Decolonisation in universities: The politics of knowledge, edited by Jonathan D. Jansen

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Naiefa Rashied

Abstract

In this review of Decolonisation in Universities: The Politics of Knowledge, edited by Jonathan D. Jansen, book reviewer Naiefa Rashied explains how this book serves as an enriching resource for understanding decolonisation from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. This book is an important resource for academics and other stakeholders who are interested in decolonisation, particularly with respect to curriculum reform in higher education.


Keywords: Universities, Decolonisation, Curriculum Reform, Coloniality, Institutional Curriculum


How to cite this article: Rashied, N. 2021. Decolonisation in Universities: The politics of knowledge, edited by Jonathan D. Jansen. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in the South. 5(1): 139-143. DOI: 10.36615/sotls.v5i1.171.


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