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Meetings and Dialogues

On this page you can find the activities carried out and to be carried out in terms of meetings, dialogues and seminars.
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"The role of geography ..." discussing the current challenges of the discipline

APRIL 2021

Wednesday April 07, 2021

We start the Academic year geography PUCV

By zoom y Youtube Territorios Alternativos

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Cycle of Talks: Territory, Mobility and Deterritorialization in Patagonia

MARCH 2021

The Laboratory of Territorialidades Alternativas begins the first of a series of talks on "Territory, Mobility and Deterritorialization in Patagonia". The guest at this initial session is Dr. Joaquín Bascope Julio, academic, researcher and author of various books and articles that address the territory of Magallanes.

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Citizen Vision of the Limache Regulatory Plan

FEBRUARY 2021

Self-organized activity, held on February 20, in the Pergola of Parque Brasil; and February 27, at the Plaza de las 40 Horas, Limache - from 10:30 am. You can review the photographic record by clicking the "more information" button.

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International Seminar "Geohumanities, Art and Biopolitics of the Anthropocene"

JANUARY 2021

In the context of the ANID PIA SOC180040 project «GeoHumanities and (Bio) Creative Geographies addressing sustainability and co-conservation through“ Rhizomatic Immersion”, the BioGeoArt research team invites the community to participate in this international seminar to be held on Friday 22 from 09:00 hours. During the event, a series of presentations and interdisciplinary conversations will be presented, in an exchange of knowledge that promotes a new consciousness to inhabit the Anthropocene era. 


Information and registration in the following link.

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Crisis Global y el aporte de las Reservas de La Biosfera

JANUARY 12-13, 2021

We begin 2021 with a new instance in which actors from the different reserves, we can meet to share, reflect and work on deepening the model and advantages offered by the Biosphere Reserves. The prevailing development model, sustained in the exploitation of nature and inequality, turns into an alarming planetary situation, where the state of biodiversity and the ecosystems that provide the environmental basis for existence, are in a constant and increasingly accelerated deterioration.


This next meeting has as its main objectives the reflection on the contributions and benefits of the Biosphere Reserves, share, consolidate and expand the network in Chile and finally agree on tasks and activities to continue working on this model.

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Conversación: Feminismo y Proceso Constituyente

Leticia Arancibia, Biogeoart researcher in conversation with CUVIC Project

DECEMBER 2020

On this occasion Leticia Arancibia, Doctor in Sociology and Political Sciences, part of the PUCV Academic Network and also a Biogeoart researcher, was talking with the CUVIC Project, the University Collective of Citizen Link and Communication of the School of Journalism of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, about Feminism and the Constituent Process. The CUVIC Project is an initiative created to articulate the university and the local community, where it collaborates with organizations and the school community. This space adds to the conversation about the Plebiscite and the country's political news.


Check the conversation in the following link.

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The embodiment of the Territory; Between Deterritorialization and Multiterroriality of the Earth

Rogério Haesbaert

NOVEMBER 2020

On this occasion, the Brazilian Geographer Rogério Haesbaert was talking in the last open session of the course "Geographies, roots and territorial conflicts", together with the students of the PUCV Institute of Geography and Professor Pablo Mansilla.


Rogério Hasbaert is a Doctor in Human Geography from the University of São Paulo and also a Postgraduate Professor in Geography at the Fluminense Federal University of Brazil. In his studies, he addresses issues of geographic knowledge such as territoriality, territorialization, deterritorialization, power, among others, relating to the geopolitical scene and the precariousness of some groups.

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CONVERSATORY

Territorial formation as theory and method; Reflections from the Colombian Borders

Lina Maria Hurtado

NOVEMBER2020

Next Thursday, November 12, the discussion on Territorial Training as Theory and Method: Reflections from the Colombian Frontiers will be held, dictated by Lina Maria Hurtado, PhD in Geography- Fluminense Federal University, Brazil. The activity will be broadcast through the Territorios Alternativos Facebook page, as well as through its YouTube Channel.

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LATIN AMERICAN SEMINAR 

"Metropolitan Areas, Territorial Health and Uncertainty "

OCTOBER 2020

On October 1 and 2, the Latin American Seminar "METROPOLITAN AREAS, TERRITORIAL HEALTH AND UNCERTAINTY" will be held, since the Doctorate in Architecture and Urbanism of the Faculty of Architecture, Construction and Design of the Bío-Bío University (Chile) is coordinating collaboratively with different graduate programs and Latin American research centers in Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Panama and Mexico.

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Closing Seminar, 

2nd Version Course Biosphere Reserves


Dra. Maureen Reed, Dr. Claudia Cerda, Dra. Ruida Pool-Stanvliet, Mg Katerina Varas

AUGUST 2020

We begin 2021 with a new instance in which actors from the different reserves, we can meet to share, reflect and work on deepening the model and advantages offered by the Biosphere Reserves. The prevailing development model, sustained in the exploitation of nature and inequality, turns into an alarming planetary situation, where the state of biodiversity and the ecosystems that provide the environmental basis for existence, are in a constant and increasingly accelerated deterioration.


This next meeting has as its main objectives the reflection on the contributions and benefits of the Biosphere Reserves, share, consolidate and expand the network in Chile and finally agree on tasks and activities to continue working on this model.