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Under the Berlin sky. Migratory phenomena produce ethnicities, and a number of migratory studies consider the representation of identities created by individuals and groups by their cultural symbols.
This study analyzes the cultural and religious dimension of migration, using as an example the Brazilian community in Germany, and the way in which it reconfigures the local religious field. I seek to understand how the construction of the terreiro is important in the production of symbols related to Brazilian culture, and how these are perceived by local society.
Keywords: Ethnicity and religion, expansion of Afro-Brazilian religiousness in Europe, Brazilian migration, religious field in Germany. A century ago, Brazil was a country that received many more immigrants than it exported. But since the s, it has become a country that exports more workers than it receives.
Brazilian emigration took on significant proportions since the mids, according to Teresa Sales Since the first half of that decade, Brazil has constantly experienced a negative migratory balance, and because of this, it is currently considered an "emigration country". The presence of Brazilians in Europe has grown due to international socio-economic changes, particularly the tougher U. Immigrants are increasingly associated with criminalization, particularly women Pontes , a phenomenon that intensified after the terrorist attacks in the USA.
This fact was highlighted by the European media Oliveira Assis and Martins a and b. I would like to highlight the case of Germany, because along with Great Britain, Ireland and Italy, Germany was the European country with the highest emigration rates in the late 19 th and early 20th centuries. Germany, has , officially registered residents from Latin America, of which 32, are Brazilian, with a predominance of women. According to official statistics, 2, Brazilians live in Berlin.