Posted on: 31st January, 2014
18th November, 2019
Our everyday practice and experience tends to be governed both by reflection-in-action and our profession’s ethics and values. However, engaging with the Decolonising the Arts Curriculum movement at UAL has placed those of us involved within a ‘critical space and place’.
This session will explore the effects of this shift on the everyday approach, response and position, while referencing a small scale PgCert study that investigates the pedagogical lens of UAL librarians within the decolonisation movement.
Monica-carmela Sajeva is an Assistant Academic Support librarian / Special Collections librarian / Design School librarian at London College of Communication library. She studied Library and Information studies at UCL and has worked at University of the Arts London (UAL) for 11 years.