Please join us for a teach-out organised by UCU members and Brookes students, celebrating the role of the university as a space for provocation, thought and reflection on key social justice issues of our day.
Come join us for a fascinating series of 5–10 minute provocations followed by Q&A and discussion at The Up in Arms Pub.
All staff, students and members of the public welcome. Pizza (including vegan option) available for £5 from 12–3pm.
Teach-In Schedule — Thursday, 31st March
- People will likely start to arrive from 12:30. Events will start once people have been able to grab a bite or a drink – as things settle.
- The Up in Arms Pub, 241 Marston Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 0FN
- This event will be composed of two mini-panels consisting of three discussants (or provocateurs) per panel followed by Q&A. As the aim of this event is to generate discussion and dialogue, discussants will limit their provocations to 5–10 minutes.
- Chris Hesketh, Department of Social Sciences
- What insights are to be learned from social movement struggles in Latin America?
- Doerthe Rosenow, Department of Social Sciences
- How can we respond to management appropriation of the ‘decolonising education’ agenda?
- Alex Powell, School of Law
- Is disruption good? Reconsidering the domestication of dissent
- Neal Harris, Department of Social Sciences
- Neoliberalism: What is it good for?
- Francesco Sticchi, School of Arts
- Do zombie films fight real political struggles?
- Tina Managhan, Department of Social Sciences
The end of the ‘liberal world order’: What does
gender have to do with it?