Quando o ponto de checagem se torna um contraponto

estase como dissidência queer

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Ponto de checagem, Contraponto, Israel/Palestina, Movimento, Queer, Resistência, Estase

Resumo

Este artigo nasceu de um sentimento de desconforto com o privilégio concedido ao movimento e à mobilidade nas abordagens críticas das ciências sociais e humanas, incluindo o trabalho crítico sobre a relação entre linguagem, sexualidade e espaço. É nossa opinião neste artigo que a estase pode ser utilizada como uma prática radical de rebeldia, e por isso também pode ser queer. A fim de argumentar que a imobilidade pode ser uma forma de ação social portadora do potencial de forjar uma política radical de dissidência, tomamos como exemplo o ponto de checagem no contexto de Israel/Palestina. Com base na noção de Said (1984, 1994) do contraponto e na teorização de Stroud (2018) de cidadania linguística, ilustramos como o ponto de checagem pode tornar-se um contraponto corporal, discursivo e material que ativa as tensões irreconciliáveis entre utopia e distopia na busca por "uma resistência profunda a regimes do normal" (WARNER, 1993, p. xxvi).

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Biografia do Autor

Tommaso Milani, Universitdade de Gothenburg

Departamento de Sueco na Universidade de Gotemburgo

Muzna Awayed-Bishara, Universidade Hebraica de Jerusalém

Professora no Departamento de Inglês do Arab Academic College for Education em Haifa, Israel.

Roey J. Gafter, Universidade Ben-Gurion do Negev

Professor do departamento de Língua Hebraica da Universidade Ben-Gurion , onde trabalho principalmente com variação sociofonética do hebraico e como ela interage com a construção da identidade étnica em Israel.

Erez Levon, Universidade de Bern

Professor de Sociolinguística na Universidade de Berna .

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2021-03-09

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MILANI, T.; AWAYED-BISHARA, M.; GAFTER, R. J.; LEVON, E. Quando o ponto de checagem se torna um contraponto: estase como dissidência queer. Trabalhos em Linguística Aplicada, Campinas, SP, v. 59, n. 3, p. 1659–1687, 2021. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/tla/article/view/8661041. Acesso em: 5 dez. 2021.

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