AFyL 2017 : Posglobalization, Decolonization, and Transmodernity
Call For Papers
The border has a double meaning: it certainly separates, but it also unites. The increase in xenophobic manifestations has once again brought into question domestic politics and Mexico's relationship with Latin America, with other countries of the world and, of course, with the United States. Since Trump's rise to the presidency of the United States and the hostility shown so far, there is a possibility of greater independence in Latin American. The conditions could lead to a decolonization stage; but in addition, overt protectionism could result in a new chapter of globalization: post-globalization. All this, only if the people organize and fulfill their mission of 'obeying by commanding', with a government that knows to 'command by obeying'.
The format we propose offers two clearly distinguishable areas of dialogue: on the one hand, an academic forum with its own language and method; And, on the other hand, activist gatherings with their most immediate concerns and adequate dynamics. This meeting aims to link the two areas in terms of a long-term commitment, where the border is defined more as a mere geographical accident than as a political obstacle, a place for the flow of solidarity rather than intolerance.
Key Note Speakers
Enrique Dussel, Ph.D. (UAM-I)
Nelson Maldonado Torres, Ph.D. (Rutgers University)
Topics of interest
Decolonial turn, epistemology, postsecularization, transmodernity, migration, ecology, social movements, femicides, Latinxs in the USA.
Submit a 600 words abstracts prepared for blind review to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach a separate document with name and academic affiliation. Each speaker will have twenty minutes to present his/her paper. In consequence, it is recommended that full papers do not exceed 3500 words.
Deadline for abstracts: June 30
Notice of acceptance: July 15
Deadline for full papers August 31
Conference September 26-29
Web page http://afyl.org/
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Facebook Asociación de Filosofía y Liberación- México
Chairperson: Enrique Dussel
AFyL México: Luis Rubén Díaz Cepeda, Phd.
Jorge Alberto Reyes López
Enrique Téllez, Ph.D.
UACJ: Roberto Sánchez Benítez, Ph.D.
UTEP: Amy Reed-Sandoval, Ph.D.
Asociación de Filosofía y Liberación. México
Programa de Doctorado en Filosofía (UACJ)
Maestría en Estudios Interdisciplinarios de Genero.MEIG (UACJ)
Departamento de Filosofía de la Universidad de Texas en el Paso (UTEP)