By Henry Stobart
The purpose of this publication is to discover the present examine into the ways that Andean peoples create, transmit, keep and remodel their wisdom in culturally major methods, and the way tactics of training and studying relate to those. The contributions, from eminent researchers in anthropology, sociology, cultural experiences and linguistics, comprise cross-disciplinary methods, and canopy a various geographic quarter from Ecuador to Peru, Bolivia and northerly Chile. The case experiences give some thought to the variously harmonious and conflictive relationships among wisdom, energy, communicative media and cultural identities in Andean societies, from inside neighborhood, nationwide and worldwide views.
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My question will be whether the proposed concept of the ‘colonisation of knowledge’ – that is, the political, social and cultural undermining of yachay as an outcome of European conquest – ﬁnds expression in the theme and the text of the play. Before moving on to that analysis, however, I wish further to substantiate this key concept of ‘colonisation of knowledge’. The arrival of book-learning in the Andes, as a consequence of European colonisation, had an eﬀect on commonly held ideas about the status of certain sources of knowledge relative to others.
16 For present purposes, his study usefully highlights the enigmatic status of this text as an expression of ‘knowledge’ about Andean history, from the dual point of view of its linguistic form and its ideological content. However, the issue of authorship, which preoccupies Itier, is crucially distinct from the issue of ownership, and it is ownership that should perhaps most concern us here. A study of Lara’s Tragedia leads us to ask questions about the ownership of knowledge, the ownership of language, and the ownership of history itself, relative to the Andean case.
Actores de altura. Ensayos sobre el teatro popular andino. Lima: Editorial Horizonte. Montoya, Rodrigo. . ‘El teatro quechua como lugar de reﬂexión sobre la historia y la política’. Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana (): –. Ossio, Juan. . ‘Nota sobre el Coloquio Internacional “Guaman Poma de Ayala y Blas Valera: tradición andina e historia colonial”. Instituto Italo Latinoamericano Roma, – de setiembre de ’. Colonial Latin American Review (): 113–16. Platt, Tristan.
Knowledge and Learning in the Andes: Ethnographic Perspectives (Liverpool University Press - Liverpool Latin American Studies) by Henry Stobart