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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoDeconstrucción de la identidad de la mujer negra: formas otras de sentipensar desde la Escuela Normal Superior de Cartagena de Indias(2019-10-24) Baena, Lina Marcela; Larrea Leal, Alba Luz; Osorio Restrepo, Antonio JoséThe title of this study is deconstruction of the identity of black women: other ways of thinking from the Escuela Normal Superior of Cartagena de Indias. From the perspective assumed by the investigative process, there is no possibility of considering identity as a static process, but on the contrary, it is studied as a dynamic process that is permanently deconstructed. Such a perspective, characteristic of the line of research, leads us to question and reject any cultural stigmatization based on colonial power that denigrates black women. A relevant purpose of this research was to inquire into those cultural practices that make it possible to dignify and vindicate the cultural richness of black women, who told their stories with great passion. Hence the need to start telling other stories, those that invite us to feel like black women in school, in the Normal of Cartagena or any other school in which black is, rather than a social marker of an ethnic one, it dazzles with the colours of its cultural practices. By bringing school as a social and cultural space closer to what happens in other spaces, less burdened with colonial norms that make possible the liberating and transformative action of the school. Perhaps in this way, the possibilities of other pedagogies arise, called decolonial, intercultural, emancipatory or critical.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoDecostrucción de sentido sobre el proceso de investigación en la relación educación/desarrollo humano(2011) Velásquez Roa, Oscar Hernán; González Yacup, Elias Mauricio; Arias Carmen, Julián Humberto
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoKintsugui: diseño sostenible(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2020) Bahamón Iza, María Camila; Franco Medina, EdgarAt present, Colombia lacks programs for the implementation of textile recycling, whether for the benefit of large, small or medium-sized companies. That is why much of the fast fashion directly affects the circular economy and certainly the environment, based on denim one of the textiles with higher water and dye requirements at the time of production. Many fast fashion brands produce millions of pieces of denim every year, in order to massify the sale and unnecessary manufacture of one of the most harmful materials for the planet, but one that is most used by fashion every day. That is why Kintsugi’s objective is to take advantage of disused jeans to give them a new opportunity, whether they are functional or different. This project considers the deconstruction of the material and the rethinking of silhouettes more to aesthetics and less conventional. In this way we can change the perspective of buyers and consumers of denim. Several proposals were made in order to inform the population sample of the importance of implementing awareness when dressing, and why it is time to change the linear habits that have had the fashion for many decades in Colombia with respect to fast fashion. It is for this reason that textile recycling is taken as the main objective to promote awareness in the country. The reuse and implementation of this activity would have great benefits, not only environmental but also economic, also approaching new and great challenges for designers and their brands when implementing sustainable design and circular economy.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoRecycling mood : un trabajo investigativo en la Universidad de San Buenaventura Colombia(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2020) Naranjo Téllez, Valeria; Franco Medina, EdgarThe objective of this work is to determine whether it is possible to design a women's wardrobe from the recycling of second-hand clothing and/or textiles. Based on this, 5 specific objectives are created to help the development of the overall objective, for this purpose, a methodology is proposed that has a methodological activity, a source of information, and a collection instrument for each objective. Following a consistent order, a survey is carried out to determine the possible preferences of women in Cali. All the information collected was compared to trend research at WGSN and the visit to second-hand virtual stores, to finally draw conclusions that would take into account when making the proposals. Knowing all the above, we move on to the process of collecting second-rate garments, which gives way to the classification of garments or textiles that are useful to also select the garments that will be part of the experimentation process when creating the possible costumes. Having obtained a considerable amount of garments, we move on to the planning of proposals that will be evaluated through a table of requirements highlighting the proposal that meets all or most of these. As the deconstruction and intervention of garments are a fundamental part of the process and must be present, we proceed to experiment with the material available to try to replicate in its entirety and successfully the winning proposal, thus trying to meet the objective.