Print Editor Bryony Gooch looks at the University of Leicester’s decision to axe Medieval Literature as an attempt to decolonise the curriculum.
Clara Akiki reflects upon the recent talk (digitally) given by Professor Angela Davis and Professor Ilan Pappé at our university
Online Features Editor Rebecca Wells speaks to Professor Louise Lawrence about the department’s, and her own, efforts to comprehend what “decolonisation” means within Theology and Religion.
As the first installment in a new mini- series on “decolonising” the curriculum, Online Features Editor speaks to Nandini Chatterjee of the History department to find out what they have been doing to change the curriculum.
Neha Shaji discusses the University of Exeter’s covert imperial history.
Exeposé speaks to Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, about racist vandalism and whether his recent comments disrespected Exeter’s transgender community. When speaking to Professor Tim Quine, the University of Exeter’s Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education and perhaps one of the most powerful figures in the institution, you appreciate his unfiltered honesty. Our interview […]
What is the future for Exeter? Megan Davies sits down with the Vice-Chancellor and Provost to find out more. It would be an understatement to say the last 17 years have been eventful for Sir Steve Smith. The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, (incidentally, one of the most influential figures in the higher education […]
University of Cambridge student Lola Olufemi penned an open letter to the university’s English faculty that sought to broaden the current English curriculum to include more writers of colour. This belief was shared by fellow students and academics who signed the missive earlier this year in June. On 25 October, The Telegraph ran a story […]