https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/issue/feed Cultura Latinoamericana 2021-12-28T04:27:55-05:00 Antonio Scocozza Ph.D. a.scocozza@tin.it Open Journal Systems <p align="justify"><strong>Cultura Latinoamericana. Revista de Estudios Interculturales,&nbsp;</strong>ISSN 2346-0326 (impresa), ISSN 2539-0791 (en línea). Es la revista de la Maestría en Ciencia Política con énfasis en Paz e Integración de la Universidad Católica de Colombia en convenio con la Università degli Studi di Salerno (Italia). Es una publicación seriada, se edita semestralmente, de acceso abierto, arbitrada e indexada, en donde se publican artículos científicos inéditos que constituyan hallazgos originales de investigación de autores nacionales y extranjeros ajenos a la entidad editora&nbsp;en temáticas de las Ciencias Políticas, con un enfoque intercultural centrado en la realidad latinoamericana, caribeña y con atención al mundo ibérico.</p> <p align="justify">Cultura Latinoamericana se publica semestralmente y está dirigida a la comunidad académica y profesional internacional que actúa en el ámbito de las Ciencias Políticas y Sociales. La Revista se estructura en cuatro secciones: Historia y política, Historia de las ideas y de la cultura, Economía y derecho, y Estudios ibéricos. Además, comprende la sección Notas y discusiones, dedicada a reseñas y ensayos bibliográficos que contribuyen al desarrollo de una reflexión crítica y al intercambio de diferentes puntos de vista sobre temáticas de ciencias políticas y sociales, propuestas teóricas y resultados de investigación.</p> https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4467 SER MULHER SEGUNDO CLARICE LISPECTOR: UMA APRENDIZAGEM ENTRE JORNALISMO E LITERATURA 2021-12-28T04:06:03-05:00 Luigia De Crescenzo luigia.decrescenzo@uniroma3.it <p>This study aims to analyse the way in which Clarice Lispector developed <br>her reflection on the condition of women through literary and journalistic <br>writing. Although she has constantly rejected the label of feminist, the <br>works of the Brazilian writer seems to trace a path of liberation from social standards: an apprenticeship of “being a woman” that dispenses with <br>any concept of gender. <br>Referring mainly to the reflections of Judith Butler and Pierre Bourdieu, <br>this aspect will be deepened through the analysis of the “women’s pages” <br>published under pseudonyms between the 50s and the 60s, and the novel<br>An apprenticeship or the book of pleasures; texts that are very different <br>from each other but that offer interesting perspectives on “being a woman” according to Clarice Lispector.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4468 APUNTES SOBRE LA REVISTA CRITERIOS EN EL PANORAMA INTELECTUAL CUBANO DE LAS PRIMERAS DÉCADAS DE LA REVOLUCIÓN 2021-12-28T04:10:04-05:00 Yeniselis González Mederos milagrosmp@uclv.cu <p>The present article proposes a look at the political and cultural horizon of <br>revolutionary Cuba to examine the conditions in which intellectual production develops on the Island. Ideological relations between intellectuals and the revolutionary leadership in the context of the construction of <br>socialism, as well as in the work of scientific dissemination carried out by <br>the Criterios magazine from the seventies to the nineties and from which <br>theoretical-methodological alternatives are proposed to the Marxist line <br>of thought of Soviet Stalinist orientation that was widely circulated in <br>Cuba during those decades.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4469 AS MANIFESTAÇÕES DO SILÊNCIO EM MIA COUTO 2021-12-28T04:14:42-05:00 Barbara Gori barbara.gori@unipd.it <p>Silence is a topic with a great power of attraction, especially in the Western society of the 21st century, where it is always more important to “have to speak at any cost”, “have to say everything” and <br>“have to speak always”, as if they were an explicit way demonstrating a possible equation: to speak <br>= to be valid. Traditional African society travels in the opposite direction. Sticking to the principles <br>of oral tradition, traditional African society, on the contrary, uses the word cautiously in an inverse <br>scale of values, without, however, wasting it. Who speaks less is worth more because it is with an <br>attentive, care and never excessive use of the word that it is possible to establish the place of the <br>sacred, of the art, of the memory, of the affections, of the justice. It is also making full use of the art <br>of silence that it is imaginable to practice the wisdom and open the doors to the great mysteries of <br>life and of the other. The possibility that silence has to be form and object of communication brings <br>it closer to verbal languages, but with the singularity