CAPAZ welcomes all those interested to the online series of the I International Seminar on Violence and Conflict in Latin America

CAPAZ welcomes all those interested to the online series of the I International Seminar on Violence and Conflict in Latin America

 

In collaboration with the CALAS Centre (Merian Centre for Advanced Latin American Studies), the Institute for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Universidad del Norte (Colombia), and Justus Liebig University Giessen (Germany), CAPAZ is launching an online  conference series of the I International Seminar, “History and memory of violence and conflicts in Latin America” to address the region’s history of violence and conflict.

The online conferences will take place from August 11 to November 17, 2020.

The inaugural conference will be held on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. (Colombia/Mexico), 6:00 p.m. (Germany). It will be delivered by Mauricio Archila, a Colombian researcher from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, who will review the history of the protests that took place in Colombia between 1975 and 2019.

The opening session and the conferences will be transmitted on Youtube, Canal Uninorte Académico: Link to the inaugural conference

Conference itinerary and international speakers

The virtual conferences will analyse violence and conflicts, as well as memory processes from a Latin American perspective. While in many cases, in the current contexts of some countries, violence persists and continues to have an influence – almost like a colonial legacy – today, the region’s violent past in addressed via a dynamic and controversial approach.

The series includes presentations by Latin American and European researchers, who will present their current investigations on the subject, from different perspectives and complexities:

All conferences will be held at 11:00 a.m. (Colombia/Mexico), and can be seen on the UniNorte Académico Youtube channel:

 

August/2020

August 11 – Opening conference – Mauricio Archila (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
August 18 – Martha Nubia Bello (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
August 25 – Roberto González (Universidad del Norte, Colombia)


September/2020

September 1 – Darío Villamizar (Investigador independiente)
September 8 – Aldo Marchesi (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
September 15 – Alejo Maldonado (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, México)
September 22 – David Díaz Arias (Universidad de Costa Rica, CALAS)
September 29 – Narda Henríquez (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú)


October/2020

October 6 – Stefan Peters (JLU Giessen/Instituto CAPAZ)
October 13 – Barbara Potthast (Universidad de Colonia, Alemania)
October 20 – Thomas Fischer (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Alemania)
October 27 – Rosario Figari Layús (JLU Giessen, Alemania/Instituto CAPAZ)


November/2020

November 3 – Eugenia Alier Montaño (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
November 10 – Rodolfo de Roux (Universidad Jean Jaurès de Toulouse, Francia)
November 17 – Closing conference – Stefan Rinke (FU Berlin, Alemania)

Download the full series itinerary  – August – November 2020 (.pdf, in Spanish)
Download the inaugural session’s promotional piece (.pdf, in Spanish)

 

Students, researchers and the interested public can join the open online sessions through the Uninorte Académico YouTube channel, repeated on with replication on the organisers’ social networks.

The series of conferences of the I International Seminar entitled: “History and memory of violence and conflicts in Latin America” is organised by CAPAZ, Universidad del Norte (Colombia), the CALAS Centre (Merian Centre for Advanced Latin American Studies), and the Justus Liebig University Giessen (Germany).

Further information: www.instituto-capaz.org / info@instituto-capaz.org

 

(NW Text: Claudia Maya. English version: Tiziana Laudato)