Launched in January 2013, the Race and Resistance network brings together researchers in the history, literature, and culture of anti-racist movements in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, the United States, and beyond.
We meet every Friday during term-time, with sessions taking a variety of formats, including lectures by invited speakers, short research presentations, seminars discussing pre-circulated texts from a range of disciplines, book launches, and film screenings.
All are welcome to attend.
The interdisciplinary research group ‘Race and Resistance across Borders in the Long Twentieth Century’ brings together researchers in the history, literature and culture of anti-racist movements in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, the United States, and beyond.
Events will take place in the TORCH Seminar Room, 3rd Floor of the Radcliffe Humanities Building, Oxford University (unless otherwise stated), and lunch will be provided at the lunchtime meetings.
8th May, 12.30 – 2.30pm: (**please note change of time and place)
Film screening of When Voices Rise, followed by discussion with civil rights activist, Dr Kingsley Tweed.
Eccles Room, Pembroke College
When Voices Rise is a 2002 documentary focusing on the civil rights movement in Bermuda and the struggle to end segregation in the 1950s. The film was directed by Errol Williams and features an interview with Dr Kingsley Tweed, founder of Bermuda’s Black Brotherhood.