Learning to Unlearn: Decolonial Reflections from Eurasia and the Americas
Subjects (LCSH):Knowledge, Sociology of
Education -- Philosophy
Keywords:Philosophy / Epistemology
Education / Philosophy & Social Aspects
Political Science / Globalization
Social Science / Ethnic Studies / General
Social Science / Human Geography
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Transoceanic studies
The logic of coloniality and the limits of postcoloniality : colonial studies, postcoloniality, and decoloniality -- Theorizing from the borders; Shifting to the geo- and body politics of knowledge -- Transcultural tricksters in between empires : "suspended" indigenous agency in the non-European Russian/Soviet (ex-)colonies and the decolonial option -- Non-European Soviet ex-colonies and the coloniality of gender, or how to unlearn Western feminism in Eurasian borderlands -- Who speaks for the "human" in human rights? Dispensable and bare lives -- Thinking decolonially : citizenship, knowledge, and the limits of humanity -- Globalization and the geopolitics of knowledge : the role of the humanities in the corporate university.
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