‘Beyond the talk’: Decolonising Teaching and Research in Geography – A RACE (Race, Culture & Equality Working Group) event Date: Tuesday 29th August 2017 Time: 10.00 – 16.30 Location: Kings College London, Strand Campus Room: King’s Building, K2.40 Social movements and intellectual interventions have, over the past five years, seen a resurgence of decolonial practice […]

The Race, Culture & Equality (RACE) Working Group would like to recognise research conducted by undergraduate students on any issue related to the geographies of race, racism and equality. Nominations are requested from Dissertation Supervisors or Heads of Department at any UK Geography department. There is no limit of submissions per institution, but nominated dissertations […]

The Race, Culture and Equality (RACE) Working Group would like to invite proposals for sessions to be sponsored by RACE at the RGS-IBG annual conference 2017 titled ‘Decolonizing geographical knowledges: opening up geography to the world’. A key objective of the RACE Working Group of the RGS-IBG is to promote scholarship on topics of racial […]

The Race, Culture & Equality Working Group has several upcoming events at next week’s RGS-IBG Annual Conference: 1) The ‘Race in Geography Teaching Workshop’ on Tuesday 30 August in the Education Centre. In the workshop, we will be discussing two themes: Race in the Curriculum and Challenging Exclusionary Spaces. The workshop is scheduled to run […]

The Race, Culture & Equality (RACE) Working Group would like to recognise research conducted by undergraduate students on any issue related to the geographies of race, racism and equality. Nominations are requested from Dissertation Supervisors or Heads of Department at any UK Geography department. There is no limit of submissions per institution, but nominated dissertations […]

Image: Ellen Gallagher IGBT (2008) Our RACE teaching workshop has been confirmed by the RGS-IBG conference organisers. It will take place on the Tuesday of the conference and will be free to attend (no conference registration needed!). The workshop is divided into two themes: Race in the Curriculum and Challenging Exclusionary Spaces. We hope to […]

Left: Margaret Byron. Right: Parvati Raghuram. We are pleased to hear that our chair Margaret Byron and committee member Parvati Raghuram have both been chosen to receive awards at the next Annual General Meeting. Margaret is receiving the Taylor & Francis Award for the promotion of diversity in the teaching of human geography, and Parvati […]