An hour conversation with Professor Shose Kessi, Professor of Psychology and Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Cape Town, exploring a range of issues including feminist pedagogies and research methods in the context of decolonisation struggles in South Africa, the Global South, and the metropole.
Education, Development and Peace in the service of authoritarian elites: the case of Post-Soviet Tajikistan
Lessons from women’s spaces of empowerment, power and knowledge in Uzbekistan: Informing formal education practices
Common Patterns of Religious Revival in Central Asia and Challenges to Develop Human Rights and Inclusive Society
Educational Research & Knowledge Production in Post-Soviet Central Asia: Revisiting the Global Discourses of Decolonization, Recolonization and Indigenization
In this webinar Sarfaroz Niyozov reflects on the questions of knowledge production and education research from the experiences of post-Soviet Central Asia, with taking Tajikistan as case study.
Beyond the Western Horizon: Rethinking Education, Values, and Policy Transfer in Post-Socialist Transformations
In this webinar Iveta Silova reflects on the education, values, and policy transfer in post-Socialist transformations with links to decolonial literature as well as consider challenges to the next generation of research.