Reparative Futures and Transformative Learning Spaces

This edited book draws on an international cohort of authors, all working towards sustainable, decolonizing human development for more just futures in a variety of learning spaces. Integrating sustainable human development with ‘reparative futures’, the chapters present diverse examples of how trans...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Walker, Melanie (Editor), Boni, Alejandra (Editor), Velasco, Diana (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Palgrave Macmillan 2023, 2023
Edition:1st ed. 2023
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 5. Towards a decolonial and capabilities-based conceptualisation of sustainable educational futures in the Pan-African university: Perspectives from student activists (C. Martinez-Vargas, M. Mathebula, F. Mkwananzi, B. Kibona, T. Malatji, T. Mahlatsi, P. Mmula, N. Khoza, S. Nkosi, B. Ndimba, B. Oamen, A. Buthelezi, M. Maubane, Y. Ngwabeni, and S. Dlamini)
  • 6. Fostering a reparative international development cooperation system: Transformative learning in a master’s degree in development cooperation (Carlos Delgado-Caro, Carola Calabuig-Tormo, and Marta Maicas-Pérez)
  • 7. The Latin American Hub of Transformative Innovation: A collaborative space promoting collective learning towards more just and sustainable futures (Paloma Bernal-Hernández and Martha Liliana Marín)
  • 8. Imagining and realising futures in Catalonia: Shared Agendas for just sustainability transitions (Diana Velasco, Míriam Acebillo-Baqué, Alejandra Boni, and Tatiana Fernández)
  • 9. Peacebuilding as democratic political education: From archive to repertoire (Stephen Esquith and Weloré Tamboura)
  • 10. Reparative threads that open change futures: Experiences of sexual and gender diversity (Fernando Altamira Basterretxea, Esther Canarias Fernández-Cavada, Ricardo Fernández Quintana and Nelsy Elizabeth Sandoval Díaz)
  • 11. Philosophical inquiry and the childness of communities: Connective capabilities for flourishing education (Marina Santi and Elisabetta Ghedin)
  • 12. Transformative learning spaces and capabilities for reimagined and reparative futures in multiple systems (Alejandra Boni, Melanie Walker, and Diana Velasco)
  • 1. Reparative futures through transformative learning spaces: An intersectional approach for decolonised and sustainable human development (Melanie Walker, Alejandra Boni and Diana Velasco)
  • 2. Difficult knowledge, post-truth, and reparative futures: Nurturing affective solidarity for transformative learning spaces (Michalinos Zembylas)
  • 3. Youth voices on social justice: Doing repair work in a South African higher education space (Melanie Walker)
  • 4. Epistemic resilience: Articulating struggles and dreams from the co-production of knowledge from below between universities and community researchers (Monique Leivas Vargas and Alvaro Fernández-Baldor)