Scientific Programme

Day 1 07/09/2016

8h30 – Accreditation
9h30 – Opening Session
10h – Opening Conference │ Gender and Human Rights – Michael Farrell
11h – Coffee Break
11h15 – Symposium 1

ROOM 1 - Gender Technologies and Other Violence

Between living and dying: women and gender-related violence in Brazil
Janaina Sampaio Zaranza – Universidade Federal do Ceará e Faculdade Maurício de Nassau / NUSS
Maria Isabel Silva Bezerra Linhares – Universidade Federal do Ceará e Universidade Estadual Vale do Acaraú / GEPECJU
Francisco Ullissis Paixão e Vasconcelos – Universidade Estadual Vale do Acaraú e Universidade Federal do Ceará
Antônio Cristian Paiva – Universidade Federal do Ceará / NUSS

Addressing gender-based violence: actions and public policies
Claudia Priori – Universidade Estadual do Paraná / GEPEDIC

Who assaults? Considerations on domestic and family violence against women under the scope of analytical psychology
Denise Ramos Soares – Universidade de Fortaleza / MITHO, CCG
Carlos Velázquez Rueda – Universidade de Fortaleza / MITHO, CCG

Feminism in the Time of Leisure “Feminism and education in the wisdom of leisure fruition versus modern society and the command for alienation”
Maria Joana Alves Pereira – Universidades de Aveiro e do Minho

🎥 “The man’s role is to try, the woman is to resist” – the construction of gender roles among adolescents in Northeastern Brazil
Francisco Ricardo Miranda Pinto – Universidade Estadual Vale do Acaraú e Universidade de Fortaleza
Francion Maciel Rocha – Univeridade Estadual Vale do Acaraú
Ana Maria Fontenelle Catrib – Universidade de Fortaleza
Aline Veras Morais Brilhante – Universidade de Fortaleza

ROOM 2 - Gender and Education

Mathematics education and gender issues: differentiations generated by discursive practices and subjective interpellations
Lucas Alves Lima Barbosa – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex
Fabio Pinto Gonçalves dos Reis – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex

Gender and Personal Meaning Attributed to Taking Technical Courses
Lucília Machado – Centro Universitário UNA
Daniel Vieira Brasil Silva – Centro Universitário UNA

Interculturality and Sexual-Gender Dissidences: connections between agency and academy
María Del Carmen Acuña Rodríguez – Universidad de Costa Rica / Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

The Construction of Preferences and Repulses in School: Boys and Girls “Subjects”?
Adla Betsaida Martins Teixeira – Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Marcel de Almeida Freitas – Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

ROOM 3 - Cinema and Literature

The Trapped Heroines: Women in the Portuguese Cinema of the 1960s
Pery Machado Filho – Universidade de Aveiro

Repression and Frustration of Female Desire in A Bee in the Rain
Jiayi Yuan – Universidade de Aveiro
Maria Manuel Baptista – Universidade de Aveiro

«Onde Gaio Está, Gaia Estará»: A Representação do Feminino, através da adjetivação, na obra Um Deus Passeando Pela Brisa da Tarde
Inês Costa – Universidade de Aveiro
Fátima Ney Matos – Universidade de Aveiro
Maria Manuel Baptista – Universidade de Aveiro

Shaking the Dust of Little Secrets
Virginia de Oliveira Silva – Universidade Federal da Paraíba

Change Clothing: The New Portuguese Cinema, Salazar’s Metrosexuality and The Efective Power of Women’s Mini-Skirts
Luís Carlos R. S. Branco – Universidade de Aveiro

12h45 – Lunch
13h45 – Symposium 2

ROOM 1 - Gender and Intersectionality

Conversations with Teachers on Gender and Race in Brazil: A Plural Perspective in School Education
Fabiane Freire França – Universidade Estadual do Paraná
Delton aparecido Felipe – Universidade Estadual do Paraná

Fear and Desire: The image of Josephine Baker and the in-corpo-rated aesthetic of Jazz
Aline Serzedello Vilaça – Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca / CEFET/RJ
Elisângela de Jesus Santos – Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca / CEFET/RJ

