A collection of teaching resources compiled by the Development Geographies Research Group.
The Development Geographies Research Group (DevGRG) is a large and active RGS-IBG research group. DevGRG membership is largely made up of academics, postgraduates and practitioners interested in development geographies. Committee member Dr Sophie Blackburn has collated resources for decolonising development. These are organised into:
Decolonising research and research practice
Decolonising Higher Education and academic institutions
Wider readings on decolonial perspectives/theory
Networks and information-sharing platforms
Films and recorded events
Some suggested authors
These resources are available via the DevGRG website.
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Webinar and key readings from the Geography & Education Research Group.
David Matless (University of Nottingham) discusses ways of encouraging curiosity and further independent research/study in historical geography.
Resources to support safe, responsible and ethical research in the field
This report by Victoria Ogoegbunam Okoye summarises research on the supervision of Black Geography PhD students in UK universities.
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