Sunday, 19 May
Can we contribute to the possibility of an ethical life in a world that is deeply divided between those who consume and those who are consumed, including the life of others and the life of earth?
How to do it?
In this presentation, Rosalba Icaza will share some ideas and examples of collaborative knowledge generation practices aiming at decolonizing knowledge.
Rosalba Icaza is a decolonial feminist teacher-researcher-activist based at the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Rosalba also collaborates with the Universidad de la Tierra, Oaxaca (Land University Oaxaca) and is a member of the Transnational Network Other Knowledges (RETOS).
Date & Time:
- book shop/info shop/library