Decolonial Approaches in Higher Education

Politics and Pedagogy by Madeleine Le Bourdon and Louise Pears

Episode notes

Episode one: In our first episode we are joined by Dr Lata Narayanaswamy Associate Professor in the Politics of Global Development at the University of Leeds and Dr Sayan Dey Postdoctoral Fellow at WITS Centre for Diversity Studies, University of Witwatersrand who generously share their thoughts on the possibilities and limits of decolonial approaches to education, the value of silence and reflection in the classroom and the need to open up and hold spaces for decolonial potential.Podcast: We are delighted to launch the first series of “Politics and Pedagogy” a podcast run by the Centre for Teaching Innovation and Scholarship in Politics and Internation ... 

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