• Publications of Walter D Mignolo

      • Books

          • Francisco Carballo.
          • (2014).
          • Una concepcion descolonial del mundo Conversacion de Francisco Carballo con Walter Mignolo.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2014).
          • Avlankning (Translation of Delinking: the rhetoric of modernity, the logic of coloniality and the grammar of decoloniaity).
          • (Translated from English into Swedish by Patricia Lorenzoni)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (July 2013).
          • L' idea di America Latina. Geostoria di una teoria decoloniale.
          • Milano, Italy:
          • Mimesis.
          • Translation of The Idea of Latin America, published by Balckwell, London, 2005.
          • [web]
          • Madina Tlostanova.
          • (June 28, 2012).
          • Learning to Unlearn: Decolonial Reflections from Eurasia and the Americas.
          • Columbus, Ohio:
          • Ohio University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2012).
          • Epistemischer Ungehorsam. Rhetorik der Moderne, Logik der Kolonialität und Grammatik der Dekolonialität (German Translation).
          • Vienna, Austria:
          • Verlag Turia + Kant.
          • Translation into German of "Desobediencia Epistemica", published by Editorial del Signo, Buenos Aires, 2010..
          • (Translated with an introduction, by Jens Katsner and Tom Waibel.)
          • [web]
          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.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (January 2012).
          • Modernity and Decoloniality.
          • (An annotated bibliography of the research program modernity/coloniality/decoloniality after 13 years of its formation.)
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          An annotated bibliography of the research project modernity/coloniality/decoloniality after 13 years of its formation: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grupo_modernidad/colonialidad; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coloniality_of_power

          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.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September 2012).
          • Local Histories/Global Designs. Coloniallity, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking.
          • Second Edition,
          • New Jersey:
          • Princeton University Press.
          • (With a new preface by the author)
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          A second edition with a new preface by the author http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9860.html

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November, 2011).
          • El vuelco de la razón: diferencia colonial y pensamiento fronterizo.
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • Ediciones del Signo, Buenos Aires and Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke University.
          • [web]
          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.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2011).
          • De la hermenéutica y la semiosis colonial al pensar descolonial.
          • Quito, Ecuador:
          • Abya Yala y Universidad Politecnica Salesiana, Quito, Ecuador.
          • (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.)
          • Walter Mignolo.
          • (December 2011).
          • The Darker Side of Western Modernity: Global Futures, Decolonial Options.
          • Latin America Otherwise,
          • Duke University Press.
          • (http://www.latamrob.com/archives/2551)
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          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.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2010).
          • The Idea of Latin America (translated into Korean).
          • Seoul, Korea:
          • Editorial Greenbee.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2010).
          • The idea of Latin America, Korean Translation.
          • Seoul, South Korea:
          • Editorial Greenbee.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March, 2010).
          • Desobediencia epistemica: retorica de la modernidad, logica de la colonialidad y gramatica de la descolonialidad.
          • El desprendimiento y la opcion descolonial,
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • Ediciones del Signos y Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke U.
          • (Spanish translation of "Delinking: Rhetoric of Modernity, Logic of Coloniality, and Grammar of Decolniality", published in Globalization and the Decolonial Option, Routledge, 2009, see edited books). German translation by Jens Kessner in process, to be published in Austria. French translation by Claude Bourguignon to be published in Belgium.)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • Historias Locales/Diseños Globales. Colonialidad, conocimientos subalternos y pensamiento fronterizo.
          • Madrid, Akal, 2003.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • Historia Locais-Projetos Globais. Colonialidade, saberes subalternos e pensamento liminar.
          • Humanitas,
          • Minais Giraes, Brazil, 2003:
          • Editora UFMG.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • La idea de América Latina.
          • Barcelona, Gedisa, 2006; reprint.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • Histórias locais/projetos globais. Colonialidade, saberes subalternos e pensamiento liminar.
          • Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Universidad Mina Gerais.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • La idea de America Latina. La herida Colonial y la opción descolonial.
          • Gedisa, Barcelona, Spain.
          • [web]
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (October, 2005).
          • The Idea of Latin America.
          • London, Blackwell, 2005.
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (1999).
          • Local Histories/Global Designs: Coloniality, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking.
          • Princeton: Princeton University Press.
          • Translated into Spanish (Madrid, Akal) in 2003 and Portuguese (Brazil, University of Minas Gerais) in 2004.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2003).
          • Historias Locales/Diseños Globales; colonialidad, conocimiento subalternos y pensamiento fronterizo.
          • Cuestiones de Antagonismo,
          • Madrid:
          • Editorial Akal.
          • [web]
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (1995).
          • The Darker Side of the Renaissance: Literacy, Territoriality and Colonization.
          • Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1986).
          • Teoría del texto e interpretación de textos.
          • Universidad Autonoma de México.
          • (Reviews: 1) Elide Pittarello, Rassegna Iberistica, Italy, 29, 1987; 2) Frances Aparicio, Yearbook of Comparative Literature, 1988)
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1984).
          • Textos, modelos y metáforas.
          • Jalapa: Universidad Veracruzana.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1978).
          • Elementos para una teoría del texto literario.
          • Barcelona: Crítica Grijalbo.
          • (Reviews: 1) Alcazar, Jorge, Acta Poetica, Mexico, 1981, 258-266; 2) Costa, Gustavo, Romance Philology, Berkeley, 1981, 2, 436- 438; 3) Deredita, John, Hispania, 1980, 63, 620; 4) Forastieri Braschi, Eduardo, La Torre, Puerto Rico, 1979, 103-106; 5) Garrido Gallardo, Miguel Angel, Revista de Literature, Madrid, 1980, 211-215; 6) Bazquez Ayora, Gerardo, Hispamerica, Maryland, 1982, 31, 107-109; 7) Poetics Today, Tel-Aviv, 4/4, 1983, 810)
      • Papers Published

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • Racism As We Sense It Today.
          • PMLA
          • Shu-mei Shi (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 123
          • (5)
          • ,
          • 1737-42.
          • MLA.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September 2008).
          • Futuros Globales y Opciones Descoloniales.
          • XVIII Conference de la Latinité, Textes de Reference
          • ,
          • (pp. 137-152).
          • Universidad Candido Méndes/UNESCO.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • Thinking Decolonially: Citizenship, Knowledge and the Limits of Humanity.
          • In Maria Isabel Mendes de Almeida and Enrique Rodríguez Larreta (Eds.),
          • Candido Mendes. A Aventura da Consciencia. Essaios Homenagem aois seus 80 años
          • ,
          • (pp. 225-258).
          • Universidad Candido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • La opción descolonial. Desprendimiento y apertura. Un Manifiesto y un Caso.
          • In Heriberto Cairo y Walter Mignolo (Eds.),
          • Las vertientes Americanas del Pensamiento Descolonial.
          • ,
          • (pp. 175-208).
          • Trama Editorial, Madrid.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • "Revisando las reglas del juego: conversación con Pablo Iglesias Turrión, Jesús Espasandín López e Iñigo Torrejón Galván.
          • In Heriberto Cairo y Walter Mignolo (Eds.),
          • Las vertientes Americanas del Pensamiento Descolonial.
          • ,
          • (pp. 243-256).
          • Trama Editorial, Madrid.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • La opcion descolonial. Desprendimiento y Apertura. Un Manifiesto y un caso..
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades
          • Heriberto Cairo (Eds.),
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          • 8
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          • 243-281.
          • Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Bogota, Colombia.
          • (This was an advance of the book Vertientes Americanas del Pensamiento Descolonial)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • Revisando las Reglas del Juego.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia
          • Heriberto Cairo (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 8
          • ,
          • 321-334.
          • Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Bogota, Colombia.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • Hermeutics of Democracy: The Thought of Limits and the Colonial Difference.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia
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          • 9
          • ,
          • 39-60.
          • Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Bogota, Colombia.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo and Freya Schiwy.
          • (2008).
          • Double Translation. Transculturation and the Colonial Difference.
          • Información y Comunicación. Revista Científica
          • Carmen Espejo Colo (Eds.),
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          • 4
          • ,
          • 12-34.
          • Universidad de Sevilla.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • In M Moraña, Enrique Dussel and A. Jáuregui (Eds.),
          • Coloniality at Large. Latin America and the Postcolonial Debate
          • ,
          • Latin America Otherwise, W. Mignolo, I. Silverblatt and Sonia Saldívar-Hull, eds
          • ,
          • (pp. 225-258).
          • Duke Univesrity Press.
          • Walter Mignolo and Madina Tlostanova.
          • (Fall, 2007).
          • The Logic of Coloniality and the Limits of Postcoloniality.
          • In John Hawley and Revathi Krishnaswamy (Eds.),
          • The Postcolonial and the Global
          • University of Minnessota Press.
          • [web]
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2007).
          • "The Splendors and Miseries of 'Science': Coloniality, Geopolitics of Knowledge and Spistemic Pluriversality".
          • In Boaventura de Souza Santos (Eds.),
          • Cognitive Justice in a Global World. Prudent Knowledge for a Decent Life
          • ,
          • (pp. 353-375).
          • New York/Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (August, 2007).
          • Cambiando las éticas y las políticas del conocimiento: lógica de la colonialidad y postcolonialidad imperial.
          • In José Luis Saavedra (Eds.),
          • Educación superior, interculturalidad y descolonización
          • ,
          • (pp. 55-86).
          • Programa de Investigación Estratética en Bolivia and Comité Ejecutivo de la Universidad Boliviana.
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2007).
          • Prólogo: Separar las palabras de las cosas.
          • La idea de América Latina: Le herida colonial y la opción de-colonial
          • ,
          • (pp. 15-26).
          • Editorial Gedisa, Barcelona.
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (March, 2007).
          • The Rhetoric of Modernity, the Logic of Coloniality and the Grammar of De-coloniality.
          • Cultural Studies
          • Walter D. Mignolo (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 21
          • (2-3)
          • ,
          • 449-514.
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (Spring, 2007).
          • "The Many Faces of Cosmo-Polis: Border Thinking and Critical Cosmopolitanism".
          • In Candido Mendez (Eds.),
          • The 'Universal' in Human Rights: A Precondition for a Dialogue of Cultures. XVth Conference of the Académie de la Latinité. Reference Text.
          • ,
          • (pp. 225-278).
          • UNESCO-University Candido Mendes.
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • "El pensamiento descolonial: desprendimiento y apertura.
          • In Ramon Grosfoguel and Santiago Cástro-Gómez (Eds.),
          • Ël Giro Descolonial. Reflexiones para una diversidad epistémica más allá del capitalismo global
          • ,
          • (pp. 25-46).
          • Pontificia Universidad Javeriana-Instituto Pensar, Bogota, Colombia.
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • "The De-Colonial Option and the Meaning of Identity in Politics".
          • Anales. Instituto Iberoamericano, Universidad de Goteborg, Sweden
          • Maj-Lis Follér, Academic Director (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 43-72.
          • Goteborg University.
          • Wälter.D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • "El pensamiento descolonial: Reflexiones finales.
          • Comentario International (Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, Quito, Ecuador)
          • Catherine Walsh (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 186-194.
          • Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, Quito, Ecuador.
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • "The De-Colonial Option and the Meaning of Identity in Politics".
          • Studies in Honor of Heitor Martins
          • ,
          • (pp. 11-31).
          • Indiana University, Depart of Spanish and Portuguese.
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • Introduction: Coloniality of Power and de-colonial thinking.
          • Cultural Studies
          • Walter D. Mignolo (Eds.),
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          • 21
          • (2/3)
          • ,
          • 155-167.
          • Routlege, England.
          • [web]
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2004).
          • (In French) Le Salaire de la Peur: The Rhetoric of Modernity and the Logic of Coloniality.
          • In Candido Mendes (Eds.),
          • Hegemonie et Civilisation de la Peur, Proceedings of the Colloque International de l'Academie de la Latinite
          • .
      • Published Articles

          • with
          • Rolando Vazquez.
          • (July 2013).
          • Introduction to Decolonial Aesthesis. Colonial Wounds, Decolonial Healings.
          • Social Text-Periscope, Web Publication
          • Walter Mignolo and Rolando Vazquez (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 9.
          • New York:
          • Social Text.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Spring 2013).
          • Geopolitics of knowing, sensing and knowing: on (de) coloniality, border thinking and epistemic disobedience.
          • Confero. Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics
          • Robert Aman, Division of Education and Adult learning, Linköping University (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 1
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 129-150.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          Revised reprint.

