This is a collaboration with GreenTU, University Rebellion, and VOX Delft
Decolonising Knowledge Series
This series of events explores the legacy of colonial power structures in our local and global society.
Decolonisation, roughly put, is a social movement and academic project that seeks to empower knowledge, cultures, and peoples marginalized by the physical and cultural effects and legacies of colonisation and its power structures. This movement also reflects critically on the historical role of universities and Western knowledge production in relation to colonialism. It encompasses issues of race, gender, land ownership, ways of knowing, reparations, resource extraction, rights and representation, and more.
The program will consist of a core lecture series introducing the decolonial perspective and its application in technology, education, nature, sustainability, arts, and industry. There will also be numerous satellite events with master classes, a film night, and discussion groups.