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).
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.
Social scientists in South Africa describe the student efforts to decolonize
the country's universities, the movements and philosophies behind them, and the social and political conditions that are driving them.
We have to decolonize
our bodies and our sexualities and our relationships with each other, so we can come to a place of wholeness and self-love and respect for each other.
preaching is to imagine a human community shaped by discourses of love and freedom, rather than dominance and captivity.
Chakraborty says Gandhi uses nationalist asceticism as a "technology of the self" to decolonize
certain types of bodies, behaviors, and desires colonialism had constructed in and through the self-disciplinary practices of the colonized Indian male subject.
The US has now been top nation for about as long as Britain was, but whereas our legacy was a number of peaceful, democratic and prosperous countries (Canada, Australia, New Zealand - and there would have been more had America not compelled Britain to decolonize
immediately after WWII and given even a little more time other democracies would have resulted - including a united India).
of New York at Albany) presents nine chapters from African and non-African scholars of Africa that address the struggle to decolonize
African knowledge and the roles that African and Africanist intellectuals can play in the struggle.
It is not hard, however, to accept the urgent need to decolonize
Anglo-American criticism of Anglo-American Modernism, and Jose Luis Venegas has made an important contribution in this direction with this book.
In the first part of the book, Walter Mignolo argues that to decolonize
epistemology, we must question the basic epistemic premises and assumptions and begin to recognize our own particular standpoint.
Sunseri concludes with a call for Indigenous women and men to engage in struggles to decolonize
With recognition of our discipline's history of "scientific colonialism" (Nicholas and Hollowell 2007; Zimmerman 2001), some archaeologists have set out to decolonize
archaeological practice (Apffel-Marglin and Marglin 1996; Atalay 2006; Nicholas 2008; Nicholas and Andrews 1997; Smith and Jackson 2006; Smith and Wobst 2005; Tuhiwai Smith 1999).