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Xerophilous scrub

Xerophilous scrub illustration
  • By: Alonso Loncho Salazar, nature illustrator, you can find him on Instagram as @alonsolonchosalazar and write to

The invisible ones in agriculture

A fascinating journey into the microbial universe and its vital influence on the world of agriculture.

In this book we can delve into the world of microorganisms and their important ecosystem functions, with a pleasant language and an interesting story, through the extensive experience and trips around the world of the renowned researcher Dr. Marco Nuti, who has given his life to soil microbiology, achieving many contributions of impact in science, technology, innovation and even in public policies. The closing dedicated to microbial rights is an interesting and timely approach to the paradigm shift that we must carry out to further advance the knowledge and preservation of the 14 soil microorganisms and, at the same time, benefit from all their ecosystem functions.

  • By: Marco Nuti

Forms and Functions of Nature

Bases for the knowledge of Natural History in the Cordillera of central Chile

Why are the flowers colored? How do birds fly? Can water destroy stone? Why are insects small and not giant? These are things to which almost everyone pays little attention, we take them for granted, although if we try to explain them we will find ourselves in serious trouble … SCIENCE has explanations for many of these questions, although before obtaining a satisfactory answer we already know new questions have occurred to us. The high degree of complexity and organization that nature possesses, expressed in thousands of different but coherent ways, cannot leave us indifferent, and leads us from doubt to amazement.

  • By: Andrés Moreira Muñoz and Sergio Elórtegui Francioli 

Make Community

Notes on the territory and territoriality from the indigenous sentipensar in the Lake Maracaibo basin – Venezuela


Dr. José Ángel Quintero Weir presents this work in which he incorporates the results of his workshops and exhibitions. The notes deal with the so-called “Oralitura Encounters”, which were developed as part of the construction process of the pedagogical project of the Indigenous Education Centers (CEIN) – Indigenous Autonomous University (UAIN). Quintero is an intellectual of the Añú People, member of the Wainjirawa Intercultural Organization for Autonomous Education, of the Wayúu «What we do from our heart» Coordinator of the Indigenous Studies and Cultures Unit and professor at the School of Letters of the Faculty of Humanities , University of Zulia, Venezuela.

  • By: José Ángel Quintero Weir

Memory Cartographies – Task Notebook

Notebook of tasks, interventions and maps of the participants of the course “Cartographies of Memory” – Autonomous Indigenous University UAIN and Wainjirawa

MAY 2020

Cartographies of Memory is a four-session course by José Ángel Quintero Weir, an indigenous Añú, a university professor and member of the Wainjirawa organization. This workbook captures the interventions of the course participants, who, through their words and subsequent transcription, contributed to the generation of a map of territorial memory. The recovery of the word, thinking and doing of the participants (and their communities) is an initial step for the containment of the dispossession and the reconstitution and reaffirmation of We, their nosotropic territorial memory.

  • By: José Ángel Quintero Weir

Chinese Dance Infographic –

Valparaíso region


The Chinese dance, of mestizo origin, dates back to the 16th century when it was called “Indian dance” or “flag dance.” At present, these brotherhoods of dancing musicians are made up of inhabitants of small towns, through family and neighborhood ties, and participate collaboratively in traditional festivities where a local sacred image is venerated. Through this illustration, the territories where this practice takes place are shown, as well as the multiple problems that currently threaten the safeguarding and viability of this religious and popular manifestation are shown.

  • By: Museo Campesino en Movimiento (MUCAM)
  • Patrimonio Inmaterial Chile

Peasant Atlas

2018 – 2019

Book and records about the culture of the community of San Pedro de Melipilla, associated with their experience as singers and poets.

One of the expressions of the process of cultural syncretism resulting from the miscegenation between indigenous peoples, western conquerors and descendants of both is popular religiosity, which through its development over time has generated multiple forms of worship and devotion in rural and rural life. peasant, highlighting festivities and other manifestations. This work compiles the experience of various sectors of the San Pedro de Melipilla commune as singers and poets, in collaboration with members of the Association of Canto a lo Divino and twenty-four local singers, in a book and three discs that accompany this publication
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  • By: Museo Campesino en Movimiento (MUCAM)

To all the Images of the World


Quintuple Disc

Between the regions of the Norte Chico and the Central Zone of the country, a multiplicity of traditions and ceremonies related to popular religiosity are configured, where the veneration of angels, deceased, saints, virgins and crosses are some of the expressions of local devotion. This compilation forms a musical and poetic journey, with the participation of around fifty male and female singers, inhabitants of towns and corners of the rural territory, who, through verses and intonations, family heritage and local wisdom, cultivate this art expressed in this first Anthology. Sonora of Canto a lo Divino.

  • By: Museo Campesino en Movimiento (MUCAM)

Aymara Postcards


The Aymara Postcards project, carried out by Imagen de Chile in conjunction with the Vive Chile VTR Foundation, seeks to show the life, culture and worldview of the Aymara people, whose population reaches 40 thousand individuals in the Arica and Parinacota region.

  • By: Imagen de Chile and Fundación Vive Chile VTR