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    Authors: María Fabiana Bugliani; Lucas Pereyra Domingorena;

    Resumen El terrorismo de Estado fue un genocidio que afectó a la mayoría de los pueblos de América Latina ya hace varias décadas pero, como todo genocidio, sus consecuencias y sus marcas siguen vigentes. En Argentina, los procesos de reparación y de justicia contra los delitos de lesa humanidad generaron múltiples acciones; entre las más destacadas se encuentran los juicios y la conformación de sitios de memoria. En las últimas décadas se han creado numerosos de estos espacios a lo largo del país, en muchos de los cuales la arqueología ha jugado un rol significativo en su constitución. Este artículo explica el proceso de activación patrimonial de uno de ellos, el Espacio de Memoria Monte Pelloni, su significación y valoración social, la participación ciudadana y los retos que se debieron asumir en cuanto al rol como profesionales de la arqueología. Abstract THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MEMORY SPACE IN A FORMER CLANDESTINE CENTER FOR DETENTION, TORTURE AND DISAPPEARANCE OF PEOPLE IN OLAVARRÍA (ARGENTINA). State terrorism was a process that affected most Latin American people several decades ago, although, as with all genocidal processes, its consequences and impact can still be felt. In Argentina, the processes of reparation and justice in cases of crimes against humanity generated multiple actions, among which the most important has been the creation of memory sites. Several such spaces have been created in recent decades throughout the country, with archeology often playing a significant part. This article explains the process of activating heritage in one case, that of the Monte Pelloni memory space, as well as its significance and social value, citizen participation, and the challenges that had to be faced in terms of the role of the archaeologist as a professional.

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    Authors: Melisa Deciancio;

    Este artículo aborda la contribución de la geopolítica a la construcción del campo de las Relaciones Internacionales en Argentina, y está englobado en un trabajo más amplio que busca responder a la pregunta más general sobre cómo se desarrolla el proceso de constitución del campo de las Relaciones Internacionales como disciplina académica autónoma en la Argentina. Se pone de relieve el ímpetu que la geopolítica dio al campo en términos conceptuales e institucionales. A partir del análisis bibliográfico y la revisión de documentos históricos de la Revista de la Escuela de Guerra Naval (1969-presente), la Revista Geopolítica (1975-2000) y la Revista Estrategia (1969-1983), se busca identificar debates y perspectivas comunes en ambos campos sobre lo internacional. Tanto desde las instituciones militares como desde los círculos académicos, la geopolítica sirvió de marco para el surgimiento de los estudios sobre seguridad internacional y los análisis de corte realista dentro de las Relaciones Internacionales argentinas. This paper addresses the contribution of Geopolitics to the construction of the International Relations (IR) field in Argentina. Enclosed in a broader study that seeks to answer the more general question about how the process of constitution of the field of International Relations (IR) is developed as an autonomous field of research in Argentina, the article will highlight the impetus that Geopolitics gave to the field in conceptual and institutional terms. Based on the bibliographical analysis and the revision of archival documents of the Revista de la Escuela de Guerra Naval (1969-present), Revista de Geopolitica (1975-2000), and Revista Estrategia (1969-1983), the paper aims to identify common debates and perspectives on ''the international'' issue. From both military institutions and academic circles, Geopolitics served as a framework for the emergence of studies on International Security and realist approaches within the Argentinian IR. Este trabalho abordará a contribuição da Geopolítica a construção do campo das Relações Internacionais (RI) na Argentina. Englobado em um trabalho mais extenso que procura responder a pergunta generalizada sobre como se desenvolve o processo de constituição do campo das Relações Internacionais (RI) como disciplina acadêmica autônoma na Argentina, o artigo salientará a intensidade que a Geopolítica deu ao campo em termos conceituais e institucionais. A partir da analises bibliográfica e a revisão dos documentos históricos da Revista da Escola de Guerra Naval (1969-presente), a Revista Geopolítica (1975-2000) e a Revista Estratégia (1969-1983), procura identificar debates e perspectivas comuns em ambos campos sobre o internacional. Tanto desde as instituições militares como desde os círculos acadêmicos, a Geopolítica ajudou como ponto de partida para o surgimento dos estudos sobre Segurança Internacional e as análises de corte realista dentro das RI argentinas.

