En:
Arqueología; Vol. 19, núm. 1 (2013); 107-129
Editor:
Universidad de Buenos Aires. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Instituto de Arqueología
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Temas:
Narrativas; Arqueología; Momento de contacto hispano-indígena; Valles Calchaquíes; Historias oficiales
Temas:
Narratives; Archaeologicy; Period of contact with the Spanish conquerors; Calchaquí valleys; Official Histories
Contenido: 
Se revisan diversas narrativas escritas desde la arqueología acerca de la historia de las sociedades locales en los valles Calchaquíes para el período de contacto hispano-indígena (1535-1665). Vinculamos estas na-rrativas con su contexto histórico y analizamos si la producción arqueológica amplió el corte entre el pasado prehispánico y el presente republicano del área que diferentes narrativas oficiales han generado. Indagamos la narrativa originada desde los inicios de la arqueología hasta la producción de mediados del siglo XX viendo qué pasado es narrado a través de la materialidad escogida como relevante y la relacionamos con narrativas históricas oficiales, es decir aquellas que han sido impulsadas y empleadas desde entidades que manejan los aparatos de poder. Se observa una coherencia narrativa entre ambos grupos y se discuten las interrelaciones entre el campo científico de la arqueología y el contexto político más amplio.
Contenido 2: 
We analyze several narratives written from the archeology field on the History of local societies in the Calchaquí valleys during the period of contact with the Spanish conquerors (1535-1665). We connect these narratives with their historical context and examine if the archaeological production expanded the incision that different official narratives created between pre-Hispanic past and Republican present in the area. We inquire on the narrative developed from the beginnings of archaeology to mid-twentieth century produc-tion to see how past is shaped through the materiality chosen as relevant and we relate it to the official historical narratives, those that have been promoted and used from entities that manage power apparatuses. We propose a narrative coherence between both groups and discuss the interrelationships between the scientific field of archeology and the broader political context.
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ISSN 0327-5159 (impreso)
ISSN 1853-8126 (en línea)
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Cita bibliográfica:

Gluzman, Geraldine A. Archaeological narratives from the period of contact with the spanish conquerors in Calchaquí valleys until mid-XX century.  (info:eu-repo/semantics/article).  En: Arqueología; Vol. 19, núm. 1 (2013); 107-129.  Instituto de Arqueología. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Universidad de Buenos Aires [consultado:  ] Disponible en el Repositorio Digital Institucional de la Universidad de Buenos Aires:  <http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/1683>