Teaching notes and workshop instructions for teaching about postcolonialism and its intersections, aimed at postgraduates.
- Integrating theory and work into the curriculum on policing and relationships to community.
Available evidence of impact:
- Engagement with text by students.
- Citations increasing.
Links to available resources:
- M. Kitchener (ed.) Handbook for Creating a Gender-Sensitive Curriculum: Teaching and Learning Strategies, Gender Equality Actions in Research Institutions to traNsform Gender ROLES, GEARING-Roles, GEARING-Roles, 2022.
- ‘Gender, postcolonialism and positioning: Imag(in)ing others’, pp. 40-43.
Implementation and potential challenges:
- Work referenced, referred to and discussed within curriculum.
How to Use:
- Direct staff and students to view Jeff Hearn’s chapter: Gender, Postcolonialism and Positioning: Imag(in)ing Others and consider the relationship between race and geopolitical positioning, and other social positionings such as gender or sexuality in their research.
- Use the workshop template to set up your own teaching on postcolonialism.
- ‘Easy access’ preparatory readings can be used as an introduction for students at undergraduate level.