ICOFOM LAC Coming Events

Latin American and Caribbean Perspectives on The New Museum Definition: “Decolonization of museum thinking and theory to discuss the definition of museums”, 28th April, 2021

Link to register for Keynote Speaker: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_d0Zqw2c4QFq4UkoivE76Pw?fbclid=IwAR0O7DCBSWYrj_zhP39QvkcVaoeiLTIBbrwGFHRUPHz9LjSwQMjj8D5j5pM

Link to register for Panel: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1TXSlrbTQYOvaLaCl_45tg 

 

ICOFOM LAC are pleased to announce that Walter Mignolo will be the keynote speaker at the first webinar in the project Latin American and Caribbean Perspectives on The New Museum Definition: “Decolonization of museum thinking and theory to discuss the definition of museums”! This webinar will be moderated by Scarlet Galindo, Vice president of ICOFOM LAC.
Walter D. Mignolo is the William H. Wannamaker Professor of Romance Studies and Professor of Literature; and Director of the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities at Duke University. He was associated researcher at Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Quito (2002-2019) and an Honorary Research Associate for CISA (Center for Indian Studies in South Africa) (2015–), Wits University at Johannesburg. He is a Senior Advisor of DOC (Dialogue of Civilizations) Research Institute, based in Berlin and received a Doctor Honoris Causa Degree from the University National of Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2015 and an Honorary Degree from the University of London, Goldsmith, in 2018. Among his books related to the topic are: The Darker Side of the Renaissance. Literacy, Territoriality and Colonization (1995, Chinese and Spanish translation 2015); Delinking: The Rhetoric of Modernity, the Logic of Coloniality and the Grammar of Decoloniality, 2007), translated into German, French, Swedish, Rumanian and Spanish. Local Histories/Global Designs: Coloniality, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking (2000, translated into Spanish, Portuguese and Korean); and The Idea of Latin America, 2006, translated into Spanish, Korean and Italian. On Decoloniality: Concepts, Analysis, Praxis, co-authored with Catherine Walsh, 2018; The Politics of Decolonial Investigations, Duke Press, 2021).
Tune in to this webinar on April 28th, 2021 at 11am Brasília time (GMT-3), 10am EST and AST on Zoom (with translation), Registration Link (limited capacity): https://us02web.zoom.us/…/reg…/WN_d0Zqw2c4QFq4UkoivE76Pw or on Facebook: @icofomlacoficial (without translation).
This project has received support from International Council of Museums – ICOM (SAREC) and Icofom – International Committee for Museology.
The first webinar, “Decolonization of museum thinking and theory to discuss the definition of museums” is co-organized by ICOM El Salvador, ICOM Barbados, and the Museums Association of the Caribbean.

ICOFOM LAC are pleased to announce the panelists for first webinar in the project Latin American and Caribbean Perspectives on The New Museum Definition: “Decolonization of museum thinking and theory to discuss the definition of museums”! This panel will be moderated by Kaye Hall, Vice President of ICOM Barbados.

 

Luciana Souza

Luciana Souza graduated in History from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). She holds a Masters and Doctorate from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO) in the Postgraduate Program in Museology and Heritage (UNIRIO / MAST). She also has a Post-doctorate in History and Heritage from the Federal University of Goiás (UFG). She is currently a consultant of the Archives of Memória Operária do Rio de Janeiro (AMORJ).

 

Fernando Navarro

Fernando Navarro is a Professor and Graduate in Philosophy. He obtained a Masters in Social and Human Sciences with a mention in Political and Social Philosophy from the National University of Quilmes. Since 2009, he has been a member of the Regional Socio-Historical Research Institute dependent on the National University of Rosario and the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (ISHIR / UNR-CONICET) in the Research Support Professional Career. He is Professor of Philosophical, Scientific and Humanistic Thought and Professional Ethics at the Higher School of Museology of the Municipality of Rosario.

 

Ian Bethell Bennett

Ian Bethell Bennett’s current artistic project explores the historical implications of the royal corporation on “for export” in the postcolony. His recent publications focus on unequal development in the Caribbean particularly in The Bahamas and Puerto Rico.  He writes on art and culture and has participated in NE7, NE8, and NE9, as well as in 2018 Double Dutch “Hot Water”. He works around race, gender, class development, and unequal spatial relations.  He writes in the daily newspapers on gender and development.

 

Tune in to this webinar on April 28th, 2021 at 3pm Brazil time (GMT-3), 2pm EST and AST on Zoom (with translation), Registration Link (limited capacity): https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1TXSlrbTQYOvaLaCl_45tg  or on Facebook: @icofomlacoficial (without translation).

 

This project has received support from International Council of Museums – ICOM (SAREC) and Icofom – International Committee for Museology.

The first webinar, “Decolonization of museum thinking and theory to discuss the definition of museums” is co-organized by ICOM El Salvador, ICOM Barbados, and the Museums Association of the Caribbean.

28th ICOFOM LAM REGIONAL MEETING

“Towards a definition of the museum from a Latin American and Caribbean perspective: epistemological foundations”

November 4th -6th  (Virtual mode)

Program

2nd. Notice

1st Notice

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