Tucujú Narratives In The Middle Of The World: Body Use On The Amazon Border
Ana Cristina de Paula Maués Soares – Universidade Federal do Amapá
Francisca de Paula de Oliveira – Universidade Federal do Amapá

Gender Norms and National Identity Representation: An Exploratory Data Analysis
Rita Himmel – Universidade de Aveiro
Maria Manuel Baptista – Universidade de Aveiro

ROOM 2 - Gender Technologies and Other Violence

Mapping The Discussion Of Gender In Brazil: A Dive In The Contemporary Panorama
Kátia Batista Martins – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex
Fábio Pinto Gonçalves dos Reis – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex

Addressing Modes Through Images: Thinking Gender and Science from the “For Women in Science” Award
Fabiani Figueiredo Caseira – Universidades Federal de Rio Grande
Joanalira Corpes Magalhães – Universidades Federal de Rio Grande

A Natureza Feminina na Biologia: Problematizando Questões de Gênero a partir das Redes Sociais
Sandra Nazaré Dias Bastos – Universidade Federal do Pará
Sílvia Nogueira Chaves – Universidade Federal do Pará

A Legal Look from the Multidisciplinary Comprehensive Attention Residency to Women, Gender Policy and Human Rights – UFRJ – Brazil
Maria Celeste Simões Marques – Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro / NEPP-DH
Cristiane Brandão Augusto – Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro / NEPP-DH

🎥 The influence of International Organizations in the formulation of public policies on gender: the 1325 UNSCR in Africa
Rhaíssa Pagot – Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

ROOM 3 - Homophobia, Transphobia and Processes of Subjectivation

Notes on a Gaucho Scandal: the marriage between two women at a Gaucho Traditions Centre (Centro de Tradições Gaucho – CTG)
Chayana Guimarães – Universidade Luterana do Brasil
Maria Lúcia Castagna Wortamnn – Universidade Luterana do Brasil e Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Madonna Queer: Queer Theory and LGBT Representation in the Biography of Fifty Years of the Greatest Pop Music Idol
Vinícius Lucas de Carvalho – Universidade Federal de Lavras

Barebacking Sex: Ruptures with an aseptic system or another form of pleasure?
Wilson Nascimento Almeida Junior – Universidade Federal de São Paulo
Lucas de Sousa Serafim – Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Milene Alves – Universidade Federal de São Paulo

🎥 To Be Or Not To Be? Gender Dysphoria Childhood: When The Support And Understanding Of Family Are Fundamental To The Child
Elisângela de Carvalho Franco – Universidad Nacional de La Plata e Instituto Federal de Rondônia

15h15 – Conference 2 | Gender Violence and Activism – Paulo Côrte-Real, Alice Cunha, Júlia Mendes Pereira and Miguel Vale de Almeida
16h15 – Coffee Break
16h30 – Symposium 3

ROOM 1 - Homophobia, Transphobia and Processes of Subjectivation

Turbulent waters: dives in vagueness. A flood of questions about madness, differences and transgenderism
Ailton Melo – Universidade Federal de Lavras
Gislaine de Fátima Ferreira da Silva – Universidade Federal de Lavras
Cláudia Ribeiro – Universidade Federal de Lavras

Debates On The Family Concept From Bill 6583/13: The Establishment Of Speeches In Cultural Artifacts
Luciana Kornatzki – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
Paula Regina Costa Ribeiro – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande

Gender Performativity And Sexuality In Dzi Croquettes: Dissident Bodies At The Scene Of The Brazilian Military Dictatorship
Magno Cezar Carvalho Teófilo – Universidade de Fortaleza
Fernando Altair Pocahy – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

🎥 The “Macho” Hating: Overview of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Homicides
Francisco Ricardo Miranda Pinto – Universidade Estadual Vale do Acarau e Universidade de Fortaleza
Francion Maciel Rocha – Univeridade Estadual Vale do Acaraú
Claudia dos Santos Costa – Instituto Superior de Teologia Aplicada
Francisco Ullissis Paixão e Vasconcelos – Universidade Estadual Vale do Acaraú e Universidade Federal do Ceará

