CRIS and ETHOS workshop - decolonising the business school curriculum
Following global protests, issues of race and the legacy of colonialism are more pressing than ever. Universities around the world have been asked “How can they decolonise their curriculum”.
In this virtual workshop, we will explore what it means to decolonise the business school curriculum? We will work together to start the practical work of decolonising the curriculum. Small groups of people from around the world will work on designing decolonised curriculum for courses typically taught in business schools. These will include: international business, entrepreneurship, human resource management, leadership, consumer behaviour, social marketing, branding and corporate social responsibility.
The workshop will be useful for people teaching in business schools. It will give participants an opportunity to start making practical change in what we teach in business schools around the world.
Panellists include our very own Nceku Nyathi (Royal Holloway, University of London), Dara Kelly (Simon Fraser University), Stella Nkomo (University of Pretoria), Rohit Varman (University of Birmingham) and a number of break out room facilitators from around the world.
The event is host by: ETHOS, City, University of London and CRIS, Royal Holloway, University of London.
Places are limited. Please register early via the Zoom link here.