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La convención de 1821 en la villa del rosario de Cúcuta:Imaginando un soberano para un nuevo país
María Emma Wills
Historia Crítica , 1998,
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Porque la guerra nos importa: esclarecer desde la escucha y la empatía
María Emma Wills
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2012,
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Mujeres en armas:?avance ciudadano o subyugación femenina?
Wills Obregón,María Emma;
Análisis Político , 2005,
Abstract: this essay argues that when women enter the armed institutions they are not betraying their feminine nature nor being subjected by patriarchal logics, on the contrary they are infringing barriers constructed by a masculine vision that commandingly assigned them the domestic sphere as the ground for their fulfillment. women?s emancipation and their road to conquest of full citizenship starts with a conscious effort to banish the feminine stereotypes-woman = maternity = intuition = sentimentalism = self-denial-that have basically served to exclude the feminine from the public world in west world democracies. a first step in the way to overcome feminine stereotypes is reached when women transgress frontiers and open up the road towards spaces before forbidden to them. if citizenship is based on principles of liberty and equality, women will conquer the highest degree of liberty as long as they, and not a vision endorsed by cultural stereotypes, freely choose the occupations and careers they wish to perform. the free development of the personality, valued today as the foundation of democracy, applies to both men and women alike. so, a democratic feminism must tend to demolish stereotypes and conquer the right to an equalitarian access and free option for women to construct their identity in any of the spheres of knowledge or social tasks.
En Contra de La Marea o sobre cómo las violencias, a veces, producen democracia
María Emma Wills Obregón
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 1998,
Abstract: En este ensayo se pretende demostrar que Colombia no es el único país que ha pasado por procesos violentos y autoritarios antes de consolidar un régimen democrático. Las viejas democracias, tan respetadas hoy en día, se sumergieron durante largas décadas en guerras fratricidas, y luego con la figura del Estado-nación estos mismos países emprendieron durante largos períodos grandes y desastrosas guerras con sus vecinos. Por tanto las razones que explican por qué no logramos afianzar un régimen democrático se encuentran, no en la violencia y el autoritarismo, que padecemos, sino en otros factores que distinguen nuestro proceso del que otros han seguido: Por ejemplo, la diversidad de las élites económicas y políticas, la pobreza fiscal del país, la mentalidad patrimonial de nuestros empresarios, son razones dé mayor peso que aquellas que aducen quienes piensan nuestra historia en términos de violencias y autoritarismos, como si estos rasgos fuesen exclusivos del proceso colombiano.
Mujeres en armas: avance ciudadano o subyugación femenina? Women in arms: citizen progress or feminine subjection?
María Emma Wills Obregón
Análisis Político , 2005,
Abstract: Este trabajo argumenta que cuando las mujeres ingresan a las filas de instituciones armadas no están ni traicionando su naturaleza femenina ni quedando subyugadas ante la lógica patriarcal, sino que están infringiendo barreras construidas por una mirada masculina que les asignó imperativamente el ámbito doméstico como el terreno de su realización. La emancipación de las mujeres y su camino hacia la conquista de su ciudadanía plena comienza por un esfuerzo consciente de desterrar los estereotipos femeninos -mujer = maternidad = intuición = emoción = sentimentalismo = abnegación- que han servido fundamentalmente para excluir lo femenino del mundo público en las democracias de Occidente. Un comienzo de superación de los estereotipos femeninos se alcanza cuando las mujeres transgreden fronteras y se abren camino hacia espacios antes vedados a su presencia. Si la ciudadanía se funda sobre principios de libertad e igualdad, las mujeres conquistarán más altos grados de libertad en la medida en que ellas, y no una mirada refrendada en los estereotipos culturales, escojan los oficios y las profesiones donde se quieren desempe ar. El libre desarrollo de la personalidad, valorado hoy como uno de los fundamentos de la democracia, se aplica para hombres y mujeres por igual. De allí que un feminismo democrático deba propender por derribar estereotipos y conquistar el derecho a un acceso paritario y a la libre opción de las mujeres de construir su identidad en cualquiera de las esferas del saber y del quehacer social. This essay argues that when women enter the armed institutions they are not betraying their feminine nature nor being subjected by patriarchal logics, on the contrary they are infringing barriers constructed by a masculine vision that commandingly assigned them the domestic sphere as the ground for their fulfillment. Women’s emancipation and their road to conquest of full citizenship starts with a conscious effort to banish the feminine stereotypes-woman = maternity = intuition = sentimentalism = self-denial-that have basically served to exclude the feminine from the public world in west world democracies. A first step in the way to overcome feminine stereotypes is reached when women transgress frontiers and open up the road towards spaces before forbidden to them. If citizenship is based on principles of liberty and equality, women will conquer the highest degree of liberty as long as they, and not a vision endorsed by cultural stereotypes, freely choose the occupations and careers they wish to perform. The free development of the personality, valued to
