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Imaginemos que el neoliberalismo no existe (Let's imagine that neoliberalism doesn't exist) by Luciana Cadahia

Monday, November 5, 2018 at 12:15pm to 1:10pm

Uris Hall, 153 109 Tower Road, Ithaca, NY 14853

Author of Mediaciones de lo Sensible: Hacia una nueva economía crítica de los dispositivos.

This lecture will be given in Spanish, some form of translation will be available.

Abstract: In the face of the current crisis of neoliberalism, both feminization of politics and populism appear as the only two political alternatives to the system of inequality that organize our lives. However, what kind of link these two forms of political praxis could be take place in our present has not been sufficiently thought about. In this presentation, therefore, I would like to propose a reflection that helps us imagine a possible link between both as an alternative to neoliberalism.

Resumen: Ante la crisis actual del neoliberalismo, tanto la feminización de la política como el populismo aparecen como las dos únicas alternativas políticas al sistema de desigualdad que organiza nuestras vidas. Sin embargo, no se ha pensado de manera suficiente que tipo de vínculo pueden llegar a tener estas dos formas de praxis política.  En esta ponencia, por tanto, me propongo un ejercicio reflexivo que nos ayude a imagina un vínculo posible como alternativa al neoliberalismo.

CV castellano: Luciana Cadahia es Doctora en Filosofía por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Ha sido profesora en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid y FLACSO-Ecuador e investigadora invitada en la Universidad Friedrich Schiller (Alemania), en París I Universidad de la Sorbona (Francia)  y en la Universidad de Brighton (Reino Unido). Acutalmente es investigadora en FLACSO y profesora de Filosofía Contemporánea en la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Es Subdirectora de la región andina del  Center for Advanced Latin American Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (CALAS) y miembro del Consortium of Critical Theory Programs (ICCTP). Trabaja el vínculo entre la filosofía moderna y contemporánea en clave política y estética y también lleva a cabo estudios sobre el populismo, el Estado y la democracia en América Latina. Ha publicado numerosos artículos y libros, entre los que cabe destacar “Mediaciones de lo sensible: Hacia una economía crítica del dispositivo” (Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2017) y “A contracorriente: hacia una teoría renovada del populismo” (Vicepresidencia del Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia, 2018).

CV English: María Luciana Cadahia holds a European Ph.D. in Philosophy from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (2012). She has been a Professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and FLACSO-Ecuador and visiting Researcher and Professor at Friedrich Schiller-Universität Jena, Université Paris I (Sorbonne), University of Brighton and Universidad de Los Andes. Currently she is Professor at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. She is sub-coordinator at Region Office Andean Region of Center for Advanced Latin American Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (CALAS) and member of International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs (ICCTP). She works in the fields of Modern and Contemporary Political theory, focusing on popular sensibility, dispositives, democracy, state and populism. 
She has published numerous papers, essays and books in Argentina, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Spain and Germany. Her most recent book is Sensibility Mediation. Towards a Critique of Dispositives (Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2017). 

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Lecture

Departments

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Cornell Institute for Public Affairs, Latino Studies Program, Anthropology, History, Government, Sociology, City and Regional Planning, Global Learning, Latin American Studies Program (LASP), Global Cornell

Contact E-Mail

lasp@cornell.edu

Speaker

Luciana Cadahia

Speaker Affiliation

Professor at the Facultad LatinoAmericana Ciencies SOciales (FLACSO) [Faculty of Latin American Social Sciences] / Ecuador

Disability Access Information

Wheelchair Accessible, front entrance off of Tower Road

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Free and Open to the Public

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