Displacing Theory Through the Global South

Ed. by Iracema Dulley
Özgün Eylül İşcen
Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2024
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Displacing Theory Through the Global South calls for reflection on the historical and geopolitical inequalities that have shaped theorization. It asserts that what appears ‘universal’ often involves generalizations that flatten the particular. Critiquing the colonialist, imperialist, and Eurocentric perspectives that have historically impacted theorization in general and, more specifically, knowledge production about the so-called Global South, this volume seeks a different form of engagement that moves beyond such strictures. Featuring essays that unsettle distinctions between the general and the particular, it proposes a commitment to expanding notions of universality, making theorization not only relevant and generative, but ultimately, transformative.
Iracema Dulley works as an anthropologist, psychoanalyst, and creative writer. She holds a PhD in anthropology (2013) and is currently a research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon.
Özgün Eylül İşcen is a media art theorist, lecturer, and curator based in Berlin. She holds a PhD in Computational Media, Arts and Cultures from Duke University (2020). She is currently an affiliated fellow at the ICI Berlin.
Keywords: Global South; geopolitics; postcolonialism; Eurocentrisim; knowledge production; decolonization; Germany; intersectionality; positionality; multiplicity; periphery
Displacing Theory Through the Global South first and foremost scrutinizes the very positionality of the scholarly work on the Global South being done in the Global North, and reveals the fault lines of knowledge production from its very site of production. The authors ask the kinds of questions that are vital to truly ‘decolonize’ knowledge and its production, revealing its possibilities and limitations, as well as its exigence. — Burcu Alkan, Co-Editor of Turkish Literature as World Literature.
The Global South is not a place but a project; a project aimed at a decolonial futurity. This excellent volume suggests a set of engagements that are committed to transhemispheric conversations which resist binaries and the pitfalls of polemics. Working with the idea of an always already entangled space of global intellection, the wide ranging and thoughtful essays take us from Europe to Africa and South America and across a range of themes, from art and pedagogy to history and psychiatry. These young scholars show us the way forward for a true theorizing from the Global South against the lure of hitchhiking on existing narratives. An outstanding volume. — Dilip M. Menon, editor of Changing Theory: Concepts from the Global South
Displacing Theory Through the Global South offers an impressive array of contributions on the power relations involved in knowledge production. It tackles the delicate issue of freeing oneself from Eurocentric theories without falling into the traps of ethnocentrism. The book does not merely question the very meanings of ‘theorizing’ and ‘Global South’, it offers useful readings in specific topics, and also in the philosophical implications of decolonial theorization at large. Displacing Theory presents a variety of methodologies and approaches that shows how both theory and method need to work together to foster plurality. Thus, ‘displacing’ here is not a total removal of theory, but a movement through methods and practices that theorizes beyond the imperial centre. — Massimiliano Lacertosa, author of From Metaphysical Representations to Aesthetic Life
Concerned with the meanings and ambiguities of both the concepts of ‘theory’ and ‘Global South’, Iracema Dulley and Özgün Eylül İşcen have edited a toolbox built upon encounters between scholars, which happened in contemporary Berlin. They were mostly immigrants thinking together — making questions and confronting their answers — collectively elaborating on power, knowledge, and ‘the relational and processual nature of intellectual work’. What we find, reading their texts, is a relevant scope of debate that instigates and transforms the possibilities of our own productions. — Lucas Ferraço Nassif, psychoanalyst, experimental filmmaker, and researcher at NOVA Institute of Philosophy
In Displacing Theory Through the Global South editors Iracema Dulley and Özgün Eylül İşcen reframe the so-called Global South not merely as a geographical location, but as a catalyst for decolonization. This compelling volume interrogates power imbalances and hierarchies inherent in the construction of intellectual traditions, drawing attention to the need to disrupt dichotomies between the North and South, theory and practice, and the general and the particular beyond an Eurocentric gaze. Through nuanced case studies and critical analyses, Displacing Theory Through the Global South emerges as a stimulating resource for scholars and practitioners seeking to navigate the situatedness of knowledge and the intersectionality of social positionalities in increasingly globalized spaces of theory production. — Jamille Pinheiro Dias, Director of the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of London's School of Advanced Study
Displacing Theory Through the Global South
Iracema Dulley
Özgün Eylül İşcen
Iracema Dulley works as an anthropologist, psychoanalyst, and creative writer. She holds a PhD in anthropology (2013) and is currently a research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon.
Özgün Eylül İşcen is a media art theorist, lecturer, and curator based in Berlin. She holds a PhD in Computational Media, Arts and Cultures from Duke University (2020). She is currently an affiliated fellow at the ICI Berlin.
Displacing Theory Through the Global South calls for reflection on the historical and geopolitical inequalities that have shaped theorization. It asserts that what appears ‘universal’ often involves generalizations that flatten the particular. Critiquing the colonialist, imperialist, and Eurocentric perspectives that have historically impacted theorization in general and, more specifically, knowledge production about the so-called Global South, this volume seeks a different form of engagement that moves beyond such strictures. Featuring essays that unsettle distinctions between the general and the particular, it proposes a commitment to expanding notions of universality, making theorization not only relevant and generative, but ultimately, transformative.
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Table Of Contents
Introduction: Displacing Theory: Berlin Notes | IRACEMA DULLEY AND ÖZGÜN EYLÜL İŞCEN | 1-14
History of Knowledge through the Global South: A Case for Entangled Ecologies | MICHELA COLETTA | 15-28
Decolonialities and the Exilic Consciousness: Thinking from the Global South | MAHMOUD AL-ZAYED | 29-41
Berlin’s Killjoys: Feminist Art from the Global South | ŞİRİN FULYA ERENSOY | 43-55
Challenges of Southern Knowledge Production: Reflections on/through Iran | FIROOZEH FARVARDIN AND NADER TALEBI | 57-77
Invitation, To Exi(s)t | IRACEMA DULLEY AND JULIANA M. STREVA | 79-91
To Be Given Names: Displaced Social Positionalities in Senegal and Angola | IRACEMA DULLEY AND FREDERICO SANTOS DOS SANTOS | 93-109
Marx on the Periphery: The Making of a New Tradition at the University of São Paulo | BERNARDO BIANCHI | 111-123
Inner World and Milieu: Art, Madness, and Brazilian Psychiatry in the Work of Nise da Silveira | MARLON MIGUEL | 125-148
Kill your Darlings (Working Title) | KATA KATZ | 149-160
Making Germany’s Hidden Yet Omnipresent Colonial Past Visible | ANA CAROLINA SCHVEITZER | 161-176
Object: This Not-a-Paper ‘on’ the Andropobscenic University | BRUNA MARTINS COELHO | 177-195
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