Query : Decolonial thinking
- Adriana Dorfman2
- Ana Maria Netto Machado2
- Anderson Luiz Tedesco2
- Anthony Goreau-Ponceaud2
- Arthur Luna Borba Colen França2
- Catherine Walsh2
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- Monroy Cuellar, Norman Ivan2
- Sabas Manuel Bustamante Fuentes2
- Taussig, Sylvie2
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- Adir Casaro Nascimento1
- Adriana Schneider Alcure1
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Indigenous intellectuals and Decolonial thinking in contemporary Ecuador
Decolonisation is not a metaphor
Summary: Our aim in this article is to remind readers of the concern about decolonisation. Decolonisation brings with it the repatriation of land and Indigenous life; it is not a metaphor of other things we want to do to improve our societies. The easy adoption of decolonising discourse evidenced by...
Contributions from decolonial thinking to political psychology
The beginning of studies on subjectivity and identity in the western world goes hand in hand with the beginning of Humanities and, as a consequence, Psychology. Traditionally, they have originated from a historical development based in Europe, where the development of thinking and the increasing emp...
Alterative feminism: a way "other" of feeling, knowing, thinking, learning, doing and living
In this article, we assume feminism as a worldview, whereby we do not fragment the world into parts unrelated, but I look at it from a holistic complex and configurational perspective. We are dealing with and problematizing the main trends of feminism in the 21st century: intercultural feminism, cri...
Perceptions of Latin American immigrant families in Spain about the educational field: a dialogic-decolonial turn
O giro dialógico, característico da atual sociedade complexa, está transformando a maneira de se trabalhar no âmbito educativo com pessoas em risco de exclusão social. Essa transformação tem se extendido à sua investigação. A população imigrante latinoamericana na Europa, sobretudo mulheres e crianç...
Social movements resisting neoliberal pre-emptive reforms: the case of Argentina’s ‘Older People Front’ during Mauricio Macri’s government (2015-2019) (Articles)
Following the neoliberal pre-emptive reforms launched and implemented during the Mauricio Macri government in the period 2015-2019, the Older People Front emerges as a movement of older adults in resistance to them. On the basis of a qualitative analysis of in-depth interviews conducted with the mai...
Introduction: Points to epistemic decolonisation in regional communological thinking
The urgency to move towards the consolidation of ‘other possible communology’ is not due to economic atomism, nor can it be taken into account as an exclusive claim in the field of communication. This agenda is in addition to a systematic diagnostic process, the reference framework of which must nec...
Queer Ancient Ways: A Decolonial Exploration
Queer Ancient Ways advocates a profound unlearning of colonial/modern categories as a pathway to the discovery of new forms and theories of queerness in the most ancient of sources. In this radically unconventional work, Zairong Xiang investigates scholarly receptions of mythological figures in Baby...
Summer school 2016/Atelier 7: Indigenous struggles and knowledge
Summer School ‘European philosophies and decolonisation of thought’ Atelier 7/Luttes and indigenous knowledge ‘No soy Indio, carajo, pero Vds me han hecho Indio y como Indio me voy a liberar’ Fausto Reynaga Kämpfe und Wissen der Ureinwohner (Indianersein als identitäre Reterritorialisierung, pluvers...
Genated Islamophobia and decolonial thinking
The construction of dissenting sex-gender bodies and subjectivities in Latin America
Summary The purpose of this article is to analyse the construction of sexual bodies and subjects in Latin America. I will first discuss the power technologies that shape subjects and how they relate to performative policy practices of bodies that subvert gender norms. I will then take a brief look a...
If we are not Uganda, then who are we? Being Spispanic and its alerities
Any person who systematically tries to apply this old Socratic precept that inculcates us at school, ‘Concept yourself’, will ultimately realise that in reality we always know much less than we imagine. Our personal and collective identities are like the hidden side of the iceberg, the largest and t...
