Issue 29

Introduction: thinking on the colonial question

Alejandro De Oto, Laura Catelli, Mario Rufer, Universidad Nacional de San Juan / Universidad Nacional de Rosario / Conicet, Argentina; Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Unidad Xochimilco, México

The Colonial Analogy

Alejandro De Oto, Universidad Nacional de San Juan / Conicet, Argentina

Colonialism and archipelagic decoloniality in the Caribbean

Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel, University of Miami, USA

Feminisms and the colonial wound: a proposal to recover abducted bodies in Brazil

Inara Fonseca y Morgani Guzzo, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso y Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil

Coloniality, Colonialism, and Colonial Studies: Towards a Subalternist-Inflected Comparative Approach Gustavo Verdesio University of Michigan, Abstract: Post-colonial theory and the decolonial option have been getting more and more followers throughout Latin America in the last few years. In both cases, the idea of the colonial, coloniality, and colonialism seems to adopt several ways. Despite that protean fluctuation of utterances, with “colony” as a […]

The Colonial as Silence. Conquest as Taboo: Reflections in the Present Tense

Valeria Añón y Mario Rufer, Universidad de Buenos Aires / Conicet, Argentina y Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Unidad Xochimilco, México

The Colonial in Contemporaneity. Imaginary, Archive, Memory Laura Catelli Universidad Nacional del Rosario / Conicet, Argentina Abstract: This paper explores questions around the senses of the colonial in contemporary times. Specifically, I will address the topics of the imaginary, archive, and cultural memory in relation to the colonial. I will underscore the critical and political potential of heuristics that may […]

The Invention of the Intercultural Subject. To Think “the Colonial” from the Threshold of the Intelligibility of Terror

Patricio Lepe-Carrión, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile

Isaiah Berlin, Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman walking around misery village. The boundaries of the liberal notion of freedom

Jorge Polo Blanco, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Ecuador

Nature Fictions: Scientists, Indians, and Activists

Carlos Diz y Eleder Piñeiro Aguiar, Universidade da Coruña, España y Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile

Conflict and identity and a criticism of memory in Colombia

Fabio Silva Vallejo y Angélica Hoyos Guzmán, Universidad del Magdalena, Colombia

Discourses on youth and being young. A review of discursive formations in social sciences in a Foucauldian key

Sandra del Pilar Gómez Contreras, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia

Of herbalists and their herbs: non-hegemonic creations in Samper Mendoza market

Gloria Stella Barrera Jurado y Jorge Enrique Kuklinski Sicard, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

Social representations on territory among a group of rural women in the municipality of Viotá, Cundinamarca, based on the Havana agreements

Yuri Alicia Chávez Plazas y María Lucero Ramírez Mahecha, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia

From Silly Fools to False Women. The Transgender Figure in the Antioquia Press, 1890-1980

Guillermo Correa Montoya, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia

Energy (Re)territorializations in Neuquén, Argentina

Marie Forget, Silvina Cecilia Carrizo y Sofía Villalba, Université Savoie Mont Blanc, Francia, Universidad Nacional del Noroeste de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires / Conicet, Argentina

Migrations, collective action and coloniality of knowledge in the field of Spanish academia: male and female migrants as invisible/invisibilized political subjects

Alberto Arribas Lozano, University of the Witwatersrand, Sudáfrica