Query : alteridad
- Juan Carlos Aguirre García5
- Luis Guillermo Jaramillo Echeverri5
- Ariel Benasayag3
- Daniel Esteban Unigarro3
- John Fredy Lenis Castaño3
- Abraham Magendzo Kolstrein2
- Agustín Assaneo2
- Alain G. Jullian Montañez2
- Alhena Caicedo2
- Alice Balsanelli2
- Alicia Genovese2
- Alonso-González, Pablo2
- Álvarez, Freddy2
- Álvaro B. Márquez-Fernández2
- Álvaro Villegas2
- Anelice Ribetto2
- Añón, Valeria2
- Arboleda Aparicio, Julio César2
- Astrid Maribel Pinto Durán2
- Biehl, Maico2
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Lules, isistines and mopeds in the historical account of a Jesuite mysioner at the borders of the Chaco
In this work we presented the transcript of a document written by the legal cura Pedro Juan Andreu, entitled ‘Annulliates the Historical Mission of San Estevan de los Indios Lules 1744’. The manuscript is part of the novel De Angelis Collection, acquired and preserved by the National Library of Rio...
POLÍTICAS DEL NOMBRE (IM)PROPIO EN VIAJE AL CORAZÓN DEL DÍA. ELEGÍA POR UN SECRETOAMOR DE ARMONÍA SOMERS
RESUMEN El presente artículo estudia la problematización que suscita el nombre propio en la configuración subjetiva e identitaria de los personajes construidos en la novela Viaje al corazón del día. Elegía por un secreto amor (1986) de la escritora uruguaya Armonía Somers (1914-1994). Lejos de ser u...
The idealisation of the others. Women who live in the ideological recourse/presentation of old societies
In patriarchal societies, from the inception of the Old World, there is a paradox that half of them are deprived in religious ideo/logical discourse — that is to say, in the ideal representation of reality — of their legitimate role in society, and is limited to a reassuring construct of the seconda...
Managing foreigners: race, mestimath, nation: Afrobeliceñas migrations in the territory of Quintana Roo, 1902-1940
EI Quintana Roo territory in south-eastern Mexico, on the border with Bel ice, was born in 1902. One of the recurrent difficulties of the territory was the lack of population and the measures taken to attract new inhabitants. And also to define these inhabitants. In this peripheral region, the popul...
Cultural change as an indigenist programme: Gamio and the Inter-American Indigenous Institute (1942-1948)
Summary In the context of Mexico in the 1940s (1942-1948), and based on the consultation of various Indian official documents, in particular the considerations on the indigenous problem, this article argues that cultural change was at the heart of the idea, programme and actions of the Inter-America...
Crime or revival
‘titrebSummary’/titrebWhen etymology, perpetrators approach crime in so far as it targets the denial of separation. It can be seen as the ultimate temptation, on the part of some subjects, to resolve the threat posed by the theft of a narcissistic object, in a certain dedistinction between the inter...
Academic memory January-June 2012
Leda Valladares’ musical project: from the Romanistic substrate to an ancestral-state-of-the-art Argentinity conception
This article deals with the trajectory of the recognised writer and musical collector Leda Valladares (1919-2012) to open Argentinian intellectual history to a complex landscape of province. In the first part, it is argued that their interest in the bagualds and the collective singing are explained...
The Limits of Otherness: the Other from the Social Energetic Perspective
Otherness has been taken up from many perspectives as Education, Language, Psychopedagogy, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology and Philosophy. That's why it is necessary to make a recapitulation of the progress about this topic. When performing this review, it became evident that none of the current...
Who was the other in the city of al-Andalus? Plurality of alterility in Qurt.uba (later VIII-XIII)
Body tested: Speeches by missionary religions in the face of North American interference in western Canada in the 20th century
This article aims to challenge bodies in situations where missionaries meet North Amerindians. This meeting context will be seen not as being limited to the historical colonial period, but rather as running until the 20th century. On the basis of archives and missionary religious speeches collected...
An old translation of La Nouvelle Astrée ‘ad usum delphini’? The dual reading of the text
The great Roman cycle of Honoré d’Urfé L’Astrée, a major pastoral work in France, has undergone countless adaptations. An abbreviated version entitled The New Astrée, anonymous or attributed to the Abbé de Choisy, was published in Paris in 1712 and translated into Russian as early as 1789. If the Ne...
