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Aesthetic migrations in the first Argentinian modernisation theatre: Henri-René Lenormand — Roberto Arlt
This article analyses from a comparative approach the migration of the dramatic lenormandian model in a key dramatic stunning of Argentinian theatre modernisation: Roberto Arlt, who introduced changes and precursor forms of the Argentinian neovanguardia teatral that broke out in the 60s. We regarded...
Home of America — What was the sandinism?
conversation ‘What was of sandinism?’. On 19 July 1979, the Sandinista Revolution triumph overthrow Somoza. It was the latest armed revolution in Latin America’s most recent history and received with great enthusiasm inside and outside Nicaragua’s borders. In this digital debate, we looked at how it...
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...
From Unripe to Petrified
My motivation for writing this chapter is to call attention to a 'Feminine Symbolic' that I believe constitutes the core of Andean conceptualizations of gender. The argument that I will present is as follows: The feminine, as an abstraction, is an unmarked category, whereas the masculine is elaborat...
Transnational terrorism: We crossed the threshold to the twenty-first century
The events of the morning of 11 September 2001 at the epicentre of the economic — financial and military power of the United States of America marked the world’s accession to the 21st century. These terrorist acts brought us into a new stage, characterised by increased competition and conflict, wher...
The Indian face of domesticity: Permanent domesticity and ethnicity in Monterrey, Mexico
In this article, we will analyse the importance of ethnicity in permanent domesticity — a sector of employment in which Indian people are overrepresented — and how socio-cultural differences between ethnic groups organise the labour market and relations between employers and employees in Mexico. Usi...
Solar water collector. Promoting a new consumption model for a present and a sustainable future
Energy production through the indiscriminate use of non-renewable natural resources such as coal, oil and natural gas leads to a situation of depletion of these resources with inevitable consequences for the environment. There are many forms of pollution and environmental problems that humans have b...
The cross-border urban complexes in Latin America
The presence of cross-border urban spots is a sociological event on Latin American borders. These agglomerations are the product of the activation of capital, goods and people flows through them, and the formation of cross-border corridors and regions. Building on a recreation of some previous theor...
Organised crime. The Russian mafia and its expansion strategy
Organised crime generated by groups that expanded after the disappearance of the USSR was somewhat unexpected in the West and difficult to predict due to the conditions of concealment in which this great crime developed within Soviet borders. These are sophisticated organised crime groups whose firs...
Right to be forgotten digital in Colombia: contemporary challenges in a society
Summary The current world shows revolutionary dynamism, it is worth mentioning that this generation seemed to transcend borders from imagination due to medical, architectural, social and especially technological developments, but although the period of illustration seems to be the revival of this cu...
La fiel reproducción digital de música, imágenes y textos es parte de la cotidianidad tecnológica. Este ensayo no explora las fronteras de la ciencia ni las primicias de la ingeniería. Sin embargo, hace sentir el futuro emergente de las formas de uso del texto puro, irremplazable. Interesa su estilo...
Cervan avatars of a stereotype: the ‘storm story’ and the blurring of textual borders in Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda
The ‘storm story’, rich in its history — in particular homerals and bibliques — poses the problem of its status in the Roman genus, where it continues, in a hybrid form, at the pivot of narrative and descriptive. in Persiles, by means of a blurring of borders and textual categories, the resources of...
Israeli and Palestinian feminism: post-colonial issues
The continuation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has undeniably affected the feminist formulations of Israelis and Palestinians who have been structured in parallel, mirror, often in opposition and sometimes in dialogue. A cross-study of these movements makes it possible, first of all, to revisi...
The strategic nature of the branding process
The branding, anglicism with which it is called the creation and strategic management of a brand, gained renown in the 90s and incorporated into academic debate and professional activity in the disciplinary field of design and marketing. On that route, it caused some confusion as to the — sometimes...
“Living across borders”: vulnerability and transformation of identity in the era of globalisation
The hyperconnection, de-escalation and acceleration of social life that characterise globalisation mean that the concepts of territory, border and belonging to the political community are remarkable. While capital, business and tourism are becoming increasingly transnational, in the era of globalisa...
The best history books: 2013 (I)
Friends: we are at Christmas and, as every year, this bloc looks at the curious listings. In this case, and as in previous years, those referring to the best books of ‘history’ (beyond our borders). Without any further delay, we will do so. I. We start the journey with the UK, with the general lists...
Lectura y autoconfiguración: Sylvia Molloy lectora de Victoria Ocampo
La ficción y la crítica, declaraba Sylvia Molloy en referencia a sus dos actividades, conviven en ella en un delicado equilibrio que impide el sentimiento de escisión: “[…] mis dos escrituras –la de ficción y la de crítica– dependen mucho una de otra y se contaminan provechosamente” (Link, “Intermit...
Borders and social exclusion: The command of the written language
This work analyses the differences in literacy within multicultural classrooms. Given the demands of today’s societies, marginalisation and social exclusion are reinforced by the lack of reading and writer strategies and this reality, which is typical of many schools in Argentina, is evident in the...
TV speeches and social representations: An ethnography of hearings in a Chilean community based in Argentina
Based on a series of audiovisual experiences carried out in the city of Caleta Olivia in the province of Santa Cruz, Argentina (including the Chilean community), the report analyses how narratives on the ‘crisis’ and ‘development’ help to underpin different positions of citizenship, build imagined b...
Space and life. Hierarchy, family and family relations in rural India
The relationships between social order and pre-valescent spatial structure in rural India are examined in the light of the concept of “living space”. The ‘cultural immersion’ in a village in Central India made it possible to explore the symbolic aspect of the pattern of residence resulting from hier...
The military reflections of the third marker of Santa Cruz de Marcenado outside Spain
II Young Researchers’ Event, King Juan Carlos University, Campus de Vicálvaro (Madrid) — 1 and 2 June 2013 — Álvaro Navia Osorio y Vigil (1684-1732), the third marker of Santa Cruz de Marcenado, highlighted widely in the military and letter fields. His military campaigns in favour of the boronica ca...
EU and freedom? The attempt to unite El Petén to Yucatán in 1823
With the analysis of documentary sources, the aim is to publicise how the El Petén district, under the political administration of the Audiencia de Guatemala, tried in 1823 to become part of the province of Yucatán. The original speech and arguments used by the petty elite to try to join Yucatan are...
Advice to the Prince, which would like to ensure the survival of French in North America
After a brief analysis of the birth rate, language transfers, endogamy rates and inter-provincial migration movements, the author takes into account the impact of major global demographic trends on the future of the French language in North America. He concluded that, in order to secure this future,...
El oído que escribe en la frontera. Política con poética en la obra periodística de Rodolfo Walsh
Entre 1966 y 1969, cuando retoma y expande el oficio periodístico del que se había alejado para escribir ficción entre 1963 y 1965, Walsh realiza una indagación narrativa, semiológica, histórica, etnográfi ca, de las fronteras de la sociedad, la literatura y entre ambas. En 1966 y 1967 publica, en l...