Black History 365: Public Lecture with Riadh Ghemmour

Thursday 9 December 2021

Our public lecture series holds a particular focus on providing platforms and amplifying the counter narratives.


Riadh Ghemmour is a doctoral researcher in education and a teaching assistant affiliated to the University of Exeter. His doctoral project investigates Algerian EFL students’ lived experiences of learning about research methods and writing MA dissertations using Paulo Freire’s critical pedagogy as a framework. A particular focus of this research involves interrogating issues of power, voice, and the reproduction of the social world and patterns within classroom.

Riadh’s scholarship and practice is also grounded in decolonisation, Indigenousness, anti-racism, social justice education and critical theories in education. He is the co-founder of Decolonial Dialogues which is a shared space advancing understanding of decolonisation across disciplines. He is also part of the Exeter Decolonising Network and an associate at the MA-Education consultancy. Riadh is passionate about poetry, storytelling, and Indigenous folklores.

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