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Decolonizing: The Curriculum, the Museum and the Mind
Decolonizing: The Curriculum, the Museum and the Mind

Danah Abdulla, Teresa Cisneros, Andrea Francke, Lolita Jablonskiene, Ieva Mazuraite-Novickiene, Achille Mbembe, Almira Ousmanova, Ieva Pleikiene, Marquard Smith, Michelle Williams Gamaker


"Decolonizing: The Curriculum, the Museum, and the Mind" tries to identify where we’re at and where we might be going vis-à-vis the idea of decolonizing – better, the process of decolonization – in higher education, museums and galleries, and the ongoing legacies of colonization that shape structures and infrastructures, policies and protocols, mentalities and behaviours, and minds and bodies. Co-authors: Danah Abdulla, Teresa Cisneros, Andrea Francke, Lolita Jablonskiene, Ieva Mazuraite-Novickiene, Achille Mbembe, Almira Ousmanova, Ieva Pleikiene, Marquard Smith, and Michelle Williams Gamaker.

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Series Introduction
Lolita Jablonskienė and Ieva Pleikienė p. 8

Introduction: Decolonizing: The Curriculum, the Museum, and the Mind
Marquard Smith p. 10

Decolonizing Knowledge and the Question of the Archive
Achille Mbembe p. 44

Imagining Otherwise
Danah Abdulla p. 84

Shaping Collective Memory: ‘Vilnius’ everyday life’, a Photo album
Ieva Mazūraitė Novickienė p. 98

All on the Ground Michelle
Williams Gamaker p. 118

Decolonizing through Post-Socialist Lenses
Almira Ousmanova p. 136

Discussion
p. 162

Afterword: Nobody Wants to Deal with this Shit Internally
Teresa Cisneros and Andrea Francke p. 196

Biographical notes
p. 226

Colophon
p. 238


Release date: 2020
Pages: 239
Covers: paperback
Weight: 978-609-447-343-2
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