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UEA Aug 7
In the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd, and Black Lives Matter, UEA's Head of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communications Studies will be talking about decolonising the curriculum at British universities. @BBCRadioNorfolk Sunday Breakfast this Sunday at 09.10.
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VisitNorwich Aug 6
This is our city. These are our people, our pubs, our shops, our market and our morning coffee. Together, we’re ready. Norwich's next chapter is just beginning.
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United Nations Aug 7
Sunday is - a time to celebrate indigenous communities & their contributions to our world. Use to join the conversation.
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Dr Emma Kennedy Aug 4
Just found have created an entire Zotero library, broken down by discipline, of resources on decolonising the curriculum. This is INCREDIBLE.
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UEA Aug 4
This is 2020 student living! We’ll be working within the guidelines to offer you the best possible student experience. You’ll receive a warm welcome, try new things and make friends for life. learn more 👉
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SRU Aug 2
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SRU Jul 30
Hi --- this looks like one for you 😆😆😆
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Matthew Sillence Jul 29
Many thanks to our wonderful postgraduate researchers & Amelie Roussillon for a great discussion this morning about - particularly in the time of 👍
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Centre for African Art and Archaeology Jul 28
🚨Grant for doctoral research - deadline 9 August - in support for emerging scholars in Nigerian Art History. Nero Asibelua Foundation (NAF) and (YSMA) offer grants to support research in a field related to the YSMA's collection or activities.
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SRU Jul 28
The Discovery Projects call aims to fund up to five projects over a maximum of 36 months within a total funding envelope of up to £15 million.
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SRU Jul 27
Centre for Islamic Archaeology at announces its 1st Global Islamic Archaeology Showcase. Free online event, led by PhD candidates, to gather early career researchers, PhD & MRes students in from Brazil to Azerbaijan, Mali to Japan.
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Centre for African Art and Archaeology Jul 27
P-T position, 4 yrs, epistemologies, decolonial/postcolonial studies, / female intellectuals, radical black tradition, theory from the South, decolonial , decolonising knowledge/African studies. Must hold an MA or MPhil.
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Sainsbury Centre Jul 24
🌊 Want to get out and about this weekend? Explore with our handy Art Deco Along the East Coast map! Created by our exhibition sponsors , this uncovers fascinating buildings in including Download here:
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Sainsbury Centre Jul 23
In line with the museum sector, from tomorrow Friday 24th July all visitors to the Centre (with some exceptions) are required to wear a face covering in the building. Different rules apply for the Modern Life Café. (1/3)
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UEA Jul 23
Congratulations UEA Class of 2020! Despite the obstacles you've done it - you've graduated. Be proud of what you’ve achieved in the past few months and years. We - the UEA community - certainly are proud of you.
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SRU Jul 22
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SRU Jul 22
🚨 2yr, FT postdoc on project ‘Our Subversive Voice?'. Research history & development of protest songs in & assess importance as political communication. PhD relevant discipline, experience of archival & online research, able to conduct interviews. 🪶20 Aug.
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SRU Jul 22
🚨To support the work of the Mediterranean, Africa, Americas and Oceania Section and our the Section, with a focus on , , , the and
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SRU Jul 22
Our final Work in Progess : Dr Chris Wingfield, Towards an archaeology of the opporessed: fieldwork and/as decolonial education in
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