On Tuesday 22 March, actor, writer and TV presenter Lenny Henry will be taking part in our Question Time-style panel event examining how British television represents its population. Lenny Henry in The Comedy of Errors, 2011. Image by Johan Persson (Creative Commons) Part of the Future for Public Service Television Inquiry, the debate will cover … Continue reading Are you being heard? Lenny Henry joins Goldsmiths debate on TV and representation
Please come and celebrate with us the relaunch of CSISP!
Experiments in new modes of practice: Launch of the Centre for
the study of Invention and Process (CISP)
Wednesday 23rd of March 2016, 5pm-7pm
Richard Hoggart Building, RHB 300
Chaired by the new directors: Marsha Rosengarten, Michael Guggenheim & Alex Wilkie
22 March, 5.30pm, George Wood Theatre. Hosted by the Disability Research Centre Dr Matt Hargrave (Northumbria University) will be in conversation with Jonathan Meth (Project Dramaturg, Crossing The Line, Disability Research Centre, Goldsmiths and Expert Adviser to Ambitious About Autism), and Artist Jez Colborne (Mind the Gap). About the book This is the first scholarly … Continue reading ‘Theatres of Learning Disability: Good, Bad or Plain Ugly?’ Book Launch
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUZTFnQOpMU] Heidi Mirza examines the professional experiences of postcolonial diasporic black and ethnicized female academics in higher education. Video via Faculti. For a chance to hear more and ask question sign up for the event on March 17 . Continue reading Decolonizing Higher Education: Black Feminism and the Intersectionality of Race and Gender
Panel with Sukhdev Sandhu, Parvati Raghuram, Alia Syed, Sandhya Suri, Antoinette Brown, Nirmal Puwar (Chair).
17 March 2016, 4.00-7.00pm, RHB 137a Sign up for this free event via Eventbrite