Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society is an undisciplinary, peer-reviewed, online Open Access journal committed to supporting and advancing decolonization scholarship, practice, and activism within and, more importantly, beyond and against, the academy. We believe in connecting decolonization struggles across locations and experiences, in connecting academics, activists, and artists - and their production - within larger communities of decolonial struggle, and connecting knowledge production to histories of resistance to colonial power; we believe in a lived out decolonial praxis. Decolonization is not new and we do not aspire to meet the academic demand for new and invigorating paradigms; it is not the academy we are interested in invigorating. Instead, we seek to ground decolonization in the lived experiences and histories of those individuals and communities that have and are living out decolonization, seeking to invigorate connections, struggles, and knowledges that reside beyond the academy.
Our newest issue is now available to read and download! Click on the cover image below to read it and then share! To find past issues, please look in our archives.
New Decolonization Shirts
|We're selling shirts again this year! Keep yourself clothed and support us at the same time!|
|Leanne Simpson's article "Land as Pedagogy: Nishnaabeg Intelligence and Rebellious Transformation" has won “Most thought-provoking 2014 article in Native American and Indigenous Studies”!|
New Blog Series
|A new blog series exploring hip hop and decolonization!|