Organization profile

Organization profile

Objective: Generate knowledge exchange through research processes with students from different careers of the UR and with different Afro-Colombian social organizations in the different departments of the national territory where they have presence.
Description: The Afrodescendant Studies seedbed carries out the systematization of experiences and publishes academic products the historical processes of enslavement in Colombia, in addition to Collective Action processes in Afro-Colombian communities and their cultural knowledge with their due contributions. In addition, the seedbed takes into account the historical processes of the African Diaspora in Colombia, the recognition of the role of the Afro-descendant population in the construction of the Nation and the struggle for the achievement of rights for the Afro-descendant population in Colombia. This is done through monthly discussions where different proposed texts are analyzed with the participation of students, teachers, experts according to the topic and representatives of Afro-Colombian social organizations.

Profile of the seedbed: Generate knowledge exchange through research processes with students from different careers of the UR and with different Afro-Colombian social organizations in the different departments of the national territory where they have presence, systematizing experiences and publishing academic products on the subject, taking into account the historical processes of the African Diaspora in Colombia, the recognition of the role of the Afro-descendant population in the construction of the Nation and the struggle for the achievement of rights for the Afro-descendant population in Colombia.

Work methodology: Monthly discussions where different proposed texts are analyzed with the participation of students, teachers, experts according to the topic and representatives of Afro-Colombian social organizations.

Pre-requisites for admission: Semillero Abierto.

Active lines or projects:

Historical Processes of Slavery in Colombia.
Collective Action Processes of Afro-Colombian Communities.
Cultural Knowledge and Contributions of Afro-Colombian Communities
Intersectional Processes and Racial Discrimination.

Active projects: -Collective Action and Intersectionality in the National Network of Afro-Colombian Women.

Kambirí. Universidad del Rosario https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/13983

-Historical Capital Project: Universidad del Rosario and its links with the institution of slavery, archival research and memorial processes.

Disciplines: Anthropology, Law, Political Science, International Relations.