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Notre-Dame des Amériques : la Vierge de Guadalupe (Mexique)

Sylvie MÉGEVAND
Caravelle (1988-)
No. 98, Icônes d'Amérique latine (2012), pp. 17-34
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23264421
Page Count: 18
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Abstract

Symbole de foi populaire, figure syncrétique, Notre-Dame de Guadalupe figure en bonne place dans le riche imaginaire hispano-américain. Cette étude tente de cerner, à travers quelques étapes significatives de son histoire, les caractéristiques qui font de cette image mariale spécifique une icône religieuse et identitaire, reconnue par les croyants comme par les athées. Por ser un símbolo de fe popular y una figura sincrética, Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe destaca sobremanera en el fértil imaginario hispanoamericano. El presente estudio trata de plasmar, a través de unas etapas significativas de su historia, las características que hacen de esta imagen específica un icono religioso e identitario a la vez, reconocido tanto por los creyentes como por los ateos. A symbol of popular faith, a syncretic figure, Our Lady of Guadalupe occupies a predominant place in Hispano American's rich imagination. This study aims to determine, through a few significant phases of its history, the characteristics which turn out this Marian image into a religious and identity icon, acknowledged by believers as well as by atheists.

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