The group will meet on the following dates: Wednesday 2 December 2020, 12:30 to 14:00. Dr Akile Ahmet is an  Academic Developer for Inclusive Education in LSE Eden Centre and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Wednesday 21 October 2020, 12:30 to 14:00. Type of Event: Seminar. The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study. Interests and expertise: internet infrastructure governmentality and subjectivation; internet infrastructure hate speech and violence; qualitative methods in media and communication research; decolonising media and communications. Decolonising LSE Collections @LSELibrary LSE LIBRARY From this… Kennedy: the New Frontier revisited White, Mark J. Please access the registration using the link at end of the email below or the QR code in the poster to register. It was interested in imagining what a decolonial agenda in Development Studies could look like and what interventions are needed in practice. Decolonisation should be a holistic experience of equality. Transcript. Date: 22 January 2020 Time: 3:15 PM. … Please contact. Tuesday 20 October 2020. Decolonising LSE Collective in collaboration with Eden Centre for Education Enhancement and Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity (LSE) is organising this event below. Comparative Sociology, a module designed by co-ordinated by Silke Roth and delivered by Silke, Nana Zhang, and Charlie Walker at Southampton University (UK) to 3rd Year undergraduate students. … Or, to give humanness a different future: Conversations, Boston Review article by Robin D G Kelley. Interests and expertise: visual culture; children's culture and media; Eastern Europe and … Making Black women scientists under White empiricism: The racialization of epistemology in physics, Animal: New Directions in the Theorization of Race and Posthumanism, Unparalleled catastrophe for our species? Department of Anthropology and Sociology Racism Matters in Decolonising Universities THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED Suki Ali, LSE, Department of Sociology. Thinking about decolonising in a time of crisis. Producing an archive for institutional memory (of Decolonising LSE activities and also activism in LSE more broadly) Building a register of student experiences (BME) Curriculum campaign; Undoing Borders campaign Hiring practices (tbd) Precarious workers (tbd) The subgroups above will meet separately to discuss each area ahead of the next meeting. Also please circulate? Dr Meghanne Barker LSE Fellow. Asiya Islam (Moderator), PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge. We read Sylvia Wynter and Katherine McKittrick. The first seminar was led by Dr Shakuntala Banaji, Associate Professor in the Department of Media and Communications. The Eden Centre is hosting a series of seminars and workshops entitled ‘Thinking about Decolonising’, partly inspired by the Inclusive Education Action Plan. The fourth area of activity is to create decolonising the curriculum frameworks. Her additional research interests include developing equity and diversity in higher education, widening participation, student success, culturally responsive pedagogy and anti-racist pedagogy. These efforts can’t be driven by students alone. Akile was previously a Senior Lecturer in the sociology of race and racism at Middlesex University where she developed, taught and led modules on race and racism . Community See All. Her current research interests are centered on the impact of financialization on everyday life. The first step for decolonising sociology is recognising that much sociological knowledge asserts the superiority of ‘the West’ over ‘the Rest’, consequently reproducing exploitative relations. This DSA Development Study Group launch event discussed the retrospects and prospects of decolonising development studies. Akosua Adomako … We read Making Black women scientists under White empiricism: The racialization of epistemology in physics by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein and Animal: New Directions in the Theorization of Race and Posthumanism by Zakiyyah Iman Jackson. Producing an archive for institutional memory (of Decolonising LSE activities and also activism in LSE more broadly) Building a register of student experiences (BME) Curriculum campaign; Undoing Borders campaign Hiring practices (tbd) Precarious workers (tbd) The subgroups above will meet separately to discuss each area ahead of the next meeting. Sociology Please also visit the Change Makers Research Gallery to find out what the 2019/20 cohort of Change Makers researched and the recommendations they've made to LSE. Campaigns across universities to decolonise the curriculum advocate far-reaching changes in teaching and research. Finishes: 22 January 2020 Time: 5:00 PM. Whilst lecturers are asked to decolonise the curriculum, there is little agreement as to whether they are equipped for such a task (Pillay and Swanepoel 2019). Dr Sara Salem (LSE, UK) Sara Salem is an Assistant Professor at London School of Economics and Political Science. Six themes emerged from the research which includes, barriers and resistance to decolonising the curriculum, senior management buy-in, institutional policy, professional development, and a lack of relevant expertise. LSE Fellow. LSE is a private company limited by guarantee, registration number 70527. She