Decolonisation in Motion: The Second Annual Decolonising Research Debate

The EDIN Research Network presents the second annual debate exploring decolonising research for a more inclusive future in higher education.

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Oxford Brookes University’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Research Network (EDIN) invites you to our second annual debate to discuss what it means to decolonise research within Higher Education. For this debate, we concentrate on decolonisation through film, looking at the specific case of contemporary Algeria. Most urgently, this event looks at decolonisation as an action and practice.

Guest speakers are documentary filmmaker and researcher Walid Benkhaled (Bodleian Library) and historian Natalya Vince (University College, Oxford). Selected screening of the AHRC funded documentary series and public history project on the first generation of Algerian university students in the 1960s and 1970s: Generation Independence: a People’s History.

The discussion will be followed by refreshments and an opportunity to network.
 
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Contact us

EDIN (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Research Network)

edin@brookes.ac.uk

Location

Clerici Learning Studio , Clerici Building, Headington

How to attend

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