El lado oscuro de la nación. ¿Se puede descolonizar la identidad española?
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Hernández, Roberto Gil
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019
The Spanish identity not only implies the definition of what We are, but also of what We lack, the part obviated by its authoritative narratives recurrently. The purpose of this deliberate totalization exercise has always been the same: to reproduce the hegemony of its ruling elites. This has happened since the beginning of the Atlantic expansion of the Spanish colonial empire, during the pioneer articulation of the country according to the liberal program, with its first great crisis and nationalist resurrection, and also at the present moment of neoliberal democratic normalization. In this article, I will try to verify the existence of this exclusion around these four waves of identity construction in the last six centuries, explaining the need to analyze this process through the criticism established by the Decolonial Thought, Post-structuralist Theories and Lacanian Psychoanalysis.

    Hernández, Roberto Gil. El lado oscuro de la nación. ¿Se puede descolonizar la identidad española?. En: Kamchatka: revista de análisis cultural, 13 2019: 535-560

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