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What's Happening in Black British History? V

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Following the success of our previous events in London, Liverpool, and Bristol, we would like to invite you to the fifth of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies’ Black British History Workshops (WHBBH5) at Senate House, London, on Thursday 27 Octobe...

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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Final Thoughts and Conclusions

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Three: Identity and Involvement in Doing Justice to Black British History in Schools Chairs: Abdul Mohamud and Robin Whitburn (Justice2History) The importance of Black British History and the struggle for education in 21st century London André Burton (PGCE student, Institute of Education, UCL)

32 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Final Thoughts and Conclusions

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Keynote Address: Prof Kehinde Andrews

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Keynote address Professor Kehinde Andrews (Birmingham City University)

22 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Keynote Address: Prof Kehinde Andrews

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Heather Marks

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session One: Beyond Mary Prince: Black Women in Dialogue Chair: Deirdre Osborne (Reader in English Literature and Drama, Goldsmiths, University of London) Women and Windrush Heather Marks (MA student, Goldsmiths)

30 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Heather Marks

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Janet Sebastian

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Chair: Deirdre Osborne (Reader in English Literature and Drama, Goldsmiths, University of London) Session One: Beyond Mary Prince: Black Women in Dialogue The MA in Black British Writing: From Fiction to Fact Janet Sebastian (MA student, Goldsmiths)

10 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Janet Sebastian

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Munira Mohamed and Monique Baptiste-Brown

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Reclaiming heritage: Black Cultural Archives' methodology for curating living heritage and evaluating the recent co-curated exhibition, Rastafari in Motion Munira Mohamed (Learning Manager, Black Cultural Archives) Monique Baptiste-Brown (Communications and Marketing Manager, Black Cultural Archives)

22 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Munira Mohamed and Monique Baptiste-Brown

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Kate Morrison

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) 'Go back & fetch what you forgot': building a fictional character from the archives Kate Morrison (Writer and Visiting Scholar, Book, Text and Place 1500-1750 Research Centre, Bath Spa University)

13 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Kate Morrison

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Grace Quansah

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Empowering Young Voices to Explore Heritage Grace Quansah (Director, WAPPY: Writing, Acting & Publishing Project for Youngsters)

20 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Grace Quansah

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Sophie Lillington

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Down in the Forest: a first foray into Black History Sophie Lillington (Museum & Heritage Manager, Epping Forest, City of London Corporation)

20 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Sophie Lillington

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Sharon Aninakwa

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Three: Identity and Involvement in Doing Justice to Black British History in Schools Chairs: Abdul Mohamud and Robin Whitburn (Justice2History) Black Women in History and the School Sharon Aninakwa (Head of History at the Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College, Harlesden)

24 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Sharon Aninakwa

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Thabo Stuck

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Three: Identity and Involvement in Doing Justice to Black British History in Schools Chairs: Abdul Mohamud and Robin Whitburn (Justice2History) Becoming a 'Choreographer': challenges to doing justice to history Thabo Stuck (History teacher, The BRIT School for Performing Arts, Croydon)

8 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Thabo Stuck

Latest Episodes

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Final Thoughts and Conclusions

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Three: Identity and Involvement in Doing Justice to Black British History in Schools Chairs: Abdul Mohamud and Robin Whitburn (Justice2History) The importance of Black British History and the struggle for education in 21st century London André Burton (PGCE student, Institute of Education, UCL)

32 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Final Thoughts and Conclusions

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Keynote Address: Prof Kehinde Andrews

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Keynote address Professor Kehinde Andrews (Birmingham City University)

22 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Keynote Address: Prof Kehinde Andrews

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Heather Marks

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session One: Beyond Mary Prince: Black Women in Dialogue Chair: Deirdre Osborne (Reader in English Literature and Drama, Goldsmiths, University of London) Women and Windrush Heather Marks (MA student, Goldsmiths)

30 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Heather Marks

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Janet Sebastian

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Chair: Deirdre Osborne (Reader in English Literature and Drama, Goldsmiths, University of London) Session One: Beyond Mary Prince: Black Women in Dialogue The MA in Black British Writing: From Fiction to Fact Janet Sebastian (MA student, Goldsmiths)

10 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session One: Janet Sebastian

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Munira Mohamed and Monique Baptiste-Brown

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Reclaiming heritage: Black Cultural Archives' methodology for curating living heritage and evaluating the recent co-curated exhibition, Rastafari in Motion Munira Mohamed (Learning Manager, Black Cultural Archives) Monique Baptiste-Brown (Communications and Marketing Manager, Black Cultural Archives)

22 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Munira Mohamed and Monique Baptiste-Brown

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Kate Morrison

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) 'Go back & fetch what you forgot': building a fictional character from the archives Kate Morrison (Writer and Visiting Scholar, Book, Text and Place 1500-1750 Research Centre, Bath Spa University)

13 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Kate Morrison

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Grace Quansah

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Empowering Young Voices to Explore Heritage Grace Quansah (Director, WAPPY: Writing, Acting & Publishing Project for Youngsters)

20 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Grace Quansah

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Sophie Lillington

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Two: Recovering and Engaging the Public with Black British Histories Chair: Professor Philip Murphy (Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies) Down in the Forest: a first foray into Black History Sophie Lillington (Museum & Heritage Manager, Epping Forest, City of London Corporation)

20 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Two: Sophie Lillington

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Sharon Aninakwa

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Three: Identity and Involvement in Doing Justice to Black British History in Schools Chairs: Abdul Mohamud and Robin Whitburn (Justice2History) Black Women in History and the School Sharon Aninakwa (Head of History at the Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College, Harlesden)

24 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Sharon Aninakwa

What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Thabo Stuck

Institute of Commonwealth Studies What's Happening in Black British History? V Workshop Session Three: Identity and Involvement in Doing Justice to Black British History in Schools Chairs: Abdul Mohamud and Robin Whitburn (Justice2History) Becoming a 'Choreographer': challenges to doing justice to history Thabo Stuck (History teacher, The BRIT School for Performing Arts, Croydon)

8 min2016 OCT 27
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What's Happening in Black British History? V - Session Three: Thabo Stuck
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