I just wanted to share that after 17 years of stay at my friend’s hosting platform, for which I can never thank her enough, Postcolonial Space has now moved to a self-hosted WordPress platform. While I am working on rebuilding the site, we lost some materials, and adding more features to the site, I request you to continue sending us your suggestions and, if possible, post our link to your own website and blog.

One of the main reasons for moving to WordPress was to have a more dynamic site so that more people can interact with it. Let us see how this experiment goes. I will also use this site to write frequent pedagogy-related blogs and if you need any idea or postcolonial concept or discussed, please post it in the comments below and I will try to write about it in a future blog.

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