With the theme Orality and Scripture, the Research Group Africanias and the Graduate Program in Music are pleased to announce the 1st Africanias Congress and the III Africanias UFRJ Day, bringing together researchers at a national level to discuss the aphrodiasporic contribution. in Brazilian culture, especially in music.
The event will take place from September 18 to 20 and will be as guest professors Sônia Queiroz (Faculty of Arts of UFMG), Hector Tascón (Music – University of Cauca, Colombia), Professor Diego Fernandez (Samba Preto School) and Josivaldo Pires (History – UFBA). Papers, lectures and artistic performances will be presented. The overall coordination is from Professor Andrea Adour.
The Africanias UFRJ research group proposes to understand the contributions of different African and indigenous peoples in the different genres of Brazilian music through systematic study, with the participation of researchers from different areas and institutions. This presence has been spread since the 16th century, when the economic model adopted by Portugal in its colony used slave labor, submitting the native peoples and the various African peoples brought here, mainly from sub-Saharan Africa.
The term Africania was thus explained out by Yeda Pessoa de Castro:
“It designates the African-African linguistic-cultural legacy […] which has become a participant matrix for the construction of a new cultural and linguistic system that in Brazil identifies itself as Brazilian”.
The complete schedule can be checked at the link below.
I AFRICANIAS CONGRESS AND III AFRICANIAS DAY UFRJ Lectures, communications, artistic presentations September 18, 9:00 am to 7:30 pm September 19th, 10:00 am to 7:30 pm September 20th, 10:30 am to 2:00 pm UFRJ School of Music - Building III Ventura Building * - Av. República de Chile, 330, East Tower - 21st. Walk Downtown - Rio de Janeiro - RJ ZIP Code 20031-370 Free entrance * Attendance at least 20 minutes in advance required the scheduled time, to remove the badge at the concierge; to use the lifts, enter the number 21 and press the confirm key; The entrance to the building of visitors wearing shorts and / or slippers is forbidden UFRJ School of Music - Building I Rua do Passeio, 98 - Downtown - Rio de Janeiro - RJ ZIP Code 20021-290 More information: Phone (21) 2262-8742 Email firstname.lastname@example.org