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The usefulness of the Sic in Economics (and vice versa)
Complementarity between information science and economics is the subject of research which, although still at an early stage, offers interesting results. Thus, the usefulness of CIS in economics can be illustrated by a media modelling test and their possible tendency to create ideological bias, whil...
From the search for information to information practices
This article introduces the concept of ‘information practice’. After having defined it in relation to the concepts of ‘use’ and ‘behaviour’, we propose an analysis of its development across the various scientific fields, such as social computing, information science and the sociology of uses, which...
Parution: Teloloapan’s codice
The Teloloapan Cruz-Ramírez codice, Alfredo This book presents the testimony of a hybrid forged culture in the province known as Plata Province in Taxco, Sultepec and Zacualpan. He refers to a careful analysis of the 5 pictograms registered as the Telolopan Códice dating from the sixteenth century....
“SHE can talk on paper, too”: Sarah Winnemucca, a numa intellectual who engages
, a controversial figure of the Amerindian history of the second half of the 19th century, Sarah Winnemucca appears to be the archaetype of the committed Amerindian intellectual. In a short life marked by tension between idealism and dissilsion, indigenous traditions and openness to alien knowledge,...
Indigenous intellectuals and Decolonial thinking in contemporary Ecuador
People on the Move in the Eastern Sertons (Minas Gerais, 1750-1850)
The article examines the movement of an indigenous network of people affiliated to the Maxakali lingüist family for a century beginning in mid-seven with the formation of a large population known as the ‘Aldeia do Capitão Tomé’, which would then be fragmented, giving rise to various subgroups which,...
The Intercultural University of Nations and Peuples Autochtones Amawtay Wasi. Can indigenous higher education contribute to the decolonisation of society in Ecuador?
the Intercultural University of Indigenous Nations and Peoples, Amawtay Wasi (House of Sagesse, Kichwa) was officially established in 2004, following the indigenous struggles of the 1990s in Ecuador. At the time, the UN Charter of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was not yet endorsed, and Ecuador ha...
le 3 décembre 2009 Dra Ethelia Ruiz Medrano (Pr. INAH, Mexique, ethnohistoire) "Las comunidades indígenas en México, sus tierras e historias locales, 1500-2010" Pr Alan Rumsey (Pr. ANU, Australie, anthropologie linguistique) "Languages and cultures as unbounded relational fields"
Sentithink mapuche with the waters of Huenehue: Towards a political ecology and a demand-driven anthropology
Biodiversity has been significantly devastated by extractivist activities in territories inhabited by indigenous peoples. This article originates from the anthropological report that was ‘challenged’ by the Leufu Wueneywue Association, which was carried out in Tralcapulli and Llongahue (Los Ríos Reg...
Iron-Age Settlement and Cultural Dynamic in Northeast and North Taiwan : A Technological Approach to Ceramic Assemblages at the Chiwulan Site (Ilan, Northeast Taiwan, 650-1850A.D.)
Situated at the junction of historic times, Taiwan’s Iron Age is considered the key to understanding the origin and history of the island’s aboriginal peoples. With this perspective, this thesis focuses on the Iron Age in Northeast and North Taiwan through a research into the affiliations among cera...
Real elections? Authenticity, representation and conflict in Guatemala’s Indigenous Reinas competitions
In this article I am interested in analysing the various ways of representing indigenous authenticity through competitions for Indigenous Reines of Guatemala. The analysis makes it possible to show how the indigenous has been represented or masts it in this country. I have chosen to reflect on this...
The Value of Connections for Aboriginal Peoples Navigating the Tuberculosis Experience
Specialization: Family Ecology and Practice Degree: Master of Science Abstract: Throughout the twentieth century, tuberculosis (TB) was and continues to be a pressing health problem facing Canadians. Aboriginal peoples living in Canada carry a large burden of the disease with those living in the Pra...
Heidi Dowding: Developing a Sustainable Model for Digital Scholarly Edition Publication and Dissemination
Hi there, my name is Heidi Dowding and I'm currently working as a DiXiT fellow at Huygens ING in the Hague under the advisory of Karina van Dalen-Oskam. I hold a bachelor’s degree in the History of Art and Visual Culture from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in Library and Information...
The Garifuna. Territorial transnationality, identity building and political action
The Garifuna, the products of the conflict between Africans and indigenous Caribes during the colonial period, have been living since the 18th century on the Caribbean coastline of four Central American countries (Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua). Following a steady migration process that...
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...
Aesthetics and politics: the triumph of the reason behind Mexico City Tenochtitlán
Derrière the map of Mexico City, drawn up in 1523 by the Hernán Cortés ‘surveyor’, is one of the building strategies of American cities: a modernity of tradition has emerged, with a mixture of guerrian virtues and memories of conquest, i.e. the hispanic tradition. But Mexico remains exemplary; it is...
Usability Inspection in Model-Driven Web Development: Empirical Validation in WebML
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Communes and public policies: a look from the perspective of non-state actors of the Ecuadorian coastal rurality
Humanity faces complex problems closely related to the sustainability of the ecosystems they need to exist. Despite major advances, technological innovations and the production of all types of artefacts for their material development, there is a growing deterioration of life friendly elements of nat...
Critical readings on training of indigenous professionals in Mexico and Latin America (Gabriela Czarny, Cecilia Navia and Gisela Salinas (coords.))
Stay in subjects with mathematical content in last year’s students: analysing the results of schools in indigenous territories and Costa Rica’s Great Metropolitan Area
Summary This research uses the perspective of school effectiveness considering three factors: socio-demographic characteristics, attitudes towards mathematics and social beliefs around gender in mathematical contexts. The aim is to explore the predictive value of variables that could be associated w...
Social movements and democracy : the case of post-dictatorial Chile, 1988-2017
This thesis aims to give an account of the evolution, in Chile, of the management of the protest events by the institutions in charge of public order since the return to democracy in 1990. It aims to examine the way in which a country once ruled by repression frames, once the democracy returned, the...
Determinants of tuberculosis trends in six Indigenous populations of the USA, Canada, and Greenland from 1960 to 2014: a population-based study
Tuberculosis continues to disproportionately affect many Indigenous populations in the USA, Canada, and Greenland. We aimed to investigate whether population-based tuberculosis-specific interventions or changes in general health and socioeconomic indicators, or a combination of these factors, were a...
The invisible indigenous people or how Argentina has “bleached”
Since the end of the nineteenth century, in its desire to equate the Amerindian people of Mapuche with its republican ideology of liberal tradition, the Argentinian state has led to their invisibilisation rather than to their disappearance. Thus, in a context where ‘Argentinian national identity’ ha...
Wearing narratives from and with the viruses
This book of narratives, both written and visual, emerges from the work done in the writing workshop: ‘Narrative from and with the virus’ in the context of the ‘Pandemic Political Ecology’ course of the Bolivarian Pontificia University in Medellin in April 2020 (Roca-Servat, 2020) and the cycle of v...
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