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CANALES TAPIA, Pedro; URRUTIA LEIVA, Marie Juliette  e  ESCUDERO QUIROZ, Filip. Violence and Theory Pending Dialogues in the Colonial Context of the Mapuche People. Izquierdas (Santiago) [online]. 2019, n.46, pp.218-234. ISSN 0718-5049.

The following work is an analytical effort that combines the debates about subaltern studies in Latin America, with the Mapuche historical situation from a milestone that "threatened" the Mapuche people since 1979 in Chile. Based on a reflection of double entry, we will delve into the elements that make up a picture of political violence in Araucanía from 1997 onwards. For this we link the discussion of subaltern studies with the recent Mapuche situation. We argue that colonialism creates racialized subaltern subjects, based on material conditions that allow this imperative to be installed with force. Thus violence becomes habitual, from a dominant / dominated logic; colonizer / colonized.

Palavras-chave : Subaltern Studies; Colonialism; Subalternity; Mapuche people.

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