Dan Furukawa Marques publishes an article on Brazilian landless workers experience of the political
Dan Furukawa Marques publishes an article on the political experience of the landless in Brazil, in Tumultes #56, based on the practical use of Merleau-Ponty's political phenomenology as an ethnographic method in his field of investigation.
The article mobilizes Merleau Ponty's concepts of institution, experience, expression, sign and style to describe the political experience of the landless. This analytical framework is applied in the field to illuminate the processes of political subjectivity and community formation as they developed in a group of individuals associated with the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) as they occupied land for survival.
To read the article (in french) https://www.cairn.info/revue-tumultes-2021-1-page-115.htm
Congratulations to Dan for this publication !