ROOM 2 - Gender, Literature and Music

Philosophical Disenfranchisement Of Art: The Case Of Female Erotic Literature
Ana Carolina Magno de Barros – Universidade Federal do Pará / PPGArtes/ICA
Wladilene Sousa Lima – Universidade Federal do Pará / PPGArtes/ICA

Estagiárias e Milionários: as ocupações profissionais das personagens da literatura erótica
Emanuel Madalena – Universidade de Aveiro
Maria Manuel Baptista – Universidade de Aveiro
Fátima Regina Ney Matos – Universidade de Aveiro

The impossibility of the romantic Happy Ending in contemporary Brazilian female authorship novel
Wilma dos Santos Coqueiro – Universidade Estadual do Paraná

Fados e horizontes fratais: o lugar das mulheres
Noémia Maria Da Conceição Simões – Universidade de Aveiro

ROOM 3 - Gender and Education

Gender (bio)pedagogies: interpelling women with Health Promotion and Family Health discourses
Circe Jandrey – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Luís Henrique Sacchi dos Santos – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Gender Relations at School: A Necessary Debate
Edson Carpes Camargo – Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Sul
Denise Cristina Canal – Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Sul
Jean Carlo Pizzoli – Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Sul
Thiago Steemburgo de Paula – Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Sul

Research with Children and Gender in Child Brazilian Education: What Is Registered in Child Body
Gislene Cabral de Souza – Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
Evandro Salvador Alves de Oliveira – Centro Universitário de Mineiros (UNIFIMES) e Universidade do Minho

18h – Gender and Performativities Festival

Day 2 08/09/2016

10h – Symposium 4

ROOM 1 - Gender and Intersectionality

Black Women’s Thoughts and Black Lesbianism in a Portuguese-speaking Context
Geanine Escobar – Universidade de Aveiro

Women Exclusion Practices in Insane Asylums – Porto Alegre/Brazil, 1940s
Nádia Maria Weber Santos – Instituto Histórico e Geográfico do Rio Grande do Sul

Black Women And Femicide In Brazil: Violence In Its Two Faces
Andrêsa Helena de Lima – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex
Daniele Ribeiro de Faria – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex

Within the Plots of Sustainable Development: Analyzing Gender in Global Politics
Dárcia Amaro Ávila – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
Paula Regina Costa Ribeiro – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
Paula Corrêa Henning – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande

ROOM 2 - Gender Technologies and Other Violence

Gender Technologies Contained In The Guia Astral Magazine’s Discursive Logic: Hazes And Strategies Around The Iceberg
Ana Carolina Sampaio Zdradek – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
Dinah Quesada Beck – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
Joice Araújo Esperança – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande

The Intrinsic And The Explicit: Antagonism, Violence And Conflict In Aspects Of The Female Universe
Vanessa Zinderski Guirado – Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
Flávia Luciana dos Santos Souza Rodrigues – Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie

Gender Policies in Brazil: The National Plan of Policies for Women (2013-2015)
Fernanda de Magalhães Trindade – Universidade Regional do Noroeste do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul e Instituto Federal de Educação Ciência e Tecnologia Farroupilha
Maria Simone Vione Schwengber – Universidade Regional do Noroeste do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul

And When Love Kills? Stories about the Culture of Terror and Violence in Several Corners of the World
Janaina Sampaio Zaranza – Universidade Federal do Ceará e Faculdade Maurício de Nassau / NUSS
Maria Isabel Silva Bezerra Linhares – Universidade Federal do Ceará e Universidade Estadual Vale do Acaraú / GEPECJU
Francisco Ullissis Paixão e Vasconcelos – Universidade Estadual Vale do Acaraú e Universidade Federal do Ceará
Antônio Cristian Paiva – Universidade Federal do Ceará / NUSS

ROOM 3 - Representations of Gender in the Cinema of the Portuguese 'Estado Novo'

Analysis Of The Female Characters Of Two Films Of Paulo Rocha:
Yawen Zhang – Universidade de Aveiro
Na Gao – Universidade de Aveiro

Analysis of the Meaning of Marriage for Women in the New State
Haotian Ji – Universidade de Aveiro
Bowen Song – Universidade de Aveiro

Breve Analysis Of The Changes Of The Female Status During The “Estado Novo” In The Filme “A Canção Da Saudade”
Bo Li – Universidade de Aveiro

