The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures is pleased to announce an International Workshop on Post-Anthropocentrism tailored to advance ways of understanding the relationship between post-anthropocentric reflections and the metaphor of the Anthropocene within the context of Trans-Andean cultural traditions, in which all forms of life, including non-human entities are perceived as “subject of rights” and enjoy a cognitive status. If postcolonial studies have transformed critical thinking in the humanities and social sciences, post-anthropocentric reflections deepen and problematize the gesture and remap the field of cultural theory at large.
The deadline to formally register for the workshop is March 4, 2019. To register, please fill out this registration form and email it to Elizabeth Monasterios at email@example.com. . Note: There is no registration fee.
Or mail a hard copy to:
Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures
Attn: Elizabeth Monasterios
1309 Cathedral of Learning
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Contact person: Elizabeth Monasterios, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors: Center for Latin American Studies, Hewlett International Grant, Hispanic Languages and Literatures, Year of Pitt Global, UCIS
Location and Address
University Club, Conference Room B