Mariman Quemenado, Pablo
Datos de publicación:
ESTUDIOS INTERCULTURALES DESDE EL SUR,Vol.,151-161,2021
This paper summarizes part of the historiographic intellectual production of the Mapuche through some works of their recent history. The act of thinking and writing about the past from individual authorship inscribed in collective works has been a constant since the eighties and up to the present. These practices unravel passages of past and contemporary history, the latter stage considered fundamental to understand the colonial phenomenon that involves the relationship with the state and the Chilean society, also outline a Mapuche subject, who has made for some time now, not only the transition from an oral culture to a written one, but the appropriation and reorientation of the same after a collective and intergenerational purpose.