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ALICE Research Projects

The project ALICE seeks to re-think and renovate socio-scientific knowledge in light of the epistemologies of the South, proposed by Boaventura de Sousa Santos. The objective is to develop new theoretical and political paradigms of social transformation. For more info click here. Below the personal research projects of ALICE researcher.

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Democratising democracy | Transformative constitutionalism, interculturality and State reform | Other economies | Human rights and other grammars of human dignity

Beyond The Polls: Political Languages And Practices Of The 15m Movement

Researcher name: Antoni Aguiló
This project explores the forms of high-intensity democracy practiced by the 15M movement (the outrage in Spain) in the context of crisis of representative democracy and the struggle against neoliberal globalization and its effects...  Photo Credits: Personal Archive
Thematic Areas:
Democratising democracy

Under The Razor's Edge: State-Society Relations – Advances, Retreats and Contradictions Amidst Possibilities of State Reform – The Case of the Brazilian State (2003-2013)

Researcher name: Aline Mendonça dos Santos
The research seeks to investigate the Brazilian State, with a view to establish the types of political reforms undertaken during the last three administrations of the Federal Government under the auspices of the Labour Party (PT) and the respective party alliances... Photo Credits: Guilherme Jófili, Fred Cintra e Felipe Fagundes
Thematic Areas:
Other economies

Aids and Modernity in Diffraction: Looking at an Epitome Disease from The South Within The Horizon of an ‘Ecology Of Knowledges’ in Health and a Subaltern Cosmopolitan Bioethics

Researcher name: Alice Cruz
This research is grounded on a multi-sited ethnography concerned with AIDS as an “arena” (Clarke, 1988: 16) for the production and transformation of bodies, subjects and institutions in two contexts of the non-imperial Global South – South Africa and Brazil...  Photo Credits: Jacinta Lluch Valero
Thematic Areas:
Human rights and other grammars of human dignity

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