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09/05/2018 - 09:15
 
The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis

The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis

The concept of crisis seems to be an intermittent category that, every so often, appears in the field of social thought to describe an era, or a matrix of intelligibility to think about the tensions and conflicts that shape different geopolitical scenarios. But this concept not only has served to think about cyclical aspects of the political economy of different countries or regional blocks, but has also worked with culture in its different manifestations: politics, art, and language, among others. This is why the notion of crisis encompasses problems as general as the civilization destiny of an era - with its current approaches to social inequalities, humanitarian, environmental, and representational crises - or more specific issues rooted in the political crises of a country or region.

Regarding the Congress “The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis”, it will be interesting to investigate what crisis concepts are currently being developed and exist in Latin America and the Caribbean, both from instruments of thought and from experiences. What uses are given to the variants of crises in the current situation, and in what capacity is the use of this term? It intends to pay special attention to the different emergency cycles of the concept of crisis as a matrix explanation of a given reality, and also the way in which Latin America and the Caribbean have thought and currently think about regional and global crises. That is, it is about considering this region as a place of enunciation especially capable of producing explanations and models to manage the category of crisis, although these are often dissimilar and contradictory.

Lugar: 
Universidad de Guadalajara, CUCSH, campus Belenes, Auditorio, edificio D
Fechas: 
Thursday, September 6, 2018 - 09:00
Friday, September 7, 2018 - 09:00
Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 09:00
09/06/2018 - 09:00
 
09/06/2018 - 15:00
 
The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis

The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis

The concept of crisis seems to be an intermittent category that, every so often, appears in the field of social thought to describe an era, or a matrix of intelligibility to think about the tensions and conflicts that shape different geopolitical scenarios. But this concept not only has served to think about cyclical aspects of the political economy of different countries or regional blocks, but has also worked with culture in its different manifestations: politics, art, and language, among others. This is why the notion of crisis encompasses problems as general as the civilization destiny of an era - with its current approaches to social inequalities, humanitarian, environmental, and representational crises - or more specific issues rooted in the political crises of a country or region.

Regarding the Congress “The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis”, it will be interesting to investigate what crisis concepts are currently being developed and exist in Latin America and the Caribbean, both from instruments of thought and from experiences. What uses are given to the variants of crises in the current situation, and in what capacity is the use of this term? It intends to pay special attention to the different emergency cycles of the concept of crisis as a matrix explanation of a given reality, and also the way in which Latin America and the Caribbean have thought and currently think about regional and global crises. That is, it is about considering this region as a place of enunciation especially capable of producing explanations and models to manage the category of crisis, although these are often dissimilar and contradictory.

Lugar: 
Universidad de Guadalajara, CUCSH, campus Belenes, Auditorio, edificio D
Fechas: 
Thursday, September 6, 2018 - 09:00
Friday, September 7, 2018 - 09:00
Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 09:00
09/07/2018 - 09:00
 
09/07/2018 - 10:00
 
Apertura de exposiciones fotográficas CALAS

Apertura de exposiciones fotográficas CALAS

Sarah Corona Berkin, Universidad de Guadalajara, México: Yeiyari. Una caminata de 20 años de fotografía wixárika  

Yeiyari es la palabra wixárika para nombrar la caminata que se realiza de un punto a otro. Yeiyari funciona también como una metáfora para el concepto de historia. En los dos grupos de fotografías realizadas con veinte años de distancia se puede apreciar que el cuerpo se transforma de muchas maneras: por una parte, los sujetos fotografiados son distintos, las modas de sus vestimentas cambian, y mudan los escenarios de fondo que son la naturaleza, la arquitectura, el pueblo. Por otra parte, ha cambiado también el cuerpo del fotógrafo que mira el mundo.

Wilfried Raussert, Universidad de Bielefeld, Alemania: Black Matters. Fotografía urbana

Caminar por la ciudad es como leer un libro, ver una película o participar en una actuación de la cotidianidad urbana. Cambiar de lado de la calle es como pasar la página, cambiar la secuencia o cambiar la diapositiva. Capturar todo aquello que se mueve rápidamente, todo lo que llega y se va en segundos, a través del lente de nuestra cámara es una forma visual de contar historias urbanas. La calle que nos dio la bienvenida ayer con un mural de naturaleza urbana compuesto por figuras de árboles, plantas y flores de la ciudad, puede saludarnos al día siguiente con un mural de protesta política o decadencia urbana.

La exposición „black matters – fotografía urbana“ capta estas instancias enfocando en la presencia de los afrodescendiente [oder: de lo afrodescendiente] en las urbes (latino)americanas.

Lugar: 
Biblioteca Pública del Estado de Jalisco Juan José Arreola, Piso 5
Fechas: 
Friday, September 7, 2018 - 14:30
09/07/2018 - 14:30
 
The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis

The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis

The concept of crisis seems to be an intermittent category that, every so often, appears in the field of social thought to describe an era, or a matrix of intelligibility to think about the tensions and conflicts that shape different geopolitical scenarios. But this concept not only has served to think about cyclical aspects of the political economy of different countries or regional blocks, but has also worked with culture in its different manifestations: politics, art, and language, among others. This is why the notion of crisis encompasses problems as general as the civilization destiny of an era - with its current approaches to social inequalities, humanitarian, environmental, and representational crises - or more specific issues rooted in the political crises of a country or region.

Regarding the Congress “The Latin American social thought facing the idea of crisis”, it will be interesting to investigate what crisis concepts are currently being developed and exist in Latin America and the Caribbean, both from instruments of thought and from experiences. What uses are given to the variants of crises in the current situation, and in what capacity is the use of this term? It intends to pay special attention to the different emergency cycles of the concept of crisis as a matrix explanation of a given reality, and also the way in which Latin America and the Caribbean have thought and currently think about regional and global crises. That is, it is about considering this region as a place of enunciation especially capable of producing explanations and models to manage the category of crisis, although these are often dissimilar and contradictory.

Lugar: 
Universidad de Guadalajara, CUCSH, campus Belenes, Auditorio, edificio D
Fechas: 
Thursday, September 6, 2018 - 09:00
Friday, September 7, 2018 - 09:00
Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 09:00
09/08/2018 - 09:00
 
09/08/2018 - 10:00
 
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Perspectivas más allá del Occidentalismo. Teorias poscoloniales y pensamiento decolonial
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