Decolonizing Sexualities Network A transnational collective which provides information on its website about its membership activity and events. It includes research articles from its journal and a blog and a bibliography of readings. Contributions are from the global south and north, and consider a wide range of themes including LGBT+ issues and their relationship to […]
Higher Education for Good: Teaching and Learning Futures by Laura Czerniewicz (editor) Catherine Cronin (editor).Open access book on social justice which includes contributions form 17 nations, available free online via Open Book Publishers. Subjects covered include AI and data justice, decolonising, the impact of austerity and bibliometrics on higher education.
The Awakening of Indian Women is an account of the Indian feminist movement in the early decades of the twentieth century. The book, inspired by Marxist feminism, was written in the 1930s by Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay and other activists and has recently been republished. The book launch was filmed and can now be viewed here In […]
Equality, diversity and inclusion showcase – London Higher A report, case studies and information on the work HEIs have done recently on gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, disability or religion, or types of interventions such as decolonisation projects. Accompanying the report, is a range of videos from member institutions showing what they are doing in the […]
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Available via Feminist_Library | Mixcloud3 recent episodes on key topics:On Intersectional Feminism by Feminist_Library | MixcloudDomestic Violence by Feminist_Library | MixcloudDecolonising the Curriculum by Feminist_Library | Mixcloud They include discussions with activists.
Institute of Historical Research and Runnymede Trust have launched a new crowdsourced guide listing of resources suitable for diversifying and making more representative history lessons. It includes a range of resources – websites, books and digitised primary sources suitable for university classes as well as a range of materials for all age groups of school teaching.