The first ‘What’s Happening in Black British History?‘ workshop (WHBBH1) took place on 30 October 2014 in the Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, University of London.
- Workshop Poster
- Workshop Agenda
- Workshop Agenda with Abstracts
- Review of WHBBH1 by Dr Miranda Kaufmann
WHBBH1 Video Recordings:
- Welcome and introduction to the WHBBH series from Professor Philip Murphy, Dr Miranda Kaufmann and Michael Ohajuru.
- Christian Hogsbjerg on ‘The Two Souls of Black British History: Homage to Robert Fryer‘
- Renée Mussai on ‘Archival Lacunae: Black Chronicles II / The Missing Chapter‘
- Adrian Stone on ‘My Genealogical Journey: Using Genealogy, Family History and DNA to tell Black British History‘
- Hannah Ishmael on ‘The Importance of Ephemera in Black History‘
- Kathleen Chater on ‘Researching Black British History before the Windrush: Sources and Challenges‘
- Nigel Browne-Davis on ‘Black Englishmen: Sierra Leoneans in the British Archives‘
- David Olusoga on ‘Television, Radio and the Peculiar Challenge of Black History‘ (Read by Miranda Kaufmann)
The event concluded with a Roundtable Discussion featuring Caroline Bressy, Kathleen Chater, Sean Creighton, Miranda Kaufmann, SI Martin and Tony Warner, chaired by Michael Ohajuru. See below for the video recording:
Photos from the day: