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Postcolonial Networks-Borderless Press Leadership team for the second Scholarly Writing and Publishing Workshop held at St. Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya August 8-11, 2016Right to Left:
  • Dr. RS Wafula, Vice President Postcolonial Networks and Managing Editor, Borderless Press
  • Rev. Dr. Lydia Mwaniki, Borderless Press author resident
  • Dr. Andrew Mbuvi, Borderless Press scholar-mentor
  • Dr. Esther Mombo, Director of International and Alumni relations, St. Paul’s University
  • Rev. Dr. Mary Toroeiy, Borderless Press author resident
  • Rt. Rev. Dr. James Tengatenga, former Bishop of Southern Malawi and Visiting Professor at the University of the Southb
  • Rev. Dr. Joseph Wandera, theology faculty, St. Paul’s University
Released in November 2016

Knowledge Activism Beyond Theory: A Worldwide Call to Action


“In this ground-breaking book readers are called to knowledge activism. Knowledge activism disrupts the colonial system of knowledge production that sanitizes narrative according to a universalized set of values and standards, set by a few, to benefit some and costing many whose voices are never heard.”

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