University of Colour in Amsterdam demonstrated against the neoliberal university
and the perpetuation of coloniality in the curricula. Rhodes Must Fall in Cape Town specifically focused
on the Fanonian concept of ‘putting the last first’. Both Rhodes Must Fall and the University of Colour centred historically marginalised voices as an aim of the decolonised university. The book argues that epistemic justice requires an unlearning and relearning of being/becoming that is the decolonised self; reimagining the relationship between pedagogy and community, theory and lived experience. It attempts to rethink theoretical frames such as Freudian psychoanalysis from a decolonial feminist perspective. This books seeks to share and encourage more dialogue towards achieving decolonised universities.

Year of publication: 2019
Series: African Studies Collection
Volume: 32



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: 9789054481720
: Nadira Omarjee
: Paperback
: African Studies Centre