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In the last decade, many scholars have challenged the Eurocentric and colonial nature of curricula and research methodologies taught in universities around the world. More specifically, they have challenged the fact that social theories are often taught in English and predominantly reflect structures of thought from ‘Western’ intellectual history. This blog post reflects on a project conducted at the Asian University for Women in Chittagong (AUW), Bangladesh that challenges this dominant model by way of proposing a multilingual approach to the building of social theory.