          • W.D. Mignolo and Hongling Liang.
          • (2012).
          • From Global Colonialism to Global Coloniality: Introduction to a Round Table Discussion.
          • Localities
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          • 2
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 331-336.
          • Korean Studies Institute, Pusan, Korea.
          • (An introduction to 7 position statements derived from a Round Table on the topic that took place at the Advanced Institute of Cross Disciplinary Studies, City University of Hong Kong in March of 2012.The remaining statements will be published in Volume 3)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2011).
          • "Geopolitics of sensing and kowing: on (de) coloniality, border thinking and epistemic disobedience.
          • Postcolonial Studies
          • ,
          • 14
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 273-285.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June, 2010).
          • Aiesthesis Decolonial.
          • Calle 14. Revista de Investigacion en el Campo del Arte
          • Pedro Pablo Gomez, Universidad Distrital, Bogota (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 4
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 10-25.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (February 2010).
          • Immigrant Consciousness.
          • In Maria Lugones and Joshua Price (Eds.),
          • Rodolfo Kusch, Indigenous and Popular Thought in America
          • ,
          • (pp. xii-liv).
          • Durham, North Carolina:
          • Duke University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 2010).
          • Desobediencia epistemica, pensamiento independiente y liberacion decolonial.
          • Otros Logos. Revista de Estuidios Criticos
          • Maria Eugenia Borsani (Eds.),
          • ,
          • I
          • (1)
          • Universidad del Comahue, Neuquen, Argentina:
          • .
          • [web]
          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.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November 23, 2010).
          • At the end of the university as we know it.
          • Campaign for the Public University
          • .
          • (This is a Web Page in England Campaigning for Preserving the Function of the Public University)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • El pensamiento descolonial. Desprendimiento y apertura.
          • In Enriqiue Dussel, Eduardo Mendieta y Carmen Bohorquez (Eds.),
          • El pensamiento filosofico latinoamerica, del Cabire y "latino". 1300-2000
          • ,
          • (pp. 659-672).
          • Pazcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico:
          • Centro de Cooperacion Regional para la Educacion de Adultos en America Latina.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • El vuelco de la razon.
          • Revista Jicara
          • ,
          • July-December 2010
          • (6)
          • ,
          • 20-29.
          • Bogota, Colombia:
          • Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas, Ciencias de la Educacon.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December, 2009).
          • Epistemic disobedience, independent thoughts, decolonial freedom.
          • Theory, Culture & Society
          • ,
          • 26
          • (7/8)
          • ,
          • 1-23.
          • London:
          • Sage.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December, 2009).
          • Cosmopolitanism and the Decolonial Option.
          • Studies in Philosophy and Education
          • Sweden:
          • Springer.
          • (Online Version, December 9, 2009)
          • [web]
          • with
          • Madina Tlostanova.
          • (October, 2009).
          • On Pluritopic Hermeneuics, Trans-modern Thinking and Decolonial Philosophy.
          • Encounters. International journal for the study of culture and society
          • Rafael Reyes Ruiz (Eds.),
          • ,
          • I
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 9-26.
          • Dubai, United Arabs Emirates:
          • Zayed University.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2009).
          • Dispensable and Bare Lives: Coloniality and the Hidden Politica/Economyc Agenda of Modernity.
          • Human Architecture. Journal of the Sociology of Self-knowledge. Special Issue: Historicizing Anti-Semitism
          • Mohammed H. Tamdgidi (Eds.),
          • ,
          • VII
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 69-88.
          • Boston:
          • OKYR (http://www.okcir.com/).
          • [web]
          • with
          • Madina Tlostanova.
          • (September, 2009).
          • Global Coloniality and the Decolonial Option.
          • Kultur. Special Issue: Epistemologies of Transformation
          • Julia Krabbe (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 130-147.
          • Rolskilde University, Copenhaguen..
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2009).
          • La idea de América Latina (la derecha, la izquierda y la opción descolonial).
          • Crítica y Emancipación
          • Horacio Tarcus (Eds.),
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          • I
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 251-276.
          • CLACSO (Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales).
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2009).
          • Who Speaks for the "Human" in Human Rights?.
          • Hispanic Issues on Line. Special Issue: Human Rights in Latin America and Iberian Cultures
          • Anna Forcinito, Raul Marrero-Fonte and Kelly McDonough (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 5
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 7-25.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (August, 2006).
          • A globalizacion e a xeopolitica do coñecemento: o papel das humanidades na universidade corporativa.
          • A Literatura Compadad Oxe. Boletín Galego da Literatura
          • Cesar Dominguez (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 33.
          • (1/2)
          • ,
          • 97-119.
          • Universiade Santiago de Compostela.
          • (I do not know where to put this information among the many multiple choices in the menu.)
          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."

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Globalizacion, doble traduccion y interculturalidad.
          • Revista Educativa Cultural Saint Andrew's. Special Issue on "Colonialidad del Saber y Educación
          • Edmundo Mercado y Alvaro Canon (Eds.),
          • ,
          • I
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 52-61.
          • Colegio Saint Andrew's, La Paz, Bolivia.
          • with
          • Madina Tlostanova.
          • (2006).
          • “Theorizing from the Borders. Shifting to the Geo/Body Politics of Knowledge”.
          • European Journal of Social Theory
          • ,
          • 9
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 205-221.
          • [web]
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • 5) “Silencios da autoridade: A colonialidade do ser e do saber”.
          • Grial. Revista Galega de Cultura, 165/2005
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2003).
          • The Maker of Race: Knowledge and the Differential/Colonial Accumulation of Meaning.
          • Neohelicon, Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum
          • ,
          • XXX/1
          • ,
          • 89-102.
          • (2003).
          • The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • SAQ
          • ,
          • 101.1
          • ,
          • 57-96.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (Winter, 2002).
          • The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference.
          • SAQ
          • ,
          • 101.1
          • ,
          • 56-96.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2002).
          • The Enduring Enchantment (Or the Epistemic Privilege of Modernity and Where to Go from Here).
          • SAQ
          • ,
          • 101
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 927-954.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (Setiembre/Diciembre).
          • Latin American Cultural Studies?.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2002).
          • The Zapatistas' Theoretical Revolution: Its Historical, Ethical and Political Consequences.
          • .
          • (Review: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations 25,3 (2002): 245-275)
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (September, 2001).
          • Géopolitique de la connaissance, colonialité du pouvoir et différence coloniale.
          • Multitudes
          • ,
          • 56-71.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2000).
          • The Many Faces of Cosmo-polis: Border Thinking and Critical Cosmopolitanism.
          • Public Culture
          • ,
          • 12
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 721-748.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (February, 2000).
          • La revolución teórica del zaqpatismo: sus consecuencias históricas, éticas y políticas.
          • Orbs Tertius: Revista de Teoría y Critica Literaria
          • ,
          • 5
          • (11)
          • La Plata, Argentina: Unversidad de la Plata.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • The Role of the Humanities in the Corporate University.
          • MLA publication
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • Colonialidad del poder y subalternidad.
          • Hueso Humero
          • ,
          • 36
          • ,
          • 91-119.
          • Lima, Peru.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1999).
          • Stock to Watch: Colonial Difference, Planetary 'Multiculturalism,' and Radical Planning.
          • Plurimondi
          • ,
          • 1/2
          • ,
          • 7-33.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1999).
          • Philosophy and the Colonial Difference.
          • Philosophy Today (section: Is There a Latin American Philosophy?)
          • ,
          • 43
          • ,
          • 36-41.
          • (released January 2000)
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1999).
          • 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
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 234-248.
          • (1998).
          • Remodeling the Store: The End of Foreign Languages and the Beginning of Transcultural Education.
          • ADLF Bulletin
          • ,
          • 29
          • (3)
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1998).
          • Remodeling the Store: The End of Foreign Languages and the Beginning of Transcultural Education.
          • ADLF BULLETIN
          • ,
          • 29
          • (3)
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1998).
          • Post-occidentalismo: el argumento desde América Latina.
          • Cuadernos Americanos
          • ,
          • 1
          • (67)
          • ,
          • 144-165.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1998).
          • 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.
          • Venezuela: Espacios: Revista de Investigaciones Literarias y Culturales.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (Spring, 1997).
          • La razón postcolonial: Herencias coloniales y teorías postcoloniales.
          • Gragota
          • ,
          • 7-30.
          • Revista del Instituto de Legras. Programa de Pos-Graducao, Universidad Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janieiro, Brasil.
          • ((Nov.-Dec. 1996))
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1997).
          • Los estudios subalternos, son posmodernos o poscoloniales.
          • Casa de Las Americas, Cuba
          • ,
          • 104/1996
          • ,
          • 20-40.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1997).
          • Espacios geográficos y localizaciones epistemológicas.
          • Diseño. Revista Interacional de Pensamiento Latinoamericano
          • ,
          • Frankfurt,3
          • ,
          • 1-18.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1996).
          • Posoccidentalismo: las epistemologías fronterizas y el dilema de los estudios (Latinamericanos) de área.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • ,
          • 176-177.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1995).
          • Decires fuera de lugar: sujetos dicentes, roles sociales y formas de inscripción.
          • Revista de Critica Literaria Latinoamericana
          • ,
          • 41
          • ,
          • 9-32.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1995).
          • Human Understanding and (Latin) American interests.
          • Poetics Today
          • ,
          • 16
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 171-214.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1995).
          • Occidentalizacion, imperialismo, globalización: herencias coloniales y teorías postcoloniales.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • ,
          • 179071
          • ,
          • 27-40.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1994).
          • Editor's Introduction, Loci of Enunciation and Imaginary Constructions: The Case of (Latin) America.
          • Poetics Today
          • ,
          • 15
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 505-521.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (November, 1993).
          • Colonial and Post-Colonial Discourse: Cultural Critique or Academic Colonialism?.
          • Latin American Research Review
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1993).
          • Colonial and Postcolonial Discourse: Cultural Critique or Academic Colonialism?.
          • Latin American Research Review
          • ,
          • 28
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 120-131.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1993).
          • Misunderstanding and colonization: the reconfiguration of memory and space.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • ,
          • 92
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 209-260.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1992).
          • The Darker Side of the Renaissance: colonization and the discontinuity of the classical tradition.
          • Renaissance Quarterly
          • ,
          • xlv
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 808-828.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1992).
          • 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
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 301-330.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1991).
          • Canon a(nd) cultural boundaries: or Whose canon are we talking about?.
          • Poetics Today
          • ,
          • 12
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 2-28.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1991).
          • Canon and corpus: an alternative view of comparative literary studies in colonial situations.
          • Dedalus. Revista Portuguesa de Literatura Comparada
          • ,
          • 1
          • ,
          • 219-244.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1991).
          • Theoretical and fuzzy domains. An essay in conceptual elucidation.
          • Proceedings of the XII Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association
          • ,
          • 5
          • ,
          • 253-264.
          • Amsterdam: ludicium.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1990).
          • 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.
          • (1989).
          • Colonial Situations, Geographical Discourses and Territorial Representations: Toward a Diatopical Understanding of Colonial Semiosis.
          • Speical issue of Dispositio on Colonial Discourse
          • R. Adorno and W. Mignolo (Eds.),
          • ,
          • XIV
          • (36-38)
          • ,
          • 93-140.
          • Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1989).
          • Literacy and colonization.
          • Hispanic Issues
          • ,
          • 4
          • ,
          • 51-96.
          • (Special issue devoted to "Re/discovering Colonial Writing"). Eds. R. Jara and N. Spadaccini)
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1988).
          • Anáhuac y sus Otros: la cuestión de la letra en el Nuevo Mundo.
          • Revista de crítica literaria latinoamericana
          • ,
          • 28
          • ,
          • 29-53.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1987).
          • Diálogo y Conversación.
          • Diálogos Hispánicos
          • ,
          • 6
          • ,
          • 3-26.
          • Universidad de Amsterdam.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1987).
          • 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.
          • (1986).
          • La lengua, la letra, el territorio (o la crisis de los estudios literarios coloniales).
          • Dispositio
          • ,
          • 28
          • (29)
          • ,
          • 135-160.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1986).
          • Histórica, Relaciones y Tlatollótl: los Preceptos historiales de Fuentes y Guzmán y la historiográfica Indiana.
          • Filología, Bs. As.
          • ,
          • XXI
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 153-177.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1985).
          • Dominios borrosos y dominios teóricos." Ensayo de elucidación conceptual.
          • Filologia
          • ,
          • XX
          • (I)
          • ,
          • 21-40.
          • Buenos Aires.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1984).
          • Sobre la condiciones de la ficción literaria.
          • Cuadernos de Literatura
          • ,
          • 17
          • ,
          • 21-26.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1983).
          • Comprensión hermenenéutica y comprensión teórica.
          • Revista de Literatura
          • ,
          • 90
          • ,
          • 5-38.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1983).
          • Semiosis y universos de sentido.
          • Lexis
          • ,
          • 2
          • ,
          • 219-237.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1982-1983).
          • Qué clase de textos son géneros? Fundamentos de topología textual.
          • Acta poética
          • ,
          • 4-5
          • ,
          • 25-51.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1982).
          • La figura del poeta en la lírica de vanguardia.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • ,
          • 118-119
          • ,
          • 131-148.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1981).
          • El metatexto historiográfico y la historiografía indiana.
          • MLN
          • ,
          • 94
          • ,
          • 358-402.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1980-1981).
          • Semantización de la ficción literaria.
          • Dispositio
          • ,
          • 15-16
          • ,
          • 85-127.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1979).
          • Paradiso: derivación y red.
          • Texto Crítico
          • ,
          • 90-111.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1978).
          • La teoría en el campo de los Estudios Literarios.
          • Dispositio
          • ,
          • 7-8
          • ,
          • 1-20.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1977).
          • Emergencia, espacios, 'mundos posibles': las propuestas epistemológicas de J.L. Borges.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • ,
          • 100-101
          • ,
          • 357-79.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1976).
          • Aspectos del cambio literario.
          • Revista Iberoamericana
          • ,
          • 31-49.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1976).
          • Conexidad, coherencia, ambigüedad: Todos los guegos el fuego'.
          • Hispamérica
          • ,
          • 3-26.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1976).
          • La noción de competencia en poética.
          • Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos
          • ,
          • 605-622.
          • Madrid.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1975).
          • Los abatares del discurso mimético.
          • Chasqui
          • ,
          • V.2
          • ,
          • 5-13.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (Aout-December 1975).
          • La poètique et les changement littèraires.
          • Etudes Littèraires
          • ,
          • 241-268.
          • W. Mignolo with W. van Wert.
          • (1974).
          • The Semiology of Julia Kristeva and the Cinematographic Semiotic Practice.
          • Sub-Stance
          • ,
          • 9
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1973).
          • La escena y la escritura: una hipótesis de trabajo sobre la poética en América.
          • Hispamérica
          • ,
          • 3-39.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1972).
          • La dispersión de la palabra (aproximación lingüística a un poema 'Vallejo').
          • Neuva Revista de Filología Hispánica
          • ,
          • Tomo XXI
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 399-411.
          • W. Mignolo with Jorge Aguilar Mora.
          • (1971).
          • Borges el libro y la escritura.
          • Ceravelle
          • ,
          • 187-194.
      • Articles & Book Chapters

