Thoughts on the "global turn" as a disciplinary future
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Estruturas transculturais
Universalismo
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Análise formal
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FARAGO, Claire. Thoughts on the "global turn" as a disciplinary future: Escaping eurocentric approaches. MODOS: Revista de História da Arte, Campinas, SP, v. 5, n. 3, p. 122–139, 2021. DOI: 10.20396/modos.v5i3.8666208. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/mod/article/view/8666208. Acesso em: 21 maio. 2024.

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Com ênfase especial nos estudos regionais, este artigo assume o desafio de teorizar sobre as complexidades da interação cultural sem impor categorias etnocêntricas como as que historicamente definiram a disciplina de História da Arte em termos euro-americanos. Um dos principais obstáculos para repensar a disciplina de História da Arte tem sido a segmentação de nossos arquivos por estilo de época e cultura nacional. Como podemos acessar esse passado (e presente) sem também transmitir valores que podem não ser mais sustentáveis, mas são inerentes a nossos termos e estruturas de classificação? Eu reviso questões de interesse comum em uma ampla extensão de métodos e assuntos sob quatro categorias: (1) o problema dos universais e universalismo; (2) trabalhar dentro de um modelo de cultura nacional em um ambiente transcultural; (3) a base epistêmica e ontológica da pesquisa; e (4) a ética da bolsa de estudos. Eu defendo uma ontologia não transcendental baseada em material com capacidade suficiente para apelar a muitos objetivos interpretativos diferentes no centro das abordagens transculturais, como o que acontece quando valores, crenças e informações não são mantidos em comum. Nesses casos, a interpretação se concentra na heterogeneidade da própria obra de arte.

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