Autonomous and decolonial pedagogies, social movements and education in Brazil and the UK

Jan 26, 2023 | Postgraduate, Transformations (Issue 8)

Autonomous and decolonial pedagogies, social movements and education in Brazil and the UK

This event brought together researchers from Brazil and the UK to explore the intersections between colonial/decolonial pasts and presents and the contemporary politics of education in universities in Brazil and the UK. The event created a space of exchange between Brazil and the UK to think the challenges and possibilities on thinking and practising autonomous and decolonial pedagogies within and beyond university and higher education. It explored the role of social movements and how they intersect with higher education in Brazil and examined the creation of different educational spaces that allow for thinking with, past and beyond colonial histories and pedagogies.

 

Dr Pietra Cepero Rua Perez (Geography)
Dr Sol Gamsu (Sociology – AS SUPPORTING ACADEMIC)
Professor Vikki Boliver (Sociology)
Dr Shabana Marshall (Sociology)

 

 

 

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