Researching Black British History
Discover the fantastic collections available for researching Black British History and learn more about research techniques and challenges.
In this 2-hour workshop, History staff and postgraduate students at The University of Manchester will discuss their current projects, partnership with the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, archives at a local and national level, and how to conduct oral history interviews.
All welcome, and please book in advance.
• Xavier Banson, MA History student whose dissertation is entitled ‘Conflict and Community: Social and Cultural Interactions between African and Caribbean Populations in Black Britain, 1989-2010.’
• Zalirah Cooper, second year PhD student working on thesis entitled ‘Black British History in the North of England: 1970’s-1980’s.’
• Dr Eloise Moss, Senior Lecturer in Modern British History.
• Jessica White, third year PhD student working on thesis entitled ‘Motherhood, womanhood, and selfhood: constructing female identities in the inner city, 1970-2000.’
This event will take place online.
To book your place, please register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/researching-black-british-history-tickets-123477684077
The joining details will be emailed on the day of the event.
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