Graduate Symposium on Re-Signifying Curriculum Studies from Indigeneity in the Mexican and Kenyan Contexts

Maria Jose Athie-Martinez & Philip Kimani Karangu organized a thoughtful, engaging, symposium last week on “Indigeneity in the Mexican and Kenyan Contexts.” The symposium provided an overview of the students’ MA theses and hosted Dr. Samson Nashon as a discussant on the Dadaab refugee camp teacher education programs. I appreciate Maria Jose and Philip’s lead here and the outstanding analysis of issues. As well, thanks so much everyone for engaging with the presenters and readings.

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