Decolonizing Knowledge and Power: Postcolonial Studies, Decolonial Horizons
Barcelona, Spain - July 2-12, 2018

Application Deadline: February 5, 2018

The international Summer School, “Decolonizing Knowledge and Power,” is an undertaking that aims at enlarging the scope of the conversation (analysis and investigation) of the hidden agenda of modernity (that is, coloniality) in the sphere of knowledge and higher education. This course is offered through the Center of Study and Investigation for Decolonial Dialogues, in Barcelona, Spain. The seminar will be held at the UAB-Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Casa de la Convalescencia (Hospital de Sant Pau) .

Affiliated Faculty Members include:

Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Linda Martín Alcoff, Nelson Maldonado-Torres,
Ruthie Wilson Gilmore, Oyèrónkẹ́ Oyěwùmí, Emma Pérez, Chela Sandoval,
Ramón Grosfoguel, Abdul Janmohamed, Houria Bouteldja,
Ella Shohat, Sandew Hira, Kwame Nimako, Stephen Small, James Cohen,
Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Daphne V. Taylor-García, Lars Jensen,
Salman Sayyid, Tiffany Ruby Patterson and Alejandro Vallega


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About the Center

El Mirador in Barcelona

El Mirador de Colón on the Mediterranean Sea in Barcelona

Center of Study and Investigation for Decolonial Dialogues is a non-profit and non-governmental organization promoting research, knowledge-making, education (through seminars, workshops, exhibits, round-tables discussions, publications and video-making) and public policy to invent and work towards non-competitive horizons of life, of socio-economic organization and international relations. Non-profit and non-governmental organizations emerge from within civil and political society to address issues that are not supported or attended to by government and corporations. Their function is crucial in building futures that are beyond the regulations of States or the needs of the Corporations. In order for civil and political society to become relevant actors in social transformation and pointing out the limits of corporate values and state regulation, it is necessary to create institutions of knowledge-making not at the service of the state or corporations, but to the benefit of the civil society.

For further inquiries and information, please send e-mail to decolonialknowledge [at] dialogoglobal.com.