MA in Black Humanities
A unique one-year programme taught by members of the Centre for Black Humanities. Hear more about the ideas and topics on the MA by listening to taster sessions from our academics.
Dr Ruth Bush, Senior Lecturer in French and Comparative Literature and Programme Director, talks about the idea and practice of decolonizing the University. This is a key theme that would be covered in your studies. Recorded: 21 May 2020.
Dr Josie Gill, Director, Centre for Black Humanities, looks briefly at Covid-19 and the Black Humanities as an example of the types of issues, concepts and ideas that might be discussed on the course. Recorded: 26 May 2020.
Art History in Practice
Elizabeth Robles, Lecturer in Contemporary Art, introduces visual culture and some of the themes that you might encounter on this course around race and representation, focusing on a couple of music videos. Recorded: 4 June 2020.
Why is Black Humanities important right now?
Professor Madhu Krishnan, Professor of African, World and Comparative Literatures, talks about the ways in which the Black Humanities is particularly important right now and gives a sense of the issues and ideas that you might analyse or explore if you choose this course. Recorded: 4 June 2020.
You'll be taught by academics within the Centre for Black Humanities.
Contact our Enquiries Team if you have questions relating to the programme or application process: Email email@example.com or Tel +44 (0)117 394 1649. You could also contact the Programme Director Dr Ruth Bush Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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