• 00:01 Nuestros cuerpos en la lectura
  • 04:34 ¿Qué es lo que hace a la literatura, infantil?
  • 08:19 Libros-álbum: una relación sinérgica entre imagen y palabra
  • 23:12 Pesadillas y llanto: ¿por qué hay emociones que no permitimos? ¿cómo podemos atender a esos momentos?
  • 40:16 Potencial y expectativas en la lectura. Notas sobre la parentalidad intensiva
  • 44:31 Las agendas de educación socio-emocional y "El monstruo de colores": sobre la relación entre neoliberalismo y cultura emocional
  • 52:05 La normatividad de la felicidad y los finales felices
  • 59:17 "Cuentos de buenas noches para niñas rebeldes": ¿por qué cuestan tanto los feminismos en la literatura infantil?
22/12/2023 68' 25''
Spanish
Imagen del libro-álbum "La madre y la muerte/La partida" de  Alberto Laiseca y Alberto Chimal

Chilean writer, editor and academic Macarena García (Santiago de Chile, 1980) thinks of herself as a researcher. For her, research is a way of looking—an empirical, collaborative and transdiciplinary practice through which things are produced. Her work focuses on the co-production of culture, politics, ethics and society, with special attention to the fields of childhood, children’s literature and education. 

In this podcast, we talk to Macarena García about her working methods with children in schools and other shared educational spaces. We talk about challenging scrapbooks, about fascination and overflow as tools for collective transformation, and about what happens to bodies when they are together. We also explore the workings of censorship and how children’s literature approaches subjects such as death, sex, racism, dictatorship, feminism, gender identity and the climate crisis.   

Conversation: Loli Acebal and Anna Ramos. Script: Loli Acebal. Sound production: André Chêdas. Voice over: Violeta Ospina. Sounds: Radio Web MACBA Working Group, from Ina GRM.

Image from the picture-book "La madre y la muerte/La partida" by Alberto Laiseca and Alberto Chimal

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