Our online talk series aims to open spaces in which critical yet constructive voices from all over the world can speak and are listened to. In a virtual space like-minded thinkers are coming together to network and exchange regardless of their geographical and professional positioning.
Nossa série de palestras on-line visa abrir espaços ao redor do mundo, nos quais vozes críticas, porém construtivas, possam falar e serem ouvidas. Em um espaço virtual, pensadores com idéias semelhantes se reúnem para interagir e trocar informações, independentemente de seu posicionamento geográfico e profissional.
Gurminder K. Bhambra (School of Global Studies, University of Sussex): “Undoing the Epistemic Disavowal of the Haitian Revolution: A Contribution to Global Social Thought”
Lata Narayanaswamy (University of Leeds) “Beyond the buzzwords: critical and ethical scholarship with a decolonial lens”
Sabelo J Ndlovu-Gatsheni (UNISA) “The Struggles of Epistemic Freedom and Decolonization of Knowledge in Africa” and the webinar slides.
Juan Fernando Larco Guevara (University of Freiburg, Germany): “Re-thinking emancipation in “Latin America” and the de-colonial project”
Vanessa Andreotti (University of British Columbia, Canada): Interdisciplinary Studies in Global/Planetary Interdependence: The mobilization of hope and rage in times of instability
Sayan Dey (Royal Thimphu College, Bhutan): “The Politics of ‘Post-’: Colonial detoxification and celebrating ‘in-betweenness’- The Anglo-Indians of Bow Barracks, Calcutta”
Epifania Amoo-Adare (Accra/Ghana): (Un-)Thinking, Decolonial Loving and Becoming- Critical Literacies for ‘Postnormal Times’
Rosalba Icaza (Institute of Social Studies, The Hague): Decolonial Feminism and Development
Aram Ziai (University of Kassel): Decolonising Development Policy
Ana Estefania Carballo (University of Melbourne): Buen Vivir, Degrowth and Human Development