Barulho! Vamos deixar cantar o Fado Bicha. Cidadania, resistência e política na música popular contemporânea

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https://doi.org/10.11606/1678-9857.ra.2022.197977

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Queer, artivismo, resistência, identidades, política

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Notando a desadequação do entendimento da música como mero fenómeno superficial de uma expressão sociopolítica, mostraremos, neste artigo, como os Fado Bicha enfatizam a importância da performatividade numa improvável resistência fundada no fado. Na verdade, procuramos demonstrar como as performances e as canções do Fado Bicha se assumem como produtores de denúncia e de protesto e, sobretudo, são (re)criadoras de temáticas/problemáticas de género. A sua insurgência manifesta na realidade portuguesa, ao provocar-lhe agitação e mudança pela leitura que dela fazem, constitui-se em elemento integrante de uma identidade coletiva reconfigurada pelo artivismo. Assim, procurou-se romper com o facto de a música, enquanto meio que atinge um elevado número de pessoas a uma escala transglobal, ter sido ainda pouco estudada no seu impacto político, isto é, como instrumento de refutação de hegemonias, de resistência e de articulação de novas alternativas – e, justamente, onde menos se esperava - no fado.

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Paula Guerra, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto

Paula Guerra é Doutora em Sociologia pela Universidade do Porto. É Professora no Departamento de Sociologia da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto e Investigadora no Instituto de Sociologia da mesma Universidade. Membro da Comissão Científica do Mestrado em Sociologia da Universidade do Porto, faz também parte de outros centros de investigação internacionais: CEGOT, CITCEM e Dinâmia’CET – IUL. É Professora Associada Adjunta do Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research na Austrália. É coordenadora e fundadora da Conferência / Projeto KISMIF (https://www.kismifconference.com/ https://www.kismifcommunity.com/).

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Guerra, P. (2023). Barulho! Vamos deixar cantar o Fado Bicha. Cidadania, resistência e política na música popular contemporânea. Revista De Antropologia, 65(2), e197977. https://doi.org/10.11606/1678-9857.ra.2022.197977

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