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The Study of Islam Within Social Science Curricula in UK Universities (Vol.1) By Max Farrar
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This report sets out the finding of the first phase of the contribution by the Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics (C-SAP) to the Higher Education Academy’s (HEA) Islamic Studies... More > Project. Dr Malcolm Todd, then the Associate Director of C-SAP, was the subject centre lead on the original bid to the Higher Education Funding Council to establish a national Islamic Studies Network (ISN). As part of the work of the ISN Dr Todd appointed Dr Max Farrar, Emeritus Professor at Leeds Metropolitan University, as a Senior Associate, to commission up to ten Case Studies from social science colleagues teaching on the topic of Islam within UK Universities.< Less
Teaching Race in the Social Sciences (C-SAP Monograph 5) By Malcolm Todd & Max Farrar
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This book provides a rich resource for all tutors who are already teaching in the field of ‘race’ and ethnicity, or who are considering enlarging their expertise in this direction. If... More > read with the parallel volumes to this one (Spencer and Todd, 2006; Jacobs, 2006) social science academics will be better equipped to meet the challenges that will continue to face us as we develop curricula and teaching methods which will help our students to understand ethnic relations and to combat racism.< Less
Reflections on Practice: Teaching 'Race' and Ethnicity in Further and Higher Education (C-SAP Monograph 6) By Malcolm Todd & Steve Spencer
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This book is amongst the first of its kind in that the focus is specifically on developing strategies which allow lecturers of ‘race’ and ethnicity to reflect on the dynamics of teaching... More > about ‘race’ and ethnicity. There is a complex ontology implicit in these terms which make such teaching perhaps one of the most important areas of the social sciences. Most of the contributions to this volume are written from a British or North American perspective and, in turn, reflect a particular set of social, economic, cultural and political specificities that relate to western liberal democracies. Nevertheless, it is expected that the issues raised in these chapters will resonate with university teachers outside the UK and USA and we hope that it may inspire others to think of ways in which they can articulate their own perspectives and suggestions for best practice.< Less
Why Social Science Matters, Issue 3 By Darren Marsh & Malcolm Todd
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What is the purpose of external examining”? This is the opening question posed by the QAA (2010) in a document aimed at contributing to the current debate around the role. It is the right... More > question to begin with, as the subsequent questions, such as the tasks they should perform, and the qualifications that they require, presuppose that we are broadly in agreement as to what their purpose is. The articles in this issue of Why Social Science Matters address this issue, and contribute to the Higher Education Academy sector wide debate about external examining.< Less

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