Black British History Seminar

Date / time: 23 January - 2 July, 6:00 pm

Black British History Seminar

Black British History: Concepts, Geographies, Debates covers all aspects of black British history from the ancient to the contemporary. Encompassing research from within and beyond the university, we bring together scholars, activists, artists and heritage practitioners to push the boundaries of this vital and growing field of historical enquiry. All welcome, booking not required.

Venue: Keyworth Centre, Room K-503, London South Bank University- Southwark Campus

Time: Thursdays, 18:00

Convenors: Shahmima Akhtar (Royal Historical Society), Katie Donington (London South Bank University), Hannah Elias (IHR), Christienna Fryar (Goldsmiths, University of London), Kennetta Hammond Perry (De Montford University), Ryan Hanley (University of Exeter), Hananh Ishmael (University College London), Nancy Lyons (Independent), Michael Ohajuru (Institute for Commonwealth Studies), Simon Peplow (University of Warwick), Nathan Richards (University of Sussex), Rob Waters (Queen Mary University London) and Kristy Warren (University of Leicester)

23 January 2020:  Black British History A Conversation

20 February 2020: Mapping Black British Archives

5 March 2020:  Visualizing Black British History

21 May 2020: Digital Black British History

18 June 2020: Historicising Black British Radicalism

2 July 2020: Thinking Black

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