• Publications of Walter Mignolo

      • Books

          • 2015.
          • La idea de América Latina la herida colonial y la opción decolonial.
          • Gedisa.
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Local Histories/Global Designs. Coloniallity, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking.
          • Princeton University Press.
          Publication Description

          With a new preface by the author.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Desobediencia epistemica.
          Publication Description

          Translated in several languages (German, French,Swedish, Rumanian and Spanish).

          • W Mignolo and F Carballo.
          • 2015.
          • Una concepcion descolonial del mundo Conversacion de Francisco Carballo con Walter Mignolo.
          • Ediciones del Signo and Globalization and Humanities Project.
          • 158 p.
          Publication Description

          A dialogue on the the foundation and unfolding of paradigm modernity/coloniality and its unfolding till the present.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Histórias locais/projetos globais. Colonialidade, saberes subalternos e pensamiento liminar.
          • Belo Horizonte, Universidad Mina Gerais.
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Histórias locais/projetos globais. Colonialidade, saberes subalternos e pensamiento liminar.
          • Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Universidad Mina Gerais.
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Local Histories/Global Designs. Coloniallity, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking.
          • New Jersey:
          • Princeton University Press.
          • 408 p.
          Publication Description

          This book is an extended argument on the "coloniality" of power by one of the most innovative scholars of Latin American studies. In a shrinking world where sharp dichotomies, such as East/West and developing/developed, blur and shift, Walter Mignolo points to the inadequacy of current practice in the social sciences and area studies. He introduces the crucial notion of "colonial difference" into study of the modern colonial world. He also traces the emergence of new forms of knowledge, which he calls "border thinking." Further, he expands the horizons of those debates already under way in postcolonial studies of Asia and Africa by dwelling in the genealogy of thoughts of South/Central America, the Caribbean, and Latino/as in the United States. His concept of "border gnosis," or what is known from the perspective of an empire's borderlands, counters the tendency of occidentalist perspectives to dominate, and thus limit, understanding. The book is divided into three parts: the first chapter deals with epistemology and postcoloniality; the next three chapters deal with the geopolitics of knowledge; the last three deal with the languages and cultures of scholarship. Here the author reintroduces the analysis of civilization from the perspective of globalization and argues that, rather than one "civilizing" process dominated by the West, the continually emerging subaltern voices break down the dichotomies characteristic of any cultural imperialism. By underscoring the fractures between globalization and mundializacion, Mignolo shows the locations of emerging border epistemologies, and of post-occidental reason. © 2000 by Princeton University Press. All Rights Reserved.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La idea de America Latina.
          • Gedisa.
          • 2014.
          • Historias Locales/Diseños Globales. Colonialidad, conocimientos subalternos y pensamiento fronterizo.
          • Akal.
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Darker Side of the Renaissance: Literacy, Territoriality and Colonization.
          • The University of Michigan Press.
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Elementos para una teoría del texto literario.
          • Crítica Grijalbo.
          • 383 p.
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Textos, modelos y metáforas.
          • Universidad Veracruzana.
          • 267 p.
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Teoría del texto e interpretación de textos.
          • Universidad Autonoma de México.
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Idea of Latin America.
          • Blackwell.
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Desobediencia epistemica: retorica de la modernidad, logica de la colonialidad y gramatica de la descolonialidad.
          • Ediciones del Signos y Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke U.
          Publication Description

          Spanish translation of "Delinking: Rhetoric of Modernity, Logic of Coloniality, and Grammar of Decolniality", published in Globalization and the Decolonial Option, Routledge, 2009. German translation by Jens Kessner in process, to be published in Austria. French translation by Claude Bourguignon to be published in Belgium.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Darker Side of Western Modernity: Global Futures, Decolonial Options.
          • Duke University Press.
          • 408 p.
          Publication Description

          During the Renaissance and the Enlightenment, coloniality emerged as a new structure of power as Europeans colonized the Americas, while building on the idea of Western civilization and modernity as the endpointS of historical time and Europe as the center of the world. Walter D. Mignolo argues that coloniality is the darker side of modernity, a complex matrix of power that has been created and controlled by Western men and institutions from the Renaissance, when it was driven by Christian theology, through the late twentieth century and the dictates of neoliberalism. This cycle of coloniality is coming to an end. Two main forces are challenging Western leadership in the early twenty-first century. One of these, “dewesternization,” is an irreversible shift to the East in struggles over knowledge, economics, and politics. The second force is “decoloniality.” Mignolo explains that decoloniality requires delinking from the colonial matrix of power underlying Western modernity to imagine and build global futures in which human beings and the natural world are not exploited in the relentless quest for wealth accumulation.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • De la hermenéutica y la semiosis colonial al pensar descolonial.
          • Quito, Ecuador:
          • Abya Yala y Universidad Politecnica Salesiana.
          • 145 p.
          Publication Description

          A collection of five articles, in Spanish, from 1983 to 1995 that are the foundation of my major books since ¨The Darker Side of the Renaissance.¨ An introduction by Gustavo Verdesio explains the trajectory.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El vuelco de la razón: diferencia colonial y pensamiento fronterizo.
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • Ediciones del Signo and Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke University.
          • 182 p.
          Publication Description

          In this collection of four articles, the book explores the concept of colonial difference (as well as imperial difference) and argues that it is there where border thinking dwells. Consequently, the decolonial option found its existential and analytic niche as well as the energy to imagine and enact, collectively and globally, the visions of a pluriversal and non-capitalist future world order.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Modernity and Decoloniality.
          • 48 p.
          Publication Description

          An annotated bibliography of the research project modernity/coloniality/decoloniality after 13 years of its formation

          Introduction The epistemic and political project known as modernity/(de)coloniality originated in South America, more specifically in the Andean region. To say “modernity and decoloniality” is to name in a colonial way the project that is being decolonized. Modernity/(de)coloniality are complex, heterogeneous, and historical structural concepts. They are entangled in ways shown by the work of groups introduced in this article. The key concept, however, is coloniality. Like many other similar and parallel projects (see the article on the Caribbean Philosophical Association), the key concept of coloniality calls into question the idea that knowledge is disembodied and independent of any specific geohistorical locations. The members involved in the project argue that such belief has been created and implanted by dominant principles of knowledge that originated in Europe since the Renaissance. In order to build a universal conception of knowledge, Western epistemology (from Christian theology to secular philosophy and science) has pretended that knowledge is independent of the geohistorical (Christian Europe) and biographical conditions (Christian white men living in Christian Europe) in which it is produced. As a result, Europe became the locus of epistemic enunciation, and the rest of the world became the object to be described and studied from the European (and, later on, the United States), perspective. This article concentrates on the overall profile of the project and on those members of the collective that, in the first stage, provided the foundational concepts and, in the second stage, expanded the base toward new horizons. We have entered a period in which universal assumptions about knowledge production are being displaced. In other words, knowledge, like capitalism, no longer comes from one center; rather, it is geopolitically distributed. That global distribution demanded a concept to account for it. Geopolitics of knowledge is a key concept in modernity, coloniality, and decoloniality.

          • WD Mignolo and M Tlostanova.
          • 2014.
          • Learning to Unlearn: Decolonial Reflections from Eurasia and the Americas.
          • Columbus, Ohio:
          • Ohio University Press.
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Epistemischer Ungehorsam. Rhetorik der Moderne, Logik der Kolonialität und Grammatik der Dekolonialität (German Translation).
          • Vienna, Austria:
          • Verlag Turia + Kant.
          • 210 p.
          Publication Description

          Hier wird ein zentraler Autor der lateinamerikanischen Dekolonialismus-Debatte vorgestellt. »Epistemischer Ungehorsam« ist ein umfassendes Projekt, das - wie jeder Ungehorsam - mit einer Infragestellung bestehender Regelsysteme und Begründungszusammenhänge beginnt: Walter D. Mignolo unterzieht das okzidentale Denken einer Hinterfragung. Das Epistemische seines Ungehorsams bezieht sich nicht auf die Philosophie alleine. Es setzt dem Okzidentalen insgesamt eine theoretische und zugleich praxisbezogene Option entgegen - die Dekolonialität. Kontexte und Begriffe dieses lateinamerikanischen Postkolonialismus werden in einer Einleitung von Jens Kastner und Tom Waibel erläutert.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The idea of Latin America (Korean Translation).
          • Seoul, South Korea:
          • Editorial Greenbee.
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 1999.
          • Local Histories/Global Designs: Coloniality, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking.
      • Papers Published

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • 7) Prophets Facing Sidewise: The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • 111-128
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Looking for the meaning of 'Decolonial Gesture'.
          • E-misferica
          • 11:
          • 6600 words
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          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • 3) 'Un paradigma otro’: Colonialidad global, pensamiento fronterizo y cosmopolitanismo crítico.
          • 127-147
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Modernity and Decoloniality. An annotated bibliography.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Crossing Gazes and the Silence of the 'Indians': Theodor De Bry and Guaman Poma de Ayala.
          • 173-223
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Democracia liberal, camino de la autoridad humana y transición al bien vivir.
          • Revista Sociedade e Estado.
          • 29:
          • 21-44
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • From 'Human Right' to 'Life Rights'.
          • 161-181
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Further Thoughts on (De) Coloniality.
          • .
          Publication Description

          As the title says, further thoughts on decolonialty in dialogue with black critique and postcoloniality

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 101.1:
          • 56-96
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Los abatares del discurso mimético.
          • Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana
          • 2:
          • 5-13
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • El pensamiento descolonial. Desprendimiento y apertura.
          • El pensamiento filosofico latinoamerica, del Cabire y "latino". 1300-2000
          • 659-672
          • .
          Publication Description

