Juliana Farias

Juliana Farias
University of Campinas | UNICAMP · PAGU

PhD

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Apresentação do dossiê organizado por Juliana Farias, Natália Lago e Roberto Efrem Filho (Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad, n. 36, 2020). Presentation to the Special Issue organized by Juliana Farias, Natália Lago and Roberto Efrem Filho (Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad, n. 36, 2020).
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Resumo O artigo discute algumas das relações entre mães e processos de Estado, tendo em vista sobretudo os movimentos de mães e familiares de vítimas de violência institucional, as análises inaugurais a esse respeito nas ciências sociais brasileiras, as implicações dessas mães e familiares nas políticas de produção de conhecimento e na crise democr...
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Favelas are relatively poor and highly racialised urban areas, historically associated with violent criminality but also with cultural creativity. The cable car and the helicopter, two technologies of transport and surveillance that capture the favelas of Rio de Janeiro from above, are examined here as empirical and epistemological devices that emb...
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Tendo como combustível de criação os acontecimentos da 1ª Guerra Mundial, surge uma ficção literária sobre a construção e a utilização de uma máquina estatal que tatuava no corpo do condenado o texto da sua sentença até que as perfurações o levassem à morte. Escrita por Kafka, a ficção Na colônia penal (1919) mostra uma máquina tatuadora enquanto a...
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How does the actualization of government technologies in territories considered to be on the margin of the State work? Which theoretical and methodological clues can we follow from the marks left by State agents on the bodies of those regarded as peripheral? What are the political connections between territorial boundaries and the delimitations of...
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No intuito de analisar seções emblemáticas de “trajetórias documentais” (Ferreira, 2009) relativas a casos de execução sumária ocorridos durante incursões policiais em favelas do Rio de Janeiro, este artigo é pautado pelo entendimento de que determinadas “práticas de governamentalidade” (Foucault, 2008) estão diretamente articuladas a expedientes b...
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This work discusses relations between "violence" and "gender" by focusing situations involving forms of "struggle for justice" and the expression of pain by relatives of persons killed by Rio de Janeiro's military police. By following different situations where those relatives, connected in networks of support and political organization, seek the c...
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For young inhabitants of the favelas in danger of police violence and subjected to violence from drug traffickers, speaking out and stating their claims in public proves to be a particularly daunting exercise. The authors analyse the constraints imposed on these young people, consider the resources they now mobilise in order to participate in local...

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This project is drawn from the interest in reflecting on state interventions that are traversed by gender-based violence. The hypothesis is that incursions into certain territories by armed State agents are closely connected with "invasions" of feminine or feminized bodies by the same agents. Following the analysis that argue that the contemporary representation of the State is constituted by and constituent of gender relations, the proposal of this research is to pursue certain political overlaps configured by two historically established logics: one that confers the legitimacy of the use of force to the state and another one that stimulates/legitimizes/composes violence due to gender power asymmetry, as proposed by Debert and Gregori (2008). Different situations of institutional violence that directly affect the feminine or feminized bodies of people living in urban peripheries will be brought to the center of the discussion in contexts of operations, incursions or occupations carried out by armed arms of the State. In this research, those who name what is violence and what is not are cisgender and transgender woman living in peripheries of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro: in this way the focus of the analysis is directed, through their eyes, to the governmental technologies that are updated through daily acts of violence. Assuming that the mechanisms of political ordering inherent to nation-states are connected to power markers necessarily articulated to gender issues, I try to understand how, through the presence of the armed arm of the state along certain bodies and territories, the social contract has been updated - understanding that the social contract is necessarily a "sexual contract", as well emphasizes Das (2008).