"Postcolonialism and Education" brings together the essays of established contributors and emergent scholars who provide a critical exploration and assessment of the relevance of postcolonialism foreducation research and practice. The quality of the essays combined with a relay of topics explored by different writers provides exciting and compellinganalyses of the significance of postcolonial theory for local, nationaland international education theory, practice, and policy. "Postcolonialismand Education" promotes a dialogue about how we can harness and use therich and almost subversive insights of postcolonialism for learning, teaching, curriculum and research. Engaging well-known ideas as well as unexploredareas of interest, "Postcolonialism and Education" deepens ourunderstanding and stimulates alternative and radical analyses thatinterrogate and disrupt traditional knowledges and preconceptions abouteducation. This an essential collection that theorists, practitioners, administrators and students within education and beyond will not want tobe without.