Book: Capoeira em Múltiplos Olhares

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Book: "Capoeira in multiple perspectives: Studies and research at stake"

Authors: Antônio Liberac Cardoso Simões Pires; Franciane Simplicio Figueiredo; Paulo Andrade Magalhães Filho; Sara Abreu Da Mata Machado.

The works demonstrate that the practices of capoeiras are not unique, crossing different social groups, revealing Brazilian society. Perhaps this enabled capoeiras, or some capoeiras, to become capoeiristas, to fight the repressive actions supported by article 402 of the 1890 criminal code, and to transform capoeira into martial arts, sport and physical education. Representatives of different social groups, practitioners of capoeira, met again. It was no longer Camisa Preta, Manduca da Praia, Antonio Boca de Porco and Nascimento o Grande. The meeting aimed to place capoeira among the international struggles, being it the only national one, built in Brazil; these were the claims of the main protagonists. Mestre Zuma, Mestre Bimba, Mestre Sinhozinho, Mestre Pastinha emerged, new approaches, new sources, new objects for a world of capoeiristas who (re)invented a tradition.


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ISBN: 6599013716


Pages: 678

Publication: 2020 2nd Edition





CHAPTER 1. The collective construction of a pedagogical proposal for capoeira

Gláucio Anacleto de Almeida (Cuité)

Chapter 2. Some notes on capoeira and education for diversity

José Luiz Cirqueira Falcão

CHAPTER 3. Education, art and subjectivity: a possible encounter?

Cesar Barbieri

CHAPTER 4. Capoeira and children's education: dialoguing about pedagogical practice and human formation

Jean Adriano Barros da Silva

Chapter 5. Capoeira and knowledge transmission

Franciane Simplicio

Chapter 6. With Africans Ethnographic experience in a capoeira Angola group in Porto Alegre

Marco Antonio Saretta Poglia

Chapter 7. Muleeke game in capoeira angola: education for diversity

Sara Abreu da Mata Machado • Rosângela Costa Araújo


Chapter 8. Capoeiragem in Amazonas (1905 to 1980)

Luiz Carlos de Matos Bonates

Chapter 9. Oral tradition: a journey with “Mestre Noronha” through capoeira in Salvador (1890-1930)

Antonio Liberac Cardoso Simões Pires

Chapter 10. The rogue social practices of capoeiras of yore

Adriana Albert Dias

Chapter 11. “Batuque is not a sin”: capoeira and other toys at street parties in Feira de Santana-BA (1970-1985)

Josivaldo Pires de Oliveira

Chapter 1 2. Capoeira, Creole Art

Matthias Röhrig Asuncion

Chapter 13. On capoeiragem: capoeira, violence, sport and popular culture in debate in Rio de Janeiro

Gabriel da Silva Vidal Cid • Maurício Barros de Castro

Chapter 14. Reflections on capoeira and urban public space in its historical trajectory

Felipe do Couto Torres

Chapter 15. Strays, Rowdies, and Bullies: The Social Struggle

Pedro Rodolpho Jungers Abib


Chapter 16. The gift and the debt: hierarchy and equality in capoeira schools in Rio de Janeiro and Paris

Simone Pondé Vassallo

Chapter 17. Capoeira: malice and the philosophy of malandragem

Nestor Capoeira

Chapter 18. Capoeira, identity, traditions and globalization

Helio José Bastos Carneiro de Campos (Master Xaréu)

Chapter 19. A Thousand Around the World: Notes on the Globalization of Capoeira

Elson de Assis Rabelo

Chapter 20. The game of Angolan tradition in the 80s

Paulo Andrade Magalhães Filho

Chapter 21. The world upside down

Letícia Vidor de Sousa Reis


Chapter 22. Capoeira, music and trance

Flávia Diniz

Chapter 23. Sharing capoeira angola on Orkut and Facebook.

Cecilia Tamplenizza

Chapter 2 4. They sway

Rosangela Costa Araújo

Chapter 25. Images from the film “War Dance in the African Diaspora”

Luís Vitor Castro Júnior

Chapter 26. m’bolumbümba: regional capoeira, experience and composition

Guilherme Bertissolo • Lia Sfoggia

Chapter 27. Women in capoeira: interfaces between gender and

reafricanization of tradition in the process of legitimizing capoeira angola

Christine Nicole Zonzon

Chapter 28. The capoeira trance and a research in dance and capoeira.

Gabriela Santos Cavalcante Santana


Chapter 29. Capoeira on the agenda of cultural policies: heritage

Neuber Leite Costa

Chapter 30. Capoeira and tourism – data for a public policy for capoeira in the state of Bahia.

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Chapter 31. (re)negotiated games: the institutionalization of capoeira in the Paraná penitentiary system from the memories of former masters

Ariana Guides • Magda Luiza Mascarello

Chapter 32. The place of capoeira in government actions in Brazil in a historical perspective

Vivian Fonseca • Luiz Renato Vieira

Chapter 33. Participation and public policies: actions to safeguard capoeira by IPHAN-MG

Priscila Soares de Paiva Campos Moreira

Chapter 34. Grupo Senzala de Capoeira and cultural processes

in Brazil. A tribute at the First International Meeting of Capoeira Researchers (2013 – Cachoeira - Ba)

Annex 1: artistic images by Anderson Santos

Annex 2: 1st international congress of capoeira researchers: images

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