I will be delivering this talk as part of Bristol Students’ Union Black History Month programming.
In this talk, I will be discussing what I consider to be the true significance of Black History in the context of a university sector where conversations about decolonising the university and curricula have gained increasing volume.
The university (as sector) will be placed within the global background of an increasingly visible African Diaspora, with growing connections to an everchanging continent (Africa), and extremely visible and diverse expressions of connected desires for social change.
This is the first Forever Africa (FACE 2019) event of the academic year.
Details are as follows:
7:00pm – 8:40 pm
Thursday 4th October 2018
Anson Rooms Bar, University of Bristol Students’ Union, Richmond Building, 105 Queens Road, Bristol. BS8 1LN
See you there?