Announcements

Symposium / Simposio: GAMALIEL CHURATA: Envisioning the Circulation of Andean Epistemologies in the Age of Globalization

 
Over the last few years Churata has become the most discussed Andean philosopher and his literary and political writings have increasingly provoked and inspired scholars who wish to ground Andean studies within the tensions and conflicts surrounding global contexts of knowledge and decolonial indigeneities  
Posted: 2016-09-22 More...
 

Call for papers / Convocatoria: Deadline for submissions: July 30, 2016 / Recepción de manuscritos: julio 30, 2016

 
Call for papers / Convocatoria  
Posted: 2016-03-18 More...
 

Symposium / Simposio: DE-DECOLONIZATION, INDIGENEITY AND DE-PATRIARCHALIZATION: A BOLIVIAN DEBATE / DES-DESCOLONIZACION, INDIANIDAD Y DESPATRIARCALIZACION: UN DEBATE ACTUAL EN BOLIVIA

 

First Symposium of Bolivianists organized by the LASA-Bolivia Section. University of Pittsburgh, March 26-27, 2015

Sponsors: Center for Latin American Studies, Humanities Center, The Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, University Center for International Studies, Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, Bolivian Studies Journal

 

Primer Simposio de Bolivianistas organizado por la Sección LASA-Bolivia. Universidad de Pittsburgh, 26-27 de marzo 2015

Auspician: Center for Latin American Studies, Humanities Center, The Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, University Center for International Studies, Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, Bolivian Studies Journal

 
Posted: 2014-11-03 More...
 

LVIII SALALM CONFERENCE: INDIGENISM, PAN-INDIGENISM AND COSMOVISIONISM: THE CONFLUENCE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES THOUGHT IN THE AMERICAS

 
Co-hosted by the University of Miami libraries and Florida International University, the overarching theme of the conference is the critical intersection of indigenism, pan-indigenism and cosmovisionism within the context of the indigenous peoples’ modes of thought and action in the Americas.  
Posted: 2013-05-03 More...
 

Latin American Political Theory Workshop: The First Theory of Decolonization / Taller sobre teoría política Latinoamericana: La primera teoría de la descolonización

 

Open to the University of Pittsburgh faculty, graduate students, and interested audience, this workshop will be offered by Bolivian philosopher Rafael Bautista as a post-LASA event organized by the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, with the sponsorship of the Center for Latin American Studies, the LASA-Bolivia section, and the Bolivian Studies Journal.  The workshop will be conducted in Spanish, with English translation.

Rafael Bautista (La Paz, 1968) belongs to the youngest generation of Bolivian philosophers currently producing a theory of decolonization in dialogue with indigenous epistemologies.  He is the author of Hacia una fundamentación del pensamiento crítico: un diálogo con Zemelman, Dussel y Hinkelammert (2011); Octubre, el lado oscuro de la luna (2006); and has published some of the most important political writings in today’s Bolivia: El 18 Brumario del Kananchiri; Las venas abiertas del Estado; ¿Qué significa el ‘vivir bien’?; El terrorismo global; Del estado colonial al estado plurinacional; among others.

Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2012  Location: University of Pittsburgh - 1528 Cathedral of Learning / For registration please contact the organizers at bsj@mail.pitt.edu

 

Abierto a docentes, estudiantes graduados de la Universidad de Pittsburgh y público interesado, el Taller estará a cargo del filósofo boliviano Rafael Bautista en el marco de actividades post-LASA que organiza el Departamento de Lenguas y Literaturas Hispánicas de la Universidad de Pittsburgh, con el patrocinio del Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos, la sección LASA-Bolivia, y la Revista de Estudios Bolivianos. El taller será conducido en español, con traducción al inglés.

Rafael Bautista (La Paz, 1968) pertenece a la generación más joven de filósofos bolivianos comprometidos con la producción de una teoría de la descolonización en diálogo con epistemologías indígenas. Bautista es autor de Hacia una fundamentación del pensamiento crítico: un diálogo con Zemelman, Dussel y Hinkelammert (2011); Octubre, el lado oscuro de la Luna (2006); y ha publicado algunos de los escritos políticos más importantes de la Bolivia actual: EL 18 Brumario del Kananchiri; Las venas abiertas del Estado; ¿Qué significa el ‘vivir bien’?; El terrorismo global; Del estado colonial al estado plurinacional, entre otros.

Fecha: Martes 29 de mayo, 2012 Lugar: Universidad de Pittsburgh - 1528 Cathedral of Learning / Para registrarse favor contactar a las organizadoras bsj@mail.pitt.edu

 
Posted: 2012-02-09 More...
 

Inaugural Conference of the Bolivian Studies Journal / Conferencia Inaugural de la Revista de Estudios Bolivianos

 
BOLIVIA HOY Inaugural Conference of the Bolivian Studies Journal with Pablo Stefanoni, Chris Krueger, Simón Yampara, and Nelson Jordán

Date: Friday, February 25, 2011

Location: Latin American Lecture Room, 171B Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh

 


 

 
Posted: 2011-02-03
 
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