Construcción de imaginarios de identidad y vestuario de las mujeres excombatientes de las FARC-EP en el postconflicto colombiano

Carlos Mario Cano Ramírez, María Camila Pérez Giraldo

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    Including the perspective of the clothed body in post-conflict processes allows broadening the spectrum of understanding the dynamics of former FARC combatants reincorporation whose limits are not only given from the mechanisms associated with disarmament, demobilization and reincorporation (Colombia, 2016). For this reason, it is also pertinent to include the links between the clothed body, which consists of a weapon attached to the torso, power, politics and the territory, understanding that the body is the only permanent capital of the combatants both in war as out of war, especially, if it is recognized that war is capable of producing forms of power in which all genders are created and canceled in unequal proportions. It is also necessary to understand how the process of demilitarization has taken place in the aesthetics of the body and clothing of former FARC women combatants, to identify if the new demilitarization policies and the search for re-socialization have impacted in any way the change in the dress codes to give rise to new identity recognitions. Thanks to the epistemological approaches assumed and that revolved around research in and for education, research on gender and armed conflict, critical design and qualitative research, based on action-cooperation and ethnography, it was possible to recognize the identification and belonging of the imaginaries of identity and clothing that, women ex-combatants of the FARC construct nowadays in the rural areas when they join civil life away from combat, and create new practices that modify the militarized body to position new and different images of the "self", in the absence of the armed conflict. The final result of this research allowed understanding that the first territory to be inhabited is the body.

    Título traducido de la contribuciónConstruction of imaginaries of identity and clothing for ex-combatant women of the FARC-EP in the Colombian post-conflict
    Idioma originalEspañol
    Páginas (desde-hasta)501-536
    Número de páginas36
    EstadoPublicada - jul. 2020

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    Palabras clave

    • Bonding
    • Clothed body
    • Critical design
    • Ex-combatant woman
    • Post-conflict

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