The Third World in Theory reading group (TWT) resumes its engagement with theoretical orientations towards the Third World within academia.
For the 2019-20 academic year, TWT will be discussing the topic ‘Decolonising – Then and Now’.
The Third World in Theory reading group is open to all. The group meets once every three weeks on Thursdays from 6pm – 8:30pm.
For more information, see the Law, Development and Conflict research group's website or join the Third World in Theory Reading Group.
- Césaire, Aimé. (1972). “Discourse on Colonialism.” New York: Monthly Review Press.
- Maldonado-Torres, Nelson. (2007) “On the Coloniality of Being.” Cultural Studies 21, no. 2–3: 240–70.
Angelica is a senior lecturer at the School of Applied Management, part of the Westminster Business School and a PhD candidate at University Law School. Her research interests include decolonial epistemologies, energy and ecofeminism.