is on the management committee of the Association for Heterodox Economics, on the steering committee of D-Econ.org and a member of Reteaching Economics. Log In. The fourth area of activity is to create decolonising the curriculum frameworks. Department of Anthropology and Sociology Racism Matters in Decolonising Universities THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED Suki Ali, LSE, Department of Sociology. LSE Fellow. LSE is a private company limited by guarantee, registration number 70527. Her background is in teacher education with over 18 years’ experience she has also held a number of academic and professional services roles in further and higher education. This event is organised by Eden Centre for Education Enhancement, Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity (LSE) and Decolonising LSE Collective . Decolonising LSE Collective A Student – Staff Collective for decolonisation work at the London School of Economics . It was interested in imagining what a decolonial agenda in Development Studies could look like and what interventions are needed in practice. Is there a long-term pattern in Indian capitalism? This is the second webinar in the BSA Families and Relationships Study Group series. Forgot account? Find out more about the event Reading Group: Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology . For this … The Eden Centre is hosting a series of seminars and workshops entitled ‘Thinking about Decolonising’, partly inspired by the Inclusive Education Action Plan. Hope to see you there. In this talk I will … 24 March 2021 (12:30-2:00PM GMT) Online. We will be reading Making Black women scientists under White … We read Stefano Harney and Fred Moten. Does history help us understand how capitalism in India works today? Please send us an email … If you have any questions, please email lse.changemakers@lse.ac.uk . Date: 22 January 2020 Time: 3:15 PM. This article focuses on Egypt's moment of decolonisation in order to explore some of the productive tensions between Marxism, Frantz Fanon's work, and postcolonial contexts. Decolonising the university would ensure that we, as an academic community, build the type of university that we want and the world needs. About this Event. He is concurrently the Director of the University of Liverpool in Singapore. The ‘first’ sociologists in the 19th century – including the British Herbert Spencer – were connected by their desire to show how a European race were morally and … This webinar, led by Danielle Chavrimootoo, focused on a recent study undertaken to explore the barriers and academic resistance towards attempts to decolonise the undergraduate history curriculum at one institution. Danielle is currently a doctoral candidate at Lancaster University her thesis examines “Working with Academic Developers in Developing a UK Decolonial Praxis Typology”. We consider different ways we have used institutional timings and spaces to create a sense of belonging in the classroom. Asiya Islam is a new member of the Decolonising Sociology working group, and has a firm interest in the … For this blogpost I want … Jul 10, 2019 - A new ourEconomy series focusing on the global economy and global justice. Wednesday 2 December 2020, 12:30 to 14:00. Assistant Professor at LSE Department of Sociology. Dr Desai will be the Chair of the Decolonising Sociology working group in 2018/19, and was previously a co-convenor of the CRASSH group ‘Decolonising the Curriculum’ (22:30). Leon’s research has focused on Islamophobia, conversion to Islam, and race in Muslim communities. I am … The Sociological papers, 1904-06: LSE Library (Main Collection Journals HM1.A3 ) contain records of the first Sociological Society meetings held at LSE. Ariane Agunsoye. The purpose of the research was to critically engage and explore a number of discourses which construct how academics challenge and resist plans to decolonise the curriculum from an academic developer's perspective. These efforts can’t be driven by students alone. Department of Sociology, LSE Oct 2019 - Apr 2020 7 months. This event is organised by LSE Eden Centre, LSE Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity and Decolonising LSE Collective. She completed her PhD at SOAS in the Department of Economics and worked at the Department of International Development at the LSE before joining the Centre of African Studies at the University of Edinburgh. London School of Economics and Political Science. The crisis has exacerbated racial and socio-economic inequalities in higher education and beyond. Interests and expertise: internet infrastructure governmentality and subjectivation; internet infrastructure hate speech and violence; qualitative methods in media and communication research; decolonising media and communications. Akile was previously a Senior Lecturer in the sociology of race and racism at Middlesex University where she developed, taught and led modules on race and racism . Sara is also a member of LSE’s Decolonising Collective, and she is dedicated to reframing LSE education through a decolonising lens to better understand the assumptions made about university study, identity and equity. 