The Life of Antiguan James Arthur Harley 1873 – 1943 – online illustrative course

26 May 2020

Following in the footsteps of James Arthur Harley from Antigua, America to England as he leaves his island home of Antigua in the 1890s to navigate the double complexities of oppressive racism in America and England to achieve an esteemed education, become a history maker and fulfil his childhood vocation – but at what price?A three-week in-depth illustrative course for people interested in social history, black history, early African American history, church history.

A three-week in-depth illustrative course for people interested in social history, black history, early African American history, church history.

The course covers

  • Post-Emancipation Antigua
  • Caribbean migration to America
  • Black scholars at Ivy league intuitions c. 1900s
  • Washington black elite
  • The Church of England in the Edwardian era
  • The Great War

Costs £63.00 includes a booking fee

The course is delivered online via Zoom by Pamela Roberts FRSA, FRHistS, Eccles Centre Visiting Fellow and the Founder and Director of Black Oxford Untold Stories https://www.blackoxford.net

To register:  https://www.blackoxford.net/on-line-programmes

The Zoom link and password will be sent on receipt of payment.