Piseagrama is a non-profit, ad-free periodical publication that seeks to explore the intersections of cultures, peoples and epistemologies from diverse contexts in Brazil and around the world. It offers an alternative approach to writing and reading, one that is rich in depth and engagement, yet accessible to a broad audience beyond academia. By connecting textual and visual arts essays based on these principles, Piseagrama aims to inspire collective participation in the construction of these possible worlds.

Piseagrama's thematic editions, over more than ten years of existence, have already addressed [1] Access; [2] Progress; [3] Leisure; [4] Neighborhood; [5] Disposal; [6] Cultivation; [7] Walking; [8] Extinction; [9] Self-management; [1O] Resources; [11] Intolerance; [12] Possession; [13] Disobedience; [14] Future and [15] Communities.
Through the observation of festivities, memories, encounters, disobedience, rituals, gaps, refusals, groupings, neighborhoods and identities that make and transform our many collectivities, Piseagrama¹⁵ — Communities aims to instigate reflections on the possible routes for a shared life on this planet.

The magazine, published in December 2O21, emerged from vibrant conversations and collaborations with community leaders, Afro and indigenous spiritual guides, peripheral collectives, anthropologists, urban and human rights activists, architects, social connectors, visual artists, curators, and other researchers and thinkers committed to the growth, resilience, and long-term sustainability of the communities they study and inhabit.

PRINT-RUN 15OO copies
LANGUAGE Portuguese
PAGES 128 SIZE 22x3O
ISSN 2179-4421


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Felipe Carnevalli, Fernanda Regaldo,
Paula Lobato, Renata Marquez,
Wellington Cançado (editors);
Emir Lucresia, Schelton Casimira.