Black and Asian British history seminar
Tuesday, March 13 2012 (room S349 Senate House 3rd floor)6 to 7.30 pm,
Tessa Hosking, 'Medieval Perceptions'
The 12th and 13th centuries were imbued with religious prejudice. Yet Europeans who were travelling to Africa or Asia then betrayed little or no sense of racial prejudice in their writings. What can we learn from this?
Organised by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, in conjunction with the Black & Asian Studies Association at Senate House, University of London, Russell Square, London WC1
Everyone is welcome. You do not have to pre-book/register. (Contact: Marika.Sherwood@sas.ac.uk)
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