Trajetórias de professoras negras em Ituiutaba: de normalistas a professoras do ensino fundamental (1965 -1971)

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


This research is linked to the History and Educational Cultures from the Post Graduated in Education from Federal University of Goiás/ Regional Catalão and it has by objective understanding the trajectories of formation of five black teachers from the interior of the state of Minas Gerais, Ituiutaba, at Normal Course, in the period of 1965/1971. The deponents’ elections obey the following discretion: birth on 40’s and 50’s, working at Elementary School’s first years and those who belong to the black population. Their life stories were collected in the reason of understanding how mastership become a space of social arise for those black women, deriving from subaltern social division. The oral story was used as a strategy for an expression of the black teachers, consequently, color to the Minas Gerais’ education’s history scene. The undertaken study was made by a collection of methodological procedures, as: bibliographical search, studies of written documental sources of personal and official character, and oral production sources, based on the interviewed speeches, according theoretical as: Portelli (1997), Alberti (1989), and others. Many inquiries and concerns guided my studies, been those: if they realize distinction during the path of the formation at Normal Course, related gender relations and whom belong to the black population? How did they get to the Normal Course in private institutions? How was the participation in school festivities? How was the insertion on teaching/job market? For the development of the history of those black women in its student and teacher trajectory, it was from fundamental significance discussion of the concepts of race, racism, ethnicity and gender, extracted from Nascimento (1979), Fernandes (1979), Munanga (1994), Hasenbalg (1979), Scott (1995), Hirata (2014), Gomes (1995), and others. Moored on these authors discussed how was established, in Brazilian society, the racial preconception and of gender, placing the interviewed in their formation context and teaching practice, in a way that analyses the challenges and struggles they had in the process of schooling and professionalization.



Curso normal, Gênero, Professoras negras, Racismo, Normal course, Gender, Black teachers, Racism


BATISTA, E. R. Trajetórias de professoras negras em Ituiutaba: de normalistas a professoras do ensino fundamental (1965 -1971). 2016. 102 f. Dissertação ( Mestrado em Educação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Catalão, 2016.