O Keroncong Tugu na Pele de Portugueses e de Betawis

Autores

  • RAAN-HANN TAN INSTITUTE OF MALAYSIAN AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26512/museologia.v6i11.17739

Palavras-chave:

Keroncong Tugu, Mardijkers, Betawi, performance, identidade

Resumo

Na Indonésia, a música Keroncong Tugu tem origem em um local no norte de Jakarta conhecido popularmente como ‘Aldeia Portuguesa’ de Tugu. Os ascendentes do povo de Tugu eram principalmente mardijkers (escravos liberados). A partir de dados etnográficos recolhidos em trabalho de campo, este artigo pretende explorar as relações entre o povo Tugu e os Betawis, a população indígena de Jacarta, que habitavam a Batávia colonizada pelos holandeses, concentrando-se em suas indumentárias e artes performáticas. A última parte deste trabalho aborda o recente desenvolvimento das relações Portugal-Indonésia. Tendo em conta o conceito de “performance cultural”, delineado pelo antropólogo Milton Singer, este artigo demonstra que o Keroncong Tugu não é apenas essencial como um marcador de identidade Tugu, mas também as suas performances nos desafiam a redefinir o povo Tugu, bem como os Betawis, no contexto de Jacarta. Ao mesmo tempo, é-nos fornecida uma perspetiva mais ampla para a compreensão da interação entre identidade e relações interculturais nas sociedades pós-coloniais.

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Biografia do Autor

RAAN-HANN TAN, INSTITUTE OF MALAYSIAN AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA

Raan-Hann Tan is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), the National University of Malaysia (UKM). She received her Ph.D. in anthropology from ISCTE-IUL in 2016. She holds a triple-diploma M.A. in three countries: University of Sheffield (UK), Université de Perpignan (France), and the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal) with a scholarship from the European Union after obtaining her B.A. in Languages and Linguistics from the University of Malaya. Currently, her research centres on the rise and demise of Portuguese identities in Southeast Asia. She has conducted ethnographic fieldwork among the orang Tugu community in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Publicado

2018-03-09

Como Citar

TAN, R.-H. (2018). O Keroncong Tugu na Pele de Portugueses e de Betawis. Ecolinguística: Revista Brasileira De Ecologia E Linguagem (ECO-REBEL), 6(11), 37 - 53. https://doi.org/10.26512/museologia.v6i11.17739

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Dossiê - Legados Coloniais