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (MAY 2014).
          • Initial entry in exhibit-event catalog: Spirituality, Subjectivity and (Im) migrant Consciousness: The Tasks Ahead.
          • CATALOG OF BE-BOP 2014, EXHIBITS, PERFORMANCES AND LECTURES
          • .
          • [web]
          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.D. Mignolo.
          • (March 2014).
          • Looking for the meaning of "Decolonial Gesture.".
          • E-misferica
          • Diana Taylor and Macarena Gomez-Barris (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 11
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 6600 words.
          • Hemispheric Institute.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March 2014).
          • The City, the Country and the Resurgence of the Disavowed.".
          • The South as State of Main. Main Focus. Polis
          • ,
          • 4
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 70-72.
          • 36, Galinou Street 11741, Athens Greece:
          • Kunhsthalle Athena.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March 2014).
          • Spirit Out of Bound Returns to the East: The Closing of the Social Sciences and the Opening of Independent Thoughts.
          • Current Sociology
          • ,
          • 62
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 584-602.
          • London:
          • Sage Journal.
          • (Special issue devote to Eurocentrism and the Production of Knoweldge)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September 30, 2013).
          • Sensing Otherwise. A Story of an Exhibition.
          • IBRAAZ. Contemporary Visual Culture in North Africa and the Middle East
          • Anthony Downey (Eds.),
          • Kamel Lazaar Foundation,.
          • [web]
          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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (July 2013).
          • On the colonization of Amerindian languages and memories.
          • Literacy Studies, Vol 1
          • London:
          • Sage Publication.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 8, 2013).
          • Re:Emerging, Discentering and Delinking: Shifing thte Geographies of Sensing, Knowing and Believing.
          • IBRAAZ: Contemporary Visual Cultures in North Africa and the Middle East
          • Anthony Downey (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Platform 6
          • Kamal Lazar Foundation.
          • (A report on Sharjah Biennial 11, March 13-May 13, 2013.)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2013).
          • "Going Both Ways: An interview with Yuko Hasegawa".
          • IBRAAZ: Contemporary Visual Cultures in North Africa and the Middle East
          • Antony Downey (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Platform 6
          • Kamel Lazar Foundation.
          • (An interview with Yuko Hasegawa, Curator of the Sharjah Biennial 11, conducted by Stephanie Bailey and Walter Mignolo)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Feb 16, 2013).
          • Yes, We Can: Non-European Thinkers and Philosophers.
          • Al Jazeera
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November 13,2013).
          • (De) coloniality and (Un) easy postcolonialilsm. Preface to a special issue of WKO.
          • Web Journal, WKO
          • Manuela Boatca (Eds.),
          • ,
          • WKO, World and Knowledges Otherwise
          • ,
          • 3
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 1-4.
          • Duke University:
          • Center for Global Studies and the Humanities.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 2013).
          • The Point of Non-Return:The Re-Emergence of the Disavowed.
          • Comparative Studies of Asia, Africa and the Middle East
          • Timothy Mitchell and Anupama Rao (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 33
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 268-271.
          • Durham, North Carolina:
          • Duke University Press.
          • (Invited esponse to the "Mission Statement")
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2013).
          • Desobediencia epistemica y descolonizacion de las ciencias sociales.
          • In Rodrigo Cordero Vega (Eds.),
          • Formas de Comprender el Presente. Conferencias reunidas de la catedra Norbert Lechner, 2010-11
          • Santiago, Chile:
          • Universidad Diego Portales.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          Released in 2013, with date 2012

