Redantruare: cuerpo y cinestesia en la ceremonia saliar

Zoa Alonso Fernández

Resumen


Partiendo de las metodologías de trabajo que caracterizan los estudios sobre danza y movimiento y de la exhaustiva lectura de las fuentes, este artículo analiza distintos aspectos de la ceremonia de los Salios y su relación con el complejo concepto de ‘romanidad’. Si bien es cierto que se trata de unos ritos ampliamente estudiados a lo largo de los últimos cien años desde el punto de vista del contexto y la función ritual, las coreografías saliares constituyen un medio ignorado pero excepcional para examinar mecanismos de participación religiosa a través de la actuación, el territorio y la visibilidad. Para este tipo de aproximación fenomenológica del rito se tendrán en cuenta los procesos somáticos y cinestésicos que explican la involucración de los espectadores en la danza y se pondrá de manifiesto el potencial de esta coreografía para reflejar y (re)crear la identidad de las élites romanas en la construcción del cuerpo ciudadano.

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