Hawa Bolanle Tajudeen
Hawa Bolanle Tajudeen commented on the post, Weds 16th Jan 2019 Introductory Lecture (Social Solidarity and T&L overview), on the site Bolanle Tajudeen 9 months, 3 weeks ago
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I love reading your blogs as I love libraries and I believe they play an important part in decolonizing universities.
It is great to see you question how much white privilege has played a part in library […]
As I was reading your blog, Audre Lorde’s quote immediately came to mind; “the master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.” If UAL embraced SoN more how much would this affect the current content of […]
Hawa Bolanle Tajudeen commented on the post, My analysis of the sound and music of the animated short film, The House of Small Cubes, on the site Teaching Inclusive Science 9 months, 3 weeks ago
This is extremely clear and well written with virtually no contradictions on your thoughts. I think I usually contradict myself when writing about social issues so it was nice to read this.
Students may not […]
Crits are popular learning activity in Art and Design education. Healy 2009, describes the “Crit” “… a core pedagogical approach to studio-based learning and [facilitators] are unlikely to abandon the approach […]
I am beginning the blog post on the evening of Good Friday. I received messages from some of my colleagues in the Teaching Within community wishing my family and I a Happy Easter. At first the message made me feel […]
The opening of your blog post is fantastic. You have have really been able to highlight the tensions between subjectivity and objectivity and how this affects students.
I really liked your […]
Hawa Bolanle Tajudeen commented on the post, My analysis of the sound and music of the animated short film, The House of Small Cubes, on the site Rose Williams 1 year, 1 month ago
I really resonated with that part of bell hooks texts too “women in such households are far more likely to idealize the patriarchal male role and patriarchal men than women who live with patriarchal men every d […]
Hawa Bolanle Tajudeen commented on the post, Blog 1- Q. How is E-commerce packaging waste impacting the environment and what can be done to curb its repercussions?, on the site Bolanle Tajudeen 1 year, 1 month ago
Also Rose, very good idea about having small tutor groups, I observed Aisha teaching one time and she only have 5/6 students in a her group and the conversation went really deep but this was an MA class not a BA […]
Thank you for the Fobazi Ettarh quote, I will definitely be doing research into her writings especially as she focuses on intersectionality in librarianship.
Art and design is a very society transforming subject […]
Hawa Bolanle Tajudeen commented on the post, My analysis of the sound and music of the animated short film, The House of Small Cubes, on the site Bolanle Tajudeen 1 year, 1 month ago
Safe Spaces and no platforming have become increasingly more popular in the last few years especially in universities and has raised serious debates in the media:
5 Reasons Why Safe Spaces Are Important On […]
Hawa Bolanle Tajudeen commented on the post, My analysis of the Mise-en-scène of the animated short film, The House of Small Cubes, on the site Reading Journal 1 year, 1 month ago
I really appreciate how you have analysed gender and sexuality within an academic library settings. Libraries are very important as they shape the students learning journey. Most importantly the role of course […]
In recent years, activists groups have advocated for safe space groups because of gender & racial silencing people face when contributing to political debates. They argue by having the opportunity to meet and […]