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In Review: Decolonising Bristol University

‘Decolonising the curriculum, and our institution as a whole, is an essential part of the University of Bristol’s civic responsibility. It is an ongoing process of learning and unlearning which requires us, as students, educators or members of the university to critically reflect on and interrogate how colonialism and its legacies are embedded within the academy’s praxis and hierarchies. This zine archives recent decolonising efforts across a number of schools and departments within the University of Bristol. It provides examples, frameworks and steps that educators and students have taken – or could take to work towards a ‘decolonised curriculum’ – across a range of curricula.’

Evelyn Miller, Student Fellow, July 2023

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