EADI Working Group Webinar Series

The EADI Postcolonial Working Group is delighted to announce the 2nd session of their webinar series.

Rosalba Icaza Garza will speak about "Decolonial Feminism and Development"

Rosalba Icaza is a decolonial feminist and International Studies scholar with 15 years of research and teaching experience on gender and development, international political economy and research methodologies. Her publications have advanced a critical re-thinking of the modern/ colonial notion of region and regionalism and a critical enquiry of the knowledges and cosmovisions that have been actively produced as backward or sub-altern by established Knowledge practices. She has published across different disciplines including International Relations, Global Sociology, Gender, Feminism and Development Studies. Her latest article ‘Decolonial feminism and global politics: Border thinking and vulnerability as a knowing otherwise’ is part of the book Critical Epistemology of Global Politics edited by Sebastien Weier and Marc Woons for E-International Relations. In 2016, Rosalba acted as Senior Researcher of the University of Amsterdam Diversity Commission. She is Senior Lecturer of Governance and International Political Economy at the International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University of Rotterdam.

The talk will take place online on 18 January, 2pm (UCT + 1). Please register via this link

Earlier Webinars

The webinar initiated by the EADI Working Group “Postcolonial Perspectives on and within Development (Studies)” took place on 20 October 2017 and features a presentation by Dr. Epifania Amoo-Adare

"(Un)thinking Science: Critical Literacies for 'Postnormal' Times"