Unsettling Eurocentrism in the Westernized University
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1. Introduction: Coloniality Resurgent, Coloniality Interrupted (Julie Cupples) 2. The University as Branch Plant Industry (Lou Dear) 3. The White University: A Platform of Subjectification/Subjugation (Lucas Van Milders) 4. Can the Master's Tools Dismantle the Master's Lodge? Negotiating Postcoloniality in the Neoliberal University (Lili Schwoerer) 5. Black Studies in the Westernized University: The Interdisciplines and the Elision of Political Economy (Charisse Burden-Stelly) 6. Black Feminist Contributions to Decolonizing the Curriculum (Francesca Sobande) 7. Denaturalizing Settler-Colonial Logics in International Development Education in Canada (Trycia Bazinet) 8. Planetary Urbanisation and Postcolonial Geographies: What Directions for Critical Urban Theory? (Simone Veglio) 9. Decolonizing Legal Studies: A Latin Americanist Perspective (Aitor Jimenez Gonzalez) 10. The Challenges of Being Mapuche at University (Denisse Sepulveda Sanchez) 11. Learning from Mayan Feminists' Interpretations of Buen Vivir (Johanna Bergstroem) 12. Other Knowledges, Other Interculturalities: Colonial Difference, Epistemological Bias, and Eurocentrism in Intercultural Dialogue (Robert Aman) 13. Poetical, Ethical and Political Dimensions of Indigenous Language Practices in Colombia (Sandra Camelo) 14. Surpassing Epistemic Hierarchies: A Dialogue Between Expanded Art Practices and Human Scale Development (Maricely Corzo Morales) 15. "Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite": Debunking the Myth of Egalitarianism in French Education (Olivette Otele) 16. Dismantling Eurocentrism in the French History of Chattel Slavery and Racism (Christelle Gomis) 17. Beyond the Westernized University: Eurocentrism and International High School Curricula (Marcin Stanek) 18. What is Racism? Zone of Being and Zone of Non-Being in the Work of Frantz Fanon and Boaventura De Sousa Santos (Ramon Grosfoguel)

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Julie Cupples is Professor of Human Geography and Cultural Studies at the University of Edinburgh, UK. Her current research is focused on indigenous and Afro-descendant media activism in Central America and Aotearoa New Zealand. She is the author of Latin American Development (2013) and co-author of Communications/Media/Geographies (2017) and Shifting Nicaraguan Mediascapes: Authoritarianism and the Struggle for Social Justice (2018). Ramon Grosfoguel is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, USA, and a senior researcher at the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme in Paris, France. He has published many articles on the political economy of the world system and on Caribbean migrations to Western Europe and the United States. He is author of Colonial Subjects: Puerto Ricans in a Global Perspective (2003) and co-editor of Latin@s in the World System: Decolonization Struggles in the 21st Century US Empire (2005) and Decolonizing the Westernized University (2016).

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