MODALITIES OF PARTICIPATION 

The Congress proposes diverse modalities of participation: conferences, individual communications, thematic panels, workshops, convections, artistic expressions, exhibitions and bar conferences. 

TIMETABLE OF THE CALL 


THEMATIC AREAS 

The proposal of thematic areas does not intend to restrict the discussion topics but to propose some possible lines of debate, the final composition of these will be based on the papers presented to the congress. 

Thematic Area 1. Ancestral, Afro-Latin American, Afro-Caribbean and Mesoamerican knowledge: revitalization and exchange. Coordinator: Mg. Jorge Iván Jaramillo Hincapié (Colombia)

Description: In these moments in Latin America it is necessary to decentralize from the hegemonic discourses and turn our gaze towards peoples, communities, organizations, collective actions and movements that have been relegated for time immemorial, to which the time of reparations has not yet arrived. historical (ethno reparations, Afro-reparations), and they are still in the last line of officialdom, when we know that on a daily basis they produce other speeches, other ways of naming and meaning their own practices. It is from these ways of feeling, resenting, rethinking, resignifying, in which this thematic table is located and in which we want to bring to the debate Latin American experiences, works, speeches, oratory, walks and walks, that allow us to recompose this cracked continent.

Thematic Area 2. Manifestations of art - literature as territories defense devices (painting, sculpture, ceramics, weaving, music, photography, theater, dance, etc). Coordinators: Dr. Donny Brito May - Intercultural University of Quintana Roo., Dr. Juan G. Sánchez Martínez - University of North Carolina Asheville

Description: Large-scale mining, agricultural exploitation, the oil industry, hydroelectric dams, among others, are the cause of major environmental, social, political and cultural changes in Latin America and Abya Yala. The activity of these economic sectors has confronted different indigenous nations and peasant and afro-descendant communities with the governments of the countries where their territories are located and the transnational companies that operate there. Numerous plastic and visual artists, writers and intellectuals have denounced the negative impacts that the exploitation of minerals, forests, bodies of water and hydrocarbons has caused in their territories. His work shows that the forced displacement of entire communities, the systematic murder of environmental activists and the destruction of nature are the result of these economic activities. In order to build bridges between agendas that seem irreconcilable, we invite researchers, academics, writers and multidisciplinary artists to share their work and reflect on this thematic area.

Thematic Area 3. Places and practices of memory: Libraries, Museums, Archives, readings, writings and oralities from Abya Yala, a dialogue with Information Science. Coordination: Dr. Natalia Duque Cardona (Colombia), Libraries A La Calle Collective (Colombia).

Description: This table will reflect on the understanding of places of memory such as: libraries, museums and archives through the dialogue of knowledge and interdisciplinary relations between cultural studies, sociology, anthropology, political science and Information Science . It is constituted as a dissenting and counterhegemonic space of dissertation, reflection and analysis regarding the place of the library as a space of memory, resistance and re-existence in the Latin American context, for which it resorts to an intercultural analytical framework that proposes the understanding of the institution as a cultural device in search of the recovery of social and historical memory in a Latin American perspective, which implies the recognition of a history of libraries narrated from the West in debate with an untold history of recording information and reading practices, writing and orality of native cultures of Latin America. And the development of this space of memory as a cultural device that underlies political discourses that can be constituted as alternatives to the conformation of good living.

Thematic Area 4. Literatures of decolonization as a practice of recovering ancestral, Afro-Latin American, Afro-Caribbean and Mesoamerican cultural identities in film, plastic arts, music, theater, photography, and digital media. Coordinates: Dr. Luis Arévalo (Canada).

Description: Papers that explore cultural practices that recover, preserve or renew the cultural identities noted in the title of the table or offer new possibilities of expression for the future will be included. Preference will be given to the papers that examine the symbolic universes, traditions, ways of being in the world, technologies, knowledge, etc. that allow the practitioners of ancestral, Afro-Latin American, Afro-Caribbean, and Mesoamerican cultural identities to extend, strengthen, recover, reestablish the function of structuring element, universe of meaning, measure of rationality of daily activities in the societies in which they operate. cultural identities.

