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Alterity & The Third Landscape

Tue, Dec 1, 2020    7:30pm

Alterity & Third Landscape recapitulates on the accumulated knowledge from previous events by centering the conversation on the meaning of Alterity and its spatial implication. It investigates how Alterity is “represented” or acted upon by different groups. Prof. Anna Dietzsch will lead the conversation around alternative economies and communities. The topic will touch upon how issues of identity and alterity are reshaped when we expose the diversity of experiences (spatial and social) and imaginaries (cultural) around Latin America.

Ana Durán Calisto,Visiting Faculty at Yale University & Co-founder of Estudio A0, Ecuador

Jerá Poty & Lucas Keese, Activist Leader of Guarani-Mbya People & Anthropologist, Brazil

Renato Cymbalista, Faculty at University of São Paulo & FICA Project Board Member, Brazil.

David Gouverneur, Associate Professor at University of Pennsylvania & Professor Emeritus of Universidad Rafael Urdaneta, Venezuela

Moderated by Anna Dietzsch, Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia GSAPP & Director of ArC, Brazil.

The conversations have been co-curated with Adjunct Associate Professor Anna Dietzsch and co-sponsored by Columbia University’s Institute of Latin American Studies and Columbia GSAPP; with support of CGC Rio and CGC Santiago.