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    Authors: Champagnat, Pauline;

    Cette thèse a pour ambition d’analyser la relation entre littérature et identités minorisées, en se basant sur l’étude des romans Ponciá Vicêncio (2003) et Becos da memória, (2006) de Conceição Evaristo, et de Niketche : uma história de poligamia (2002) et O Alegre Canto da Perdiz, (2008) de Paulina Chiziane. L’étude s’appuie sur une approche décoloniale et comparatiste qui permet d’aller au-delà des découpages nationaux, lorsqu’elle établit un parallèle entre les éléments des contextes littéraire et historique dans lesquels évoluent les œuvres des auteures. Ces œuvres cherchent à donner une voix aux communautés historiquement mises sous silence par un pouvoir hégémonique et permettent d’éclairer des questions qui ont trait à des identités culturelles minorisées, au post-colonialisme, au racisme, au genre, au féminisme, à l’oralité, à la préservation de mémoires « souterraines » (Pollak, 1993), et à « la place de la parole » (Ribeiro, 2019). Les œuvres étudiées interrogent l’émergence de ces identités minorisées, et le rôle de la littérature dans ce processus tout en misant sur la narration faite par des femmes noires évoluant dans des sociétés ayant connu l’esclavage et la colonisation. Cette thèse met en avant la vocation de la littérature à contribuer à l’émancipation des imaginaires de nos sociétés actuelles, traversées par des préjugés sexistes et racistes. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the connection between literature and the portrayal of ethnic minorities based on the novels of Ponciá Vicêncio (2003) and Becos da memória, (2006) from Conceição Evaristo, and Niketche : uma história de poligamia (2002), and O Alegre Canto da Perdiz, (2008) from Paulina Chiziane.The research is underpinned by a decolonial approach and a scientific comparison that allows an examination beyond national boundaries, as it draws a parallel between backgrounds that influence the evolution of the work of these authors. These works seek to give a voice to historically silenced communities by a hegemonic power and shed light on minority cultural identities related to post-colonialism, racism, gender, orality, the safeguarding of “underground memories” (Pollak, 1993), and the “position of speech” (Ribeiro, 2019). These works examine the emergence of ethnic minority identities and the contribution of literature therein, referencing the narratives of black women in societies evolving from slavery and colonisation. This thesis highlights the ability of literature to contribute to the empowerment of minorities and challenge sexist and racial bias in modern society.

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    Authors: Champagnat, Pauline;

    Cette thèse a pour ambition d’analyser la relation entre littérature et identités minorisées, en se basant sur l’étude des romans Ponciá Vicêncio (2003) et Becos da memória, (2006) de Conceição Evaristo, et de Niketche : uma história de poligamia (2002) et O Alegre Canto da Perdiz, (2008) de Paulina Chiziane. L’étude s’appuie sur une approche décoloniale et comparatiste qui permet d’aller au-delà des découpages nationaux, lorsqu’elle établit un parallèle entre les éléments des contextes littéraire et historique dans lesquels évoluent les œuvres des auteures. Ces œuvres cherchent à donner une voix aux communautés historiquement mises sous silence par un pouvoir hégémonique et permettent d’éclairer des questions qui ont trait à des identités culturelles minorisées, au post-colonialisme, au racisme, au genre, au féminisme, à l’oralité, à la préservation de mémoires « souterraines » (Pollak, 1993), et à « la place de la parole » (Ribeiro, 2019). Les œuvres étudiées interrogent l’émergence de ces identités minorisées, et le rôle de la littérature dans ce processus tout en misant sur la narration faite par des femmes noires évoluant dans des sociétés ayant connu l’esclavage et la colonisation. Cette thèse met en avant la vocation de la littérature à contribuer à l’émancipation des imaginaires de nos sociétés actuelles, traversées par des préjugés sexistes et racistes. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the connection between literature and the portrayal of ethnic minorities based on the novels of Ponciá Vicêncio (2003) and Becos da memória, (2006) from Conceição Evaristo, and Niketche : uma história de poligamia (2002), and O Alegre Canto da Perdiz, (2008) from Paulina Chiziane.The research is underpinned by a decolonial approach and a scientific comparison that allows an examination beyond national boundaries, as it draws a parallel between backgrounds that influence the evolution of the work of these authors. These works seek to give a voice to historically silenced communities by a hegemonic power and shed light on minority cultural identities related to post-colonialism, racism, gender, orality, the safeguarding of “underground memories” (Pollak, 1993), and the “position of speech” (Ribeiro, 2019). These works examine the emergence of ethnic minority identities and the contribution of literature therein, referencing the narratives of black women in societies evolving from slavery and colonisation. This thesis highlights the ability of literature to contribute to the empowerment of minorities and challenge sexist and racial bias in modern society.

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