La centralidad de la educación para los movimientos populares latinoamericanos del campo y de la ciudad

The aim of this article is to approximate the debates raised on the field of anthropology concerning the indigenous people and peasants to the studies about social movements. Also, to show how education among Latin American popular movements is one of the leading organizational axes and of political...

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Main Author: Pistilli Rodrigues, Denise
Format: Online
Language:spa
Published: Maestría en Estudios Latinoamericanos, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo 2022
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Online Access:https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/mel/article/view/5321
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Summary:The aim of this article is to approximate the debates raised on the field of anthropology concerning the indigenous people and peasants to the studies about social movements. Also, to show how education among Latin American popular movements is one of the leading organizational axes and of political instruction for actors from different generations that allows them to try to perform in the nowadays the social transformations they aspire.The experiences of the anti-system movements depicted here are useful to point out how at the same time in which the deterritorialization process advances steadily over the rural and urban/peripheral population, there are struggles, memory construction that resignifies the denied and invisibilized identities given along the history of capitalism and modern times.The developments presented here are the result of an ongoing research for a Master’s degree where I’ve been doing ethnographic field work since 2018 with a popular education social movement with national reach, besides the reflections and discussions shared with colleagues in a postgraduate seminar based on the theoretical-practical studies about educative-political praxis concerning indigenous people and peasants in Latin America.