The debates around decoloniality and critical perspectives regarding race, gender, religion,
sexuality, and economic models, have gained a place in the popular discourses among
media, academia, and politics. However, little is mentioned about the interesting emergence
and conceptualization behind these analytical concepts. This tutorial traces a path to explore
the contributions of a collective of Latin American intellectuals that, in the 90s, came with
the notion of coloniality and its crucial relationship with modernity.