DOI: Abstract: Abstract: The fundamental idea developed within this paper -the result of a thorough study of the recent bibliography on the relationships between the Komintern and Latin America- is that there exist new conditions, following the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics USSR , in an attempt to approach, upon less passionate and less compromised bases, from the standpoint of the political parties, the history relevant to analyze the political cultures in Latin America during the XX Century. Keywords: historiography, Latin America,, Russian Revolution,, , political cultures. The paragraphs below do not intend to characterize what has been written in recent years -say, from the dissolution of the USSR- by historians about the Russian Revolution of and its impact in Latin America, in times of the International Communist [the Komintern]. All within the framework of a new anniversary of the October Revolution, considering next October will be the commemoration of its first century.
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In this article the authors analyze the history of engineering education in Colombia from to The main theme of the analysis is how engineering educators actively contribute to the shaping of the identity of their profession in response to different societal influences in the forms of codes of meaning. The authors pay especial attention to the role of foreign models of educating engineers and the regional tensions that emerge between competing schools in the country. These two tensions are related to the different ideals or metrics of progress advocated by government officials, politicians, industrialists, and engineering educators themselves in various cities of the country. As the twentieth century passes its midpoint the code of meaning of the discourse on development becomes the main influence shaping the identities of engineers in Colombia. In this article, we discuss how engineering educators played key roles in defining the evolving identities of engineers in Colombia from to Engineering educators respond to broader societal codes of meaning when they debate how engineers should be trained, how to organize the institutions for engineering education, and how to arrive at decisions regarding the content of technical knowledge in the engineering curriculum.
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View a full description of this thesis. The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:. Bergquist, Charles W. Broadbent, M. Sylvia, Los Chibchas. Chilcote, Ronald and Edelstein, Joel C.
This is a scheme that determined many of the revolutionary intervention forms that took place during the XX Century in Latin America, long after the International Communist became just a blurred memory. An observation that is valid even for those opposing the usual political practice of the communist parties in the region, including the same interpretation framework, even extracting different and extremist consequences in favor of workers, the military or populist in general, as it continues to be true up to this date. This is not to say that social sciences did not have any other forms of expression — as proven by the history of sociology in the cases of Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. A history without documentation Building a social and political history on the relationships between the Latin American societies and the Russian Revolution of has not been an easy task due to several reasons, among which it is impossible to leave aside the absence of relevant archives and documents to perform such a task. This is done through the prism of the encounter between the national communist parties and the III International Communist. Of course, we are referring to local archives, which, at least in the field of the testimonies of social actors and of the press branded as left wing, are multiple and revealing, even if most part of such sources are still unpublished in a way that could help researchers, analysts and policy decision makers with their task. Caballero, La Internacional comunista,