DeCol - Decolonising the Curriculum Student-Staff Collective Brighton University

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

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Annabelle Detain

Protesting in Brighton

On Saturday 15th August, I attended Brighton and Hove’s third Black Lives Matter protest. Equipped with masks, placards and affirmations of strength and solidarity, we took to the streets of Brighton to remind our city that the Black Lives Matter… Continue Reading →

Whose responsibility is it to decolonise?

I was fortunate to interview Kate Aughterson, the module leader for Women’s Writing and Feminist Theory on the third year English Literature BA, about the diversity of authors and texts included on the module and her activity as module leader… Continue Reading →

Why do I want to decolonise our curriculum?

I have just handed in my dissertation to complete my BA in English Literature. Choosing the topic wasn’t easy and I knew it would have to come to me in a moment of obvious inspiration, rather than hours spent toiling… Continue Reading →

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