CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE BRAZILIAN GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN EDUCATION TO DECOLONIAL PEDAGOGIES
Keywords:decolonial pedagogies, fundamentals of education, production of knowledge
The article discusses decolonial pedagogies. It analyzes conceptual contributions to decolonial pedagogies in stricto sensu productions from the Brazilian graduate programs in Education. Decolonial thinking is taken as the main theoretical framework. The epistemological anchoring of this article is in the Dusselian analectic method, in a decolonial perspective. Methodologically, the article is based on a predominantly qualitative approach. Typologically, it is a decolonial research, elaborated to the extent of an approximation with the state-of-the-art research and with the bibliographic-documentary research. Among the results, it is highlighted that works from the Modernity/Coloniality Network are fundamental for the Brazilian conceptual contributions on decolonial pedagogies, that Brazil has contributed to the debate on decolonial pedagogies, especially through reinterpretations of popular education in decolonial key. It concludes by finding original approaches as a perspective of decolonial feminist pedagogy and creation of concepts, such as the Pedagogy of the South and the Pedagogy of the Crossroads.
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