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The temporality of practices: Landscape organization and memory-ways in present communities of the South Andean Altiplano. The case of Villa Candelaria, Nor Lípez, Bolivia

Guagliardo, Juan Pablo; Instituto Nacional De Antropología Y Pensamiento Latinoamericano • 3 de Febrero 1378 (c1426bJn), Ciudad De Buenos Aires, Argentina
   
Editor:
Arqueología
Fecha:
2015-11-02
Tipo de documento: 
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Formato:
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Idioma:
spa
Temas:
Social Memory; Southern Andean Societies; Inscribed And Embodied Practices; Social Production And Reproduction - Memoria Social; Sociedades Surandinas; Prácticas Inscriptas e Incorporadas; Producción Y Reproducción Social
Descripción:
In this paper we explore many inscribed and embodied practices performed by farmers of Villa Candelaria (Nor Lípez, Bolivia) in their daily lives and in commemorative ceremonies in order to identify some ways in which social memory is reproduced. The registered actions and representations showed an intercultural net of interweaved histories which were reformulated across the space and time, mediated by capitalists power relations. This article is part of the group of ethnographic and etnohistoric studies that indissolubly joined social production and reproduction. Its purpose is to generate interpretative resources that may allow the analysis of the agrarian landscapes of southern Andean societies in their own historical dimension 
Exploramos una serie de prácticas inscriptas e incorporadas que los agricultores de Villa Candelaria (Nor Lípez, Bolivia) llevan a cabo en su vida cotidiana y en ocasiones conmemorativas para identificar algunas formas en que se reproduce la memoria social. Las acciones y representaciones que hemos registrado, evidencian una trama intercultural de historias entrelazadas que han sido reformuladas a través del tiempo y el espacio, mediadas por relaciones de poder capitalistas. Este trabajo forma parte del conjunto de estudios etnográficos y etnohistóricos que han ligado indisolublemente la producción con la reproducción social. Su propósito es generar recursos interpretativos para abordar el análisis de los paisajes agrarios de las sociedades surandinas en su propia dimensión histórica.
Fuente:
Arqueología; Vol. 17 (2011); 195-220
Relación:
http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/1843/1726
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http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/1843
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Cita bibliográfica:

Guagliardo, Juan Pablo; Instituto Nacional De Antropología Y Pensamiento Latinoamericano • 3 de Febrero 1378 (c1426bJn), Ciudad De Buenos Aires, Argentina  (2015-11-02).  The temporality of practices: Landscape organization and memory-ways in present communities of the South Andean Altiplano. The case of Villa Candelaria, Nor Lípez, Bolivia.  (info:eu-repo/semantics/article).  Arqueología.  [consultado:  ] Disponible en el Repositorio Digital Institucional de la Universidad de Buenos Aires:  <http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/1843>