Decolonizing Literacy

Decolonizing Literacy

Millions of descendants of the former colonized and enslaved peoples around the world are now classified as poor readers, bad writers, and slow learners. Are they illiterate or silenced people? Are they global citizens or global outcasts? Drawing from case studies of flesh and blood individuals in Mexico and the U.S., this book questions the colonizing images of the “illiterate”, and explores the ways in which the long social history of conquest and colonization,… (more)

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Publisher: Multilingual Matters (April 20, 2010)

Collection: Critical Language and Literacy Studies

Page count: 232 pages

Language: English


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