Independent And Autonomous Women During The “Estado Novo”
Ruwei Wu – Universidade de Aveiro
Xiao Pan – Universidade de Aveiro

11h30 – Coffee Break
11h45 – Conference 3 | Gender and Public Policies – GAT, Alexandra Oliveira, Conceição Nogueira
12h45 – Lunch
13h45 – Symposium 5

ROOM 1 - Gender and Infancy

Homosexual Themes in Current Youth Literature
Daniela Ripoll – Universidade Luterana do Brasil
Rosa Maria Hessel Silveira – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Children’s games and gender, past and present: a study in city of São Paulo, Brazil
Daniela Signorini Marcilio – Universidade de São Paulo
Madalena Pedroso Aulicino – Universidade de São Paulo

Voices Of Portuguese Feminism In Children’s And Juvenile Literature In The Early 20th Century – Some Contributions
Ana Isabel Evaristo – Universidade de Aveiro

Youth Literature As A Cultural Artifact: A Discussion About Representations Of LGBTQI Subjects
Caroline Amaral Amaral – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
Paula Regina Costa Ribeiro – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande / GESE

ROOM 2 - Gender and Intersectionality

Hegemonial Self-Reflection: Critical Whiteness at the Intersection of ‚Race’ and Gender
Martina Tißberger – University of Applied Sciences, Upper Austria, Campus Linz

The female obese body in the television media discourse: an analysis from the perspective of Cultural Studies
Giane Rodrigues de Souza de Andrade – Universidade Estadual de Maringá
Teresa Kazuko Teruya – Universidade Estadual de Maringá

Influence Of Black Culture On Brazilian Culture
Tânia Gonçalves Bueno Da Silva – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex

A Fisherwoman And Gender Issues, Look Over A Decade Of Scientific Production On This Side And Beyond Sea
Walter Chile R. Lima – Universidade Federal do Pará e Universidade de Aveiro
Maria Manuel Baptista – Universidade de Aveiro
Wladilene Sousa Lima – Universidade Federal do Pará

Normative Performativity and production of intelligibilities: an analysis of the intersection of gender and class in the weekly newspapers ‘O Brado’ and ‘O Ilhavense’
Larissa Latif – Universidade de Aveiro

🎥 Gender, Race And Social Class: The Challenges Of Feminism In Brazil And The Process Of Resistance In Coping Of Violence Against Women
Marina Milhassi Vedovato – Universidade Federal de São Paulo
Maria Sylvia de Souza Vitalle – Universidade Federal de São Paulo

ROOM 3 - Homophobia, Transphobia and Processes of Subjectivation

For A Post-Colonial Queer Theory: Coloniality Of Gender And Heteronormativity Occupying The Borders Of Translation
Fernanda Belizario – Universidade de Coimbra

Social Name: Identity Assurance And Dignity
Débora Walter dos Reis – Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto
Betânia dos Anjos do Carmo – Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto
Ana Carolina do Carmo Leonor – Universidade Federal de Viçosa

For a Brazil Without Homophobia
Francisca de Paula de Oliveira – Universidade Federal do Amapá

The Building Of Heaven By Demons: Faith, Sexuality, Capture And Resistance In The Religious Landscape Of Inclusive Christian Churches
Francisco Ullissis Paixão e Vasconcelos – Universidade Estadual Vale do Acaraú e Universidade Federal do Ceará
Francisco Ricardo Miranda Pinto – Estadual Vale do Acaraú e Universidade de Fortaleza
Dayse Paixão e Vasconcelos – Universidade de Fortaleza
Francileuda Farrapo Portela – Faculdades Luciano Feijão
Graça Maria de Morais Aguiar e Silva – Instituto Superior de Teologia Aplicada

15h15 – Conference 4 | Prostitution versus Trafficking of Women / (In)congruences of Post-Modern drifts – Sandra Benfica, Karin Werkman, Isabel Medina e Inês Fontinha.
16h15 – Coffee Break
16h30 – Symposium 6

