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Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching and Learning

Herausgegeben von: Jong, Sara de [weitere]
London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group , 2019 , 203 S.

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Einrichtung: Frauensolidarität | Wien
Herausgegeben von: Jong, Sara de; Icaza, Rosalba; Rutazibwa, Olivia Umurerwa
Schriftenreihe: ATGENDER
Jahr: 2019
Maße: 24 cm
ISBN: 0815355947
Sprache: Englisch
Introduction: decolonization and feminisms in global teaching and learning – a radical space of possibility by Rosalba Icaza and Sara de Jong; PART I Knowledge; Chapter 1 CarteArte: below and on the left in purple by Batallones Femeninos; Chapter 2 Pacific peoples, higher education and feminisms by Sereana Naepi; Chapter 3 Feminizing and decolonizing higher education: pedagogies of dignity in Colombia and Australia by Sara C. Motta; Chapter 4 Undoing colonial patriarchies: life and struggle pathways by Xochitl Leyva Solano; Chapter 5 About the Transnational Network Other Knowledges: La Red Trasnacional Otros Saberes (RETOS) between crises and other possible worlds by Red Trasnacional Otros Saberes; PART II Voice; Chapter 6 The decolonization manifesto by Wanelisa Xaba; Chapter 7 The liability of foreignness: decolonial struggles of migrants negotiating African identity within UK nurse education by Roselyn Masamha; Chapter 8 Decolonial feminist teaching and learning: what is the space of decolonial feminist teaching? by Françoise Vergès; Chapter 9 ATELIER IV Manifesto, Françoise Vergès et al.; PART III Institutions; Chapter 10 What a new university in Africa is doing to decolonize social sciences by Jess Auerbach; Chapter 11 Coloniality of power, knowledge and modes of (des)authorization: occupation practices in Brazilian schools and universities by Marta Fernández and Andréa Gill; Chapter 12 Learning from prisons: decolonial feminism and teaching approaches from prison to university by Elena Vasiliou; Chapter 13 Post-it notes to my lecturers by Roselyn Masamha; PART IV Disciplines; Chapter 14 Intervention, Sixteen participants of the "Crossing Borders" conference in Lesbos, Greece, July 2016; Chapter 15 On babies and bathwater: decolonizing International Development Studies by Olivia U. Rutazibwa; Chapter 16 "Straight from the heart": a pedagogy for the vanquished of history by Asha Varadharajan; Chapter 17 Notes on Europe and Europeans for the discerning traveller by Robbie Shilliam
Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching and Learning is a resource for teachers and learners seeking to participate in the creation of radical and liberating spaces in the academy and beyond. This edited volume is inspired by, and applies, decolonial and feminist thought – two fields with powerful traditions of critical pedagogy, which have shared productive exchange. To root this book in the political struggles that inspire it, and to maintain the close connection between political action and reflection in praxis, chapters are interspersed with manifestos formulated by activists from across the world, as further resources for learning and teaching. These essays definitively argue that the decolonization of universities, through the re-examination of how knowledge is produced and taught, is only strengthened when connected to feminist and critical queer and gender perspectives. Concurrently, they make the compelling case that gender and feminist teaching can be enhanced and developed when open to its own decolonization.
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