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Today is the final CARICUK blog post for now. Since last week we’ve been considering the contents and pedagogy of the CARICUK learning pack, thinking about the Caribbean and the UK as a ‘shared space‘, about race as an in/security, and, in yesterday’s post, about how UK Geography can respond to its increasing diversity byContinue reading “Launch of the arts participation: Wednesday’s (final for now) post”
Welcome back to the CARICUK blog! If, like me, you’re just coming out of the bank holiday weekend, I hope you had a restful one. (Thinking especially of you if you normally do the Notting Hill Carnival Parade). Today we’re back in the saddle, thinking again about the content and pedagogy of the CARICUK learningContinue reading “Learning pack: Tuesday’s post”
Following the launch of the CARICUK learning pack, the CARICUK blog is reflecting on its contents and pedagogy. Yesterday I focused on the first course, which loosely uses Milton Santos’s idea of ‘shared space’ to understand the Caribbean and the UK as a shared postcolonial space. Today I want to think about the focus ofContinue reading “Learning pack: Friday’s post”
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