By Vanessa Andreotti
Actionable Postcolonial conception in Education illustrates how postcolonial thought will be positioned to paintings in schooling. It deals an available and convenient evaluation and comparability of postcolonial conception and different theoretical debates regarding reviews of Western ethnocentrism and hegemony. It additionally deals examples that illustrate how a discursive strand of postcolonial conception has been utilized effectively within the contexts of academic research/critique and in pioneering pedagogical initiatives. Andreotti encourages educators and researchers in schooling to have interaction with postcolonial theoretical frameworks and their implications for study and academic perform.
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Postcolonialism is also critiqued from traditional Marxist perspectives that reject the idea of colonial discourses (as opposed to class) as the basis of experiences of social reality. Ahmad (1992), for example, opposes the notion that Third World societies have a common ground in their experience of colonialism and that Western colonial discourses are stable throughout history. indd 16 8/25/2011 2:16:07 PM Contextualizing Postcolonialisms 17 restricted to something called the ‘the Second World’ but is simply the name of a resistance that saturates the globe today, as capitalism itself does” (Ahmad 1992, 103).
Indd 16 8/25/2011 2:16:07 PM Contextualizing Postcolonialisms 17 restricted to something called the ‘the Second World’ but is simply the name of a resistance that saturates the globe today, as capitalism itself does” (Ahmad 1992, 103). Gandhi (1998) helps contextualize postcolonialism in relation to Marxist interrogations of empire that provide a better interface with postcolonialism by conceptualizing colonialism as a constitutive dimension of the globalization of capital. However, she argues that Marxism’s specific teleological reading of history has failed to address key questions that are central to postcolonial studies: For reasons of its own very specific reading of the development of capitalism in the late nineteenth century, Marxism has been unable to theorize colonialism as an exploitative relationship between the West and its Others.
The first deploys concepts of emancipation and humanism to propose a teleological change in history based on liberation from and transcendence of colonial relations, where the oppressed and their subjugated knowledges (rather than the oppressors’) would hold the key to a better society. The second proposes a constant and immanent problematization of knowledge production (even knowledge produced by the “oppressed”) that defies traditional conceptualizations of history, teleology, and emancipation.