Thematic Area 5. Educational Management from the perspective of Interculturality: problems and development challenges of school organizations and Educational Systems. Coordinated by: Dr. Jorge Oswaldo Sanchez Buitrago (Colombia), GEPET (Transformative Pedagogical Management Research Group) of Universidad del Magdalena (Colombia), Teresa Meléndez (Mexico), Isidro Navarro

Description: This thematic area, focuses its academic discussions and discursive productions in the field of four topics: Administration and development of educational systems; Quality assurance in educational organizations; Management of educational organizations and learning organizations and communities; all of them addressed and interpellated from the perspective of interculturality. The educational management understood as a pedagogical issue, implicitly brings the particularity of being a comprehensive and transformative praxis of organizations and educational systems. Educational management from the perspective of the pedagogical makes possible the resignification of educational practices, thus contributing to the genesis of praxis that are coherent with the educational realities and that contribute to the construction of the desired educational quality; in this case from the horizon and the imperatives of interculturality. In this context, pedagogical management goes beyond the scope of school management and locates this practice in multiple scenarios and educational contexts, in different learning ecosystems. Educational management, thought from the pedagogical, assumes organizations and educational systems as social constructions and, consequently, as intercultural organizations.

SHIPPING RULES

Guidelines for the submission of proposals:

  • The official languages ​​of the event are Spanish, Portuguese and English, exceptions being accepted, at the discretion of the Organizing Committee.
  • The complete works accepted by the Evaluating Committee will be presented and must be, unrestrictedly, linked to one of the thematic tables mentioned above.
  • The link to a thematic line must be indicated at the beginning of the submitted text, being the responsibility of the author and / co-authors of the submitted work.
  • Non-compliance with the above requirements implies that the work is not taken into account.
  • The works must be submitted in the form of a full text, in accordance with the norms and standards stipulated by the Scientific Commission of the SOLEI 2020
  • Each participant may present at the Congress, at the most, two papers, which may be individually authored and / or co-authored. In case more than three proposals are sent for the evaluation, the last ones to arrive will be excluded according to the date and time of delivery.
  • The presentation of the proposals will be made online, using a form designed for this purpose
  • No alteration can be made after the submission of the work, except recommendations of the evaluators.
  • The non-presentation of the work implies the non-issuance of all certificates linked to it
  • The accepted and submitted work certificate will be issued for each of the authors
  • Cases ignored or not foreseen in these Rules will be solved through an appreciation by the Scientific Commission of the SOLEI 2020 Congress

Rules for submission of proposals:

  • Works from experiences, projects, theoretical and / or empirical research completed or in the final stage developed in the different spheres of society will be accepted: communities, social collectives, universities, among others.
  • Only one author may make the oral communication, admitted exceptions at the discretion of the person responsible for the mediation on the day of the presentation. The time of exposure will also be the responsibility of the mediators on each day of presentation.
  • The submission system applies the blind evaluation by pairs. For this reason, the name (s) of the author (s), the institutional affiliation, title and e-mails of each author should not appear in the text of the work, they should only appear in the field of metadata intended for this purpose, in the system.
  • The text must be attached in file in the doc or docx formats to the link established according to the participation modality.

Consider the participation method to consider the criteria for sending

1. Communications, thematic panels, discussions. Send your work through the following address: https://goo.gl/forms/pAP6eu3TTYs3X1kQ2

  • Title (Times New Roman, size 14, in bold, capital)
  • Authors: full name, degree, professional and academic link, e-mail (Times New Roman font, size 12)
  • Indication of the thematic line in which the research is framed (Times New Roman, size 12)
  • Maximum text: 500 words (Times New Roman, size 12), do not put notes and references.
  • Must present: introduction, object of study, theoretical and methodological reference and results (if any).
  • Text in Portuguese, the summary will be in Portuguese and English
  • Text in Spanish, the summary will be in Spanish and English
  • Keywords: maximum 5 (Times New Roman, size 11), in the language of submission and also in English
  • The work must be written following APA Rules 2018- 6th (sixth) edition.

2. Workshops, talks, artistic expressions, exhibitions and bar. Send your work through the following address: https://goo.gl/forms/bmIk7kh1FcLTvAVv1

  • Title (Times New Roman, size 14, in bold, upper case)
  • Authors: full name, degree, professional and academic link, e-mail (Times New Roman font, size 12)
  • Indication of the thematic line in which the research is framed (Times New Roman, size 12)
  • Description: maximum: 500 words (Times New Roman, size 12), do not put notes and references.
  • Must present what the proposal consists of, the subject in which it is framed, purpose, methodology, technical and logistic requirements to develop it.
  • Text in Portuguese, the summary will be in Portuguese and English
  • Text in Spanish, the summary will be in Spanish and English.
  • Keywords

Acceptance criteria for works:

  • Relevance to the theme of the III SOLEI 2020 Congress;
  • Coverage and relevance of the content;
  • Clarity and articulation of concepts, ideas and methodological procedures;
  • Update of the concepts and results achieved