De Jong, S: Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching

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List of contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction: decolonization and feminisms in global teaching and learning – a radical space of possibility, Rosalba Icaza and Sara de Jong; PART I Knowledge; Chapter 1 CarteArte: below and on the left in purple, Batallones Femeninos; Chapter 2 Pacific peoples, higher education and feminisms, Sereana Naepi; Chapter 3 Feminizing and decolonizing higher education: pedagogies of dignity in Colombia and Australia, Sara C. Motta; Chapter 4 Undoing colonial patriarchies: life and struggle pathway,s Xochitl Leyva Solano; Chapter 5 About the Transnational Network Other Knowledges: La Red Trasnacional Otros Saberes (RETOS) between crises and other possible worlds, Red Trasnacional Otros Saberes; PART II Voice; Chapter 6 The decolonization manifesto, Wanelisa Xaba; Chapter 7 The liability of foreignness: decolonial struggles of migrants negotiating African identity within UK nurse education, Roselyn Masamha; Chapter 8 Decolonial feminist teaching and learning: what is the space of decolonial feminist teaching? 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, Jess Auerbach; Chapter 11 Coloniality of power, knowledge and modes of (des)authorization: occupation practices in Brazilian schools and universities, Marta Fernández and Andréa Gill; Chapter 12 Learning from prisons: decolonial feminism and teaching approaches from prison to university, Elena Vasiliou; Chapter 13 Post-it notes to my lecturers, 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, Olivia U. Rutazibwa; Chapter 16 "Straight from the heart": a pedagogy for the vanquished of history, Asha Varadharajan; Chapter 17 Notes on Europe and Europeans for the discerning traveller, Robbie Shilliam; Index

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Erscheinungsdatum

13.08.2018

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Sara de Jong + weitere

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Taylor and Francis

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Taschenbuch

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13.08.2018

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Taylor and Francis

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204

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Teaching with Gender

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Englisch

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  • De Jong, S: Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching
  • List of contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction: decolonization and feminisms in global teaching and learning – a radical space of possibility, Rosalba Icaza and Sara de Jong; PART I Knowledge; Chapter 1 CarteArte: below and on the left in purple, Batallones Femeninos; Chapter 2 Pacific peoples, higher education and feminisms, Sereana Naepi; Chapter 3 Feminizing and decolonizing higher education: pedagogies of dignity in Colombia and Australia, Sara C. Motta; Chapter 4 Undoing colonial patriarchies: life and struggle pathway,s Xochitl Leyva Solano; Chapter 5 About the Transnational Network Other Knowledges: La Red Trasnacional Otros Saberes (RETOS) between crises and other possible worlds, Red Trasnacional Otros Saberes; PART II Voice; Chapter 6 The decolonization manifesto, Wanelisa Xaba; Chapter 7 The liability of foreignness: decolonial struggles of migrants negotiating African identity within UK nurse education, Roselyn Masamha; Chapter 8 Decolonial feminist teaching and learning: what is the space of decolonial feminist teaching? 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, Jess Auerbach; Chapter 11 Coloniality of power, knowledge and modes of (des)authorization: occupation practices in Brazilian schools and universities, Marta Fernández and Andréa Gill; Chapter 12 Learning from prisons: decolonial feminism and teaching approaches from prison to university, Elena Vasiliou; Chapter 13 Post-it notes to my lecturers, 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, Olivia U. Rutazibwa; Chapter 16 "Straight from the heart": a pedagogy for the vanquished of history, Asha Varadharajan; Chapter 17 Notes on Europe and Europeans for the discerning traveller, Robbie Shilliam; Index