sábado, 5 de enero de 2019

Published in English

Book chapters

- "Lewis Gordon: Existential Incantations that Cross Borders and Move Us Forward, "Black Existentialism. Essays on the transformative Though of Lewis R. Gordon, D. Davis (Ed.). Rowman and Littlefield, 2019. 
- "(Decolonial) Notes to Paulo Freire Walking and Asking", in Educational Alternatives in Latin America: New Modes of Counter Hegemonic Learning, R. Aman and T. Ireland (Eds.). London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2019. 
- “Development as Buen Vivir: Institutional Arrangements and (De)Colonial Entanglements”, in Constructing the Pluriverse: The Geopolitics of Knowledge,B. Reiter (Ed.).  Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2018.
- “Exile/Dispossession/Deterritorialization. Reading “Migration and Mobility” in Latin America from the Prisms of Global Capitalism, Coloniality, and (Re)Existence”, in Selected Expert Comments. Volume I, Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (ed.). Berlin: Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute, 2017. 
- “On Gender and its Otherwise,” inThe Palgrave Handbook on Gender and Development Handbook: Critical engagements in feminist theory and practice, W. Harcourt (Ed.).London: Palgrave, 2016.
- “Decoloniality, Pedagogy and Praxis,” in Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. Singapore: Springer, 2016. http://link-springer-com-s.vpn.whu.edu.cn:9440/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-981-287-532-7_499-1?page=5
- “Life and Nature Otherwise. Challenges from the Abya-Yalean Andes”, in The Anomie of the Earth. Autonomous and Indigenous Politics of Nature and Society, F. Luisetti, J. Pickles & W. Kaiser (Eds.). Durham, NC: Duke University, 2015.
- “Life, Nature, and Gender Otherwise. Feminist Reflections and Provocations from the Andes”,in Beyond the Green Economy: Connecting Lives, Natures and Genders Otherwise, W. Harcourt & I. Nelson (Eds.). London: Zed Books, 2015. 
- “(W)riting Collective Memory (De)spite State: Decolonial Practices of Existence in Ecuador,” inBlack Writing and the State in Latin America, J. Branche (Ed.). Vanderbilt University Press, 2015.
- “Afro In/Exclusion, Resistance, and the “Progressive” State: (De)Colonial Struggles, Questions, and Reflections,” inBlack Social Movements in Latin America: From Monocultural Mestizaje to Multiculturalism, J. M. Rahier (Ed.). NY: Palgrave, 2012.
- "The (De)Coloniality of Knowledge, Life, and Nature: The N.A. -Andean FTA, Indigenous Movements, and Regional Alternatives, in Globalization and Beyond. New Examinations of Global Power and Its Alternatives, J. Shefner & P. Fernandez-Kelley (Eds). Pennsylvania State University Press, 2011. 
- “Shifting the Geopolitics of Critical Knowledge: Decolonial Thought and Cultural Studies ‘Others’ in the Andes,” in Globalization and the Decolonial Option, W. Mignolo & A. Escobar (Eds.). NY: Routledge/Taylor Francis, 2010.
- “Political-Epistemic Insurgency, Social Movements and the Refounding of the State”, in Rethinking Intellectuals in Latin America, Mabel Moraña (Ed.). St. Louis: Washington State University, 2010.
-“(Post)Coloniality in Ecuador: The Indigenous Movement’s Practices and Politics of 
(Re)signification and Decolonization, in Coloniality at Large: The Latin America and the Postcolonial Debate,M. Moraña, E. Dussel & C. Jáuregui(Eds.).Durham: Duke University Press, 2008. 
- “Afro-Andean Thought and Diasporic Ancestrality (with E. León), in Shifting the Geography of Reason: Gender, Science and Religion, M. Banchetti & C. Headley (Eds.). London: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007. 
- “The Struggle of Imagined Communities in School: Identification, Survival, and Belonging for Puerto Ricans,” in Puerto Rican Students in U.S. Schools. Cambiando Camino: Charting a New Course, Sonia Nieto (Ed.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2000.
- “Making a Difference: Social Vision, Pedagogy, and Real Life,” in Education Reform and Social Change: Multicultural Voices, Struggles, and Visions,C. Walsh (Ed.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1996.
- “Equity at Risk: The Problem with State and Federal Education Reform Efforts” (with R. Rice), in Education Reform and Social Change: Multicultural Voices, Struggles, and Visions, C. Walsh (Ed.).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1996.
- “Bilingual Education and Critical Pedagogy: Reflections for Teachers,” in Transforming Education for Cultural and Linguistic Democracy,J. Frederickson (Ed.). Ontario, CA: California Association for Bilingual Education, 1995. 
- “Engaging Students in Their Own Learning: Literacy, Language, and Knowledge Production with Latino Adolescents,” in Adult Biliteracy in the United States, D. Spener (Ed.). Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics and Delta Systems, 1994. 
- “Becoming Critical: Rethinking Literacy, Language, and Teaching,” en The Power of Two Languages: Literacy and Biliteracy for Spanish Speaking Students, A. F. Ada & J. Tinajero (Eds.). NY: Macmillan/McGraw Hill, 1993.
- “Literacy as Praxis: A Framework and Introduction,” in Literacy as Praxis: Culture, Language, and Pedagogy,C. Walsh (Ed.). Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1991.
- “Understanding the Second Language Acquisition Process,” in Common Competencies: The Promise of Linguistic and Cultural Diversity, M .Davis & M. O’Brien (EDs.). Boston: Massachusetts Department of Education, 1990.
- “The Influence of Sociocultural Factors on Meaning for the Puerto Rican Child,” in Language and Literacy Research in Bilingual Education, E. García & B. Flores (Eds.). Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University, 1986.

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