Humanizing Pedagogy Humanizing pedagogy: how African philosophy can contribute to the decolonization of higher education Abstract Current pedagogical approaches in university settings are dehumanizing. We will argue for a humanization of pedagogy through the lens of the African philosophy of Afro communitarianism. We will argue that a humanizing pedagogy informed by an Afro-communitarian perspective needs to focus on overcoming the alienation that many indigenous language speakers experience when they enter higher education. Not only the content, but also the pedagogy we employ at institutions of higher learning, should address this alienation. By: Dr. Rianna Oelofsen, Senior lecturer in the department of Philosophy at University of Fort Hare, South Africa and Interim Director for the Gender-based violence Prevention Unit at Fort Hare. Date: 9. Nov. 2022 Time: 1:30-2:30 PM Please register in advance with the below zoom link for participation https://unisg.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5IqcOmrpzgoH9C32fVLV1p9BPxY1tpnXIOv After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.