Black History Month 2019 – From our Archive


Black History Month 2019, gives us an exciting opportunity to remind ourselves of some of the ways in which aspects of black history and experience have been addressed in CRASSH.

Steven Connor, Director, CRASSH


Black History Month, which has been celebrated in the UK since 1987, gives us an exciting opportunity to remind ourselves of some of the ways in which aspects of black history and experience have been addressed in CRASSH. We have been looking back through our archives to showcase a selection of events from the past few years. We hope you find them interesting and engaging; further content can be found in our Media Section or on our YouTube Channel.

 


 

QUENTIN SKINNER LECTURE, 17 June 2019
Dr Emma Hunter – Rethinking Liberties in Twentieth-Century African


INTERNATIONAL BLACK RADICALISM RESEARCH NETWORK SEMINAR,
16 January 2019 (audio only)
Performing Black Radicalism in a Colourblind World


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 28 November 2018
Homi Bhabha – The Burdened Life: On Migration and the Humanities (Extracts)

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 15 November 2018
Homi Bhabha in Conversation

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 16 May 2018
Reni Eddo-Lodge and Heidi Safia Mirza in Conversation

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 15 May 2018
Reni Eddo-Lodge and Priyamvada Gopal in Conversation

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 12 March 2018
Sara Ahmed: Complaint as Diversity Work

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 5 March 2018
Sara Ahmed: Uses of Use – Diversity, Utility and the University

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 4 May 2017
A Black Feminist Conversation – Patricia Williams and Heidi Mirza

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 3 May 2017
Other People’s Children – Patricia Williams

 


CRASSH IMPACT SERIES, 2 May 2017
In Conversation – Patricia Williams and Paul Gilroy

 


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Posted: Friday 25 October 2019

Contributor: Judith Weik

Tags: black history month


Black History Month 2019 – From our Archive

National Women's Day, National University of Lesotho, September 1993

Photograph by K Kendall via Flickr. CC BY 2.0.