims analyze the time in the novel A ostra e o vento in aspects of the narrative structural configuration as well the relationship between the time and the fantastic inside the novel that are important aspects in the selected corpus. This work has its bases on studies by Gérad Genette (1979), Benedito Nunes (1988)  and  A. A. Mendilow (1972) about the narrative’s time; also Tzvetan Todorov (2008) and Remo Ceserani (2006)  about the fantastic in literature among others authors.

4
  • MARIA CLARA LUCENA DE LEMOS
  • Discourse plan on functional perspective: textual-discourse and prgmatic mechanisms in opinion articles

  • Líder : EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EDVALDO BALDUINO BISPO
  • JOSE ROMERITO SILVA
  • SHEYLA PATRICIA TRINDADE DA SILVA
  • Data: 11-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research discusses the Discourse Plan category in opinion articles. The general objective pursued here is to analyze how this category is structured and how this structure can be captured in terms of a continuity of figurivity/fundity, considering the textual-discursive and pragmatic domains. The work is based on North American Functional Linguistics, starting from what Hopper (1979) and Hopper and Thompson (1980) discuss about Discourse Plans, Haido's (1996) propositions for the treatment of figure/background dimensions, the notion of pragmatic inference approached by Traugott and Dasher (2002) and the concept of (inter) subjectivity explored by Traugott (2010), in addition to the borrowed definitions of New Rhetoric studies, based on the assumptions of Perelman and Obbrechts-Tyteca (2005) on argumentation and Gestalt's conception from psychology (ENGELMANN, 2002). In methodological terms, this study was developed according to a quali-quantitative approach and the corpus analyzed consisted of twenty opinion articles published in the magazines Carta Capital and Veja in the first semester of 2018. The results, regarding the textual-discursive domain, point to the existence of three levels of figuration, namely, figura absoluta, figura aparente and figura episódica, and four levels of fundity, which include fundo de justificativa, fundo de exemplificação (fundity level I), fundo de reiteração, fundo de contextualização (fundity level II), fundo de modalização (fundity level III) and fundo de digressão (fundity level IV); They also show that, regarding the distribution of the portions of texts analyzed based on the types of background, in general, the most frequent background is the fundo de Justificativa. In this same domain, the results allowed to capture a figure/background continuum, starting from textual portions +figure > +background. Based on the findings, a textual plan for the opinion article was proposed from a functionalist perspective. Regarding the pragmatic domain, it was found that the integration of background types into the figure is related to interactional processes such as (inter) subjectivity and pragmatic inference.

    KEYWORDS: Opinion article. Functional Linguistics. Discursive plan. 

5
  • ANA PAULA DA MOTTA BOTELHO GADELHA
  • PORTA DOS FUNDOS: AN ECOLOGICAL-COGNTIVE STUDY OF THE HUMOR ON THE BRINK OF CHAOS

  • Líder : PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • PAULO HENRIQUE DUQUE
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • RICARDO YAMASHITA SANTOS
  • Data: 13-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aims to investigate the humor of the skits by Porta dos Fundos. Thus, its main objective is to verify cognitivea and linguistic strategies (verbal and nonverbal) used in the production of this audiovisual material that provide laughter for their viewers. For doing so, this study uses the categories of analysis frames (FILLMORE, 1982; LAKOFF, 2012, 2014; DUQUE, 2017), and language games (WITTGENSTEIN, 2012; STEELS, 2012; DUQUE, 2016; 2019), in a complex and adaptative perspective (RZEVISK, 2011; DUQUE, 2017). This research is also supported by the ecological approach to language and cognition, a strand of Cognitive Linguistics whose initial condition is the organismo-environment relationship (GIBSON, 2015). Aditionally, this work is based on the interpretative paradigm of research, thus, it adopts the qualitative approach, since its interest is the understanding and interpretation of the human relations semiosis (MINAYO, 2009). The analyzes suggest that the simulated language games in skits are driven by highly dynamic cognitive structures that due to its fluidity and dynamism, suffer turbulence with the inclusion of new information in any of the components of the complex and adaptive system. Such turbulences would be linked, therefore, to various behaviors of the viewer. They are not restricted to humor only.

