The latest online event in Decolonising DMU's Kimberlin 'Read to Debate' sessions will take place from noon to 1pm on Monday 14 December on Microsoft Teams.
Please read and consider the following in terms of your practice, our service and the student experience:
- Sibanda, Fezile (2020) Taking an Afrocentric perspective of Western Imperialism, Advance HE, 12 October 2020
- Loke, Gary (2020) Time's up for the awarding gap, Wonkhe blog, 22 October 2020
- Johnson, A. and Joseph-Salisbury, R. (2018) "Are you supposed to be here? Racial microaggressions and knowledge production in higher education"
- In Arday, J. and Mirza, S.M. (eds.) Dismantling race in higher education: racism, whiteness and decolonising the academy. Chapter 8, Pages 143-160, Springer International Publishing AG. Available from Proquest e-book central Note: search for editors Arday and Mirza, and the title should be listed.
To come and join the discussion please book your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A link to access the event will be sent to you, no later than two working days before. If you have any questions or would like further information before the session, please feel free to contact the Events Office, email@example.com who will be more than happy to help you.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Posted on Wednesday 25th November 2020