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1. El Alberdi americano: una revisión desde el pensamiento filosófico latinoamericano - Ahumada Infante, Aldo
La pretensión de este trabajo es analizar los escritos entre 1837-1842 del denominado “joven” Alberdi, los cuales poseen un americanismo que en escritos posteriores se desvanece. Desde estos textos se revisan las posturas que se refieren a la originalidad de este autor y a la vez a la inautenticidad de sus planteamientos según distintos filósofos, pero reafirmando a nuestro juicio la primera postura.

2. La problemática de la periodización de la “contemporaneidad” en la historia del arte - Cipriano, Julia; Panfili, Marina
La clasificación, como abstracción conceptual, es una herramienta necesaria en la construcción teórica en general y en Historia del arte en particular, donde la mayoría de las clasificaciones ponen en relación recortes temporales con definiciones de rasgos estilísticos. En el presente trabajo abordamos el problema de la definición y denominación de la contemporaneidad artística a partir del estudio de las propuestas de periodización de dos autores: Arthur Danto (1924), filósofo y crítico de arte estadounidense, y Nicolas Bourriaud (1965), crítico de arte y curador francés.

3. De Macondo y sus alrededores: la construcción de Colombia desde el imaginario literario - Cáceres Delgadillo, Carolina
En el estudio de la literatura del siglo XIX y cambio de siglo (XX) en América Latina una de las preocupaciones centrales ha sido la construcción de la nación y las concepciones de nación que han surgido (¿cómo entender la nación?). El presente artículo busca describir cómo se percibe la consolidación de nación en Colombia a través de los imaginarios literarios. La revisión de aspectos tales como la geografía, las migraciones, los proyectos políticos nacionales, la raza y la cultura entre otros, dentro de algunas manifestaciones literarias nos permiten entender cómo se ha construido nuestros imaginarios nacionales y cómo son...

4. Variación y “escrituras” en la escuela: algunas reflexiones desde la etnopragmática - Gagliardi, Lucas
Dos problemas motivaron la elaboración de este trabajo. Por un lado, en la tradición escolar argentina, el problema géneros discursivos fue abordado en ocasiones desde actividades que apuntaban a la clasificación y descripción, olvidando las dimensiones sociales que dialogan con los aspectos verbales. Una segunda motivación radica en la constatación de que los fenómenos de variación lingüística emergen constantemente en las prácticas de los estudiantes como hablantes del español y que, frente a ellos, el docente debe posicionarse al momento de evaluar su desempeño en las prácticas escritas u orales dentro del aula. Se examinará un conjunto de producciones escritas de...

5. Soñar pinturas, pintar sueños: Diálogo inter-artístico en Willy el soñador de A. Browne - Moran, María Alma
Poetas y artistas, han advertido en varios momentos de la historia del arte, la importancia de reparar en la significación de las analogías o “correspondencias”. El concepto ha sido abordado desde distintos puntos de vista y en un constante diálogo inter-artístico. Los románticos, Baudelaire, Proust y Benjamin, son ejemplos que evidencian esta preocupación por las relaciones artísticas. En esta oportunidad se intentará manifestar el diálogo inter-artístico que se produce en Willy el soñador de Anthony Browne, indagando las relaciones entre la literatura infantil y la historia del arte visual, específicamente el caso de Magritte y la influencia del surrealismo.

6. O Sentido da política nos documentários de Eduardo Coutinho - Jubert, Simone Almeida
Eduardo Coutinho é um dos mais importantes documentaristas brasileiros. Seus filmes - entre eles, Cabra Marcado para Morrer, Edifício Master e o Fim e o Princípio - são considerados por ele mesmo como um encontro, uma conversa, entre quem registra e quem é registrado. Neste trabalho, iremos estudar como a forma que Coutinho aborda seus personagens, fazendo-os falarem de suas próprias vidas, procurando não censurar o que é dito, e fazer perguntas que buscam serem esvaziadas de juízos de valor, possibilita que seus entrevistados encenem seus próprios papéis e agenciem suas identidades. Os diversos depoimentos coletados nos documentários apoiados nesse fazer documental peculiar do diretor nos aproximam do sentido de...

