Journal title SOCIETÀ E STORIA
Author/s Giulia Brunello
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2015/150 Language Italian
Pages 16 P. 747-162 File size 530 KB
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The two rituals analysed in this essay are the social celebrations organised by the anarchist movement and the reading of leftist newspapers by party members in São Paulo during the first decades of the twentieth century. Both are liminar experiences, in the sense that the activist separates himself/herself from present-day reality and lives for a time in an alternative and fictional world, as long as the ritual endures. It is then with a heightened awareness that he/she rejoins a transnational community based on solidarity and common ideals.
Keywords: Anarchism, Brazil, Sociability, Reading, Liminar ritual.
Giulia Brunello, Festa e lettura nel movimento anarchico a São Paulo (1900-1935): analisi di un rito in "SOCIETÀ E STORIA " 150/2015, pp 747-162, DOI: 10.3280/SS2015-150004