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Stirling University ditches Jane Austen from English Literature course to ‘decolonise curriculum’ 


No Pride, lots of Prejudice: Stirling University ditches Jane Austen from English Literature course in bid to ‘decolonise the curriculum’

  • Stirling University have replaced Pride and Prejudice author with Toni Morrison
  • Institution made commitment to diversify during Black Lives Matter protests
  • Trigger warnings have been added to reading lists for ‘language of colonialism’

A university literature course has removed Jane Austen to help ‘decolonise the curriculum’ and ‘contribute increased diversity’ on the syllabus. 

Stirling University’s English Literature programme has replaced the famous author of Pride and Prejudice with award-winning writer Toni Morrison, who is known for her works about the experiences of African Americans.

The institution is following up on…



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