Sebastian Garbe

Sebastian Garbe


Mag. phil. in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Vienna. Since 2013 research assistant and lecturer at the Institute of Sociology/Justus-Liebig University and PhD student with a work on decolonial perspectives on transnational/translocal solidarities. From 2014 until 2017 he was a fellow at the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC) and visiting scholar at the Centre for Race and Ethnicity Studies/University of Leeds in 2017 and at the Centro de Estudios Culturales Latinoamericanos/Universidad de Chile in 2016. Sebastian Garbe was formerly lecturer at the Universities of Buenos Aires and Nacional Trés de Febrero in Argentina and member of GESCO (Research Group on Coloniality) of the University of Buenos Aires. Since 2015 he is a member of “frankfurt postkolonial”. In 2017 he co-founded the project „giessen postkolonial“, which was awarded with the Dr.-Herbert-Stolzenberg-Award for Excellence in Higher Education Teaching.

Selected Publications:

Kolonialität der Macht. Münster. Münster Unrast Verlag. 2013 (Herausgeber gemeinsam mit Pablo Quintero)

“Tracing the Mapuche Rhizome – Decolonial Perspectives on Solidarity within Transnational Social Movements” In: Lukas Rehm, Jochen Kemner, Olaf Kaltmeier [ed.]. Politics of Entanglements in the Americas. Trier. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. 2017.

“Kolonialität und dekoloniale Theorie – ein lateinamerikanischer Beitrag zur kolonialen Frage” In: Steger, Rebecca (ed.). subalternativen – postkoloniale Kritik und dekolonialer Widerstand in Lateinamerika. Hamburg. Edition Assamblage. 2017

“»Gibt’s das auch in Postkolonial?« Globales Lernen vor dem Hintergrund postkolonialer Kritik” In: Emde, Oliver [ed.]. Mit Bildung die Welt verändern? Globales Lernen für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung. Leverkusen. Budrich academic. 2017. (Gemeinschaftspublikation mit Eugenia Matz und Sebastian Knake)