Pasado y presente en la resistencia de los pueblos originarios de Norteamerica

  • Juan Alberto Bozza Instituto de Investigaciones en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, (Argentina)

Resumen

Este artículo analiza la vinculación entre la acción colectiva de las naciones originarias de Norteamérica y la revisión crítica del pasado americano. Describe el enfoque estigmatizador proyectado por la historiografía decimonónica hasta bien avanzado el siglo XX. Considera al movimiento por los derechos civiles de los años sesenta como la etapa matricial de la conciencia  histórica india. Destaca el rol de las organizaciones militantes nativas que, fundadas en una visión alternativa y crítica del pasado, llevaron a cabo un conjunto de iniciativas encaminadas a la emancipación y autogobierno de los pueblos ancestrales. Estas acciones fueron decisivas para la construcción de una memoria de la resistencia de los pueblos nativos de Norteamérica.

Palabras clave:

Naciones Originarias, Estados Unidos, Historiografía, Acción colectiva

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2020-12-01
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Bozza, J. A. (2020). Pasado y presente en la resistencia de los pueblos originarios de Norteamerica. Aletheia, 11(21), e072. https://doi.org/10.24215/18533701e072
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