Etnobotânicas da recusa: metodologias de engajamento com a resistência humana-implantada

Methodologies in Respecting Plant(ed)-Human Resistance

Autores

  • Ruth Goldstein Universidade de Wisconsin, Madison

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-8034.2021.e80434

Resumo

Este artigo examina o momento acadêmico da "Virada Vegetal" ou o que Natasha Myers chamou "The Plant Turn" (2015) na antropologia norte-americana e filosofia. É uma oportunidade de destacar o legado e continuar contribuições de cosmologias indígenas para a teoria social, sublinhando como as pessoas dentro-e-fora do pensamento ocidental há muito pensamos em "tornar-se-com" as plantas. Considerando as ramificações disciplinares e as políticas das relações botânico-humano, quando os curandeiros e os praticantes de plantas passam, em grande parte, não citados nestes discussões, este artigo envolve vários pensadores: Audra Simpson sobre uma etnográfica recusa, Emilia Sanabria sobre a Ayahuasca e as ciências psicodélicas, Michel-Rolph Trouillot sobre o 'Savage Slot', a crítica de Zoe Todd às práticas citacionais e contínua eliminação de pensadores indígenas, esforço conjunto de Davi Kopenawa e Bruce Albert, também como o trabalho de Natasha Myers e Michael Marder. Os quadros de análise de possíveis abordagens em etnobotânicas e metodologias de recusa em respeitar a resistência humano-implantada.

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GOLDSTEIN, Ruth. Etnobotânicas da recusa: metodologias de engajamento com a resistência humana-implantada : Methodologies in Respecting Plant(ed)-Human Resistance. Ilha Revista de Antropologia, Florianópolis, v. 23, n. 3, 2021. DOI: 10.5007/2175-8034.2021.e80434. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/ilha/article/view/80434. Acesso em: 17 jun. 2024.

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