A ilha dos homens menstruados

introdução de leacock sobre "Origem da família, a propriedade privada e o Estado" do Engels

Autores

  • Oswald Hugo Benavides Universidade Fordham

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/rap.v13i1.8654888

Palavras-chave:

Queer, Engels, Eleanor Leacock

Resumo

Este artigo procura avaliar arqueologicamente a hipótese de Friedrich Engel sobre o papel cúmplice dos casamentos monogâmicos no domínio patriarcal, conforme delineado por ele em sua obra canônica "A Origem da Família, a Propriedade Privada e o Estado", bem como introduzida por Eleanor Leacok (1972) a esse mesmo trabalho. Engel havia mencionado, mas não totalmente elaborado, o impacto do trabalho na mudança da produção comunitária para a acumulação individual dentro da família nuclear; o que permitia ao agregado familiar acumular riqueza de forma hierárquica. Eu uso o material iconográfico arqueológico da costa equatoriana para abordar esta hipótese, bem como, os recentes insights de uma abordagem teórica Arqueológica Queer.

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Biografia do Autor

Oswald Hugo Benavides, Universidade Fordham

Doutor pela Universidade da Cidade de Nova York. Professor em Antropologia pela Universidade Forshan. 

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2019-07-22

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BENAVIDES, O. H. A ilha dos homens menstruados: introdução de leacock sobre "Origem da família, a propriedade privada e o Estado" do Engels. Revista Arqueologia Pública, Campinas, SP, v. 13, n. 1[22], p. 85–98, 2019. DOI: 10.20396/rap.v13i1.8654888. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/rap/article/view/8654888. Acesso em: 4 fev. 2023.