REVISÃO NARRATIVA DA LITERATURA SOBRE O USO E APLICAÇÃO DO TERMO “POLÍTICA DA MEMÓRIA”

Wesley Lima, José Rogério Lopes, Alex Pizzio

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Esta pesquisa tem como objetivo identificar o uso e a aplicação do termo “política da memória” nas produções científicas de âmbito internacional. Para tanto, partindo do levantamento bibliográfico sobre o tema, foram selecionados 36 artigos em periódicos internacionais. A metodologia teve como parâmetro a revisão narrativa da literatura para análise das fontes de informações, interpretando e identificando a aplicação do termo nas pesquisas publicadas entre 2015 e 2021. Os resultados da análise mostraram que o uso e a aplicação do termo “política da memória” estão associados intrinsecamente às representações materiais, aos processos políticos governamentais e às sociedades com regime autoritário ou democrático. Isto é, representam a memória política de países que vivenciam processos de crise da identidade nacional, ou daqueles em que essa ainda necessita ser elaborada. Conclui-se que a política da memória articula referências ao processo de fortalecimento de identidades nacionais. Dessa forma, política e poder são elementos basilares utilizados pelos governos para gerir a memória, para fazer lembrar acontecimentos de outrora ou para esquecer memórias históricas, trazendo-se uma contribuição adicional para se pensar as relações entre política, memória e monumento.

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memória política; governo; monumento; identidade; memória

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18224/baru.v8i1.12159

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