In this episode, Chris Lloyd talks to Riadh Ghemmour about his work in social justice, decolonisation, and antiracism. The conversation is broadly about higher education in the UK and Algeria. FURTHER RESOURCES:- Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous PeoplesEPISODE NOTES:Riadh Ghemmour (he/him) holds a PhD in education from the University of Exeter. He is currently working at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (University of London) as the learning skills coordinator. Riadh's work, scholarship and activism revolve around social justice, decolonisation and antiracism within HE and beyond. He is the co-founder of the Decolonial Dialogues shared space and his latest publication explores the idea of 'safe space' in a social justice context. Riadh is in the process to turn his thesis into a book which explores the concept of research in the Algerian HE.Podcast recorded using Zencastr.Music by Rayen © Hear more via Spotify or Instagram.Edited by Chris Lloyd.
Diversifying and Decolonising the University: Episode 3, Riadh Ghemmour