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Is there an urgent need to think a conceptual vocabulary from the languages and traditions of intellections of the parts of the world that is defined as the ‘global south’? How is (thinking from) the ‘global south’ tied to critical knowledge or educational uprising against the colonial narration of human history, education and change? How does critical knowledge liberate social sciences from the colonial boundaries or the neoliberal education? In this Actuvirtual Symposium we discuss Changing Theory: Concepts from the Global South, edited by Dilip M. Menon.
Dilip M. Menon, University of Witwatersrand
Subeshini Moodley, Nelson Mandela University
Richard Pithouse, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research
Zoé Samudzi, Rhode Island School of Design
Fazil Moradi, Convener, JIAS, University of Johannesburg