Three new podcasts explore issues around decolonising the curriculum
19 March 2021
Today we have released three new podcasts that explore issues around decolonising the curriculum.
- Episode 1: Background to the decolonising the curriculum movement, and the central role played by students
- Episode 2: How white is the curriculum, and how receptive are universities to change?
- Episode 3: The future of the decolonising the curriculum movement.
Taking part in the podcasts are five colleagues from across the Eastern Arc universities: three members of staff and two students:
- Barbara Adewumi leads the Diversity Mark Project at Kent. She is joined by the Diversity Mark intern for the project, Patrice Mighton.
- Hannah Gibson is a Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at Essex and works with students and colleagues on a number of projects looking at decolonising the curriculum.
- Claire Hynes is a Lecturer in Literature and Creative Writing at UEA. She set up the BIPOC student ambassador scheme and is joined by one of the current ambassadors, Aimee Ibarra Hempel.
To listen to these and all the previous podcasts, go to our dedicated podcasts page.
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