Decolonising Higher Education. What’s in it for us? What do we have to lose?
Although decolonising has a very long history, it has certainly risen in public consciousness over the past few years. Depending on what you read, listen to, or watch – and who you are – it either represents a call for long overdue reckonings or a threat to modern society as we know it. This session opens up a discussion around what decolonising means, how it relates to universities, and what the implications are for staff and students.
Free to attend. Refreshements available.
Dr Richard Budd, Lecturer in Higher Education, Centre for Higher Education Research & Evaluation (CHERE)
Jordan Blanchard-Lafayette, PhD student Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Digital Scholarship Lab, Library Exhibition and Events, Open Research Lab
Talk / Public Lecture
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