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (August 2013).
          • ¨Who Speaks for the ´Human¨ in Human Rights?¨.
          • In Juan Manuel Barreto (Eds.),
          • Human Rights from the Third World Perspectives. Critique, History and International Law
          • Canbridge, England:
          • Cambridge Scholar PUblishers.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2013).
          • Imperial/Colonial Metamorphosis. A decolonial Narrative from the Ottoman Sultanate and Spanish Empire to the US and the EU.
          • In Graham Huggan (Eds.),
          • The Oxford Handbook of Postcolonial Studies
          • ,
          • (pp. 107-127).
          • London:
          • Oxford University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2013).
          • Decolonizing the Nation-State: Zionism in the Coloniral Horizon of Modernity.
          • In Gianni Vattimo and Michael Marder (Eds.),
          • Deconstructing Zionism. A Critique of Political Metaphysics
          • ,
          • Political Theory and Contemporary Philosophy
          • ,
          • (pp. 57-75).
          • Bloomsbury.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2013).
          • On Compaison: Who is Comparing What and Why?.
          • In Rita Flesh and Susan Stanford Friedman (Eds.),
          • Comparison
          • The John Hopkins University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (August 2013).
          • ¨Reflections on Be.Bop 2012. Black Europe Body Politics.
          • IDEA. Art + Society
          • Ovidiu Tichindeleanu (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 42
          • ,
          • 7.
          • Rumania:
          • http://idea.ro/revista/?q=en/Tichindeleanu.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November 6, 2013).
          • 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
          • Anthony Dowen (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Platform 6
          • ,
          • 4000 words.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2012).
          • Mariátegui and Gramsci in "Latin" America. Between Revolution and Decoloniality.
          • In Neelam Srivastava and Baidik Bhattacharya (Eds.),
          • The Postcolonial Gramsci
          • ,
          • (pp. 191-221).
          • London:
          • Routledge.
          • (Dated 2011, it came out in 2012)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (April 2012).
          • Decolonial Cosmopolitanism and Dialogue Among Civilizations.
          • In Gerard Delanty (Eds.),
          • Routledge Handbook on Cosmoplitanism Studies
          • London:
          • Routledge.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (January 2012).
          • The Geopolitics of Sensing and Kowing.
          • Transversal. Multilingual Web Journal
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (April 2012).
          • La desoccidentalizacion es irreversible.
          • LaVaca, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 30, 2011).
          • De-Secularization as a Condition for the Dialogue of Civilizations.
          • World Public Forum Web Page
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (February 2012).
          • The Failures of Neoliberalism and the Road to the Future.
          • World Public Forum Web Page
          • World Public Forum Organization.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 6, 2011).
          • Hacia la desoccidentalizacion.
          • Pagina 12
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • Pagina 12, Newspaer.
          • (Op-ed related to the myth of Latin America "turn to the Left.")
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 2012).
          • Desobediencia Epistemica. Pensamiento independiente y libertad descolonial.
          • In Sergio Caba and Gonzalo Garcia (Eds.),
          • Observaciones Latinoamericanas
          • ,
          • (pp. 71-97).
          • Ediciones Universidad de Valparaiso, Chile.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (April 21, 2012).
          • Dheli 2012: La desoccidentalización, los BRICS y la distribución racial del capital y del conocimiento.
          • My Personal Blog
          • Personal Blog.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (April 10, 2012).
          • Dispatches from Hong Kong:The Myths of Democratic and Authoritarian States.
          • My Personal Blog
          • My personal blog.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June 6, 2012).
          • Dispatches from Hong Kong 3: Corruption and the Myths of Democratic and Authoritarian States.
          • My Personal Blog
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 24, 2012).
          • The role of BRICS countries in the becoming world order: ¨humanity¨, imperial/colonial difference and the racial distribution of capital and knoweldge.
          • Humanity and Difference in the Global Age
          • ,
          • Candido Mendes
          • ,
          • (pp. 41-89).
          • Paris and Brazil:
          • UNESCO and Universidad Candido Mendes, Brazil.
          • (Pre-publication for the International Conference ¨Humanity and Difference in a Global Age¨ organized by UNESCO, Tsinghua University and Universidade Candido Mendes, Beijing May, 23-25, 2012)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (July, 2011).
          • The Darker Side of the Enlightenment: A Decolonial Reading of Kant's Geography.
          • In Stuart Elden and Eduardo Mendieta (Eds.),
          • Reading Kant's Geography
          • ,
          • (pp. 319-344).
          • Albany:
          • SUNY Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June, 2011).
          • Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity: Fred Wilson's "Mining the Museum".
          • In Doro Globus (Eds.),
          • Fred Wilson: A Critical Reader
          • ,
          • (pp. 71-85).
          • London, England:
          • Ridinghouse.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2011).
          • "I Am Where I Think. Remapping the Order of Knowing.".
          • In Francoise Lionnet and Shu-mei Shih (Eds.),
          • The Creolization of Theory.
          • ,
          • (pp. 159-192).
          • Duke University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March, 2011).
          • Crossing Gazes and the Silence of the “Indians”: Theodor De Bry and Guaman Poma de Ayala.
          • Journal of Medieval and Rennaissance Studies
          • Maureen Quilligan (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Theodor De Bry’s Voyages to the New and Old Worlds.
          • ,
          • 4
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 173-223.
          • Durham, North Carolina:
          • Duke University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2011).
          • El vuelco de la razón: sobre las revoluciones, independencias y rebeliones de finales del xviii y principios del xix.
          • In Norma Giarraca (Eds.),
          • Bicentenarios (Otros), transiciones y resistencias
          • ,
          • (pp. 27-38).
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • La Ventana.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2011).
          • Border Thinking, Decolonial Cosmopolitanism and Dialogues Among Civilizations.
          • In Maria Rovisco and Magdalena Nowicka (Eds.),
          • The Ashgate Companion to Cosmopolitanism
          • ,
          • (pp. 329-348).
          • London, England:
          • Ashgate.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Summer, 2011).
          • Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • In Jonathan Harris (Eds.),
          • Globalization and Contemporary Art
          • ,
          • (pp. 71-86).
          • London, England:
          • Willey.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2011).
          • Modernity and Decoloniality. An annotated bibliography.
          • In Oxford University Press (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Oxford Bibliography On Line
          • ,
          • OBO
          • Oxford University Press.
          • (This doesn't fit in any of the categories available so far, "articles in book or journals")
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2011).
          • Globalization and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: The Role of the Humanities in the Corporate University.
          • In Kathryn L. Kleypass and james I Mc Dougall (Eds.),
          • The American-Style University at Large. Transplants, Outposts, and the Globalization of Higher Educaton
          • ,
          • (pp. 3-40).
          • Maryland:
          • Lexington Books,The Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group.
          • [web]
          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.

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2011).
          • L' option decoloniale.
          • In Marc Maesschalck et Alain Loute (Eds.),
          • Nouvelle Critique Sociales. Europe-Amerique Latin-Retour
          • ,
          • (pp. 233-257).
          • Brussels:
          • Plimetrica. International Scientic Publisher.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2011).
          • Decolozing Western Epistemology/Building Decolonial Epistemologies.
          • Decolonizing Epistemologies. Latino/a Theology and Philosophy
          • ,
          • (pp. 19-43).
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November 2010).
          • Coloniality at Large: The Western Hemisphere in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • In Caroline Levander et al, editors (Eds.),
          • Teaching and Studying the Americas
          • ,
          • (pp. 35-65).
          • England, http://www.palgrave.com/aboutus/maps.asp#Basingstoke:
          • Palgrave-McMillan.
          • (Introduction; A.Byrd, M.Emerson, C.Levander & A.B.Pinn PART I: LOCATING AND DISLOCATING THE AMERICAS Good Neighbor/Bad Neighbor: Boltonian Americanism and Hemispheric Studies; A.Barrenechea Bad Neighbor/Good Neighbor: Across the Disciplines Toward a Hemispheric Studies; C.Levander Coloniality at Large: The Western Hemisphere and the Colonial Horizon of Modernity; W.Mignolo PART II: DISCIPLINING HEMISPHERIC STUDIES A Major Motion Picture: Studying and Teaching the Americas; M.O.Emerson Embodied Meaning: The 'Look' and 'Location' of Religion in the American Hemisphere; A.B.Pinn Primeval Whiteness: White Supremacies, (Latin) American History, and the Transamerican Challenge to Critical Race Studies; R.Hill The Making of 'Americans': Old Boundaries, New Realities; K.Manges Douglas & R.Saenz Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching the History of the Western Hemisphere; M.López-Alonso PART III: PROGRAMS AND PEDAGOGY Beyond National Borders: Researching and Teaching Jovita González; H.Miner & R.Sager Migrant Archives: New Routes In and Out of American Studies; R.Lazo Partnering Across the Americas: Crossing National and Disciplinary Borders in Archival Development; M.Bailar Ghosts of the American Century: The Intellectual, Programmatic and Institutional Challenges for Transnational/Hemispheric American Studies; M.Guterl & D.Cohn)
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December, 2009).
          • La colonialidad: la cara oculta de la modernidad.
          • Catalog of museum exhibit: Modernologies
          • Museo de Arte Moderno de Barcelona.
          • (Spanish translation of "Coloniality: The Darker Side of Modernity.")
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November, 2009).
          • Grenzdenken un die decoloniale Option.
          • Bildpunk
          • Jens Kastner (Eds.),
          • Vienna, Austria:
          • .
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November, 2009).
          • The communal and the declonial.
          • Turbulence. Ideas for Movement
          • Rodrigo Nunes (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 5
          • ,
          • 29-31.
          • Turbulence Organization. Published by even people based in four countries, www.turbulence.org.uk.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2009).
          • Coloniality: The Darker Side of Modernity.
          • In curator Sabine Breitwisser (Eds.),
          • Modernologies. Contemporary Artists Researching Modernity and Modernism Catalog of the Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona, Spain
          • ,
          • (pp. 39-49).
          • Barcelona Sain:
          • MACBA.
          • (Catalog of the exhibit Modernologia/Modernologies/Modernology)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (October, 2009).
          • Enduring Enchantment: Secularism and the Epistemic Privileges of Modernity.
          • In P. Billmoria and A. B. Irvine (Eds.),
          • Postcolonial Philosophy of Religion
          • ,
          • (pp. 273-292).
          • Springer Science.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September, 2009).
          • Regeneración y reciclaje: descolonizar la ciencia y la tecnología para liberar la vida.
          • In Ignacio Mendiola Gonzalo (Eds.),
          • Rastros y rostros de la biopolítica
          • ,
          • (pp. 181-200).
          • Barcelona, Spain:
          • Editorial Anthropos.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 17, 2009).
          • At the end of the university as we know it.
          • .
          • (Blog)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 15, 2009).
          • Retorica del desarollo y colonialidad del saber.
          • Pagina 12 (Newspaper, Buenos Aires)
          • ,
          • Section: Universidad/Opinion
          • Buenos Aires:
          • Pagina 12.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March 28, 2009).
          • Esclavitud moderna y capitalismo global: la crisis financiera en su justa proporcion.
          • .
          • (Blog)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Spring, 2009).
          • The Power of Labeling.
          • Report for the Museum of World Culture, Goteborg
          • Adriana Munoz, Curator, Museum of World Culture (Eds.),
          • Gotteborg, Sweeden:
          • Museum of World Culture.
          • (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.)
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2009).
          • Frantz Fanon y la opción decolonial: el conocimiento y lo político.
          • In Carlos Prieto del Campo (Eds.),
          • Frantz Fanon, Piel Negra, máscaras blancas
          • ,
          • Cuestiones de antagonismo
          • ,
          • (pp. 309-326).
          • Madrid, Spain,:
          • W.D. Mignolo y Ramón Grosfóguel.
          • (2008).
          • Ïntervenciones descoloniales: una breve introduccion.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia
          • ,
          • 9
          • ,
          • 29-37.
          • Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Bogota, Colombia.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • Preface.
          • In Prem Poddar, Rajee S. Patke and Lars Jensen (Eds.),
          • Postcolonial Literatures. Continental Europe and its Empires
          • ,
          • (pp. xiv-xvii).
          • Edimburg University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (On going since 2006).
          • Decolonial thoughts.
          • Online blog
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • La opción descolonial.
          • Letral. Revista Electrónica de Estudios Transatlánticos
          • Alvaro Salvador (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 4-22.
          • Universidad de Granada, Spain.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 6, 2008).
          • Barack y Evo.
          • Pagina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (August 12th, 2008).
          • Economía Global, Mundo Policéntrico.
          • Patina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • La Mercantilización de la Vida.
          • Pagina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • La Democracia y el Espíritu Global del Capitalismo.
          • Pagina 12, News Paper, Buenos Aires, Argentina
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo y Heriberto Cairo.
          • (2008).
          • Epílogo: Pensamiento descoloial y proyectos políticos descoloniales: genealogías, problemas y bases para la interfecundación.
          • Vertientes Americanas del Pensamiento Descolonial
          • ,
          • (pp. 257-269).
          • Trama Editorial, Madrid.
          • [web]
          • (July, 2006).
          • “Introduction to Knowledges and Scholars at Risk in the Post-Socialist World’.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • ,
          • 105
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 479-499.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (July, 2006).
          • Introduction to Double Critique.
          • SAQ
          • ,
          • 105
          • (3)
          • Duke U Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March, 2006).
          • “Evo Morales, giro a la izquierda o giro descolonial?”.
          • In Democracias en desconfianzas, Ensayos de Sociedad Civil y Política en América Latina, Montevideo
          • Jose da Cruz (Eds.),
          • Democracias en desconfianza. Ensayos de Sociedad Civil y Política en América Latina. Montevideo
          • ,
          • 93-116.
          • Montevideo: Editorial Coscoroba.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Spring, 2006).
          • "El pensamiento des-colonial: desprendimiento y apertura. Un manifiesto".
          • Tristestópicos
          • .
          • (Translation of the inaugural lectured delivered at the Center for Advanced Studies, Univeristy of Coimbra, Portugal, http://redalyc.uaemex.mx/redalyc/pdf/396/39600304.pdf)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March, 2006).
          • “Citizenship, Knolwedge and the Limits of Humanity”.
          • American Literary History
          • ,
          • 18
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 312-331.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (January, 2006).
          • “Cambiando las eticas y las políticas del conocimiento: La lógica de la colonialidad y la post-colonialidad imperial”.
          • Tristes Topicos, Web Dossiers
          • .
          • [web]
          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;

