Blog by Lonnie Rowell, Rio Rancho, New Mexico Participatory action research (PAR) has long been at the leading edge of knowledge democratization efforts. Tracing its origins to “relationships forged between social movements and politically progressive intellectuals in the Third World and the margins of the developed world in the 1960s and 1970s” (Rappaport, 2020, xvii), … Continue reading Participatory Action Research in Action: An Interview with Marcos Guevara Berger
Action Research Plus with Hilary Bradbury - AR+ http://actionresearchplus.com
As part Moravian College’s action research-based teacher action research fellowships, teacher researchers met on April 18, 2017 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania to begin to respond to the question: To what extent can epistemological, ideological and political differences be reconciled in the interest of a sustainable and socially just world? PennsylvaniaTeacherResearcherReport 04-18-17
Call for Papers Special Themed Issue 2018 Educational Research for Social Change THEMED ISSUE (14a) Decolonising education: perspectives and debates Guest editor: Aslam Fataar (Stellenbosch University): firstname.lastname@example.org Calls for decolonising education that recently accompanied the student protests at South African universities are not new, having first emerged in the context of decolonising struggles … Continue reading Call for papers
This is an interview with Boaventura de Sousa Santos on the subject of Global order and global knowledges, and which has relevant connections to knowledge democracy.
An interview with Paulo Wangoola, the founder and President of the Mpambo Afrikan Multiversity in Uganda. Paulo was interviewed by Peter Levesque at the Living Knowledge 3 conference held at the Ecole des Mines Paris, France, on September 1, 2007 Information about the Mpambo Multiversity can be obtained by writing to Mpambo Afrikan Mulitiversity, P.O. … Continue reading Paulo Wangoola on the Multiversity