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Oralidad y teatralidad en el Popol Vuh
Acta literaria , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482003002800005
Abstract: the popol vuh is the book of the "beginning of the ancient stories" of the most powerful nation in the interior of guatemala in the sixteenth century. it is also the book of "human lineage", the book that rewrites the original, hidden from the researchers and thinkers, about the creation of the human race. it is an approximation of mesoamerican knowledge about the beginnings of man, of certain animal species and vegetation, of the earth and the cosmos. the constant reinventions of the popol vuh, realized since the eighteenth century, have conserved certain features of the thought and expression, oral in nature, of the maya-quiché people. the word oral always constitutes the modification of a total existential situation that includes the body. in this sense it can be affirmed that theatricality is consubstantial to oral cultures
Oralidad y escritura en el teatro indígena prehispánico
Estudios filológicos , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0071-17132009000100005
Abstract: the aboriginal pre-hispanic theater was put into writing in the xix century by colonial representatives usually supported by a bilingual aboriginal, depository of the works, and in some occasions, member of the group entrusted by the community to keep it in the cultural memory. this process assumed, among other things, the adjustment and reduction of the original piece by putting into alphabetical writing an ephemeral art that for centuries had written a history in constant movement and transformation, while it was performed by the bodies of the actors in the pre-hispanic, and then, colonial space. in addition, the process of adjustment experienced by the pre-hispanic theater imposed the concealment, in the interstices of writing, of all those aspects deemed censurable by the dominating culture.
Desarrollos de la antropología de la alimentación en América Latina: hacia el estudio de los problemas alimentarios contemporáneos
Carrasco Henríquez, Noelia;
Estudios sociales (Hermosillo, Son.) , 2007,
Abstract: diverse theoretic and methodological perceptions about food anthropology have participated, directly or indirectly, in the construction of politics and alimentary intervention in latin america. this article is about the identification and discussion of these approaches, from an analytic point of view of scientific knowledge in its politic context of emergence and application. this analytic perspective is constituted for the confluence of applied and development anthropology developments, and allows presenting the trajectory of anthropology in the nourishment field from theoretical-disciplinary contexts towards politic and programmatic contexts. the idea of this description is to analyze the alliances between anthropological knowledge and politic practice, and the manner in which the theoretical and methodological suggestions of food anthropology were filling spaces in contexts of food politic construction and intervention processes. the main interest is to think about relations among the anthropology and society, its evolution, its possibilities and its actual challenges, emphasizing the emergence of new perspectives and new research problems.
De la escena ritual a la teatral en una obra de teatro indígena prehispánico: Rabinal Achí o Danza del Tun
Henríquez Puentes,Patricia;
Aisthesis , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-71812008000100004
Abstract: the rabinal achí or dance of the tun is a founding theatrical play of latin-american theatre and key for the development process of western theatre during the 20th century; it encodes the moment in which rite and theatre were mutually contained, i.e., in that the spectacle was done for the eyes of god and man. the stage design at the time, blurred the limits between the space destined for the spectator and for the actor; flower and song, i.e., the artistic expression, it was extended in time and space invading all the social spheres; the community underwent the experience of reconnecting with divinity, re-establishing the cyclical cosmic balance; the spectacle operated as a catalyst of a spiritual experience and the actor, as its facilitator.
Lipkau Henríquez,Elisa;
Antipoda. Revista de Antropología y Arqueología , 2009,
Abstract: as bill nichols proposed (1991: 209), the ethnographer's emotions in the field are normally kept within what he called the "anthropological unconscious". in the present article i refer to the relationship between the body -that of the ethnographer and the ones of his/her subjects-, the performance of all of them, and visual anthropology as a vast field of study about social representation. in this sense, i analyze the possibility of reaching something nichols called an "erotics of the gaze", which conceives film as the inscription of an experience of cultural interaction between human and sensitive beings. this gaze may help us overcome the distance and hierarchy that have been traditionally established in some ethnographic and anthropological practices, in order to help us build new types of relationships with our subjects and, as jean rouch said in 1974: "help us share anthropology".
