Welcome to the Second Philosophies of Liberation Encuentro
The second meeting of the Philosophies of Liberation Encuentro builds from and extends the work of its inaugural 2019 meeting in Los Angeles, co-hosted by Loyola Marymount University and Casa 0101, a community arts center in Boyle Heights. The Encuentro promotes decolonial theory and praxis aimed at the advancement of human life in community and defense of the living cosmos. This work is inspired by philosophies and practices of liberation and decolonization across the globe.
This meeting will be held virtually via Zoom, bringing together an international gathering of thinkers and artists. This Encuentro is made possible by the generous support of Bowie State University and co-sponsorship of Fordham University and the Council of Hemispheric Affairs.
Please follow the links above for the program and registration. Registration for the conference is free and open to the public. The program is embedded in the webpage. Please scroll down on that page to view the full program. Password for all Zoom sessions: PLE20
Sponsored by Bowie State University
Co-sponsored by Fordham University and Council on Hemispheric Affairs
Virtual Conference: September 11 and 12, 2020
Keynote: Enrique Dussel
El COVID-19 y La Filosofía de la Liberación
COVID-19 and Philosophy of Liberation
Members of the Organizing Team:
Dr. Frederick Mills (Bowie State University), Dr. Gabriela Veronelli (Universidad Nacional de San Martin), Dr. Don Deere (Fordham University), Patricio Zamorano (Council on Hemispheric Affairs), Jimmy Centeno (Independent Scholar, CASA 0101, and AFyL), Preston Carter (PhD Candidate/Fordham University), Iris Soto (Independent Scholar), and Erick Padilla (Independent Scholar).