6
  • RENATA INGRID DE SOUZA PAIVA
  • ENEM ESSAYS WITH MAXIMUM SCORE: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF STRUCTURAL AND CONTENTUDISTIC MASSIFICATION

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • SYLVIA COUTINHO ABBOTT GALVAO
  • THOMAS MASSAO FAIRCHILD
  • Data: 14-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The textual production context of the National High School Examination (ENEM) is one of the main mobilizers of the preparatory years for the candidates, including Portuguese language teaching in the final years of High School. Based on the impacts caused by the exam, the present research aims at the analytical study in the writing of thousand note essays, assuming the structural and content massification of the texts.. The research starts from the following question: how do the structural and content choices of the students as well as the use of the voice of the other influences the argumentative strategies for success in the essays note thousand of ENEM 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017? As objectives, we delimit: i) identify the structural marks that compose the texts, paying attention to those that repeat: i) identify the structural marks that make up the texts, paying attention to those that are repeated; ii) to characterize how the use and recurrence of insertion of the voice of others is used in the texts analyzed; iii) to determine, in a comparative way, the functionality of these voices inserted in the argumentative sequence of the essays; iv) investigate, based on the analysis made, how the presence of the voice of the other results in the hypothesis of massification of the arguments used by the subjects. To do so, we use the contributions of Charaudeau (2012) about the organization of argumentative texts; Authier-Revuz (1990, 2004) with the reflections of the enunciative heterogeneity shown; Adorno (1985) for the discussion on massification and Pêcheux (1995) with the position of the subject to characterize the place of the discourse of the candidates authors in the essays. The corpus is made up of 32 (thirty-two) essays distributed equally, for four years (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) and were obtained through the G1 website. A preliminary result shows that in all years there is a structural standardization that is not attributed in its entirety to the demands of the five competencies, as well as a recurrence of the use of the explicit insertion of the voice of others to compose the argumentative sequence. As to the question of massing the arguments, we observe that there is a recurrence of the construction of a molded and pre-established "form" of writing, so that the candidates, in the preparatory years for the exam, activate the need to shape the text and make explicit the voice of the another decisively in the mechanism of sustaining his arguments so that his texts occupy the occupy the position of essays “model”, here held with the maximum mark.


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  • JUAN DOS SANTOS SILVA

  • The journey of the unfinished hero in Young adult: dialogical clashes between youthful subjects and fictional characters against the Homo Sapiens Agenda

  • Líder : MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JENNIFER SARAH COOPER
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • ROXANE HELENA RODRIGUES ROJO
  • Data: 14-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research intended to construct an analysis of the manifestation of unfinalizable identities in the Young Adult narratives (henceforth YA). It also seeks to understand how such literary representations reflect and refract the contemporary youth identities marked as liquid (BAUMAN, 2001) and transparent (HAN, 2017a). Therefore, based on the theoretical and methodological assumptions of the Bakhtin Circle, we investigated these issues from the novel Simon vs. the homo sapiens agenda (2016), by the american author Becky Albertalli. In the narrative, Simon is a young gay man who interacts anonymously with another gay boy named Blue and from this interaction begin to materialize to his homoaffective identity and the generation of social clashes in a society that is not very receptive to homosexuality and others manifestations considered grotesque. The term Young Adult was used by the editorial market to define all the works that emerged after the launch of the Harry Potter series (1997) which focused on the youth audience. However, after the success of the novel The fault in our stars (2012), the term was changed to include novels of fiction in which its main characters are teenagers in the process of identity discovery, including reflections and developments that involve their bodies, their sexuality, their races and other language attributes that can be objects of social valuation. Located in Applied Linguistics, under its trans or undisciplinary perspective to address concrete discursive/social practices, this study adopts the Indicial Paradigm and the Dialogical Comparison, assuming a socio-historical-dialogical orientation. In this light, the research presents the analysis of three main aspects from the work under study: 1) the behavior of Young adult as a genre; 2) the journey of the protagonist Simon and the transformation of his identity along this heroic path; 3) the discursive traces that built a grotesque being in Simon's identity image. From this analysis, YA was perceived as a linguistic resource that anchors multiple representations of contemporary youth. In addition, the unfinished behavior of Simon's identity became evident, insofar as his condition as an incarnated and homo-affective subject does not allow him to end his heroic journey and always remains in the process of ideological and identity conflict. Finally, it is evident the repulsion to the different that is transformed into a monster to be punished or erased, a refraction that goes from the world of life to the world of culture.

