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Postcolonial Challenges in Education

Postcolonial Challenges in Education

by Roland Sintos Coloma


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Postcolonial Challenges in Education traces the palimpsest histories of imperialism and colonialism, and puts to work the catachrestic interventions of anti-imperialist and decolonizing projects. This book functions as a set of theoretical, empirical, and pedagogical challenges to two fields of scholarship. It points out the inadequate attention to issues of education in studies of imperialism and colonialism as well as the relative absence of empire as a relevant category of analysis in studies of education. It brings together many of the world’s leading and emerging scholars who engage with the key debates and dilemmas in postcolonial and educational studies, and ushers in a collective of dissident voices that unabashedly aim to contest and reconfigure the current local-global order.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781433106491
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers
Publication date: 10/01/2009
Series: Counterpoints Series: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education , #369
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 382
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

The Editor: Roland Sintos Coloma is Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto in Canada. His research focuses on the historical trans-Pacific dynamics between Asia and North America from critical race, feminist, and poststructuralist perspectives. He received his Ph.D. in cultural studies with a minor in African American studies from The Ohio State University and his M.A. and B.A. from the University of California, Riverside.

Table of Contents

Contents: Roland Sintos Coloma/Alexander Means/Anna Kim: Palimpsest Histories and Catachrestic Interventions – Leon Tikly: Education and the New Imperialism – Fazal Rizvi: Postcolonialism and Globalization in Education – Sofia A. Villenas: Diaspora and the Anthropology of Latino Education: Challenges, Affinities, and Intersections – Nina Asher: Decolonization and Education: Locating Pedagogy and Self at the Interstices in Global Times – Julie Kaomea: Nā Wāhine Mana: A Postcolonial Reading of Classroom Discourse on the Imperial Rescue of Oppressed Hawaiian Women – Radhika Viruru: Postcolonial Technologies of Power: Standardized Testing and Representing Diverse Young Children – Sharon Subreenduth: Post-apartheid Dilemmas: Black Teachers Theorizing Social Justice – Cameron McCarthy: The Future in the Present: The Status of Sport and Intellectual Labor in C.L.R. James’ Beyond a Boundary and His Other Works – Rinaldo Walcott: Multicultural and Creole Contemporaries: Postcolonial Artists and Postcolonial Cities – Lisa Weems: Border Crossing with M.I.A. and Transnational Girlhood Studies – Aparna Mishra Tarc: Postcolonial Studies as Re-education: Learning from J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace – Antonia Darder: Decolonizing the Flesh: The Body, Pedagogy, and Inequality – Heidi Safia Mirza: Postcolonial Subjects, Black Feminism, and the Intersectionality of Race and Gender in Higher Education – Jeong-eun Rhee: Dis/locating Oriental Citizen-Subject Makings: A Postcolonial Reading of Korean/Asian American Women’s Narratives – Roland Sintos Coloma: Putting Queer to Work: Examining Empire and Education – Bernadette Baker: Postcolonial Technoscience, Toleration and Anti-imperialism, and Education and Psychology – Binaya Subedi: The Contradictions of Negotiating Legitimacy at Home/Field – Stephanie Lynn Daza: The Noninnocence of Recognition: Subjects and Agency in Education – Aliya Rahman: Mediating Globalization: The Nonresident Indian Student in an Era of «India Poised» – Anne Hickling-Hudson: Southern Theory and Its Dynamics for Postcolonial Education.

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