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LEITE, Miriam Soares. At “the student’s school, from the students, for the students”: feminism and deconstruction in narratives of occupations. ETD [online]. 2017, vol.19, suppl., pp.23-47. ISSN 1676-2592.

The news of the student occupations in the public network of education of the state of Rio de Janeiro surprised a research, then in progress, in a high school of this same network, that pointed great difficulty of political organization of the student body. Visits to occupied schools and interviews with activists are then conducted, focusing on political-pedagogical aspects of the movement. The interviews are conceived, developed and problematized based on the narrative approach proposed by Leonor Arfuch, as well as on the notions of performativity and iterability of the language, according to Jacques Derrida and Judith Butler. The discussion of the interview records showed the pertinence of the intersectional perspective for such studies, placing under suspicion categorizations initially assumed by the research, as young person and student, in addition to highlighting the relevance of gender identification in the research contingency. We conclude by the richness and radicalism of the inventions of this movement, which impose the need to open up to new possibilities for political activism, as well as the urgency of creating another vocabulary and grammar for the political-pedagogical approach of this new activism, for what we defend the pertinence of a deconstructive and intersectional perspective.

Palavras-chave : Youth. School; Gender; Feminism; Political Participation; Deconstruction.

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