ROOM 1 - Gender and Education I

La enseñanza como (otra) forma de activismo. Notas para una conversación sobre pedagogías queer
Gracia Trujillo – University of Castille – La Mancha /Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Educação para Equidade de Gênero e para as Diversidades: Perspectivas Plurais nas Experiências de Estágio
Kessi Almeida – Universidade de São Paulo
Anna Cecília de Alencar Reis – Universidade de São Paulo

Mapping Gender Learning Inflections During Teacher Training
Leandro Veloso Silva – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex

Characterizations Of Teachers Regarding Gender And Ethnic-Racial Relations
Gisele Morilha Alves – Secretaria Municipal de Educação de Campo Grande MS/Brasil
Eugênia Portela de Siqueira Marques – Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados / GEPRAFE/UFGD
Hildete Pereira da Silva Bolson – Grupo de Estudos e Pesquisas Políticas de Educação Superior GEPPES/UCDB
Maria Edinalva do Nascimento – Grupo de Estudos e Pesquisas Políticas de Educação Superior GEPPES/UCDB

ROOM 2 - Gender and Education II

Lesbians, Bisexuals, Cisgender, Professors: Notes About School Daily Routine
Ariane Celestino Meireles – Universidade do Porto
Lucimary Hoffman – Universidade de Lausanne
Marcelo dos Santos Mamed – Universidade de Lausanne

A Preliminary Study Of The Transvestites In The Public Schools In The Province Of Cascavel In Brazil, And The Repercussions In The Construction Of The Personality Of Those Individuals
Izaque Pereira de Souza – Faculdades Itecne de Cascavel/PR
Teresa Kazuko Teruya – Universidade Estadual de Maringá

Between The Cross And The Genitals: Conflicts Of Gender In The Current Brazilian Political And Educational Scenario
Vinícius Lucas de Carvalho – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex
Lays Nogueira Perpétuo – Universidade Federal de Lavras / Fesex

School and Homophobia: Violence Justified as Jokes
Helder Júnio de Souza – Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Adla Betsaida Martins Teixeira – Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

ROOM 3 - Gender and Literature

Books for Her: An Analysis of Book Covers of Literature Considered Feminine
Juliana Gonçalves – Universidade de Aveiro
Maria Manuel Baptista – Universidade de Aveiro
Fátima Regina Ney Matos – Universidade de Aveiro

Granta And The Feminine – The Influence Of Gender On Publishing Options
Leonor Rodrigues – Universidade de Aveiro
Maria Manuel Baptista – Universidade de Aveiro
Fátima Regina Ney Matos – Universidade de Aveiro

The lawyer that mattered – issues of the plight for human rights in Harper Lee’s novels TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD and GO SET A WATCHMAN
Maria De Fátima Pais – Universidade de Aveiro

The Curse Of Hansel And Gretel: Appeals Of An Ethnic Identity
Carlos Velázquez – Universidade de Aveiro

18h – Gender and Performativities Festival

Day 3 09/09/2016

10h – Symposium 7 / Workshops

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The workshops will be held in Portuguese only

ROOM 1 - Workshop | Gender, Sexuality and Education

Carin Klein e Mirian Dazzi

The aims of the “Gender, sexuality and education” workshop are: to promote a dialogue according to some of Cultural and Gender Studies’ concepts, so as to indicate knowledge’s temporary and interested character; focus on cultural pedagogies and production processes of gender and sexuality representations; understand some social inclusion public policies, advertisement, toys and children’s games, as cultural artefacts, implicated in notions such as maternity and paternity, family, infancy, negligence and care; propose the analysis of school scenes, advertisement, toys, public policy document excerpts, considering them materials for reflection, as they establish forms of sociability, conflict resolution and production of that which we take as norm and/or deviation; problematize the manner in which public services and institutions act in the production of specific roles conforming their users and acting in the production of gender differences and inequalities; reflect on some of the effects of this learning.

The activities will be carried out as follows: introductions of Cultural and Gender Studies concepts, taken as “lenses” to analyze some materials produced in contemporary Brazilian culture; an examination of different cultural artefacts, such as: school scenes, social inclusion and health education public policies, school knowledge, advertisement, toys, children’s literature, as meaning and effect producers for social relations; as a form of intervention an exercise of “rewriting” of the artefacts, which institute and reinforce gender differences and inequalities, is proposed.

