This multidisciplinary collection explores ways in which established and emerging scholars comprehend and theorize resistance and decolonization in their own fields of work, from political to education and social studies, to medicine, psychology and beyond. In this time of transformed global spiritual awakening, indigenous communities are reconsidering ways of knowing and evoking theories of resistance informed by communal theories of solidarity. Using an intersectional lens, chapter authors imagine or present modes of resistance, solidarity and political action that subvert colonial and neocolonial formations. Placing stress on the importance of theorizing the spirit, a discourse that is deeply ingrained in our unique cultures and ancestries, Decolonizing the Spirit in Education and Beyond: Resistance and Solidarity, (PDF) is able to capture and better comprehend these moments and processes of spiritual emergence/re-emergence.
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