Part of a special issue on international perspectives on education and decolonization. A study examined subaltern agency as expressed through social movement learning and decolonization of physical/material space in south Orissa, India. Results revealed how learning within Adivasi—original dweller—movements in south Orissa framed a process of Adivasi activism that reasserted itself over forest and land spaces necessary for reproducing Adivasi lives in accordance with their material and existential rationalizations.
Subaltern Social Movement Learning and the Decolonization of Space in India.
Vol. 37 Issue (1).
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