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  • CLÁUDIA CYNARA COSTA DE SOUZA PINHEIRO
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    ENUNCIATIVE DEVICES IN LEGISLATIVE BILLS OF THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES

     

     

  • Líder : MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • CELIA MARIA DE MEDEIROS
  • ANA LUCIA TINOCO CABRAL
  • Data: 19-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The diversity of textual discourse genres produced in the legal socio-discursive legislation offers ample possibility of investigating the linguistic-discursive strategies in these concrete texts. In this context, this dissertation focuses on the interface between Language and Law, comprising a corpus constituted by Legislative Bills produced by the Federal Representatives of Rio Grande do Norte, which consists of a normative textual discursive genre written by the political representatives with a view to guarantee rights in the legal system. In this sense, we established as a general objective to investigate the enunciative devices inserted in the textual materiality of Legislative Bills through the study of the enunciative and argumentative levels. We defined as specific objectives, to identify, describe, analyze and interpret how the compositional structure is built in the Legislative Bills through the study of text plans and sequences; how the Enunciative Responsibility (ER) manifests itself in the Legislative Bills, from the study of the linguistic-discursive marks present in the texts; and how enunciative devices contribute to the Argumentative Orientation of Projects. From a theoretical point of view, this research is based on the assumptions of Textual Linguistics (TL), Textual Discourse Analysis (TDA), Enunciation Linguistics, Studies of Argumentation in Language (AL), argumentation and socio-discursive legal formation. Methodologically, our work followed the qualitative approach, interpretative in nature, and inductive analysis, being an exploratory bibliographic study. Our analyzes showed that the draft text of the Legislative Bills is conventional or fixed, organized through narrative, argumentative, explanatory and descriptive sequences. This set of textual sequences composes the argumentative aim. With regard to Enunciative Commitment, we observe the recurrent presence of linguistic marks that manifest the assumption of EC, such as person indexes, spatial and temporal deictics, and modalities, as well as linguistic categories that point to the non-assumption of EC, still different types of speech representation and mediating frames, in a movement of engagement and distancing from the propositional content throughout the textual fabric. The interpretation of these data points to the recognition of an Argumentative Orientation given to the texts in line with the communicative purpose objectified by the genre. Thus, our results suggest that from the study of textual structure and enunciative positions it is possible to get to the argumentation. Finally, the results of this research contribute to a better understanding of textual, discursive and enunciative aspects of Legislative Bills, thus making the genre more understandable and usable, in view of its social and determinant character for the normative renewal of the country.

     

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  • MARIA LILIANE BORGES DA SILVA
  • AXIOLOGICAL POSITIONS IN THE WRITING OF SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
    IN THE PROFLETRAS PROGRAM

     

