Celebrating Feminist and Anti-racist Pedagogies in Practicebell hooks's Teaching to Transgress 30 Years on

Monday, 29th April 2024, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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This event celebrates the 30th anniversary of bell hooks’s classic work Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom (1994). It will bring together a diverse range of educators and practitioners to discuss and reflect on their experiences of teaching and learning in different contexts in academia and beyond.

The event will start with an informal lunch followed by talks about bell hooks’s work. We will then engage in groupwork to reflect on our own experiences of learning and teaching, using prompts from Teaching to Transgress.

Strathclyde University Feminist Research Network


Who should attend?

The event is open to anyone involved in teaching and learning.  This might include (but is not limited to) school, university or college teachers, community development professionals, activists, service users, ESOL professionals and policymakers.

Benefits of attending

The event forms part of a wider range of activity by the organisers of the Strath_Fem research network aimed at strengthening local, national, and international feminist networks. 


Redi Koobak
Senior Lecturer
Holly Porteous
Teaching Associate
Mariya Ivancheva
Senior Lecturer

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