“Conectados con el pasado”

ritualidad creativa en los sitios arqueológicos etruscos en el marco de los encuentros europeos del Arco Iris

Autores/as

  • Katri Ratia Universidad de Friburgo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/csr.v23i00.14914

Palabras clave:

Creatividad ritual, Tradición, Neopaganismo, Yacimientos arqueológicos , Reuniones arco iris

Resumen

Los rituales contemporáneos en los yacimientos arqueológicos muestran interpretaciones contrapuestas del pasado, el futuro y las reivindicaciones religiosas, identitarias y políticas relacionadas, tal y como se encuentra en la investigación sobre los paganismos contemporáneos. Este artículo examina dicha ritualidad y la construcción de la tradición entre la Familia Arco Iris. El artículo compara el caso del Arco Iris con la investigación sobre los Paganismos, después de describir qué tipo de expresiones rituales relacionadas con los sitios arqueológicos se encuentran en un Encuentro Arco Iris y cómo las expresiones se relacionan entre sí en el marco de la cultura colectiva. El artículo proporciona un ejemplo de rituales elaborados y narrativas folclóricas en una comunidad “evento-cultural” que reconoce el derecho a la significación subjetiva. Explica cómo las narrativas y las prácticas, aunque no sean completamente convergentes, pueden relacionarse entre sí en el marco colectivo sin ser una amenaza para la cohesión social o la coherencia cultural. En el caso del Arco Iris, la demanda de creencias compartidas se sustituye por la participación en las prácticas compartidas, y una amplia división ideológica que da cabida a varias tradiciones religiosas holísticas alternativas.

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Biografía del autor/a

Katri Ratia, Universidad de Friburgo

Doctorado por la Universidad de Friburgo.

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2021-08-31

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Ratia, K. (2021). “Conectados con el pasado”: ritualidad creativa en los sitios arqueológicos etruscos en el marco de los encuentros europeos del Arco Iris. Ciencias Sociales Y Religión/Ciências Sociais E Religião, 23(00), e021013. https://doi.org/10.20396/csr.v23i00.14914