Escuchar a los objetos

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3989/dra.2021.005

Palabras clave:

Narrativa, Materialidad, Objeto, Relatos, Vida cotidiana, Intimidad

Resumen


Esta sección experimental incluye algunas partes del evento performativo “La materialidad de las transformaciones: escuchar a los objetos”, que clausuró el XIV congreso de SIEF celebrado en Santiago de Compostela en 2019. Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Regina Bendix, Dorothy Noyes, Sharon Roseman y Francisco Cruces conversaron sobre los significados culturales de una selección de objetos personales. Al desvelar las historias contenidas en mezuzahs, cabello, una fuente o un chal, se puso a prueba el poder metodológico del par objeto / historia, los beneficios de articular la narratividad con la materialidad y el silencioso poder de las cosas en la vida cotidiana. Se destacó el carácter incorporado de la narración y algunas de sus virtudes afectivas, morales y celebratorias. Este evento performativo se puede ver en <https://vimeo.com/362078953> from minute 00:52:50 to 01:31:00.

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Publicado

2021-07-27

Cómo citar

Bendix, R. F. ., Noyes, D. ., Roseman, S. R. ., & Cruces, F. . (2021). Escuchar a los objetos. Disparidades. Revista De Antropología, 76(1), e005. https://doi.org/10.3989/dra.2021.005

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