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Education, indigenous knowledges, and development in the global south: contesting knowledges for a sustainable future.
Erscheinungsort:
New York
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ISBN:
9780415895897
 
0415895898
 
9780203097922
 
0203097920
 
9780415629881
 
0415629888
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The book's focus is the hegemonic role of so-called modernist, Western epistemology that spread in the wake of colonialism and the capitalist economic system, and its exclusion and othering of other epistemologies.

Through a series of case studies the book discusses how the domination of Western epistemology has had a major impact on the epistemological foundation of the education systems across the globe. The book queries the sustainability of hegemonic epistemology both in the classrooms in the global South as well as in the face of the imminent ecological challenges of our common earth, and discusses whether indigenous knowledge systems would better serve the pupils in the global South and help promote sustainable development.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Introduction
The rationale for writing this book
The hegemonic role of western epistemology

Introduction
The epistemic and economic marginalization of the south-
The superiority claims of western hegemonic epistemology
He ecological consequences of western hegemonic epistemology
A critique of western hegemonic epistemology from within
Indigenous knowledge systems, sustainability, and education in the south

Introduction
Indigenous people and indigenous knowledges
Indigenous ecological knowledges
The co-existence of western and indigenous knowledge systems. CHAT and expansive learning
Another knowledge system in the south : Islamic knowledge production
Education in the global south. What kind of knowledges? What kind of education? --
Indigenous knowledges and education : the case of South Africa

Introduction
African renaissance
The Xhosa worldviews and knowledge production
Land, sustainability, and sustainable development-
Education policy in South Africa after 1994
Indigenous knowledges, education, and sustainable development

Conclusion
Education in Sudan and South Sudan : tension and struggles between epistemologies

Introduction
The Islamist hegemonic political discourse
The Islamist educational discourse
The political discourse in the south
Education in the south as "secondary" resistance
The new nation : South Sudan and sustainable development
The educational discourse of Cuba : an epistemological alternative for other countries in the south?

Introduction
Indigenous knowledges and sustainability
The educational discourse: social and cultural capital
The genesis of the Cuban education system
An alternative discourse : independence, indigenization, and inclusiveness
Indigenous knowledges and sustainability
What others say about the education system in Cuba

Conclusion
The cognitive violence against minority groups : the case of the Mapuche in Chile
Introduction
The situation of the Mapuche
Education in Chile : Marco curricular
EIB (Educacio´n Intercultural Bilingu¨e)
The Mapuche struggle for territorial and cognitive rights

Conclusion
Protest and beyond : a case for optimism?