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  • Imperialism and Decolonisation

    Module code: HS2314 At the beginning of the 20th century the British Empire covered a fifth of the world’s land surface and contained almost a quarter of the world’s population. Less than sixty years later it was rapidly disintegrating.

  • Imperialism and Decolonisation

    Module code: HS2314 At the beginning of the 20th century the British Empire covered a fifth of the world’s land surface and contained almost a quarter of the world’s population. Less than sixty years later it was rapidly disintegrating.

  • Imperialism and Decolonisation

    Module code: HS2314 At the beginning of the 20th century the British Empire covered a fifth of the world’s land surface and contained almost a quarter of the world’s population. Less than sixty years later it was rapidly disintegrating.

  • Establishing a Decolonising Network

    Establishing a Decolonising Network Friday 25 September 2020 Decolonising the Discipline is a collaborative initiative undertaken jointly by colleagues at the English Association, the Institute of English Studies, the University of East Anglia, the Postcolonial Studies...

  • Decolonising Criminology

    Module code: CR2033 Over the course of this module, you will discuss: What does decolonising criminology mean, why is it important, and how can we decolonise criminology? You will start to understand what “racial capitalism” is and how it impacts access to justice? By...

  • Decolonising Criminology

    Module code: CR2033 Over the course of this module, you will discuss: What does decolonising criminology mean, why is it important, and how can we decolonise criminology? You will start to understand what “racial capitalism” is and how it impacts access to justice? By...

  • Decolonising Classical Studies

    Module code: AH3085 This module is an experimental collaboration with Tufts University (Boston, USA) that seeks to interrogate current understandings and perceptions of Greek, Roman and other ancient societies and their impact on contemporary life in the UK and the US.

  • Decolonising Heritage and Curriculum Change

    6 February 2019 - Part of the Interdisciplinary Connections: Explorations in Research Methods seminar series with Dr Corinne Fowler who will be discussing changing public perceptions of British heritage.

  • Decolonising the Vikings: Midlands Viking Symposium 2019

    This year’s symposium will take place at the University on Saturday 27 April.

  • Decolonising the Vikings: The Midlands Viking Symposium 2019

    The Midlands Viking Symposium 2019 took place on Saturday the 27th of April at the University of Leicester, and was a great success.