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Following the success of our previous events in London, Liverpool, Bristol, Preston, Huddersfield and Leicester, we would like to invite you to the fourteenth of the What's Happening in Black British History? Workshops (WHBBHXIV), which will be held at Bangor University in North Wales on Saturday 14 May 2022. The event will be focused on Welsh Black History, with a keynote from Professor Charlotte Williams, OBE, followed by sessions exploring the latest developments in Wales, histories from the Victorian Age through to the interwar years, and artistic and poetic responses. The day will end with a Drinks Reception with music.

Fees

  • General Admission: £24
  • Concession (student/unwaged): £12


10:00-10:45am Keynote

10:45am-12:30pm Session One: New Developments in Welsh Black History

12:30-1:15pm Lunch

1:15-3pm Session Two: Welsh Black Histories from the Victorian Age to the 1930s

3:00-3:30pm Break

3:30-5:15pm Session Three: Exploring Welsh Black History through Art and Poetry

5:15-5:45pm Reflections on the Day

5:45-6:45pm Drinks Reception with Music

Download the full conference programme in English.

Download the full conference programme in Welsh.


We are able to offer a small fee and travel bursaries to those speakers without institutional affiliation or support. 



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