Decolonising curriculum in education: continuing proclamations and provocations

Race, Richard, Ayling, Pere, Chetty, Dorrie, Hassan, Nasima, McKinney, Stephen J, Boath, Lauren, Riaz, Nighet and Salehjee, Saima 2022. Decolonising curriculum in education: continuing proclamations and provocations. London Review of Education. 20 (1). https://doi.org/10.14324/lre.20.1.12

TitleDecolonising curriculum in education: continuing proclamations and provocations
TypeJournal article
AuthorsRace, Richard, Ayling, Pere, Chetty, Dorrie, Hassan, Nasima, McKinney, Stephen J, Boath, Lauren, Riaz, Nighet and Salehjee, Saima
AbstractThere is no denying the importance and increased significance of interest in decolonisation in education and the wider social sciences. This article aims to bring a continuing contribution to an evolving and important discussion. The methodology of this work allows a range of academics from different cultural contexts to voice their decolonising proclamations. The authors of the article are a combination of White, Black, Asian and mixed-race academic researchers in higher education who have come together to proclaim their viewpoints. They draw upon their research and apply professional practice in relation to differing aspects of generally decolonising education and specifically decolonising curricula. As a group, we believe that the notion of decolonising applies to all sections of education – not only to primary schools, but also to nurseries, secondary schools, colleges and universities. We hope this article will encourage more research, advocacy and action within education and interdisciplinary contexts into the complexity of decolonising the curriculum.
KeywordsEducation
JournalLondon Review of Education
Journal citation20 (1)
ISSN1474-8479
Year2022
PublisherUCL Press
Publisher's version
File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.14324/lre.20.1.12
Publication dates
Published online25 May 2022

Related outputs

Using cultural diversity to advance multicultural dialogues in Higher Education
Chetty, D. 2018. Using cultural diversity to advance multicultural dialogues in Higher Education. in: Race, R. (ed.) Advancing Multicultural Dialogues in Education Palgrave Macmillan.

Migration and Segregated Living in London
Chetty, D. 2016. Migration and Segregated Living in London.

EU Migrant Deal
Chetty, D. 2016. EU Migrant Deal.

Migration and Diversity
Chetty, D. 2016. Migration and Diversity . http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03cnh2y

Education for refugees can help save Syria's lost generation
Chetty, D. 2015. Education for refugees can help save Syria's lost generation. The Conversation.

News Media Coverage of Migration, British Ethnic Minority Identities and Social Cohesion
Chetty, D. 2014. News Media Coverage of Migration, British Ethnic Minority Identities and Social Cohesion. The Meaning of Migration: a JOMEC Journal One-Day Conference. Cardiff Univeresity 17 - 17 Apr 2014

The Exotic Orient in Gender and Tourism
Chetty, D. 2011. The Exotic Orient in Gender and Tourism. in: Morady, F. and Siriner, I. (ed.) Globalisation Religion and Development International Journal of Politics & Economics. pp. 62-85

Culture and Identity in Sociology
O'Donnell, M.H. and Chetty, D. 2008. Culture and Identity in Sociology. Sociology Review. 18 (1), pp. 29-31.

Migrant Autobiographical Writing: A Search for the 'Self' and Political Expression
Chetty, D. 2008. Migrant Autobiographical Writing: A Search for the 'Self' and Political Expression. Reading After Empire: Local, Global and Diaspora Audiences. University of Stirling 03 - 05 Sep 2008

Trafficking of women for Sexual Exploitation
Chetty, D. 2008. Trafficking of women for Sexual Exploitation. https://www.westminster.ac.uk/law-gender-and-sexuality/projects/the-conversations/trafficking

Neo-colonialism and 'Otherness': Representational issues in Field Exchange
Chetty, D. 2005. Neo-colonialism and 'Otherness': Representational issues in Field Exchange. Field Exchange. 26, p. 7.

Book Review: Hard Lessons: The lives and education of working class women in nineteenth century England
Chetty, D. 1991. Book Review: Hard Lessons: The lives and education of working class women in nineteenth century England. Gender and Education. 3 (1), pp. 91-92. https://doi.org/10.1080/0954025910030108

Permalink - https://westminsterresearch.westminster.ac.uk/item/vwxx7/decolonising-curriculum-in-education-continuing-proclamations-and-provocations


Share this

Usage statistics

13 total views
2 total downloads
These values cover views and downloads from WestminsterResearch and are for the period from September 2nd 2018, when this repository was created.