Humanities

It is an invitation to reflect on the tense relationship between the humanities and political engagement, in contexts of economic restraint, collisions, persuasion and denomination, offering an alternative, generational and collaborative vision of the human experience, challenging the institutional and non-institutionalized forms of thinking the social, within a field of discursive possibilities and performances, crucial to understand their nuances and contributions overshadowed, inside and outside the incubators of the academy between “yesterday” and “today.” In this sense, the project is based on a set of contributions from political leaders, artists, the public, representatives of civil society organizations, students and academics, allowing that after the publication of each series there is a space of interaction between the different stakeholders.