Conversations to Redress a Fashion Disaster – Resources 1

On November 4, in Conversations to Redress a Fashion Disaster at the Jan Van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, we explore the important juncture of fashion, climate urgency and decoloniality. Many participants on 4 November have asked for references to help them prepare for the day. Below you will find a few resources available on line for ease of access. This list is neither definitive nor complete. Striking is that there appear to be no resources (as yet) specifically addressing the juncture that we will be addressing on the 4th. 

Please, readers, suggest useful resources by email and I will add them to the list.

On Decoloniality

Wikipedia provides useful background resources. Use the search terms: 

‘Decoloniality’,  ‘Decoloniality of power’, ‘Indigenous decolonization’

The theme of decoloniality comes up increasingly frequently in educational resources:

Reyes, G.T.  2019. ‘Pedagogy of and Towards Decoloniality‘. In Encyclopedia of Teacher Education

Weems, Lisa.  2016. Decolonial Education at Its Intersections. Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. Singapore.

Works by Anibal Quijano and Walter Mignolo may be considered core readings. Both are prolific and seminal writers:

Quijano, Anibal. Coloniality of Power, Eurocentrism, and Latin America.

Pheng Cheah. 2006. The Limits of Thinking in Decolonial Strategies.

Mignolo, W. D., & Walsh, C. E. 2018. On decoloniality: Concept, Analytics, Praxis. Durham: Duke University Press. Duke University Press allows readers to download the introductory segments of the book.

Walter Mignolo and Rolando Vazquez (2013), ‘Decolonial AestheSis: Colonial Wounds/Decolonial Healings,’ Social Text Online

Some brief additional references related to system change:

Climate Change or System Change

Carrasco-Miro, Gisela. 2017. EcoSlmies of care: a proposal for decolonizing ‘sustainable development’. From the European South 2: 89-108.

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