ROOM 2 - Gender and Digital Technologies

O Feminismo do Facebook é Somente um Curtir? Direitos, Prazeres e Autonomias em “Moça, Você é Machista”
Josefina de Fátima Tranquilin Silva – Universidade de Sorocaba (UNISO) e Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (PPGCOM – ESPM/SP)

Video Games, Cultural Artifacts, Representation: Discussing The Presence Of LGBTQI Characters
Cristina Monteggia Varela – Universidade Federal de Rio Grande
Paula Regina Costa Ribeiro – Universidade Federal de Rio Grande
Joanalira Corpes Magalhães – Universidade Federal de Rio Grande

Jogos de meninas: (re)produzindo padrões estéticos e relações desiguais de gênero
Liliane Madruga Prestes – Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Sul
Jane Felipe de Souza – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

🎥 Gender, Social Media and Pedagogical Processes
Jeane Félix
Rosângela Soares – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

GrETUA - Workshop | Gender: an experience of deconstruction

Alexandra Santos

This workshop aims at becoming a space of experimentation and deconstruction. What is a man? What constitutes a woman? How is gender expression tied to gender identity? What gender features make us say a person is a man or a woman? What are the stereotypes linked to diferente genders? These are questions we will explore in this workshop through the use of clothing, props and other expression materials.

Amphitheatre - Workshop | NÊGA FILMES and MIAU Produções: how and why to empower the black women through (self)representation imagery

Maíra Zenun e Luzia Gomes

NÊGA FILMES arises as a collective mainly made of Brazilians residing in Lisbon-Portugal, which, together with MIAU PRODUÇÕES – a Brazilian cultural production company – in an effort to build different forms of self-representation imagery of African black women as well as those of diasporic origin. It is mainly about production in the field of photography and audio-visual production, bound to a direct discussion about the topics of blackness and female empowerment. We are, thus, men and women of African descent, collectivized and strengthened by the idea that the love between us, as people of African descent, by empowering black women of all oppressions of racism and sexism, also empowers the entire collective and decolonizes thought and individual action.

As such, the workshop we offer aims at providing, during the Fifth International Congress in Cultural Studies – Gender, Human Rights and Activisms, a moment of education based on the reading, problematization, analysis and production of new images which succeed at establishing and proposing other gazes and dialogues with and about the topics of race, ethnicity, blackness and cinema.
We will depart from the introduction of the last four artistic works produced by the collectives NÊGA FILMES and MIAU PRODUÇÕES, together with the reporting of those experiences as a form of direct activism for the right to self-representation of African black women and black women of African descent. It departs from a work methodology that appropriated art, and experiments in different languages to talk about the reality of the black woman.

(Part 1)

11h30 – Coffee Break
11h45 – Conference 5 | Gender: Achievements and Challenges – Nuno Pinto, Joana Amaral Dias, Paula Sepúlveda Navarrete, Helena Topa and Matias Braga
12h45 – Lunch
13h45 – Symposium 8 / Workshops

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ROOM 1 - Identity Representations of Women in Three Thematic Focuses: on Public TV, in Regionalist Documentaries and in the Black Social Club

Representation Of Gaucho Female Identity: Cultural Media Analysis Of The Documentary “Ciranda Cultural De Prendas – 40 Anos”
Janine Frescura Appel – Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Flavi Ferreira Lisboa Filho – Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Ana Luiza Coiro Moraes – Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

The Black Woman Inside A Black Social Club: The Party As A Place Of Sociability, Rigidity, Morality, And Power Relations
Giane Vargas Escobar – Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Ana Luiza Coiro Moares – Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

Representações identitárias e memórias do feminino em arquivo audiovisual: o caso da TVE, décadas de 1980, 1990 e 2000
Ana Luiza Coiro Moraes – Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Nádia Maria Weber Santos – Instituto Histórico e Geográfico do Rio Grande do Sul

ROOM 2 - Gender Technologies and Other Violences

“Oh, you’re a Brazilian woman! Well…”: symbolic and gender violence, social representations and identity
Rosana Patané – Universidade de Aveiro
Aline Bazzarella Merçon – Universidade de Aveiro

