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Colonial and Post Colonial Studies

The Centre of Postcolonial Studies exists to provide a focus for postgraduate and undergraduate work relating to Commonwealth countries, particularly in the fields of African history, African and Caribbean culture and writing, African and Caribbean religion, Australian writing and painting, the literature of India and of New Zealand, and postcolonial critical theory.

The Centre opened in 1985 and has, since then, held a regular series of lectures, seminars, film screenings and poetry readings, and has organised symposia for staff, students, and members of the public. Students who attend the Centre's events come from a wide range of different academic areas; the staff of the Centre are interested in promoting inter-disciplinary debate of colonial and postcolonial issues. All events are open to the public, who are welcome to attend.

Colonial and Post Colonial Studies is part of:

People

Dr Fiona Barclay
Dr Fiona Barclay

Lecturer in French Studies, SLCR: French

Dr Bethan Benwell
Dr Bethan Benwell

Senior Lecturer, English Studies

Professor Rowan Cruft
Professor Rowan Cruft

Professor, Philosophy

Dr Sabine Dedenbach-Salazar Sáenz
Dr Sabine Dedenbach-Salazar Sáenz

Snr Lecturer in Latin American Studies, SLCR: Spanish

Professor Elizabeth Ezra
Professor Elizabeth Ezra

Professor of Cinema and Culture, SLCR: French

Professor Bill Marshall
Professor Bill Marshall

Professor Comparative Cultural Studies, SLCR: French

Fraser McQueen
Fraser McQueen

PhD Researcher, Literature and Languages

Professor David Murphy
Professor David Murphy

Professor of Postcolonial Studies, SLCR: French

Aedin Ni Loingsigh AL
Dr Aedin Ni Loingsigh

Lecturer, Literature and Languages

Professor David Richards
Professor David Richards

Emeritus Professor, English Studies

Gemma Robinson GR
Dr Gemma Robinson

Senior Lecturer, English Studies

Professor Angela Smith
Professor Angela Smith

Emeritus Professor, English Studies

Dr Phia Steyn
Dr Phia Steyn

Lecturer, History

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