Is Peru a country of argolleros? César R. Nureña analyzes how the exclusion of the other and the abuse of power influences the advancement of the country

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About the launch of your new book The Peruvian ring (Editorial Planeta), the renowned anthropologist César Nureña will perform this Thursday, September 30 at 6:00 pm an analysis of how the concept of the “ring” has evolved as a social discourse in the various historical stages of Peru.

Where does the ring come from? How does it arise? Has it been around forever, or is it a recent phenomenon?

Where does the ring come from? How does it arise? Has it been around forever, or is it a recent phenomenon? The ring concept, as indicated in the book, has been internalized not only by the leaders of power from classist, racist and colonialist discourses, but also from the daily practices of citizens, those regulated under moral codes that are expressed in the various meanings: power relations, network of relationships, favors and privileges that generate new meanings and practices that almost always result in the exclusion of the other.

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The event will be broadcast through the Facebook Live of Planeta de Libros Peru. They will be accompanying the author on the day of the event, the former congresswoman Indira Huilca and the journalist, Ysmael Tasayco. (NTP).

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