The long land war. Concepts, Infrastructure and Landscape
- Jo Guldi, Emory University. USA
- Katia Pilati, Università di Trento
- Rosa Salzberg, Università di Trento
- Elissavet Tsioumani, Università di Trento
The Long Land War was a global movement where postcolonial nations challenged the logic of “ownership rights” inherited from the era of colonization, refining the discourse about property rights to focus on the struggle for “occupancy rights.” In this seminar, topics of conversation will include the formation of a postcolonial, international bureaucracy at the UN/FAO, the role of maps, bibliographies and other forms of data in international governance, and the global landscape of the FAO.