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What's Happening in Black British History? III

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The aim of Black British History at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies is to foster a creative dialogue between researchers, educationalists (mainstream and supplementary), archivists and curators, and policy makers.It will seek to identify and ...

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What's Happening in Black British History III - Final Thoughts and Conclusion

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Final Thoughts and Conclusions Chair: Michael Ohajuru Panel Sean Creighton, Miranda Kaufmann, Abdul Mohamud, Paul Reid, Martin Spafford

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Final Thoughts and Conclusion

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Advolly Richmond

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Three: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries God and Coffee: The Forgotten Story of the Reverend Thomas Birch Freeman, Botanist Chair: Miranda Kaufmann (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Advolly Richmond (Independent Researcher)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Advolly Richmond

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jan Marsh

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Three: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries Re-framing the Nation Chair: Miranda Kaufmann (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Jan Marsh (National Portrait Gallery)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jan Marsh

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jeffrey Green

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Three: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries The murderer, the servant, and Lady Mary Grey: Victorian Africans and the historical record Chair: Miranda Kaufmann (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Jeffrey Green (Independent Historian)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jeffrey Green

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Robin Whitburn & Abdullah Mohamud

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Two: Teaching Black British History Doing Justice to the teaching of Black British history in the classroom Chair: Kwaku (African Histories Revisited) Robin Whitburn (Institute of Education) Adbullah Mohamud (Hampstead School)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Robin Whitburn & Abdullah Mohamud

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Dema Wonga

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Two: Teaching Black British History Inclusive Curriculum: Learning to see the diversity of Britain Chair: Kwaku (African Histories Revisited) Dema Wonga (Narrative Eye)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Dema Wonga

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Martin Spafford

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Two: Teaching Black British History The new GCSE course on migration to Britain: Black British history on the official exam curriculum Chair: Kwaku (African Histories Revisited) Martin Spafford (Retired history teacher)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Martin Spafford

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - David Killingray

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session One: Challenging the Conventional Narratives Black British history is happening - but to what end? Chair: Rovianne Matovu (Freelance Museum Educator) David Killingray (ICwS)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - David Killingray

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Catherine Johnson

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session One: Challenging the Conventional Narratives Looking at Our Past Through Fiction: Engaging Young Readers With Black British History Chair: Rovianne Matovu (Freelance Museum Educator) Catherine Johnson (Author and Educationalist)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Catherine Johnson

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Ryan Hanley

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session One: Challenging the Conventional Narratives A More Interesting Narrative: Moving beyond Equiano and Slavery in the study of Eighteenth-Century Black British Writing Chair: Rovianne Matovu (Freelance Museum Educator) Ryan Hanley (New College, Oxford)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
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What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Ryan Hanley

Latest Episodes

What's Happening in Black British History III - Final Thoughts and Conclusion

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Final Thoughts and Conclusions Chair: Michael Ohajuru Panel Sean Creighton, Miranda Kaufmann, Abdul Mohamud, Paul Reid, Martin Spafford

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Final Thoughts and Conclusion

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Advolly Richmond

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Three: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries God and Coffee: The Forgotten Story of the Reverend Thomas Birch Freeman, Botanist Chair: Miranda Kaufmann (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Advolly Richmond (Independent Researcher)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Advolly Richmond

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jan Marsh

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Three: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries Re-framing the Nation Chair: Miranda Kaufmann (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Jan Marsh (National Portrait Gallery)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jan Marsh

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jeffrey Green

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Three: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries The murderer, the servant, and Lady Mary Grey: Victorian Africans and the historical record Chair: Miranda Kaufmann (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Jeffrey Green (Independent Historian)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 3 – Jeffrey Green

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Robin Whitburn & Abdullah Mohamud

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Two: Teaching Black British History Doing Justice to the teaching of Black British history in the classroom Chair: Kwaku (African Histories Revisited) Robin Whitburn (Institute of Education) Adbullah Mohamud (Hampstead School)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Robin Whitburn & Abdullah Mohamud

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Dema Wonga

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Two: Teaching Black British History Inclusive Curriculum: Learning to see the diversity of Britain Chair: Kwaku (African Histories Revisited) Dema Wonga (Narrative Eye)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Dema Wonga

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Martin Spafford

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session Two: Teaching Black British History The new GCSE course on migration to Britain: Black British history on the official exam curriculum Chair: Kwaku (African Histories Revisited) Martin Spafford (Retired history teacher)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 2 - Martin Spafford

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - David Killingray

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session One: Challenging the Conventional Narratives Black British history is happening - but to what end? Chair: Rovianne Matovu (Freelance Museum Educator) David Killingray (ICwS)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - David Killingray

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Catherine Johnson

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session One: Challenging the Conventional Narratives Looking at Our Past Through Fiction: Engaging Young Readers With Black British History Chair: Rovianne Matovu (Freelance Museum Educator) Catherine Johnson (Author and Educationalist)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Catherine Johnson

What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Ryan Hanley

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History III Session One: Challenging the Conventional Narratives A More Interesting Narrative: Moving beyond Equiano and Slavery in the study of Eighteenth-Century Black British Writing Chair: Rovianne Matovu (Freelance Museum Educator) Ryan Hanley (New College, Oxford)

-1 s2015 OCT 29
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History III - Session 1 - Ryan Hanley