A partilha do Sensível em lugares liminares: Visibilidades e invisibilidades da memória

Translated title of the contribution: The sharing of the sensible in liminar places: Visibilities and invisibilities of memory

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Abstract

La creación de lugares y actividades culturales dedicadas al poeta Miguel Hernández en la frontera hispano-portuguesa configura una «comunidad compartida» (Rancière, 2005) que está relacionada con la producción de un público, que se define por la precepción y la expresión verbal de injusticias atroces, al que el poeta sirve de interlocutor. En este texto exploro las formas de consenso y disenso expresadas en procesos de subjetivación política, especialmente lo que significa ser interlocutor en un mundo común, teniendo en cuenta que el poder de la ejemplaridad política alcanzada por las prácticas artísticas, en detrimento de las narrativas de la experiencia y de los discursos históricos en general, parece indicar que es en el terreno estético donde continúa una batalla anteriormente centrada en las ilusiones y desilusiones de la historia.

The creation of places and cultural activities dedicated to the poet Miguel Hernández, in the Portuguese-Spanish border, constitutes a «community of sharing» (Rancière, 2005) which involved the production of a public defined by the perception and appointment of atrocious injustices, to which the poet serves as interlocutor. In this text I question the forms of consensus and dissent expressed in processes of political subjectification, what it means to be interlocutors in a common world, considering that the power of political exemplarity achieved by artistic practices, to the detriment of narratives of experience and historical discourses in general, seem to indicate that it is in the aesthetic terrain that a battle is pursued one that had been previously focused on the illusions and delusions of history.
Translated title of the contributionThe sharing of the sensible in liminar places: Visibilities and invisibilities of memory
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)91-112
Number of pages22
JournalEndoxa
Issue number44
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Anthropology
  • History
  • Iberian dictatorships
  • Political uses of memory
  • Portuguese-Spanish border
  • Spanish civil war

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