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Feminist Scholars' Experiences in Decolonizing the Academy
Race, Class, and Identity in Narrative
Author(s): Jan Etienne

Explore the importance and challenges of decolonising higher education, and how a diverse group of feminist scholars might approach the question.

Collection: Gender Studies
ISBN: 9781915734082

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How do different gender identities interact with the key challenge of decolonizing higher education?

Editor Jan Etienne brings together a range of experiences from a diverse group of feminist scholars to explore how perspectives of race, class, gender, and social identity can impact and inform decolonizing activism.

Ideal reading for students of Gender Studies, Critical Race Theory Studies, Black Studies, Decolonial Studies, Activism Studies, and other related and interdisciplinary courses, this book will be of interest to all scholars interested in the decolonization of the higher education curriculum.

Jan Etienne PhD is Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy at Birkbeck, part of the University of London in the UK. She is a Womanist researcher, Chair of the Womanism, Activism and Higher Education Research Network, and teaches on the MSc Education, Power, and Social Change programme in the Department of Psychosocial Studies.

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How do different gender identities interact with the key challenge of decolonizing higher education?

Editor Jan Etienne brings together a range of experiences from a diverse group of feminist scholars to explore how perspectives of race, class, gender, and social identity can impact and inform decolonizing activism.

Ideal reading for students of Gender Studies, Critical Race Theory Studies, Black Studies, Decolonial Studies, Activism Studies, and other related and interdisciplinary courses, this book will be of interest to all scholars interested in the decolonization of the higher education curriculum.

About The Author

Jan Etienne PhD is Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy at Birkbeck, part of the University of London in the UK. She is a Womanist researcher, Chair of the Womanism, Activism and Higher Education Research Network, and teaches on the MSc Education, Power, and Social Change programme in the Department of Psychosocial Studies.

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