Kasturi Behari-Leak
Kasturi Behari-Leak
Associate Professor, University of Cape Town
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New academics, new higher education contexts: A critical perspective on professional development
K Behari-Leak
Teaching in Higher Education 22 (5), 485-500, 2017
Generic gold standard or contextualised public good? Teaching excellence awards in post-colonial South Africa
K Behari-Leak, S McKenna
Teaching in Higher Education 22 (4), 408-422, 2017
Decolonial turns, postcolonial shifts, and cultural connections: Are we there yet?
K Behari-Leak
English Academy Review 36 (1), 58-68, 2019
Decolonising the curriculum: it’s in the detail, not just in the definition
K Behari-Leak, L Masehela, L Marhaya, M Tjabane, N Merckel
The Conversation 9, 2017
Toward a borderless, decolonized, socially just, and inclusive scholarship of teaching and learning
K Behari-Leak
Teaching and Learning Inquiry 8 (1), 4-23, 2020
Disrupting metaphors of coloniality to mediate social inclusion in the global South
K Behari-Leak, G Mokou
International Journal for Academic Development 24 (2), 135-147, 2019
Reflecting on feedback processes for new ways of knowing, being and acting
L Quinn, K Behari-Leak, R Ganas, AM Olsen, JA Vorster
International Journal for Academic Development 24 (4), 330-341, 2019
Crossing the threshold from discipline expert to discipline practitioner
K Behari-Leak, S Williams
Alternation, 2011
Between a rock and a hard place, third space practitioners exercise agency
K Behari-Leak, N Le Roux
Perspectives in Education 36 (1), 30-43, 2018
How to be or not to be? A critical dialogue on the limitations and opportunities of academic development in the current higher education context
L Masehela, K Behari-Leak, N Chitanand, K Padayachee, R Ganas, ...
South African Journal of Higher Education 32 (6), 401-421, 2018
Using vulnerability as a decolonial catalyst to re-cast the teacher as human (e)
K Behari-Leak, S Josephy, MA Potts, G Muresherwa, J Corbishley, ...
Teaching in Higher Education 26 (4), 557-572, 2021
Leadership amidst the COVID-19 Crisis: Exploring a Curriculum for Servant Leadership in HE and Beyond.
S Behari-Leak, K. and Behari
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in the Time of COVID-19 3, 187-209, 2021
Conditions enabling or constraining the exercise of agency among new academics in higher education, conducive to the social inclusion of students
K Behari-Leak
Rhodes University, 2015
Drawing a line in the sand: Social mapping of responses to calls to ‘Decolonise the University’
K Behari-Leak, R Chetty
Critical African Studies, 2021
Crossing borders as ‘new’academics in contested times: Reflexive narratives of curriculum change and transformation
B Rink, K Mohamed, A Ngoasheng, K Behari-Leak
Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 8 (1), 1-20, 2020
The Pedagogies for critical agency: Portals to alternative futures
R Ganas, K Behari-Leak, N Chitanand, S Sabata
Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning (CriSTaL) 9 (SI), 15-37, 2021
The future (s)-ready graduate: Whose future? Which graduate?
K Behari-Leak
ETH Learning and Teaching Journal 2 (2), 18-21, 2020
Exploring disruptions of the coloniality of knowledge, power and being to enable agency as disciplinary activists for curriculum change
K Behari-Leak, S Nkoala, G Mokou, H Binkowski
Journal of Decolonising Disciplines 2 (2), 2020
Disrupting single stories through participatory learning and action
K Behari-Leak
Re-imagining Curriculum: Spaces for disruption, 65, 2019
Fatima Meer’s ‘Train from Hyderabad’: Diaspora, Social Justice, Gender and Political Intervention
R Chetty, K Behari-Leak
Alternation Journal 24 (1), 127-142, 2017
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