Otros Saberes at LASA2015

Posted: 22 May 2015

Workshop: Imagining Epistemologies Otherwise in the Americas

Caribe Hilton, Conference 5
Wednesday, May 27, 8:00am - 9:45am
Session Organizer: Julia Roth, University of Bielefeld
Chair: Anne Tittor, University of Bielefeld
Presenters:
Manuela Boatca, Freie Universität Berlin
Claudia Rauhut, Institute of Latin American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin
Julia Roth, University of Bielefeld

Panel: Decolonizing Knowledge Practices

Caribe Hilton, Salon del Mar B
Wednesday, May 27, 6:00pm - 7:45pm
Chair: Rosana L Simons, UCLA César E. Chávez Dept of Chicana/o Studies

  • Co-Creating "bozalta": A Decolonial Interactive-Archive: Rosana L Simons, UCLA César E. Chávez Dept of Chicana/o Studies
  • El diseño de espacios populares de formación y organización política para promover la solidaridad haitiana-venezolana: Jeanette Charles, Universidad Bolivariana de Venezuela
  • Outros Saberes para Outras Democracias: Um diálogo a partir da experiência da Universidade Pública Haitiana: Pâmela M Marques
Panel: Latin American Indigenous Futures

Caribe Hilton, Murphy 4
Thursdsay, May 28, 10:00am - 11:45am
Session Organizer: Emma Cervone, Johns Hopkins University
Chair: Emma Cervone, Johns Hopkins University

  • An End to Indigeneity?: Reconceptualizing the Political Uses of Indigeneity in Bolivia Today: Nancy G Postero, University of California/San Diego; Nicole W Fabricant, Towson University
  • Indigenous peoples, community and disputed legalities in Guatemala: Rachel Sieder, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
  • Memorias de mujeres indígenas: interseccionalidad, despojos y sentidos de justicia.: Natalia Leonor De Marinis, UNAM
  • Indigenous Women Migrants: Navigating the Shadowy Space of Neoliberal Multicriminalism: Shannon Speed, University of Texas/Austin
Panel: Disarticulating Mestizaje: Archive, Capital, and Difference

Caribe Hilton, Murphy 1
Thursday, May 28, 12:00pm - 1:45pm
Session Organizer: José Antonio Lucero, University of Washington
Chair: José Antonio Lucero, University of Washington

  • Jack D. Forbes and The Indigenous Approach to Mestiza/o History: Notes Toward a Speculative Historiography for a Future without Europe: Simon V Trujillo, New York University
  • Ugly Abstraction and Colonial Objectivity (Mexico City, Circa 1604): Raquel Albarrán, University of Washington
  • Motley Mestizaje: René Zavaleta Mercado and the Sociology of Abigarramiento: José Antonio Lucero, University of Washington
  • Revisiting Mestizaje in the Filipinas: Representation and Ethnography: Alicia Arrizón, UC Riverside

Discussant: Jason O Chang, University of Connecticut

Panel: "Endangered" Heritage, Precarious Heritagization

Caribe Hilton, Murphy 1
Thursday, May 28, 2:00pm - 3:45pm
Session Organizer: Michelle L Bigenho, Colgate University
Chair: Michelle L Bigenho, Colgate University

  • De-Heritagization: Debating UNESCO and Heritage Tourism in Antigua Guatemala: Walter E Little, SUNY/University at Albany
  • Other Ways of Seeing Bolivian Heritage: Michelle L Bigenho, Colgate University
  • "Standing There Like a Statue": Death and Vitality in Salvador, Bahia's Pelourinho Historical Center: John F Collins, City University of New York
  • Assembling the Historic City: Dwelling, Translation, and the Mobility of Local Lifeworlds in a Cuban UNESCO World Heritage Site: Matthew J Hill, UMass Amherst

Discussant: Joanne Rappaport, Georgetown University

Panel: De la teoría a la acción participativa: metodologías de enseñanza para el cambio social en América Latina

Caribe Hilton, Murphy 1
Thursday, May 28, 4:00pm - 5:45pm
Chair: Jorge Garcia, Ithaca College

  • SoyPoderoso: Sequencing, Empathy, and Accountability in Community-Based Film Programs in the Americas: Jorge Garcia, Ithaca College
  • Saberes desde los márgenes: la fotografía participativa como estrategia de desarrollo comunitario en América Latina, Europa y Asia: Laura Tejero Tabernero, Complutense University of Madrid
  • Sunshine in a Backpack: Using Learning Design and Technology Methods Towards Adventure-Based Learning Experiences and Long-Term Mentoring in the Dominican Republic: Lisette G Reyes

Discussant: Maria Alejandra Zambrano, Ithaca College

Panel: Human Rights, Development and the Politics of Knowledge Production

Caribe Hilton, Murphy 1
Friday, May 29, 10:00am - 11:45am
Chairs: Linda S Stevenson, West Chester University; James Beveridge

  • Social Development in Latin America: Issues with Theoretical Frameworks from Above: Linda S Stevenson, West Chester University
  • Human Rights and Horizontalism in Practice: Examples from the Americas: Rosemary A Barbera, La Salle University
  • Otrosaberes y Otroshaceres en tiempos de Crisis y Guerras: Xochitl Leyva
  • Roads to development: The Bolivian state's appropriation of indigenous knowledge as Buen Vivir: James Beveridge
  • Media Reform, Communicative Sovereignty and the Geopolitics of Knowledge Production in South America: Katherine M Reilly, Simon Fraser University

Discussant: Rosemary A Barbera, La Salle University

Panel: Emergent Voices, Divergent Approaches: Theorizing Contemporary Indigenous Literature

Caribe Hilton, Murphy 1
Friday, May 29, 2:00pm - 3:45pm
Session Organizer: Hannah A Burdette, Lycoming College
Chair: Hannah A Burdette, Lycoming College

  • In the Black Market of the Lettered City: Literary Contraband, Insurgency, and Indigenous Poetics: Hannah A Burdette, Lycoming College
  • El lector in/migrante y la apuesta trans-fronteriza: Juan G Sanchez, Mount Allison University
  • Resemantización contra asimilación: la versión indígena del saber hegemónico en los Andes: Maria X Postigo Guzman, Vassar College
  • Metaphors of Embodiment and Disembodiment in the Maya Poetry of Calixta Gabriel Xiquín: Elizabeth R Bell, Ball State University

Discussant: Gloria Chacón, University of California/San Diego

Panel: Apuestas y posibilidades desde la exclusión

Caribe Hilton, Boardroom 3
Saturday, May 30, 10:00am - 11:45am
Session Organizer: Felipe Gómez Gutiérrez, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: María Constanza Guzmán, York University/Glendon College

  • Pulcritud and hedor epistemológico in Latinoamerica: Joshua Price, State University of New York/Binghamton
  • La autonomía zapatista: una ética del "no": Irene Fenoglio Limón, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos
  • De nahuales a perros de guerra: resistencia indígena, cooptación y cómics frente al mercado global en dos novelas gráficas de Edgar Clément: Felipe Gómez Gutiérrez, Carnegie Mellon University

Discussant: Karen A Faulk, Carnegie Mellon University