  • Líder : SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SULEMI FABIANO CAMPOS
  • MARIA DAS GRACAS SOARES RODRIGUES
  • JOSE CEZINALDO ROCHA BESSA
  • Data: 06-mar-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aims to understand how axiological positions adopted by research professors, when in dialogue with the voices mentioned in the text and when discussing the aim of their research, compose the textual organization of scientific papers produced  in the scope of the Professional Master's Degree Program in Letters (ProfLetras). To this end, the research is based on the hypothesis that, when writing scientific papers, the axiological positions adopted by the research professors are revealed through the development of a critical sense, through the elaboration of questions and when problematizing a certain discourse, by reflecting upon the issues involving the classroom and through the dialogue with the voices mentioned in the text. The specific aims of this study are: a) to verify which voices are reported in the scientific papers, by observing them in the formation of the research professorsvoice; b) to investigate the operation of linguistic-discursive elements, which configure axiological positions, in the discussions introduced by the research professors regarding their object of study, considering the research results; c) to analyze how research professors dialogue with one another, observing their positionings and how they relate this dialogue to their professional experience; and d) to investigate the axiological positions in the macrostructural organization of scientific papers. The theoretical-methodological assumptions used in this research comprise, generally, the studies of the Bakhtin Circle (2010, 2011, 2016, 2017), especially regarding the conceptions of language, ideological sign, axiological positions, and the discourse of others. In addition, Authier-Revuz’s studies (1990, 1998, 2004 and 2008) on enunciative heterogeneity and Coracini’s (1991) on the modality in scientific discourse also contributed to the research. The research corpus is composed of six scientific papers produced by ProfLetras’ egress students and published in a scientific journal, available in electronic format. This study is related to the Linguistic Studies of the Text line of research, it presents a qualitative approach and adopts the interpretative method of the Evidential Paradigm proposed by Ginzburg (1989). The results showed that: a) research professors use multiple strategies in order to print their axiological positions, such as appealing to the daily discourses spread in their context, and quote authors, dictionaries, and other documents of reference in the teaching of Portuguese, seeking to corroborate the ideas which they have defended; b) the research professors  evaluate, advise the students in discussions about the subject of study, either implicitly or explicitly (through the use of some expressions, verbs, for example), revealing a discourse of duty; and c) when in the dialogue with other voices, a sense of agreement with the ones mentioned in the texts predominates, as well as the summoning of the other’s discourse to support the researcher’s voice.

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  • JÉSSICA SANTOS DE OLIVEIRA
  • In works historically recognized in Textual Linguistics, coherence, in general, has been conceived as a message or content of the text, or as a network of conceptual relations established in the textual texture, and has been studied as the property of the text or as a textual process. However, from Eugênio Coseriu's (1980, 2007) theory of language, in which he proposes the existence of three levels of language (universal, historical and textual), it is possible to review the multiplicity of imputed (not always reconcilable) features to coherence. In this paper, we aim to present a proposal for understanding coherence based on the theory of language levels, unraveling the relationship between the concepts of coherence, meaning and sense. Regarding the methodology, it is a theoretical and exploratory research, which uses the procedures of bibliographic survey and analysis of examples that stimulate understanding (Gil, 2007). The basic theoretical framework is the work of Coseriu (1980, 2007), which is opposed to works that deal with the phenomenon of coherence, with wide repercussions in Textual Linguistics, such as Charolles (1978, 1995), Beaugrande and Dressler (1997 ), Travaglia (1994, 1999) and Bernardez (1982, 2003). As a result, we consider that coherence is not a single and homogeneous phenomenon. On the contrary, coherence is a tripartite phenomenon from which three theoretical objects emerge, each of them aligned to a level of language.

  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALESSANDRA CASTILHO FERREIRA DA COSTA
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • VALÉRIA SEVERINA GOMES
  • Data: 17-mar-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  •  Coserian theory; Levels of language; Textual coherence.

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  • JOÃO PEDRO LOBO ANTUNES
  • Tow ideas in field: referencing processes during interaction in the Fla-Flu debates

