Conference: “Decolonial Approaches in Teaching and Research: Sharing good practice”
Date: Friday 11 November 2022, 9am to 2pm GMT
Location: LJMU Student Life Building (SLB)
Guest Speaker: Leon Moosavi (University of Liverpool)
Attendees: A free hybrid event, open to all LJMU Staff & Students
A mini-conference highlighting developments in decolonial approaches to teaching and research across the university featuring three sessions of talks and discussion on decolonising pedagogy, assessment and research methods, will take place in November.
Presentations and discussions will take place in-person, with an option for attendees to join online via Teams.
Registration and conference programme
Register for the conference and find details of the full conference programme on the events page.
The event is organised by the Decolonising the Curriculum Working Group and the Doctoral Academy, with support from the Teaching & Learning Academy.
Where possible, the organisers want to make a distinction between decolonial approaches and diversifying resources. Whilst the promotion of diverse representation plays a key role in equitable teaching and research, this event will focus on how staff and students are seeking to move beyond the representation of diverse scholars to engage in decolonial praxis. The aim is to create a welcoming and collaborative space with opportunities within sessions, and at the end, for respectful and reflective discussion.
Any questions can be sent via email to the event organisers.