Nostalgia. Territorio interior de disputa política

This book focuses on the recovery of the political sense of emotions, and in particular nostalgia, in the postmodern world, especially in the context of what has been called “cognitive capitalism” or “capitalism of emotion”. It is a challenging and risky bet, the attempt of a critical-categorical epistemic construction on the current forced migratory phenomena. In particular, the aim is to unveil the unconfirmed intimate fibers of the historical subjectivities immersed in the contemporary pathology of geographical mobility and to recover, above all, the political sense of nostalgia, from an angle of view that reveals the struggle – precisely political – that In this emotional field, a regulatory project and a liberation project are taking place. All this means, finally, a dispute between a systemic desire to submit emotionality to the logic of commodification, and a counter-will that aims and fights to preserve the human logic, resistant, resilient and rebellious, antisystemic of the emotional pluriverses that inhabit historical subjectivities.

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Description

Author: Giampietro Schibotto

ISBN: 978-607-98815-3-5

Coedition: IPECAL

Language: Spanish

Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches, 310 pages.

First Edition: 2020

Paperback:  Amazon.com

DOI: https://doi.org/10.47377/WTUG6059
About the Author:
Bachelor of Philosophy, Master and Doctor of Cultura y Pensamiento en América Latina at IPECAL of México. He has worked for many years in various Latin American countries, including Cuba, Peru and Colombia. Collaborator and coordinator of organized groups of working boys, girls and adolescents, he has studied various topics, particularly in relation to childhood and popular families. In the last decade he has devoted himself, with ipecal, to studies and research related to the thought of Hugo Zemelman. He works as a teacher-researcher at the Universidad del Externado de Colombia, in the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences. In this faculty he is a member of the CIDS (Center for Research on Social Dynamics) and director of the Research Area on Family, Childhood and Society Studies.