  • Líder : CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLEMILTON LOPES PINHEIRO
  • EDWIGES MARIA MORATO
  • MARCELO DA SILVA AMORIM
  • Data: 12-jun-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Since 2014, Brazil has been noticing the continuing rise of its historical political-ideological conflicts. The result of this process is the polarization of Brazilian society concerning relevant events of national political scenario. This work starts from this context to investigate the discursive dimension of the polarization amid a verbal confrontation. Our main objective is to analyze the interactive construction of objects-of-speech in Fla-Flu, an online TV show which promoted debates along 2016. Our purpose is to observe the impacts of the polarized speech in the referencing processes during interaction in two of the Fla-Flu debates. To achieve this, we firstly map the referential progress of these debates following the concept of referencing strategies (MARCUSCHI & KOCH, 2002; 2006). Then, we reconstitute the referential chains formed along the construction of objects-of-speech related to the context of political and social polarization. Finally, we analyze these referential chains in the light of the notions of polarization (AMOSSY, 2017) and of dispute as a kind of polemic speech (DASCAL, 1994). Our results reveal that the participants of Fla-Flu debates engage not to achieve understandings or solutions, but to perpetuate the polarized speech and reinforce the opposing positions. This suggests that the polarized interaction impact the referencing processes, as it implies in a deepening of the preexistent instability between discursive categories and the reality itself.

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  • RAFAEL BARROS DE ALENCAR
  • “A Palo Seco”: a neo-baroque approach between Belchior and João Cabral de Melo Neto

  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DERIVALDO DOS SANTOS
  • JOAO BATISTA DE MORAIS NETO
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • Data: 25-jun-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • “Eu quero é que esse canto torto feito faca corte a carne de vocês” (NETO, 2019, p. 74). This research is developed in Comparative Literature and aims to analyze neo-baroque characteristics in Belchior's work from the dialogue with poetic signs present in the work of João Cabral de Melo Neto. The starting point for this research is “A Palo Seco”, a poem in João Cabral and a song in Belchior, from the album ‘Mote e Glosa’ (1974). In the poem, “A Palo Seco” which is a Spanish expression that refers to the flamenco matrix, appears associated with the image of the blade, to “cante sem,/ o cante despido,/ é cante desarmado:/ só a lâmina da voz/ sem a arma do braço” (SECCHIN, 1985, p. 146), poetic sign used also in other poems. The image of the blade is also used in the work of Belchior, not only in the song “A Palo Seco”, as well as in “Apenas um rapaz latino-americano”, “Pequeno mapa do tempo”, among others. In research, two artistic perspectives (João Cabral de Melo Neto e Belchior), two poetic forms (literature and music), a dialogue (Baroque and Neo-Baroque), and analysis scenarios (arid region, global, retreat, fear, a palo seco, the voice and the life. The work is organized in 4 chapters, going through the question of the approximation of literature with music and more specifically the intermingling of these themes in Comparative Literature, followed by a chapter that observes the research already carried out involving Belchior and João Cabral de Melo Neto and finally, the analytical chapter, which develops the neo-baroque theme in the work of the songwriter Belchior. In this sequence we have the dialogue between literature and music based on the theory of authors such as Francisco Ivan (2013), Verônica Moura (2014), Perrone-Moises (2016), Tania Franco Carvalhal (1991), Antônio Candido (1994), among others. We conducted a survey on research involving Belchior and João Cabral, including work by authors such as Josely Carlos (2007), Eurídice Figueiredo (2013), Jotabê Medeiros (2017), Glenda Moura (2014), José Américo Saraiva (2007), Lenise dos Santos Santiago (2007 and 2011), among others. The path of analysis goes through Baroque Cabraline poetic signs, such as the blade, the knife, the retreatant, the regional and the global, the sing and the life, which are appropriate in the work of the Ceará and, as a theoretical contribution to understand the neo-baroque we work with authors such as: Severo Sarduy (1987), Francisco Ivan (2013), Francisco Israel de Carvalho (2012). The results of this analysis sought to perceive neo-baroque characteristics in Belchior's work from that contact with the baroque in João Cabral, present in the poetic signs that make dialogue between the works of both.

