Decolonization – Indigeneity, Education & Society
Sujet : Decolonization – Indigeneity, Education & Society solicits any work purposefully engaged in the decolonization process, regardless of discipline or field. We recognize that this is a wide net to cast but feel strongly that decolonization must happen at all levels and in all fields; decolonization seeks to explore the relationships between knowledges and resists the artificial demarcations of dominant ways of knowing. Colonial power affects all areas of life and study – this journal seeks to engage that power at every level. While the primary focus of this journal is education, this is broadly conceived of within a web of social sciences, recognizing that education does not happen solely or even primarily in the classroom but is part and parcel of many other social interactions and relationships. Areas of interest include but are not limited to studies in: art, anthropology, ecology, education (formal), history, Indigenous studies, literature, media studies, and sociology.
ISSN : 1929-8692
Langue : Anglais
Format : Pdf, Php
Catégorie : 300 Sciences sociales