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Revista Polis e Psique

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MACEDO, Fernanda dos Santos de; MOZZI, Gisele de  and  DASSOLER, Volnei Antonio. Traveling through the slit: corporalities and differences in academic writing. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2019, vol.9, n.2, pp. 187-204. ISSN 2238-152X.

In this paper we consider possible ways of knowledge production, specificities and valuation of these modes in contemporary culture. More specifically, we do this within an academic scope, which is a privileged space for this task. We use a fictional narrative and propose a perspective that employs theories and interlocutors as an effect from the meetings of/at the collective. We aim to performatize experiences that we want to make audible and accessible, and also to be able to stress the traditional academic discourse. We felt compelled to compose from the differences found in the edges of academic making and to accept and to reverence these differences. We imbibe from minority experiences and writings. Thereby, we question about the potentiality of the slit as a place that assumes and holds tension among different bodies and knowledge, in between spaces, worlds and experiences. At the same time, it indicates to us a locus of creating other ways of asking, researching, writing, telling, diverging, being in relation and producing knowledge. The text presents elements of this discussion to ensure this problematization remains powerful.

Keywords : social Psychology; fictional narrative; academic writing; minority knowledge.

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