Gender as a system of power and identity performativity in the epistemological context of Cultural Studies
Sara Vidal Maia – Universidade de Aveiro

Gender, sexuality and aging: PoEtics from the past in (new old) times of Aids
Fernando Altair Pocahy – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Wanted Lindonéia: on pillage as creative principle and political performativity
Larissa Latif – Universidade de Aveiro

ROOM 3 - Workshop | Taking Care of Ourselves is a Political Act

Aida Suárez

Nowadays, we are better acquainted with the laws that govern our bodymind. The cult of goddesses has been replaced by an enormous trust in medical knowledge and technological feats. But…, there is always a “but..” in stories and life, it is important to be sure that we do not move from one myth to another, and that we are allowed to exercise our right to control and full and conscious decision over our mindbodies. We have to be sure that we have the necessary information and rights about our mindbody. This workshop aims at opening a space of reflection about our cyclical and performative mindbodies. My proposal is to begin this journey of bodily, emotional and political empowerment through on of the most “tabooed” vital processes in women’s bodies: the menstrual cycle and menstruation.

Understanding what our body tells us through the menstrual cycle is self-knowledge, as Dr. Miriam Al Adib Mendiri explains “it is important to get to know and listen to our body, to understand what we need. This often implies a taking down of taboos and stereotypes which we have been forging regarding our sexuality and natural processes”.

We will get to know the language of our bodymind and face the challenges it poses us, recognize the opportunities it provides to us, and be alert to the risks that are posed to us in its name, and we shall not leave it to chance, destiny, luck or science to decide for us. It is possible to live with wholeness coordinating the 3 C’s:
C for body (corpo) with a strong will to vibrate;
C for head (cabeça) which wants to govern through self-knowledge;
C for heart (coração) desirous to palpitate with joy and pleasure.

Amphitheatre - Workshop | NÊGA FILMES and MIAU Produções: how and why to empower the black women through (self)representation imagery

Maíra Zenun e Luzia Gomes

NÊGA FILMES arises as a collective mainly made of Brazilians residing in Lisbon-Portugal, which, together with MIAU PRODUÇÕES – a Brazilian cultural production company – in an effort to build different forms of self-representation imagery of African black women as well as those of diasporic origin. It is mainly about production in the field of photography and audio-visual production, bound to a direct discussion about the topics of blackness and female empowerment. We are, thus, men and women of African descent, collectivized and strengthened by the idea that the love between us, as people of African descent, by empowering black women of all oppressions of racism and sexism, also empowers the entire collective and decolonizes thought and individual action.

As such, the workshop we offer aims at providing, during the Fifth International Congress in Cultural Studies – Gender, Human Rights and Activisms, a moment of education based on the reading, problematization, analysis and production of new images which succeed at establishing and proposing other gazes and dialogues with and about the topics of race, ethnicity, blackness and cinema.
We will depart from the introduction of the last four artistic works produced by the collectives NÊGA FILMES and MIAU PRODUÇÕES, together with the reporting of those experiences as a form of direct activism for the right to self-representation of African black women and black women of African descent. It departs from a work methodology that appropriated art, and experiments in different languages to talk about the reality of the black woman.

(Part 2)

15h15 – Conference 6 | Questions About Gender and Arts – Raquel Freire, Anibal Pacha, Aline Ferreira.
16h15 – Coffee Break / Meeting of Coordinators
16h30 – Closing Conference | Identity and Post-identity Politics: Affinities, Tensions and Challenges to the University – Guacira Lopes Louro
17h30 – Plenary Letter of Aveiro
18h – Gender and Performativities Festival

Supporting Organizations

Coletiva Vulva da Vovó
GrETUA – Grupo Experimental de Teatro da Universidade de Aveiro
ILGA Portugal – Intervenção Lésbica, Gay, Bissexual e Transgénero
Movimento Democrático de Mulheres (MDM)
Escola de Teatro e Dança da UFPA
Universidade Federal do Pará - UFPA

Organising Institutions

Irenne - Associação de Investigação, Prevenção e Combate a Violência e Exclusão
CLLC - Centro de Línguas, Literaturas e Culturas
CECS - Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade
Programa Doutoral em Estudos Culturais

Official Carrier

TAP Portugal