voices

Our webinar series aims to open spaces in which critical yet constructive voices from all over the world can speak and are listened to. The format is intended to facilitate discussion among like-minded thinkers regardless of their geographical positioning and to provide a platform for networking and exchange.

Upcoming

18 September 2019, 2pm GMT/3pm CET: Gurminder K. Bhambra (School of Global Studies, University of Sussex) speaking on “Undoing the Epistemic Disavowal of the Haitian Revolution: A Contribution to Global Social Thought” Register

24 and 31 October 2019, Richa Nagar (University of Minnesota)
Reading Circle and Discussion session with Richa on “Hungry Translations: The World Through Radical Vulnerability”

18 December 2019 : Lia de la Vega Rodriguez (University of Palermo, Argentina) speaking on “Trajectories of coloniality and interculturality in the narratives about Asia and its emigrants in Argentine graphic media”


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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

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