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En outre, plusieurs ont aussi evoque comment les eleves ont tendance a reproduire des mythes ou des recits lies a la nation et a l'identification d'une memoire collective relativement homogene caracterisee par la survivance des canadiens-francais (Letourneau et Caritey, 2008; Levesque, Letourneau et Gani, 2011).
La proposition la plus hardie et heretique de Mariategui dans ce texte- et dans d'autres ecrits des annees 1927-29--celle qui soulevera les plus grandes controverses, c'est celle qui resulte du passage de ses analyses historiques sur le <<communisme inca>> et de ses observations anthropologiques sur la survivance des pratiques collectivistes, a une strategie politique qui fait des communautes indigenes le point de depart d'une voie socialiste propre aux pays indo-americains.
Although elaboration of the Indigenous Studies "take" on mestizaje, as well as frameworks and terminology involving survivance and settler-colonialism, would facilitate a deeper comprehension of the topics, particularly for those outside of the field of Indigenous Studies, the arguments that Chicano art should be considered to be Indigenous, and that Aztlan functions as a multifaceted form of Indigenous sovereignty and resistance are largely compelling through Miner's nuanced analyses and explanations of the convergence of experiences of Xicanos and other Indigenous people groups.
It is eventually the link between art, imagination and politics that illustrates a sense of optimism by breaking away from the doxa of decline, as underlined by Didi-Huberman in La survivance des lucioles:
Cette genese allegorique, dont les formes vegetales, animales, humaines ou minotauresques s'abandonnent a divers degres de transformation, de transgression ou meme de contamination, n'est pas sans rappeler le caractere vertigineux de la survivance.
Ceux-ci s'inquietent de la transmission des valeurs et de la << survivance >> nationale.
I am not asking you to accept this narrative, but you need to understand it, as much as anglos need to understand la survivance.
Using Anne Cheng's The Melancholy of Race (2000), Rifkin shows that melancholy, which indexes a continued presence and attachment, functions as a claim for indigenous survivance in Miranda's work.
In reality, however, many Paiutes (including Winnemucca herself) found work and means of survivance outside reservations, mingling linguistically, culturally, and even sexually (Winnemucca herself married white men) with the Anglo--American settlers.
26) A similar warning was used again against the Oblates in 1932 when he ordered Father Ubald Langlois to stop writing nationalistic letters under the pen name "Franc et Sans Dol" in the newspaper La Survivance.
La justice et la gratitude, la vie et la survivance nationales imposent, a tous et a chacun, l'imperieux devoir de contribuer, de toutes nos forces, a la pleine reussite de cette souscription douee d'un caractere religieux et national.