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Rubens Mascarenhas Neto

Freie Universität Berlin

ZI Lateinamerika-Institut

Doktorand

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11.2019: Doktorand der Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie – Freie Universität Berlin

2015 – 2018: Master in Sozialanthropologie - Post-Graduierten-Programm in Sozialanthropologie (PPGAS), Universität Campinas (UNICAMP), Brasilien

2011 – 2014: Bachelor in Sozialwissenschaften - Institut füf Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften (IFCH), Universität Campinas, Brasilien

Forschungsthemen

Sozialanthropologie – Lateinamerika-Studien – Queer Studien – Postkoloniale Theorie


Forschungserfahrung

10.2016 – 04.2017: Gaststudent in Birkbeck, University of London/ BiGS/RSHC (London, Großbritannien)

03.2015 – 02.2018: Forschung für Masterarbeit an Universität Campinas/ Abteilung Anthropology (Campinas, Brasilien)

04.2014 – 07.2014: Gaststudent an École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)/ Centre de Sociologie Européenne (CSE) (Paris, Frankreich).

08.2013 – 11.2014: Forschung für Bachelorarbeit an Universität Campinas/ Abteilung Soziologie (Campinas, Brasilien).

08.2012 – 07.2013: Forschung im Rahmen des Bachelors an Universität Campinas/ Zentrum für Gender Studien (PAGU) (Campinas, Brasilien).


Forschung

Projekt: Transnational cabarets: transposing borders of gender, sex, art and nation”

Betreuerin: Prof. Dr Stephanie Schütze, Freie Universität Berlin

This research proposal is concerned with understanding the relationships between erotism and exoticism around meanings and usages of categories of race and nationality in the context of 1960s-1980s transgender cabaret culture in Paris and Berlin. The scope is concentrated primarily in the symbols mobilised around Brazilian travesti artists. The importance of Brazilian artists in the context of travesti/transgender cabaret performances in the aforementioned period is due to their significant presence in those places, and, later, in sex-work. The research is based upon documentary sources found in public archives, interviews, and participant observation in the cabarets that remain open.

Artikel

Mascarenhas Neto, R. & Zanoli, V. (2016) “Escola, política, família e religião: disputas em torno da chamada ideologia de gênero”. Novos Debates - fórum de debates em antropologia, 2(1), pp. 77-81. Disponible en: http://novosdebates.abant.org.br/images/pdf/v2n2.pdf (Revisado por pares)

Zanoli, V. & Mascarenhas, R. (2019). “We are favela: an ethnographic account on the production of identities, cultures and places”. In: Brunnström, P. & Claesson, R. (Eds) Creating the City: Identity, Memory and Participation. Conference proceedings (pp. 421-440). Malmö University Publications in Urban Studies - MAPIUS (23), Sweden. doi: 10.24834/2043/28212

Mascarenhas Neto, R. & Zanoli, V. (2019). "Black, LGBT and from the favelas: an ethnographic account on disidentificatory performances of an activist group in Brazil". Culture Unbound, 11(1), pp. 124-140. doi: 10.3384/cu.2000.1525.2019111124 (Revisado por pares)

Masterarbeit

Mascarenhas Neto, R. (2018). “Da praça aos palcos: trânsitos e redes de jovens drag queens em Campinas-SP”. (Tesis de Maestría, Universidad de Campinas, Brasil). Disponible en: http://repositorio.unicamp.br/jspui/handle/REPOSIP/331215