‘Decolonising Education’ — Why is My Curriculum White?


‘Decolonising Education’
Panel Discussion: Why is My Curriculum White?
Wednesday 28 February 2018
Keele University Student Union – Ground floor, opposite Munch


3.00 – 3.10 Opening Remarks – Bulent Gokay (Keele UCU)
3.10 – 3.25 Margaret Afekafe (Keele BME Students’ Officer)
3.25 – 3.45 Shalini Sharma and Rachel Bright (History),
‘Decolonising the History Curriculum’
3.45 – 3.55 Linda Åhäll (SPIRE), ‘How to improve diversity in our
curriculum: A lesson from Sweden’
3.55 – 4.10 Break
4.10 – 4.20 Rajmil Fischman (Music), ‘Cultural colonialism in Music’
4.20 – 4.40 Harjinder Kaur and Karen Adams (Nursing and Midwifery),
‘Decolonising Nursing and Midwifery Curriculum?’
4.45 – 5.30 Questions/Discussion

UCU Day Against Racism 2018 – https://www.ucu.org.uk/equality

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