DeCol - Decolonising the Curriculum Student-Staff Collective Brighton University

Students and staff in the School of Humanities and Social Science and beyond working in partnership to transform colonial sites of knowledge and power

Our November Afrori Student Book Club

Our next Afrori Student Book Club is happening next Thursday November 17th, 6-8pm @afroribooks. We’ll be reading What White People Can Do Next: From Allyship to Coalition by @emmadabiri, and if you buy your copy from Afrori you can get… Continue Reading →

Decol Seminar Series 2022-23: Wanda Canton, ‘Radical Listening as Abolitionist Practice’

It’s been a busy year for us (more on this in a future blog), but we are back with our 2022-23 DeCol Seminar Series. We were so happy to welcome in person our first speaker Wanda Canton who gave a… Continue Reading →

The Amplify Project Common Threads Podcast

It was such a priviledge to have Patricia Cumper and Pauline Walker of the Amplify Project at the conference. They spoke to so many writers and academics and here’s a link to a special conference edition of their wonderful podcast:… Continue Reading →

Common Threads Post-Conference Blog Post by Ellis Walker

The Black and Asian British Women’s Writing conference hosted by the University of Brighton and in partnership with New Writing South promised to bring together all of my interests in one weekend. Speculative fiction, unbelonging and identity politics, publishing and… Continue Reading →

Conference Programme – Common Threads: Black and Asian British Women’s Writing International Conference- 21st -23rd July 2022

Conference Programme for Common Threads: Black and Asian British Women’s Writing International Conference- 21st -23rd July 2022 is available here COMMON THREADS FINAL PROGRAMME

Common Threads: Black and Asian British Women’s Writing International Conference- 21st -23rd July 2022

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN (PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW): Conference fee: £125/£62 for 3 days (waged/unwaged, students, postgraduate researchers) or £50/£25 per day 22-23 July (waged/unwaged, students, postgraduate researchers) and £25/£12 per day 21 July. https://shop.brighton.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/other-conferences-events/events/common-threads-black-and-asian-british-womens-writing The JC Niala Conference… Continue Reading →

This is the Canon: Virtual book launch

The DeCol Collective is delighted to host a virtualbook launch of This is the Canon: Decolonise Your Bookshelf in 50 Books (Quercus Books) on 10th November 1:00-2:30pm

DeCol Collective Teaching and Research Seminar Series 2021/22- Sem 1 Programme

DeCol Collective Teaching and Research Seminar Series 2021/22 Semester 1 Programme Ms Teams, JOINING CODE: msg2t5k   27th October 2021 Time: 13:00-14:00 Revealing the multicultural history of the University of Brighton For Black History Month, join Veneta Roberts, Tony Kalume, Marina… Continue Reading →

DeCol seminar series (2021), Wednesday 27th October- Revealing the multicultural history of the University of Brighton

You are invited to our DeCol seminar series (2021) talk on: ‘Revealing the multicultural history of the University of Brighton’ Date: 27th October 2021 Time: 13:00-14:00 Place: Teams msg2t5k (joining code)   For Black History Month, join Veneta Roberts, Tony… Continue Reading →

POSTPONED: Book Launch- “The Red and the Black: The Russian Revolution and the Black Atlantic”- 28th October

The following event is postponed. philosophy politics aesthetics Black History Month “The Red and the Black: The Russian Revolution and the Black Atlantic” Book launch with contributor Nigel Westmaas, Associate Professor of Africana Studies at Hamilton College (New York) and co-editor… Continue Reading →

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