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Decolonising the Literature Curriculum

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  • © 2022

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  • Winner of the 2022 BACLS Edited Collection Prize
  • Contributes theorized practical and classroom orientated case studies
  • Engages dialogue about decolonisation of the curriculum

Part of the book series: Teaching the New English (TENEEN)

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This book explores pedagogical approaches to decolonising the literature curriculum through a range of practical and theoretically-informed case studies. Although decolonising the curriculum has been widely discussed in the academe and the media, sustained examinations of pedagogies involved in decolonising the literature at university level are still lacking in English and related subjects. This book makes a crucial contribution to these evolving discussions, presenting current and critically engaged pedagogical scholarship on decolonising the literature curriculum. Offering a broad spectrum of accessible chapters authored by experienced national and international academics, the book is structured into two parts, Texts and Contexts, presenting case studies on decolonising the literature curriculum which range from the undergraduate classroom, university writing centres, through to the literary doctorate.

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Editors and Affiliations

  • School of Education and Humanities, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, UK

    Charlotte Beyer

About the editor

Charlotte Beyer is Senior Lecturer in English Studies at the University of Gloucestershire, UK.


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