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The thematic axis " Literature and Cultural Memory" converges on the interdisciplinary analysis of the intrinsic relationship between literary production and the preservation of cultural memory. Literature, as an artistic manifestation and reflection of society, plays a crucial role in the construction and transmission of narratives that shape collective identity over time.

By approaching "Literature" as a central component, we examine literary texts as cultural artifacts that encapsulate historical, social, and ideological nuances. In-depth studies of literary styles, language and narrative forms reveal the active role of literature in constructing the symbolic representation of a culture.

On the other hand, "Cultural Memory" emerges as a lens that amplifies the understanding of the past, providing a basis for the construction of identity and collective consciousness. Investigations into cultural memory explore how literary works act as archives that perpetuate traditions, experiences and values, influencing contemporary perceptions.

The conjunction of these two elements allows for a deeper analysis of the ways in which literature contributes to the preservation and reinterpretation of cultural memory. The axis highlights the dynamic interaction between literary production and collective memories, exploring how literature is shaped by and simultaneously shapes cultural memory.

This thematic axis provides fertile ground for investigations that connect literary theories, critical analyzes and cultural studies, promoting an understanding of the intersection between literature and cultural memory. Through the exploration of these elements, we aim not only for a deeper understanding of cultural richness, but also a renewed appreciation of the importance of literature in the preservation and evolution of collective memory.

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