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    Authors: María Rosa Lojo;

    La huella de Galicia en nuestro imaginario fundador no es proporcional a su gran importancia demográfica. A tal punto que, como sucede con los pueblos aborígenes, la identidad gallega suele ser en la Argentina una “criptoidentidad”, profunda y poco visible en muchos sentidos. Este trabajo propone varias razones posibles para este olvido u ocultamiento deliberado: la carga insultante que el gentilicio “gallego” (luego equivalente aquí a “español” en general) traía desde la Península, el peso de algunos rasgos despectivos de este estereotipo étnico, el rechazo de España como matriz cultural que se prolongó después de la Independencia; el rápido abandono de la lengua gallega por el deseo de asimilarse al más prestigioso castellano. Cuando comiencen las reivindicaciones hispanistas por parte de intelectuales argentinos, la mayor parte no incluirá a Galicia. Y, aunque la prensa de las asociaciones y las élites de artistas y escritores gallegos intenta revertir esta tendencia, no logra incidir lo suficiente en la sociedad argentina, ni dentro del mismo colectivo migratorio. Pero hoy día, movimientos galleguistas en las nuevas generaciones avanzan hacia el reconocimiento de la identidad gallega como uno de los pilares ocultos de la identidad argentina, y viceversa, en lo que hace al aporte argentino a la comunidad gallega peninsular. Galicia’s print on our founding imaginary is not proportional to its great demographical importance. As it happens with Native American, Galician identity is deeply hidden and scarcely visible in many respects. This work proposes several reasons for this oblivion, or else, this purposeful covering: the outrageous meaning that the name “Gallego” (later on, a synonym for “Spaniard” in Argentina) already had in the Iberian Peninsula; the burden of several disdainful features of this ethnical stereotype; the rejection of the Spanish cultural matrix subsistent after the Independence War; the quick abandonment of Galician language for the more prestigious Castilian. Even when the Argentinian intellectuals begin to rescue the Spanish heritage, most of them don’t include Galicia. And, although the press of Galician associations and the elites of Galician artists and writers try to reverse this tendency, it isn’t enough to influence the Argentinian society, or even people of Galician descent. But nowadays, there are renewed “galleguista” movements that aim at the acknowledgment of Galician identity as one of the hidden pillars of Argentinian identity. Likewise, the Argentinian contribution has also proved fundamental for the construction of Galician peninsular identity. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación

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    Authors: Peytrequín Gómez, Jeffrey;

    El fin del presente trabajo fue situar y brindar una opción de cómo enseñar a realizar estudios de paisaje, atañidos específicamente a la disciplina arqueológica. Así, fue necesario poner en aplicación conceptos teóricos en la realidad, a partir de estudios de caso particulares en medio del campus universitario; con el propósito de que los/as estudiantes pudiesen construir su propio conocimiento con base en los análisis hechos. Con ello se buscó que los participantes del ejercicio interpretaran datos específicos asimilando los conceptos, además del desarrollo de nuevas habilidades para su futuro profesional; lo anterior aumentado la motivación por el tema de estudio. Se hace una descripción del contexto y la estrategia didáctica planteada y empleada. Para cerrar se valoran los resultados de la dinámica aplicada; así como sus fortalezas (e.g. bajo costo e implementación internacional) y posibles limitaciones. The purpose of the essay is to give an option linked to how to teach the understanding of landscapes studies, particularly related to Archaeology. To this in mind apply theoretical concepts to the reality, via particular case studies inside college campus, looking for that the students construct their own knowledge by the analysis; was necessary. The aim was that the exercise partakers interpret specific data assimilating the concepts, in addition to professional new skills development; besides rising the motivation to this topic. A description of the context and the use and application of the didactic strategy are done. At the end, the dynamic results, strengths (e.g. international performance and low costs) and possible limitations are esteemed. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación

