Latest edition of the Maguaré magazine: publication of the department of anthropology of Universidad Nacional
Maguaré is a periodical publication issued by the Department of Anthropology at Universidad Nacional de Colombia that is also intended as a bridge for meeting, exchange, and communication among those who practice, study, and research in anthropology in Colombia and abroad. This journal is a means of expression in which theses, fields, and theories in the anthropological field and in its multiple spaces of disciplinary and interdisciplinary convergences can be discussed.
The latest issue of Maguaré reveals the diversity of visions —some from below, others cross-cutting and all anthropologically informed— as well as their enormous potential for understanding the interweaving and challenges of transition and post-conflict in Colombia. As a whole, the nine texts that make up this issue —eight research articles and a documentary fiction text— examine the post-conflict and transition in Colombia from a polyphony of spatial, temporal, and conceptual scales, expressed in a rich counterpoint of methodological strategies and anthropological writing strategies*.