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ACEPS - Decoloniser of Philosophy
African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science

ACEPS Decolonising Knowledge

We are in the business of decolonising knowledge through African voices in Philosophy, strengthening knowledge systems in both North and South.

  • African Philosophy & Indigenous Knowledge Systems
  • Decolonising Knowledge & Epistemic Injustice & Oppression
  • Philosophy of Science: Medicine & Public Health
  • Philosophy of Education & Social Science
  • Philosophy of Biology & Philosophy of Race
The African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science is housed in the Department of Philosophy ranked no. 2 in Africa.

Forthcoming Events
Visitors
  • Prof Lewis Gordon (Uni Connecticut) is a visiting professor specialising in Africana Philosophy.
  • Prof Nancy Jecker (Uni Washington) is a visiting professor specialising in Bioethics and a Fulbright U.S. Scholar for 2021/22.
  • Dr Sebastian Schmidt (Uni Zurich) is a Visiting Research Fellow from the Zurich Epistemology Group on Rationality (Zegra) for a 2 month visit in early 2022.

  • We regularly host visiting and externally funded Postdoctoral researchers. Please contact ACEPS director Prof Veli Mitova , if you are interested in visiting, giving a talk, sharing research or collaborating on a project. Check out the ACEPS Team and Events pages for the current activities, research groups, reading groups and direction of ACEPS research.