Language and decoloniality in higher education reclaiming voices from the South

"Language and Decoloniality in Higher Education brings together a collection of diverse papers that address, from various angles, the issue of decoloniality, language and transformation in higher education. It reflects the authors' cumulative years of experience as educators in higher educ...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bock, Zannie (Editor), Stroud, Christopher (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: London Bloomsbury Academic 2021, 2021
Edition:First edition
Series:Multilingualisms and diversities in education
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Collection: Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
  • Foreword : a decolonial project / Lynn Mario T. Menezes de Souza
  • Loving and languaging in higher education : a decolonial horizon / Christopher Stroud and Zannie Bock
  • Decolonizing higher education : multilingualism, linguistic citizenship and epistemic justice / Christopher Stroud and Caroline Kerfoot
  • Indigenous texts, rich points and pluriversal sources of knowledge : siswana-sibomvana / Antjie Krog
  • Affect, performance and language : implications for an embodied and interventionist pedagogy / Miki Flockemann
  • Linguistic citizenship as decoloniality : teaching hip hop culture at a historically Black university / Quentin Williams
  • Teaching modern South African history in the aftermath of the Marikana massacre : a multimodal pedagogy for critical citizenship / Marijke du Toit
  • Delinking from colonial language ideologies : creating third spaces in teacher education / Soraya Abdulatief, Xolisa Guzula and Carolyn McKinney
  • When linguists become artists : an exercise in boundaries, borders and vulnerabilities / Marcelyn Oostendorp, Lulu Duke, Simangele Mashazi and Charné Pretorius
  • Decolonising linguistics : a Southern African textbook project / Zannie Bock
  • Afterthoughts : multilingual citizenship, humans, environments and histories / Duncan Brown