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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Sabrina Soares D'Almeida
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Montero, Paula (President)
Araújo, Melvina Afra Mendes de
Arruti, José Maurício Paiva Andion
Guimarães, Sílvia Maria Ferreira
Schritzmeyer, Ana Lúcia Pastore
Title in Portuguese
Guardiãs das folhas: mobilização identitária de raizeiras do cerrado e a autorregulação do ofício
Keywords in Portuguese
Identidade
Medicina tradicional
Povos e comunidades tradicionais
Raizeiras
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho propõe uma reflexão acerca da recente mobilização de raizeiras do cerrado em torno do que denominam como a identidade da raizeira. Organizadas em torno da Articulação Pacari, estas raizeiras vêm se mobilizando, desde 1998, com o objetivo de reivindicar o direito de praticar a medicina tradicional. Contudo, sua atuação extrapolou o campo da saúde propriamente dito ao adentrar em arenas de debates e demandas nas quais são discutidas questões como território, identidade, cultura, etnia, entre outros temas caros aos povos e comunidades tradicionais brasileiros. Isso se justifica porque estas raizeiras, desde 2006, são reconhecidas enquanto um dos gruposmembro da Comissão Nacional de Desenvolvimento Sustentável dos Povos e Comunidades Tradicionais (CNPCT). Ao articular duas pautas de importância global a saúde e o meio ambiente estas raizeiras produzem para si um novo espaço de atuação, ressignificam práticas e saberes e vão, aos poucos, tecendo sua narrativa identitária em torno da qual passam a organizar suas reivindicações por direitos.
Title in English
Guardians of the leaves: the identity mobilization of the raizeiras of the Brazilian cerrado and ploy´s self-regulation
Keywords in English
Identity
Raizeiras
Traditional medicine
Traditional people and communities
Abstract in English
The actual assignment implies a thinking over the recent mobilization of the raizeiras of the Brazilian cerrado upon the topic ´raizeira´s identity´. These raizeiras are arranged within the surroundings of the Pacari Joint; they started to gather in 1998, reclaiming their rights to practice traditional medicine. Nonetheless, their actions extrapolated issues in the human health field scarcely; their actions in arena of debates and demands do now include issues such as territory, identity, culture, ethnicity, amongst other matters dear to traditional Brazilian people and communities. That is justifiable because in 2006 these raizeiras were embodied as a member group of the National Commission of Sustainable Development of Traditional People and Communities (Comissão Nacional de Desenvolvimento Sustentável dos Povos e Comunidades Tradicionais, CNPCT). When articulating two schedules of global significance health and environment these raizeiras generate for themselves a new acting room; they give new meaning to practices and knowledge, and they go little by little weaving their identity narrative around which they begin to organize their claims for rights.
 
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2019-05-03
 
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