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Postcolonial Networks brings together scholars, activists, and leaders with the urgency of a movement to foster decolonized relationships, innovative scholarship, and social transformation.

Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Christian Reflection on Postcolonial Theology for the Postmodern World

May 26th, 2013|

"Sociologically speaking, 'reality' is developed by the dominant culture. However, deconstruction and reconstruction are helpful notions. When 'reality' is deemed unfair, unjust, and oppressive, we can recreate and restructure it."

Faith, Secular Humanism, and Development

May 13th, 2013|

"Ultimately, the essay demonstrates that Roumain believes that only through effective human solidarity and collaboration can serious social transformation and real human freedom take place."

Toyota

May 6th, 2013|

"what’s on his mind squatting in the shade sugar cane in his right hand dark brown skin wearing a worn shirt labeled lifang"

A Review of Judith Halberstam’s The Queer Art of Failure (Durham: Duke University Press, 2011).

May 5th, 2013|

". . . it seems clear that the desirability of a feminist politic that does not speak or activate is dependent on positions of privilege within the silencing system in the first place."

St. Paul’s University | The Postcolonial Church: Theology, Identity & Mission

May 1st, 2013|

May 28-30, 2014
Postcolonial Networks will collaborate with St. Paul’s University in Kenya, for “The Postcolonial Church: Theology, Identity & Mission.” This 3 day conference will be convened by Esther Mombo. Decolonial and postcolonial papers are welcome in the areas of: biblical studies, history, mission, public theology & religious conflicts. The 250-word abstracts are due by […]