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Passagens de Antiguidade Romana ao Ocidente Medieval: leituras historiográficas de um período limítrofe
Barros, José D'Assun??o;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742009000100019
Abstract: this article aims to examine some interpretations and perspectives which can be or have been examined with regards to the question of the transition period from greco-roman antiquity to the civilizations of the middle ages within western europe. it also tries to show the historiographic oscillations produced in these perspectives in consequence of the theoretical and methodological changes in the historiographic fields arising from the new tendencies of the 20th century. the discussion at hand covers not only the theses which have guided the understanding of the end of the western roman empire, but also deals with the fluctuations among the limits in the transition period that leads from antiquity to the medieval world.
Igualdade, desigualdade e diferen?a: em torno de três no??es
Barros,José d'Assun??o;
Análise Social , 2005,
Abstract: this article seeks to clarify and discuss three fundamental concepts in the human sciences - equality, inequality and difference - with a view to studying their relationships to each other and the historic character of each of these terms. the starting point is a semiotic analysis of the three ideas. the article refers to a work which the writer has recently published.
História, espa?o e tempo: intera??es necessárias
Barros, José D'Assun??o;
Varia Historia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-87752006000200012
Abstract: this article attempts to clarify and discuss the relations between space, time and history. the emphasis is in the various historiographic modalities of history for which ones the concepts of space, region, and territoriality have a significant centrality. the regional history, the geo-history, and the interdisciplinary relations between history and geography are specially emphasized.
O conceito de aliena??o no jovem Marx
Barros, José D'Assun??o;
Tempo Social , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-20702011000100011
Abstract: this article explores the early period of karl marx's intellectual output, focusing in particular on the theme of alienation. the first part of the article surveys some of the key features of marx's thought in order to demonstrate that his theory of identity is not necessarily fully coincident either with historic materialism as a historiographical and sociological paradigm, or with 'marxism' as a program of political action. the intention, here, is to clarify specific stances within karl marx's thought. the final part of the article offers some reflections on the theme of alienation in his work.
Sobre a feitura da micro-história
José DAssun??o Barros
OPSIS : Revista do Departamento de História e Ciências Sociais , 2007,
Abstract: This article attempts toclarify and discuss some aspectsrelated to Micro-History, which areconsidered here to be more of anspecialty and an approach than asa current of recent historiography.The aspects to be discussed are diverse,and include the approachesat the disposal of micro-historiansin the treatment of their historicalsources and the new ways of presentingthe historiographical textthat have recently been introducedby Micro-History. This article alsoattempts to define with greater precisionthis field of historiographyby contrasting it with traditionalMacro-History and by distinguishit from the other specialties whichnowadays divide professional Historiography.
A 'constru o social da cor' e a 'desconstru o da diferen a escrava' - reflex es sobre as ideias escravistas no Brasil Colonial
José DAssun??o Barros
OPSIS : Revista do Departamento de História e Ciências Sociais , 2010,
Abstract: Analysis of one of the questions that had marked the history and development of the modern societies: the interlacement between the notions of Slaved Inequality and Black Difference. The reflection is supported by the semiotic approach, in order to discuss three fundamental concepts – Equality, Inequality and Difference – and the historical interaction of the ideas of Slavery Inequality, Black Difference and Africanity in the Slavery Colonial System.
Uma “disciplina” – entendendo como funcionam os diversos campos de saber a partir de uma reflex o sobre a História
José D'Assun??o Barros
OPSIS : Revista do Departamento de História e Ciências Sociais , 2011,
Abstract: This article – considering the History as knowledge field – aims to develop some considerations about the constitution of “disciplinary fields”, understanding with this expression the several fields of knowledge, included or not among the university knowledge’s. The intention is to define a certain group of categories that can be used to delimit the specificities of each disciplinary field. According the reflections developed in this article, a “disciplinary field” can be defined by some objects of interest, certain singularities, a specifically confluence of theory, method and discursive patterns, interdisciplinary relations, intradisciplinary subdivisions, among other aspects. The example selected as model is History. / Este artigo – a partir de uma reflex o sobre a História como campo de conhecimento – tem por objetivo desenvolver algumas considera es acerca da constitui o de “campos disciplinares”, compreendendo com esta express o os vários campos de conhecimento, incluídos ou n o entre os saberes universitários. A inten o é definir um certo grupo de categorias que possam ser utilizadas para delimitar as especificidades de cada campo disciplinar. De acordo com as reflex es desenvolvidas neste artigo, um “campo disciplinar” pode ser definido por determinados objetos de interesse, certas singularidades, uma confluência específica de teoria, método e modelos discursivos, rela es interdisciplinares, subdivis es intradisciplinares, entre outros aspectos. O exemplo escolhido para modelo é o da História.
