Passado, Presente e Futuro das avós nas narrativas indígenas contemporâneas.

Alvany Rodrigues Noronha Guanaes

Resumo


A grandmother é um mito presente em várias nações indígenas. Esse trabalho expõe diversas abordagens narrativas desse mito, trazendo exemplos de autoras indígenas dos Estados Unidos e do Canadá que constroem sua identidade e subjetividade no fluxo do debate contemporâneo entre as visões ocidentais e não ocidentais, presentificando  as grandmothers para materializar um amálgama dialógico entre a tradição e a modernidade.


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Grandmothers. Literatura Indígena Canadense. Presentificação. Mitos indígenas. Cultura Indígena

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15210/interfaces.v19i2.16603

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ISSN impresso: 1519-0994