EDGARDO LANDER: EUROCENTRIC COLONIAL THOUGHT AS AN OBSTACLE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANOTHER POSSIBLE WORLD
Museo Jumex organizes a series of lectures and presentations that address issues relevant to the exhibition Memories of Underdevelopment.
In the past 20 years, with the so-called progressive political processes, Latin America seemed as the continent of hope, the historical verification that, in the context of the deep civilization crisis humanity is going through, another world was possible. Today, we are confronted with the severe limitations of those experiences, largely due to not having been able to break with the Eurocentric colonial knowledge that has retained its hegemony.
Edgardo Lander is a Venezuelan sociologist, Emeritus Professor of the Universidad Central de Venezuela. Fellow of the Transnational Institute (Amsterdam) and a member of the Grupo Permanente de Alternativas al Desarrollo (Fundación Rosa Luxemburg, Quito).
Mariana Botey and Irene V. Small
15.MAY. / 7:30PM
Elvira Espejo Ayca: Weaving life. The textile collection of the Museo Nacional de Etnografía y Folklore, La Paz, Bolivia, according to its chain of production
19.MAY. / 4PM
Artist Panel: Fernando “Coco” Bedoya, Carolina Caycedo y Fernando Palma
19.MAY. / 5PM
Andrea Giunta: The mass, the poet and the bourgeois
16.JUN. / 5PM