The Routledge Research in Decolonizing Education series aims to enhance our understanding and facilitate ongoing debates, research and theory relating to decolonization, decolonizing education and the curriculum, and postcolonialism in education. The series is international in scope and is aimed at upper-level and post-graduate students, researchers, and research students, as well as academics and scholars.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
AnnaMary Goodall: AnnaMary.Good[email protected]– Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: Vi[email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Decolonizing the Internationalization of Higher Education in the Global South Applying Principles of Critical Applied Linguistics to Processes of Internationalization
Traditional Values and Local Community in the Formal Educational System in Senegal Relevance, Need, and Barriers to the Integration of Indigenous Knowledge
The Languaging of Higher Education in the Global South De-Colonizing the Language of Scholarship and Pedagogy
Decolonizing Study Abroad through the Identities of Latinx Students A Manifesto to Reclaim Identities and Heritage
Funds of Knowledge and Identity Pedagogies for Social Justice International Perspectives and Praxis from Communities, Classrooms, and Curriculum
Global South Scholars in the Western Academy Harnessing Unique Experiences, Knowledges, and Positionality in the Third Space
Interrogating the Relations between Migration and Education in the South Migrating Americas
Decolonizing Transcultural Teacher Education through Participatory Action Research Dialogue, Culture, and Identity
By Kleber Aparecido da Silva, Lauro Sérgio Machado Pereira
January 23, 2024
This book reconceives the internationalization of higher education from the perspective of Global-South researchers, empowering and giving visibility to this discourse. Challenging the first assumptions of internationalization of higher education (IHE) as something overwhelmingly positive owing to ...
By Injeong Yoon-Ramirez, Alejandra I. Ramírez
December 19, 2023
Decolonial Arts Praxis: Transnational Pedagogies and Activism illustrates the productive potential of critical arts pedagogies in the ongoing work of decolonization by engaging art, activism, and transnational feminisms. Offering contributions from scholars, educators, artists, and activists from...
By Maguette Diame
December 18, 2023
This book explores the discourse of traditional values and local practices within the formal educational system in Senegal, investigating how these cultural elements are present in the daily life of the community and integrated into formal schools and teaching. Studying the integration of concepts ...
By Towani Duchscher, Kimberly Lenters
September 27, 2023
This volume examines the ways in literacy has been used as a weapon and a means for settler colonialism, challenging colonized definitions of literacy and centring relationships as key to broadening understandings. It begins by confronting the multiple ways that settler colonialism has used ...
By Sinfree Makoni, Cristine G. Severo, Ashraf Abdelhay, Anna Kaiper-Marquez
September 25, 2023
By foregrounding language practices in educational settings, this timely volume offers a postcolonial critique of the languaging of higher education and considers how Southern epistemologies can be used to further the decolonization of post-secondary education in the Global South. Offering a range...
By G. Sue Kasun, Beth Marks, Julián Jefferies
September 06, 2023
This book counters the common understanding of study abroad in Latin America as a White and middle-class colonizer practice and re-imagines it to fit the needs of Latinx immigrant/transnational higher education students. The book centers Latinx youth inhabiting familial heritage spaces as a ...
By Moisés Esteban-Guitart
July 21, 2023
This edited volume takes the US-derived concept and praxis of funds of knowledge and applies it globally to critically analyse current education in line with social justice, antiracism, and culturally sustaining pedagogies. Edited by one of the premier international voices for the funds of ...
By Natália Gil
June 23, 2023
Through in-depth socio-historical analysis of discourses and processes of quantification around school performance and student failure rates in Brazil, this volume highlights the prevalence of Eurocentric colonized thought that results in the persistence of exclusion bottlenecks; different ...
By Staci Martin, Deepra Dandekar
May 31, 2023
By foregrounding the voices and experiences of scholars from the Global South who have migrated to institutions in the Global North, this volume theorizes the "third space" as a unique, rich, and generative position in the Western academy. Global South Scholars in the Western Academy engages a ...
By Ligia (Licho) López López, Ivón Cepeda-Mayorga, María Emilia Tijoux
May 31, 2023
Adopting a uniquely critical lens, this volume analyzes the relationship between forced migration, the migrations of people, and subsequent impacts on education. In doing so, it challenges Euro-modern and colonial notions of what it means to move across 'borders'. Using Abiayala and its diasporas...
By Jean Kirshner, George Kamberelis
January 09, 2023
This volume describes a Participatory Action Research (PAR) project involving educators from Belize and the U.S. to illustrate the critical role of shared dialogue in transnational teacher education. First identifying issues which inhibited the success of formerly didactic training delivered to ...
By Stephen Jackson
November 30, 2022
This book traces the historical development of the World History course as it has been taught in high school classrooms in Texas, a populous and nationally influential state, over the last hundred years. Arguing that the course is a result of a patchwork of competing groups and ideas that have ...