La ciencia política en Colombia: de vocación a disciplina
Bejarano,Ana María; Wills,María Emma;
Revista de ciencia política (Santiago) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-090X2005000100008
Abstract: abstract during the last two decades, political science in colombia has not only cleared its way, but has also gained in autonomy and academic reputation. this has entailed a greater distance from party passions and intellectual polarizations, as well as the use of strategies to resist the wave of violence in the country. there are over a dozen political science departments, with a diversity of undergraduate, specialization and master's programs. the number of journals has also grown and the research agenda has expanded. however, in order to guarantee the quality of teaching and research there needs to be a greater debate among colombian political scientists, the links with the international academic community must be strengthened, and the mechanisms of evaluation and regulation institutionalized.
La ciencia política en Colombia: de vocación a disciplina
Ana María Bejarano,María Emma Wills
Revista de Ciencia Política , 2005,
Abstract: Resumen En las últimas dos décadas, la ciencia política en Colombia no sólo se abrió paso, sino que ganó autonomía y prestigio en el campo académico. Este acumulado ha requerido un deslindamiento de las pasiones partidistas y de las polarizaciones intelectuales, así como la utilización de estrategias para sobrevivir el embate de la guerra. Hoy existen más de una docena de departamentos de ciencia política en el país, con programas de pregrado, especializaciones y maestrías. Ha crecido el número de revistas que divulgan los resultados de investigación, cuya agenda se ha expandido. Sin embargo, para garantizar la calidad de la ense anza y la investigación, se requiere propiciar un mayor debate entre las/os politólogas/os colombianas/os, fortalecer los vínculos con la comunidad académica internacional e institucionalizar los mecanismos de evaluación y regulación. Abstract During the last two decades, political science in Colombia has not only cleared its way, but has also gained in autonomy and academic reputation. This has entailed a greater distance from party passions and intellectual polarizations, as well as the use of strategies to resist the wave of violence in the country. There are over a dozen political science departments, with a diversity of undergraduate, specialization and master's programs. The number of journals has also grown and the research agenda has expanded. However, in order to guarantee the quality of teaching and research there needs to be a greater debate among Colombian political scientists, the links with the international academic community must be strengthened, and the mechanisms of evaluation and regulation institutionalized.
LOS PARTIDOS COLOMBIANOS Y LA REPRESENTACIóN DE LAS MUJERES (1990-2006): ?COMPROMISO DE FONDO O SUPERFICIAL?***
Wills Obregón,María Emma; Cardozo García,Florentina;
Colombia Internacional , 2010,
Abstract: do parties, which proclaim a gender equity commitment, translate such commitment by including quotas for women in their electoral lists and directorate? do they have financial funds and political training policies expressly directed towards women? as the colombian case shows, parties are complex and contradictory organizations, which can at the programmatic level express a deep commitment towards gender equity and at other levels, react with hostility against women quotas and exclusionary policies.
Los partidos colombianos y la representación de las mujeres (1990-2006).
María Emma Wills Obregón.,Florentina Cardozo García.
Colombia Internacional , 2010,
Abstract: Do parties, which proclaim a gender equity commitment, translate such commitment by including quotas for women in their electoral lists and directorate? Do they have financial funds and political training policies expressly directed towards women? As the Colombian case shows, parties are complex and contradictory organizations, which can at the programmatic level express a deep commitment towards gender equity and at other levels, react with hostility against women quotas and exclusionary policies.
Editorial.
Virginie Laurent .,María Emma Wills Obregón.
Colombia Internacional , 2010,
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