A functionalist method in bioblical translation: understand the allegiance of a text
The translation of the New Testament by Berger / Nord (62003) “Das Neue Testament und frühchristliche Schriften” [The New Testament and early Christian writings] belongs to a large tradition which pretends to vivify the biblical texts. From a traductological point of view it is very interesting to r...
The condemned exteriorities and their ethical curvature
Philosophy treats the other in Mismo, which ceases to be a homogenous Totality without losing out. However, the logic of the alteriity set out in this article (going from Lèvinas to the philosophy of the libration) shows that, although the Seer is the foundation of the system, there is a reality bey...
Research and creation in Cyprus: between cultural transfers and heterotopia
Creating a mise en scène of the border that divides Cyprus was the challenge set by the theatre company Astragali Teatro in May 2014. Since the building of the wall in 1974, it was the first time that Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot actors had performed theatre together on this island. The space c...
Linguistic stereotypes and expressions in a metaphorical sense: the study of the term “migrant” in political and media discourse
We would like to question the qualifying properties of the term “migrant” and the mechanisms of the combinatory of the word “migrant” and its derivatives with other words used in the metaphorical sense (e.g. “migration blurring”). Therefore, we are seeking to identify the mechanisms for examining me...
Indigenous students and University: realities and challenges to cultural diversity. In the case of the National University of Salta
This article identifies, on the one hand, the speeches and actions carried out by the National University of Salta (unsa) to promote the socio-educational inclusion processes of indigenous students who are self-recognised in it, calling for an analysis of its institutional policy and the initiatives...
Policies of/in the difference and training of Latin American teachers. Discussions on the other
This text is likely to blur a few strands of conversations that took place in meetings between professionals in some specialised and communal schools in Argentina, Chile and Brazil on the knowledge of teachers, pupils and families, based on the questions, hopes and uncertainties that the proposal of...
Rethinking identity in the light of the Lebanese socio-political representations
Why looking at a concept that is a priori defined or even obsolete? The aim of this text is to show that the concept of identity is still operational, particularly in the case of complex research areas. Through a study articulating a conceptual approach based on a theoretical background in informati...
Journée d’étude: “Predicting in the Mediterranean medieval.Identities and cultural relations between the Mediterranean and Europe” (28 and 29/01/16, Barcelone).
ANNONCE Arguments Foresight is a particularly conducive topic for the analysis of interactions between Mediterranean and European societies, especially in the pre-modern era and its research is well suited to transcend certain topical histories. How to define the role of Christian, Jewish and Muslim...
Our project co-organises the international seminar: Mobility and conflict in the Mediterranean area: sociability and artistic creation networks in the Middle and Modern Ages
Our research project has organised the following seminar where issues relating to the Mediterranean and alterility in the middle and modern age will be discussed: International Workshop Mobility and conflict in the Mediterranean area: networking and artistic creation in the Middle Ages and Moderna M...
From asparagus to puna. Archaeological texts and contexts for a description of the Altoandino landscape in the governance of Tucumán
Introduction. This work was written on the basis of a call to reflect on interdisciplinary research practice. In our case, we present the current results of a axis that crosses, crosses and hilvana a number of jobs that seek to reconstruct the history of Altoandine colonial landscapes from always fr...
Mongeleluchi Zungu. Araucan texts documented by Roberto Lehmann-Nitsche. Marisa Malvestitti
In Argentina at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, when the state expansion into the indigenous territories and populations of Pampa, Patagonia and Chaco had materialised, interest in studying indigenous languages was growing in parallel with the influence of new appr...
The beautiful disloyal: the desire and fictionalisation of translation in the contemporary Spanish narrative
Summary: The analogy between translation and wish is at the heart of three contemporary Spanish fictions whose narratives are also translators: “The case of infiel translator” by José María Merino (1994), “A translator in Paris” by Bernardo Atxaga (1999) and Finalmusik de Justo Navarro (2007). In th...
(Des) classifying the Guaraní written culture. An enthusiastic trilingual document of Paraguay’s Chilean missions
This article analyses an enthusiastic document found in the General Archive of the Nation of Buenos Aires. This is a small photo written in straight and verso containing fragments of text in three languages: Guaraní, Spanish and Latin. We try to understand their possible uses in the written culture...