Although the landscape of decolonial scholarship and intellectual engagement has a fairly well developed and robust tradition amongst scholars from the South i.e., Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa, the practice of merging political and social activism with scholarship within the broader context of psychology is arguably still haunted by the effects of the “colonial wound”.
On the 21 and 22 February 2019, a colloquium will be presented by University of the Western Cape , University of Kansas, University of Pretoria, University of South Africa, South African Medical Research Council and the University of Witwatersrand, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, a division of the American Psychological Association on the matters relating to decoloniality.
We encourage scholars and practitioners who wish to cast a further critical lens on the concept of decoloniality to consider sharing their knowledge and experience at this 2-day colloquium.
Abstracts should not be longer than 300 words and submitted no later than 23 November 2018. Please forward abstracts to: firstname.lastname@example.org