7. O tempo e os mapas: formas, percepções e representações do tempo nos mappaemundi medievais - Borges, Thiago
Having a dual essence, that transit between the realism and the symbolism, the medieval world maps disclose, by hierarchical pictorial conceptions, the existence of different temporal stratum which, on a seemingly homogeneous level, coexist and interact naturally. In this regard, from the cyclicality of human time to a linearity of sacred time, the text presented seeks to contemplate the inherent complexity of shapes and perceptions that remain written on the long design that comprise a medieval world map. We therefore hope that the analysis and the systematic comparison of these imagines mundi may disclose, beyond its iconographic aspects, assured elements...

8. Entre las fuentes escritas y el calendario litúrgico: na aproximación al estudio de las Anunciaciones Preñadas - Ibáñez Palomo, Tomás
Between the 13th and 15th centuries a new way of portraying the Annunciation was developed in the Iberian Peninsula. This iconographic variant, which depicts the Virgin in an advanced state of pregnancy, enjoyed great acceptance in the territories of the Crown of Castile and the Kingdom of Portugal. Even though there is no unanimous agreement on the reasons for this emphasis on the pregnancy, most researchers coincide in pointing out the transfer of the feast in the Hispanic Rite —from the 25th of March to the 18th of December, giving rise to the so called Feast of the Expectation— as...

9. Iconografía y semiótica: Una obra de Velázquez - Vidaurre Arenas, Carmen V.
A study of one of the most famous Spanish pictures, known as “Las Meninas”, in which some semiotic concepts are applied to identify textual phenomena with a series of practices and cultural conceptions revealed in the production of canvas, that are expressed in the particular organization of the pictorial signs, in the technical and thematical elements, resources used in the canvas, in which Diego de Silva and Velázquez emphasized the narrative capacity and illusions of the image, and the expression of a temporal dimension and the dynamic happenings

10. Un salterio miniato quattrocentesco dal convento di San Francesco a Zara - Jaksic, Nikola
The author discusses an illuminated manuscript from the convent of St Francis at Zadar. Nine folios featuring the most representative initials from this manuscript were cut out in 1974 and their whereabouts have been unknown ever since. Only old black and white photographs of this psalter are known in the scholarly literature. With the aid of colour details preserved on a roll flm at the Conservation Office at Zadar, the author attempts to reconstruct their original appearance. He highlights the fact that this psalter has not been thoroughly analyzed or consistently described. He establishes that this is a Liturgical psalter...

11. La inutilidad del placer: la música y la vanidad de la vida - Cañas Pérez, Alberto
The concept vanitas has been present to the course of History of Art, being the base of a gender whose main message was about despising earthly life, because our only certainity is our own death. This gender was developed due to a variety of simbolic objects, such as skull, flowers, clocks and last but not least, musical instruments. This article will try to demonstrate the importance of this gender and its elements in the Middle Ages and Modern Age, focusing on the presence of musical instruments. To finish, it will be showed the musical iconographical analysis of two vanitates paintings...

12. Os Animais nas Cantigas de Santa Maria (II) - de Carvalho Mendes, Augusto
In this paper we analyzed the representation of animals in the Cantigas de Santa Maria, a poetry composed by the king Don Alfonso X the Wise. To do so, we selected all the passages of the Cantigas de Santa Maria concerning animals and compared with ancient and medieval texts relating to them. After a systematic study of both the texts and the rich illuminations that accompany them, we concluded that the animals are represented in the Cantigas de Santa Maria in a realistic way, opposed to symbolic way, very common in the medieval period. This characteristic observed in the work...

13. Un entalle con centauro hallado en Carthago Nova (Hispania Citerior) - Vizcaíno Sánchez, Jaime
Estudiamos un entalle hallado en Carthago Nova. Esta pieza de cornalina presenta un centauro con una rama, avanzando hacia la izquierda. El artículo incide en las características técnicas, datación o adscripción cultural de esta gema, que fue utilizada como anillo. Especialmente, insistimos en la necesidad de profundizar en el análisis iconográfico de los centauros. Pensamos que este entalle muestra un exemplum mitológico.

