Desafios analíticos contemporâneos: pós-desenvolvimento e modernidades - Editorial

Flávia Charão-Marques, Alberto Arce, Gustavo Blanco-Wells, Lorena Cândido Fleury

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Trata-se de uma coletânea de artigos que compõe essa seção especial, são decorrentes da realização de um workshop, ocorrido nos dias 16 e 17 de outubro de 2018, na Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, em Porto Alegre. O evento abrigou um intercâmbio de ideias que contribuem para a inclusão de saberes e experiências no contexto dos estudos do desenvolvimento. Partindo-se de questionamentos sobre o pós-desenvolvimento e os limites da crítica à modernidade, e privilegiando as ‘entidades’ envolvidas em seus processos (sementes, micróbios, minerais, água, árvores, artefatos, dentre outras), entendimentos inovadores para problemas contemporâneos foram apresentados ao redor dos seguintes eixos: Mudanças climáticas e energia; Vitalização da alimentação; A vida social dos territórios; Trajetórias da biopolítica às políticas da vida. A proposta nasce da inquietação por revigorar perspectivas e compreensões do que é o social nas análises de processos vividos pelos territórios na América Latina, tomadas as realidades contemporâneas como complexas, de natureza pluriversal e de composição heterogênea. Um dos desafios que está colocado é de como ir além de lógicas do tipo causa e efeito, amparadas em categorias analíticas dicotômicas – como escalas micro e macro; níveis global e local; espaços rural e urbano; sujeitos e objetos; natureza e sociedade, humanos e não humanos. Esse esforço coletivo se volta às múltiplas realidades produzidas em diferentes espaços sociais, atravessados por práticas discursivas, disposições afetivas, elementos ontológicos, múltiplos agenciamentos e materialidades contingentes.

 

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desenvolvimento, ação social, neomaterialismo, ontologia, cosmopolítica

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