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Festival Puerto de Ideas Valparaíso 2021

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Sumérgete en las fascinantes conferencias, conversaciones y espectáculos del archivo audiovisual de nuestros festivales, además de los entretenidos podcasts y el catálogo de libros que tenemos para ti. ¡Conéctate con las ideas del puerto!

PODCAST
The Feminine Seen from the Margins
The Feminine Seen from the Margins

Camila Sosa is a well-known Argentinian actress and writer of the recently published Las Malas (Tusquets, 2020) in which she tells the story of a group of transvestites who prostitute themselves in a park in Córdoba, and her own sexual initiations. She will share her thoughts on her writing with the Chilean writer Ariel Richards in a conversation about beauty and a dialogue about identity and uncertainty. They will talk about how gender and autobiography express themselves, about writing outside the literary canon from the margins, and about being a woman and a writer.

The Feminine Seen from the Margins

Camila Sosa is a well-known Argentinian actress and writer of the recently published Las Malas (Tusquets, 2020) in which she tells the story of a group of transvestites who prostitute themselves in a park in Córdoba, and her own sexual initiations. She will share her thoughts on her writing with the Chilean writer Ariel Richards in a conversation about beauty and a dialogue about identity and uncertainty. They will talk about how gender and autobiography express themselves, about writing outside the literary canon from the margins, and about being a woman and a writer.

VIDEO
Clicks against humanity
Clicks against humanity

We’re living in a time of excessive information. We spend much of the day staring at screens, constantly checking the news on our smart phones. Attention is a scarce commodity today, prized by the big technology companies...

Clicks against humanity

We’re living in a time of excessive information. We spend much of the day staring at screens, constantly checking the news on our smart phones. Attention is a scarce commodity today, prized by the big technology companies...

LIBROS
La pasión y la condena
La pasión y la condena

La pasión y la condena

PODCAST
Artificial Intelligence and democracy

The three things that will change politics in this century are the increasingly intelligent systems, a more integrated technology, and a more quantified society...

Artificial Intelligence and democracy
Artificial Intelligence and democracy

The three things that will change politics in this century are the increasingly intelligent systems, a more integrated technology, and a more quantified society...

Artificial Intelligence and democracy

The three things that will change politics in this century are the increasingly intelligent systems, a more integrated technology, and a more quantified society...

LIBROS
La explotación mercantil del pasado
La explotación mercantil del pasado

La explotación mercantil del pasado

VIDEO
You matter more than you think

We are living in decisive times for the history of humanity, a moment in which our actions could generate long-lasting consequences for life on earth over the next millennia...

You matter more than you think
You matter more than you think

We are living in decisive times for the history of humanity, a moment in which our actions could generate long-lasting consequences for life on earth over the next millennia...

You matter more than you think

We are living in decisive times for the history of humanity, a moment in which our actions could generate long-lasting consequences for life on earth over the next millennia...

LIBROS

PODCAST

In a society in which available knowledge is out of reach and general ignorance is growing day-by-day, learning takes centre stage. We are the ones learning, and living together is a process of learning with and from each other. We live in a society of learning. The project of cognitive capitalism puts those who are learning into a context of competition, valuing not only the results but also the constant increase of skills. Those who fail to capitalise on their potential fall behind. Faced with this constant threat, how can one imagine an alliance of those who are learning? We have to ask ourselves: how do we want to be educated?

In a society in which available knowledge is out of reach and general ignorance is growing day-by-day, learning takes centre stage. We are the ones learning, and living together is a process of learning with and from each other. We live in a society of learning. The project of cognitive capitalism puts those who are learning into a context of competition, valuing not only the results but also the constant increase of skills. Those who fail to capitalise on their potential fall behind. Faced with this constant threat, how can one imagine an alliance of those who are learning? We have to ask ourselves: how do we want to be educated?