Seminar: Challenging Academic Debates: Situating Decolonial Science, Art and Faith in the Syllabus

Join us in this event where we will be “Challenging Academic Debates: Situating Decolonial Science, Art and Faith in the Syllabus”, in celebration of the Black History Month.

25th and 26th October 2018
School of Sociology and Social Policy – Room 12.21-25
University of Leeds – LS2 9JT

Keynotes: Dr. Susanne Scafe and Professor Kehinde Andrews
Sessions will involve workshops, cunt-clown presentation, music, dance, Poetry and PGRs presenting their researches.

Covering topics on:

  • Why is my Curriculum White? and Intersectionality in Social Sciences Studies
  • Implications of Racism in Health Care and Pharmacy Industry
  • Freedom of faith among communities of minority ethnicities
  • Migration and the Hostile Environment in the UK

Register here:
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