Decolonising Academia: Realisation and Beyond

Decolonising Academia: Realisation and Beyond

Online seminar series at the University of East Anglia

Watch the recording of the third session on the theme of ‘borders’ here. The fourth session will be the last one of this series – watch this place for updates!

Upcoming seminars

Third Seminar ‘Borders’ – 18th March (Thu) 10-11am GMT: Dr. Kathryn Medien and Dr. Kavita Ramakrishnan in conversation with PhD Researcher Moé Suzuki

Dr. Kathryn Medien (The Open University) and Dr. Kavita Ramakrishnan (UEA) in conversation with PhD Researcher Moé Suzuki (UEA) In the third session of the seminar series, we discuss the theme of borders. Borders have a somewhat more obvious connection to colonialism in terms of division of nation-states by colonial powers, as well as theContinue reading “Third Seminar ‘Borders’ – 18th March (Thu) 10-11am GMT: Dr. Kathryn Medien and Dr. Kavita Ramakrishnan in conversation with PhD Researcher Moé Suzuki”

Second Seminar ‘Decolonisation: Meaning and significance of decolonising academia’ – 26th November (Thu) 12-1pm GMT: Prof. Dibyesh Anand and Dr. Claire Hynes in conversation with PhD Researcher Touseef Mir

Prof. Dibyesh Anand and Dr. Claire Hynes in conversation with PhD Researcher Touseef Mir Decolonisation: Meaning and significance of decolonising academia This second seminar of the series will focus on the meaning and significance of ‘decolonisation’, and why academia in general and academics in particular should care about it. Starting with the basic premise ofContinue reading “Second Seminar ‘Decolonisation: Meaning and significance of decolonising academia’ – 26th November (Thu) 12-1pm GMT: Prof. Dibyesh Anand and Dr. Claire Hynes in conversation with PhD Researcher Touseef Mir”

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