RESISTENCIA E IDENTIDAD EN LA ISLA DE PROVIDENCIA A TRAVÉS DE LA LITERATURA Y EL CINE

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https://doi.org/10.1344/AFLC2019.9.6

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This article outlines how the resistance and identity of the island of Providence, in Colombia, is reflected through literature and film. It discusses how decoloniality is a tool to deconstruct the current bonds of coloniality. And to show through art, the history that was not told to us, to dismantle the History of Eurocentric hue where colonizers are privileged and African origin belittled. To this end, we study the work of the writer Hazel Robinson, the feature film Keyla by Viviana Gómez Echeverry, Gloria Triana's documentary Welcome to Old Providence, the documentaries by the production company Blue Lizard: 15 milestones in Providence and Providence Today, and Ana María Jessie Serna’s Fishing Her: Mujeres de Sal.

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2019-12-18

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DOSSIER: «COLOMBIA: VIOLENCIA E IDENTIDAD, 200 AÑOS DESPUÉS»