Njoki Nathani Wane, Miglena S. Todorova, Kimberly L. Todd
This collection of work from a wide range of academic disciplines investigates the ways in which established and emerging academics comprehend and theorize resistance and decolonization in their respective fields of study, ranging from politics to education and social studies, to medicine and psychology, and even further afield. Indigenous communities around the world are rethinking their ways of knowing and generating ideas of resistance that are guided by community conceptions of solidarity at this moment when there has been a transformation in the global spiritual awakening. The authors of the chapters imagine or present modes of resistance, forms of solidarity, and political activity that subvert colonial and neocolonial structures through the use of an intersectional lens. Decolonizing the Spirit in Education and Beyond: Resistance and Solidarity is able to capture and better comprehend these moments and processes of spiritual emergence or re-emergence because it places an emphasis on the importance of theorizing the spirit, a discourse that is deeply ingrained in each of our distinct cultures and ancestries.
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