O pensamento disruptivo do cuidado

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Maria Puig de la Bellacasa, Antropologia dos cuidados, estudos da ciência e da tecnologia×

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Cuidado, cuidando, cuidadora. Palavras carregadas, contestadas. Ainda assim, tão comuns na vida cotidiana, é como se o cuidado fosse natural, para além de alguma expertise ou conhecimento particular. A maioria de nós precisa do cuidado, sente o cuidado, é cuidada ou encontra o cuidado em uma ou outra forma. O cuidado é onipresente, inclusive através dos efeitos da sua ausência. Como um sentimento de falta que emana dos efeitos da negligência, ele passa dentro, através, por todas as coisas. Sua falta desfaz, permite que se desemaranhe. Cuidar pode nos fazer sentir bem; também pode nos fazer sentir péssimas. O cuidado pode fazer o bem; também pode oprimir. Seu caráter essencial para os seres humanos e os inúmeros seres vivos faz com que todas sejam suscetíveis a ceder a esse controle. Mas o que é o cuidado? É um afeto? Uma obrigação moral? Trabalho? Um fardo? Uma alegria? Algo que podemos aprender ou praticar? Algo que simplesmente fazemos? Cuidado significa todas essas coisas e coisas diferentes para pessoas diferentes, em situações diferentes. Assim, embora as formas de cuidado possam ser identificadas, pesquisadas e compreendidas concreta e empiricamente, o cuidado permanece ambivalente em seu significado e ontologia.

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Biografia do Autor

Maria Puig de la Bellacasa, University of Warwick

Maria Puig de la Bellacasa, Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, UK. Email: maria.puig-de-la-bellacasa@warwick.ac.uk

Ana Gretel Echazú Böschemeier, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte

Pesquisadora, tradutora e professora adjunta no Departamento de Antropologia, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte – UFRN. É pesquisadora associada ao programa TWAS/UNESCO, abordando descolonização, feminismos Sul-Sul e diplomacia científica.

Cíntia Engel, Universidade de Brasília

Pesquisadora associada ao Coletivo de Antropologia e Saúde Coletiva – CASCA, da Universidade de Brasília (UnB) e do instituto mulheres e economia – imuê. Possui pesquisas e consultorias nos temas do cuidado, envelhecimento, demências e complexidade medicamentosa.

Lucrecia Raquel Greco, Universidade Federal do Maranhão

Pós-doutoranda no Programa de Pós-graduação em Ciências Sociais da Universidade Federal do Maranhão (UFMA). Pesquisa desde atravessamentos entre corporalidades, performance e políticas. Suas pesquisas e colaborações desenvolveram-se no Brasil e na Argentina, principalmente com coletivos indígenas e afro-brasileiros.

Helena Fietz, Rice University

Antropóloga, professora de antropologia na Rice University e pesquisadora vinculada ao Grupo de Pesquisa Ciências na Vida/UFRGS e ao Grupo de Estudos em Antropologia e Deficiência/UFRGS. É especialista em cuidado e deficiência.

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Puig de la Bellacasa, Maria, Ana Gretel Echazú Böschemeier, Cíntia Engel, Lucrecia Raquel Greco, e Helena Fietz. 2023. “O Pensamento Disruptivo Do Cuidado”. Anuário Antropológico 48 (1):108-33. https://doi.org/10.4000/aa.10539.

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