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1. Introduction 2. The Hegemonic Role of Western Epistemology 3. Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Sustainability, and Education in the Global South 4. Indigenous Knowledges and Education: the Case of South Africa 5. Education in Sudan and South Sudan: Tension and Struggles Between Epistemologies 6. The Educational Discourse of Cuba - an Epistemological Alternative for Other Countries in the Global South? 7. Cognitive Violence Against Minority Groups: the Case of the Mapuche in Chile 8. Protest and Beyond: A Case for Optimism?
Anders Breidlid is Professor of International Education and Development at Oslo University College.
"This book is highly recommended for students in international education, for development agencies and anyone who is critical to the imposition of Western knowledge on the rest of the world." - Birgit Brock-Utne, University of Oslo, Norway, in the International Review of Education