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21. The identities of Spain, from Traditional Narratives to Current Historiography. Review of José Álvarez Junco and others, Las historias de España. Visiones del pasado y construcción de identidad. Barcelona, Madrid: Crítica, Marcial Pons, 2013, xxvii+914 págs - Pasamar Alzuria, Gonzalo Vicente

22. BREVE HISTORIA DE LAS PUERTAS DE MADERA - García de la Iglesia, Francisco
Podríamos definir la puerta como el objeto, de madera o metal, que se abre y cierra permitiendo la apertura del muro diseñado, y construido para dar el paso de un lugar a otro, cuando así se desee, mediante movimiento de esta a través de una bisagra.

23. Hypatia de Alejandría. La Primera Física de la Historia. - Sevillano Santiago, Félix

24. Ensayo sobre la mujer en la historia de la filosofía. - Peres Díaz, Daniel

25. Restauración de una cabeza de Mictlantecuhtli: de la iconografía a la manufactura - González Gamboa, Zulema Ayerin
As part of the teaching-learning process, the Seminario-Taller de Restauración de Cerámica (Ceramic Restoration Seminar-Workshop STRC), Escuela Nacional de Conser-vación, Restauración y Museografía (National School for Conservation, Restoration and Museography, ENCRyM) of the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (National Anthropology and History Institute, INAH) carried out the research of a ceramic sculpture representing the god of death, excavated during the 2010-2011 season at the archaeological site of  Tehuacán (Puebla, México). The investigation included: analysis of the artefact´s morphology, style, iconography and manufacture, which in turn led to determine its origin, technology and the creativity involved in its production. This...

26. Laboratorio de Análisis y Diagnóstico del Patrimonio (Ladipa): una perspectiva a ocho años de su gestación - Esparza López, Rodrigo; Machuca Chávez, Paulina
El Laboratorio de Análisis y Diagnóstico del Patrimonio (Ladipa) de El Colegio de Michoacán (Colmich) surgió como respuesta a la necesidad de incidir de manera responsable en el manejo del patrimonio cultural material y natural de México. En sus inicios se planteó como un laboratorio de arqueometría para caracterizar materiales arqueológicos y, a partir de 2009, se formalizó su actual  estructura mediante la adquisición de equipo científico-tecnológico de alto nivel, lo que lo posiciona actualmente  como un laboratorio sin precedentes en el país, dedicado exclusivamente al estudio y conservación del patrimonio nacional. Ladipa cuenta con personal altamente calificado que realiza...

27. Tecnología escáner láser aplicada al estudio del patrimonio cultural edificado de México - Mora Flores, Ángel
A partir del mes de mayo del año 2009, el Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), a través de la Coordinación Nacional de Monumentos Históricos (CNMH), instrumentó la tecnología escáner láser para fortalecer el conocimiento científico y tecnológico en materia de bienes culturales y, de acuerdo con este fin, formar una base de datos con modelos digitales de los monumentos históricos y arqueológicos emblemáticos del país. Se trata de una tecnología de postrema generación –cuyas primeras aplicaciones se hicieron en la industria petrolífera– que en los últimos años ha simplificado su manejo y portabilidad. Ponerla en uso hoy para el...

28. Recuento histórico de los desprendimientos de pintura mural en Teotihuacan - Salinas Rodrigo, Montserrat
El desprendimiento de pintura mural es una técnica de restauración que actualmente se recomienda solamente en casos extremos, ya que estas obras de arte se consideran parte integral de la arquitectura. El presente artículo documenta y analiza la historia de los desprendimientos de pintura mural en la Zona Arqueológica de Teotihuacan, México. Se examinan las diferentes circunstancias que llevaron a la decisión de desprender las pinturas. Con base en ello, se plantea la urgente necesidad de desarrollar soluciones de conservación y restauración para la enorme cantidad de fragmentos que, producto de este legado histórico de desprendimientos, se encuentran en bodegas...

29. Recientes intervenciones en Bonampak. Hacia una nueva lectura de los murales en el Templo de las Pinturas - Orea Magaña, Haydée; Buitrago Sandoval, Gilberto; González Correa, Olga Lucía
In 2009, the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH) initiated a conservation project in the Maya archaeological site of Bonampak, which is located in the Lacandon Forest of Chiapas, Mexico. This project aimed at repairing the alterations produced in its monuments by regional seismic activity. In these circumstances, the presentation of the mural paintings of Temple 1 was analyzed and the specialists decided to make interventions to improve the reading of its very confused pictorial programme. Between August and December 2010, the muralpaintings in the third room of Temple 1 were cleaned, revealing new figures as well as obscured...

30. El museo memorial: un nuevo espécimen entre los museos de historia - Velázquez Marroni, Cintia
In this essay, the author presents a short review about the emergence of memorial museums, among the general context of history museums in the 20th Century. Emphasis is made on the different political and academic transformations of the second half of the mentioned century, with the aim of identifying their impact in the process of musealization of the past. The memorial museum is analyzed, and also commented along with the ideas of other academics, to elucidate what defines it, what differentiates it from the others and how we can assume that it represents a new category of history museums.

31. Museo Franz Mayer: origen, historia y actualidad de una institución cultural dedicada a las artes decorativas y el diseño - Sénchez Vega, María
This overview is devoted to the Franz Mayer Museum(MFM), an institution that exists thanks to Franz Mayer,a German collector and bibliophile, who later became aMexican citizen. In the 1970s, he donated his collectionof decorative art and books to Mexico through a CulturalTrust, managed by the Bank of Mexico. This contributionanalyzes the origins, history and present situation of theMFM which, since opening its doors in 1986 to date, hasbecome an important reference point in Mexico’s museologicaland cultural circles.

