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Read to debate 2: Decolonising DMU: Kimberlin Sessions

Read to debate 2: Decolonising DMU: Kimberlin Sessions

An opportunity to engage with selected research or opinion pieces around Decolonising higher education, to meet and discuss the material and its impact and implications for our students' learning and experience, institution, practice and resources. 

Hall, Richard (2020) Decolonising DMU position paper [Online]. Available from https://decolonisingdmu.our.dmu.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2020/01/Decolonising_DMU_position.20.01.20.pdf [Accessed 6/2/20]

Felix, Minto and Friedberg, Judy (2019) To decolonise the curriculum, we have to decolonise ourselves [Online] Available from: https://wonkhe.com/blogs/to-decolonise-the-curriculum-we-have-to-decolonise-ourselves/  [Accessed 14/1/20]

Meera (2017) Decolonising SOAS , SOAS blog, [Online] Available at https://www.soas.ac.uk/blogs/study/decolonising-curriculum-whats-the-fuss/   [Accessed 14/1/20]

Things you may wish to think about:

What are the key concepts/issues of the article and how do they relate to my teaching practice?

How do they impact on my students’ learning and attainment? Can I change this impact?

Does this, could this, fit into my teaching practice? Are there any hurdles to its application?

Date:
Thursday, 2nd April 2020
Time:
12:00 - 13:00
Location:
Lecture Theatre (00.11), Lower Ground Floor, Kimberlin Library
Audience:
  Staff Session     Student Session  

Event Organizer

Kaye Towlson