          Reprint of an article originally published in Tabula Rasa 8, 2008, Universidad de Cundinamarca, Colombia.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • At the end of the university as we know it.
          • Campaign for the Public University
          • .
          Publication Description

          Reprint of a long op ed published in my blog, and of a shorter version published in Pagina 12, Argentina under the title "Retorica del desarrollo y colonialidad del saber" http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/universidad/10-124958-2009-05-15.html This is a Web Page in England Campaigning for Preserving the Function of the Public University.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Immigrant Consciousness.
          • Rodolfo Kusch, Indigenous and Popular Thought in America
          • xii-llv
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Geopolitics of sensing and kowing: on (de) coloniality, border thinking and epistemic disobedience.
          • Confero. Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics
          • 1:
          • 129-150
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • A revolucao teorica dos Zapatistas: seu historico, sua etica e suas consequencias politicas.
          • 173-206
          • .
          Publication Description

          Portuguese translation of The Zapatistas' Theoretical Revolution: Its Historical, Ethical and Political Consequences.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Post-occidentalismo: el argumento desde América Latina.
          • 26-49
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Citizenship, Knolwedge and the Limits of Humanity.
          • American Literary History
          • 18:
          • 312-331
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The Idea of Latin America.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Desobediencia epistemica: retorica de la modernidad, logica de la colonialidad y gramatica de la descolonialidad.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Spanish translation.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • La idea de América Latina (la derecha, la izquierda y la opción descolonial).
          • Crítica y Emancipación
          • 1:
          • 251-276
          • .
          Publication Description

          Response to my critics of La Idea of Latin America, Blackwell, 2005 (Sp translation, La idea de América Latina, Gedisa, 2006)

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Epistemic Disobedience, Independent Thought and Decolonial Freedom.
          • Theory, Culture and Society
          • 26:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Islamophobia/Hispanophobia: The (re)Configuration of the Racial Imperial/Colonial Matrix.
          • Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge
          • 1:
          • 13-28
          • .
          • VP Lee, L Hongling and WD Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Global coloniality and the Asian century.
          • Cultural Dynamics
          • 27:
          • 185-190
          • .
          • B Fields and K Page.
          • 2015.
          • Preface.
          • 2015-June:
          • .
          • R Kramer, N XiaoM and X-N Zhou.
          • 2014.
          • Preface.
          • 86:
          • xvii-xxi
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Spirit out of bounds returns to the East: The closing of the social sciences and the opening of independent thoughts.
          • Current Sociology
          • 62:
          • 584-602
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Le Salaire de la Peur: The Rhetoric of Modernity and the Logic of Coloniality (In French).
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The De-Colonial Option and the Meaning of Identity in Politics.
          • Studies in Honor of Heitor Martins
          • 11-31
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El pensamiento descolonial: Reflexiones finales.
          • Comentario International (Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, Quito, Ecuador)
          • 7:
          • 186-194
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The De-Colonial Option and the Meaning of Identity in Politics.
          • Anales. Instituto Iberoamericano, Universidad de Goteborg, Sweden
          • 43-72
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El pensamiento descolonial: desprendimiento y apertura.
          • 25-46
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Many Faces of Cosmo-Polis: Border Thinking and Critical Cosmopolitanism.
          • The 'Universal' in Human Rights: A Precondition for a Dialogue of Cultures. XVth Conference of the Académie de la Latinité. Reference Text
          • 225-278
          • .
          Publication Description

          XVth Conference of the Académie de la Latinité. Reference Text.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Prólogo: Separar las palabras de las cosas.
          • 15-26
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Cambiando las éticas y las políticas del conocimiento: lógica de la colonialidad y postcolonialidad imperial.
          • Educación superior, interculturalidad y descolonización
          • 55-86
          • .
          Publication Description

          Reprint of an article published in Tabula Rasa, Colombia and in Tristes Tropicos, 2006, http://www.tristestopicos.org/walter% 20mignolo_postcolonialidad_tristestopicos.pdf

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Splendors and Miseries of ’Science’: Coloniality, Geopolitics of Knowledge and Spistemic Pluriversality.
          • 353-375
          • .
          • W Mignolo and M Tlostanova.
          • 2014.
          • The Logic of Coloniality and the Limits of Postcoloniality.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • 225-258
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and F Schiwy.
          • 2014.
          • Double Translation. Transculturation and the Colonial Difference.
          • Información y Comunicación. Revista Científica
          • 4:
          • 12-34
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Revisando las Reglas del Juego.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia
          • 8:
          • 321-334
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La opcion descolonial. Desprendimiento y Apertura. Un Manifiesto y un caso..
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades
          • 8:
          • 243-281
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Revisando las reglas del juego.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia 8
          • 321-334
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La opción descolonial. Desprendimiento y apertura. Un Manifiesto y un Caso.
          • 175-208
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Thinking Decolonially: Citizenship, Knowledge and the Limits of Humanity.
          • 225-258
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Futuros Globales y Opciones Descoloniales.
          • 137-152
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Racism As We Sense It Today.
          • PMLA
          • 123:
          • 1737-42
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El pensamiento des-colonial: desprendimiento y apertura. Un manifiesto.
          • Tristestópicos
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Prophets Facing Sidewise: The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • Social Epistemology
          • 19:
          • 111-128
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Qué clase de textos son géneros? Fundamentos de topología textual.
          • Acta poética
          • 4-5:
          • 25-51
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Diálogo y Conversación.
          • Diálogos Hispánicos
          • 6:
          • 3-26
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Anáhuac y sus Otros: la cuestión de la letra en el Nuevo Mundo.
          • Revista de crítica literaria latinoamericana
          • 28:
          • 29-53
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Colonial Situations, Geographical Discourses and Territorial Representations: Toward a Diatopical Understanding of Colonial Semiosis.
          • Speical issue of Dispositio on Colonial Discourse
          • XIV:
          • 93-140
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Theoretical and fuzzy domains. An essay in conceptual elucidation.
          • Proceedings of the XII Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association
          • 5:
          • 253-264
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Colonial and Postcolonial Discourse: Cultural Critique or Academic Colonialism?.
          • Latin American Research Review
          • 28:
          • 120-131
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Espacios geográficos y localizaciones epistemológicas o la ratio entre la localización geográfica y la subalternizacion de conocimientos.
          • Brazil: Proceedings of the 5th Congress of Comparative Literature, 91-96
          • 1:
          • 11-32
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Géopolitique de la connaissance, colonialité du pouvoir et différence coloniale.
          • Multitudes
          • 56-71
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Silencios da autoridade: A colonialidade do ser e do saber.
          • Grial: Revista Galega de Cultura
          • 165:
          • 26-31
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Globalizacion, doble traduccion y interculturalidad.
          • Revista Educativa Cultural Saint Andrew’s (Special Issue on "Colonialidad del Saber y Educación)
          • 1:
          • 52-61
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • A globalizacion e a xeopolitica do coñecemento: o papel das humanidades na universidade corporativa.
          • A Literatura Compadad Oxe. Boletín Galego da Literatura
          • 33:
          • 97-119
          • .
          Publication Description

          Translation to Galego, the language of Galicia Spain, of an article published in Nepantla, titled "Globalization and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: The Role of the Humanities in the Corporate University."

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Who Speaks for the "Human" in Human Rights?.
          • Hispanic Issues On Line (Special Issue: Human Rights in Latin America and Iberian Cultures)
          • 5:
          • 7-25
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and M Tlostanova.
          • 2014.
          • Global Coloniality and the Decolonial Option.
          • Kultur (Special Issue: Epistemologies of Transformation)
          • 6:
          • 130-147
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Dispensable and Bare Lives: Coloniality and the Hidden Politica/Economy Agenda of Modernity.
          • Human Architecture. Journal of the Sociology of Self-knowledge
          • 2:
          • 69-88
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and M Tlostanova.
          • 2014.
          • On Pluritopic Hermeneuics, Trans-modern Thinking and Decolonial Philosophy.
          • Encounters: International Journal for the Study of Culture and Society
          • 1:
          • 9-26
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El pensamiento descolonial. Desprendimiento y apertura.
          • El pensamiento filosofico latinoamerica, del Cabire y "latino". 1300-2000
          • 659-672
          • .
          Publication Description

          Reprint of an article originally published in Tabula Rasa 8, 2008, Universidad de Cundinamarca, Colombia.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Desobediencia epistemica, pensamiento independiente y liberacion decolonial.
          • Otros Logos. Revista de Estuidios Criticos
          • I:
          • .
          Publication Description

