Reading session on the ‘decolonial bandwagon’

Leon Moosavi states, ‘decolonisation is everywhere. But are all forms of decolonisation to be celebrated?’ The article explores some of the dangers and concerns of academic decolonisation which critically analyse approaches to decolonisation which might do more harm than good if [our] collective commitment is not critically reflexive.

To access the article, please do use the following link:

Join this reading session co-organised by Race, Ethnicity, and Education Network (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter) and Convivial Thinking on Friday 5 March at 2pm (GMT). The aim of the session is to reflect upon the author’s ideas and claims and link them to our individual and/or decolonial endeavour informed by our activism, teaching, learning, or research practices. Please do use the following link to register:

Register in advance for this meeting

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

All welcome.