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Escrituras do Corpo Biogr??fico e suas contribui????es para a Educa????o: um estudo a partir do Imagin??rio e da Mem??ria; Writings of the Biographical Body and their Contributions to Education: a study based on Imaginary and Memory

ZANELLA, Andrisa Kemel
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educa????o; Programa de P??s-Gradua????o em Educa????o; UFPel; BR Publicador: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educa????o; Programa de P??s-Gradua????o em Educa????o; UFPel; BR
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This thesis, which belongs to the line of research named Written Culture, Languages and Learning, aimed at describing a study of memories that were inscribed in Pedagogy students‟ bodies during their education process. The focus was the interpretation of gestures as a translation of the imaginary in the writings of the Biographical Body. The research was supported by studies of the Imaginary, whose main theoreticians are Gilbert Durand and Gaston Bachelard, and of the Biographical Body, based on Danis Bois and Marie-Christine Josso. The thesis that has emerged from it says that the memory of the body is part of everybody‟s developmental process. i. e., every meaningful experience is recorded and can be written down. Based on studies of the Imaginary, such experiences comprise a subject‟s imaginary reservoir which was, in this case, visualized by the students‟ gestures. The following question was the starting point of the research: could the visualization of the memory inscribed in the body help to think about somebody‟s (self)development project? In order to answer this question, four Pedagogy students participated in six meetings whose focus was the exercise of body biographyzation through theatrical improvisation. These meetings were video-recorded and reported in the Diary of Experience (a notebook in which the repercussion of the body work was recorded). Therefore...