HERESIAS NA IDADE MéDIA: CONSIDERA ES SOBRE AS FONTES E DISCUSS O HISTORIOGRáFICA
José DAssun??o Barros
Revista Brasileira de História das Religi?es , 2010,
Abstract: Este artigo busca elaborar uma vis o panoramica sobre as heresias apresentando suas fontes e discuss o historiográfica. Parte-se de uma discuss o inicial sobre o conceito de “heresia” desde os antigos, acompanhando seu desenvolvimento no decurso da história medieval. Enfatizando os últimos períodos da Idade Média, procede-se a uma apresenta o das fontes medievais relacionadas às heresias e sua repress o sob a égide da Igreja Crist do ocidente, seguindo-se uma discuss o final sobre as heresias ao fim da Idade Média.
Arnold Toynbee e a história comparada das civiliza es
José D'Assun??o Barros
BIBLOS : Revista do Instituto de Ciências Humanas e da Informa??o , 2009,
Abstract: Este artigo objetiva examinar a perspectiva historiográfica do historiador inglês Arnold Toynbee direcionada à constitui o de uma História Comparada das Civiliza es na primeira metade do século XX. Depois de uma análise do contexto no qual emerge a idéia de uma História das Civiliza es no período da Primeira Guerra Mundial, o texto examina alguns aspectos da obra Um Estudo de História, produzido por Arnold Toynbee entre 1934 e 1965, e idealizado em momentos anteriores.
Cristianismo e política na Idade Média: rela es entre Papado e Império (Christianity and politics in the Middle Ages: the relations between the Papacy and the Empire) - DOI: 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2009v7n15p53
José DAssun??o Barros
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2010, DOI: 10.5752/p.2175-5841.2009v7n15p53
Abstract: O principal propósito deste artigo é discutir uma das mais importantes quest es relativas à intera o entre Cristianismo e Política nos vários períodos da Idade Média: a rela o entre Império e Igreja. O tema será abordado com base no exame de alguns dos aspectos políticos e imaginários envolvidos nesta rela o que, à partida, contrasta dois projetos de cunho universalista que terminam por se opor no contexto político e religioso do período medieval. Entre as quest es examinadas, um ponto importante será constituído por uma reflex o sobre as origens da no o de Império a partir do Império Romano e, posteriormente, do Império Carolíngio, assim como suas proje es subseqüentes, inclusive no período que ultrapassa a Idade Média em dire o à Modernidade. O relacionamento entre Império e Papado, conforme veremos, foi constituído no período examinado por uma alternancia de momentos de alian a e oposi o política, mas durante todo o período também pode ser pensado nos termos de um grande confronto, entre os poderes secular e religioso, que envolve as no es de “igreja”, “império” e “reino”. Palavras-chaves: Império, Igreja, Realeza, Papado, Poder Abstract The mainly purpose of this article is to discuss one of the most important questions refereed to the interaction between Christianism and Politics in the various periods of the Middle Ages: the relation between Empire and Ecclesia. The theme will be analyzed on basis of the examination of some political and imaginary aspects involved of this relation that, in first place, contrasts two universal projects that falls in opposition in the political and religious context of the Middle Ages. Among the questions examined, an important point will be constituted by the origins of the notion of Empire since the Roman Empire and, later, the Carolingian Empire, as also their subsequent projections, including in the period that exceeds the Middle Ages in direction to Modernity. The relationship between Empire and Papacy, as we shall see, was constituted by the alternation of moments of alliance and political opposition, but throughout the entire period it can be also thought in terms of a great confrontation between secular and religious powers that involves the notions of “ecclesia”, “empire” and “kingdom”. Key words: Empire, Church, Royalty, Papacy, Power
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