Oneiric narratives and the sharing of (Extra)ordinary experiences

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Oneiric narratives are fragments of extra(ordinary) experiences that may raise questions about the social place occupied by the dreamer and those people who exercise listening, building spaces of sharing about imaginary, impressions and affections. In this article we reflect on the different functions that the experience of narrating and listening to oneiric content produce in a community, while addressing the relationship between dreams and periods of political and health crisis in the context of Brazilian public universities, such as those imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. As the object of analysis, we highlight a dream presented in a university outreach project, pointing out dimensions of treatment of oneiric material that help us to find clues for other ways to inhabit society.




Imbrizi, J. M., & Domingues, A. R. (2021). Oneiric narratives and the sharing of (Extra)ordinary experiences. Interface: Communication, Health, Education, 25.

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