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  • TASSIANA DE BRITO VIANA MARQUES
  • COMMENTED TRANSLATION OF MEDICAMINA FACIEI FEMINEAE, FROM THE POET OVID

  • Líder : MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FRANCISCO EDI DE OLIVEIRA SOUSA
  • MARCIO VENICIO BARBOSA
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • Data: 09-jul-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • According to the Literary Historiography, Medicamina Faciei Femineae (Cosmetics to Woman’s Face), written by the poet Ovid in 1 BC is structured in 100 verses from a total of 800. The poem received little attention, probably because of the following issues: text size, excessive language technicism, little interest on the theme and even because it was dedicated to the feminine public. If, on one hand, there seems to be plenty of reasons why this work is not important even though it is a text written by a notorious poet, we emphasize, on the other hand, that Medicamina Faciei Femineae fits quite well in Ovid’s work collection, and it was inserted in a particular way, considering the historical period in which he lived. Marked by a teaching tone, Ovid’s poetry is located in the frame that classic tradition called “educational writing” and there is, in Medicamina, two main points when we consider this educational: the Ovidian interlocutor, considered the puella from classic elegiac poetry, and the dialogue the text stablishes with the Ovidian works themselves and with other authors’ works, particularly with those that are contemporary. It is possible to identify, also in the Ovidian text, more than one jocular tone, as many defend, for the “medication” – remedies used as cosmetics – is presented according to what is found in well-known agreements from the classic world. This work presents a commented translation of this poem. We consulted and reactivated issues already discussed by studies about Ovidian works, and we propose a commented translation which involves linguistic, stylistic and textual aspects of the poem, situated in a historical, political and social context in which the author lived. We visualized, in our reflections, that Medicamina Faciei Femineae preserves marks of a historicity which might be emphasized, when dealing with classic literature, and that it is necessary recognize the value of the work in its creation context and enlighten it in the collection of Ovid writings.

     

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  • JULIANA DA SILVA FERNANDES
  • Cognitive Engagement and Spanish as a Second Language: a study with Student Response Systems

  • Líder : JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA AGUIAR FALCÃO
  • JANAINA WEISSHEIMER
  • THAYANE SILVA CAMPOS
  • Data: 16-jul-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The development of technology in teaching and learning has multiplied, in recent years, the number of possible research objects within Applied Linguistics. This study aims to investigate the impact of using response system applications (SRS) on learners' performance and cognitive engagement in pre-test content reviews of the L2 Spanish course at high school. In total, forty-nine participants were observed during review classes under three different conditions: one intervention without applications, one with a non-gamified SRS application (Plickers) and one with a gamified SRS application (Kahoot), after the reviews there was the recording of a verbal protocol and the test was performed. We adopted a mixed approach methodology (DÖRNYEI, 2007) with collection and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data. Results indicate that there was a statistically significant impact of gamified SRS on engagement and non-gamified SRS on performance. Finally, the learners' perceptions were positive regarding the insertion of applications in the classroom.

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  • JOCYLENA BANDEIRA DANTAS

  • ALICE AND HER: APPROACHES FROM A POST-MODERN PERSPECTIVE

  • Líder : SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SAMUEL ANDERSON DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • ORISON MARDEN BANDEIRA DE MELO JUNIOR
  • FELICIANO JOSÉ BEZERRA FILHO
  • Data: 21-jul-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Post-modernity emerges in the 20st century as a contemporary social condition, initially acknowledged by François Lyotard in his philosophical work. Such condition has brought ruptures between social pillar and beliefs which used to support society during the former period. It was permeated by the legitimization of knowledge, scientific progress, individualism, as well as industrial and technological revolutions. This study is based on the works of selected author such as François Lyotard (1998), Linda Hutcheon (1991), Steven Connor (2004), Terry Eagleton (2006-2016), Gilles Deleuze (2000-2012), Gilles Lipovestky (2005-2014) e Zygmunt Bauman (2001), the analysis, which will make use of the investigative method, in a qualitative perspective, in order to verify how the corpus fictionally represent the studied characteristics in literature and in cinema. In this context, this research aims to analyze the main characteristics of the post-modern aesthetics, more specifically in the novel Alice in Wonderland (1965) by Lewis Carrol and the film Her (2013) by Spike Jonze. Highlighted as renowned homologies by Umberto Eco, the structural similarities between cinema and literature, throughth post-modern perspective utilized on the corpus were found as approximation characteristics such as individualism e identity crisis, supported by Freud, Hall, and Bauman; absence of God as seen in Eagleton, and, lastly, deterritorialization, supported in Deleuze & Guattari (1997); Augé (1994) who conceptualizes the non-place; the dislocation of the subject, also analyzed through the optics of Stuart Hall (2006). Thus, confirming the post-modern influence over the two components of the corpus.

