Uncomfortable Pedagogy: decolonising and diversifying the curriculum in Politics, IR, and Sociology by Maia Pal

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s the 2016-2017 coordinator for PETAL (Peer-Enhancement of Teaching and Learning) in Politics, IR and Sociology, I organised on 17 February 2017 at Oxford Brookes University an event entitled ‘Uncomfortable Pedagogy: decolonising and diversifying the curriculum in Politics, IR, and Sociology’. This event was aimed at students and teaching staff in our subjects and in follow up of some of the conclusions from the previous PETAL project on ‘The experience of ‘BME’ students at Oxford Brookes’.

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Teaching subject area

International Relations, Science and Society

Date produced

2017

Faculty or department

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences\Department of Social Sciences

Graduate attributes

Research literacy, Global citizenship, Academic literacy

Copyright

copyright Oxford Brookes University, except where indicated in the item description

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