Description: Traditionally seen as a foundational movement for free inquiry, rationality, individual freedom, and moral development originated in Europe, humanism emerged in a wider geopolitical framework including the Iberian imperial expansion in Africa, America, and Asia. Panelists examine the coloniality of humanist thought in its transatlantic dimensions and its historical roots in imperial Rome.
Luis Fernando Restrepo, U of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Stuart McManus, U of Chicago
Valeria López Fadul, Wesleyan U
Glen Edgar Carman, DePaul U
Freddy Dominguez, U of Arkansas, Fayetteville