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  • BIANCA POLINE DANTAS DE MEDEIROS
  • THE ACT OF NICKNAMING: IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION OF SUBJECTS IN JARDIM DO SERIDÓ-RN

  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • HÉLIO MÁRCIO PAJEÚ
  • MARIA DA PENHA CASADO ALVES
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 23-jul-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Subjects are named after their birth, with one purpose: to be legally recognized in the social environment. However, through the legal perspective, the social practices present forms of naming that go beyond this scope, even being considered, in some cases, as habits of a particular region. An example of this is what happens in Jardim do Seridó-RN, whose subjects use nickname as well as a possible form of naming. Based on this, this research aims to understand the importance of nickname in the identity construction of subjects in Jardim do Seridó-RN. Therefore, it presents as a theoretical basis the dialogical conception of language, the ethical act and ideology, proposed by the Bakhtin Circle (2013; 2014; 2016; 2017; 2018), besides relying on cultural studies, focusing on the notion of cultural identity, developed by Hall (2003; 2011) and Bauman (2005). For this purpose, a qualitative-interpretative research - developed in the area of Applied Linguistics - whose data construction takes place through semi-structured interviews with nine jardinenses. From the preliminary analysis, it appears that the identity construction of jardinenses subjects is influenced by nickname as it singles out these subjects among the social whole, reaffirming the notion of belonging to the region.

     

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  • GENILMA GALGANO CAMPOS ROSENDO DE LIMA
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     ARGUMENTATIVE MOVEMENTS IN THE PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE TEACHING BOOK

     

  • Líder : MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA HOZANETE ALVES DE LIMA
  • GLICIA MARILI AZEVEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • WILLIANY MIRANDA DA SILVA
  • Data: 23-jul-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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    This dissertation investigates ways of arguing in a Portuguese language textbook (LD). We focus on two moments in the textbook: the first concerns the statements that make up the introductory texts - which we name “didactic texts” - that open the LD to comment, expose, present which textual genre will be addressed in each Unit; the second concerns the statements of a specific section, named “Before Reading”. What there is in common between these two sections is the dialogue that the LD maintains with its main interlocutor, the student. Thus, in these sections, a direct dialogue with the student is perceived, designed through specific ways of arguing, whose objective is to capture the student's attention or interest. These modes are the argumentative operators, the modalizers, the assumptions and the implied ones. By argumentative operators, we understand the elements responsible for the chain of statements, structuring them in texts and determining their discursive orientation. Modalizers are linguistic elements that act as indicators of the speaker's intentions, feelings and attitudes towards speech. The implication allows meanings depending on the interlocutor's reasoning around the statement. The assumption, in turn, does not depend only on the interlocutor's reasoning, as it is in the language, present in the sentences of the utterances. These are concepts derived from theoretical assumptions of Textual Linguistics and Theory of Language Argumentation, theoretical perspectives adopted in our research. We analyzed these ways of arguing in the didactic texts of the Didactic Book “Universos: Língua Portuguesa” of the 9th grade of elementary school, used in public schools in the state of Rio Grande do Norte in the years 2017 to 2019. As a result, our investigation enabled a verification of the argumentative chains and indicators of intention present in the statements through the analysis of linguistic marks. We verified that the textbook presents an architecture that seeks to capture the student, having him as the main interlocutor, but, on the other hand, he considers himself to be an ideal student, whose previous knowledge, for example, is, in most cases, supposed.

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  • IGOR DESSOLES BRAGA
  • IN THE SHADOW OF THE HEARING OTHER: valuations of the Portuguese language in Deaf identity construction

  • Líder : MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ADRIANE CENCI
  • JOAO MARIA PAIVA PALHANO
  • MARILIA VARELLA BEZERRA DE FARIA
  • Data: 28-jul-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo