Por una defensa de las aguas de Wallmapu en la poesía de mujeres: Kvyeh, Figueroa y Paredes Pinda*1

Translated title of the contribution: Advocacy for the waters of wallmapu in recent women's poetry: Kvyeh, figueroa and paredes pinda

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Abstract

We aim to analyze a corpus of poems by female writers Rayen Kvyeh, Damsi Figueroa, and Adriana Paredes Pinda. We will use an approach related to ecofeminism, wherein a discourse exists that advocates for the conservation of the rivers and seas of Wallmapu within the framework of post-dictatorial Chile. We will analyze from a decolonizing consciousness aligned with Mapuche epistemology and ethics. Poetic voices critically vi*sualize the sovereignty of death exercised by extractive capitalism over Mapuche territory and its biodiversity, highlighting the indigenous conception of water and politically rethinking the links between women and nature.

Translated title of the contributionAdvocacy for the waters of wallmapu in recent women's poetry: Kvyeh, figueroa and paredes pinda
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)197-221
Number of pages25
JournalLiteratura y Linguistica
Issue number42
DOIs
StatePublished - 29 Oct 2020
Externally publishedYes

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