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CULTURE, SOCIETY AND NEW LATIN AMERICAN SCENARIES

ACTUALIZATION SEMINAR

Culture, Society and New Latin American Scenaries

The present Seminar offers a variety of courses on current topics that, from a comparative perspective, allow to put in dialogue certain phenomena and contemporary problems in the Latin American context.

El cupo mínimo para abrir cada curso es de 10 alumnos

February 14th through February 24th

The course proposes an updated analysis on the situation of sexual and reproductive rights in Latin America, from a socio-historical perspective that shows the role played by churches and other para-church institutions (federations, NGOs, universities, think tanks), especially Catholic and evangelical, as actors of lobbying and advocacy in the debates and developments of sexuality and reproduction policies. At the same time, we study the dynamics of religious pluralism at the social level and the interpellation proposed by New Age culture and new spiritualities to politics, gender relations and sexualities.

Docentes: Karina Felitti y Daniel Jones View Syllabus
The idea (the principle) of interdiscipline, as an innovation of the epistemological framework to investigate, knows and defines complex real-life problems. The proposal of intersectorality, as an indispensable action for the rationality of public administration decisions, often wrecks in its trials; do not exceed the experimental phase, are not located in their historical context.

Docentes: Hector Poggiese, Nora Elichiry y Ricardo Muir View Syllabus
When are we citizens on foot and when are we performatic citizens? What is there in Latin American culture that generates a particular and idiosyncratic way of production in the sphere of the Arts? Do the Arts bring us closer to the recognition of the social question? Are the hegemonic discourses representatives of our life or are they inputs for artistic creation? This seminar aims to investigate the culture of Latin American society in its “ethno-scenologycal” perspective. To inquire about our society and the performing arts, what belongs to us and what does not belong to us. The particular alchemical formulas (misunderstandings and "erroneous readings" through), through which we re-standardize and refunctionalize the materials that come from other places, especially from the hegemonic centers of the arts and culture. How we work and how we react to these varied social, cultural, political, philosophical stimuli. We understand the cultural products and especially the aesthetic productions as epistemological and socio-cultural metaphors that allow us to perceive, in their sensitive concretion, and to investigate the problems and conflicts of our particular situation first, in the Latin American context and in the conflictive world context of the present, after. The heuristic tools that will allow us to carry out this inquiry come from the sociology of theater, ethnoescenology and theatrical anthropology. The course aims at the analysis and recognition of the performing arts as a tool for visibility and transformation of the social question in Latin American socio-political and cultural settings.

Docentes: Estela Castronuovo View Syllabus
Throughout the course, different topics will be addressed in the sociology of education, social structure and the labor market as well as the readings on the link between education and work. The first block is composed of the first two classes of the seminar, it will focus on the themes of social structure and education from the debate proposed by some theorists of the sociology of education. We will work on conceptual aspects of the sociology of education and discuss debates on the link education and work taking into account recent research and productions. Finally, in a second block, composed of the last three classes, the relationship between education and work will be approached by linking them with labor market analysis, economic performance and their impact on the living conditions of the population, retaking classical and contemporary authors. Throughout the course, special emphasis will be given to texts that promote critical thinking in the direction of a plural interpretive model that integrates new epistemological frameworks developed in the so-called "global south" and a Latin American perspective.

Docentes: Ana Miranda y Agustina Corica View Syllabus
Considering the study of the life of human beings located in historical time and place, crossed by the timing of life, the interdependence of trajectories and interaction with historical and social context; the life course paradigm encompasses individual development in changing social, cultural, and historical contexts. It focuses on individual life trajectories, as well as on the racing of individuals, through their lives with those of the family and the world of work. This perspective provides an understanding of the location of cohorts in their respective historical contexts. Specifically, the course of life allows researchers to understand historical circumstances, which have affected the lives of members of different cohorts and helps to explain diversity in the construction of old “oldness”. On this paradigm, exemplified by the analysis of specific scientific researches, the present course will be developed.

We will count on the presence of Dr. Fernando Rada Schultze who will develop the theme of gender diversity in the course of life.

Docentes: Julieta Oddone, Gustavo Mariluz y Paula Pochintesta View Syllabus
The course proposes a look at the situation of human rights in the region, its historical perspective and the action of different social movements in relation to them. For this purpose, we´ll analyze: 1) theoretical and administrative components of the current Human Rights System, 2) historical processes of violation of human rights (through colonialism, dependency, military dictatorships and neoliberal policies); 3) movements and organizations that fought (and fight) for historical reparation and respect for human rights in all its facets; 4) the specific situation of Rights related to land, labor, health, ages, ethnicity, gender and sexualities 5) the possibilities of a proper look and a harmonious integral development for the well-being of the people ("good living").

Docentes: Daniel Giorgetti View Syllabus
This course aims to provide the methodological tools necessary to analyze migration processes that took place in Latin America. Considering that cultural plurality-based immigration is a contentious issue and not yet settled, the concepts of "cultural diversity", "multiculturalism" and "interculturalism" will be discussed. The analysis of immigration cases in Argentina will also take place.

Docentes: Fernando Fischman View Syllabus


29 de Febrero al 11 de Marzo

Este seminario tiene por objetivo analizar una serie de representaciones literarias y cinematográficas latinoamericanas de las últimas décadas que, por distintas vías, escapan al clisé de “lo latinoamericano”. Se abordarán discursos disonantes con la mitología que esquematiza –y neutraliza– la diversidad cultural latinoamericana reduciéndola al espacio de lo mágico y salvaje. A partir de dichos discursos y de la apertura de un espacio de debate se propone repensar la dicotomía entre lo local y lo global.

