Welcome, new students! As a new academic year is starting, you might be wondering where to find the readings for your courses. Here are a few starting tips on finding documents in the Library and online.Continue reading “Finding your course readings”
Right Livelihood is a courage-powered community for social change. Established in 1980, they are committed to peace, justice and sustainability for all. Each year, they present the Right Livelihood Award. By recognising the actions of brave visionaries and building impactful connections around the world, the Award boosts urgent and long-term social change. 182 Laureates from 72 countries have received the distinction to date. However, the work of the Right Livelihood Foundation goes beyond only presenting the Award: they provide these change-makers with long-term support.Continue reading “The Right Livelihood Collection”
As part of a series of events on decolonising the curriculum, the Gender Centre partnered with the Black Conversations student initiative to host Heidi Safia Mirza’s talk on Decolonizing Pedagogies: “Black feminist reflections on gender, race, faith and seeking solidarity in the academy“.
Further to her inspiring talk, Heidi Safia Mirza started a reading list on black feminism in which you will find links and call numbers to access the resources in our collections.
People willing to watch the recording of Heidi Safia Mirza’s talk can contact the Gender Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org
Illustration (cropped): CC BY-SA 2.0 Black Lives Matter Berlin Demonstration, 24.06.2017, Montecruz Foto