Las posibilidades de ‘materialidad’ en la escritura y la lectura de la historia

Palavras-chave: Experiência, Construtivismo, Recepção

Resumo

En este artículo investigo el rol de una clase particular de ‘materialidad’ que opera en la escritura y la lectura de la historia. Esto implica examinar los desafíos planteados a los enfoques constructivistas de la historia tanto por los argumentos del giro post-lingüístico sobre la presencia y la experiencia como por el denomindado post-narrativismo. El foco central será presentar un argumento para actualizar la teoría de la historia ‘narrativista’ o constructivista a fin de que esta pueda lidiar con esas preocupaciones recientes. Esto requiere dedicar mayor atención a las relaciones entre autor, texto y lector, particularmente respecto de los asuntos clave relativos a la realidad, la corporalidad (embodiment) y la inmersión. Para mostrar la utilidad del acercamiento a esas relaciones en términos de ‘materialidad’, considero tres preguntas que apuntan a iluminar el acto de equilibrarentre referencialidad e invención performado en la escritura de la historia como género: ¿cómo puede el lenguaje ‘corporizar’ (embody) la realidad? ¿Cómo pueden los textos referenciales codificar la realidad? Y ¿cómo podríamos leer los textos referenciales, específicamente con respecto a la realidad?

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2019-12-22
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PIHLAINEN, K. Las posibilidades de ‘materialidad’ en la escritura y la lectura de la historia. História da Historiografia: International Journal of Theory and History of Historiography, v. 12, n. 31, p. 47-81, 22 dez. 2019.
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