Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Black and Asian Britain seminars

Black and Asian Britain seminars

Organised by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, in conjunction with the Black & Asian Studies Association
Senate House, University of London, Russell Square, London WC1
6 to 7.30 pm, room G34, except for March 29 – room G37
Everyone is welcome. You do not have to pre-book/register. (Contact:

Final seminar for 2010
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Jan Marsh (National Portrait Gallery), Black kings and horsemen in European art 1400-1700 : how can we find out more about them?

Seminars January – June 2011

Tuesday, 18 January - Hakim Adi, The West African Students Union - A Photographic History

Tuesday, 15 February Leslie James, 'Playing the Russian Game': British government attempts to suppress George Padmore's criticism of colonialism, 1945-1949

Tuesday, 29 March Donald Hinds, Slavery, should there be an apology and reparation? Who should make it and who should say 'Thank you. It was long overdue! Now I am truly free?’

Tuesday, 19 April Brian Joyce, Black People in a Kentish Conurbation: The Medway Towns Before 1914

Tuesday, 17 May Christian Høgsbjerg, Mariner, Renegade and Castaway: Chris Braithwaite, the Colonial Seamen's Association and class struggle Pan-Africanism in late Imperial Britain

Tuesday, 14 June Onyeka (no title yet – will be on some aspect of the life of Africans in Tudor Britain)

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