Education for Decoloniality and Decolonisation in Africa

 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 8. Mai 2019
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 312 Seiten
978-3-030-15688-6 (ISBN)
 
This book focuses on understandings of higher education in relation to notions of decoloniality and decolonization in southern Africa. The volume draws on a range of case studies in multiple politico-cultural contexts on the African continent, and examines some of the challenges to be overcome in order to achieve education for decolonization and decoloniality. Acknowledging that patterns of exclusion, inequality and injustice are still prevalent in the African higher education landscape, the editors and contributors proffer bold attempts at democratizing education and examine how to cultivate just, equal and diverse pedagogical relations. Featuring case studies from South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe, the authors and editors examine how higher education can be further democratized and transformed along the lines of equality, liberty and recognition of diversity. This hopeful and bold collection will be of interest to scholars of decoloniality and decolonization in higher education, as well as higher education in southern Africa more specifically.
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Chikumbutso Herbert Manthalu is Lecturer in Philosophy of Education in the School of Education at Chancellor College at the University of Malawi, Malawi. His research interests include higher education, citizenship education, African philosophy and education for social and global justice. Yusef Waghid is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy of Education in the Department of Education Policy Studies at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. He is editor-in-chief of the South African Journal of Higher Education and principal editor of Citizenship Teaching and Learning. His research interests include African philosophy of education, higher education transformation and religious education and ethics, and he has published widely on these topics.
Chapter 1. African philosophy (of education) and decolonisation in post-apartheid South African higher education; Thokozani MathebulaChapter 2. Decoloniality as a viable response to educational transformation; Chikumbutso Manthalu and Yusef WaghidChapter 3. Decoloniality as democratic change within higher education; Yusef Waghid and Chikumbutso Herbert ManthaluChapter 4. Universities as sites for advancing education for decolonisation; Mudenda SimukungweChapter 5. In defence of education that embodies decolonisation; Lester ShawaChapter 6. Decoloniality and higher education transformation in South Africa; Celiwe NgwenyaChapter 7. Decoloniality of higher education in Zimbabwe; Monica ZembereChapter 8. Towards decolonisation within university education: On the innovative application of educational technology; Faiq WaghidChapter 9. Examining an education for decoloniality through a Senian notion of democratic education: Towards cultivating social justice in higher education; Zayd WaghidChapter 10. Recasting cosmopolitanism in education for citizenship in Africa; Chikumbutso Herbert ManthaluChapter 11. Leaning into discomfort: Engaging film as a reflective surface to encourage deliberative encounters; Judith Terblanche and Charlene van der WaltChapter 12. The conundrum of decolonisation and afrophobia: A case for South African higher education; Joseph Pardon Hungwe and Joseph Jinja Karlos DivalaChapter 13. Decolonisation as democratising African higher education; Chikumbutso Herbert Manthalu and Yusef WaghidChapter 14. Post-colonial teaching and learning with play; Yusef Waghid.

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