The tour began at the Carfax tower with tales of the town-gown divide in the early days of Oxford University. A third year undergraduate led the group of students and tourists around the town centre.
The controversial comment was part of a motion for a "declaration of war on St. Edmund's Hall".
Can we retell Conrad’s disturbing critique of exploitation in colonial times without falling prey to racism which even the author couldn’t avoid?
The first post of its kind at Oxbridge, the research will focus on “explor[ing] connections between the college and colonialism".
Colonialism, empire and disease: this tasty tipple has an interesting story
Cultural synthesis has historically been a tool of colonial oppressors
The move will include returning treasures seized during the time of the British Empire, and the study of more black and Asian thinkers on degree courses
Pakistan’s identity and future is debated in culture both at home and abroad
Our blanket decrial of Professor Biggar harms foreign policy and historical understanding
Professor Biggar focuses on impacts he can quantify, ignoring the insidious impact colonialism had on institutional racism and politics
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