Elisa Loncón

Elisa Loncón
University of Santiago, Chile | USACH · Departamento de Educación

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Introduction
Elisa Loncón currently works at the Departamento de Educación, University of Santiago, Chile. Elisa does research in Syntax, Sociolinguistics and Morphology. Their most recent publication is 'Educación mapuche y Educación Escolar En la araucanía: ¿doble racionalidad Educativa?'. and, El poder Creativo del mapuzugun y la formación de neologismos

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In this paper, we dialogue about the processes of knowledge construction that work through and disrupt academic regulations. As feminist, Indigenous, and non-Indigenous Latinx scholars, we build on the reflections stemming from our research of Mapuche women’s biographies of schooling. We focus on three tensions of knowledge production within and be...
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In this article, we reflect on a research method we called Circulo Domoche, part of a larger research project on the histories of schooling of Mapuche women in Chile in a context of continual violence against Indigenous people. It originates in the personal experience of the researchers with Chilean schooling and our academic work on education. We...
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Artículo publicado en el nº 3 de la Revista Cambalache (revista de divulgación de las ciencias, VIME - Usach). La primera parte del artículo se titula "Miradas Ancestrales" y la segunda parte "El Sol y los eclipses en la cultura Mapuche".
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The result of the plebiscite of October 25, 2020, in which the ‘apruebo’ option prevailed by a surprisingly wide margin, has led Chile into a democratic process that will lead to a new political constitution for the country. In the demonstrations that led to this plebiscite, one of the most repeated demands was related to the constitutional recogni...
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«Con el objetivo de complejizar las miradas, este libro recoge las interpretaciones y contribuir a la tensión creativa inaugurada a partir de octubre de 2019. El estallido social develó lo frágil que era el “modelo de desarrollo chileno” que descendió la pobreza a costa de incrementar la desigualdad en la distribución de ingresos. En otra arista po...
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El tiempo no es lo que marcan las manecillas del reloj ni existe un sólo concepto de tiempo, el tiempo lineal, como lo impone la cultura dominante; hay diferentes nociones según sea la filosofía del pueblo. En la cultura mapuche el tiempo es cíclico y éste está determinado por los ciclos de la naturaleza; el presente es la vida con la naturaleza po...
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This paper presents the work of three researchers in a self-study on researcher positionality using the reflective practice and pedagogy of correspondence as preparation for future work with mapuche women in Chile. We start from the assumption that research with and on indigenous groups has a historical debt to consider given the ways in which it h...
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El racismo en Chile tiene varios rostros; uno casi no se ve, actúa silenciosamente en la cultura, y el otro es físico, frontal, suele verse en la prensa, como lo que ocurre con las hortaliceras mapuche1 que a diario defienden su derecho a vender sus productos agrícolas en las calles de Temuco, mientras son hostigadas por la policía que destruye sus...
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This article is focused on the process of formation of spontaneous neologisms arisen in context of education-learning of mapuzugun. For it, there were analyzed translations and textual productions elaborated in group by native speakers who reside in Santiago of Chile and who are students at courses of mapuche language. From the mentioned sources, t...
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Este artículo tiene como objetivo determinar el proceso de formación de neologismosespontáneos surgidos en contexto de enseñanza-aprendizaje de mapuzugun. Para ello,se analizaron traducciones y producciones textuales elaboradas en grupo por hablantesnativos que residen en Santiago de Chile y que asisten a cursos de lengua mapuche. De lasfuentes men...
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The authors have engaged in reflexive inquiry about the lexical creation alongside or the neology creation of the Mapuche language and its transposition within the realm of teaching/learning of this indigenous language in an urban context. The present use of Mapudungun in diverse contemporary environments but, most of all, its return to the academi...
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In this theoretical article we reflect on the challenge of checking the frameworks related to the emotional education that need to recognize and identify the variations of the social and cultural problems associated with the mapuche family education as core of the own emotional formation. We start with a reconsideration of the emotional dimension o...
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This article discusses the social construction of a double rationality in the Mapuche educational knowledge. The framework refers to an epistemic base of the Mapuche educational knowledge and the notion of the relation to knowledge in which the equation embodied past and present action context equals observable practices. The methodology raises an...
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In this theoretical article we reflect on the challenge of checking the frameworks related to the emotional education that need to recognize and identify the variations of the social and cultural problems associated with the mapuche family education as core of the own emotional formation. We start with a reconsideration of the emotional dimension o...
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ResumenLONCON ANTILEO, Elisa. LA DERIVACIÓN Y EL CAMBIO DE CLASES DE PALABRAS EN EL MAPUDUNGUN. Lit. lingüíst. [online]. 2013, n.27, pp. 153-170. ISSN 0716-5811. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0716-58112013000100009.En este estudio se analiza el proceso de cambio de clases de palabras en el mapudungun a través del procedimiento de derivación, procedimi...
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This study examines the active and productive process of word classes changing in Mapudungun through derivation processes; that word formation process consists of a verbal lexeme, noun, adjective, or adverb linked to a derivational suffix. This is a descriptive study which follows the typological perspective of word class formation. The hypothesis...
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This study examines the active and productive process of word classes changing in Mapudungun through derivation processes; that word formation process consists of a verbal lexeme, noun, adjective, or adverb linked to a derivational suffix. This is a descriptive study which follows the typological perspective of word class formation. The hypothesis...
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This study analyzes word classes changes process in Mapudungun through derivation, from the typological perspective of word class formation (Aikhenvald, 2007). Words, in the Mapuche language, use certain morphological and syntactic processes that make possible word class changes, in either of three ways: the intervention of a derivational suffix, b...
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This study analyzes word classes changes process in Mapudungun through derivation, from the typological perspective of word class formation (Aikhenvald, 2007). Words, in the Mapuche language, use certain morphological and syntactic processes that make possible word class changes, in either of three ways: the intervention of a derivational suffix, b...
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Se revisa brevemente la "castellanización" en la educación indígena en México durante los últimos 25 años, que no ha cumplido con sus promesas de enseñar con eficiencia la lengua nacional. En la mayoría de las escuelas de este sistema continúa una práctica de transición rápida al español que contribuye a desplazar las lenguas indígenas, a pesar de...

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writing articles about philosophical concepts in aboriginal language (Mapuzugun) to anilize world view, way of thinking of mapuche people.