Narrativas do espólio: uma etnografia sobre o fandango e a perda cultural caiçara (Cananéia SP)
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This dissertation aims to undertake an analysis, based on ethnography between fandangueiros of the southern coast of the state of São Paulo, in the municipality of Cananéia, who seeks to follow the flow as it interweaves Fandango caiçara in the networks established by the agents who engage in the Caiçara culture, in an objectified way, that is, engage with caiçara culture as a political objective and as an "object", at the same time. Thus, from the ethnography, the analysis undertaken here will seek, instead to "explain" the caiçara fandango in reference to a cultural background, show as its fandango transform and act on culture (transforming itself reciprocally), in a objectified way or not. It will therefore be essential for the work done an analysis of pessimism that we call structural with which fandangueiros face their own transformations engendered in their culture, claiming (almost) always that the fandango "it will be over". Will also be under scrutiny the public actions and private agents seeking "revitalize" and "rescue" Fandango, as the increasing heritage policies in recent decades in Brazil, the process by which the fandango was transformed into Intangible Cultural Heritage of Brazil, in 2011.