Paulo Freire: The act of reading as a decoloniser
This disertation aims to make a critical interpretation of Paulo Freire’s alphabetical proposal and to compare it with the theoretical lines of Decolonial thinking. To this end, the report is divided into three central aspects: the first part presents the humanistic characteristics of the act of rea...
Critical pedagogy, education and peace culture: Towards a delimitation of the subject matter of the study and the state of art from Decolonial
This article sets out the reflections that emerged from the Diplomado de Investigación Educativa, in particular from the meeting led by Dr Miguel Ángel Maldonado García entitled “Strategies and Methodologies of Research in Educational Research”, together with the exploration of the initial idea of r...
Unsustainable sustainable development in contemporary capitalist society
RESUMO: In view of the fact that the capitalist system has a logic of expansion and accumulation that is completely unconstrained, we propose with this article, from a literature review, to answer the following question: is it possible to think about sustainable development within the logic of capit...
Walsh, Catherine (publisher) (2013). Decolonial pedagogies. Insurgent practices of resising, (re) existence and (re) living. Tomo I. Decolonial thinning series. Quito: Abya Yala
Good Living, Relationship and Discipline from Lewis Gordon’s and Martin Nakata’s thoughts. Decolonial epistemic runways for higher education
This article explores the epistemic connotations of Buen Vivir, one of the main characteristics of which is relaxation, and deepens the main feature that denies her: disciplinarity. From the perspective of (inter) cultural studies, she is confronted with the input of Lewis R. Gordon and Martin Nakat...
Sociology of childhood and Latin American as its locus of enunciation
This theoretical article poses a dual theoretical challenge to contemporary practitioners of the sociology of childhood in Latin America: a) to take a critical stance vis a vis the scarce and weak attention that sociology has given to childhood as a social fact; and b) take a critical posture regard...
FROM TERRITORY TO TERRITÓRIO-CORPO (FROM LAND): DECOLONIAL Contributions
Summary: This article addresses the issue of territory from a Latin American perspective, analysing the main contributions to this debate from decolonial thinking, especially the relationship between body and territory, both in the sense of the body and the territory/land as a body, especially from...
Nomads in contemporary theoretical imagination
This article examines the contributions of the nomadic magazine throughout its course, and gives a presentation of the articles making up this issue. In the second part of the text, two intellectual currents of contemporary theory are set out: cultural studies and decolonial thinking.
Ontological clarifications concerning the coloniality of the power
This text aims to deconstruct three of the main theoretical problems on the basis of which the interpretation of the decoloniality of power is considered. First, a pedigree of the category of breed is carried out; the way in which the Decolonial discourse understands power is then analysed; then, th...
POSIBILIDADES Y LÍMITES DE LA UNIVERSIDAD LATINOAMERICANA DESDE UNA PERSPECTIVA HISTÓRICA POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITS OF THE LATIN AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FROM A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
La Universidad Latinoamericana se configuró a través de la historia bajo el influjo de diversas fuerzas que le dieron una forma particular dados los contextos específicos donde surgió, en relación con las potencias coloniales, la iglesia, el Estado y el impacto de los diferentes modelos que se estab...
Ethnic Studies in the United States as decolonial studies within the overall university system westernized
This article is an analysis of the Westernized university and its Eurocentric fundamentalism in relation to the subaltern struggles of racialized groups in the United States and its impact on the formation of ethnic studies in the university’s epistemic structure. The article goes on to discuss ques...
Education, ethno-racial relations and decolonization in the teachers’ praxis
This article brings theoretical discussions about decoloniality, coloniality - in its triad power, being and knowledge - and racisms. We will emphasize decoloniality as epistemology that ruptures dualisms, comprehend intersections between social identities, and analyzes ethno-racial classifications...
Diasporic bodies and black masculinity: A reading of all the world opposes Chris from the decoloniality
This main objective is to discuss how language/language effects say/do (Austin, 1998) subaltered bodies and how this can provide us with traits for a critical reading aimed at decolonial thinking (WALSH, 2009) and non-extermination, physical and symbolic, of lives and other masculinity. In order to...