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Museums in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • IN CD-ROOM
          • Board of CIMAM (Eds.),
          • Proceeding, Annual CIMAM Conference (International Association of Museums of Modern Art)
          • ,
          • CD-ROM
          • Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona.
          • [web]
          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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Postoccidentalismo: Las epistemologías fronterizas y el dilema de los estudios (latinoamericanos) de area.
          • In Ignacio Sanchez Prado (Eds.),
          • America Latina: Giro Optico. Nuevas visiones desde los estudios literarios y culturales
          • ,
          • (pp. 191-218).
          • Puebla: Universidad de las Americas.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Introduction to Double Critique.
          • SAQ
          • Walter Mignolo and Madina Tlostanova (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 105
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 479-500.
          • Duke University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • La opción descolonial. El Pachakuti conceptual de nuestro tiempo..
          • Ön Line Dictionary
          • Pablo Gonzales Casanova (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 2600 words.
          • Universidad Autonoma de Mexico.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Double Critique: Knowledges and Scholars at Risk in the Post-Socialist World.
          • SAQ
          • Walter Mignolo and Madina Tlostanova (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 105
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 479-500.
          • Duke University Press.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Introduction to Double Critique: Knowledges and Scholars at Risk.
          • SAQ
          • ,
          • 105
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 479-500.
          • Duke University Press.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Introduction to Double Critique: Knowledges and Scholars at Risk in Post-Soviet Societies.
          • SAQ
          • Walter Mignolo and Madina Tlostanova (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 105
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 479-500.
          • Duke University Press.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • “El giro gnoseológico decolonial: la contribución de Aimé Césaire a la geopolítica y la corpo-política del conocimiento”.
          • In Carlos Prieto del Campo (Eds.),
          • Aimé Césaire, Discurso sobre el Colonialismo
          • ,
          • Cuestiones de Antagonismo
          • ,
          • (pp. 197-221).
          • Editorial Akal, Madrid, Spain.
          Publication Description

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

          • W. Mignolo.
          • (September, 2005).
          • 9) “Africanity, Indianity, Latinity: Racism and the Colonial Matrix of Power”.
          • In Cándido Mendes (Eds.),
          • Ltinité et identité Haitienne: Entre la Tradition et la modernité
          • ,
          • (pp. 50-73).
          • Universidade Candido Mendes: Rio de Janeiro.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (March, 2005).
          • 8) “Imperial/Colonial Metamorphosis: from the Ottoman and Spanish Empires to the US and European Union”,.
          • In Cándido Méndes (Eds.),
          • Islam, Latinité, Transmodernité
          • ,
          • (pp. 91-145).
          • Universidad Cándido Méndes: Rio de Janeiro.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • 4) “Preface”.
          • In Catherine Walsh (Eds.),
          • Pensamiento crítica y matriz (de)colonial
          • ,
          • (pp. 7-12).
          • Quito/Ecuador: Editorial Abya-Yala/Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • 6) “Huntington’s Fears: ‘Latinidad’iin the Horizon of the Modern/Colonial World”,.
          • In Ramón Grosfoguel, Nelson Madonado-Torres and José David Saldívar (Eds.),
          • Latin@s in the World-System. Decolonization Struggles in the 21st. Century US Empire
          • ,
          • (pp. 57-74).
          • Boulder/London: Paradigm Publishers.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • 1) “Globalización, procesos civilizatorios y reubicación de las lenguas y las culturas”.
          • In Ram[on Pajuelo and Pablo Sandoval, eds. (Eds.),
          • Globalización y diversidad cultural. Una mirada desde América Latina.
          • ,
          • (pp. 203-228).
          • Perú: IEP ediciones.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • 2) “Colonialidad global, capitalismo y hegemonía epistémica”.
          • In Ricardo Salvatore (Eds.),
          • Culturas Imperiales. Experiencia y representación en América, Asia y Africa.
          • ,
          • (pp. 55-88).
          • Rosario/Argentina: Beatriz Viterbo Editora.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • 3) “’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.
          • Gustavo Verdesio (Eds.),
          • ,
          • XXV
          • (52)
          • ,
          • 127-147.
          • Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan (Department of Romance Studies),.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • 7) “Prophets Facing Sidewise: The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference”..
          • Social Epistemology
          • edited by James Maffie (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 19
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 111-128.
          • London: Routledge.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • Splendors and Miseries of "Science": Coloniality, Geopolitics of Knowledge, and Epistemic Pluri-versality.
          • In Boaventura de Sousa Santos (Eds.),
          • Prudent Knowledge for a Decent Life, forthcoming
          • University of Wisconsin Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • Huntington's Fear: Latinos/as in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • In Grosfoguel, Ramon; Maldonado-Torres, Nelson and Saldivar, Jose (Eds.),
          • Paradigm Press.
          • (To be published in the proceedings of the conference "Latino/as in the Modern World System" Berkeley, April 2004)
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2005).
          • Prophets Facing Sidewise (The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference).
          • Social Epistemology
          • ,
          • 2005
          • .
          Publication Description

          Critical commentary on Meera Nanda's book, Prophets Facing Backward: Postmodern Critiques of Science and Hindu Nationalism. London: Routledge, 2003.

          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2003).
          • Capitalism and Geopolitics of Knowledge: Latin American Social Thought and Latino/American Studies.
          • In Juan Poblete (Eds.),
          • Critical Latin American and Latino Studies
          • ,
          • (pp. 32-75).
          • University of Minnesota Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2003).
          • Philosophy and the Colonial Difference.
          • In Eduardo Mendieta (Eds.),
          • Latin American Philosophy: Currents, Issues, Debates
          • ,
          • (pp. 80-89).
          • Indiana University Press.
          • W. Mignolo with Freya Schiwy.
          • (2003).
          • Double Translation: Transculturation and the Colonial Difference.
          • In Tullio Maranhao and Bernhard Streck (Eds.),
          • Translation and Ethnography: The Anthropological Challenge of Intercultural Understanding
          • ,
          • (pp. 3-30).
          • University of Arizona Press.
          • (2002).
          • Globalization and the Borders of Latinity.
          • In Mario Saenz (Eds.),
          • The Latin American Perspectives on Globalization. Ethics, Politics and Alternative Visions
          • ,
          • (pp. 77-101).
          • New York: Bowman and Littlefield.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2002).
          • Rethinking the Colonial Model.
          • In Linda Hutcheon and Mario Valdez (Eds.),
          • Rethinking Literary History
          • ,
          • (pp. 153-193).
          • Oxford University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2002).
          • Colonialidad global, capitalismo y hegemonía epistémica.
          • Indisciplinar las ciencias sociales, Geopolíticas del conocimiento y colonialidad del poder
          • ,
          • (pp. 215-244).
          • Quito: Universidad Andina/Abya Yala.
          • W. Mignolo with Freya Schiwy.
          • (2002).
          • Beyond Dichotomies: Translation/transculturation and the Colonial Difference.
          • In Elizabeth Mudimbe (Eds.),
          • Beond Dichotomies
          • ,
          • (pp. 251-286).
          • Syracuse University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2002).
          • Globalization and the Borders of Latinity.
          • In Mario Saenz (Eds.),
          • Latin American Perspectives on Globalization: Ethnics, Politics, and Alternative Visions
          • ,
          • (pp. 77-101).
          • New York: Bowman and Littlefield.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2001).
          • Rethinking the Colonial Model.
          • In Linda Hutcheon and Mario Valdés (Eds.),
          • Rethinking Literary History: A Dialogue on Theory
          • New York: Oxford University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • La colonialidad a lo largo y a lo ancho: el hemisferio occidental en el horizonte colonial de la modernidad.
          • In Edgardo Lander (Eds.),
          • La colonialidad del saber: eurocentrismo y ciencias sociales. Perspectivas latinomericanas
          • ,
          • (pp. 55-86).
          • Buenos Aires: CLASCO.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • Coloniality at Large: Time and the Colonial Difference.
          • In Enrique Rodríguez Larreta (Eds.),
          • Time in the Making and Possible Futures
          • ,
          • (pp. 237-272).
          • Rió de Janiero, UNESCO-ISSC-EDUCAM.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • Human Understanding and (Latin) American Interests: The Politics and Sensibilities of Geo-Historical Locations.
          • In Schwarz, H. and Ray, Sangeetta (Eds.),
          • A Companion to Postcolonial Studies
          • ,
          • (pp. 180-202).
          • New York: Blackwell.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • Signs and their Transmission: the Question of the Book in the New World.
          • In J. Rothemberg and Steven Clay (Eds.),
          • A Book of the Book: Some Works and Projections about the Book and Writing
          • ,
          • (pp. 351-374).
          • New York: Granary Books.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • (Post) Occidentalism, (Post) Coloniality, and (Post) Subalternity.
          • In Fawzia Afza-Khan and Kalpana Seshadri-Crooks (Eds.),
          • Pre-Occupation of Postcolonial Studies
          • ,
          • (pp. 86-118).
          • Duke University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • Dussel's Philosophy of Liberation: Ethics and the Geopolitics of Knowledge.
          • In Linda Alcoff and Eduardo Mendieta (Eds.),
          • Thinking from the Underside of History: Enrique Dussel's Philosophy of Liberation
          • ,
          • (pp. 27-50).
          • New York: Roman and Little Field.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • The Larger Picture: Hispanics/Latinos (and Latino Studies) in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity.
          • In Gracia, J.J.E. and Greiff, Pablo de (Eds.),
          • Hispanics/Latinos in the U.S.: Ethnicity, Race and Rights
          • ,
          • (pp. 99-124).
          • New York: Routledge.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • Diferencia colonial y razón postoccidental.
          • La reestructuración de las ciencias sociales en América Latina
          • ,
          • (pp. 3-28).
          • Bogota: Universidad Javerina Press (Pensar: Instituto de Estudios Sociales y Culturales.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2000).
          • La storiografia nascente: forme della memoria nelle tradizione amerindie e nella tradizione europea.
          • In Dario Puccini e Saul Yurkievich (Eds.),
          • Storia della civilita letteraria ispano-americana
          • ,
          • 1
          • ,
          • (pp. 75-90).
          • Torino: UTET.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1999).
          • Globalización, procesos civilizatorios, y la reubicación de lenguas y culturas.
          • In Santiago Castro-Gómez, Oscar Guardiolo, Carmen Millán (Eds.),
          • Pensar (en) los intersticios, Teoría y practica de la critica postcolonial
          • Bogota: Universidad Javeriana.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1999).
          • Linguistic Maps, Literary Geographies, Cultural Landscapes.
          • In Doris Sommer (Eds.),
          • History and Recognition
          • Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
          • (1998).
          • Globalization, Civilization Processes and the Relocation of Languages and Cultures.
          • In F. Jameson and M. Miyoshi (Eds.),
          • The Cultures of Globalization
          • Durham: Duke University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1998).
          • Globalization, Civilization Processes and the Relocation of Languages and Cultures.
          • In F. Jameson and M. Miyoshi (Eds.),
          • The Cultures of Globalization
          • Durham: Duke University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1997).
          • Gnosis, Colonialism and Cultures of Scholarship.
          • In S.C. Humphreys (Eds.),
          • Cultures of Scholarships
          • ,
          • (pp. 311-338).
          • Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1997).
          • Indigenous Intellectuals.
          • Forum: Publications of the Modern Languages Association of America
          • ,
          • 112
          • (5)
          • ,
          • (pp. 1140-1141).
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1994).
          • Signs and Their Transmission: The Question of the Book in the New World.
          • In E.H. Boone and W.D. Mignolo (Eds.),
          • Writing without Words: Alternative Literacies in Mesoamerica and the Andes
          • ,
          • (pp. 220-270).
          • Durham: Duke University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1994).
          • Afterword: Writing and Recorded Knowledge in Colonial and Postcolonial Situations.
          • Writing without Words: Alternative Literacies in Mesoamerica and the Andes
          • ,
          • (pp. 292-312).
          • Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1994).
          • Discursos pronunciados con el corazón caliente: conceptciones del habla y de la escritura en situaciones coloniales.
          • América Latina: palabra, literatura y cultura. Temas de historia comparada
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1994).
          • Literacy and the reconfiguration of memory: writing histories of people without history.
          • In Deborah Keller-Cohen (Eds.),
          • Literacy: Interdisciplinary Conversations
          • Ablex.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1993).
          • Quand parler ne suffisait pas: illettrés, barbares, sauvages et cannibales.
          • In Antonio Gómez-Moriana et Daniele Trottier (Eds.),
          • L"Indien" instance discursive
          • ,
          • (pp. 149-184).
          • Montreal: Les Editions Balzac.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1993).
          • La colonización del lenguaje y la memoria: complicidades de la letra, el libro y la historia.
          • In Iris M. Zavala, coordinadora (Eds.),
          • Discursos sobre la "Invención" de América
          • ,
          • (pp. 182-220).
          • Amsterdam: Rodopi.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1992).
          • When speaking was not good enough: illiterates, barbarians, savages and cannibals.
          • In R. Jara and N. Spadaccini (Eds.),
          • Amerindian Images and the Legac of Columbus
          • ,
          • (pp. 312-345).
          • Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1991).
          • Zur Frage der Schriftlichkeit in der Legitimation der Conquista.
          • In Karl Kohut, Hrsg. (Eds.),
          • Der eroberte Kontinent
          • ,
          • (pp. 86-102).
          • Frankfurt: Vervuert.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1990).
          • One Hundred Years of Solitude and the Undergraduate Curriculum.
          • In M. Valdez (Eds.),
          • Approaches to Teaching Gabriel Garcia Marquez 'One Hundred Years of Solitude'
          • ,
          • (pp. 63-78).
          • MLA Publications.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1989).
          • Teorías literarias o de la literatura? Qué son y para que sirven?.
          • In Graciela Reyes (Eds.),
          • Teorías literarias en la actudalidad
          • ,
          • (pp. 41-78).
          • Madrid: Fundación Ortega/El Arquero.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1989).
          • Semiosis, Coherence and Universes of Meaning.
          • In J. Petofi, M.E. Conte and E. Sozer (Eds.),
          • Proceedings of the Conference on Text, Connexity, Coherence
          • ,
          • (pp. 477-499).
          • (Urbino, July 1984). Philadelphia: John Benjamin.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1988).
          • Jorge Luis Borges.
          • In C. Goic (Eds.),
          • Historia crítica de la literatura hispanoamericana
          • ,
          • III
          • ,
          • (pp. 285-340).
          • Spain: Crítica-Grijalbo.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1987).
          • Semiosis y universos de sentido.
          • In Garrido Gallardo (Eds.),
          • La crisis de la literariedad
          • ,
          • (pp. 47-65).
          • Madrid: Taurus.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1986).
          • La historia de la escritura y la escritura de la historia.
          • In Merlin H. Forster and Julio Ortega (Eds.),
          • De la crónica a la nueva narrativa mexicana
          • ,
          • (pp. 13-28).
          • México: Oasis Editorial.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1985).
          • Ficción Fantástuca y Mundos Posibles (Borges, Bioy y Blanqui).
          • Homenaje a Ana María Barrenechea
          • ,
          • (pp. 481-486).
          • Madrid: Cátedra.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1985).
          • Aesthetic Function, Literariness and Góngora's Poetry.
          • In B. Stolz, L. Dolezel (Eds.),
          • Language and Literary Theory
          • ,
          • (pp. 443-462).
          • Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1983).
          • Discurso ensayístico y tipología textual.
          • In J. Loveluck et. al. (Eds.),
          • El Ensayo Hispánico
          • University of South Carolina.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1978).
          • What is Wrong with the Theory of Literature?.
          • In L. Matejka and R. Bailey (Eds.),
          • The Sign: Semiotics Around the World
          • ,
          • (pp. 305-307).
          • Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1977).
          • La instancia del Y O en 'Las dos Historias' de F. Hernández.
          • In A. Sicard (Eds.),
          • Felisberto Hernández ante la crítica actual
          • ,
          • (pp. 171-185).
          • Caracas: Mone Avila.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1975).
          • Alguenos aspectos de la coherencia del discurso (literario).
          • In G. Keller and I. Teran (Eds.),
          • The Analysis of Hispanic Texts: Current Trends in Methodology
          • ,
          • (pp. 273-99).
          • New York: Bilingual Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1972).
          • La dispersión de la palabra.
          • In Ortega (Eds.),
          • Cesar Vallejo
          • ,
          • (pp. 470-95).
          • Madrid: Taurus.
      • Book Reviews

