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Articles from Knowledge Cultures (July 1, 2016)

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A postmodern narrative for African philosophy. Higgs, Philip Column 5798
A reflection on knowledge production in Africa: questions of epistemology and research for social transformation in Africa. Lumumba-Kasongo, Tukumbi Report 4428
Catholicism and republicanism: shaping the reason of the citizen in early 19th century Argentinean schooling. Caride, Ezequiel Gomez Report 8078
Critical human agency in Africa as a knowledge culture: towards critical student agency. Isaacs, Tracey Report 7417
Curriculum studies and historicizing the present: the political and impracticality of practical knowledge. Popkewitz, Thomas S.; Diaz, Jennifer; Kirchgasler, Christopher 2927
Historicizing affect in education. Lesko, Nancy; Niccolini, Alyssa Essay 6719
Indigenous rights, indigenous epistemologies, and language: (re)construction of modern Khoisan identities. Van Wyk, Berte Report 5341
Knowledge(s), culture and African philosophy: an introduction. Waghid, Yusef Report 2333
Language, science, and a mission: another look at pluralism. Lopez, Ligia "Licho" Lopez Report 7011
Power in the child as a problem solver: making mathematical people and the limits of standardization. Diaz, Jennifer Essay 6878
Re-imaging a conception of Ubuntu that can recreate relevant knowledge cultures in Africa and African universities. Divala, Joseph Jinja Report 5866
Reconceptualizing Ubuntu as inclusion in African higher education: towards equalization of voice. Shanyanana, Rachel Ndinelao; Waghid, Yusef Report 6656
Religion, culture, and the exclusion of Muslim women: on finding a reimagined form of inclusive-belonging. Davids, Nuraan Report 6026
The action-competent child: responsibilization through practices and emotions in environmental education. Ideland, Malin Essay 6965
The limits of "knowledge for all": historicizing transnational school reforms in Kenya. Kirchgasler, Christopher Essay 9169
The making of culture and definition of cultural spheres and boundaries in post-colonial Africa: the role of education in acquiring and exercising agency. Assie-Lumumba, N'dri T. Report 5682

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