          Resumen Desde hace algún tiempo los académicos tuvieron como supuesto que el sujeto cognoscente en las disciplinas del saber es transparente, está apartado de lo que conoce y no es tocado por la configuración geopolítica de un mundo en donde las personas y las regiones mundiales son clasificadas racialmente. Hoy en día ese supuesto ya no se puede sostener, aunque todavía haya muchos que creen en él. En juego está el tema del racismo y la epistemología. Por ello, ante la generación de un racismo epistemológico contenido en la razón imperial moderna, que niega y subvaloriza a los sujetos y saberes no- 1 Traducción: Iván Jacobo Herrera (Cideci-Unitierra Chiapas). Texto original: “Epistemic Disobedience, Independent Thought and De-Colonial Freedom”, en: Theory, Culture & Society 2009 (SAGE, Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore), Vol. 26(7–8), pp.1–23. ∗ Profesor de Romance Studies and Literature en Duke University y Director del ‘Center for Global Studies and the Humanities’ (http://trinity.duke.edu/globalstudies). Sus publicaciones incluyen: The Darker Side of the Renaissance: Literacy, Territoriality and Colonization (1995; premiada con el ‘Catherine Singers Kovacs Prize’ por la Modern Languages Association), Local Histories/Global Designs: Coloniality, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking (2000) y The Idea of Latin America (2005; obra ganadora del reconocimiento ‘Frantz Fanon’ de la ‘Philosophical Caribbean Association’). Su próximo libro, el tercero de la trilogía con The Darker Side y Local Histories, será publicado por Duke University Press y se titula: The Darker Side of Western Modernity: Global Futures, Decolonial Options El presente artículo está basado en un capítulo de dicho libro. 8 occidentales, el desenganche y la decolonialidad política y epistémica se pone en primer plano, así como la instauración de conocimientos decoloniales, pasos necesarios para imaginar y construir sociedades no-imperiales/coloniales, democráticas y justas. Palabras claves: geopolítica del conocimiento, epistemología eurocentrada, opción decolonial, desobediencia epistémica, Decolonialidad política y del pensamiento.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Immigrant Consciousness.
          • Rodolfo Kusch, Indigenous and Popular Thought in America
          • xii-liv
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and H Liang.
          • 2014.
          • From Global Colonialism to Global Coloniality: Introduction to a Round Table Discussion.
          • Localities
          • 2:
          • 331-336
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and R Vazquez.
          • 2014.
          • Introduction to Decolonial Aesthesis: Colonial Wounds, Decolonial Healings.
          • Social Text-Periscope (Web Publication)
          • 9-9
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Epistemic Disobedience: The Decolonial Option and the Meaning of Identity in Politics.
          • 22:
          • 34-72
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          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La dispersión de la palabra.
          • 470-95
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Alguenos aspectos de la coherencia del discurso (literario).
          • 273-99
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La instancia del Y O en ’Las dos Historias’ de F. Hernández.
          • 171-185
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • What is Wrong with the Theory of Literature?.
          • 305-307
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Discurso ensayístico y tipología textual.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Aesthetic Function, Literariness and Góngora’s Poetry.
          • 443-462
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Ficción Fantástuca y Mundos Posibles (Borges, Bioy y Blanqui).
          • 481-486
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La historia de la escritura y la escritura de la historia.
          • 13-28
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Semiosis y universos de sentido.
          • 47-65
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Jorge Luis Borges.
          • III:
          • 285-340
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Semiosis, Coherence and Universes of Meaning.
          • 477-499
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Teorías literarias o de la literatura? Qué son y para que sirven?.
          • 41-78
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • One Hundred Years of Solitude and the Undergraduate Curriculum.
          • 63-78
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Zur Frage der Schriftlichkeit in der Legitimation der Conquista.
          • 86-102
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • When speaking was not good enough: illiterates, barbarians, savages and cannibals.
          • 312-345
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La colonización del lenguaje y la memoria: complicidades de la letra, el libro y la historia.
          • 182-220
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Quand parler ne suffisait pas: illettrés, barbares, sauvages et cannibales.
          • 149-184
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Literacy and the reconfiguration of memory: writing histories of people without history.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Discursos pronunciados con el corazón caliente: conceptciones del habla y de la escritura en situaciones coloniales.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Afterword: Writing and Recorded Knowledge in Colonial and Postcolonial Situations.
          • 292-312
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Signs and Their Transmission: The Question of the Book in the New World.
          • 220-270
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Indigenous Intellectuals.
          • 112:
          • 1140-1141
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Gnosis, Colonialism and Cultures of Scholarship.
          • 311-338
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Globalization, Civilization Processes and the Relocation of Languages and Cultures.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Linguistic Maps, Literary Geographies, Cultural Landscapes.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Globalización, procesos civilizatorios, y la reubicación de lenguas y culturas.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La storiografia nascente: forme della memoria nelle tradizione amerindie e nella tradizione europea.
          • 75-90
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Diferencia colonial y razón postoccidental.
          • 3-28
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Larger Picture: Hispanics/Latinos (and Latino Studies) in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • 99-124
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Dussel’s Philosophy of Liberation: Ethics and the Geopolitics of Knowledge.
          • 27-50
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • (Post) Occidentalism, (Post) Coloniality, and (Post) Subalternity.
          • 86-118
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Signs and their Transmission: the Question of the Book in the New World.
          • 351-374
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Human Understanding and (Latin) American Interests: The Politics and Sensibilities of Geo-Historical Locations.
          • 180-202
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Coloniality at Large: Time and the Colonial Difference.
          • 237-272
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La colonialidad a lo largo y a lo ancho: el hemisferio occidental en el horizonte colonial de la modernidad.
          • 55-86
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Rethinking the Colonial Model.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Globalization and the Borders of Latinity.
          • 77-101
          • .
          • W Mignolo and F Schiwy.
          • 2014.
          • Beyond Dichotomies: Translation/transculturation and the Colonial Difference.
          • 251-286
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Colonialidad global, capitalismo y hegemonía epistémica.
          • 215-244
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Rethinking the Colonial Model.
          • 153-193
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Globalization and the Borders of Latinity.
          • 77-101
          • .
          • W Mignolo and F Schiwy.
          • 2014.
          • Double Translation: Transculturation and the Colonial Difference.
          • 3-30
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Capitalism and Geopolitics of Knowledge: Latin American Social Thought and Latino/American Studies.
          • 32-75
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Huntington’s Fear: Latinos/as in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Splendors and Miseries of "Science": Coloniality, Geopolitics of Knowledge, and Epistemic Pluri-versality.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Un paradigma otro’: Colonialidad global, pensamiento fronterizo y cosmopolitanismo crítico.
          • Latin American Subaltern Studies Revisited., Gustavo Verdesio, ed. Dispositio/n 52. American Journal of Cultural Histories and Theories.
          • XXV:
          • 127-147
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • 2) Colonialidad global, capitalismo y hegemonía epistémica.
          • 55-88
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • 1) Globalización, procesos civilizatorios y reubicación de las lenguas y las culturas.
          • 203-228
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • 6) Huntington’s Fears: ‘Latinidad’iin the Horizon of the Modern/Colonial World.
          • 57-74
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • 4) Preface.
          • 7-12
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • 8) Imperial/Colonial Metamorphosis: from the Ottoman and Spanish Empires to the US and European Union.
          • 91-145
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • 9) Africanity, Indianity, Latinity: Racism and the Colonial Matrix of Power.
          • 50-73
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El giro gnoseológico decolonial: la contribución de Aimé Césaire a la geopolítica y la corpo-política del conocimiento.
          • 197-221
          • .
          Publication Description

          One of the articles included in the Spanish translation of Aimé Césaire. Discurso sobre el colonialismo. Ediciones Akal, Madrid, 2006

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Postoccidentalismo: Las epistemologías fronterizas y el dilema de los estudios (latinoamericanos) de area.
          • 191-218
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • IN CD-ROOM
          • CD-ROM:
          • .
          Publication Description

          This A CD-ROM with the proceeding of the CIMAM Annual Conference that can be obtained through the web address of the association, http://www.cimam.org

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Evo Morales, giro a la izquierda o giro descolonial?.
          • In Democracias en desconfianzas, Ensayos de Sociedad Civil y Política en América Latina, Montevideo
          • 93-116
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Frantz Fanon y la opción decolonial: el conocimiento y lo político.
          • 309-326
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Power of Labeling.
          • Report for the Museum of World Culture, Goteborg
          • .
          Publication Description

          A team report on Nino Korin Bolivian ancheological collection requested to be repatriated by the State of Bolivia. The collective report traces the history of the collection, elaborates on the coloniality of knoweldge, and consider the Bolivian population in Sweden, and in Europe, as well as Latin American migrants who can benefit from the collection remaining in Sweden. Edited by Adriana Munoz, Curator, Museum of World Culture.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Regeneración y reciclaje: descolonizar la ciencia y la tecnología para liberar la vida.
          • 181-200
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Enduring Enchantment: Secularism and the Epistemic Privileges of Modernity.
          • 273-292
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La colonialidad: la cara oculta de la modernidad.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Coloniality at Large: The Western Hemisphere in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • 35-65
          • .
          Publication Description

          Reprint of an article originally published in New Centennial Review, 2001, 1/2, 19-54

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • L’ option decoloniale.
          • 233-257
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Globalization and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: The Role of the Humanities in the Corporate University.
          • 3-40
          • .
          Publication Description

          The American-Style University at Large: Transplants, Outposts, and the Globalization of Higher Education, edited by Kathryn L. Kleypas and James McDougall, is an intervention into current discussions concerning the role of the contemporary American-style university in a global context. The editors approach the subject from their own experiences as professors at an American-style university in the Middle East. They pull together essays from an impressively diverse list of contributors which examine the various ways that American models of higher learning have become instituted around the world. The authors then explore ways that these new configurations help to define the university as a force that organizes, develops, and controls methods of education, knowledge, power, and culture.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Modernity and Decoloniality. An annotated bibliography.
          • OBO:
          • 14500 words-14500 words
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • 71-86
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El vuelco de la razón: sobre las revoluciones, independencias y rebeliones de finales del xviii y principios del xix.
          • 27-38
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • I Am Where I Think. Remapping the Order of Knowing.
          • 159-192
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Darker Side of the Enlightenment: A Decolonial Reading of Kant’s Geography.
          • 319-344
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The role of BRICS countries in the becoming world order: ¨humanity¨, imperial/colonial difference and the racial distribution of capital and knoweldge.
          • 41-89
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Desobediencia Epistemica. Pensamiento independiente y libertad descolonial.
          • 71-97
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Decolonial Cosmopolitanism and Dialogue Among Civilizations.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • On Compaison: Who is Comparing What and Why?.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Decolonizing the Nation-State: Zionism in the Coloniral Horizon of Modernity.
          • 57-75
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Imperial/Colonial Metamorphosis. A decolonial Narrative from the Ottoman Sultanate and Spanish Empire to the US and the EU.
          • 107-127
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Who Speaks for the ´Human¨ in Human Rights?.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Desobediencia epistemica y descolonizacion de las ciencias sociales.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Released in 2013, with date 2012