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    Authors: María Fabiana Bugliani; Lucas Pereyra Domingorena;

    Resumen El terrorismo de Estado fue un genocidio que afectó a la mayoría de los pueblos de América Latina ya hace varias décadas pero, como todo genocidio, sus consecuencias y sus marcas siguen vigentes. En Argentina, los procesos de reparación y de justicia contra los delitos de lesa humanidad generaron múltiples acciones; entre las más destacadas se encuentran los juicios y la conformación de sitios de memoria. En las últimas décadas se han creado numerosos de estos espacios a lo largo del país, en muchos de los cuales la arqueología ha jugado un rol significativo en su constitución. Este artículo explica el proceso de activación patrimonial de uno de ellos, el Espacio de Memoria Monte Pelloni, su significación y valoración social, la participación ciudadana y los retos que se debieron asumir en cuanto al rol como profesionales de la arqueología. Abstract THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MEMORY SPACE IN A FORMER CLANDESTINE CENTER FOR DETENTION, TORTURE AND DISAPPEARANCE OF PEOPLE IN OLAVARRÍA (ARGENTINA). State terrorism was a process that affected most Latin American people several decades ago, although, as with all genocidal processes, its consequences and impact can still be felt. In Argentina, the processes of reparation and justice in cases of crimes against humanity generated multiple actions, among which the most important has been the creation of memory sites. Several such spaces have been created in recent decades throughout the country, with archeology often playing a significant part. This article explains the process of activating heritage in one case, that of the Monte Pelloni memory space, as well as its significance and social value, citizen participation, and the challenges that had to be faced in terms of the role of the archaeologist as a professional.

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    Authors: Melisa Deciancio;

    Este artículo aborda la contribución de la geopolítica a la construcción del campo de las Relaciones Internacionales en Argentina, y está englobado en un trabajo más amplio que busca responder a la pregunta más general sobre cómo se desarrolla el proceso de constitución del campo de las Relaciones Internacionales como disciplina académica autónoma en la Argentina. Se pone de relieve el ímpetu que la geopolítica dio al campo en términos conceptuales e institucionales. A partir del análisis bibliográfico y la revisión de documentos históricos de la Revista de la Escuela de Guerra Naval (1969-presente), la Revista Geopolítica (1975-2000) y la Revista Estrategia (1969-1983), se busca identificar debates y perspectivas comunes en ambos campos sobre lo internacional. Tanto desde las instituciones militares como desde los círculos académicos, la geopolítica sirvió de marco para el surgimiento de los estudios sobre seguridad internacional y los análisis de corte realista dentro de las Relaciones Internacionales argentinas. This paper addresses the contribution of Geopolitics to the construction of the International Relations (IR) field in Argentina. Enclosed in a broader study that seeks to answer the more general question about how the process of constitution of the field of International Relations (IR) is developed as an autonomous field of research in Argentina, the article will highlight the impetus that Geopolitics gave to the field in conceptual and institutional terms. Based on the bibliographical analysis and the revision of archival documents of the Revista de la Escuela de Guerra Naval (1969-present), Revista de Geopolitica (1975-2000), and Revista Estrategia (1969-1983), the paper aims to identify common debates and perspectives on ''the international'' issue. From both military institutions and academic circles, Geopolitics served as a framework for the emergence of studies on International Security and realist approaches within the Argentinian IR. Este trabalho abordará a contribuição da Geopolítica a construção do campo das Relações Internacionais (RI) na Argentina. Englobado em um trabalho mais extenso que procura responder a pergunta generalizada sobre como se desenvolve o processo de constituição do campo das Relações Internacionais (RI) como disciplina acadêmica autônoma na Argentina, o artigo salientará a intensidade que a Geopolítica deu ao campo em termos conceituais e institucionais. A partir da analises bibliográfica e a revisão dos documentos históricos da Revista da Escola de Guerra Naval (1969-presente), a Revista Geopolítica (1975-2000) e a Revista Estratégia (1969-1983), procura identificar debates e perspectivas comuns em ambos campos sobre o internacional. Tanto desde as instituições militares como desde os círculos acadêmicos, a Geopolítica ajudou como ponto de partida para o surgimento dos estudos sobre Segurança Internacional e as análises de corte realista dentro das RI argentinas.