14. Relatos de los orígenes en la Atenea Parthenos: Iconología de Erecteo y Pandora - Abramovich, Lorena Valeria
In the Chryselephantine statue of the Parthenon two stories about the origins were symbolized: The first one was the beginning of the sexed humanity, represented by Pandora; the other story refers to the origin of the Athenian genos. The inclusion of the chthonic serpent had an intimate connection with the iconographic program of the Parthenon, a monument that celebrated the civic values and vernacular myths. However, the introduction of Pandora refers to broader Hellenic traditions, posing a more problematic question to be elucidated within this context. We postulate that the figure of Pandora is related to the myths of autochthony,...

15. La música y su entorno en la universidad de Salamanca del siglo de las luces: Las fronteras de un caso periférico - García-Bernalt Alonso, Bernardo
This paper reviews the musical activity related to the University of Salamanca in the second half of the eighteenth century. The work focuses on the relationship of the music chapel of the University with other local chapels, as well as on its contribution to the urban musical life, both in sacred and secular environments. It also analyses the role of the Chair of Music in this context, and its difficulties to adapt to the university reform plan of Charles III of Spain and, above all, to the proposals of the enlightened sector of the staff of the University of Salamanca,...

16. Dos fuentes inéditas de música litúrgica del siglo XVIII en el sur de Chile - Fernández, David Andrés
The analysis of primary sources is considered a basic historiographical method in history. Studies on music sources in Chile have been mainly focused on issues which happened in or around Santiago. Although there are some scholarly works which allow us to get a sense of how musical activities were performed outside the Chilean capital, little scholarship has been done on similar topics in peripheral areas; even less on the study of primary sources. For this reason, two unpublished plainchant books have been located within the collection of religious books at the Cathedral of Valdivia, as a part of a research...

17. La catedral matriz de Cuenca en los inicios del siglo XIX: La capilla musical, función de los primeros maestros de capilla - Molerio Rosa, Arleti
The aim of this article is to discuss the formation and the consolidation of the main Cathedral of Cuenca (Ecuador) in the midst of the XIX century. This paper covers the procedures used in the Bishopric�s documents; these include the Cathedral�s musical activities, as well as the functions of the chapel and how the information about the music was given to the choirmasters. This work also presents a comprehensive approach to the reconstruction of musical signals in the Cathedral, and proposes a methodology that complements the existing models related to this topic.

18. La música en el espacio republicano del Chile decimonónico - Uribe, Cristhian
The objective of the present investigation is to tie together the study of music from a historical perspective and the formation of a social republican model, within the Chilean culture of the nineteenth century. The investigation is connected with a long historical tradition from the beginning of The Republic and the presence of music. In this case, the intention is oriented towards becoming acquainted with the place that art occupied within the social circle and the value that society assigned to it as part of its cultural project, rather than describing musical forms or prominent figures.

19. Gesto, Metáfora, Significado - Martínez García, Gonzalo
This article analyzes a melodical-harmonical gesture that it can be found in the music of mayor-minor tonality and in the music of the XXth century, working as a preparatory closure to the exposition of themes or conclusion of movements or works. Turning to modern theories of musical metaphor, theories of musical gestures and some ideas of authors that have been based in the Peircian semiotic, it presents a hypothesis that explains why this gesture is effective as an event articulator of the forms, specifically as a closure. It analyzes, in the first place, two examples of the music of Beethoven,...

20. Yo y los otros: Relaciones e interacciones en la educación musical a distancia. Algunas miradas docentes - Borne, Leonardo; Maffioletti, Leda
This paper presents some results of a research about teachers' praxes in Brazilian higher education. We aim to comprehend the actors, as well as the social and individual dynamics involved in the processes within this context, based on the narratives from eight Brazilian music professors, each of whom gave a semi-structured interview. The main results show that in DEd the actors work in teams, working with and for an enormous quantity of students. In addition, we verified that the participants use their in-person practices as basis for DEd, at the same time as DEd modifies it, among other outcomes.

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