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Deux villes, une fête. La semaine sainte dans le monde lusophone. Sào Joào del-Rei et Braga XVIIIème - XXIème siècles

Abstract : This research is about the Holy Week’s religious celebrations wich have been practiced in São João del-Rei (Brazil) and Braga (Portugal), two Lusophone world’s cities, relying on both Anthropology and History. We intend to present the catholic celebration in these two societies which are influenced by the baroque culture from XVIII century till nowadays. In our research the Holy Week is comprehend as a social representation space as well as an identity assertion of these two societies. Our analysis focuses primarily on searching the cultural elements persistence in these celebrations that condense the social processes in contemporary society. We have tried to observe, in an objectivity way, the ruptures and the ceremonies constructions that have occurred in these celebrations practices and which are supposed to define new ceremonies meanings as a proof beyond the time seen as a deeply rooted social practice.
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Suely Campos Franco. Deux villes, une fête. La semaine sainte dans le monde lusophone. Sào Joào del-Rei et Braga XVIIIème - XXIème siècles. Sociologie. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012PA030012⟩. ⟨tel-01582505⟩

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