March 1, 2013
After the Postcolonial Turn: Global Perspectives - Empire in Latin America
|Time||Friday, 4:00 pm|
Professor of History
New York University
Elizabeth A. Povinelli
Department of Anthropology
|Location||International Affairs, 918 / Google Map|
Workshop series: After the Postcolonial Turn: Global Perspectives - "Empire in Latin America"
On the premise that post-colonialism (the theory and scholarly practice) and post-coloniality (the historical condition) have both reached a new stage, this series of informal workshop-discussions will compare the specificities of colonial histories across the globe in order to identify commonalities and differences toward the goal of a new conceptualization of those all-too-well-worn words: colonialism and empire.
Greg Grandin, History, New York University
Discussant: Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Anthropology & Gender Studies, Columbia University
Upcoming in the Workshop Series:
Empire in Southeast Asia - April 11, 2013, 4:00PM-6:00PM, IAB 918
For additional about the Workshop series, please click here.
|Co-Sponsor(s)||Blinken European Institute / Website|
|Department of Anthropology / Website|
|Department of East Asian Languages and Culture / Website|
|Department of History|
|Institute of African Studies / Website|
|Institute of Latin American Studies / Website|
|The Harriman Institute / Website|
|The Middle East Institute / Website|
|Weatherhead East Asian Institute / Website|