Te raweketanga o ngā mātauranga Takatāpui: Construindo uma revisão do conhecimento a partir de fragmentos

Autores

  • Tangaroa Paora Auckland University of Technology

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53450/2179-1465.RG.2022v13i2p120-129

Palavras-chave:

Papel do gênero, Peka, Performance, tese guiada pela prática, takatāpui tāne, te ao Maori

Resumo

Este artigo considera como peka (fragmentos) do conhecimento indígena Māori que sofreu o impacto da expurgação e do apagamento colonial (Pouwhare e McNeill, 2018; Pouwhare, 2019) podem ser discutidos dentro de uma revisão contextual da literatura. A tese de doutorado guiada pela prática indígena que subsidia este artigo com o questionamento que se reduz em: "Como uma reconsideração artística da diferenciação do papel de gênero pode moldar novas formas de expressão nas artes cênicas maoris?" Especificamente, este artigo está focado em gerar e compreender espaços onde os princípios da takatāpuitanga (orientação sexual) e irarua/irarere (fluidez de gênero) podem encontrar expressão proposital dentro de uma visão de mundo indígena maori. Além de revisar a literatura existente, o estudo também envolve entrevistar takatāpui tane (homens gays māori) e estudiosos māori, pois busca exumar ou contextualizar o conhecimento fragmentário.

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Biografia do Autor

Tangaroa Paora, Auckland University of Technology

Tangaroa Paul (they/them) of Muriwhenua descent, is in their final year of a Phd in practice-led research that explores gender role differentiation through the nature of performance. They also are a lecturer of Te Ara Poutama - Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies at Auckland University of Technology, teaching in te reo Māori, Media, Gender Studies and more. Tangaroa is passionate about Kapa Haka (Māori Performing Arts) and is finding a space for gender fluidity to exist in this art form.

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Publicado

2022-06-26

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PAORA, T. Te raweketanga o ngā mātauranga Takatāpui: Construindo uma revisão do conhecimento a partir de fragmentos. Revista GEMInIS, [S. l.], v. 13, n. 2, p. 120–129, 2022. DOI: 10.53450/2179-1465.RG.2022v13i2p120-129. Disponível em: https://www.revistageminis.ufscar.br/index.php/geminis/article/view/745. Acesso em: 5 mar. 2024.

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LINK2022 Coletânea: A Pesquisa Practice-led em Comunicação e Design