black UK

The Politics of Remembering the History of Race and the University

Friday 22 April 2022, 7-8.45pm Nissan Theatre, St Antony’s College, 62 Woodstock Road, Oxfrod, OX2 6JF

Oxford Radcliffe Camera

Click here to book your ticket to attend in person

You can view the Livestream here


Meleisa Ono-George– Associate Professor and Brittenden Fellow in Black British History at the Queen’s College, University of Oxford.

Pamela Roberts– an award-winning creative producer, historian and Director of Black Oxford: Untold Stories.

Simukai Chigudu- Associate Professor of African Politics at the Oxford Department of International Development and Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford University

Mishka Sinha– Research Associate at St. John’s College and co-director of the ‘St. John’s and the Colonial Past’ project.

This panel event is a reflection by four speakers on their own experiences of writing, researching and teaching the subject of race in universities, including at Oxford, while also drawing on knowledge and experience from a range of institutions.  Bringing together a distinguished panel of activists, academics and historians in the community, our speakers will reflect on the challenges and opportunities involved in grappling with institutional histories, and what is at stake. 

The event will include a performance by the Unlock the Chains Collective’s Euton Daley and Amantha Edmead.

Tickets are available for in person attendance.


While there are no current COVID-19 restrictions, there remains a risk of COVID-19 transmission.

As such we encourage attendees to take steps to reduce COVID-19 risks, and be considerate towards others. This includes:

  • Letting fresh air in when indoors
  • Respecting those who choose to wear a face covering
  • Respecting other people’s space
  • Please do not attend this event if you have a fever or any flu like symptoms or have tested positive for COVID19.

Click here to book your ticket to attend in person

You can view the Livestream here

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.