V Coloquio Redicec: “Construyendo desde los conocimientos y la creatividad” | Vancouver, BC | 22 & 23 Septiembre 2017

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Con la participación de Cristian Warnken como Orador Principal

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Cristian Warnken

Profesor de Literatura, comunicador y escritor Chileno

Talleres Viaje a la Palabra

Desde su temprana participación en el periódico Noreste, en la década de los 80, hasta la creación del programa de T.V “La Belleza Nueva”  (luego “Una Belleza Nueva”), hay un hilo conductor de sus más diversos proyectos comunicacionales y literarios: el de tensionar a la palabra poética hacia el mundo, más allá de sus propios límites, como si a ésta le correspondiera la tarea de “reapasionar” los distintos ámbitos del quehacer humano (como lo dijera el poeta G. Lommi en su “Carta al Errante”).

En todos sus proyectos colectivos y personales, radiales (“El desembarco de lo ángeles” en Radio Concierto), periodísticos (“El Corazón”) pedagógicos (los talleres de “Viaje a la Palabra”) e inclasificables como la inusual “Empresa de la Dicha Verdadera” palpita una fe en el poder de la palabra, a pesar de la crisis terminal de ésta en Occidente.

Trayectoria

Columnista de la página editorial del diario El Mercurio.

Autor de los libros:
"Las noticias que siempre serán noticia",crónicas poéticas, Ed. Andrés Bello, 2001.
"Aún no ha sido todo dicho", antología de columnas,  Ed. Aguilar, 2008.
"Las Palabras del chamán en el fin de mundo", poesía Ed. Pfeiffer, 2012.

Editor y luego director del “Noreste”, periódico de matriz poética, que circuló en la década del 80 y en su segunda versión en el 2000.

Director y creador del periódico “El Corazón”, en la década del 90. Socio fundador de la empresa de servicios poéticos “La Dicha Verdadera” , en la década del 90.

Director creativo del proyecto radial “El Desembarco de los ángeles”, en la década del 90, en Radio Concierto Creador y conductor de “La Belleza Nueva”, emisión televisiva de entrevistas, con más de 16 años en el aire. (ver www.unabellezanueva.org)

Profesor en distintos colegios y universidades, y por más de 15 años en el taller privado “Viaje a la Palabra” Actualmente es Director Editorial de la Editorial de la Universidad de Valparaíso.

 

Carmen Rodríguez

Chilean-Canadian author, poet, educator, political social activist

Aquelarre Magazine

Born in Chile, bilingual writer Carmen Rodríguez came to Canada as a political exile in
1974. She is the award-winning author of Guerra Prolongada/Protracted War, a
bilingual volume of poetry; and a body to remember with/De cuerpo entero, a
collection of short stories; and Retribution, a novel.
Rodríguez has also worked extensively as an educator across a range of disciplines –
from literature and cultural studies to creative writing and literacy education. She has
also served as correspondent for Radio Canada International and was a founding
member of Aquelarre, a Latin American women’s bilingual magazine.

Alejandro Adem

Chief Executive Officer and Scientific Director

Mitacs Inc.

Alejandro Adem received his BS from the National University of México in 1982, and his
PhD from Princeton University in 1986. He held a Szegö Assistant Professorship at
Stanford University (1986–89). He then became a faculty member at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison from 1989 to 2004, where he served as Chair of the Department of
Mathematics from 1999 to 2002. He was appointed as a Canada Research Chair in
Algebraic Topology at the University of British Columbia in 2004 and served as Director
of the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences from 2008 to 2015.
Dr. Adem has held visiting positions at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, the
ETH-Zurich, the Max Planck Institute in Bonn, the University of Paris VII and XIII, and
Princeton University. He is a highly regarded researcher in mathematics, with numerous
publications in his name, and he has delivered over 300 invited lectures about his
research around the world.
He has received numerous distinctions, including an Alfred P. Sloan Doctoral
Dissertation Fellowship (1985), a US National Science Foundation Young Investigator
Award (1992), a Romnes Faculty Fellowship from the Wisconsin Alumni Research
Foundation (1995), a Vilas Associate Award from the University of Wisconsin (2003), a
Canada Research Chair (2004), an American Mathematical Society Fellowship (2012),
and the Canadian Mathematical Society’s Jeffery-Williams Prize (2015). Since 2013, Dr.
Adem has served as the Managing Editor of the American Mathematical Society’s
Transactions and Memoirs, and served on numerous scientific and governance boards
for the worldwide mathematical sciences community.

