The Connected Sociologies Curriculum Project is a project of The Sociological Review. It is an educational platform that provides open-access resources for students, teachers and academics who are interested in ‘decolonising’ school, college and university curricula.
Our curriculum is organised in modules responding to specific debates in the social sciences and is also designed to supplement teaching at A-level (secondary school level) in related subjects. In each individual session, you will find a video recording of a lecture with accompanying transcript, podcast, slides, suggested readings (mainly open-access) and discussion questions suitable for classroom activities at secondary school and undergraduate level.
We currently have four modules:
- The Making of the Modern World
- British Citizenship, Race, and Rights
- Colonial Global Economy
- Policing "Crime" and "Violence"