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • On the colonization of Amerindian languages and memories.
          • .
          • AWD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Introduction to Knowledges and Scholars at Risk in the Post-Socialist World.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 105:
          • 479-499
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Coloniality: The Darker Side of Modernity.
          • 39-49
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Aiesthesis Decolonial.
          • Calle 14: Revista de Investigacion en el Campo del Arte
          • 4:
          • 10-25
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Liberal democracy, path of human authority and transition to living well.
          • Sociedade e Estado
          • 29:
          • 21-44
          • .
          Publication Description

          This work questions the uncritical use of the word "democracy." It draws a distinction between democracy as a means and democracy as an end. It argues that the ideal of full, fair and harmonious life is not unique to democracy, and that there are other ways to come near it, besides the one taken by liberal democracy. More: it argues that the means adopted by liberal democracy, not only cannot be imposed on other regions of the world, but they have not been successful in the West itself. Finally, it examines alternative means to achieve the same goals espoused by Western democracy, specifically the path of human authority of Confucian political philosophy, and the "live well" (qamaña sum, in Aymara, and sum kawsay in Quichua of Ecuador) of the political language of the Bolivian State, and of the discussions of Bolivian and Latin American political society. Such parallel pathways have in common the fact that they are unrelated to the genealogy that goes from Greece to Rome and from Rome to secular Europe, and the perceived need to disengage from the universalism of the (neo) liberal democracy by reducing it to its locality, allowing the resurgence of other local histories dismissed in the name of democracy. It concludes that these and all other paths are facing the challenge of managing scarce resources, a task to which nation states have not shown themselves capable. Hence the emergence of the global political society and the politicization of civil society throughout the world, in all civilizations that are reemerging and reemerging this time on achievements - and not on the ruins - of Southwestern Europe (Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal) and the loss of U.S. hegemony.

          • PN Wong, N Assie-Lumumba, G Chan, SI Keethaponcalan, G Kieh and W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Small powers in world politics: Asian and African perspectives.
          • African and Asian Studies
          • 13:
          • 8-12
          • .
          • PN Wong, N Assie-Lumumba, G Chan, SI Keethaponcalan, KG Jr and W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Small Powers in World Politics: Asian and African Perspectives Introduction.
          • AFRICAN AND ASIAN STUDIES
          • 13:
          • 8-12
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • The geopolitics of sensibility and knowledge on colonialism, border thinking and epistemic disobedience.
          • Revista de Filosofia
          • 74:
          • 7-23
          • .
          Publication Description

          These reflections argue the need to analyze the geopolitics of feeling, thinking and knowing. Accomplishing this assumes disengagement from the universalist conception of knowledge. It must be accepted that knowledge constructed by modernity and Eurocentrism (since the Renaissance) is native or indigenous European knowledge (yes, Europeans are indigenous peoples too; they do not come from the moon), which became universal through the demanding support in economic matters by capitalism and its expansionist political project of the neoliberal nationstate. Today, we are witnessing the end of the 500-year cycle of Eurocentrism, and this situation has generated three paths that coexist and will coexist perhaps throughout the twenty-first century: 1) Political and economic de-Westernization based on epistemic disobedience, such as the economic policy of Singapore and China that says yes to capitalism, but no to neoliberalism; that is, capitalism with a strong state. 2) Re-Westernization, the response of the Obama administration to maintain Western leadership in crisis. The recent case of Syria is both an example of the Obama re-Westernizing project and the strength of the de-Westernization of Vladimir Putin that proposes peace and stopping the war project. 3) Finally, decolonization, which means disengagement from the colonial matrix of power in all its dimensions. Decolonization is not a project for a state, but a set of projects for the emerging global political society, not to be confused with the politicization of civil society, exemplified by indignant protests in Brazil and Turkey.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Geopolitics of sensing and knowing: On (de)coloniality, border thinking, and epistemic disobedience.
          • Confero Essays on Education Philosophy and Politics
          • 1:
          • 129-150
          • .
          Publication Description

          Revised reprint.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Remodeling the Store: The End of Foreign Languages and the Beginning of Transcultural Education.
          • ADLF Bulletin
          • 29:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 101:
          • 57-96
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Hermeutics of Democracy: The Thought of Limits and the Colonial Difference.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia
          • 9:
          • 39-60
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Geopolitics of sensing and knowing: on (de) coloniality, border thinking and epistemic disobedience.
          • Postcolonial Studies
          • 14:
          • 273-285
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • At the end of the university as we know it.
          • Campaign for the Public University
          • .
          Publication Description

          Reprint of a long op ed published in my blog, and of a shorter version published in Pagina 12, Argentina under the title "Retorica del desarrollo y colonialidad del saber" http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/universidad/10-124958-2009-05-15.html This is a Web Page in England Campaigning for Preserving the Function of the Public University.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • El vuelco de la razon.
          • Revista Jicara
          • July-December:
          • 20-29
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Cosmopolitanism and the Decolonial Option.
          • Studies in Philosophy and Education
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and M Tlostanova.
          • 2013.
          • Theorizing from the Borders: Shifting to the Geo/Body Politics of Knowledge.
          • European Journal of Social Theory
          • 9:
          • 205-221
          • .
          • W Mignolo and JA Mora.
          • 2013.
          • Borges el libro y la escritura.
          • Ceravelle
          • 187-194
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La dispersión de la palabra (aproximación lingüística a un poema ’Vallejo’).
          • Neuva Revista de Filología Hispánica
          • Tomo XXI:
          • 399-411
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La escena y la escritura: una hipótesis de trabajo sobre la poética en América.
          • Hispamérica
          • 3-39
          • .
          • W Mignolo and WV Wert.
          • 2013.
          • The Semiology of Julia Kristeva and the Cinematographic Semiotic Practice.
          • Sub-Stance
          • 9:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La poètique et les changement littèraires.
          • Etudes Littèraires
          • 241-268
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La noción de competencia en poética.
          • Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos
          • 605-622
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Conexidad, coherencia, ambigüedad: Todos los guegos el fuego’.
          • Hispamérica
          • 3-26
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Aspectos del cambio literario.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • 31-49
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Emergencia, espacios, ’mundos posibles’: las propuestas epistemológicas de J.L. Borges.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • 100-101:
          • 357-79
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La teoría en el campo de los Estudios Literarios.
          • Dispositio
          • 7-8:
          • 1-20
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Paradiso: derivación y red.
          • Texto Crítico
          • 90-111
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Semantización de la ficción literaria.
          • Dispositio
          • 15-16:
          • 85-127
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • El metatexto historiográfico y la historiografía indiana.
          • MLN
          • 94:
          • 358-402
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La figura del poeta en la lírica de vanguardia.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • 118-119:
          • 131-148
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Semiosis y universos de sentido.
          • Lexis
          • 2:
          • 219-237
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Comprensión hermenenéutica y comprensión teórica.
          • Revista de Literatura
          • 90:
          • 5-38
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Sobre la condiciones de la ficción literaria.
          • Cuadernos de Literatura
          • 17:
          • 21-26
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Dominios borrosos y dominios teóricos. Ensayo de elucidación conceptual.
          • Filologia
          • XX:
          • 21-40
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Histórica, Relaciones y Tlatollótl: los Preceptos historiales de Fuentes y Guzmán y la historiográfica Indiana.
          • Filología, Bs. As.
          • XXI:
          • 153-177
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La lengua, la letra, el territorio (o la crisis de los estudios literarios coloniales).
          • Dispositio
          • 28:
          • 135-160
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • El mandato y la ofrenda: Descripción de la Provincia y Ciudad de Tlaxcala de Diego Muñoz Camargo y las ’Relaciones de Indias.
          • Neuva Revista de Filología Hispánica
          • XXXV:
          • 451-484
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Literacy and colonization.
          • Hispanic Issues
          • 4:
          • 51-96
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La grafía, la voz y el silencio: la Relaciones Geográficas de Indias en el contexto de las letras virreinales.
          • Insula, núumero especial preparado por Enrique Pupo-Walker
          • 522:
          • 11-12
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Canon and corpus: an alternative view of comparative literary studies in colonial situations.
          • Dedalus. Revista Portuguesa de Literatura Comparada
          • 1:
          • 219-244
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Canon a(nd) cultural boundaries: or Whose canon are we talking about?.
          • Poetics Today
          • 12:
          • 2-28
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • On the colonization of Amerindian languages and memories: Renaissance theories of writing and the discontinuity of the classical tradition.
          • Comparative Studies in Society and History
          • 34:
          • 301-330
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • The Darker Side of the Renaissance: colonization and the discontinuity of the classical tradition.
          • Renaissance Quarterly
          • xlv:
          • 808-828
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Misunderstanding and colonization: the reconfiguration of memory and space.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 92:
          • 209-260
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Colonial and Post-Colonial Discourse: Cultural Critique or Academic Colonialism?.
          • Latin American Research Review
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Occidentalizacion, imperialismo, globalización: herencias coloniales y teorías postcoloniales.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • 179071:
          • 27-40
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • I am where I think: Epistemology and the Colonial Difference, a debate with Peter Hulme apropos of The Darker Side of the Renaissance.
          • Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies
          • 8:
          • 234-248
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Philosophy and the Colonial Difference.
          • Philosophy Today (section: Is There a Latin American Philosophy?)
          • 43:
          • 36-41
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Stock to Watch: Colonial Difference, Planetary ’Multiculturalism,’ and Radical Planning.
          • Plurimondi
          • 1/2:
          • 7-33
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Posoccidentalismo: las epistemologías fronterizas y el dilema de los estudios (Latinamericanos) de área.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • 176-177
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Human Understanding and (Latin) American interests.
          • Poetics Today
          • 16:
          • 171-214
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Post-occidentalismo: el argumento desde América Latina.
          • Cuadernos Americanos
          • 1:
          • 144-165
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Espacios geográficos y localizaciones epistemológicas.
          • Diseño. Revista Interacional de Pensamiento Latinoamericano
          • Frankfurt,3:
          • 1-18
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Los estudios subalternos, son posmodernos o poscoloniales.
          • Casa de Las Americas, Cuba
          • 104/1996:
          • 20-40
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Decires fuera de lugar: sujetos dicentes, roles sociales y formas de inscripción.
          • Revista de Critica Literaria Latinoamericana
          • 41:
          • 9-32
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La revolución teórica del zaqpatismo: sus consecuencias históricas, éticas y políticas.
          • Orbs Tertius: Revista de Teoría y Critica Literaria
          • 5:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Colonialidad del poder y subalternidad.
          • Hueso Humero
          • 36:
          • 91-119
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • The Role of the Humanities in the Corporate University.
          • MLA publication
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Latin American Cultural Studies?.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • The Maker of Race: Knowledge and the Differential/Colonial Accumulation of Meaning.
          • Neohelicon, Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum
          • XXX:
          • 89-102
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • La razón postcolonial: Herencias coloniales y teorías postcoloniales.
          • Gragota
          • 7-30
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • Border thinking, decolonial cosmopolitanism and dialogues among civilizations.
          • 329-348
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and C Domínguez.
          • 2012.
          • Compared literature, world literature and decolonization.
          • Insula
          • 26-30
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2012.
          • From “human rights” to “life rights”.
          • 161-180
          • .
          Publication Description

