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They represent the smallest group when both race and gender are considered together, making them three times less likely to be professors than their white female counterparts and half as likely as Black men. As is fostering an environment that students from all heritages feel reflected, understood and supported. To highlight this fact and raise awareness about the systematic setbacks that Black women are forced to face when navigating this, the South Bank Centre has launched a fantastic new exhibition called Phenomenal Women: Portraits of UK Black Female Professors.
The exhibition showcases 45 brilliant, Black women who have been professors at some point in the last three years — from the award-winning author Bernadine Evaristopoet and playwright Joan Anim-Addo and the first woman ever to be appointed head of a UK dental school, Cynthia Pine.
It has been curated by British academic, writer and activist Dr Nicola Rollock, photographed by Bill Knight and will run from 10 October until 8 November, specifically to coincide with and celebrate Black History Month.
Here, you can take your time learning about and appreciating the compelling images of these brilliant women, for free. Originally the organisers planned for the exhibition to take place inside, but because of the coronavirus pandemic, they had to re-think a way of giving these photos the visibility they deserve.
For a sneak peek at the artwork, scroll down to find a selection of portraits of incredibly talented women. Gloria Agyemang has worked in both the UK and Africa, gathering several years teaching and managing experience. Dorothy Monekosso began her career in space technology research, working on the computer systems used for small satellites and spacecraft. Florence Ayisi is an award-winning documentary filmmaker who specialises in showing female-centred perspectives from women in Africa, giving them a voice and agency.
Her first feature documentary film Sisters in Law was also long-listed for an Academy Award nomination Oscars in Now, she a professor of international documentary film at the University of South Wales. Diamond Ashiagbor teaches as a professor of law at the University of Kent and is senior associate research fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London.
She has impressively authored over 60 publications in the form of books, articles, policy reports and working papers. in. You may also like. London exhibitions: 3 must-visit events celebrating Black women. Gloria Agyemang. Currently, she is a professor of ing at Royal Holloway, University of London. Currently, she is a professor of computer science at Leeds Beckett University.
Tracey Reynolds. Her areas of expertise include sexual and intimate partner violence and child abuse.
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Beautiful images of South Bank Centre’s brilliant exhibition Phenomenal Women: Portraits of UK Black Female Professors