Query : memoria colectiva
- Jorge Mendoza García6
- Carlos Enrique Mosquera Mosquera4
- Ana Eva Rodríguez Valentín3
- Angélica Juliana Guerra Rudas3
- Juan David Villa Gómez3
- Alejandro Isla P2
- Andrea Aravena R2
- Catanese, Rossella2
- Daniel Lanero Táboas2
- David Eduardo González Caballero2
- Edith Kuri Pineda2
- Elsa Blair Trujillo2
- Jefferson Jaramillo Marín2
- Jhon Fredy Tique Bastos2
- Julieta Isabel Sartori2
- Luis Carlos Toro Tamayo2
- María Belén Colasurdo2
- María Nelsy Rodríguez Lozano2
- Nicolás González Rojas2
- Ricardo Delgado-Salazar2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology101
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences80
- Art and Art History65
- Gender Studies50
- Cultural Heritage and Museology43
- Methods and Statistics33
- Architecture and Space Management30
- Political Science23
- Musicology and Performing Arts11
- Communication Sciences10
- Archaeology and Prehistory7
- Biological Anthropology4
- Environmental studies4
- Classical Studies3
Another way to see it. The creative process as an educational project
[ES] Other way to see it is an artistic project with a pedagogical approach, which we present to the students of the Master’s Degree in Childhood Education, as a reflective and creative experience of which they are the authors and the leading actor. From artistic practice, they internalise the value...
On UNESCO’s New Recommendation on Museums of their Diversity and Social Function (XI)
Museology and Renewal of museum theory we check more above that a UNESCO Recommendation is a normative instrument. It is lower, in terms of binding force, of the Convention which binds the State but, as a recommendation, binds both public policies and practitioners with practices and action objectiv...
The discovery of senses in Uwe Timm’s literature
The article tries to represent the important role of the so-called lower senses (touch, smell and taste) in Uwe Timm’s work. Although, according to Timm, the starting point of its narrative is the image, the lower senses play an equally significant role in the narrative flow. Referring to autobiogra...
History and national memory in legal speech — ADPF trial 186
Summary: This article seeks to briefly discuss the arguments of the debate on the system of black quotas in university education, which was the subject of intense debate over the last decade and the decision of the Supreme Court of Brasileña in the action for failure to fulfil obligations by the Fun...
The letters that arrived: ‘lawyers’ resistance in the female prison universe of Uruguay dictatorial
Women’s testimonies on Uruguay’s recent history began to be disseminated with considerable delay compared with those of men. The hegemonic memories were male. In this article, we analysed the letters sent by two political prisoners to their family members between 1973 and 1979, in particular their a...
The price of consensus. The dictatorship as portrayed in Chilean television fiction in the context of the 40th commemoration of the coup d’état
A comemoração dos 40 anos do Golpe de Estado no Chile, em 2013, evidenciou a extrema politização do campo da memória sobre este período entre os chilenos. Dessa maneira, os distintos repertórios disponíveis para recordar o passado recente constituíram parte das formas de elaboração desse mesmo passa...
¿Verdugo, héroe o víctima? Memorias de un rondero campesino ayacuchano (Perú)
Intellectual peasant, political leader and founder of the militia of Ocros in the 1980s, the Zorro is an emblematic figure of the vicissitudes and ambiguities intrinsic to the internal armed conflict. The heroic narrative he built of himself and its role in this period articulates political and reli...
Organisational culture a social paradigm?
it is from the social anthropology that organisational culture can be analysed, the aim of which is to explain the actions of societies over time, from where organisational culture is defined in relation to both the criteria of ‘observability’ and ‘meaning’. The first criterion, observability, is de...
Turias Line. Vivienda social en Calle Llíria
Paz Granero, D. (2018). Turias Line. Vivienda social en Calle Llíria. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/135640
The liquor: ruins and memory
Through this master’s thesis in Visual Anthropology — Anthropological documentation, an analysis is carried out of the memory and cultural history of the building, commonly known as ‘La licuadora’, in Quito — Ecuador. Through the construction of a life history of the building, which builds on life s...
579. Colonial as a source of authenticity for the Historical Centres of Mexican cities. Double colonialism
Under different conceptions and categories, the original traces and architecture of cities are first and foremost a concern after the Second World War. Since then, and faced with a growing global tourism industry, the city has become an object of mass consumption and real estate investment, which, i...
