“Shifting the Geo-graphy and Bio-graphy of Knowledge” is a three-year project sponsored by the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities. The title of the project comes from two different sources. One is the concept of “Geo-politics of Knowledge” introduced as a key concept of Philosophy of Liberation in Latin America in the mid 70s, and the other, “Shifting the Geography of Reason,” was introduced as a key founding concept of the Caribbean Philosophical Association in 2002. This project, emerging from the Humanities, is not limited to this domain but attempts to engage in conversations with other areas of academic knowledge as well as with knowledge production in social movements and institutions (e.g., human rights), in the U.S. as well as across the globe.
- Feb 8, 2012 — Decoloniality and Decolonial Aesthetics
- Feb 26, 2009 — (De) Colonial Cosmopolitanism
- Feb 21, 2008 — Reflections on the Decolonial Option and the Humanities: an International Dialogue
- Feb 20, 2008 — Coloniality and Latiniwhat?: Decolonization in Multiple Voices
- Nov 15, 2007 — Coloniality and Gender
- Nov 14, 2007 — Colonialidad/Latinidad: Maria Lugones
- Sep 19, 2007 — Colonialidad/Latinidad: Jose Saldivar