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SILVA, Carolina Fernandes da; MONTEIRO, Alberto de Oliveira; MAZO, Janice Zarpellon (2014)
Publisher: Escola de Educação Física e Esporte da Universidade de São Paulo
Languages: Portuguese
Types: Article
Subjects: Remo, History of sport, Cultura, Water sports, Rowing, Clubes esportivos, Clubs, Esportes náuticos, Clubes, Historia [Remo], História do esporte
O objetivo desta pesquisa é desvendar como, no cenário do remo, foram reorganizadas as fronteiras identitárias com a fundação do Club de Regatas Almirante Barroso, nas duas primeiras décadas do século XX. Para a efetivação deste estudo histórico foram utilizados principalmente os jornais porto-alegrenses que circulavam no período. A fundação do Club Barroso modifi cou o cenário do remo em Porto Alegre, no início do século XX. Até então, os demais clubes de remo demarcavam fronteiras identitárias entre teutobrasileiros e luso-brasileiros. O Club Barroso, diferentemente, congregou estes grupos de imigrantes e seus descendentes para a prática do esporte no Lago Guaíba. As fontes revelaram que esse clube de remo foi o primeiro da cidade a agrupar representações de identidades culturais luso-brasileiras e teuto-brasileiras The objective of this research is to unveil, in the scenario of rowing, were reorganized the boundaries of identity with the founding of the Club de Regatas Almirante Barroso, in the fi rst two decades of the twentieth century. For the execution of this historical study, were primarily used the newspapers circulating in the period, in Porto Alegre. The Foundation of the Club Barroso modifi ed the scenario of rowing in Porto Alegre, in the early 20th century. Until then, the remaining rowing clubs marked borders of identity between Brazilians and in 1867. The Club, unlike, brought together these groups of immigrants and their descendants for the practice of sport in Guaíba Lake. The sources revealed that this Rowing Club was the fi rst of the city the Group representations of Luso-Brazilian and German cultural identities
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