Session 5 – “Unity and Struggle: What has been, what is left?” – Series of Talks and Round Tables “…The Silence of the Earth…”

The fifth session of the Series of Talks and Round Tables “Interpelos a partir d’ O Silêncio da Terra. (Post)colonial visualities intersected by the Diamang archive” will be held on next friday, June 18, at 3 p.m. The session “Unity and Struggle: What has been, what is left?”, will have the participation of Aurora Almada (IHC/FCSH), Fabrício Rocha (CES), Vasco Martins (CES), Catarina Simão (artist, independent researcher and Culture Past & Present team), José Augusto Pereira (IHC/FCSH) and Raquel Ribeiro (University of Edinburgh). The session will be moderated by Bruno Madeira (CITCEM) and Rita Lucas Navarra (IHC/FCSH).

The session will be held in a hybrid format: face-to-face in the Main Hall/Salão Nobre of the Rectory of the University of Minho, and online on Zoom and YouTube.

The Series of Talks and Round Tables comprises 7 sessions, between May 14th and June 25th, each subordinate to a particular theme, namely: archives, speeches and languages; work: domination and resistance; race and gender; emancipatory movements; culture and interactions; cinematographic languages: aesthetics and politics (2 sessions).

The cycle is organized by the Landscapes, Heritage and Territory Laboratory (Lab2PT), by the Center for Communication and Society Studies (CECS), by the Interdisciplinary Center for Social Sciences (CICS. NOVA.UMinho), by the Center for Research Network in Anthropology (CRIA-UMinho) and by the Cultures Past & Present Project.