Black London: Black History in London from Tudors to Today
University of Westminster
Area of Study
African Studies, Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, European Studies, History, Indigenous Studies, Latin American Studies, Multicultural Studies, Southeast Asian Studies
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
This module places communities of colour, often marginalised, at the very centre of London’s history from the Tudors to today. It explores the long and rich history of black and brown communities in London, from immigrant communities originating from Africa, South-East Asia and the Caribbean, to colonial and African-American soldiers in the modern period. In doing so, it raises important question about race, diversity and multi-culturalism. It looks at questions of exclusion and racism; agency and activism; diversity and multi-culturalism. Crucially, it shows students how black and brown communities have shaped –and continue to shape –London.
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