This article presents a reflection on collaborative research processes developed with different indigenous peoples in Colombia.
Tag Archive for ‘Postcolonial Perspectives’
Bridging Histories Through Intercultural Archiving
Much of Indigenous peoples’ knowledge held in archives has been collected through extractive colonial processes without Tribal consent.
The Challenges of Interculturality in the Americas
This dossier invites to focus on interculturalities as an epistemological approach, a dialogical method and an aspiration of inclusiveness.
Sounding the Silences: History, Revision and Inclusion
Histories, like narratives in general, can foreground or exclude. The choice of narrative subject is an inclusory and an exclusionary gesture.
De-colonizing Public History – at the Humboldt Forum?
How can historiography be decolonized in a German institution which is the exhibition site for Berlin’s historical ethnological collections?
A Difficult Legacy with Major Opportunities
The Benin Bronzes have given rise to what is probably the most prominent international discussion concerning looted art.
The Decolonization of the “Conquest” in Mexico
The political leadership of Mexico is using the country’s double anniversary in 2021 to decolonize its Public History.
On the Decolonization of Public Memory
In light of controversially led debates: Which contribution can and should Public History make to a decolonialization of history?