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El mutualismo en el mundo del trabajo (Tucumán, Argentina, 1877-1914)
Teitelbaum, Vanesa;
Varia Historia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-87752011000200014
Abstract: the purpose of this paper is to reconstruct and analyze some practices developed by the mutual aid societies of workers formed in tucumán during the last third of the nineteenth century and especially since late 1880. it begins with a brief description about the characteristics of mutual institutions, taking up some of the remarks made by social history and the labor movement. subsequently, we examine the goals and activities pursued by the major associations of mutual aid workers who were formed in the city of san miguel de tucuman and the interior of the province during the years under study. the study also includes a review of the conflicts that arose around central issues of associative life, such as fund management, field hitherto unexplored by historians on the subject for the time and place chosen for this research.
La prédica higienista en la construcción de una imagen de la maternidad en Tucumán, Argentina, a fines del siglo XIX y comienzos del XX
Vanesa Teitelbaum
Papeles de población , 1998,
Abstract: El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar la construcción de una imagen de la maternidad en Tucumán a fines del siglo XIX y comienzos del XX, a través de los discursos médicos e higienistas, que alcanzaron una importancia creciente en la sociedad y en las decisiones políticas del Estado argentino, para controlar y mejorar las condiciones de vida de la población, a fin de conformar un Estado moderno. En tal dirección, la prédica higienista se preocupó principalmente por el problema de clases trabajadoras, focalizando su atención en las madres que revestían una doble importancia: en tanto mano de obra y por su papel de educadoras de la prole. Su interés por fomentar en las mujeres conductas higiénicas, amorosas y cuidadosas contribuyeron a exaltar la importancia del rol maternal que, con algunas modificaciones, llega a nuestros días.
Caricatura y poder político. Crítica, censura y represión en la ciudad de México, 1876-1888
Vanesa Teitelbaum
Secuencia , 2011,
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Osteoclasts; culprits in inflammatory osteolysis
Steven L Teitelbaum
Arthritis Research & Therapy , 2005, DOI: 10.1186/ar1857
Abstract: Recent years have witnessed a revolution in the treatment of inflammatory arthritis largely as a result of insights made into the role of cytokines in the pathogenesis of this family of diseases. Thus, inhibition of cytokines, such as members of the tumor necrosis factor (TNF) superfamily, that broadly impact the osteoclast, has proven a successful strategy for prevention of pathological bone loss [1].The osteoclast is the principal and probably exclusive resorptive cell of bone and is therefore central to the pathogenesis of inflammatory osteolysis. It is abundant in affected joints of patients with rheumatoid [2] or psoriatic [3] arthritis as well as in implant particle-induced inflammation prompting prosthetic loosening [4]. Thus, understanding the mechanisms by which osteoclasts resorb bone, and the cytokines that regulate their differentiation and activity, provides mechanism-based candidate therapeutic targets to prevent periarticular osteolysis.Much of what is known about the osteoclast comes from the study of the osteopetroses [5]. This family of disorders is characterized by enhanced bone mass caused by a failure of osteoclast recruitment or function. The fact that an osteopetrotic child was cured by marrow transplantation in the early 1980s established that the human osteoclast is of hematopoietic origin [6]. Subsequent studies document that the resorptive cell is a member of the monocyte/macrophage family [7] and provide the tools for generating the cell in culture and therefore the performance of meaningful biochemical and molecular experiments. As a result of these efforts, the past two decades have witnessed major insights into osteoclast biology.The osteoclast precursor arises principally in the marrow as an early mononuclear macrophage; it circulates and binds to the bone surface [8]. Whether the site to which the osteoclast precursor attaches, and which the differentiated osteoclast will ultimately resorb, is a selective or stochastic process is unk
Respaldos y protección artesanal ante el control de los ilícitos (México, mediados del siglo XIX)
Teitelbaum, Vanesa E.
Revista de Indias , 2008,
Abstract: This article delves into the practices of administering first-instance justice in the municipal ground of minor quarters –administrative units dividing the city of Mexico since the end of the 18th century. Notably, we will aim to look at detentions and the subsequent trials of individuals of popular groups in the middle years of the 19th century as well as the discourse strategies and tactics used in front of such control and coercion mechanisms. En este artículo se exploran las prácticas de administración de justicia en primera instancia en el terreno municipal de los cuarteles menores —unidades administrativas que dividían a la ciudad de México desde fines del siglo XVIII—. Puntualmente, se intentará examinar las detenciones y el posterior enjuiciamiento a los individuos de los grupos populares al promediar el siglo XIX y las estrategias y tácticas discursivas utilizadas frente a estos mecanismos de control y coacción.
Contra la tiranía del mostrador . La campa a de la prensa y los trabajadores por el descanso dominical en Tucumán del entresiglo
Teitelbaum, Vanesa E.
