Learning Disobedience

This is a book about teaching with disobedient pedagogies from the heart of empire. The authors show how educators, activists and students are cultivating anti-racist decolonial practices, leading with a radical call to eradicate development studies, and counterbalancing this with new projects to decolonize development, particularly in African geographies. Building on the works of other decolonial trailblazers, the authors show how colonial legacies continue to shape the ways in which land, well-being, progress and development are conceived of and practiced. How do we, through our classroom and activist practices, work collaboratively to create the radical imaginaries and practical scaffolding we need for decolonizing development? Being intentionally disobedient in the classroom is central to decolonizing development studies.

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‘This is a must-read for current struggles for dignity and pluriversal, decolonized solidarity. The authors invite us to abolish development, not as simple rejection, but as a life-affirming pathway into liberation and freedom beyond coloniality’ Rosalba Icaza, Professor, Erasmus University of Rotterdam Murrey and Daley take no prisoners in their sharp decolonial analysis’ Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni, author of Beyond the Coloniality of Internationalism. ‘The book we’ve all been waiting for to divest from development studies. It engages the abolitionist imperative as intelligible and doable; as a labour of love, solidarity and abundance’ Olivia Umurerwa Rutazibwa, Assistant Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science

SKU: 9780745347141
Dimensions 21 × 13 × 2 cm
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Amber Murrey, Patricia Daley











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