of not sharing their prerogative of “talking <br>about themselves” in explicit and autonomous ways, in relation to a context. In the practice of <br>silence, form and object are one. It is not thinkable to explain, it is not conceivable to narrate and it <br>is not possible to describe the silence with the silence itself. Silence exists, a meaning is given to it, or, <br>more properly, innumerable meanings, depending on the circumstances of the dialogue. However, <br>to evoke, narrate, describe their meanings and their perceptible manifestations, it is necessary to use <br>the clarity of other types of linguistic expression. In this article, are examined some works by the <br>Mozambican writer Mia Couto. The analysis of these works concerns the types of silence important <br>for the weight they have in the unfolding of narrative plots and in the intertwining of discourses. <br>They manifest themselves mainly in four ways, all linked to the African oral tradition: the silence of <br>listening, the silence of pauses and reticence, the desire for silence and the pleasure of listening, the <br>silence in the silence of words.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4470 LOS APORTES DE FRANCISCO DE MIRANDA A LA IDENTIDAD INTEGRACIONISTA DE NUESTRAS AMÉRICAS 2021-12-28T04:19:24-05:00 Miguel Rojas Gómez mrojasg@pedagogica.edu.co <p>This research highlights the importance of Francisco de Miranda as an authentic <br>thinker, creator of a set of conceptual names of a cultural nature and integrationist <br>identity such as Colombia, Our Americas, Hispanic America and South America, <br>some of which already exist as Our America or South America, but with Miranda <br>would reach a new semantic and pragmatic function of the supranational integrationist identity emancipation, previously not conceived, with transcendence and <br>theoretical historical validity until today. Likewise, based on the documentary foundation of Mirandina roots, it is discussed with those researchers who disqualify the <br>Hispano-American construct of Miranda, emphasizing that the Hispano-American <br>concept has a positive connotation, identity in the difference with the Spanish, and <br>in this sense was assumed by those who advocated it during the 19th and 20th centuries in Latin America, and also by certain Spaniards, without denying that there <br>were Hispanic peninsular who interpreted it from the identity of the same.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4471 APUNTES SOBRE IDENTIDAD, SOBERANÍA Y LENGUA EN LA COSMOGONÍA PERONISTA 2021-12-28T04:23:50-05:00 Angela Sagnella angela.sagnella@unistrapg.it <p>This article aims to offer an exploration into Peronism within a historicalpolitical framework in order to analyse and deepen the relationship between the construction of national sovereignty and the so-called “cuestión <br>de la lengua”. In turn, diachronically, two main lines of thought will be <br>highlighted: an initial one, characterised essentially by the “discurso hispanista” and another —developed around 1952— in which an Argentine <br>linguistic autonomy is claimed, detached from the Spanish heritage and <br>more inclined, instead, towards a Latin American political-cultural unity. <br>Within this analysis, apart from the indoctrination found in the normative provisions of Peronism and the modelling of consciences through <br>the educational system, this paper aims to return to the “cuestión de la <br>lengua” in order to situate the dichotomous peculiarity of this political <br>movement, and the importance of the policies used to construct the cultural framework and the socio-political meanings.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4472 Reseña de Guadarrama González, P. (2018). “Marxismo y antimarxismo en América Latina: crisis y renovación del socialismo”, La Habana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales. ISBN 9789590620782 2021-12-28T04:27:28-05:00 Diego Jaramillo Salgado djara9@gmail.com <p>reseña</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4460 Editorial 2021-12-28T03:31:51-05:00 Mariarosaria Colucciello mrcolucciello@unisa.it <p>editorial</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4461 POPULIST LEFT-WING FOREIGN POLICY: THE CASE OF KIRCHNERISM IN ARGENTINA 2021-12-28T03:37:42-05:00 Rodolfo Colalongo rodo.colalongo@gmail.com Stellamarina Donato s.donato@lumsa.it <p>This article addresses the issue of populist foreign policy in Argentina and <br>employs a multi-methods research that combines discourse analysis, foreign policy analysis, and historical political reconstruction of Kirchnerism. <br>Theoretically, we refer to populism as an “Ideational Approach” and we <br>consider Destradi and Plegaman’s thematic lines in order to investigate <br>populism in