De tombamentos e museus. Estratégias político-culturais no candomblé de Salvador
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The work has as study object the Candomble temples Protection process and its museums organization in Salvador city (Bahia-Brazil) and its surroundings. The aim of this study was to understand what issues emerge from the making safeguard policy by IPHAN and the process of "becoming cultural heritage". At first data was collected during field research, from documents produced during the cultural heritage Protection process, especially those of proceedings 1067-T-82 (which reffers to the emblematic Casa Branca temple case) and 1498-T-02 (the Ile Axe Oxumarê tipping) as well from minutes of IPHAN meeting. In a second moment, this work focused on the growing process of museums organization in african-religious spaces. The investigation considered both general context and the specific cases of São Jorge Filho da Goméia afro-brazilian temple and Mokambo afro-brazilian temple.