Belén Hernando Lloréns
Playlist · by Belén Hernando Lloréns
8 episodes, 6 hours 30 mins
P. L. Caballero and A. Acevedo-Rodrigo, "Beyond Alterity: Destabilizing the Indigenous Other in Mexico" (U Arizona Press, 2018)
What happens when scholars approach the category of “indigenous” without presupposing its otherness? Edited by Paula López Caballero and Ariadna Acevedo-Rodrigo, Beyond Alterity: Destabilizing the Indigenous Other in Mexico (University of Arizona Press, 2018) is an interdisciplinary collection of essays that take such an approach to studying indigenous communities and the concept of indigeneity. As the editors explain in the podcast, the indigenous subject has been often assumed to be defined by difference, so scholars tend to overlook the existence of practices, ideas, and politics that do not align with preconceived, essentialized ideas about indigenous alterity. This book examines, on the one hand, the range of lived experiences within indigenous communities, and on the other, the ongoing construction of the category of “indigenous.” Its first section uncovers ways in which indigenous communities’ practices and politics were more similar to than distinct from those of their...
Daniel Nemser, "Infrastructures of Race: Concentration and Biopolitics in Colonial Mexico" (U Texas Press, 2017)
Daniel Nemser’s Infrastructures of Race: Concentration and Biopolitics in Colonial Mexico(University of Texas Press, 2017) examines the long history of how Spanish imperial rule depended upon spatial concentration – the gathering of people and things into centralized spaces – to control populations and consolidate power. Through four case studies spanning nearly 300 years of Spanish rule in colonial Mexico, Nemser illustrates how different modes of concentration -- centralized towns, disciplinary institutions, segregated neighborhoods, and general collections – reflected the prerogatives and imperatives of domination and expropriation. Compellingly, Infrastructures of Race argues that these spatial infrastructures and strategies were central and instrumental in the creation of racial identities and their inscription upon colonial subjects. Through designed and engineered spaces, racial identities were lived, sensed, and experienced, and as the built environment faded into barely...
Carolina Alonso Bejarano, "Decolonizing Ethnography: Undocumented Immigrants and New Directions in Social Science" (Duke UP, 2019)
Almost 30 years ago, following the lead of scholars and thinkers of color and from the global South, anthropologist Faye Harrison and some of her colleagues published Decolonizing Anthropology: Moving Further Toward an Anthropology of Liberation. Harrison asked her readers: "How can anthropological knowledge advance the interests of the world’s majority during this period of ongoing crisis and uncertainty?" The lives of many have become even more precarious in the ensuing decades, among them people who have emigrated to the United States in search of greater economic stability. Decolonizing Ethnography: Undocumented Immigrants and New Directions in Social Science (Duke University Press, 2019) responds directly to Harrison's call. The book explores ways in which ethnography, as practiced by people who have historically been objects of ethnographic study, can yield transformative and liberatory results. During former President Obama's second term, immigrant activists Lucía López Ju...
David Beer, “The Data Gaze: Capitalism, Power and Perception“ (Sage, 2019)
What is the social role of data? In The Data Gaze: Capitalism, Power and Perception (Sage, 2019), David Beer, a professor of sociology at the University of York, considers this question by introducing the concept of the data gaze. The book is the third in Beer’s loose trilogy of work on data. It draws on Foucault’s work in The Birth of the Clinic to think through various theoretical and empirical examples of how the data gaze functions. The book considers theories of temporality and acceleration, along with the practices of analysts, engineers, and organisations in data capitalism, with the aim of questioning the objectivity assumed to be inherent in ‘data’. It will be essential reading to anyone seeking to understand contemporary, data, society. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12: Your Relationship NEEDS To Change
Change can be scary and the fear of the unknown almost paralyzing. In today's episode we are breaking down the reasons why change is GOOD and necessary in relationships. If you are willing to embrace change you and your partner will come out on the other side stronger.
15: Habits For Relationship
In today's episode we are talking about building healthy habits in your relationship. Whether you like it or not, habits are controlling your life and if you can identify the good and the bad ones, it can change everything. We are sharing our 3 good habits and 1 bad habit that shows up in our marriage and hope this episode can help you identify a few of yours too! Join the #Last90Days - www.thechicsite.com/90days Follow Rachel on Instagram - www.instagram.com/MrsRachelHollis Follow Dave on Instagram - www.instagram.com/MrDaveHollis
17: How to Get in Shape as a Couple
This week on Rise Together we are joined by Anthony Trucks, a serial entrepreneur, international speaker, gym owner and the only NFL athlete to ever become a finalist on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior. Anthony, an orphan dumped into the foster care system at age 3, has risen above many challenges in his life using the discipline of physical fitness as a vehicle for building self worth and bringing value to family and community. We discuss ways that couples can pursue health regimes together and methods to overcome chronic start again, stop again gym habits. Follow Rachel Hollis on Instagram - www.instagram.com/MsRachelHollis Follow Dave Hollis on Instagram - www.instagram.com/MrDaveHollis Follow Anthony on Instagram - www.instagram.com/anthonytrucks and websites www.trustyourhustle.com, www.anthonytrucks.com and www.ownyourshift.net
16: Five Relationships You Need To Quit
This week we are diving into the 5 relationships that you need to quit. These may not all be with actual humans but maybe it's also your relationship with food or negativity. We invite you to join us in re-evaluating your relationships as they are the key to unlocking how you show up better for yourself and for your partner. Follow Rachel Hollis on Instagram - www.instagram.com/MsRachelHollis Follow Dave Hollis on Instagram - www.instagram.com/MrDaveHollis
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