A shared space for exchanging and advancing ideas and information about the decolonisation of knowledge – through activism, research, inclusive teaching and learning and creativity.
Access further information about decolonial research methodologies, teaching and learning approaches and the development of inclusive curricula.
- Documentary films
- Online resources and web links
- Research methods
- Recorded events, hosted by the Decolonial Dialogues team
- Reflective blog posts from contributing researchers
- Spotlight articles
- Book reviews
- Publication listings
“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced“― James Baldwin (“As Much Truth As One Can Bear,” The New York Times, 1962)
This new shared space provides information and insights about developing and making effective contributions towards the decolonisation of knowledge.
We are an international, interdisciplinary group of researchers and co-moderators, with diasporic links to Algeria, France, India, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Pakistan, Trinidad and Tobago, the UK and the USA.
Use the feedback form on this site to correspond with the editors and co-moderators of Decolonial Dialogues. We are also on Twitter where you can also DM us as well!
If you have a blog post, a resource, a network to promote, an idea to share or an inspiration to collaborate in a project, virtual events, or a conference, please share your information.