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O lugar do sacrifício: qurbani e circuitos transnacionais entre bangladeshis em Lisboa

José Mapril
Análise Social
Vol. 44, No. 190, Religião e mobilidade humana no século XXI (2009), pp. 71-103
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41012702
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Abstract

Na literatura sobre as migrações e as diasporas sul-asiáticas, um dos temas mais recorrentes prende-se com as dinâmicas religiosas. A relação triangular entre a religião, os países de origem e os países onde residem tem sido um importante tema de pesquisa. O presente artigo pretende dialogar com esta literatura através de um estudo de caso sobre o qurbani, um ritual sacrificial realizado aquando do final da peregrinação a Meca (hajj), entre muçulmanos bengalis em Lisboa. Ao longo do texto argumentarei que a realização desta cerimónia revela processos de (re) produção de lugares e espaços de pertença num contexto transnacional. One of the recurring themes in the literature of migration and the South Asian diasporas is the dynamics of religion. The triangular relationship between religion, countries of origin, and host countries is an important field of research. This article seeks to engage with this literature through a case study involving qurbani, a sacrificial ritual which takes place at the end of the pilgrimage to Mecca (the hajj), among Bengali muslims in Lisbon. In the article I argue that in performing this ceremony these migrants (re) produce places and spaces of belonging in a transnational context.

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