Runas. Journal of Education and Culture

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Vol. 3 No. 6 (2022)
Published December 3, 2022
Dossier: Lukács and History and Class Consciousness, a century later: dialectics, totality, and reification

 July-December 2022

Guest Editor:

Dr. Alejandro Fernando González Jiménez. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México



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Julio Martín Alcántara Carrera
Terra Ignota
Tenon Kone
For a de-construction of the migrant’s epistle in Juicio a un Estado y a un continente by Inongo Vi-Makomè and Ecos de Malabo by Maximiliano Nkogo Esono
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Juan Pablo Montero Solano
Constitutional elements of control of cultural genocide in the natural resources sector: perspectives of the indigenous peoples of the Andean community
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Estefanía Michelle Pérez Buenaño, Melinton Fernando Saca Balladares
Ecuadorian mining concession contract: a legislative study of the Organic Mining Law
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Luis Arturo Guerrero Azpeitia
Emotions and learning in a pandemic context. A sociocultural approach in university students
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Geovanny Javier Zambrano Menéndez, Janneth Teresa Cano Delgado
Active learning methodologies incorporating TIC’s to develop reading skills in the San Mateo from Manta Educational Unit
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María Gabriela Acosta Morales, Juan Pablo Montero Solano, Segundo Ramiro Tite
The right to freedom: the radical pragmatism of prison resistance in protracted conflicts
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RUNAS. Journal of Education & Culture, it's a peer-reviewed publication that publishes 2 issues per year. Founded in 2020, seeks to preserve the spirit of Leonidas Proaño, who dedicated his life to working with the indigenous people of the Andean region of Ecuador, devoid of formal education, and therefore of rights that allow them to live in dignity. This journal aims to examine education with a critical, contextual vision that contributes to the dissemination of the reality of this field in peripheral countries and its possibility of liberation.

*"RUNAS" It is a word that comes from the Kichwa language of the indigenous peoples of Ecuador, used to refer to men, human beings.