In 2021, RACE.ED inaugurated a new cross-university pre-honours course entitled “Understanding Race and Colonialism (SSPS0801)”. URC is a multidisciplinary course that provides an overview of the major issues at stake in the study of race, racialization and decoloniality from a broadly conceived social science and humanities tradition. It draws expertise from colleagues around the University working directly in the field of race and (de)colonial.
This year, RACE.ED’s 2022 intern Yuke Huang did the incredible work of updating RACE.ED’s teaching portfolio section on our website so as to highlight pre-existing and new UoE course listed pertaining to questions of race, colonialism/coloniality and decolonial studies. The course listed canvass these areas to different degrees – some anchored entirely in the study versus others that take on the subjects in a peripheral way. We congratulate those in the RACE.ED network for making this content matter and matter meaningfully in our courses and pedagogy.
School of Geosciences: Geography
SCQF Level 11:
- Understanding Environment and Development
- Development: Principles and Practices
- Professional Skills in Environment and Development
SCQF Level 10:
- Geographies of Food
- Geographies of the Border
- Development and Decolonization in Latin America
- Geographies of Race and Racism
- Queer Geographies: Spatialising Sexuality and Gender