          © Cambridge University Press 2014. The limits of the “Declaration of Rights of Man and of the Citizen” and the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” The 500 years of “rights” (from Rights of the People, to the Rights of Man and of the Citizen to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights) is a history entrenched in the imaginary of western modernity. It is, in other words, only half of the story. The other half is the history of coloniality, the darker side of modernity. I have made this argument elsewhere. Here I will focus on the future more than on the past. The strong thesis is that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was not only a Euro-American and North Atlantic invention, it was an invention to correct the errors and mistakes of a handful of Western European states and the United States. I quote: On September 28, 1948, Eleanor Roosevelt, former First Lady and delegate of the United Nations, delivered a speech entitled, “The Struggle for Human Rights.” This speech was delivered at the Sorbonne in Paris, to an audience of thousands of French citizens and delegates of the United Nations. “The Struggle for Human Rights” dealt with the struggle toward universal acceptance of human rights from those states that were considered, by the United Nations and Roosevelt, non-compliant. Those non-compliant states consisted of the USSR, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Byelorussia, and other member states who had refused to accept the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, thus denying every human being fundamental rights and freedoms. This declaration was written with the intent to unify all nations through common terms and principles surrounding the issues of human rights and freedoms. Roosevelt felt that she must persuade those non-compliant countries to come to an understanding of the fundamental principles agreed upon by the United Nations through the means of establishing unification with her democratic audience.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2012.
          • Coloniality at large: Time and the colonial difference.
          • 67-95
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2012.
          • Mariátegui and Gramsci in ‘Latin’ America: Between revolution and decoloniality.
          • 191-218
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2011.
          • Decolonizing western epistemology/building decolonial epistemologies.
          • 19-43
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2011.
          • The Global South and world dis/order.
          • Journal of Anthropological Research
          • 67:
          • 165-188
          • .
          Publication Description

          The "Global South" is a fashionable expression. It appears in academic journals, in the title of university academic centers, among activists around the world. I argue that from the perspective of capitalism and expansion of Western values, the "Global South" is the location to be developed economically and liberated from non-democratic regimes. From the perspective of the emerging political society, the "Global South" is where liberation from Western democratic rhetoric to justify economic takeover and cultural management is taking place. I show how the very concept of "Global South" came about, replacing that of the "Third World" after the collapse of the Soviet Union. I end the article by mapping five trajectories, discernible in the present, that are orienting global futures and I further argue that they cannot be understood properly without understanding the economic, political, and epistemic conflict that make the "Global South" a current location of global conflicts. Copyright © by The University of New Mexico.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • 2011.
          • Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity: Fred Wilson’s "Mining the Museum".
          • 71-85
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2011.
          • Crossing Gazes and the Silence of the "Indians": Theodor De Bry and Guaman Poma de Ayala.
          • JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES
          • 41:
          • 173-223
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2009.
          • Enduring enchantment: Secularism and the epistemic privileges of modernity.
          • 273-292
          • .
          Publication Description

          Common wisdom has it that secularism dominated the project of the second modernity (the Enlightenment) and ended with the enchanted world that the very rhetoric of secularism used to displace theology and to convert religion in a field of study. I argue that indeed secularism implanted its own secular enchantment in the very act of undermining theological and religious enchantment. Secular epis-temology took the place of theological epistemology in a double imperial move: it asserted secular epistemology over theological one in the internal history of the West; and discredited all non-Western epistemologies by inventing concepts such as tradition, myth, cosmologies, beliefs, etc. Secular epistemology created the new enchantment masked under the rhetoric of the irresistible and unavoidable progress of history and of (Western) idea of modernity. © 2009 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2008.
          • Preamble: The Historical Foundation of Modernity/Coloniality and the Emergence of Decolonial Thinking.
          • 12-52
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2007.
          • Delinking: The rhetoric of modernity, the logic of coloniality and the grammar of de-coloniality.
          • Cultural Studies
          • 21:
          • 449-514
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2007.
          • Introduction: Coloniality of power and de-colonial thinking.
          • Cultural Studies
          • 21:
          • 155-167
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and MV Tlostanova.
          • 2006.
          • Theorizing from the borders: Shifting to geo- and body-politics of knowledge.
          • Journal of Asian and African Studies
          • 41:
          • 205-221
          • .
          Publication Description

          'Borders' will be in the twenty-first century what 'frontiers' where in the nineteenth. Frontiers were conceived as the line indicating the last point in the relentless march of civilization. On the one side of the frontiers was civilization; on the other, nothing; just barbarism or emptiness. The march of civilization and the idea of the frontiers created a geographic and body-graphic divide. Certain areas of the planet were designated as the location of the barbarians, and since the eighteenth century, of the primitives. In one stroke, bodies were classified and assigned a given place on the planet. But who had the authority to enact such a classification, and what was the logic of that classification? Furthermore, the classification of the world by region, and the link established between regions and people inhabiting them, was parallel to the march of civilization and companions of it: on the other side of the epistemic frontiers, people do not think or theorize; hence, one of the reasons they were considered barbarians. Copyright © 2006 Sage Publications.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2005.
          • Prophets facing sidewise: The geopolitics of knowledge and the colonial difference.
          • Social Epistemology
          • 19:
          • 111-127
          • .
          Publication Description

          There is no safe place and no single locus of enunciation from where the universal could be articulated for all and forever. Hindu nationalism and Western neoliberalism are entangled in a long history of the logic of coloniality (domination, oppression, exploitation) hidden under the rhetoric of modernity (salvation, civilization, progress, development, freedom and democracy). There are, however, needs and possibilities for Indians and Western progressive intellectuals working together to undermine and supersede the assumptions that liberal thinkers in the West are better placed to understand what is the common good better than Indian thinkers in postpartition India. Science, in the last analysis, doesnt carry in itself an ethics and politics. Therefore, it is doubtful to argue that science is beyond both, and only concerned with the advancement of the frontier of knowledge and understanding. Science could be (like Christianity, Hinduism, Liberalism or Marxism) both imperial and liberating. Knowledge and understanding, rather than science; gnoseology rather than epistemology, should be thought out as which the horizon toward a dialogical and critical cosmopolitanism (e.g., pluriversallity as universal project), could be envisioned beyond East and West, Hindu nationalism and Westertn (neo) liberalism.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2003.
          • Philosophy and the colonial difference.
          • 80-86
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2002.
          • The Zapatistas's theoretical revolution: Its historical, ethical, and political consequences.
          • Review
          • 25:
          • 245-275
          • .
          Publication Description

