What is the reparative history of race?
Kennetta Perry (DMU - Stephen Lawrence Centre), Shahmima Akhtar (RHUL, former RHS Past and Present Fellow in Race, Ethnicity and Equality), Jessica Moody (Bristol). Chair: Madhu Krishnan (Centre for Black Humanities, Bristol)
This webinar responds to the RHS Report into Race, Ethnicity & Equality (2018) – which highlighted serious issues around race, representation and the black experience in UK academia and in the historical profession specifically – by asking what a ‘Reparative History of Race’ means. There will be presentations from speakers, followed by a discussion.
This seminar is co-hosted by the Centre for Black Humanities and the Department of History as part of their Black History Month programme of events.