Decolonising Academia: Realisation and Beyond

Decolonising Academia: Realisation and Beyond

Online seminar series at the University of East Anglia

We will be back with two more seminar series in 2021. Recordings of the previous seminars are available from the links below (‘Upcoming seminars’). Thank you to everyone who’s joined us so far!

Upcoming seminars

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”

First Seminar ‘Politics of Being Apolitical’ – 22nd October (Thu) 12:00-13:00 BST: Ms. Yuen Chan and Prof. Anshuman Mondal in conversation with PhD Researcher Francesca Chiu

In this seminar series ‘Decolonising Academia: Realisation and Beyond’, we focus on what ‘decolonisation’—a term that has gained much traction in recent times and has generated various critiques—entails in academia, and the role of academics in challenging colonial structures that form the foundations of the modern world. Our hope as organisers is that this willContinue reading “First Seminar ‘Politics of Being Apolitical’ – 22nd October (Thu) 12:00-13:00 BST: Ms. Yuen Chan and Prof. Anshuman Mondal in conversation with PhD Researcher Francesca Chiu”

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