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Contra Coloniality on Campus: Teaching an Inclusive Philosophy of Practice under Precarious Conditions

  • Antje Schuhmann
Part of the Palgrave Critical University Studies book series (PCU)

Abstract

How do we teach and who do we teach how under which conditions? What are the challenges and what works – not for us as individuals or even the students, but for the collective production and sharing of knowledge and experiences? How can one be a contemporary version of an organic intellectual, inside-out of a diverse classroom, situated in a liberal, semi-public and semi-corporate university in the global-south, in South Africa? These are just some of the challenges confronting a contemporary academic wanting to promote education as a mechanism of social justice.

Keywords

Sexual Harassment Critical Theory Inclusive Teaching Critical Race Theory Political Agency 
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