From shape poems and snatches of interviews to historical "introductions" and periodic "poemaps" that visually trace the paths of US military bases and the leak of toxic chemicals, Perez's staunchly indigenous and decolonized
verse personalizes and exposes legacies of exploitation on his home island of Guam and in the western Pacific (see WLT, May 2017, 68).
On concluding day, recommendations were declared which included English Language Teaching in Pakistan should be decolonized
through production of indigenized language teaching materials.
As individuals, we must adopt the decolonized
, reconciler mindset.
Upadhyay suggests re-centring indigenous knowledge and forms: "we need to develop our understanding that Indigenous lands first need to be decolonized
before we ourselves can claim to be decolonized
Similar to the work of Strong-Wilson (2007), we found that the process of coming-to-know the stories of Indigenous peoples prompted settler-teacher candidates to shift horizons in a way that simultaneously decolonized
their perceptions and allowed them to believe that better relationality between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians is possible and achievable in their own classrooms.
education , which involves implementing Africa-centric curriculum.
Their performances spark the heart and the imagination on what a modern, decolonized
Filipino can be, artistically.
Despite their many biases and limitations, these sources remain essential in any effort to produce a new decolonized
While generally presented as a clash of interests or egos, he argues instead that the split should also be seen as the geopolitical mechanism by which the demands, ideas, and interests of the newly decolonized
states challenged and ultimately came to shape the revolutionary agenda of the global left revolving around the international communist movement.
At the same time, she shows how decolonized
discourses and practices of the Gandhism also functions to dominate marginalized castes, classes, religions and genders.
While in some quarters there is still a tendency to think of these remnants of empire as outdated anomalies, it makes more sense to view these "not yet" fully decolonized
places as a lasting part of the political landscape of the Caribbean.
She addresses the power of dreaming, which will be a necessary part of envisioning a decolonized
future for all of us.