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Memoria americana

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VAZQUEZ, Federico Ignacio. Territoriality and social reproduction: The tinogasta in Belen, Catamarca. 18th century. Mem. am. [online]. 2011, n.19-1, pp. 00-00. ISSN 1851-3751.

This paper analyzes the practices of territorialization deployed by the Tinogasta in Belen through the 18th century. It will analyze how, through colonial legal mechanisms, the Tinogasta looked for "re-territorialize" their space in order to rebuild their conditions of social reproduction. We intend to observe how some Indian populations implemented multiple resistance, negotiation and/or alliance strategies against diverse domination practices in order to reinterpret -and operate on- the colonial reality. Then, far from being mere passive spectators of their dominance they became agents of their own social reproduction in an asymmetrical context.

Keywords : Territory; Social reproduction; Colonial Tucumán.

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