          Whatever the future of the Zapatistas's uprising would be, the theoretical revolution they enacted it is here to stay. Theoretical revolutions are not supposed to come from popular sectors, without the necessary research and communicating the results by interviews, the internet, or newspapers. The theoretical revolution of the Zapatistas consists, precisely, in changing the perspective. Those who, in the long history of colonialism, or coloniality (the hidden side of modernity) are not supposed to speak but to be spoken to, not only spoke but managed to be heard. One of the reasons that the Zapatistas are being heard is precisely because they achieved a theoretical revolution. The theoretical revolution require a mediator between the Western and indigenous cosmologies. And required also double translation which, at its turn, ended up in enacting border thinking. I explore these issues and argue that in the theoretical revolution, the Zapatistas changed not only the content but the terms of the conversation.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2002.
          • The Enduring Enchantment: (Or the Epistemic Privilege of Modernity and Where to Go from Here).
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 101:
          • 927-954
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2000.
          • The Many Faces of Cosmo-polis: Border Thinking and Critical Cosmopolitanism.
          • Public Culture
          • 12:
          • 721-748
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 1998.
          • The allocation and relocation of identities: Colonialism, nationalism, transnationalism.
          • MESTER
          • 27:
          • 1-16
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 1996.
          • Linguistic maps, literary geographies, and cultural landscapes: Languages, languaging, and (trans)nationalism.
          • Modern Language Quarterly
          • 57:
          • 181-196
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1994.
          • CRITICISM, HISTORY AND CULTURAL POLITICS + THEME OF A WORKSHOP AT THE ANDEAN CONFERENCE ON LATIN-AMERICAN LITERATURE, TUCUMAN, 1995 - AGENDAS FOR THE NEXT DECADE.
          • REVISTA DE CRITICA LITERARIA LATINOAMERICANA
          • 20:
          • 363-366
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1978.
          • CONCEPT OF THEORY IN FIELD OF LITERARY-STUDIES.
          • DISPOSITIO-REVISTA HISPANICA DE SEMIOTICA LITERARIA
          • 3:
          • 1-20
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1977.
          • EMERGENCE, SPACE, POSSIBLE WORLDS - EPISTEMOLOGICAL PROPOSALS OF BORGES,JORGE,L..
          • REVISTA IBEROAMERICANA
          • 43:
          • 357-359
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1976.
          • CONNECTION, COHERENCE, AMBIGUITY - 'TODOS LOS FUEGOS EL FUEGO'.
          • HISPAMERICA-REVISTA DE LITERATURA
          • 5:
          • 3-26
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1976.
          • ASPECTS OF LITERARY CHANGE - IN CONNECTION WITH 'HISTORIA DE LA NOVELA HISPANOAMERICANA' BY GOIC,CEDOMIL.
          • REVISTA IBEROAMERICANA
          • 42:
          • 31-49
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1976.
          • AVATARS OF MIMETIC DISCOURSE - 'AL FILO DEL AGUA'.
          • CHASQUI-REVISTA DE LITERATURA LATINOAMERICANA
          • 5:
          • 5-13
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1975.
          • THE NOTION OF COMPETENCE IN POETICS.
          • CUADERNOS HISPANOAMERICANOS
          • 605-622
          • .
          • W MIGNOLO.
          • 1975.
          • POETICS AND LITERARY SHIFTS.
          • ETUDES LITTERAIRES
          • 8:
          • 241-268
          • .
      • Book Reviews

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • El amor, los orsinis y la muerte (N. Sanchez).
          • Caravelle: cahiers du monde hispanique et luso-bresilien
          • 15:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Roquitas pintadas (M. Puig).
          • Caravelle: cahiers du monde hispanique et luso-bresilien
          • 15:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Lectures notes on Latin American Culture.
          • Caravelle: cahiers du monde hispanique et luso-bresilien
          • 17:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Ensayos de Literatura Argentina (Noé Jitrik).
          • Caravelle: cahiers du monde hispanique et luso-bresilien
          • 16:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Cadaver Ileno de mundo (J.A. Mora).
          • Caravelle: cahiers du monde hispanique et luso-bresilien
          • 18:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Reviews: La última mujer y el próximo combate (M. Cofino Lopez).
          • Caravelle: cahiers du monde hispanique et luso-bresilien
          • 17:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • On Brian Harley's 'Deconstructing the Map'.
          • Cartographica
          • 26:
          • 109-114
          • .
          Publication Description

          Invited comments.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • A dialogue between the two cultures: Merrell's Deconstruction Reframed.
          • Semiotica
          • 81:
          • 135-144
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El amor, los orsinis y la muerte (N. Sanchez).
          • Caravelle
          • 15:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Roquitas pintadas (M. Puig).
          • Caravelle
          • 15:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Lectures notes on Latin American Culture.
          • Caravelle
          • 17:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Ensayos de Literatura Argentina (Noé Jitrik).
          • Caravelle
          • 16:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Cadaver Ileno de mundo (J.A. Mora).
          • Caravelle
          • 18:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Reviews: La última mujer y el próximo combate (M. Cofino Lopez).
          • Caravelle
          • 17:
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Invited comments, "On Brian Harley’s ’Deconstructing the Map’.
          • Cartographica (National Archives of Canada)
          • 26:
          • 109-114
          • .
          Publication Description

          Invited comments.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Review article. "A dialogue between the two cultures: Merrell’s Deconstruction Reframed.
          • Semiotica (Journal of the International Association of Semiotic Studies)
          • 81:
          • 135-144
          • .
      • Edited Volumes

          • Cedomil Goic and Walter Mignolo (Eds).
          • 2015.
          • Literature and Historiography in the New World.
          • Dispositio
          • 28-29
          • .
          • WALTER Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Colonial Discourse.
          • Dispositio
          • 36-38
          • .
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Loci of enunciation and imaginary constructions: The Case of (Latin) America.
          • Poetics Today
          • I & II:
          • .
      • Translation in Journal

          • J de Acosta and WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Preface.
          • xvii-xxvii
          • .
      • Articles Online

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • El pensamiento des-colonial: desprendimiento y apertura. Un manifiesto..
          • Tristestópicos
          • .
          Publication Description

          Published previously in Tabula Rasa, Bogota, Colombia, April 2005, 3, 47-72. Translation of the inaugural lectured delivered at the Center for Advanced Studies, Univeristy of Coimbra, Portugal.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • La opción descolonial. El Pachakuti conceptual de nuestro tiempo..
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Cambiando las eticas y las políticas del conocimiento: La lógica de la colonialidad y la post-colonialidad imperial.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • La opción descolonial.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Decolonial thoughts.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Hacia la desoccidentalizacion.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Op-ed related to the myth of Latin America "turn to the Left".

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The Failures of Neoliberalism and the Road to the Future.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • De-Secularization as a Condition for the Dialogue of Civilizations.
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • La desoccidentalizacion es irreversible.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Op-ed related to REPSOL-YPF.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The Geopolitics of Sensing and Kowing.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Translated into German and Spanish, in the same journal. Reprinted in Spanish in [esfera publica], Bogota, Colombia, under the title of "Geopolitica de la sensibilidad y del conocimiento.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • On De-coloniality; Vol. 2 No. 1.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo, J Casimir and LAURENT Dubois.
          • 2015.
          • Thinking Haiti, Thinking Jean Casimir.
          • .
          Publication Description

          WKO, web dossier vol. 2 no. 3, Fall 2008.

          • WD Mignolo and D Benfield.
          • 2015.
          • Decolonizing the Digital/Digital Decolonization.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Web dossier vol. 3 no. 1, Spring.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La opción descolonial. El Pachakuti conceptual de nuestro tiempo..
          • Ön Line Dictionary
          • 2600 words-2600 words
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Cambiando las eticas y las políticas del conocimiento: La lógica de la colonialidad y la post-colonialidad imperial.
          • Tristes Topicos, Web Dossiers
          • .
          Publication Description

          Originally it was the inaugural conference of the program in Postcolonial Studies, Centro de Estudios Sociales, Universidad de Coimbra, Portugal, delivered in Feb 2005;

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La opción descolonial.
          • Letral. Revista Electrónica de Estudios Transatlánticos
          • 4-22
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Decolonial thoughts.
          • Online blog
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Hacia la desoccidentalizacion.
          • Pagina 12
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Failures of Neoliberalism and the Road to the Future.
          • World Public Forum Web Page
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • De-Secularization as a Condition for the Dialogue of Civilizations.
          • World Public Forum Web Page
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La desoccidentalizacion es irreversible.
          • LaVaca, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          Publication Description

          Op-ed related to REPSOL-YPF.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Geopolitics of Sensing and Kowing.
          • Transversal. Multilingual Web Journal
          • .
          Publication Description

          Translated into German and Spanish, in the same journal. Reprinted in Spanish in [esfera publica], Bogota, Colombia, under the title of "Geopolitica de la sensibilidad y del conocimiento.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2006.
          • Citizenship, knowledge, and the limits of humanity.
          • American Literary History
          • 18:
          • 312-331
          • .
          Publication Description

          This article is also printed in American Literature Journal (well shall i put it, onlilne or article in a journal?).

      • Special Issues

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Spirit Out of Bound Returns to the East: The Closing of the Social Sciences and the Opening of Independent Thoughts.
          • Sage Journal
          • 584-602
          • .
          Publication Description

          Special issue devote to Eurocentrism and the Production of Knowledge.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • (De) coloniality and (Un) easy postcolonialilsm.
          • WKO WKO (World and Knowledges Otherwise)
          • 3:
          • 1-4
          • .
          Publication Description

          Preface

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Ïslamophobia/Hispanophobia: The (re)Configuration of the Racia Imperial/Colonial Matrix.
          • Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge
          • 1:
          • 13-28
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • On De-coloniality.
          • WKO (Worlds and Knowledges Otherwise)
          • 2:
          • .
          Publication Description

          A web dossier.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Las Meninas: A Decolonial Response.
          • Art Bulletin
          • XCII:
          • 40-47
          • .
          • WALTER Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Globalization and the Decolonial Option.
          • Cultural Studies
          • 21:
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Las Meninas: A Decolonial Response.
          • Art Bulletin
          • 92:
          • 40-47
          • .
          • WALTER Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Double Critique: Knowledges and Scholars at Risk in the Post-Socialist World.
          • SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 105:
          • 479-662
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Ïslamophobia/Hispanophobia: The (re)Configuration of the Racia Imperial/Colonial Matrix".
          • Human Architecture. Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge
          • V:
          • 13-28
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • On De-coloniality.
          • WKO (Worlds and Knowledges Otherwise), a web-dossier
          • 2:
          • Size: 10.96 KB (11-222 bytes)
          • .
          Publication Description

          A web dossier.

          One of the first dossier "On Decoloniality" that will be published in WKO.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Decolonial Aesthetics: Unlearning and Relearning the Museum Through Pedro Lasch’s Black Mirror/Espejo Negro.
          • 86-103
          • .
          Publication Description

          The article is part of a series of publication and activities related to art, museum and aesthetics. For instance, the interview in MAG, in La Differenza, the exhibit i curated in Bogota and the article published in Calle 14, Revista de Arte.

