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Ivette Hernández-Santibañez https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8695-9102

Resumen

Este artículo explora la construcción de una identidad académica activista como un tercer espacio crítico-reflexivo. Un tercer espacio resulta clave para reimaginar una identidad académica activista más allá de una relación asimétrica con lo subalterno. Políticas de afinidad y solidaridades situadas reorientan esta relación, que desdibuja la división entre el conocimiento teórico y el conocimiento empírico con y sobre los movimientos sociales. Este artículo reflexiona sobre la producción de una identidad académica activista como tercer espacio, a partir del estudio sobre el movimiento estudiantil chileno, y considera las potencialidades, límites y desafíos de esta identidad como práctica de transformación colectiva.

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Keywords

Identidad, movimiento social, ciencias sociales, tercer espacio, activismo

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Hernández-Santibañez, I. (2018). Un tercer espacio crítico-reflexivo: sobre la identidad académica activista. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 11(22), 99-112. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.m11-22.tecr
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