Docentes: Hernan Sassi y Hernan Ronsino Ver programa
Este curso propone un abordaje interdisciplinario que permita discutir los sentidos actuales de la escuela secundaria y su vinculación con otros sistemas que regulan la vida colectiva e institucional. El programa se centra en aquellos puntos comunes a los campos de la educación y la salud.

Docente: Dora Niedzwiecki y Fernando Zingman Ver programa
El curso propone a través de un análisis comparado abordar los alcances de la cooperación regional en las agendas de integración económica, política y social de los países que componen el MERCOSUR. Asimismo pretende identificar los principales problemas presentados en las agendas gubernamentales y los avances y desafíos para la creación de instituciones y la participación de actores no gubernamentales de alcance regional.

Docente: Mercedes Botto Ver programa
En este curso se pretende analizar las representaciones sociales e ideológicas que subyacen en diferentes discursos sobre el español como lengua extranjera y su enseñanza/aprendizaje. A su vez busca reflexionar desde una mirada crítica las implicaciones de la certificación de lenguas extranjeras.

Docente:Vera Cerqueiras,Ma. Laura Lanzoni y Gabriela Lapalma Ver programa
February 14th O 2018

MODALIDAD
Presencial

LOCATION
Ayacucho 555 - C.A.B.A.

Inscripción online
The actualization seminar on CULTURE, SOCIETY AND NEW LATIN AMERICAN SCENARIES includes an academic offering that responds to the proposed theme within which students must choose two courses according to their interests and needs. The seminar has a total workload of 36 hours comprising of two courses of 18 hours. Each course has its own assessment.

The certificate is delivered by the Actualization Seminar on CULTURE, SOCIETY AND NEW LATIN AMERICAN SCENARIES.



In the Courses tab corresponding to each seminar there is a detailed description of each course so that each student may choose those that are of most interest.

The course is to be completed in person and in Spanish.
February 14th 2018

MODALIDAD
Presencial

LOCATION
Ayacucho 555 - C.A.B.A.

Inscripción online

Del 15 al 26 de Febrero 2016

HorarioLUN 12MAR 13MIE 14JUE 15VIE 16SAB 17LUN 19MAR 20MIE 21JUE 22VIE 23SAB 24
MAÑANA9.30 a 12.30hs - Escuela secundaria y políticas de cuidado.

10 a 13hs - Diversidad cultural y migración en clave comparada
9.30 a 12.30hs - Escuela secundaria y políticas de cuidado.9 a 12hs - Español como lengua de herencia

9.30 a 12.30hs - Escuela secundaria y políticas de cuidado

10 a 13hs - Diversidad cultural y migración en clave comparada
9 a 12hs - Español como lengua de herencia

9.30 a 12.30hs - Escuela secundaria y políticas de cuidado

10 a 13hs - Diversidad cultural y migración en clave comparada
9 a 12hs - Español como lengua de herencia

9.30 a 12.30hs - Escuela secundaria y políticas de cuidado
9.30 a 12.30hs - Escuela secundaria y políticas de cuidado.

10 a 13hs - Diversidad cultural y migración en clave comparada
9 a 12hs - Español como lengua de herencia9 a 12hs - Español como lengua de herencia

10 a 13hs - Diversidad cultural y migración en clave comparada
9 a 12hs - Español como lengua de herencia

10 a 13hs - Diversidad cultural y migración en clave comparada
Talleres académicos
TARDE14 a 17hs - Situación y protagonismo de las mujeres en Argentina: actores, temáticas y agendas14 a 17hs -Comunicación y cultura14 a 17hs - Situación y protagonismo de las mujeres en Argentina: actores, temáticas y agendas

14 a 17hs -Comunicación y cultura
14 a 17hs - Situación y protagonismo de las mujeres en Argentina: actores, temáticas y agendas

14 a 17hs -Comunicación y cultura
14 a 17hs - Situación y protagonismo de las mujeres en Argentina: actores, temáticas y agendas14 a 17hs -Comunicación y cultura14 a 17hs - Situación y protagonismo de las mujeres en Argentina: actores, temáticas y agendas

14 a 17hs -Comunicación y cultura
14 a 17hs - Situación y protagonismo de las mujeres en Argentina: actores, temáticas y agendas

14 a 17hs -Comunicación y cultura
Paneles de invitados
NOCHEPaneles de invitados

Del 29 de Febrero al 11 de Marzo 2016

HorarioLUN 29MAR 1MIE 2JUE 3VIE 4SAB 5LUN 7MAR 8MIE 9JUE 10VIE 11SAB 12
MAÑANA10 a 13hs - Representaciones sociales y culturas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ELE

11 a 14hs - Cine y literatura latinoamericana
10 a 13hs - Representaciones sociales y culturas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ELE10 a 13hs - Representaciones sociales y culturas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ELE

11 a 14hs - Cine y literatura latinoamericana
11 a 14hs - Cine y literatura latinoamericana10 a 13hs - Representaciones sociales y culturas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ELE

11 a 14hs - Cine y literatura latinoamericana
10 a 13hs - Representaciones sociales y culturas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ELE10 a 13hs - Representaciones sociales y culturas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ELE

11 a 14hs - Cine y literatura latinoamericana
11 a 14hs - Cine y literatura latinoamericanaTalleres académicos
TARDE14 a 17hs - Integración regional y Políticas públicas: los alcances del MERCOSUR14 a 17hs - Integración regional y Políticas públicas: los alcances del MERCOSUR14 a 17hs - Integración regional y Políticas públicas: los alcances del MERCOSUR14 a 17hs - Integración regional y Políticas públicas: los alcances del MERCOSUR14 a 17hs - Integración regional y Políticas públicas: los alcances del MERCOSUR14 a 17hs - Integración regional y Políticas públicas: los alcances del MERCOSURPaneles de invitados
NOCHEPaneles de invitados

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