510 people like this. The roundtable is part of the Decolonising the LSE Week, an event that brought together multiple conversations across the LSE and beyond on the challenges of decolonising global higher education. Responding to the international decolonise movement in universities and beyond, this panel of LSE researchers interrogates some unexamined framings that shape, and arguably limit, our understanding of the ‘Middle East’. This is a direct response to the interviews and focus groups conducted with BME students from across the School. ‘Who is silenced by our curriculum and how can we change this? All seminars will take place on Zoom. Decolonising Sociology: The Black Radical Tradition, past and present. It was the first of the Centre of African Studies (CAS) Seminar series organised in partnership with the CAS Decolonising … London School of Economics and Political Science. It is on Feb 20 th 1-2. Dr Ariane Hillig is a Lecturer in Economics in the Institute of Management Studies at Goldsmiths. This event is organised by LSE Eden Centre, LSE Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity and Decolonising LSE Collective. Decolonising LSE Collective in collaboration with Eden Centre for Education Enhancement and Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity (LSE) is organising this event below. Sociology Please also visit the Change Makers Research Gallery to find out what the 2019/20 cohort of Change Makers researched and the recommendations they've made to LSE. Please contact sociology.media@lse.ac.uk for the Zoom link. Also please circulate? Hazel previously worked at the Ministry of Finance in Tanzania from 2000 to 2004 and she was a lead author of the UNDP Human Development Report for Tanzania in … When requesting the Zoom link please contact us from your LSE email address. The Department of Sociology celebrated an outstanding performance in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2014. Professor Raewyn Connell. It was the first of the Centre of African Studies (CAS) Seminar series organised in partnership with the CAS Decolonising … Her main research interests include political sociology, postcolonial studies, Marxist theory, feminist theory, and global histories of empire and imperialism. Decolonisation itself refers to the undoing of colonial rule over subordinate countries but has taken on a wider meaning as the ‘freeing of minds from colonial ideology’ in particular by addressing the ingrained idea that to be colonised was to be inferior. Campaigns across universities to decolonise the curriculum advocate far-reaching changes in teaching and research. While working at LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre in 2018-19, Sara wrote LSE’s Inclusive Education Action Plan. Stream Decolonising Gender [Audio] by LSE Podcasts from desktop or your mobile device To be a decolonial university we must critically assess the impact of our curriculum – explicit, hidden, null – and our research on our students. Posted on September 19, 2019 September 19, 2019 by jaysun2018 Posted in Uncategorized Tagged planning, postcolonial, trafalgar square, urban design. About the speaker: Danielle Chavrimootoo is a Senior Lecturer in Teaching and Learning at Kingston University within the Learning and Teaching Enhancement Centre. Please check back on this page for future events. Decolonising LSE Collections @LSELibrary LSE LIBRARY From this… Kennedy: the New Frontier revisited White, Mark J. Hope to see you there. In particular, she is interested in interdisciplinary approaches in studying financialization, combining social theory, finance, cultural and political economy. If you have any questions, please email lse.changemakers@lse.ac.uk . Monday 19 October 2020 Speaker: Professor Craig Calhoun (Arizona State University and LSE… Posted on September 19, 2019 September 19, 2019 by jaysun2018 Posted in Uncategorized Tagged planning, postcolonial, trafalgar square, urban design. 535 people follow this. LSE Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity. Akile was previously a Senior Lecturer in the sociology of race and racism at Middlesex University where she developed, taught and led modules on race and racism. This article focuses on Egypt's moment of decolonisation in order to explore some of the productive tensions between Marxism, Frantz Fanon's work, and postcolonial contexts. Decolonising Gender Monday 18 May 2015 6:30pm to 8:00pm Hosted by Gender Institute and Feminist Theory. Wednesday 23 October, 12:30pm to 2:00pm Robert McKenzie Room (S219) St Clement's Building . Redesigning Trafalgar Square : Reflections on postcoloniality, learner identity and pedagogy. This initiative aims to reduce and … Speaker: Dr Meera Sabaratnam, SOAS . Sociology. She completed her PhD at SOAS in the Department of Economics and worked at the Department of International Development at the LSE before joining the Centre of African Studies at the University of Edinburgh. The session will consider agency, belonging, and crisis as well as your own experiences currently in this moment. Decolonising and Diversifying Economics and Economic History, Speakers: Dr Ariane Hillig (Goldsmiths) and Prof Tirthankar Roy (LSE Economic History). The Cold War and European Integration, 1947-1992 Book Background 9953979810302021 A time of crisis: Japan, the great depression, and rural revitalization Smith, Kerry Douglas Backup Copy of HY235 - Modernity and the state in East Asia: China, Japan and … The webinar encouraged discussion with participants to reflect and to explore