Archived Webinars & Events
About the Events This session in our 2021/2022 seminar series features two speakers. The first paper, presented by Shreya Gutpa, is titled: ” Decolonising Collections: Investigating knowledge formation networks in colonial India with specific reference to numisatics” ‘The histories of the South Asian collections located in UK museums are inextricably tied to colonialism. The exact…Read more
About the Events An opportunity for BACLS members to share ideas about and experiences of decolonising the curriculum. The seminar will take the form of 5-minute reflections from teacher-researchers followed by an open discussion. Date & Time Postponed View updates on Eventbrite. Location Online Event RegisterRead more
About the Events African women filmmakers are continuously making powerful statements through their creative efforts in film and television. These statements are remarkably changing film narratives and drawing global attention to the film industries in Nigeria and Africa at large. However, these women and their films are excluded from global film and screen studies programmes.…Read more
About the Events As well as Black History Month being an opportunity to look to the future and celebrate the achievements of Black People here & now, it’s also an important time to reflect on the past & what has come before that has led us to where we are in society. With the ongoing…Read more
About the Events As part of our ongoing LGBTQ+ Thought Leaders Series and Black History Month 2021 at LSBU, we are delighted to welcome special guest Dr Ronx for an insightful & thought-provoking evening to hear about their passion for everything they do! Dr Ronx is an emergency medicine doctor, a TV presenter (you may…Read more
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