The latest issue of Decolonising the Curriculum is now available with a focus on teaching and learning about race equality.
The publication features multidisciplinary articles, with examples of evidenced-based practices, from academics and thoughts from students across five Higher Education institutions including Dr Lambros Fatsis from the School of Applied Social Sciences.
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In the wake of the BLM protests, podcast series Slavery and the City looks at what it means for Britain to reckon with the history of the transatlantic slave trade – and Humanities lecturer Anita has contributed to the second episode on London’s Guildhall and the slave ship, Zong massacre.
Dr Charlotte Nicklas, course leader for Fashion and Dress History discusses how the Victorians invented much of the commercialised Christmas. Continue reading “Podcast: Victorian invention of Christmas”
Robin Dunford, Andy Knott and Jon Watson discuss the national and international dimensions of the recent US presidential election. Continue reading “Podcast: humanities lecturers discuss the US election”
Historian Dr Christian Hogsbjerg, lecturer in critical history and politics, discusses decolonising the curriculum, Caribbean history, how race and empire impacted on British identity, politics, society and culture – and much more. Continue reading “Podcast: Dr Christian Hogsbjerg on how race and empire impacted on British identity”
A new issue of Decolonising the Curriculum, teaching and learning about race equality, is out now. Content is written by University of Brighton staff, students and alumni. Continue reading “Decolonising the Curriculum Issue 3”
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Hear Clare talk about the undergraduate and postgraduate philosophy and politics courses and discusses some of the issues in politics today. Continue reading “Podcast: PPE course leader Clare Woodford”
University of Brighton lecturer Dr Lambros Fatsis claims the official response to the coronavirus has been primarily focused on law enforcement rather than an ‘adequate’ public health approach. Continue reading “Policing the public over the pandemic”
In the latest university podcast, the school’s Jackie Lelkes, discusses her work into care for older people. Continue reading “Podcast: Catching up with Jackie Lelkes”
This week’s podcast is with Peter Squires, professor of criminology. Continue reading “Catching up with Professor Peter Squires (podcast)”
Listen to Richard Jacobs, Honorary Fellow in literature talk about creating the University’s literature course, his long career in teaching and why the study of fiction is more important than ever. Continue reading “Popular lecturer Richard Jacobs in new podcast”