José Romero Losacco
Centro de Estudios de las Transformaciones Sociales (IVIC), Venezuela
This article intends to assess the shortcomings in decolonial historiography stemming from the legacy of the research program developed by I. Wallerstein. This is an exercise within the decolonial turn —an attempt to go beyond the moment of criticality, since the flaws of categorial frameworks often emerge just at the time of construction. These contributions for global histories of/from the South aim to resume the questions left open by the first decolonial turn, presenting the global-histories-from-the-South program as a second moment necessary to bring mankind decolonial histories.
Keywords: world-systems, modernity, coloniality, decoloniality, global history.