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Every third Friday of the month, we come together to share new decolonial research by means of short presentations and discussions, and we close the afternoon with drinks.
Event details of Decolonial Dialogues: Talks & Drinks #3
12 May 2023
16:00 -18:00

During this third edition of Decolonial Dialogues: Talks & Drinks, we will talk to the creators of the podcast series ‘Filosofie & Dekolonisatie’ (Philosophy & Decolonisation): Yolande Jansen, Soraya Arou-Gouya and Marieke van der Steen. In the three-part podcast, they enter into discussion with a varied group of people about questions such as:

  • What does decolonisation of philosophy mean?
  • Which legacies of the colonial imagination do we find in contemporary philosophy and the humanities?
  • What are the conditions for ‘good discussions’ about decolonisation and how can philosophy contribute to this? 

During these Talks & Drinks, we will reflect on the themes that are discussed in the podcast together with the creators. In addition, a number of interviewees from different episodes will join us for a panel discussion, namely: Grâce Ndjako, Harriët Bergman and Jasmijn Leeuwenkamp. Nadia Tilon, singer from the musical group OPO STREY (Stand up, Fight) with Surinamese militant songs from the 1970s, will also take part in the panel discussion. She will talk about the history of this music, which forms the heart of the soundtrack to the film ‘Oema foe Sranan’ (Women of Suriname). At the end of the programme, there will be room for questions from the audience.

After the talks, it will be time for drinks: hang around for a while for a drink and to enter into discussion with each other. Musical group OPO STREY will make a musical contribution during the drinks.

Bushuis/Oost-Indisch Huis

Room VOC-zaal
Kloveniersburgwal 48 (hoofdingang)
1012 CX Amsterdam