Rochelle Davidson Mhonde and Aayushi Hingle examine the changing landscape of pedagogy in Instructional Communication in their essay, titled "Resistance, Reflexivity, and Rest: Critical Pedagogical Rituals of ‘Ubuntu’."
In this article, they share their collective thoughts as critical transnational scholars. As critical transnational scholars, Rochelle and Aayushi focus on the examination of systems of power and oppression across geographical borders and how this affects the ways in which we communicate in the classroom and beyond.
Utilizing the philosophy of Ubuntu as a lens, this essay elaborates on the collective idea "I am because we are" and how in critical communication pedagogy this can be used in the classroom.
This essay will be published in the next edition of the journal Communication Education forum on Diversity, Intersectionality, Transnationality, and Pedagogy which will be out in print in June 2021.
March 03, 2021