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Franziska Kusche, Gregor Seidl, Johannes Korak, Marcela Torres Heredia

Europa an seinen Platz rücken. Warum die globalen kolonial/ modernen Machtverhältnisse nicht bloß beschrieben, sondern verändert werden müssen

 

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Vázquez, Rolando; Bobadilla, Carla

“What would it mean to decolonise Europe?” Arts, Options and Practices to overcome Modernity/Coloniality

Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 67-90https://doi.org/10.20446/JEP-2414-3197-37-1-67
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This text reflects a two folded dialogue: The central part of it is an actual dialogue between Carla Bobadilla and Rolando Vázquez about the possibilities and limits of decolonising. It was produced in the wake of a multifaceted decolonial event which took place on April 26 and 27, 2019 at the Tanzquartier in Vienna, including, on one hand, the dance and performance project “The Jaguar and the Snake” by Amanda Piña, Lina María Veneers and Juan Carlos Palma together with nadaproductions1. On the other hand, this event comprised a conversation within the series of the so called “Jaguar Talks”  on questions of decolonising the senses, indigenous contemporaneity, and resistance, in which Rolando Vázquez, among others, took part. The editors of this special issue asked Carla and Rolando if they would be interested in talking about the topics that were brought up during the event and about their work, in which the role of decolonisation in arts, the university, museums, and the practices of the future takes an important place.

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Decoloniality, Decolonial Aesthesis, Europe, Decolonial
methods, artistic research

do Mar Castro Varela, María

Welt „begreifen“ statt „ergreifen“: Bildungsfragen und Strategien des (Re-)Worlding

Sprache: DeutschSeiten: 91-113https://doi.org/10.20446/JEP-2414-3197-37-1-91
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Die Frage der Wissensproduktion bildet einen der Dreh- und Angelpunkte eines postkolonialen Politikverständnisses. Doch wie kann nicht
nur eine eurozentrische Repräsentationspraxis und Wissensproduktion problematisiert, sondern auch ein epistemischer Wandel herbeigeführt werden? Gibt es eine Möglichkeit, nicht-eurozentrisch zu denken? Müssen wir auf Bildungsinstitutionen europäischen Zuschnitts verzichten, oder können diese so transformiert werden, dass sie Widerständigkeiten Raum geben anstatt den hegemonialen Machtstrukturen zu dienen? Der Beitrag lotet die Herausforderungen postkolonialen Denkens aus und diskutiert Strategien für einen politischen und epistemischen Wandel in Universität und Globaler Bildung.

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Torres Heredia, Marcela

From Absences to the Ecologies of Knowledges: Colonial and Decolonial Aspirations in the Scholarly Communication System

Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 114 - 176https://doi.org/10.20446/JEP-2414-3197-37-1-114
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The mechanisms of a scholarly communication system based on monocultural logics discourages plurality, reproduces epistemological absences,
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Corrado, Alexandra

Coloniality and Decoloniality in the Mediterranean: Understanding Migrant Labour in the Global Colonial Agri- Food System

Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 177 - 197https://doi.org/37-1-77
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Global agri-food value chains rely heavily on the exploitation of migrant labour. This context involves mechanisms of racialisation, a hierarchical organisation of social relations, and the reproduction of colonialcapitalist relations of production, which most adequately can be explained by Aníbal Quijano´s concept of coloniality. Drawing on this theoretical approach, the paper analyses recent transformations in the agri-food system in Southern
Europe. In the face of dominant capitalist coloniality, anti-systemic movements for food sovereignty aim to build oppositional practices and models based on epistemic alternatives. One specific case of these, SOS Rosarno, in Southern Italy, which consists of an alliance of different subjects, is looked at closely.

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migrant labour, global coloniality, food sovereignty, racialisation,
Southern Europe

Guthmann, Thomas

Dekolonisierung der Körper – COMPA. Empowerment von Körpern im (post-)kolonialen Raum

Sprache: DeutschSeiten: 198-209https://doi.org/10.20446/JEP-2414-3197-37-1-198
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learning, listening, colonial divide, feminismo otro, decolonial

Aguilar, Valiana; Icaza, Rosalba

Un Feminismo Otro. A Dialogue-Text-Invitation on the (Im) possibilities of Encountering Each Other Across the Colonial Divide

Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 210-238https://doi.org/10.20446/JEP-2414-3197-37-1-210
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Are encounters across the colonial divide possible in a world that is deeply divided between those who consume the lives of others and of
Earth and those who are consumed? ‘Encounters’ here denote moments of possibility opened up by the rupture from, and refusal of, what keeps us incapable of connecting with others who are radically different from us. Our text is organised as a dialogue-text-invitation to our imagined readers-listeners-fellow worlds travellers to consider the following: that ‘ learning each other’ as an onto-epistemic praxis of knowing otherwise cannot solely be explained or fully determined by its opposition to the systems of domination and the order that it confronts. The aim of our dialogue-text-invitation is not to decolonise relations between women that occupy different subject positions. We neither aim to transgress, nor resist established academic criteria. Our aim is to display the (im)possibilities of learning, speaking, listening and getting to know oneself and others as a plural self(ves), and as communal self(ves). We would have liked this text to be a recording of our voices speaking to each other in Spanish, a colonial language, yet one that allows us to speak and listen to each other. We consider that if reading and listening to us leads to the acknowledgement and undoing of coloniality that to this day constitutes the point of departure of academic writing, disciplines and feminism, it means that, our story is becoming yours too.
 

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