how to support academics undertaking decolonising curriculum activities. Currently, Ali’s predominant research interests lie in bridging the epistemological, methodological, and empirical divergences between critical race theory and decolonial thought. Decolonising Sociology Seminar Series Our Decolonising Sociology Seminars are open to all. Lunch will be provided. Dr Meghanne Barker LSE Fellow. Monday 9 December 2019 Akile was previously a Senior Lecturer in the sociology of race and racism at Middlesex University where she developed, taught and led modules on race and racism. Her role at Kingston involves advising staff how to develop inclusive teaching and learning practices. Prof. Tirthankar Roy is a Professor in Economic History at LSE. Please note: the seminars are only open to the LSE community. Decolonising the University: thinking through a collective project . Through a reading of Egypt's attempts at independent industrialisation and decolonising 'the international', the article uses Frantz Fanon's invitation to 'stretch Marxism' as a way of understanding the … The seminars will provide a principled space to discuss the importance of decolonising at the LSE, as well as what decolonising 'means' in an academic context. A template for ‘decolonial curriculum mapping’ in the Social Sciences’. 803 likes. Transcript. Wednesday 23 October, 12:30pm to 2:00pm Robert McKenzie Room (S219) St Clement's Building . The creation of contemporary knowledge about gender is a revolution in thought that has been closely connected with political struggles for gender justice. He is the director for the MPhil in marginality and exclusion, the course organiser for SOC12 Empire, colonialism, imperialism, and the chair of 'Decolonising sociology'. Chair. Thinking about Decolonising. This is a direct response to the interviews and focus groups conducted with BME students from across the School. Responding to the international decolonise movement in universities and beyond, this panel of LSE researchers interrogates some unexamined framings that shape, and arguably limit, our understanding of the ‘Middle East’. Type of Event: Seminar. Decolonising LSE Collective A Student – Staff Collective for decolonisation work at the London School of Economics . Race and the Making of the Modern World, a module designed by Gurminder K Bhambra and delivered at Warwick University (UK) to 3rd Year undergraduate students (2015-17). Old Theatre, Old Building, Speaker. Decolonising Anthropology - Cambridge. We read the Introduction and Chapter 9 from Black Marxism, alongside either the Foreword or the Boston Review article by Robin D G Kelley, or both. A student-run collective This term our Decolonising Seminar Series will convene a reading group called "The Black Radical Tradition, past and present". When did the big breaks occur in that pattern? The Covid-19 outbreak is a historic moment and rupture from which we should not aim to get back to ‘business as usual.’ Learning and surviving are always processes, rather than finished results. Not Now. Wednesday 21 October 2020. Belonging in the Classroom. Unparalleled catastrophe for our species? In this LSE Festival: Shape the World event, Sara Camacho Felix (assistant professorial lecturer in the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme), Sara Salem and Marral Shamshiri-Fard consider what shapes and limits our understanding of the Middle East. The roundtable is part of the Decolonising the LSE Week, an ... Dr Leon Moosavi is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology at the University of Liverpool, UK. I am here on behalf of DEcon – the insights … or. In this LSE Festival: Shape the World event, Sara Camacho Felix (assistant professorial lecturer in the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme), Sara Salem and Marral Shamshiri-Fard consider what shapes and limits our understanding of the Middle East. They reported feeling alienated by curriculum that did not reflect their own experiences or had readings … His work on economic history tries to answer three questions. He teaches South Asia and Global History at the LSE, and the author of India in the World Economy from Antiquity to the Present, besides other books and articles. A BSA Families and Relationships Study Group Event Series . Dr Ania Plomien. 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The seminars will provide a principled space to discuss the importance of decolonising at the LSE, as well as what decolonising 'means' in an academic context. The speakers will examine some of the progress made in decolonising Africa’s knowledge systems, discussing present ideas on how these systems can be rethought, re-framed and reconstructed, and the complicated role played by global North-South knowledge exchange programmes in attempts to further the continent’s epistemological agency. In addition, we recommended watching this presentation by Zakiyyah Iman Jackson. Access it here. Ariane Agunsoye. Venue: Paul Webley Wing (Senate House) Room: SOAS Paul Webley Wing (Senate House), Room S113. Attended meetings with the academic staff; conducted feedback sessions with students; ensured a steady flow of communication between the cohort and the faculty members Member of the Decolonising LSE … Decolonising Families and Relationships Studies. 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