world politics. Throughout the paper, we argue that left-wing <br>populist foreign policy does not discriminate against international cooperation and globalization per se but in a Manichean vision of the world, it <br>criticizes western rich countries, and proposes the creation of new regional alliances. <br><br></p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4462 NEGACIONISMO Y POSVERDAD EN EL DISCURSO POLÍTICO INSTITUCIONAL DE BOLSONARO 2021-12-28T03:41:53-05:00 Gian Luigi De Rosa gianluigi.derosa@uniroma3.it <p>The aim of this paper is to analyze Bolsonaro’s institutional political communication during the COVID-19 pandemic. The text develops the argument in two complementary phases: on the one hand, by analyzing the <br>political language, that can be considered as specialized language, used in <br>Bolsonaro’s institutional political communication.On the other hand, by <br>focusing on the negationist and post-truth strategies of banalization of the <br>pandemic present in official statements.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4463 BANDERAS, ESCUDOS E IDENTIDADES. UNA APROXIMACIÓN A LA INVENCIÓN DE LA NACIÓN ARGENTINA (1806-1835) 2021-12-28T03:45:19-05:00 Alejandro Herrero herrero_alejandro@yahoo.com.ar <p>The image that the Argentine nation has existed since the Colony or since <br>the Revolution and Independence has been questioned for three decades. <br>New interpretations conceive that neither the nation nor Argentina were <br>a given fact, but that both were created in a movement open to different <br>national projects. The aim of this article tries to show that symbols are also <br>part of a construction that historians can reconstruct, and that Buenos <br>Aires, seat of the governments of the Revolution (or central power), <br>created the national symbolism, and tried</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 2022 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4464 LÁZARO CÁRDENAS Y JUAN DOMINGO PERÓN: IDEAS Y FORMACIÓN POLÍTICA DE DOS LÍDERES POPULISTAS LATINOAMERICANOS 2021-12-28T03:51:32-05:00 Israel López Monsivais Elizondo israellopez@uaslp.com Elida Tedesco elida.tedesco@uaslp.mx Enrique Delgado Lopez enrique.delgado@uaslp.mx <p>This article proposes a comparative study between the ideas and education of Lázaro Cárdenas and Juan Domingo Perón, whose leaderships <br>are considerate as classical populists in Latin America, in addition to the <br>fact that both have transcended in the political culture of their respective countries as ideology of welfare, social justice, state development and <br>national sovereignty.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4465 EL APOYO POLÍTICO-DIPLOMÁTICO Y ECONÓMICO DE ARGENTINA A ITALIA EN LA INMEDIATA POSGUERRA (1946-1947) CONTADO POR LA PRENSA ITALIANA 2021-12-28T03:56:05-05:00 Gemma Pizzoni gepizz93@gmail.com <p>This article aims to piece together the economic and diplomatic relations <br>between Italy and Argentina during the Second post- World War through <br>the narration of the Italian press. The research considers the information of <br>some Italian newspapers and journals, selected for their ideological leaning: <br>the affiliated organizations of a party, the independent press, printed especially in the North of Italy, and the catholic one. Even if after World War II <br>Italy and Argentina had opposite economic, political, and social contests, they <br>developed some important contact points, not only for their own domestic <br>policies, but also for the international relations. The article analyzes how the <br>selected Italian press illustrates some common meeting points, particularly <br>for the biennium 1946-1947: the food supplies from the platense republic at <br>the impoverished and destroyed peninsula, the argentine support at the Paris <br>Peace Conference for a fair peace treaty for Italy and the diplomatic missions <br>organized from both two nations.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0 https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4466 ¿LIBERTAD Y DIGNIDAD TRAS LA INDEPENDENCIA POLÍTICA? UN DEBATE SOBRE LAS TESIS POSCOLONIALES 2021-12-28T04:00:39-05:00 Bernardo Vela Orbegozo bernardo.vela@uexternado.edu.co <p>In the same way that the physical and moral devatation generated in the <br>so-called words wars the European scenario that led to the emergence of <br>critical thinking, the barbarism of colonialism, the atrocity of the wars of <br>Independence and the internal struggles for power that followed. Those <br>wars of Independence -in many cases to this day- were de American, African and Asian scene that led to the emergence of postcolonial critical <br>thougt, the study of which is the object of this article.</p> 2021-12-28T00:00:00-05:00 Derechos de autor 0