          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1990).
          • Review article. "A dialogue between the two cultures: Merrell's Deconstruction Reframed.
          • Semiotica (Journal of the International Association of Semiotic Studies)
          • ,
          • 81
          • (1/2)
          • ,
          • 135-144.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1989).
          • Invited comments, "On Brian Harley's 'Deconstructing the Map'.
          • Cartographica (National Archives of Canada)
          • ,
          • 26
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 109-114.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1972).
          • Reviews: La última mujer y el próximo combate (M. Cofino Lopez).
          • Caravelle
          • ,
          • 17
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1972).
          • Cadaver Ileno de mundo (J.A. Mora).
          • Caravelle
          • ,
          • 18
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1971).
          • Ensayos de Literatura Argentina (Noé Jitrik).
          • Caravelle
          • ,
          • 16
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1971).
          • Lectures notes on Latin American Culture.
          • Caravelle
          • ,
          • 17
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1970).
          • Roquitas pintadas (M. Puig).
          • Caravelle
          • ,
          • 15
          • .
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1970).
          • El amor, los orsinis y la muerte (N. Sanchez).
          • Caravelle
          • ,
          • 15
          • .
      • Edited Volumes

          • with
          • Rolando Vazquez.
          • (2013).
          • Decolonial AestheSis: Colonial Wounds/Decolonial Healings.
          • Social Text-Periscope: An Online Journal---
          • Social Text Editors, New York.
          • (This is the first collective report on Decolonial Aesthesis since its beginning in Bogota, November 2010.)
          • [web]
          • with
          • Alanna Lockward.
          • (May 2013).
          • Decolonizing the Cold War:: BE-BOP 2013, Black Europe Body Politics.
          • Catalogue of the Exhibit and Workshop---
          • ,
          • ArtLabour Archives, Berlin, Germany
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Spring, 2010).
          • "Las Meninas: A Decolonial Response".
          • Art Bulletin
          • ,
          • XCII
          • (1/2)
          • ,
          • 40-47.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • Decolonial Aesthetics: Unlearning and Relearning the Museum Through Pedro Lasch's Black Mirror/Espejo Negro.
          • In Pedro Lasch (Eds.),
          • Black Mirror/Expejo Negro. Catalog of the Exhibition
          • ,
          • (pp. 86-103).
          • Durham, North Carolina, USA:
          • Duke University Press.
          • [web]
          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.

          • with
          • Zulma Palermo, eds.
          • (December, 2009).
          • Arte y estetica en la encrucijada descolonial.
          • Buenos Aires: Ediciones del Signo and Center for Global Studies and the Humanities.
          Publication Description

          The volume is a contribution to current research particularly in South America (Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico) on "(de) coloniality of seeing." Art and aesthetics are reconceptualized as both tools for tools the control of subjectivity as well as tools for decolonization of being.

          • with
          • Arturo Escobar, eds.
          • (September, 2009).
          • Globalization and the Decolonial Option.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          This is the first book in English profiling the work of a research collective that evolved around the notion of "coloniality", understood as the hidden agenda and the darker side of modernity and whose members are based in South America and the United States. The project called for an understanding of modernity not from modernity itself but from its darker side, coloniality, and proposes the de-colonization of knowledge as an epistemological restitution with political and ethical implications. Epistemic decolonization, or de-coloniality, becomes the horizon to imagine and act toward global futures in which the notion of a political enemy is replaced by intercultural communication and towards an-other rationality that puts life first and that places institutions at its service, rather than the other way around. The volume is profoundly inter- and trans-disciplinary, with authors writing from many intellectual, transdisciplinary, and institutional spaces. This book was published as a special issue of Cultural Studies, http://www.routledge.com/books/Globalization-and-the-Decolonial-Option-isbn9780415549714;

          • with
          • Alejandro de Oto, eds.
          • (July, 2009).
          • La teoria politica en la encrucijada descolonial.
          • Ediciones del Signo and Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke U..
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          La teoría política en la encrucijada descolonial Libro de próximo lanzamiento Nos ha llegado un adelanto de este libro ya pronto a salir por las calles de América. La edición, traducción y autoría es de nuestro estimado Alejandro De Oto junto a Sylvia Winter y Lewis Gordon, con prólogo de Walter Mignolo. http://dehistoriatrelew.blogspot.com/2009/07/la-teoria-politica-en-la-encrucijada.html Esta iniciativa está orientada a discutir la posibilidad de pensar de modo distinto al que nos induce la modernidad; ese modo es precisamente, descolonizador. Dice De Oto que “hace tiempo que el grupo de personas con las que trabajo, todas las del proyecto y de las cátedras, pero también con los amigos más allá de esos lugares y las que están en este libro piensan que se necesitan otras genealogías de lo que somos, de nuestras teorías políticas y culturales. Aquí hay un envite para todo ello tratando de articular algunas ideas sobre nuestras posibilidades en el presente a partir de lo que llamaría sin tapujo alguno, nuestros pensadores. En especial Frantz Fanon, la parte concurrente de Mariátegui en el Caribe como lo piensa Mignolo”. El libro se interna en cuestiones cruciales, como por ejemplo, los modos en que discutimos y pensamos el desarrollo, el estatuto de los condenados de las ontologías de la modernidad y otros despliegues. “No mucho más, ni menos, sólo el gusto de formar parte de una comunidad intelectual y vital vibrante, como lo es la que todos ustedes forman”, comenta el autor en su invitación.

