Issue 22

Feminism and Feminisms: Consensuses and Dissensuses

Juanita Barreto Gama, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Margins of Ethnicity: Of Ghosts, Specters, and Indigenous Nomado-Logics. Contributions from a “Philolitical Ethnography”

Leticia Katzer, UnCuyo-CONICET, Argentina

Horrorism and the Biopolitics of Ablation. Racializations of the Indian in Colombian Armed Conflict

Carolina Castañeda, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina

Problematization, Eventualization and Fictionalization: Criticism in Visibilizing Subjectivities

Jorge Eliécer Martínez Posada, Universidad de la Salle, Colombia

Interculturality Ceaseless Apogee —Some Critical Reflections from Anthropology and Philosophy

Gonzalo Díaz Crovetto y Mario Samaniego, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile

Steps Towards Decolonizing the Celebratory

Javier Reynaldo Romero Flores, Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas y Ambientales, UDCA, Colombia

Illusions and Sufferings of Emigration. The Case of Levantine Arabic, Muslim Immigrants to Chile 1930-1950

Jorge Araneda Tapia, Universidad de Chile

Indigenous Rebellions, Socio-Religious Movements and Processes of Territorialization. God Luciano and the United Evangelic Church in Argentina

Liliana Tamagno, Carolina Andrea Maidana, Alejandro Martínez, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina

Conflict and Violence: Gendered Relationships, Cultural Expressions and Distress

Anna María Fernández Poncela, UAM/Xochimilco, México

Social Memory and Territory in Disputes on Lands in an Indigenous Community. An Approach from a Politicized Oral Tradition

David Figueroa Serrano, Colegio de Michoacán, México

Seizing Indigenous Histories: Itinerary and Straitjackets of Linear Time in Chile

Maximiliano Salinas Campos, Universidad de Santiago de Chile

The Historical Dimension versus the Banalization of Landscape. The Case of Countryside Landscape in the Department of Maipu, Mendoza, Argentina

Lorena Manzini, Instituto de Ciencias Humanas, Sociales y Ambientales (INCIHUSA), Centro Científico Tecnológico Conicet en Mendoza (CCT Mendoza), Argentina

Opening Path to Re-Position Social Work’s Praxeological Complexity: A Disciplinary Heritage as an Experience of Theory-Praxis Fusion

Víctor R. Yáñez Pereira, Universidad Autónoma de Chile

The Social Question And Its Articulation To Social Work

Sandra del Pilar Gómez Contreras, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia

Working on the Social Issue: Working Upon others and Shifts in the Worlds of Work

Claudia Bermúdez Peña, Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento –Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y Social, Argentina

Questioning Power as Dominance —Rethinking Power Analyses in Social Action

María Belén Ortega Senet, Universidad Católica Santísima Concepción, Chile

Cultural studies: ups-and-downs and positions. An interview to Eduardo Restrepo

Mónica María del Valle, Universidad de la Salle, Colombia

Research in contemporary social work

Ángela María Quintero Velásquez, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia