- What is the curriculum of decolonial feminist education?
- What is our archive?
- What are the forms of knowledge and pedagogies that emerge from a decolonial feminist praxis?
- What are the ways of knowing, senses and sensibilities, that we wish to honor, produce and/or access?
- Where does decolonial feminist education occur?
- What do formal institutions of learning in the U.S. have to do with decolonial feminism?
- What does decolonial feminism have to say to those institutions?
- What does decolonial feminist education look like as a transnational project?
In order to collaboratively create a dialogue on this topic, what readings would you be interested in undertaking? Here are a few obvious texts to include in a running bibliography:
Augusto Boal, Theatre of the Oppressed
Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Chela Sandoval, Methodology of the Oppressed
Feel free to add some questions you find interesting and some suggestions for reading so that we can stitch together a bibliography and get a reading schedule in place in time for our next meeting on Monday, March 15th. Perhaps by then we can settle on a few themes to start exploring with more depth. Hope to see and talk with more of you soon.