Humankind and Nature in other words:
Narratives and hermeneutics on Humankind and Nature in native peoples of South America.
Both nature and history of humanity constitute an axis on which different narratives revolve around. These narratives, which reflect the plurality of both historical spaces and anthropological times, not only problematize the hegemonic versions of such history (in relation to periodization, relevant facts and underlying presumptions) but also offer keys for reading critically the present.
This project seeks to register different narratives about the history of humankind and perspectives on nature, which have been preserved and reproduced by traditional indigenous authorities from South America, and to explore their implications for a critical interpretation of both the regional and global present.