Issue 25

Willem Assies, in memoriam (1954-2010)

Leonardo Montenegro, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia

Willem Assies – A life in books

Gemma van der Haar, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

A tribute to Willem Assies (1954-2010): reflections on his contribution to peasant and indigenous studies

Cristóbal Kay, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Hague, The Netherlands

Of structured movements and moving structures. An overview of theoretical perspectives on social movements

Willem Assies, CEDLA, The Netherlands

Systemic chaos, civilizing crisis and decolonial projects: thinking beyond the modernity/coloniality civilizing process

Ramón Grosfoguel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

The Long Journey of Decolonizing The Mind in Latin America

Sandew Hira, International Institute for Social Research, The Hague, The Netherlands

‘Rhodes Must Fall:’ South African Universities as Site of Struggle

Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni, University of South Africa

Anti-romani/anti-gypsy racism and the decolonial choice

Helios F. Garcés, Grupo Kale Amengue, España

You, White people

Houria Bouteldja, Centro de Estudios para el Diálogo Mediterráneo, España

Decoloniality and politics of recognition among the Indigènes de la République

Roberto D. Hernandez, San Diego State University, USA

Latifundia, capitalism and internal structural coloniality (13th -17th centuries): theoretical approaches to historical thinking on Andalusian latifundium

Javier García Fernández, Universidad de Coimbra, Portugal

“Difference-as- colony”, governmentality/biopolitics and Good living (communally): decolonial ramifications of Derrida, Foucault’s thinking and postcolonial criticism

Leticia Katzer, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo-Conicet, Argentina

Notes towards a Study of the Orientalist Notions of Civilization Operating in Latin American Political Thought: The Case of Nineteenth Century Chile

Douglas Smith, Universidad de Chile y Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso

Thinking from the opposite side of the abyssal line

Silvia Valiente, Conicet-Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral, Argentina

Notes for a theory of art in History and style, by Jorge Mañach

Yaneidys Arencibia Coloma, Daniel Arencibia Ávila, Maricel Coloma Rizo, Universidad de Oriente y Centro de Estudios y Documentación de la Lucha Clandestina, Cuba

Notes on Social Work disciplinary cosmology

Víctor R. Yáñez Pereira, Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Voices on the web: university students and tweets

Clarena Muñoz Dagua y Martha Cecilia Andrade Calderón, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia