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If you’re an undergraduate student or postgraduate researcher with an active interest in postcolonial politics or theory, there are multiple ways to get involved with IPCS.

The Institute of Postcolonial Studies is an independent venue for the exploration of postcolonial scholarship, politics and creative practice.

We welcome proposals for member-led activities, focusing on creative practice, performance, reading or theory-based discussion, and community-oriented activities.

Reading, performing & writing groups in 2020

Under way in 2020 and meeting on a fortnightly basis on Thursdays and Fridays are a series of member-run reading, writing and performance groups:

  • Theory, Knowledges & Politics – convenors: Anya Thomas & Kieran Bradley
  • Performing Sexuality – convenors: Danish Sheikh & Zarin Tasnim
  • Creative & Critical Practice Writing Circle –  contact us if you would like to join.

    Become a member, and be part of a growing community of creative and critically engaged people at the Institute. Help us make IPCS into a space where the pressing matters of the present are raised and responded to in critical, creative, practical, ethical and substantial ways.

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2020 Reading, performing & writing groups

Under way in 2020 and meeting on a fortnightly basis on Thursdays and Fridays are a series of member-run reading, writing and performance groups:

Theory, Knowledges & Politics

Convenors

Anya Thomas & Kieran Bradley

Performing Sexuality

Convenors

Danish Sheikh & Zarin Tasnim

Creative & Critical Practice Writing Circle

Convenors

Komala Murugiah