DUAL ARGUMENTS: THE PRINCIPLE OF DUALITY AS AN ARGUMENTATIVE STRUCTURE
ARGUMENTOS DUALES: EL PRINCIPIO DE DUALIDAD COMO UNA ESTRUCTURA ARGUMENTATIVA
This work shows a comparative study of the commemoration of the bicentennial Independence in Mexico and Colombia. In particular, it unravels the commemoration policies that were made of the bicentennial objects of dispute between different social actors (State, civil society, academia, social movements, etc.). To do this, different areas where the bicentennial took place are explored: public festivals (celebrations, commemorative events, parades, etc.), historical exhibitions in museums, the construction of monuments and commercialization of history through the implementation of routes of historical and cultural tourism and the circulation of public pieces that appeal to the historical or patriotic in the press. For each of these areas, understood as registers of social memory and differentiated discursive forms, analyzed and contrasted, examples corresponding to each of the two countries.