Honoring Arturo Escobar | Context & Relationality. 2018

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2018.
Duke University, Rubentein Library. Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room (# 153), 5.30pm

On Relational Ontolog(ies): Common Paths, Common Actions. The work of Arturo Escobar.

Walter Mignolo. Duke, Literature. Center for Global Studies and the Humanities.
Michaeline Crichlow. Duke, African and African American Studies and Sociology.
Diane Nelson. Duke, Cultural Anthropology (via Skype from Guatemala).
Diana Gómez Correal. Universidad de los Andes-Colombia, Center for Development Studies.

With the presence of Arturo Escobar. UNC-Chapel Hill, Anthropology.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2018.
UNC-Chapel Hill, FedEx Global Education Center (GEC). 301 Pittsboro Street. Chapel Hill.
Nelson Mandela Auditorium. 1.30-2.30pm

Transhumancia epistémica: Reflexiones de cuatro décadas de práctica académico-política.
Arturo Escobar. Kenan Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, UNC-Chapel Hill.

(Simultaneous translation will be offered by request)

Plenary/Roundtable. Nelson Mandela Auditorium. 2.30–3.45 pm

Engaged Scholarship: Praxis of academic and activist experiences.

Juan Ricardo Aparicio. Universidad de los Andes-Colombia, Cultural Studies.

Maribel Casas-Cortes. UNC-Charlotte, Global Studies.

Joseph Wiltberger. California State University-Northridge, Central American Studies.

Laura Gutiérrez. Laura Gutiérrez. Universidad del Rosario-Colombia, Anthropology.

Moderator: Gabriela Valdivia. Geography, UNC-Chapel Hill.

 

Reception in the GEC Atrium, 4.00 pm
Music and Dance by Parranda Pavelid and Takiri Studio.

Presented by:
THE CONSORTIUM IN LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES
at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University

 

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