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Antípoda: Revista de Antropología y Arqueología
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    Alejandro Castillejo Cuéllar (2006)

    “Prostitutas, infieles y drogadictas”. Juicios y prejuicios de género en la prensa sobre las víctimas de feminicidio: el caso de Guerrero, México

    Marisol Alcocer Perulero (2014)
    This text analyzes the role played by gender bias among male and female reporters of the newspapers El Sol de Acapulco, El Sur de Acapulco and Novedades Acapulco in their accounts of feminicides. The author holds that by stepping away from the sex/gender system, established in accordance with the judgements of the journalists, the feminicide victims are morally sanctioned and blamed for the murder.

    Contrapuntos entre ficciones y verdades

    Carmen Bernand (2012)
    This paper deals with the ambiguous boundaries between fictions and truths. Some literary texts are compared with ethnographical data from the author's field work in Pindilig (Ecuador). In both cases the identification (which is not mimetism) is at stake. Then, the post-colonialist question about the "other voices" is seen through the spanish texts of the 16th century, when modern novel and anthropology were born, especially in the Garcilaso de la Vega's work, La Florida del Inca.

    Patrimonio y etnopolíticas de la memoria: el pasado como aparato ideológico en la Fiesta del Zocánenel Templo del Sol de Sogamoso

    Pablo F. Gómez-Montañez (2011)
    The present article is a result of ethnographic field work about the celebration of the Fiesta del Huan in el Templo del Sol, located in the Archeological Museum of sogamoso. Its objective is to reflect and understand the relation between ethnicity and heritage like a troubled and ideological field where several struggles for the administration of memory, the legitimacy of the past and the definition of new social identities and its future occur.

    “Yo soy jaguar”. Una lectura cruzada entre la filosofia y la antropología sobre los enunciados con contenido animal en la comunidad Inga

    Jennifer Andrea Rivera Zambrano (2017)
    This paper gives an account of a conceptual exercise of interpretation which lies between philosophy and anthropology. Its approach is the idea that, in contrast with notions of symbolic association, as a state of becoming, the descriptions which still persist in the Inga and Kamëntsa indigenous communities of the relationship between their sabedores (“knowers”/wise men/shamans) and “jaguars” may be understood as the affective relations of men who experience forces that are not theirs and tha...
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