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Items where Division is "Decolonising Arts Institute"

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2021

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Barokka, Khairani (2021) Ultimatum Orangutan. Nine Arches Press. ISBN 978-1-913437-09-1

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lok, susan pui san (2021) Tiohtià:kee, Tāmaki Makaurau - somewhere over the under, beneath the between. In: GAX: Ngā Tai o te Ao: Global Tides. ST PAUL St Publishing, AUT & Asian/Pacific/American Institute NYU, Auckland, New Zealand, pp. 114-118. ISBN 978-0-9941144-6-4 Item availablity restricted.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2021) Conversations with Multilingual International Students. In: Academic Writing Seminar Series, 25 February 2021, UCL IOE London. Item not available online.

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Eve, Martin Paul and Neylon, Cameron and O'Donnell, Daniel Paul and Moore, Samuel and Gadie, Robert and Odeniyi, Victoria and Parvin, Shahina (2021) Reading Peer Review: PLOS ONE and Institutional Change in Academia. Elements in Publishing and Book Culture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781108742702

Odeniyi, Victoria (2021) Decolonising Arts: Reflections on ethnography and Critical Race Theory. In: BAAL Professional, Academic and Work-based literacies SIG: 3rd Annual Symposium - Creativity and collaboration in professional, academic and workplace literacies, 29 January 2021, Online. Item not available online.

2020

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Barokka, Khairani (2020) “Resetting” Extraction and Ableist, Colonial Pandemic Manifestations. Indian Journal of Critical Disability Studies, 1 (1). pp. 68-70.

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2020) Why Words Matter: The Impact of Art Museum Interpretation on the Production of Art’s Histories. In: From De-Colonial to Anti-Colonial: What's Next for Museum Interpretation?, 26 November 2020, National Portrait Gallery, online.

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Barokka, Khairani (2020) Hurt and Words: On Language and Pain in Public. Feminist Review, 125. ISSN 1466-4380

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Barokka, Khairani (2020) How to Make Art in a Pandemic? Art Monthly, 437. ISSN 0142-6702

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lok, susan pui san (2020) Contribution to 'Decolonising Art History'. Art History, 43 (1). pp. 34-38. ISSN 0141 6790

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Panesar, Lucy and Crilly, Jessica (2020) Decolonising Reading Lists. In: Decolonising the Curriculum – the library's role, 27 January 2020, Goldsmiths University.

Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie and Sheldon, Julie (2020) 'A Dissident View': Bluecoat Exhibitions, 1967-2005. In: Bluecoat, Liverpool: The UK's first arts centre. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, pp. 145-174. ISBN 978-1-78962-163-1 Item not available online.

2019

Odeniyi, Victoria (2019) Class Teacher Report Writing in an East London School. In: The Professional, Academic and Work-based literacies (PAWBL) SIG, Symposium: Work, life, study: literacies in and out of institutions, 6 December 2019, Milton Keynes, UK. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2019) Found and Lost – A Genealogy of Waste? In: Conceptualism: Intersectional Readings, International Framings. Van Abbemuseum, NL, pp. 68-94. ISBN 9 789490 757199 Item availablity restricted.

lok, susan pui san (2019) Fast Forward, Rewind - Slow, Slow, Quick, Quick, Slow. In: Fast Forward: How Do Women Work?, 30 November - 2 December 2019, Tate Modern, London. Item not available online.

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2019) Sonia Boyce: Beyond Blackness. NKA Journal of Contemporary African Art, 2019 (45). pp. 62-73. ISSN 1075-7163

Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2019) Hidden in Plain Sight: Black Artists in Public Collections. In: Archives and Embodiment, 4-5 July 2019, University of the Arts London. Item not available online.

Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2019) Together We Can Go Far: Black British Artist Collectives and Groups since the 1960s. In: Queer Modernisms III, 25-26 April 2019, University of Oxford. Item not available online.

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2019) The Burning House. In: Until it reached into our lives and destroyed the tranquility that we had. Fayetteville: Fine Arts Centre Gallery, New York.

