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Cinco Estudios Antropológicos sobre el Mal de Amores

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  • Elías Sevilla Casas

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Los documentos que el lector tiene en sus manos son un producto de la crisis por la que atraviesa la Universidad del Valle. Con excepción del último, el que aparece al final, todos los demás fueron escritos en un momento de máxima íncertidumbre e inestabilidad, entre junio y diciembre de 1998, para tratar de comprender lo que estaba sucediendo y contribuir a la busqueda de soluciones. Son el producto de una reacción inmediata que, sin embargo, contenia ya una perspectiva de más largo plazo para interpretar la universidad y orientarla por el sendero de su reconstrucción Por fortuna no todos los efectos de la crisis han resultado negativos.

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  • Elías Sevilla Casas, 1999. "Cinco Estudios Antropológicos sobre el Mal de Amores," DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO-CIDSE 004174, UNIVERSIDAD DEL VALLE - CIDSE.
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