It is part of an
ongoing multi-form and multi-site initiative led by staff and students at UAL to
interrogate pedagogic practice within the framework of decolonisation and breaking
down structural inequalities.
At the heart of
this work is a need to address disparities in experience and attainment for
International students and students of colour.
The Zines are a
cornerstone for this work by opening up the conversation and creating an
autonomous space for critique, reflection and expression.
zine1 and zine2 are available to staff and students via all UAL Libraries. There are plenty of paper versions available and we are happy to post copies out to UK based institutions, just drop us an email. (This capacity is on hold due to covid-19)