Selected Further Resources for Research and Study

The REAG will post information about resources as we receive them here.  This list is not exhaustive or prescriptive.

Hilary Term 2021 events of interest:

TORCH - Race and Resistance: The Future of Black. British Studies with Kenetta Perry:
Dr Kennetta Hammond Perry serves as the director of Stephen Lawrence Research Centre (SLC) at De Montfort University. Her research interests include Black British History, transnational race politics, Black women's history, archives of Black Europe, and anti-racist movements for citizenship, recognition & social justice throughout the African diaspora. 
In a talk moderated by Jade Bentil and Iyone Agboraw, she will discuss both the work of the SLC and the future of Black British History Studies. 
This event took place on Friday 22 January, and is available to watch on YouTube

Transnational and Global History Seminar this term has several papers engaging with questions of race and identity

American History Research Seminar this term has many papers engaging with questions of race and with the experiences of enslaved people

History of the Gendered Body Seminar (via Zoom - Email Catherine.phipps@history.ox.ac.uk / Alice.billington@history.ox.ac.uk for a link)
Friday 29 January, 10:00-11:30 - Robin Mitchell -The Black Gendered Body in Nineteenth-Century France
Friday 5 February, 10:00-11:30 - Todd Shephard - Sex, France and Arab Men, 1962-1979

Modern British History Seminar (via Zoom - Email andrew.moeller@kellogg.ox.ac.uk for a link)
Thursday 11 March, 17:00 - Philippa Levine - Slavery and the Art of Race

Iberian History Seminar
Wednesday 24 February, 16:30 – Gariel de Avliez Rocha - Margins of liberation on the Tejo: Positioning mariners of color in sixteenth-century Lisbon
Wednesday 10 March, 16:30Cervantine Blackness

Oxford Political Thought Seminar
Thursday 25 February, 15:30 – Melvin Rogers, African American Political Thought: A Collected History
Friday 5 March, 12:00 – Sudir Hazareesingh, Black Spartacus: The Epic Life of Toussaint Louverture 

International History of East Asia Seminar this term has several papers engaging with questions of race and identity