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Antípoda: Revista de Antropología y Arqueología
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  • Deporte y estilos de vida. El running en Argentina

    Gastón Julián Gil (2018)
    Running has become one of the most visible and fast-growing phenomena on a world level in contemporary life. Even through Argentina fits into a global trend in that respect, it is a relatively new way of life in the country, with unique and distinctive features which have to do with gender, social class and age, among other aspects. In fact, running involves a set of practices and programmatic concepts of life that are highly stylized by its adherents, who often speak of their experiences (of...

    Violencia, estigma y desplazamientos: la reconfiguración social y moral de Los Piratas en clave procesual

    Nicolás Cabrera (2018)
    In this paper we seek understand and explain a particular social phenomenon: the reshaping of the social and moral behavior of a group of fans of the “Club Atlético Belgrano” soccer team of Córdoba, Argentina, which is known as Los Piratas (The Pirates). In more specific terms, we aim to show that it became possible for those fans to change their habitually violent behavior to one that is relatively peaceful now. For this purpose, the first section discusses the effectiveness of certain symbo...

    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.

    Tres momentos de la escritura antropológica en Colombia: notas para una discusión

    Wilhelm Londoño (2013)
    In this article I want to show three stages of anthropological writing in Colombia. The first could be characterized as a narrative of the anthropological experience in terms of a journey to the "center of savagery." This period is called "anthropology of the colonial experience". The second period could be characterized as one that challenges the rules of enunciation of the anthropology of colonial experience. In this period it is possible to see that the ethnographic narrative is produced t...

    “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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