Ukrainian war

Por Administrador 16 mayo, 2022COMENTAR

The theoretical consciousness of social processes, on many occasions, constitutes a reflection of the advance of predatory forces: oil/gas and social sensibilities are an indissoluble pair for understanding the meanings and artifacts that are deployed in the Ukrainian war. This is why opening a reflective space to the sensibilities that are part of the conditions of production and to the possible views of this conflict is no small task (given the temptation to reproduce the real in consciousness). In such a way, this working paper seeks to be an echo of the untamed sensibilities, which seek to be a source of surplus energies with which to build hope as an emancipatory practice.

Autores: Skoll, Geoffrey Korstanje, Maximiliano Nievas, Flabián Scribano, Adrián

Área: Conflicto y Estructura Social

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The Working Paper (N° 14) that we present in this new edition takes on the challenge of connecting two of its most outstanding identifying features: to be a space of reflexive openness about ongoing social processes, and at the same time, to open up as a territory of academic expressivity of a practice that cannot be conceived without bodies situated in these same processes.  Thus, this issue brings together a series of short texts, produced “in the heat of events”, as a way of broadening visibility and opening up questions about the recent events that have taken place since the unleashing of the National Strike in Colombia (2021).
The texts presented can therefore be thought of as clues to the ways in which the skin of the social body is woven, and as a way of thinking about our reflexive practice as a component of it. When the authors speak to us of the impotence, of the lack of fear of the young people who went out to march, or speak to us of the renewed marks that repression imprints on the skin, we must also find there a message about what unites us, about what hurts us, and how this constitutes – just at the beginning – what we will be able to do. This Working Document is therefore a moment of visibility of our common

Autores: Isabel Cristina Zuleta – Adrián Scribano – Luis Herrera Montero – Maximiliano E. Korstanje – Gabriel Restrepo – Pavel Eduardo Rodríguez

Área: Conflicto y Estructura Social

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El presente Documento de Trabajo Nº13 es escrito por quienes participaron en la realización de una etnografía virtual enmarcada en el Proyecto de investigación titulado “Normalización, estructuración social y políticas de las sensibilidades. Córdoba y Buenos Aires 2018-2020”.

En este escrito se proponen algunas lecturas sobre la etnografía virtual, sus características, su aplicación y un acercamiento a los primeros resultados. A partir de intereses propios, y desde la experiencia individual y colectiva de investigación, las y los autores exponen tanto la apropiación de la práctica y de los contenidos, como sus inquietudes, sus dudas y sus experiencias.

Autores: Aldana Boragnio (Dirección) – Hernán Lautaro Peckaitis – Peña Gastón Nicolás – Jazmín Bergel Varela – María Hereñú – Faracce Macia, Constanza – María Victoria Mairano –Carla Maria Rossi – Sofía Ísola

Área: Innovaciones metodológicas

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