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Relatório de Viagem de Campo Rosana Manfrinate

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Pesquisadora Rosana Manfrinate.
Relatório de viagem de pesquisa de campo do projeto Identidades e emancipação das mulheres do campo:políticas, saberes e educação, dia 22/04/2014 – Lugares visitados Quilombo Mata Cavalo- entrevista D. Estivina e Poconé – entrevista D. Cleide. Em nossa ida a Mata Cavalo, entrevistamos Dona Estivina, muita acolhedora, ela está sempre pronta a nos contar um pouquinho mais sobre seu cotidiano e seu mundo. Nossas perguntas nessa entrevista giraram em torno de seu trabalho na roça da família e sobre as mudanças ambientais que vem ocorrendo no quilombo, mais precisamente em relação a água. Figura 1:Dona Estivina. Mata Cavalo 22/04/2014 Foto: Giseli Nora
Dona Estivina nos contou, que desde criança trabalha na roça, aprendeu tudo com a avó materna, desde plantar o alimento até o cuidado com o seu preparo na cozinha. Ela narra que a avó mostrava o jeito certo de colocar os tocos de mandioca na terra na hora de plantar “tem que ser deitado” dizia a avó, “assim saem m…

Sea Monsters From A to Z!

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http://www.tor.com/blogs/2012/08/sea-monsters-a-z

SEA MONSTER WEEK Sea Monsters From A to Z! STUBBY THE ROCKET Art by Georgi Markov. (Check end of the post for a link to his whole portfolio)
Welcome to Sea Monster Week on Tor.com! In honor of the launch of Shark Week over on the Discovery Channel, we’ve decided to dive into the world of some of our favorite creatures ever with articles, book excerpts and more. But just what is a “sea monster” anyway? Well, we’ve given ourselves a pretty broad definition to work with. Here’s the Stubby the Rocket definition: Sea Monster (noun): Any sufficiently awesome water-dwelling creature that we perceive as being monstrously cool. So, with that in mind, prepare yourself for the greatest A-Z list of sea monsters ever compiled, just below the surface of this blog.
The Architeuthis attacks a sperm whale in the Natural History Museum
A Abe Sapien (Hellboy): An icthyo sapien, transformed as the result of a strange ritual. Aquaman (DC Comics): So…

Water mythology

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http://www.lenntech.com/water-mythology.htm


Water mythology Created by S.M. Enzler MScAn assemblage of myths and legends on water and water creatures CreaturesPeopleLocationsGodsLiterature Old stories can be divided into history, myths and legends. History describes events we know actually happened, whereas myths and legends, though often repeated by generation after generation, were never actually proven beyond a shadow of a doubt. The difference between legends and myths is that legends, or saga, tell the stories of heroes and their heroic actions, whereas myths tell the stories of creatures, divine beings and gods and how they came to be. In this sense, myths are more like fairytales told to young children.

Water plays an important role in many legends and myths. There are mythological water beings and gods, stories of heroes that have something to do with water, and even stories of isles and continents lost below the surface. This page contains a selection of the most common…