Experiencias indígenas caribeñas de movimiento de borrado, memoria y conocimiento

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Erica Neeganagwedgin

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El mundo caribeño ha experimentado un proceso de siglos de expansión europea en sus territorios. Este artículo describe el impacto dramático y la interrupción debido a la colonización y el imperialismo, y las formas en que estos sistemas entrelazados han dado forma a la comprensión del mundo taíno contemporáneo. Examina lo que significa recordar a nuestros antepasados taínos, sus historias que persisten y están in- crustadas en el tejido y el paisaje de las memorias caribeñas cotidianas, su cultura y sus formas de vida que impregnan muchos nombres, lugares y tierras caribeños. Este artículo examina, además, el discurso de la memoria y el conocimiento como formas y actuaciones de la presencia taína encarnada y la vida contemporánea.

Palabras clave:
Taíno, Caribe Indígena, Soberanía, Autodeterminación, Historia Taino Caribbean Indigenous, Sovereignty, Self Determination, History, Taíno, Caribbean Indigenous

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