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From ABC to PhD: Decolonising the Curriculum in Sheffield

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Adelphi room, The Crucible

55 Norfolk Street

Sheffield

S1 1DA

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Organised by the University of Sheffield’s BAME Staff Network and the Sheffield Race Network

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The event is aimed at staff and students at both TUOS and SHU as well as teachers, parents and students of schools in our local area and the general public.

Decolonising the curriculum: A panel discussion

This panel-based event seeks to explore issues relating to decolonising the curriculum, not only within institutions of higher education, but also within primary and secondary schools with a specific focus on highlighting local academic, professional and student perspectives from the city of Sheffield.

Confirmed speakers will include:

• Dr. Muna Abdi, Educational Consultant;

• Dr. Anjana Raghavan, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Sheffield Hallam University;

• Mr. Mark Hutchinson, History Teacher, High Storrs Secondary School;

• Dr. Lucy Mayblin, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, The University of Sheffield;

• Savannah Hanson, Second Year Undergraduate Student, Department of Politics, the University of Sheffield.

Event Chair: Dr. Amaka Offiah, Reader in Paediatric Musculoskeletal Imaging, Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust and Deputy Chair of the University of Sheffield’s BAME Staff Network;

This event is jointly organised by the University of Sheffield's BAME Staff Network and Sheffield Hallam University’s Race Network.

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Adelphi room, The Crucible

55 Norfolk Street

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United Kingdom

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