      • Translation

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Historia Locais-Projetos Globais. Colonialidade, saberes subalternos e pensamento liminar.
          • Minais Giraes, Brazil, 2003:
          • Humanitas Editora UFMG.
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Historias Locales/Diseños Globales; colonialidad, conocimiento subalternos y pensamiento fronterizo.
          • Madrid:
          • Editorial Akal.
          • 443-443 p.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • L’ idea di America Latina. Geostoria di una teoria decoloniale.
          • Milano, Italy:
          • Mimesis.
          • 208 p.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Los cánones y (mas allá de) las fronteras culturales (o de quien es el canon del que hablamos) Spanish Translation.
          • Lecturas.
          • 238-270 p.
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Geopolíticas del conocimiento y diferencia colonial.
          • Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Andaluz.
          • 12-39 and 90-116-12-39 and 90-116 p.
          Publication Description

          The exhibit "Geopolitics of Animation" was planned around this article. The article has been translated into Spanish and it appears on page 12-39. Also published in the same catalog the original version, on page 90-116.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Nicht-Kapitalische Vergangenheiten nutzen! (Die Indigenen Konzeptionen durfen nicht dem Eurozentismus zum Opfer fallen).
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Cosmopolitan localism: a decolonial shiting of the Kantian’s legacies.
          • Humanities Center, Pusan, National University,.
          Publication Description

          Article in English with Korean translation

      • Other

          • W Mignolo and J Lorca.
          • 2015.
          • El control de los cuerpos y los saberes.
          • Pagina 12
          • .
          Publication Description

          Argentine Newspaper Seccion Universidad.

          • W Mignolo and J Elhers.
          • 2015.
          • Global South, Colonial Wound, Decolonial Healing.
          • IBRAAZ. Contemporary Visual Culture in North Africa and the Middle East
          • Platform 8:
          • 2100 Words
          • .
          Publication Description

          http://www.ibraaz.org/platforms/8/responses/171/

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • No se trata de resistir sino de existir.
          • LA PRENSA de Panamá
          • .
          Publication Description

          Continuation in the journalist blog of the interview published in the newspaper

          • W Mignolo and W He.
          • 2015.
          • The Prospect of Harmony and the Deolonial View of the World.
          • Critical Legal Thinking
          • 23000 Words
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Decolonial aesthetic/aesthesis has become connector across the continents.
          • Contemporary And
          • 2000
          • .
          Publication Description

          Part of my ongoing work with artists, curators, activists in Europe working on decolonial aesthetics/aesthesis. My previous publication on Social Text Periscope (2013), co-edited with Rolando Vazquez lays out the work done since 2010.

          • W Mignolo, E Kalantidou and T Fry.
          • 2015.
          • Designs in the Borderland: And Exchange.
          • Designs in the Borderland
          • 173-188
          • .
          • W Mignolo and R Gaztambide-Fernández.
          • 2015.
          • Decolonial options and aesthetic/aesthesic entanglements: an interview with Walter Mignolo.
          • 311:
          • 196-212
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview that touches upon the fundamentals of decolonial aesthesis/aesthetic in the frame of decolonial thinking and the decolonial option. A journal devoted to decolonization, indigeneity and education.

          • W Mignolo and A Gortazar.
          • 2015.
          • Pensar como sudaca.
          • La Diaria
          • .
          Publication Description

          Interview during my visit and lecturing in Montevideo, in April of 2014.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Las geopolíticas de conocimiento y colonialidad del poder. Entrevista a Walter Mignolo..
          • Indisciplinar las ciencias sociales. Geopolíticas de concimiento y colonialidad del poderPerspectives desde lo Andino
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Para Des-Inventar America Latina.
          • Disturbios Culturales. Conversaciones con varios autores
          • 195-211
          • .
          • W Mignolo and AR Martinez.
          • 2015.
          • La civilización occidental no es ni global ni universal.
          • La Prensa
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The North of the South and the West of the East. A Provocation to the Question.
          • IBRAAZ. Contemporary Visual Culture in North Africa and the Middle East
          • Platform 8:
          • 4200 words
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Initial entry in exhibit-event catalog: Spirituality, Subjectivity and (Im) migrant Consciousness: The Tasks Ahead.
          • CATALOG OF BE-BOP 2014, EXHIBITS, PERFORMANCES AND LECTURES
          • .
          Publication Description

          BE.BOP 2014 in its third year of events focusing on Black Europe Body Politics. Each years there is a catalog with short entries from the participants: artists, activists, critics, journalism, film and video makers, etc.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Laudation to Abel Rodriguez Main Award Prince Claus Foundation.
          • Catalog of 2014 Awardess
          • 1000 Words
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The City, the Country and the Resurgence of the Disavowed.
          • Polis : Revista de la Universidad Bolivariana
          • 4.4:
          • 70-72
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The Point of Non-Return:The Re-Emergence of the Disavowed.
          • Comparative Studies of Asia, Africa and the Middle East
          • 3:
          • 268-271
          • .
          Publication Description

          Invited esponse to the "Mission Statement".

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The De-Colonial Option and the Meaning of Identity in Politics.
          • Studies in Honor of Heitor Martins
          • 11-31
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • El pensamiento descolonial: Reflexiones finales.
          • Comentario International (Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, Quito, Ecuador)
          • 7:
          • 186-194
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • The Many Faces of Cosmo-polis: Border Thinking and Critical Cosmopolitanism.
          • The 'Universal' in Human Rights: A Precondition for a Dialogue of Cultures. XVth Conference of the Académie de la Latinité. Reference Text
          • 225-278
          • .
          Publication Description

          This is a reprint of an original article published in Public Culture, 2000.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Cartas, Crónicas y Relaciones del Descubrimiento y de la Conquista.
          • Historia de la Literatura Hispanoamericana (Epoca Colonial)
          • 56-125
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • José de Acosta's Historia Natural y Moral de Las Indias: Occidentalism, the Modern/Colonial World System and the First Stage of the Colonial Difference.
          • Natural and Moral History of the Indies
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2015.
          • Decolonial Aesthetics: Unlearning and Relearning the Museum Through Pedro Lasch's Black Mirror/Espejo Negro. Black Mirror/Expejo Negro..
          • 86-103
          • .
          Publication Description

          Catalog of the Exhibition.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El decir de Mansilla.
          • Essays on Lucio Victorio Mansilla
          • 5:
          • 73-87
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Cartas, Crónicas y Relaciones del Descubrimiento y de la Conquista.
          • Historia de la Literatura Hispanoamericana (Epoca Colonial)
          • 56-125
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Literatura Fantástica y Realismo Maravilloso.
          • 50-50
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • José de Acosta’s Historia Natural y Moral de Las Indias: Occidentalism, the Modern/Colonial World System and the First Stage of the Colonial Difference.
          • Natural and Moral History of the Indies
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Enduring Enchantment.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 101:
          • .
          Publication Description

          Translated into Russian in 2004.

          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Local Histories/Global Designs.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed:“Beyond Populism: Decolonizing the Economy”.
          • Counterpunch
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: 12) “Giro a la izquierda o giro descolonial? Evo Morales en Bolivia”.
          • Revista del Sur
          • 164-164
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “Bolivian New President is Something Altogether Different”.
          • Duke in the News
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “Another way to democracy”.
          • Associacao Brazileira de Grandes Consumidores Industriais de Energia
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • El reordenamiento global.
          • Pagina 12, Argentine newspaper
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Hacia la desoccidentalizacion.
          • Pagina 12, Argentine newspaper
          • .
          Publication Description

          Op-ed related to the myth of Latin America "turn to the Left".

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La Democracia y el Espíritu Global del Capitalismo.
          • Pagina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La Mercantilización de la Vida.
          • Pagina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Economía Global, Mundo Policéntrico.
          • Patina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Barack y Evo.
          • Pagina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Esclavitud moderna y capitalismo global: la crisis financiera en su justa proporcion.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Retorica del desarollo y colonialidad del saber.
          • Pagina 12 (Newspaper, Buenos Aires)
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The communal and the declonial.
          • Turbulence. Ideas for Movement
          • 5:
          • 29-31
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Grenzdenken un die decoloniale Option.
          • Bildpunk
          • .
          Publication Description

          Translated from Spanish. Selections from the interview published in Bilboquet, 2007, http://bilboquet.es/B8/PAG/waltermignolo.html

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Dispatches from Hong Kong 3: Corruption and the Myths of Democratic and Authoritarian States.
          • My Personal Blog
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Dispatches from Hong Kong:The Myths of Democratic and Authoritarian States.
          • My Personal Blog
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Dheli 2012: La desoccidentalización, los BRICS y la distribución racial del capital y del conocimiento.
          • My Personal Blog
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Enacting the archive, displacing the muses: on the Doha Museum of Islamic Art and the Singapoore Museum of Asian Civilizations.
          • IBRAAZ. Contemporary Visual Culture in South Africa and the Middle East
          • Platform 6:
          • 4000 words-4000 words
          • .
          Publication Description

          This article is a series of 3 in this same journal on dewesternization and decoloniality (Sensing Otehrwise)

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Reflections on Be.Bop 2012. Black Europe Body Politics.
          • IDEA. Art + Society
          • 42:
          • 7-7
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • (De) coloniality and (Un) easy postcolonialilsm.
          • Web Journal, WKO
          • 3:
          • 1-4
          • .
          Publication Description