Memory, identity and public discourse
Identity and memory seem to be closely linked, whether we speak of an individual actor or refer to a collective actor. Sociological theory and historical studies have, however, marginally addressed this twofold relationship between identity and memory, and between individual and collective identity....
Monuments and film-monuments: On the place of works of art in the collective representations of the Vietnam war in the United States
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn a generic way, we have called ‘memory entrepreneurs’ the individuals who aim to change the ‘collective memory’ of a social entity such as a nation. Starting from the case of the memory of the Vietnam war in the United States, we have tried to show that this company of constr...
Around the stillborn child, creating a ritual space for parents
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe irruption of death in the maternal bell is unthinkable. The violence of the advertisement leads to unrestricted pain for mothers. This violence is exacerbated by the fact that in many places of birth mothers are not shown the body of their dead child. The event is redacted...
Remembrance, democracy and development in Chile 1973-2003
“The political projects for the present and the future are a projection in time and in new circumstances, or in the face of new issues and problems, of those experienced in certain historical crystallisations that define the identity of a nation”. Collective memory is one of the building blocks of m...
The Zenets of Gourara, their saints and ahellil
Based on several stories about the relationship between local saints and the practice of ahellil, this article tries an approach to an often ignored aspect of saintness studies: the relationship between religious agents and some aspect of local culture which is at odds with the Islamic dogma and the...
Empowerment and public space: contemporaneous forms of democracy renewal? A comparative approach from France/Argentina
This text strives to take account of contemporary ways of renewing democracy. To this end, it draws on two concrete experiences of “mobilising civil society”, provided by two radically different contexts (Argentina and France). The first is based on HIJOS (children for identity and justice against f...
On memorial-forgotten dialectics: the Alfonsín administration and the ‘theory of the two demonies’
The product of a social building, all collective memory forms part of conflicts that do not oppose memory to be forgotten but face rival memories. As far as any conflict between memories relates to what and how to remember, it can be said that any memory policy is itself a policy of forgetting. We t...
Critical Pedagogy, Education and Peace Culture: Towards a delineation of the subject matter of the study and the state of art from the decolonialSabas Manuel Bustamante FuentesTradar caudillist in the Mexican political system: reality in the fiction of Martín Luis GuzmánJosé Alejandro García Hernánd...
Collective memory in the Truth and Justice processes in Ecuador, through the reconstruction of the life history of Elizabeth Muñoz, Ecuadorian guerrillera
The work seeks a constant dialogue between those who played the story of resistance in Ecuador, theory and the need to regain memory as a tool for working and method of social sciences. It captures the story of an Ecuadorian guerrilla guerrilla, not a senior officer in the chain, who does not come o...
The defeated winners: the peculiar memory of the Spanish «Blue Division», 1945-2005 | Los vencedores vencidos: la peculiar memoria de la División Azul, 1945-2005
This paper analyses the construction of a master narrative about the memory of the Spanish «Blue Division» from the end of the Second World War to the present day. The first part examines the factors underlying the social framework from which the Blue Division evolved, such as the need for the Franc...
«Dying of hunger»: autarky, hardship and disease in the early years of the Franco regime | «Morir de hambre»: autarquía, escasez y enfermedad en la España del primer franquismo
The 1940s, together with the civil war years, may be regarded as one of the most difficult and challenging periods for Spanish society in the whole of the twentieth century. Not only because it was a divided society, marked by the deep rift occasioned by war, exile and repression, but also because o...
Refreshments of books
Reseñas: Alonso, Gregorio, The nation in capilla. Catholic citizenship and religious issue in Spain (1793-1874), Granada, Comares Historia, 2014, 376 pp. /Alicia Mira Abad; White COLETES, Agustín; LASPRA RODRÍGUEZ, Alicia, (eds. et trads.), Freedom from tyranny: English poetry of the War of Independ...
A marginal player involved in rebuilding collective memory and civilian norms: the Catholic Church
Review of "El Cusco insurrecto. The 1814 Revolution two hundred years later "by Roberto Ojeda Escalante
The war of independence began with the arrival of Saint Martin and culminated after the battle of Ayacucho without representing a significant change in social, political and economic structures is an argument that emerged in the seventh decade of the twentieth century and since then became crystalli...