Posts tagged with ‘Institute for the Study of Slavery’

ISOS Panel Discussion: Experiences of Black Academics in the UK’s HE Sector

A panel of five Black academics from a range of scholarly disciplines who will discuss their personal experiences of learning and working at universities across the UK.

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Institute for the Study of Slavery Annual Public Lecture

Caribbean Slavery, Capitalism and the Making of Modern Britain in the Long Eighteenth Century with Professor Trevor Burnard, University of Melbourne.

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Making Black histories visible in Cotton Heritage venues in the Derwent Valley

Presented by the School of Geography and Institute for the Study of Slavery in association with the AHRC Global Cotton Connections project and Nottingham Slave Trade Legacies group.

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Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners – with David Olusoga

Join David Olusoga, historian and broadcaster, and Katie Donington, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, as they discusses ‘Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners’ following the BBC Two documentary broadcast earlier this year. Expect a look at the scale of the slave trade, and the extraordinary choice by the government of the day to compensate slave owners for their ‘loss of property’.

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ISOS Annual Public Lecture 2015

The ISOS Annual Lecture will be delivered by Prof Robin Law, Emeritus Professor of African History (University of Stirling) on ‘Provisioning the slave trade: the supply of corn on the seventeenth-century Gold Coast’.

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