          Preface

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Yes, We Can: Non-European Thinkers and Philosophers.
          • Al Jazeera
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Going Both Ways: An interview with Yuko Hasegawa.
          • IBRAAZ: Contemporary Visual Cultures in North Africa and the Middle East
          • Platform 6:
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview with Yuko Hasegawa, Curator of the Sharjah Biennial 11, conducted by Stephanie Bailey and Walter Mignolo.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Re:Emerging, Discentering and Delinking: Shifing thte Geographies of Sensing, Knowing and Believing.
          • IBRAAZ: Contemporary Visual Cultures in North Africa and the Middle East
          • Platform 6:
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Sensing Otherwise. A Story of an Exhibition.
          • IBRAAZ. Contemporary Visual Culture in North Africa and the Middle East
          • .
          Publication Description

          A narrative of Hayv Kahraman’s exhibit, "Let the Guest be the Master" at the Shainman Gallery in New York. The exhibit was inaugurated on September 10th 2013

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • At the end of the university as we know it.
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Introduction to Double Critique: Knowledges and Scholars at Risk in Post-Soviet Societies.
          • SAQ
          • 105:
          • 479-500
          • .
          • WDMYH Cairo.
          • 2014.
          • Epílogo: Pensamiento descoloial y proyectos políticos descoloniales: genealogías, problemas y bases para la interfecundación.
          • 257-269
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Preface.
          • xiv-xvii
          • .
          • WDMYR Grosfóguel.
          • 2014.
          • Ïntervenciones descoloniales: una breve introduccion.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia
          • 9:
          • 29-37
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “Giro a la izquierda o giro descolonial? Evo Morales en Bolivia”.
          • Revista del Sur, 164
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Oldep.net (Observatorio Latino-Americano de Políticas Educacionales, Brazil
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Amauta.in.br
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Oldep.net (Observatorio Latino-Americano de Políticas Educacionales, Brazil
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Alai Amlatina
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “Populism or another rout to democracy”.
          • Voltaire.net
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed “Nationalization of Natural Gas in Bolivia”.
          • Canadian Dimension
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “Nationalization of Natural Gas in Bolivia”.
          • Resources Center of the Americas.Org
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Op-ed: “Populism or another rout to democracy”.
          • Alai Amlatina
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Las geopolíticas de conocimiento y colonialidad del poder. Entrevista a Walter Mignolo.
          • Indisciplinar las ciencias sociales. Geopolíticas de concimiento y colonialidad del poderPerspectives desde lo Andino
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Sobre la diferencia colonial, o acerca de la emergencia de un pensamiento quo no ha sido considerado como tal: Entrevista con Walter Mignolo.
          • Foreign Sensibilities, Fernando Gómez
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Ser Post.Latinoamericano. Discernir la Nueva Izquierda Latinoamericana.
          • Revista de Critica Cultural 66: Junio 1966
          • 66:
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview that takes up on several op-eds previously published.

          • A Cano.
          • 2014.
          • Para qué la decolonización en educación: Entrevista con Walter Mignolo.
          • Revista Educativa Cultural Saint Andrew’s
          • I.2:
          • 62-66
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • On the Idea of Latin America.
          • Lucero (Journal of the Graduate Students in Spanish and Portuguese, University of California at Berkeley)
          • 17:
          • 11-36
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Geopolitics of Knowledge and Coloniality of Power. An Interview with Catherine Walsh.
          • Documenta
          • .
          Publication Description

          This is a reprint and translation of an interview originally published in Spanish. Shall count also as translation.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Una vida dedicada al proyecto de-colonial.
          • Nómadas
          • 186-198
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Decolonizzare la conoscenza.
          • Magazine d' arte della Gam
          • 1:
          • 26-29
          • .
          • WDMYA Lastra.
          • 2014.
          • Walter Mignolo y La Idea de América Latina: Un Intercambio de Opiniones (entrevista con Antonio Lastra).
          • La Torre del Virrey
          • 3, Otoño 2007:
          • 88-110
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and A Lastra.
          • 2014.
          • La Idea de America Latina. Un Intercambio de Opiniones.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades.
          • 9:
          • 285-310
          • .
          Publication Description

          This is a reprint on an interview published last year in La Torre del Virrey, Valencia, Spain.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Delinking Epistemology. An Interview with Marina Grzinick.
          • Reartikulacija
          • 5:
          • Part II-Part II
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Delinking Epistemology. An Interview with Marina Grzinick.
          • Reartikulacija
          • 4:
          • Part 1-Part 1
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La llaga latinoamericana. Entrevista con Claudio Pereda Madrid.
          • Diario La Nacion
          • .
          • WD Mignolo and M Grzinic.
          • 2014.
          • Delinking Epistemology from Capitalism and Pluriversality.
          • Reartikulacija
          • 6:
          • 1-3
          • .
          Publication Description

          3rd part of an interview published in the same journal. Links to the previous sections at the end of this interview.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Desafio para um continente de muitas faces.
          • O Globo
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Existe algo asi como America Latina? Una entrevista con Franco Gamboa.
          • PodCast Praxis Publica
          • PodCast:
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview conducted in Santiago de Chile for praxispublica.org

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Decolonizzare la conoscenza.
          • Mensile di Cultura
          • 1:
          • 26-29
          • .
          Publication Description

          Reprint of an original interview published in Magazine d' arte de lla Gam, Museum of Contemporary Art, Torino, Italy, October 2010.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Second Period of the Colonial Matrix of Power.
          • LatArt.com. An Online Journal of Art and Culture
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Conversando sobre colonialidad.
          • Web Page UniCauca (Universidad del Cauca)
          • Web UniCauca:
          • .
          • W Mignolo, M Tlostanova and K Bozic.
          • 2014.
          • It is about telling it foward.
          • Web
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview by Kristina Bozic, in Lujbjana, Slovenia, from February 2009.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Esteticas Descoloniales, an interview with Walter Mignolo.
          • Esfera Publica, Web in the Public Spheres
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • La colonialidad en cuestion. Entrevista a Walter Mignolo por Norma Fernandez.
          • Revista Sociedad
          • 28:
          • 16-28
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Critique to Kant and the decolonial genealogy of thoughts (In Korean).
          • Journalistic note in Kyosu Shinmoon (Faculty Journal)
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The decolonial era requires epistemic disobedience (a journal note) (In Korean).
          • The Daehak Shinmoon
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • To overcome Eurocentrism it is necessary to overcome Western epistmology (In Korean).
          • Hankook Ilbo
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The problem is coloniality hidden under modernity (In Korean).
          • Hankyoreh
          • .
          • J Lorca and Mignolo W.
          • 2014.
          • Desobediencia epistemica: retorica de la modernidad, logica de la colonialidad y gramatica de la descolonialidad.
          • Pagina 12
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Without critical reflection on decoloniality, it would be difficult to supersed modernity (In Korean).
          • Kyosu Shinmoon, Faculty News Paper
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Só descolonização da subjetividade trará mudança à América Latina, diz Walter Mignolo.
          • DW-World.de Deutsche Welle
          • .
          Publication Description

          Interview about the bicentennial years in Latin America

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The 'economy of more' is not longer sustainable.
          • World Public Forum Web Page
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview by Chris Mattison for the Advanced Institute of Cross Disciplinary Studies, reprinted in World Public Forum web page. The interviews were also reprinted in Critical Legal Thinking, http://criticallegalthinking.com/2012/05/02/delinking-decoloniality-dewesternization-interview-with-walter-mignolo-part-ii/

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Para Des-Inventar America Latina.
          • Disturbios Culturales. Conversaciones con varios autores
          • 195-211
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Cinco Siglos Igual.
          • La Opinion on Line
          • .
          • C Mattison and Mignolo W.
          • 2014.
          • Neither Capitalism, nor Communism but Decolonization.
          • Critical Legal Thinking
          • .
          Publication Description

          Original published in "Intraview", Advanced Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Research, http://www6.cityu.edu.hk/hkaics/intraviews/wm.html; reproduced also in World Public Forum under the title "The Economy of 'More' is no Longer Sustainable," http://www.wpfdc.org/en/economics/883-w-mignolo-the- economy-of-more-is-no-longer-sustainable

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Occidente: Surveying the Present, Rereading the Past, Building Pluriveral Futures.
          • Video BioeconTV and Occidente
          • .
          Publication Description

          A series of four interviews, about 1 hour long by Cecilia Hecht, BioeconTV and Occidente Web Project, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

          • WD Mignolo and W He.
          • 2014.
          • The prospect of harmony and the decolonial conception of the world.
          • Marxism and Reality
          • 110-120
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview on dewesternization, decoloniality and the world order. A portion of the interview was reprinted in Social Sciences Weekly, http://sassinfo.com/shkxb/articleshow.jsp?dinji=231&artid=86129&sortid=492

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Hacia la cartografía de un nuevo mundo: Pensamiento descolonial y desoccidentalización. Un diálogo de Francisco Carballo con Walter Mignolo.
          • Otros Logos
          • 237-266
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Re-emerger. El retorno del este global y del sur global.
          • Causa Sur. Pensar Nuestra America. Revista de Pensamiento Politico
          • 5:
          • 7-7
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Middelburg Decolonial Summer School.
          • VIMEO
          • .
          Publication Description

          An interview organized and orchestrated, filmed and put together by students of the Summer School.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Walter Mignolo y el pensamiento descolonial.
          • elPeriodico
          • 2-4
          • .
          Publication Description

          Interview conducted in November 2013.

          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • The Rhetoric of Modernity, the Logic of Coloniality and the Grammar of De-coloniality.
          • Cultural Studies
          • 21:
          • 449-514
          • .
          • W Mignolo.
          • 2014.
          • Local Histories and Global Designs: An Interview with Walter Mignolo.
          • Discourse
          • 22:
          • 7-33
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2013.
          • The Point of Nonreturn: The Reemergence of the Disavowed.
          • Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East
          • 33:
          • 268-271
          • .
          • WD Mignolo.
          • 2006.
          • Introduction.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 105:
          • 497-499
          • .
  • feminism