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Cecil Hill Goodman – Journal of Experiential Education, 2024
Background: Research in outdoor adventure education (OAE) and related fields has argued that OAE programming can problematically reproduce dominant ways of being around patriarchy and whiteness. In particular, scholars have forwarded specific critiques of sense of place (SOP) in OAE or related fields. Purpose: This article investigated and…
Descriptors: Adventure Education, Racism, Colonialism, Place Based Education
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Christel Adick – International Review of Education, 2024
Critical research on colonial education should not only include the intentions of colonial actors, but also an awareness of possible learning outcomes that were intended or not intended by "the colonial masters". The case study presented here explores the fate of an agricultural school located in Notsé (Togo) from its first ideas in 1900…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Colonialism, Agricultural Education, Educational History
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Osibodu, Oyemolade – Comparative Education Review, 2023
In this essay, I begin by situating Burna Boy's song "Monsters You Made" within a larger context of music as a rebellious form of resistance while connecting its significance with the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria. Then, I discuss anti-Blackness within colonial education in Nigeria, broadening the global conversation around BLM to include…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Males, Music, Resistance (Psychology)
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Peter Kallaway – History of Education, 2023
Recent debates relating to the #Rhodes-Must-Fall and related movements invite a careful reappraisal of the complex field of colonial education in the late colonial era, given the lack of attention to the field by historians and the significance of this legacy for the development of educational policy in the post-colonial world. The British, French…
Descriptors: Colonialism, Entrepreneurship, History, Education
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Nelson, Vaughn – Religious Education, 2023
Food (systems, cultures, and practices of eating) is a significant site of cultural, political, and identity formation to which religious educators can pay attention, not only in a critical sense--to be "readers" of culture--but also as a potential path of creative engagement and re-formation--a way to become "cultural…
Descriptors: Food, Cultural Influences, Religious Education, Racism
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Barnawi, Osman Z.; R'boul, Hamza – Applied Linguistics, 2023
The field of applied linguistics is a remarkable case of deep intersection of the skewed geopolitics of knowledge (epistemic inequalities) and language (the ascendency of English as both a topic of research and academic lingua franca). The dominance of the Anglo-sphere through epistemology and language in applied linguistics renders the process of…
Descriptors: Decolonization, Hermeneutics, Applied Linguistics, Language Research
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Lane, Pia – Applied Linguistics, 2023
Language revitalization is imbued with tensions, and while it often is emancipatory, reclaiming a language can be a painful, silencing experience. Processes of colonization have led to epistemological absences (Santos 2012), which may be conceptualized as manifestations of silence. Understanding how and why silences come about and linger today is…
Descriptors: Language Maintenance, Colonialism, Decolonization, Epistemology
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Ishmael, Sarah – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2023
This article includes a description and discussion of physical violence and identity-based discrimination. I acknowledge that this content may be difficult. I encourage you to care for your safety and well-being. This article examines 'conviviality' in the context of police violence and systemic racism in the United States. Through an analysis of…
Descriptors: Racism, Violence, Racial Discrimination, Police
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Gunckel, Kristin L. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2023
Science education and science education research have long taken a lead in educating the public about climate change by arguing that the public needs to understand the scientific models that explain the mechanisms of global warming and predict future impacts. However, as of yet, this focus on understanding climate models has failed to have an…
Descriptors: Science Education, Engineering Education, Climate, Caring
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Michalinos Zembylas – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2024
The aim of this article is to call for qualitative researchers in education and other human sciences to grapple with recent developments in trauma studies and engage in reconceptualizing their research practices so that they pay attention to the catastrophic effects of colonialism on individuals and communities. Joining other critics who have…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Researchers, Trauma, Educational Researchers
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Hyena Kim – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Overwhelming waste is one of the most compelling issues that contemporary environmental and sustainability education (ESE) should address. Understanding waste as an embodiment and offspring of ongoing colonial relations in the Capitalocene, I explore how ESE could perform a string figure with a wasted world by decolonizing more-than-human…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Sanitation, Decolonization
Alison Packwood Henry – ProQuest LLC, 2024
The initial question was innocent enough, at least on the surface: How do scholars and practitioners define child centered, developmentally appropriate, culturally responsive education in places distant from my home in the US? I was originally inspired to ask this question by my graduate students--aspiring and practicing Waldorf teachers--who were…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Decolonization, Colonialism, Teaching Methods
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Holland, Alison – History of Education, 2023
The question of 'native' education became urgent in interwar Britain in the context of imperial expansion in Africa. Simultaneously, debates concerning black education were central to a global pan-African nationalist movement demanding black rights and liberation. In this context, education became a site of competing ideas regarding black…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, War, Blacks
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Ballantyne, Tony – History of Education, 2023
Education was a crucial transfer point within modern imperial projects; it was a key domain through which relationships between the state, religious institutions, various agents of reform, and Indigenous, colonised and enslaved peoples were negotiated. Exploring a range of case studies, this article highlights the multiple trajectories of colonial…
Descriptors: Colonialism, Educational History, Religious Factors, Social Action
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Sharon Stein – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2024
This article reflects on recent calls for universities to deepen their commitments to sustainability in the face of climate change. It suggests that because climate change is a "wicked problem" that is hyper-complex, lacks clear solutions, and affects multiple communities in different ways, universities are unlikely to achieve consensus…
Descriptors: Climate, Sustainability, Colonialism, College Role
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