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The first issue of this year's edition reflects the diversity of historical problems that, each with its methodologies, is stressing the academic debate.
Volume:
25
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The Editorial Team of the journal Historia Social y de las Mentalidades dedicates this issue Vol. 24 Nº 2 (2020), made up of articles with open themes, as a recognition of all the professionals who have participated in all the first lines that the pandemic demands of us today.
Volume:
24
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The archives have become more relevant in recent years, as they are no longer considered neutral repositories of information concerning the past. They have become a battleground for the contemporary world since their collections protect documents produced by state institutions, which citizens demand to challenge their predominance and the legitimacy of their actions over the social whole. Today, new conceptions have appeared about them, allowing institutions and social groups to develop a greater awareness of the vestiges of their daily activity - and the consequent extension of the concept of a document to non-written media - together with the gradual development of strategies and tools for their socialization and appropriation, opening the doors of premises previously reserved for specialists, either really or symbolically. In this sense, this dossier seeks to promote reflection and debate on the importance and meaning that archives give to current historiographic practice. Cover photo: Courtesy of Archivo Central Andrés Bello, Universidad de Chile.
Volume:
24
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The interest that the different migratory processes of which the world has witnessed has generated is no stranger to anyone. This dossier seeks to open the debate on the subject by analyzing how the circulation of large human flows around the world, produce different social, cultural, political and economic effects, which affect the way in which states (hospitality policies, international treaties, policies of labor insertion, border closures, etc.) and citizens (nationalisms, racism, social assistance organizations, etc.) address the issue.
Volume:
23
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This dossier proposes reflecting and rethinking both the importance and scope of the social and student movements that gave life to the phenomenon known as global 68, delving into the connection that existed between the different scenarios that gave life to a revolutionary atmosphere whose event continues to be great importance today.
Volume:
23
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This issue shows how the transition has become an object and field of study in both the Southern Cone and Spain. Based on different analytical perspectives from the humanities and the social sciences, the researchers who make up this dossier discuss and debate the complexity that has meant addressing these processes.
Volume:
22
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This issue reflects on the ideas of circulation and transnationality by studying how different processes of interaction between actors and their outcome have been constituted and produced, and not as a characteristic or pre-existing attribute of these relationships.
Volume:
22