Rabinal Achi o Danza del Tun: Asuntos sobre el legado de un Don
Henríquez Puentes,Patricia;
Atenea (Concepción) , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-04622010000200004
Abstract: the rabinal achi or dance of the tun, a foundational indigenous work of the latin-american theatre, forms even today one of the modalities of exchange of a kin group from the guatemalan highlands. this work has been delivered as a gift for approximately eight hundred years, converting those who voluntarily have received, guarded, protected, supported and later penetrated it, into its directors and owners. the precedents of this cosmovision are in the master texts of the mayan culture, popol wuj, memorial de sololá. anales de los kaqchikeles y el título de totonicapán.
Chungará (Arica) , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-73562003000100006
Abstract: the production and the agricultural techniques of azapa, during eighteen century will be analyzed in the context of the regional economy. the cultures of the red pepper and the olive, will allow us to appreciate how the productive activity of the valley was conditioned by the macroeconomic transformations of the period. in observing these two cultures, we will not fail to recognize the existence of other commercial plants in the zone. however, they have the privilege of being studied due to they were the main ones in mercantile terms and the most prominent in the organization of agriculture in the valley in that time
Influencia de los defecaderos de camélidos sobre el desarrollo vegetal y riqueza de especies en morrenas glaciales, Tierra del Fuego
Revista chilena de historia natural , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-078X2004000300009
Abstract: the few studies of herbivore-plant interaction in severe environments have concluded that the herbivores have a minor role on the process of colonization in the early states of the succession. this paper describes the effects of camelid (lamma guanicoe) dung heaps on vegetation patterns on a recent glacial moraine. floristic composition, diversity, abundance and dispersion syndrome spectra of the vegetation growing on dung heaps was compared with that of control sites unaffected by camelid defecation. soil parameters of both substrates were analyzed. vascular species riches and diversity were significantly higher on dung heaps. anemochory was the dominant dispersion syndrome on both substrate types. dung heaps had higher levels of organic matter, nitrogen and phosphorus, suggesting more favorable substrate conditions. thus, dung heaps appear to offer favorable sites for seedling establishment in an otherwise resource-poor environment, and their role as seed sources could accelerate the process of colonisation of glacial moraines
Henríquez Puentes,Patricia;
Revista chilena de literatura , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22952007000100004
Abstract: the rabinal achí or dance of the tun is theatre of mayan origen. the first performances date from the 13th century and continue into the present day in contemporary guatemala. it is a composition that forms part of the religious scheme of the indo-american cultures and, preserved through oral tradition up until the 19th century, has been rewritten in this scenic space for approximately eight hundred years. the rabinal achí reveals a way of writing with the body that articulates dance, music and poetry and represents a moment in the history of theatre in which the art of representation and the ritual share the same scene
Efecto de la fragmentación del hábitat sobre la calidad de las semillas en Lapageria rosea
Revista chilena de historia natural , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-078X2004000100013
Abstract: habitat fragmentation is commonly associated to a reduction in plant fitness, because the reduction in the number of seeds produced. however habitat fragmentation might also affect plant fitness through a reduction in the quality of the seeds produced, as for example in seed viability, seed size or in seed germination. these factors could be affected because small populations size and high degree in isolation, frequently found in fragments, could induce to the loss of genetic population variability and the expression of inbreeding depression. here i show the effect of forest fragmentation on the quality of seeds produced in lapageria rosea, quality being measured as seed viability, seed size and seed germination. i collected seeds from the maulino forest in central chile, specifically from plants living in forest fragments and continued forest. seed viability, seed size and seed germination capacity was estimated under laboratory conditions. results indicated that seeds from forest fragments and from continuous forest have similar percentages of viability, although these percentages are more variable among fruits from forest fragments. moreover, seeds from forest fragments are smaller than seeds from continuous forest. finally, seeds from fragments have less germination capacity than seeds from continued forest. these reductions could determinate a negative effect on seedling establishment in fragmented populations and possibly in the long term population survival
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