Exploring Tensions in Decolonization of Internationalization of Higher Education
Keywords:internationalization of higher education, decolonization, epistemic justice, doctoral students
In this article, we share our thoughts on how we arrived at decolonization in our research in internationalization of higher education. We offer our stories to explore the epistemological tensions we navigate in our work given the various liminal spaces we occupy in Western universities. We conclude this article by reflecting together on our narratives and posing five critical questions that we hope will invite our readers to reflect deeper alongside us about epistemic justice, decolonization and internationalization of higher education.
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