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In this article, we present a multissituated ethnography (Marcus, 1998) that currently defines a large part of ethnographic studies, as few researchers restrict themselves to a site or community in their research. We aim to understand the dynamics of spatial-temporal organization of these populations, regarding the different forms of appropriation and significance of inhabited regions, the Grande Cruzeiro, in the city of Porto Alegre/RS, in Brazil, and the Bairro do Cerco, in the District of Porto, in Portugal. To this end, we will make use of a set of essential materials for the exercise of a multi-situ ethnography, such as photographs, archive collections, memories and newspaper news, in order to establish links or differences between these two communities. Through the combination of all these materials, as well as through other work developed with these communities (Barbosa, 2017; Guerra, 2002; Sousa, 2018), we seek to obtain indicators on lifestyles, on identities in a context of spatial and temporal appropriation, but also of political intervention.
Keywords: Ethnography. Peripheral Territories. Portugal. Brazil.
Iluminuras. v. 21, n. 54. 2020
Title: MISMATCHES OF A MULTI-SITUATED ETHNOGRAPHY IN URBAN REGIONS OF ADVANCED MARGINALITY IN BRAZIL AND PORTUGAL
Authors: Ana Patrícia Barbosa, Sofia Sousa, Paula Guerra, Ana Luiza Carvalho da Rocha
2020 – BARBOSA, Ana Patrícia; SOUSA, Sofia; GUERRA, Paula & CARVALHO DA ROCHA, Ana Luiza (2020) – (Des)encontros de uma etnografia multissituada em regiões urbanas de marginalidade avançada no Brasil e em Portugal. Revista Iluminuras – Publicação Eletrônica do Banco de Imagens e Efeitos Visuais – BIEV/LAS/PPGAS/IFCH/UFRGS. v. 21, n. 54. 2020. Dossiê Narrativas etnográficas das e nas metrópoles contemporâneas: desafios e perspectivas. pp. 447-477. E-ISSN 1984-1191. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/1984-1191.106753. URL: https://seer.ufrgs.br/iluminuras/article/view/106753.
Fabrício Barreto Fuchs. Archive BIEV/PPGAS/IFCH/UFRGS. Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil, 2009