Other places of doing and teaching History: a reading of MST brochures during democratic transition
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During the 1980s and 1990s, brochures were produced and distributed within the Landless Workers Movement (MST) in order to contribute with militancy organization. Published with the support of entities sympathetic to the social movement, the brochures were part of a period of intense debate on the importance of education to advance the struggle for agrarian reform in Brazil, which contributed to the development of pedagogical proposals on History by the social movement. Among numerous subjects that the printed material covered, those related to the importance of historical knowledge in the political education draw the attention, which suggests, from the present text, an analysis of past readings and representations that outlined practices to do and teach History in the organization of the landless workers.