Capítulo I _ Cinema – Arte

Medeia: itinerâncias do mito em diferentes contextos enunciativos

Alex Beigui
Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, Brasil
N.º 14 (2023)
Publicado 2024-01-05


The research is part of one of the investigations carried out by DRAMATIC - Research Group in Dramaturgy: Theories, Intermediates and Cultural Scene, registered in the CNPq Group Directory, whose work is linked to CLE - Center de Langues et Littératures Européennes Comparées da Université from Lausanne. Since 2014, we have sought to investigate the unfolding of tragic myths and their different modes of discourse and performativity in contemporary times. After an exhaustive process of mapping the myth of Antigone, we intend to extend our field of analysis to the myth of Medea, based on the notion of “cultural dialogism” and “Differential Comparison”, proposed by Mikhail Bakthin (2003) and Ute Heidmann (2014) respectively. Also part of the theoretical scope of the proposed investigation is the dialogue with the conceptions of myth arising from Latin American and Afro-Amerindian epistemological decolonial currents. In this sense, authors such as (MAZAMA, 2019); (SODRÉ, 2017); (LOUSADA, 2016); (MBEMBE, 2014); (TAYLOR, 2013); SANTOS (2009); (DUSSEL, 2009); (VISVANATHAN, 2009); (MASOLO, 2009); (RAVETTI, 2002); (PRANDI, 2001); (MARTINS, 1997); (SAID, 1990), to name the most expressive ones regarding the borders and diasporas that involve cultural relations and appropriations.

Palavras-chave Medea, Myth, Rewriting, Textuality, Cinema.
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