This book review engages critically with selected essays contained in the 2019 volume titled Inclusive Mathematics Education: State-of-the-Art Research from Brazil and Germany. The review showcases ways in which these essays, particularly those written by global south mathematics education scholars, illustrate anti-oppressive modes of enacting inclusive equity for students with dis/abilities. This dynamic enactment is accomplished by disrupting ableist narratives and practices as well as by interrogating normalcy and coloniality paradigms toward crafting spaces of resistance and hope in intersectional spheres of solidarity.
Padilla, Alexis C.. "Book Review: The Anti-Oppressive Role of Inclusive Mathematics in Global South and Global North Educational Contexts." Intersections: Critical Issues in Education 3, 1 (2019). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/intersections/vol3/iss1/9