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Revista Tempo e Argumento 2016, 8 19

Author: Gabriela Correa da Silva

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Revista Tempo e Argumento E-ISSN: 2175-1803 tempoeargumento@gmail.com Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina Brasil Correa da Silva, Gabriela Representation of the Past and Public History: Women’s History on the Internet Revista Tempo e Argumento, vol.
8, núm.
19, septiembre-diciembre, 2016, pp.
416-437 Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina Florianópolis, Brasil Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=338149856018 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative e‐ISSN 2175‐1803              Representation of the Past and Public History: Women’s  History on the Internet               Gabriela Correa da Silva    Abstract  This article aims to approach the relations between  the  internet,  representation  of  the  past,  and  public  history.  To  do  this,  it  resorts  to  analyzing  the  website  and  the  Facebook  page  “As  Mina  na  História” [“Chicks in History”], created in June 2015.  In  this  examination,  it  explores  issues  such  as  the  type  of  representation  of  the  past  provided  in  this  virtual  space,  the  profile  of  its  audience,  and  the  language  used.  In  order  to  move  forward  in  these  issues, brief comments are made about the teaching  of  women’s  history  in  Brazil.  Finally,  we  seek,  through this approach, to propose some reflections  about  the  public  history  that  has  been  practiced  in  the country, beyond the issue of enlargement of the  audience ‘consuming’ history.    Keywords: Representation; Public History; Internet;  Women.  Ph.D. student in the Graduat...





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