Samuel A. Navarro Ortega

Profesor Asistente de Español

University of British Columbia

Samuel A. Navarro Ortega, PhD is an Applied Linguist in the department of French, Hispanic & Italian Studies at The University of British Columbia. He teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels on topics about Hispanic Linguistics as well as Spanish language at all levels of proficiency. His research interest include the conceptualization of verbs of motion by Anglophone learners of Spanish and experiential language learning and teaching. He is currently working on telecollaboration projects through which Spanish learners in Canada hold computer-to-computer online interactions with Hispanophones in Latin America. The aim is to have learners experience the language and culture of the Hispanic community through virtual exchanges.

Carla Abarca

Investigadora Postdoctoral

McMaster University

Carla es Doctora en Ingeniería Química, McMaster University (Hamilton, ON), y ahora se desempeña como Investigadora Postdoctoral en el grupo de Dr. Robert Pelton, trabajando en el area de desarrollo de aditivos para agricultura. Como co-fundadora y actual Directora Ejecutiva Redicec, ha tenido un importante rol en todas las actividades de Redicec desde sus orígenes, participando en los 4 coloquios, webinars, reuniones con autoridades y la comunidad de Chile y Canadá. Además Carla representa a Redicec en la agrupación Redes Chilenas (ReCh), que reune a 15 redes de chilenos/as en el mundo, desempeñándose como consejera, integrante de la comisión Becas, y actualmente, como candidata para ser parte de la directiva de ReCh 2017-2018.

Andrea Vásquez

Estudiante de Doctorado (Ph.D.)

University of British Columbia

Andrea is a Quechua-descendent Peruvian PhD student in the University of British Columbia.
She has been invited to form an alliance with the Ashéninka and Yine-Yami, two indigenous peoples in the Peruvian Amazon. Using Indigenous theories & methodologies in a control-shared research, Andrea is committed to collaboratively conduct a community-led research that focuses on the conception of respect from the Ashéninka and Yine-Yami perspectives vis-à- vis extractive industries.

For her MSc., which she passed with honors at UBC, Andrea worked with the Ashéninka and Yine-Yami communities and their regional and local institutions to collaboratively research about indigenous self-determination and models of self-government in the Amazon. This investigation was made from the perspectives of the indigenous communities themselves and each research outcome was identified by the research collaborators. Andrea had the opportunity to come back to the collaborators communities to give back the results of this work which was previously validated and mobilized following indigenous cultural protocols.

Prior to attending UBC, Andrea earned my B.Sc. in Forestry Engineering at Peru's National Agrarian University of La Molina, and a specialization in environmental management, quality, and auditing. She has worked as a forestry adviser in a Peruvian NGO, forestry inspector for Peruvian non-profit organization, and as an environmental educator at a children's camp in a marginalized coastal town in Brazil.

Armando Medinaceli

Ph.D. Candidate

Washington State University

Armando Medinaceli is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Washington State University, Department of Anthropology and also works as the Ethics committee coordinator at Sociedad Latinoamericana de Etnobiología - SOLAE.

He will be presenting the abstract " Targeting Firearms: Effects of the Introduction of New Technologies into Traditional - Tsimane’ Hunting in Bolivian Amazonia".

armando.medinaceli@wsu.edu

Sonia Medel

Estudiante de Doctorado (Ph.D.)

University of British Columbia

Sonia Medel is a PhD student in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests include critical development and intercultural education with a special focus on Peru, Chile, and Mexico; Latinx diaspora and youth in Western Canada; decolonial curricular and policy initiatives; and anti-oppressive methodologies. Medel also wears many artivist hats as an instructor of a an undergraduate course she created on dance and music for social change, co-founder of AfroVibras Peru, and Coordinator of Community Partnerships and Indigenous Film from BC and Beyond Programming for the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival where engaging and grappling with diaspora dynamics is a weekly affair. She is also the recipient of the 2017 Patricia Dyer Memorial Award and a UBC Public Scholar.

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