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This book advances critical discussions about what coloniality, decoloniality and decolonization mean and imply in the Nordic region.
This book examines the imprint of anti-imperialist thought upon European philosophy. It features an international group of both emerging and established scholars who directly respond to Timothy Brennan's far-reaching call to rethink intellectual histories, literary histories, and the reading habits of postcolonialism in relation to anti-imperialist tradition of critique.
This book draws on decolonial theory to explore the ways in which Eurocentrism in the westernized university is both reproduced and unsettled. It outlines some of the challenges that accompany the decolonization of teaching, learning, research and policy, as well as providing examples of successful decolonial moments and processes. It draws on examples from universities in Europe, New Zealand and the Americas. This book represents a highly timely contribution from both early career and established thinkers in the field. Its themes will be of interest to student activists and to academics and scholars who are seeking to decolonize their research and teaching.
Traces critical implications and potentials of political ecology and posthumanism for diverse forms of postcolonial critique. Analysis is developed through international cases, from city spaces in the Global North & South, food politics & colonial land use, representation, nation building, the Anthropocene, materiality and indigenous world views.