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    Authors: María Rosa Lojo;

    La huella de Galicia en nuestro imaginario fundador no es proporcional a su gran importancia demográfica. A tal punto que, como sucede con los pueblos aborígenes, la identidad gallega suele ser en la Argentina una “criptoidentidad”, profunda y poco visible en muchos sentidos. Este trabajo propone varias razones posibles para este olvido u ocultamiento deliberado: la carga insultante que el gentilicio “gallego” (luego equivalente aquí a “español” en general) traía desde la Península, el peso de algunos rasgos despectivos de este estereotipo étnico, el rechazo de España como matriz cultural que se prolongó después de la Independencia; el rápido abandono de la lengua gallega por el deseo de asimilarse al más prestigioso castellano. Cuando comiencen las reivindicaciones hispanistas por parte de intelectuales argentinos, la mayor parte no incluirá a Galicia. Y, aunque la prensa de las asociaciones y las élites de artistas y escritores gallegos intenta revertir esta tendencia, no logra incidir lo suficiente en la sociedad argentina, ni dentro del mismo colectivo migratorio. Pero hoy día, movimientos galleguistas en las nuevas generaciones avanzan hacia el reconocimiento de la identidad gallega como uno de los pilares ocultos de la identidad argentina, y viceversa, en lo que hace al aporte argentino a la comunidad gallega peninsular. Galicia’s print on our founding imaginary is not proportional to its great demographical importance. As it happens with Native American, Galician identity is deeply hidden and scarcely visible in many respects. This work proposes several reasons for this oblivion, or else, this purposeful covering: the outrageous meaning that the name “Gallego” (later on, a synonym for “Spaniard” in Argentina) already had in the Iberian Peninsula; the burden of several disdainful features of this ethnical stereotype; the rejection of the Spanish cultural matrix subsistent after the Independence War; the quick abandonment of Galician language for the more prestigious Castilian. Even when the Argentinian intellectuals begin to rescue the Spanish heritage, most of them don’t include Galicia. And, although the press of Galician associations and the elites of Galician artists and writers try to reverse this tendency, it isn’t enough to influence the Argentinian society, or even people of Galician descent. But nowadays, there are renewed “galleguista” movements that aim at the acknowledgment of Galician identity as one of the hidden pillars of Argentinian identity. Likewise, the Argentinian contribution has also proved fundamental for the construction of Galician peninsular identity. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación

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    Authors: Peytrequín Gómez, Jeffrey;

    El fin del presente trabajo fue situar y brindar una opción de cómo enseñar a realizar estudios de paisaje, atañidos específicamente a la disciplina arqueológica. Así, fue necesario poner en aplicación conceptos teóricos en la realidad, a partir de estudios de caso particulares en medio del campus universitario; con el propósito de que los/as estudiantes pudiesen construir su propio conocimiento con base en los análisis hechos. Con ello se buscó que los participantes del ejercicio interpretaran datos específicos asimilando los conceptos, además del desarrollo de nuevas habilidades para su futuro profesional; lo anterior aumentado la motivación por el tema de estudio. Se hace una descripción del contexto y la estrategia didáctica planteada y empleada. Para cerrar se valoran los resultados de la dinámica aplicada; así como sus fortalezas (e.g. bajo costo e implementación internacional) y posibles limitaciones. The purpose of the essay is to give an option linked to how to teach the understanding of landscapes studies, particularly related to Archaeology. To this in mind apply theoretical concepts to the reality, via particular case studies inside college campus, looking for that the students construct their own knowledge by the analysis; was necessary. The aim was that the exercise partakers interpret specific data assimilating the concepts, in addition to professional new skills development; besides rising the motivation to this topic. A description of the context and the use and application of the didactic strategy are done. At the end, the dynamic results, strengths (e.g. international performance and low costs) and possible limitations are esteemed. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación

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