          • with
          • Dalida Benfield.
          • (Spring 2009).
          • Decolonizing digital media/digital media decolonization.
          • In Delida Benfield (Eds.),
          • Web Dossier
          • ,
          • 3
          • (1)
          • ,
          • (pp. about 6 screens).
          • Durham, NC:
          • Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke University.
          • (Web dossier edited by Delida Benfield; convener, Walter Mignolo)
          • [web]
          • Walter D Mignolo.
          • (2008).
          • Capitalismo y geopolítica del conocimiento. El eurocentrismo y la filosofía de la liberación en el debate intelectual contemporáneo.
          • Second edition in Caracas.
          • Editorial El Perro y la Rana.
          • Co-edited with Heriberto Cairo (Political Sciences, Universidad Complutense de madrid).
          • (2008).
          • Las vertientes americanas del pensamiento y el proyecto descolonial..
          • Madrid: Trama Editorial, Madrid.
          • [web]
          • with
          • Ramón Grosfóguel, Univ of California at Berkeley, Ethnic Studies, eds.
          • (2008).
          • Intervenciones descoloniales.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades
          • ,
          • 9
          • ,
          • 29-310.
          • Bogota, Colombia:
          • Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca.
          • [web]
          • Walter Mignolo (editor): Maria Lugones, Isabel jiménez-Lucena and Madina Tlostanova.
          • (2008).
          • Genero y Descolonialidad.
          • El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial
          • ,
          • 4
          • ,
          • (pp. 122).
          • Ediciones del Signo and Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University.
          • (This is the fourth volume of a monograph series started in 2005)
          • [web]
          • Jean Casimir and Laurent Dubois, and Walter Mignolo (ed).
          • (Fall 2008).
          • Thinking Haiti, Thinking Jean Casimir.
          • WKO, a web dossier
          • ,
          • 2
          • (3)
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo (ed): Maria Lugones, Isabel Jiménez-Lucena and Madina Tlostanova.
          • (Spring Semester 2008).
          • Gender and Decoloniality.
          • WKO, a web dossier
          • ,
          • 2
          • (2)
          • .
          • [web]
          • Walter D. Mignolo co-editor, with Margaret Greer and Maureen Quilligan.
          • (Fall, 2007).
          • Re-reading the Black Legend. The Discourses of Religion and Racial Differences in the European Renaissance.
          • In Margaret Greer, Walter Mignolo and Maureen Quilligan (Eds.),
          • Chicago University Press.
          • [web]
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2007).
          • "On De-coloniality".
          • WKO (Worlds and Knowledges Otherwise), a web-dossier
          • Walter D Mignolo (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 2
          • (1)
          • ,
          • Size: 10.96 KB (11,222 bytes).
          • Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke University.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • Walter Mignolo (editor in collaboration with Arturo Escobar).
          • (March, 2007).
          • Globalization and the De-Colonial Option.
          • Cultural Studies
          • Larry Grosbberg (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 21
          • (1/2)
          • .
          • [web]
          • Walter D Mignolo.
          • (January, 2007).
          • Ïslamophobia/Hispanophobia: The (re)Configuration of the Racia Imperial/Colonial Matrix".
          • Human Architecture. Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge
          • Mohamad H. Tamdgidi (Eds.),
          • ,
          • V
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 13-28.
          • University of Massachusets at Boston.
          • [web]
          • with
          • Madina Tlostanova.
          • (July, 2006).
          • Double Critique: Knowledges and Scholars at Risk in Post-Soviet Societies.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • Walter Mignolo and Madina Tlostanova (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 105
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 479-662.
          • [web]
          • Walter D Mignolo (Ed).
          • (March, 2006).
          • Descolonialidad del Ser y del Saber. Videos Indígenas y los Límites Coloniales de la Izquierda.
          • In Buenos Aires: Editorial del Signo and Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke University, (Eds.),
          • .
          • [web]
          • Walter D. Mignolo (Ed).
          • (2006).
          • Ïnterculturalidad, descolonización del estado y del conocimiento.
          • ,
          • El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y giro des-colonial.
          • ,
          • 2nd volume
          • Editorial del Signos (Buenos Aires) and Center for Global Studies and the Humanities (Duke University).
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Double Critique: knowledge and scholars at risk in the post socialist world.
          • SAQ
          • ,
          • Special Issue
          • .
          • [web]
          • Walter Mignolo.
          • (2001).
          • Capitalismo y geopolitica del concimiento. El eurocentrismo y la filosofia de la liberacion en el debate intellectual contemporaneo..
          • In Walter D. Mignolo (Eds.),
          • Buenos Aires: Editorial del Signo/Duke University.
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (1995).
          • Loci of enunciation and imaginary constructions: The Case of (Latin) America.
          • Special issue of Poetics Today
          • Walter D. Mignolo (Eds.),
          • ,
          • I and II
          • .
          • Elizabeth Hill Boone and Walter Mignolo (Eds).
          • (1994).
          • Writing Without Words: Alternative Literacies in Mesoamerica and the Andes.
          • In Elizabeth Hill Boone and Walter D. Mignolo (Eds.),
          • Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
          • (Reviews: 1) Serge Druzinski, L'Homme 141, January-March 1997; 2) Scott O'Mack, Anthropological Linguistics, 37/4, University of Chicago; 3) Monica Barnes, The Americas, 52/3, January 1996; 4) Paul F. Healy, Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 20, 1995; 5) Theodore Hampe Martínez "Escrituras alternativas en América," El Comercio (Lima), 11, II, 1995; 6) Frances Karttunen, Hispanic America Historical Review, May 1995; 7) Eva Kalny, Latinamerika-Institut, Vienna, Social Anthropology, 3, 1995; 8) Marie-Areti Hers, Anales del Institutio de Investigaciones Estéticas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Número 66, México 1995; 9) Teodoro Hampe Martínez, Revista de Indias, Departamento de Historia de América, Centro de Estudios Históricos, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Número 204, Vol. LV, Mayo-Agosto 1995; 10) Cyprian Broodbank, Antiguity, 68/260, 1994; 11) Journal of Latin American Studies, 27, May 1995; 12) The British Bulletin, No. 91, October 1994; 13) Poetics Today, Spring 1994; 14) Ethnohistory, 41/3, Summer 1994; 15) Smoking Mirror, 1/3, July 22, 1994)
          • Rolena Adorno and Walter Mignolo (Eds).
          • (1989).
          • Colonial Discourse.
          • Dispositio
          • Walter D. Mignolo with Rolena Adorno (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 36-38.
          • Cedomil Goic and Walter Mignolo (Eds).
          • (1986).
          • Literature and Historiography in the New World.
          • Dispositio
          • Walter D. Mignolo with Cedomil Goic (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 28-29.
      • Other

          • with
          • Eleni Kalantidou and Toty Fry.
          • (2014).
          • Designs in the Borderland: And Exchange.
          • In Eleni Kalantidou and Tony Fry (Eds.),
          • Designs in the Borderland
          • ,
          • (pp. 173-188).
          • London, England:
          • Routledge.
          • (A closing interview of an edited book)
          • [web]
          • with
          • Javier Lorca.
          • (July 8, 2014).
          • El control de los cuerpos y los saberes.
          • Pagina 12, Argentine Newspaper
          • ,
          • Seccion Universidad
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • Pagina 12.
          • (Newspaper interview)
          • [web]
          • with
          • Weihua He.
          • (June 12, 2014).
          • The Prospect of Harmony and the Deolonial View of the World.
          • Critical Legal Thinking
          • ,
          • 23000 Words.
          • London, England:
          • Critical Legal Thinking.
          • (CLT is a plat­form for crit­ical legal schol­ars and allied thinkers to pub­lish the­or­et­ic­ally informed com­ment and ana­lysis.)
          • [web]
          • (2014).
          • Decolonial aesthetic/aesthesis has become connector across the continents".
          • Contemporary And
          • Editor-in-chief: Julia Grosse, jgrosse@contemporaryand.com (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 2000.
          • London:
          • [web]
          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.

          • with
          • Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández.
          • (2014).
          • Decolonial options and aesthetic/aesthesic entanglements: an interview with Walter Mignolo.
          • ,
          • 3
          • (1)
          • [web]
          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.

          • with
          • Alejandro Gortazar.
          • (2014).
          • Pensar como sudaca.
          • Newspaper, La Diaria, Montevideo, Uruguay
          • La Diaria Newspaper, Montevideo, Uruguay.
          • (Interview during my visit and lecturing in Montevideo, in April of 2014)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (January 5, 2014).
          • Walter Mignolo y el pensamiento descolonial.
          • elPeriodico
          • ,
          • 2-4.
          • Guatemala City, Guatemala:
          • elPeriodico, Sunday Cultural Suplement.
          • (Interview conducted in November 2013)
          • [web]
          • with
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November 2013).
          • Middelburg Decolonial Summer School.
          • VIMEO
          • Middelburg, The Netherland:
          • Roosevelt Academy of the University of Utrecth.
          • (An interview organized and orchestrated, filmed and put together by students of the Summer School.)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Diciembre 2013).
          • "Re-emerger. El retorno del este global y del sur global", entrevista de Norma Giarraca.
          • Causa Sur. Pensar Nuestra America. Revista de Pensamiento Politico
          • Alcira Argumedo, sociologist and national deputee (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 7.
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • Proyecto Sur.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December, 2012).
          • Hacia la cartografía de un nuevo mundo: Pensamiento descolonial y desoccidentalización. Un diálogo de Francisco Carballo con Walter Mignolo.
          • Otros Logos
          • Eugenia Borsani (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 237-266.
          • Argentna:
          • CEAPEDI, Universidad del Comahue.
          • [web]
          • with
          • Weihua He.
          • (July, 2012).
          • The prospect of harmony and the decolonial conception of the world.
          • Marxism and Reality
          • ,
          • 110-120.
          • Beijing:
          • (An interview translated into Chinese and published in Beijing.)
          • [web]
          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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Spring, 2012).
          • Occidente: Surveying the Present, Rereading the Past, Building Pluriveral Futures.
          • Video BioeconTV and Occidente
          • .
          • (A series of four interviews, about 1 hour long by Cecilia Hecht, BioeconTV and Occidente Web Project, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
          • [web]
          • with Chris Mattison.
          • (March 2012).
          • Neither Capitalism, nor Communism but Decolonization.
          • Critical Legal Thinking
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 11, 2011).
          • Cinco Siglos Igual.
          • La Opinion on Line
          • Rafaela, Argentina,:
          • La Opinion, newspaper.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (March 2012,).
          • Para Des-Inventar America Latina.
          • In José Osandón y Lucía Vodanovic (Eds.),
          • Disturbios Culturales. Conversaciones con varios autores
          • ,
          • (pp. 195-211).
          • Chile:
          • Universidad Diego Portales.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (April 3, 2012).
          • The "economy of more" is not longer sustainable.
          • World Public Forum Web Page
          • .
          • [web]
          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/

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 6, 2011).
          • Hacia la desoccidentalizacion.
          • Pagina 12, Argentine newspaper
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (August 6, 2011).
          • El reordenamiento global.
          • Pagina 12, Argentine newspaper
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June 8, 2010).
          • Só descolonização da subjetividade trará mudança à América Latina, diz Walter Mignolo.
          • DW-World.de Deutsche Welle
          • .
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          Interview about the bicentennial years in Latin America

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June 7, 2010).
          • (In Korean) Without critical reflection on decoloniality, it would be difficult to supersed modernity.
          • Kyosu Shinmoon, Faculty News Paper
          • Seoul, South Korea:
          • Seoul National University.
          • [web]
          • Javier Lorca.
          • (June 7, 2010).
          • Desobediencia epistemica: retorica de la modernidad, logica de la colonialidad y gramatica de la descolonialidad.
          • Pagina 12 (Newspaper)
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • .
          • (Note on the book just published Editorial del Signo. See the "Book" section. This web format doesn't have a place to insert notes periodistic notes about author's works or books.)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June 3, 2010).
          • (In Korean) The problem is coloniality hidden under modernity.
          • News Paper: Hankyoreh, Seoul, South Korea
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June 1, 2010).
          • (In Korean) To overcome Eurocentrism it is necessary to overcome Western epistmology.
          • News Paper: Hankook Ilbo
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 30, 2010).
          • (In Korean) The decolonial era requires epistemic disobedience (a journal note).
          • The Daehak Shinmoon, Newspaper of Seoul National University
          • Seoul, South Korea:
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 30, 2010).
          • (In Korean) "Critique to Kant and the decolonial genealogy of thoughts".
          • Journalistic note in Kyosu Shinmoon (Faculty Journal)
          • Seoul National University:
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2010).
          • Cosmopolitan localism: a decolonial shiting of the Kantian's legacies".
          • Working Papers, Institute of Locatology and the Humanities, National Univeristy at Pusan, South Korea
          • Humanities Center, Pusan, National University, South Korea.
          • (Article in English with Korean translation)
          Publication Description

