This place is destined to respond to hegemonic discourses at two levels: the theoretical or conceptual field and the specific political-cultural or ethnic-territorial field (see Texts).
On the one hand, it is necessary to respond directly –in very concrete contexts– to the (re)producers of those postcolonial discourses that support and/or legitimise the current execution of (neo)colonial projects. As spaces of articulation of this type of controversy here will be taken into account basically the discursive fields concerning the following regional contexts: the Andean Highland, the Bolivian Chiquitanía and the South American Gran Chaco (see News).
On the other hand, it is also necessary to give answers to the hegemonic discourses in the field of concepts and theories. To such effect a series of analysis is articulated that focuses on concepts with unilateral cultural and ideological connotations such as the "frontier" theorem (see above), or that addresses the constitutive reproduction mechanisms of scientific or academic convention, which continue to be little considered by the discourse analysts; the politological discourse on Bolivia of Dr. H. C. F. Mansilla is analysed as a way of illustration (see above).