Epistemic justice through ontological reclamation in pedagogy : detailing mutual (in)fallibility using inseparable categories

@article{Kumalo2018EpistemicJT,
  title={Epistemic justice through ontological reclamation in pedagogy : detailing mutual (in)fallibility using inseparable categories},
  author={Siseko H. Kumalo},
  journal={Journal of Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={72},
  pages={4-19}
}
Impulsive uses of collective memory to rally support for decolonised education have been a characteristic of the student movement, establishing clear divisions through binary oppositional thinking. Analysing the binaries that constitute the decolonial turn, I highlight misconceptions of decoloniality which facilitate the erasure of oppositional voices in decolonisation. Misconceptions of decoloniality manifest as the dismissal of all “non-African” knowledge as colonial. I subsequently caution… Expand
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