          Text distributed to the audience attending the lecture on the same title

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (April 4, 2010).
          • Nicht-Kapitalische Vergangenheiten nutzen! (Die Indigenen Konzeptionen durfen nicht dem Eurozentismus zum Opfer fallen).
          • Analyze & Kritik
          • .
          • (German translation of "The communal and the decolonial", published in Turbulence 5, 2009 , http://turbulence.org.uk/turbulence-5/decolonial/)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • La colonialidad en cuestion. Entrevista a Walter Mignolo por Norma Fernandez.
          • Revista Sociedad
          • ,
          • 16-28.
          • Buenos Aires, Argentina:
          • Editorial Prometeo.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November 10, 2010).
          • Esteticas Descoloniales, an interview with Walter Mignolo.
          • Esfera Publica, Web in the Public Spheres
          • Esfera Publica, Colombia, Bogota (Eds.),
          • .
          • (http://esferapublica.org/nfblog/?p=12247)
          • [web]
          • Walter Mignolo and Madina Tlostanova, Interviewed by Kristina Bozic.
          • (2010).
          • "It is about telling it foward".
          • Web
          • .
          • (An interview by Kristina Bozic, in Lujbjana, Slovenia, from February 2009, recently was posted on the web. About Bozic: "A journalist with a diploma in law, I travel and ask to write stories of people, their quests and ideas. Human rights in their broadest sense are a red line through my writings. I have traveled and written about Iran, Uganda, Rwanda, Turkey, Georgia, Palestine and Europe, where I live in the city of Ljubljana." contact: kristinabozic@hotmail.com)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Published September 7, 2010).
          • Conversando sobre colonialidad.
          • Web Page UniCauca (Universidad del Cauca)
          • ,
          • Web UniCauca
          • Popayan, Colombia:
          • Publicado por: Ferney Meneses Gutiérrez Oficina de Comunicaciones VRI Tel: 8209800 – Ext: 2634 Correos electrónicos: ferneym@unicauca.edu.co - comunicacionvri@unicauca.edu.co Septiembre 07 de 2010.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • Second Period of the Colonial Matrix of Power.
          • LatArt.com. An Online Journal of Art and Culture
          • Maria Fernanda Cartagena (Eds.),
          • Quito, Ecuador:
          • Globalization is a term increasingly being used in the field of art and cultural studies. We here at LatinArt.com are aware of the apparent contradiction of what an online journal dedicated to a regional or geographically specific discussion might have wi.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (December 12, 2010).
          • Decolonizzare la conoscenza.
          • La Differenza. Mensile di Cultura
          • Direttore: Gian Maria Tosatti http://www.differenza.org info@differenza.org (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Anno 3, December 12, 2010
          • (00)
          • Direttore: Gian Maria Tosatti http://www.differenza.org info@differenza.org:
          • Direttore: Gian Maria Tosatti http://www.differenza.org info@differenza.org.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2010).
          • Decolonizzare la conoscenza.
          • Magazine d' arte della Gam,
          • Luigi Fassi (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 26-29.
          • Torino, Italy:
          • Galeria Civica d' Arte Moderna e Contemporanea,.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November 11,2010).
          • Existe algo asi como America Latina? Una entrevista con Franco Gamboa.
          • PodCast Praxis Publica
          • ,
          • PodCast
          • (PodCast)
          • praxispublic.org.
          • (An interview conducted in Santiago de Chile for praxispublica.org)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (01-16-2010).
          • Desafio para um continente de muitas faces.
          • O Globo (Newsspaper, Rio de Janeiro)
          • .
          • [web]
          • with
          • Marina Grzinic.
          • (March, 2009).
          • Delinking Epistemology from Capitalism and Pluriversality.
          • Reartikulacija
          • Marina Grzinic and Sebastjan Leban (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 6
          • (6)
          • ,
          • 1-3.
          • Lujbjana, Slovenia:
          • Reartikulacija.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

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

          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (30 de Setiembre del 2008).
          • La llaga latinoamericana. Entrevista con Claudio Pereda Madrid.
          • News Paper, Diario La Nacion, Santiago, Chile
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Summer 2008).
          • Delinking Epistemology. An Interview with Marina Grzinick.
          • Reartikulacija
          • Marina Grzinick (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 4
          • ,
          • Part 1.
          • REARTIKULACIJA is an art project of the group Reartikulacija (Marina Gržinić, Staš Kleindienst, Sebastjan Leban and Tanja Passoni)..
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Fall Semester 2008).
          • Delinking Epistemology. An Interview with Marina Grzinick.
          • Reartikulacija
          • REARTIKULACIJA is an art project of the group Reartikulacija (Marina Gržinić, Staš Kleindienst, Sebastjan Leban and Tanja Passoni). It is based on a precise intervention logic; through contemporary political theory, critic, art projects, activism and self (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 5
          • ,
          • Part II.
          • Lujbjana, Slovenia.
          • [web]
          • with
          • Antonio Lastra.
          • (2008).
          • La Idea de America Latina. Un Intercambio de Opiniones.
          • Tabula Rasa. Revista de Humanidades. Bogota: Colombia
          • Ramon Grosfóguel y Walter Mignolo (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 9
          • ,
          • 285-310.
          • Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Bogota, Colombia.
          • [web]
          • Walter D. Mignolo y Antonio Lastra.
          • (December, 2007).
          • "Walter Mignolo y La Idea de América Latina: Un Intercambio de Opiniones (entrevista con Antonio Lastra)".
          • La Torre del Virrey
          • Javier Alcorza y Antonio Lastra (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 3, Otoño 2007
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 88-110.
          • www.latorredelvirrey.es.
          • [web]
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2007).
          • "Epistemic Disobedience: The Decolonial Option and the Meaning of Identity in Politics" (Translated into Portuguese)..
          • Gragoatá (Revista de la Escuela de Postgrado, Universiadad Fluminense, Rio Janeiro, Brazil)
          • Livia Reis (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 22
          • ,
          • 34-72.
          • Universidad Fluminense Rio Janeiro, Brazil.
          • Walter D. Mignolo.
          • (June, 2007).
          • Una vida dedicada al proyecto de-colonial.
          • Nómadas
          • Instituto de Estudios Sociales Contemporáneos (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 186-198.
          • Universidad Central de Colombia.
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • "Geopolíticas del conocimiento y diferencia colonial.".
          • In Elvira Dyangani Ose, Curator (Eds.),
          • Geopolíticas de la Animación: Catalogo de Exposición de Arte, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo
          • ,
          • (pp. 12-39 and 90-116).
          • Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Andaluz, Sevilla, España.
          • [web]
          • Walter.D. Mignolo.
          • (2007).
          • "Geopolitics of Knowledge and Coloniality of Power. An Interview with Catherine Walsh".
          • Documenta. Interview reproduced in April 2007
          • Web Dossier, http://magazines.documenta.de/frontend/article.php?IdLanguage=1&NrArticle=738.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (November, 2006).
          • On the Idea of Latin America.
          • Lucero (Journal of the Graduate Students in Spanish and Portuguese, University of California at Berkeley)
          • Monica Gonzáles (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 11-36.
          • Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Berkeley.
          • W.D. Mignolo interviewed by Alvaro Cano.
          • (2006).
          • Para qué la decolonización en educación: Entrevista con Walter Mignolo.
          • Revista Educativa Cultural Saint Andrew's". Special Issue on "Colonialidad del saber y educación."
          • Edmundo mercado y Alvaro Cano (Eds.),
          • ,
          • I
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 62-66.
          • College Saint Andrew's La Paz Bolivia.
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (2006).
          • Ser Post.Latinoamericano. Discernir la Nueva Izquierda Latinoamericana.
          • Revista de Critica Cultural
          • Nelly Richards (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 66
          • (Junio 1966)
          • Santiago de Chile.
          • (An interview that takes up on several op-eds previously published.)
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 10, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “Another way to democracy”.
          • Associacao Brazileira de Grandes Consumidores Industriais de Energia
          • .
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 8, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “Populism or another rout to democracy”.
          • Alai Amlatina
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (January 14, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “Bolivian New President is Something Altogether Different”.
          • Duke in the News
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (June 2006).
          • Op-ed: “Nationalization of Natural Gas in Bolivia”.
          • Resources Center of the Americas.Org
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May, 2006).
          • Op-ed “Nationalization of Natural Gas in Bolivia”.
          • Canadian Dimension
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 26, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “Populism or another rout to democracy”.
          • Voltaire.net
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September 14, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Alai Amlatina
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September 14, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Oldep.net (Observatorio Latino-Americano de Políticas Educacionales, Brazil
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September 15, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Amauta.in.br
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Marzo-Abril, 2006).
          • Op-ed: 12) “Giro a la izquierda o giro descolonial? Evo Morales en Bolivia”.
          • Revista del Sur
          • ,
          • 164.
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (September 14, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “El pensamiento descolonial”.
          • Oldep.net (Observatorio Latino-Americano de Políticas Educacionales, Brazil
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (Marzo-Abril, 2006).
          • Op-ed: “Giro a la izquierda o giro descolonial? Evo Morales en Bolivia”.
          • Revista del Sur, 164
          • .
          • [web]
          • W.D. Mignolo.
          • (May 9, 2006).
          • Op-ed:“Beyond Populism: Decolonizing the Economy”.
          • Counterpunch
          • .
          • [web]
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2004).
          • Local Histories/Global Designs.
          • Editorial Universitaria Minais Girais, Brazil.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2002).
          • The Enduring Enchantment.
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • ,
          • 101
          • (4)
          • .
          • (2002).
          • Preface.
          • Jose de Acosta's Natural and Moral History of the Indies (1590)
          • ,
          • (pp. xvii-xxvii).
          • Durham: Duke University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2002).
          • 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.
          • In Frances M. López-Morillas (Eds.),
          • Natural and Moral History of the Indies
          • trans. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (2002).
          • Las geopolíticas de conocimiento y colonialidad del poder. Entrevista a Walter Mignolo.
          • Indisciplinar las ciencias sociales. Geopolíticas de concimiento y colonialidad del poder
          • Catherine Walsh, Freya Schiwy,, Santiago Castro-Gómez (Eds.),
          • Perspectives desde lo Andino
          • Quito: UASB/Abya Yala.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (Fall, 2000).
          • Local Histories and Global Designs: An Interview with Walter Mignolo.
          • Discourse
          • ,
          • 22
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 7-33.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1998).
          • Translation into Spanish of "Los cánones y (mas allá de) las fronteras culturales (o de quien es el canon del que hablamos).
          • In Enric (Enrique) Sulla (Eds.),
          • El Canon Literario
          • ,
          • (pp. 238-270).
          • Madrid: Lecturas.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1983).
          • Literatura Fantástica y Realismo Maravilloso.
          • Madrid: La Muralla.
          • (60 slides)
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1982).
          • Cartas, Crónicas y Relaciones del Descubrimiento y de la Conquista.
          • In Inigo Madrigal (Eds.),
          • Historia de la Literatura Hispanoamericana (Epoca Colonial)
          • ,
          • (pp. 56-125).
          • Madrid: Cátedra.
          • W. Mignolo.
          • (1980).
          • El decir de Mansilla.
          • Essays on Lucio Victorio Mansilla
          • ,
          • 5
          • ,
          • 73-87.
          • Latin American Studies Program (Riverside).
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