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Oles, James and Selejan, Ileana L. (2019) War and Loss. In: Art_Latin_America Against the Survey. University of Texas Press, Davis Museum at Wellesley College. ISBN 978-1-4773-1909-3

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lok, susan pui san (2019) We Will Be. In: The Place Is Here: The Work of Black Artists in 1980s Britain. Sternberg Press, Berlin, pp. 14-19. ISBN 9783956794667

2018

lok, susan pui san and Orlando, Sophie (2018) Revising, Reimagining - Whose Past? Whose Future? In: Revisiting the Past, Reimagining the Future, 22 November 2018, De Nieuwe Liefde, Amsterdam. Item not available online.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2018) Multilingual repertoires as intercultural resources: what students from migrant communities bring to an English-dominant university. In: The ‘Good’ Interculturalist: International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication Conference, 29-31 August 2018, Helsinki, Finland. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2018) Testing, Contesting. In: Contesting British Chinese Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 85-100. ISBN 978-3-319-71159-1

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lok, susan pui san (2018) Through the Gate / An(g)archivery. In: Deviant Practice. Van Abbemuseum, Netherlands, pp. 176-209. ISBN 9 789082 890501 Item availablity restricted.

2017

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Barokka, Khairani (2017) Rope. Nine Arches Press. ISBN 9781911027232

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2017) Pictures in Dispute: Documentary photography in Sandinista Nicaragua. Photographies, 10 (3). pp. 283-302. ISSN 1754-0763 (Print), 1754-0771 (Online) Item availablity restricted.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2017) Reflections on interculturality in post-colonial spaces. In: Language, Communities and Moving Borders: Theories and Methodologies, 29 June 2017, The School of Advanced Study, University of London. Item not available online.

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Barokka, Khairani (2017) Deaf-accessibility for spoonies: lessons from touring Eve and Mary Are Having Coffee while chronically ill. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 22 (3). pp. 387-392. ISSN 1470-112X

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lok, susan pui san (2017) An(g)archivery. [Art/Design Item]

2016

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Barokka, Khairani (2016) Indigenous Species. Tilted Axis Press. ISBN 9781911284048

Odeniyi, Victoria (2016) Reflections on the road to becoming a critical interculturalist. In: UCL Centre for Applied Linguistics Seminar Series, December 2016, UCL Institute of Education, London. Item not available online.

Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2016) Challenging Narratives? The Framing of Black Artists in Afro Modern. In: Now & Then, Here & There: Black Artists & Modernism, 6-9 October 2016, Tate Britain. Item not available online.

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Odeniyi, Victoria and Lazar, Gillian and Gimenez, Julio and Pitt, Alexandra (2016) Widening (linguistic) participation and pedagogy for inclusion: ways forward. In: ESRC seminar series ‘The Multilingual University’: The impact of linguistic diversity in higher education in English-dominant and EMI contexts, 8-9 July 2016, UCL Institute of Education, London.. Item not available online.

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Barokka, Khairani (2016) HEAT: A Southeast Asian Urban Anthology. Fixi Novo. ISBN 978-9670954363

Odeniyi, Victoria (2016) When do learners become knowledge makers? Utilising resources and insider perspectives. In: Centre for Language Studies and Applied Linguistics Research Seminar Series, March 2016, Canterbury Christchurch University. Item not available online.

2015

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Odeniyi, Victoria and Da Costa, Chrissie (2015) Challenging neo-racist discourses in HE. In: The stubborn persistence of racism: confronting racial inequality through education and action, 24-26 June 2015, The University of Edinburgh, UK. Item not available online.

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2015) War in paradise: Solentiname and the Sandinista. Visual Studies, 30 (2). pp. 151-165. ISSN 1472-586X

2011

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2010

Odeniyi, Victoria (2010) Reciprocity and knowledge construction: the use of the personal in the creation of social science assignments. In: University Literacies: Knowledge, writing, disciplines conference, September 2010, Lille, France. Item not available online.

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