Por uma Antropologia do corpo

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  • John Blacking

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2525-3123.gis.2020.171003

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Tradução do texto Towards an Anthropology of the Body, de John Blacking, publicado em The anthropology of the body (London: Academic Press, 1977), feita por Érica Giesbrecht, Laís Salgueiro e Ferran Tamarit Rebollo.

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Biografia do Autor

John Blacking

John Blacking (1928-1990) buscou compreender a importância da música na cultura e no desenvolvimento humano ao longo de sua carreira. Com formação em música, e transitando entre antropologia e etnomusicologia, produziu uma vasta quantidade de publicações sobre a musicalidade do povo Venda, habitante do norte do Transvaal, na África do Sul, com especial atenção ao desenvolvimento musical de suas crianças. Essa pesquisa lhe rendeu o título de doutor pela University of the Witwatersrand em 1965. Dentre os seus propósitos, estava o de compreender música como força social e cultural, o que permeou tanto seu trabalho etnográfico quanto sua prática de ensino, majoritariamente desenvolvida na Queen’s University Belfast, na Irlanda do Norte, bem como em suas pesquisas. Blacking também é uma referência no campo da educação musical.

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2020-08-24

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Blacking, John. 2020. “Por Uma Antropologia Do Corpo: Tradução”. GIS - Gesto, Imagem E Som - Revista De Antropologia 5 (1). São Paulo, Brasil. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2525-3123.gis.2020.171003.

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