Anuario de Estudios Americanos , 2011,
Abstract: This study seeks to contribute to the analysis of the building process of the social and working issue in Tucuman at the turn of the century. Focus is particularly placed on the role that two rarely studied key actors played in the processes: workers’ associations and the press. It is with this purpose that the article pays special attention to the campaign for Sunday rest which articulated proposals and complaints in El Orden -one of the main newspapers of the time- with demands made by benefit societies and unions claiming such right Este estudio pretende contribuir al análisis de la conformación de la cuestión social y obrera en el Tucumán del entresiglo XIX a XX y, en particular, al papel que desempe aron en estos procesos dos actores claves y muy poco explorados: las sociedades de trabajadores y la prensa. Con ese propósito, el artículo presta especial atención a la campa a por el descanso dominical que articuló las propuestas y reclamaciones de El Orden, uno de los principales diarios de la época, con las demandas encabezadas por las sociedades mutuales y gremiales que reclamaban este derecho.
Sociabilidad, propaganda y cultura: los centros de trabajadores en el norte argentino (Tucumán y Santiago del Estero, 1897-1907)
Vanesa Ester Teitelbaum
Revista Mundos do Trabalho , 2012, DOI: 10.5007/1984-9222.2012v4n7p218
Abstract: http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1984-9222.2012v4n7p218 El propósito de esta contribución consiste en examinar las prácticas de sociabilidad, propaganda y cultura desarrolladas por los centros obreros en el norte argentino, particularmente en Tucumán y Santiago del Estero. El trabajo comienza con una descripción acerca de la composición, el liderazgo y las principales actividades puestas en marcha por estos espacios. Posteriormente, el estudio se centra en el análisis de las fiestas, aspecto esencial de la vida asociativa, que permitía integrar los fines de recreación con las consignas cifradas en la difusión y propaganda dirigida a construir una militancia en el mundo del trabajo. Finalmente, exploramos las iniciativas desplegadas por los centros obreros para concretar aspiraciones medulares de la vida asociativa, como eran las bibliotecas y el establecimiento de escuelas que ofrecieran una educación alternativa a la impartida por el Estado.
Banach-Hecke algebras and p-adic Galois Representations
Peter Schneider,Jeremy Teitelbaum
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: We take some initial steps towards illuminating the (hypothetical) $p$-adic local Langlands functoriality principle relating Galois representations of a $p$-adic field $L$ and admissible unitary Banach space representations of $G(L)$ when $G$ is a split reductive group over $L$. The outline of our work is derived from Breuil's remarkable insights into the nature of the correspondence between 2-dimensional crystalline Galois representations of the Galois group of $\Qdss_p$ and Banach space representations of $GL_{2}(\Qdss_p)$.
Banach space representations and Iwasawa theory
Peter Schneider,Jeremy Teitelbaum
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: The lack of a $p$-adic Haar measure causes many methods of traditional representation theory to break down when applied to continuous representations of a compact $p$-adic Lie group $G$ in Banach spaces over a given $p$-adic field $K$. For example, Diarra showed that the abelian group $G=\dZ$ has an enormous wealth of infinite dimensional, topologically irreducible Banach space representations. We therefore address the problem of finding an additional ''finiteness'' condition on such representations that will lead to a reasonable theory. We introduce such a condition that we call ''admissibility''. We show that the category of all admissible $G$-representations is reasonable -- in fact, it is abelian and of a purely algebraic nature -- by showing that it is anti-equivalent to the category of all finitely generated modules over a certain kind of completed group ring $K[[G]]$. As an application of our methods we determine the topological irreducibility as well as the intertwining maps for representations of $GL_2(\dZ)$ obtained by induction of a continuous character from the subgroup of lower triangular matrices.
U(g)-finite locally analytic representations
Peter Schneider,Jeremy Teitelbaum
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: In this paper we continue the study of locally analytic representations of a $p$-adic Lie group $G$ in vector spaces over a spherically complete non-archimedean field $K$, building on the algebraic approach to such representations introduced in our paper "Locally analytic distributions and p-adic representation theory, with applications to GL_2." In that paper we associated to a representation $V$ a module $M$ over the ring $D(G,K)$ of locally analytic distributions on $G$ and described an admissibility condition on $V$ in terms of algebraic properties of $M$. In this paper we determine the relationship between our admissibility condition on locally analytic modules and the traditional admissibility of Langlands theory. We then analyze the class of locally analytic representations with the property that their associated modules are annihilated by an ideal of finite codimension in the universal enveloping algebra of G, showing under some hypotheses on G that they are sums of representations of the form $X\otimes Y$, with X finite dimensional and Y smooth. The irreducible representations of this type are obtained when X and Y are irreducible. We conclude by analyzing the reducible members of the locally analytic principal series of $SL_2(\Qp)$.
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