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Title of the item:

Entre la agencia y el estigma: negociaciones identitarias de brasileñas/os en Santiago de Chile desde una perspectiva Biográfica-Interseccional. (Portuguese)

Title:
Entre la agencia y el estigma: negociaciones identitarias de brasileñas/os en Santiago de Chile desde una perspectiva Biográfica-Interseccional. (Portuguese)
Authors:
da Silva Villar, Ariany
Padilla, Beatriz
Sharim, Dariela
Alternate Title:
Between Agency and Stigma: Identity Negotiations of Brazilians In Santiago, Chile from a Biographical-Intersectional Approach. (English)
Source:
Cadernos PAGU; 2021, Issue 63, p1-20, 20p
Abstract (English):
This article explores how intersections of gender, race, and nationality influence both the migration experience and identity processes of Brazilians living in Santiago, Chile. We use a biographicalintersectional analysis of their migratory trajectories collected with the Life Stories Method, in-depth interviews, and Fotohistorias (participatory photography). The analysis suggests that Brazilian female corporality, represented especially by Afro-descendant women, becomes simultaneously an icon of a sexualized Brazilianness and a device of agency and identity negotiations. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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