She presents autoethnographic narratives, fragments, poems, interludes, critical reflections, and theoretical aspects to reflect on struggles and attempts to decolonize
language learning and multilingualism.
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The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly begun supporting an effort to "decolonize
" higher education curriculum in the UK.
Awami National Party's (ANP) former senator, Afrasiab Khattak said that we failed to decolonize
our constitution and state.
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Published at a time when reconciliation has entered the mindset of many Canadians, Gehl's book leans heavily on a more difficult proposition: the need to decolonize
from layers of cultural and political oppression.
In Decolonizing Dialectics, political theorist George Ciccariello-Maher sets out to decolonize
"the" dialectic in order to position dialectics as a framework for fighting oppressive contexts and structures.
The company's lead product is the MRSAid nasal decolonization system which is used to decolonize
the nose of all types of pathogens including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Ngugi is once again having a moment, as calls to decolonize
literature programs gain force in the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Africa.
In order to adequately and effectively "decolonize
" music, we must become "reconcilers," or to use a music term, "harmonizers." We must reconcile the new with the traditional, affirming the "both/and" and dismissing the "either/or." We should not let our traditions swallow up the new, but we should not allow the new to swallow up our traditions.
! Members of SAM have not yet written about decolonizing their society, although they show great interest in seeking social justice through programs of diversity and inclusion.
In Britain there has yet to emerge a movement to decolonize
British universities, particularly in the fields of African Studies, the Humanities and Social Sciences along with an increased appointment of African scholars in these specific fields.