Throughout the museum’s trajectory, we have also gained other symbolic functions through our representatives, who participate in countless resistance struggles against evictions and take their experiences to different spaces, sharing and reinforcing memory to prevent the erasure of multiple stories.
The articulation between academic research and community knowledge is fundamental to our history, for the creation and maintenance of narratives and as support against gentrification.
We continue to encourage social agents to take the Evictions Museum beyond regional limits, whether in Brazil or abroad, in lectures and cultural and political events, through the most varied forms of expression.
The practice of expanding research has already resulted in many books, theses, dissertations, monographs and academic articles. If you are a student, researcher or interested in developing new works and want to access our material, contact us by email at email@example.com.
We also make available dossiers, electronic journals and reports published online, with interesting data for research, for free access: Dossiers, Journals, and Reports.