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1 Creative Commons The Role of Social Endometriosis Research in Improving Care and Addressing Intersectional Health Disparities Dr Annalise Weckesser will discuss her qualitative studies exploring women’s experiences of endometriosis and doctors’ perspectives on treating the condition and how to improve care. Annalise Weckesser 01 Jul 2022
2 An excerpt from ‘The History of Mary Prince’ Book reading 7. Treasure Tannock 25 Jan 2022
3 Shackles of the Past by David Critchley Book reading 6. Wendy Davis Johnson 25 Jan 2022
4 Our Lady of Labour: Dr Barbara Ball Book reading 5. Ottiwell Simmons 25 Jan 2022
5 Bermuda and The Struggle for Reform: Race, Politics and Ideology, 1944-1998 Book reading 4. Walton Brown Jr 25 Jan 2022
6 Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 and Dr E. F. Gordon: Hero of Bermuda’s Working Class Book reading 3. Dale Butler 25 Jan 2022
7 Island Flames: Murder, Execution and Racial Enmity – The Real Story of Bermuda’s 1977 Riots Book reading 2. Jonathan Smith 25 Jan 2022
8 Second Class Citizens: First Class Men Book reading 1. Eva Hodgson 25 Jan 2022
9 The Intersection of Women’s Suffrage and Race Speaker name Kim Caines Race, Law and History, talk 5. Kimberley Caines 24 Jan 2022
10 400 years of Courts in Bermuda, 1616-2016, Towards a Vision of Non-Racial Justice Race, Law and History, talk 1 Ian Kawaley, Chen Foley 24 Jan 2022
11 Introduction to 'Racialisation in (post)colonial Bermuda: Past and Present' Racialisation in (post)colonial Bermuda: Past and Present, talk 1. Kristy Warren 24 Jan 2022
12 A Life of Resistance 1959 – 2018 The Pursuit of Equality and Justice: Past and Present, talk 3 Linda Bogle-Meinzer 18 Jan 2022
13 Race, Resistance and Fiction 1959 – 2018 The Pursuit of Equality and Justice: Past and Present, talk 1 Nicholas Tweed 13 Jan 2022
14 A Consequence of Abolition: Racialised Policies .1612 - 1834 Founding of Bermuda and the Fight for Freedom, talk 4 Walton Brown 13 Jan 2022
15 Colonialism, Enslavement and Resistance 1612 - 1834 Founding of Bermuda and the Fight for Freedom, talk 1 Mike Jarvis 13 Jan 2022
16 Welcome and opening address by event hosts Opening address from Kristin White and readings from the event hosts. Kristin White, Wale Adebanwi, Stephen Tuck, Rajai Denbrook 13 Jan 2022
17 Art and Action: Benjamin Zephaniah in Conversation Part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. Benjamin Zephaniah, Elleke Boehmer, Malachi McIntosh, Wes Williams 31 Aug 2021
18 A Tale of Two Women: Sally Bassett, Mary Prince and the True Story of Slavery in Bermuda Second talk on the 1612 - 1834 Founding of Bermuda and the Fight for Freedom panel, with ajala omodele. Ajala Omodele 14 Jul 2021
19 English folk tunes, borders, nationalism and race Dr Alice Little speaks with folk musicians and researchers Cohen Braithwaite- Kilcoyne, Nicola Beazley, Stewart Hardy, Tom Kitching, and Marie Bashiru about the borders of English folk music - regionally, racially, and conceptually. Alice Little, Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne, Nicola Beazley, Stewart Hardy 10 May 2021
20 Talking Afropean Talking Afropean: Johny Pitts in conversation with Elleke Boehmer and Simukai Chigudu about his award-winning book. Johny Pitts, Elleke Boehmer, Simukai Chigudu 20 Nov 2020
21 Global histories of hierarachy? Reflections from India on Caste, race and the Black Lives Matter movement Nayanika Mathur (Oxford) and Rosalind O'Hanlon (Oxford) give a talk for the Modern South Asian Studies seminars on the Black Lives Matter movement. Nayanika Mathur, Rosalind O'Hanlon 11 Nov 2020
22 How 2020 is changing newsrooms around the world Rasmus Nielsen speaks to Federica Cherubini about her report looking at the central challenges facing news organisations in 2020 according to a survey of 136 newsroom leaders from around the world Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Frederica Cherubini 09 Nov 2020
23 Creative Commons Race and Empire, 1660-1760 Ruth Scobie lectures on race and empire, 1660-1760. Ruth Scobie 14 Mar 2019
24 2018 Harmsworth Lecture - War, Race and Anti-Imperialism in Merze Tate's International Thought Professor Barbara Savage, (Pennsylvania), gives the 2018 Harmsworth lecture. Barbara Savage 03 Dec 2018
