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The "autonomus power" of University in Latinamerica: legitimacy and representation

Sat, May 26, 2:15 to 3:45pm, TBA

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The work is a part of long-term study about historical sociology of latin-american public universities. Is an essay making from a the analysis of institutional trajectories of Santo Domingo, San Marcos y Mexico, the most older universities of the region. The central idea is that the university histories as product of “autonomus power” building, as construction strong linked about relationships between political legitimacy and social representations. Through a classical and modern bibliographical review, is proposal of comparative model analysis, focus of institutional legitimacy sources (intellectual, social, political or historical), the discursive forms of representation (intense or diffuse), and the socio-historical trajectories in the colonial age.

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