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Alice Rose
Radical pedagogue; rogue librarian; undisciplined sociologist. Escaped London for Brighton to join Learning & Teaching team . Own views. 🏳️‍🌈📚
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Yasmin Gunaratnam Oct 18
A fabulous piece - an especially good resource for teaching: clear & with key theoretical concepts & discussions explained
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Susie Dent Oct 17
Word of the day is 'bayard' (1600s): someone with an unshakeable self-confidence that is rooted in ignorance.
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Alice Rose Oct 17
Replying to @SianGouldstone
I just left 3 after being with them for about a decade. No coverage at all in new Brighton flat nor lots of other locations in the city.
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Alice Rose Oct 17
Will add this book to our growing reading list and order a copy for the library - hope to see it on module reading lists too!
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Black History Sussex Oct 14
comes to courtesy of & for our events! You really should keep the date for this mind-blowing event. Catch other events for at
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Black History 365 Oct 13
Black Women should be Seen and Heard - Black History Month 2019
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Alice Rose Oct 17
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University of Sussex Oct 15
Hear a diverse group of speakers offering different perspectives on the narratives that accrue around digital culture & technological development, at 's "The Messy Edge". 🗓 Friday 18 October 🕙 10:00am-5:30pm 📍 Tickets:
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Black History Sussex Oct 17
Join us at for a celebration of Follow this thread as our highlights awesome Black authors and scholars over the course of the month...
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Black History Sussex Oct 17
Now THIS is what we are talking about! ☺
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Sussex Library Oct 17
...over the course of the month and beyond! We'd like to keep this thread going for as long as possible in the spirit of and signposting texts in our collection
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Sussex Library Oct 17
“I will not have my life narrowed down. I will not bow down to somebody else’s whim or to someone else’s ignorance.” bell hooks is the pen name of American public intellectual, author, educator, and activist Gloria Jean Watkins. Her work covers a vast and varied terrain...
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Writing Our Legacy Oct 17
Don't this essential reading, not just for but all year round! Our first book publication, on sale now online or you can buy a copy at our events 😉
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Alice Rose Oct 16
Replying to @ncecire @pamthur and 2 others
I like how describes her early encounters with Morrison's fiction as a student was like discovering "a road to reading differently".
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Alice Rose Oct 16
Replying to @rachelabramley
Hope it goes/went well Rachel!
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Events @TheSocReview Oct 16
We’re looking forward to welcoming delegates this evening to ’s 2019 Annual Lecture – Decolonising Methodologies, 20 Years On with Linda Tuhiwai Smith & Yasmin Gunaratnam! Can’t make it in person, you can follow the hashtag
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Natalia Cecire Oct 15
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Bethany Oct 15
His full thesis is available from
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Sussex Library Oct 15
Sussex alumni Kamau Brathwaite is a globally-renowned, award winning Barbadian poet, educator, and scholar; one of the most prominent figures in the canon of Caribbean literature. He received his PhD from the University of Sussex in 1968 with a thesis...
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Surviving Society Oct 14
New episode! E058 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour: Alison Phipps Chantelle visited the University of Sussex to speak with Prof Alison Phipps about her forthcoming book (March 2020) - Me, Not You: The trouble with mainstream feminism.
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