25 2018 Harmsworth Lecture - War, Race and Anti-Imperialism in Merze Tate’s International Thought Professor Barbara Savage, (Pennsylvania), gives the 2018 Harmsworth lecture. Barbara Savage 19 Nov 2018
26 What Next for Social Policy Professor Fiona Williams explores how contemporary social movements – especially those around gender, race, migration, disability, austerity and the environment – pose material, political and ethical questions as to how we are to live our lives. Fiona Williams 09 Nov 2018
27 All Souls Seminar: 'Shared Beginnings? The Role of Race' Dr. Coretta Philips and Dr. Alpa Parmar London School of Economics and University of Oxford Alpa Parmar, Coretta Philips 02 Aug 2018
28 Texts, Talks and Tailoring: Adichie and her Fashion Politics Matthew Lecznar assesses the fashion politics of Adichie's fiction and public discourse Matthew Lecznar 03 Apr 2016
29 Racialization and immigrant incorporation Ali R Chaudhary gives a sociological overview of current research on assimilation, multiculturalism and other approaches used to understand dynamics of social organisation and inequality among immigrants and native-born groups in North America and Europe Ali R Chaudhary 22 Feb 2016
30 'Political Theory at the Margins' Keynote: The Role of Race Delivered by Nathaniel Adam Tobias Coleman (University College London) Nathaniel Adam Tobias Coleman 16 Sep 2015
31 Creative Commons The neocolonial prison and the ‘mark’ of whiteness in current Argentina: Race, gender and chronopolitics in media accounts of incarcerated immigrant population Victoria Pereyra (Warwick University) Victoria Pereyra 31 Mar 2014
32 Creative Commons Race and Resistance Across Borders in the Long Twentieth Century Elleke Boehmer and Imaobong Umoren talk about their research network which is investigating how twentieth-century activists, artists and intellectuals challenged racially oppressive hierarchies and sought to achieve equality. Elleke Boehmer, Imaobong Umoren 24 May 2013
33 Creative Commons 2012 Annual African Studies lecture. Diaspora and Spiritual Awakening: Religion and the Politics of Race and Empire in the Life of Kwame Nkrumah Emmanuel Akyeampong (Harvard) gives the 2012 Annual African Studies Centre Lecture. Emmanuel Akyeampong 22 May 2012
34 Towards a Fairer Society Dr Sally Mapstone, Hugh Dent MBE, Professor Fiona Caldicott and Peter Quinn discuss the issue of equality and diversity specifically within the University of Oxford, looking at gender, race and disability issues. It was filmed at the Alumni Weekend 2011. Sally Mapstone, Hugh Dent, Fiona Caldicott, Peter Quinn 20 Oct 2011
35 Race, kinship, genetics and the ambivalence of identity A paper presented at the University of Oxford School of Anthropology Departmental Seminar on Friday 15 October 2010 by Professor Peter Wade, University of Manchester. Peter Wade 27 Oct 2010
36 Creative Commons The Tragedie Of Othello, the Moore of Venice. ePub version of text THE TRAGEDIE OF Othello, the Moore of Venice. / Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. William Shakespeare 18 Oct 2010
37 Creative Commons Othello First in Emma Smith's Approaching Shakespeare lecture series; looking at the central question of race and its significance in the play. Emma Smith 18 Oct 2010
38 Learning Differently, Teaching Inclusively Dr David Mills presents from an academic viewpoint on the University of Oxford's efforts to promote an inclusive environment for learning. David Mills 05 Jan 2010
39 Race Equality Network: Our Network Keynote speech of the launch of the University of Oxford Race Equality Network, delivered by Karen Chouhan, Director of Equanomics and one of the Joseph Rowntree visionaries. Karen Chouhan 05 Jan 2010
40 Learning Differently, Teaching Inclusively Dr David Mills presents from an academic viewpoint on the University of Oxford's efforts to promote an inclusive environment for learning. David Mills 05 Jan 2010
41 He's got the whole world in his hands: US History and its discontents in the Obama Era Robin Kelley's inaugral lecture comments on the absence of discussion about race as connected to Barak Obama's presidency, particularly in light of American history and politics. Robin D Kelley 01 Dec 2009
42 Boat Race Naming Ceremony 2009 The 2009 Boat Race naming ceremony. John Bell 28 May 2009