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Intersectionality and the PhD Journey
In these 12 short sketch videos, pairs of students from techne institutions explore different aspects of intersectionality and reflect on how this has affected their experience of undertaking a PhD. The project was led by the University of Roehampton and the videos were created by artist Krystsina Sachkouskaya. Their development was supported by funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.Videos
Coming soon: hear from current technē students about their PhD experiences.
Advice and guidance for making a strong technē PhD application.
Resources, published research and links on how we can collectively decolonise the academy.
Academic Race Reports
A range of reports and research from UK academics of colour on issues of access, funding, supervision and career progression in HE.
Non-Academic Race Reports
A range of reports and reviews covering issues including racial inequality, deaths in police custody, outcomes for minority individuals in the criminal justice system, the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry, the ethnic diversity of UK boards and the Grenfell Tower Inquiry.
technē's Five Subject Groups
Coming soon: a directory of networks, organisations and communities of colour, across technē's five subject groups. These include: 'Art and Design', 'Culture and Communications', 'Histories and Philosophies', 'Languages and Literatures' and 'Media and Performance Arts'.