32. Proyecto “Restauración de vestigios de artillería”: aspectos sobre la investigación y conservación de cañones con aleación de hierro de la ciudad de San Francisco de Campeche - Arano Recio, Diana
Due to their historical importance, the artillery cannonsmanufactured in grey cast iron are exhibited in publicopen places at the San Francisco de Campeche city, Mexico,where a hot, humid tropical climate prevails, which isclassified as causing a medium to high level of corrosion.During this research, several analyses were carried outto grey iron cannons in order to determine the chemical composition of their corrosive products. The electrochemical tests were used to understand the behaviour of the cannons’ metal under the rain, and also to evaluate the formation of stable patinas using 5% NaOH and a 5% tannic acid solution. Furthermore, a conservation strategy was...

33. Los grandes lagartos del Zócalo Reseña sobre la exposición Huellas de la vida: un viaje en la historia de nuestro planeta - Reynoso Pohlenz, Jorge
 Review of the palaeontology exhibition Huellas de la vida: un viaje en la historia de nuestro planeta, organized by the Museo del Desierto, Saltillo, and the Distrito Federal Goverment (GDF), which was shown at the Plaza de la Constitución, Zócalo, Mexico City from May 23rd  to August 30th 2009. It focuses on the ambivalence regarding the cultural and leisure use of public spaces employed for popular mass spectacles, as well as the exposition discourse,s rigor and flexibility devoted to the dissemination of palaeontology, analyzing the potential neutrality of this discipline and its public representation. It also explores the tension of the...

34. La transición de estudiante a profesional: las prácticas de campo del órgano de San Juan Tepemasalco, Hidalgo - Mariño Garza, Esteban
This article reports the activities and results obtained of a field trip internship focused on the research and conservation of the San Juan Tepemasalco,s historical pipe organ, Hidalgo, which took place from September to November 2008, within the Optional Seminar of Conservation and Restoration of Musical Instruments (STOCRIM) of the Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía (ENCRyM); Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH). On the basis of personal account about the experience, this paper analyses the role of the conservation field trip internship as the perfect academic training for a student becoming a professional. 

35. La escritura-objeto en los museos de historia - Morales Moreno, Luis Gerardo
The present text aproaches a museological critic focused on the genre of the history museum, it locates the attained observations into a reference system that makes a distintion between place of science and place of culture, laying both elements (science and culture) and transform them into a distinction between consciousness and experience. Within the interrelation between historic discourse and museology relies the difference established by an object-writing that, as much as producing a cognitive experience, makes it posible to feel it like a real past experience. If the historic discourse finds one of its modes of expression at the museum,...

36. The Restoration of Sixteenth-Century Panel Paintings from Coixtlahuaca Altarpiece in Oaxaca - Madrid Alanís, Yolanda
This article describes the genesis and development of the restauration project for panel paintings belonging to the principal altar piece of the temple of Coixtlahuaca, Oaxaca. Fulfilled by the Seminar-Workshop of Conservation of Easel Paintings (STRPC ) of Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía (ENCRyM), Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), this initiative has been focused on the study and treatment of 11 works of art from the Sixteenth Century, attributed to the renowned Sevillian painter Andres de Concha. The text reports mainly the purposes and activities of the project, which has been characterized by an integral approach, aiming to incorporate humanistic and scientific studies with conservation and restoration interventions within...

37. El Primer Coloquio de Directores de Centros de Restauración de América Latina, La Habana, Cuba, a 25 años - Díaz-Berrio Fernández, Salvador
This article examines the conclusions of the First Colloquium of Latin America Restauration Centers, which took place in 1984 at La Habana, Cuba. After contextualising the historical circumstances of their origins, particularly in relation to the activities carried out by the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH ) at a national and international scale, the present text studies the colloquium particularities, with an emphasis on its main contributions. These are retrospectively examined on regards of the role that Mexico has occupied for the training of specialists in conservation and restoration at Latin America, in order to bring up a fresh...

38. Una historia elegante: México 200 años. La patria en construcción - Arcila Berzunza, Carlos Iván
México 200 años. La patria en construcción, a temporary exhibition, which was inaugurated along the opening of the new Palacio Nacional’s Gallery, aimed to revisit Mexican history from a controversial point of view. The exhibition could not detach itself from the contemporary political environment, especially because it was planned by the Mexican State and, therefore, showed the views of its current federal government. Nonetheless, despite ideological or intellectual critics and the lack of widespread coverage, the exhibition attracted large numbers of visitors, who were captivated by the elegant and stunning museography, the richness of the collection, as well as the symbolic content of some of the objects on display.

39. La recuperación de una visión espacio-temporal de la humanidad: la restauración de la Carta sincronológica de historia universal - Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía ENCRyM

40. Recuperando la memoria del centenario de la Independencia de México: la restauración de un recurso fotográfico - Guzmán Solano, María Estíbaliz; Díaz Cañas, Diana Lorena
In January 2009, the Conservation Workshop from the diploma course in Restoration and Conservation of Photographs at the Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía (encrym) and the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (inah) began the restoration of a collection of 32 photographs from the early 20th Century that currently belongs to Cenidiap-inba. The images show architectural and sculptural projects planned for the centennial celebrations of Mexico’s independence in 1910. For over 100 years these photographs were in the custody of different institutions and presented different degrees of deterioration. This article details the restoration process of 26 of the...

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