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In this thought provoking book Paulo Ravecca presents a series of interlocking studies on the politics of political science in the AmericasFocusing mainly on the cases of Chile and Uruguay Ravecca employs different strands of critical theory to challenge the mainstream narrative about the development of the discipline in the region emphasizing its ideological aspects and demonstrating how the discipline itself has been shaped by power relations Ravecca m.


The Politics of Political Science

Etaphorically charts the non linear transit from cold to warm to hot intellectual temperatures to illustrate his alternative narrative Beginning with a detailed uantitative study of three regional academic journals moving to the analysis of the role of subjectivity and political trauma in academia and its discourse in relation to the dictatorships in Chile and Uruguay and arriving finally at an intimate meditation on the experience of being a ueer schola.

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R in the Latin American academy of the 21st century Ravecca guides his readers through differing explorations languages and methodsThe Politics of Political Science Re Writing Latin American Experiences offers an essential reflection on both the relationship between knowledges and politics and the political and ethical role of the scholar today demonstrating how the study of the politics of knowledge deepens our understanding of the politics of our times.

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