Mapeando los Estudios del Afecto

Ali Lara

Resumen

En esta nota editorial del número especial Mapeando los Estudios del Afecto introduzco brevemente la relevancia de explorar las intersecciones entre los estudios del afecto y otros campos relevantes de las ciencias sociales y las humanidades. Para crear un marco de exploración de dichas intersecciones, exploro el giro afectivo en relación a sus implicaciones epistemologicas/ontologica, sus retos metodológicos, y las políticas del giro afectivo. Después, ofrezco algunas notas sobre dos intersecciones que están ausentes en este número especial: la intersección entre el afecto y el feminismo y entre el afecto y los estudios de la discapacidad. Termino la introducción presentando los artículos que no forman este número especial.

Palabras clave

Ontologia; Epistemologia; Metodología; Política; Estudios del Afecto

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