Global South Studies will host a symposium and workshop at the University of Virginia on March 29-30, 2019. This event will bring together an interdisciplinary and multinational group of scholars, artists, and activists to generate dialogue on the impact of capitalist globalization on diverse spaces and peoples and the transformative futures envisioned from these spaces. A workshop, led by directors of Global South centers, will be dedicated to the discussion of program building, curriculum, and the advancement of the field of Global South Studies. This event is funded through the Center for Global Innovation and Inquiry, Page-Barbour Workshops, Alderman Library, the Americas Center, MESALC, Mcintire Department of Art, Department of Anthropology, and the Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. More details to come.