School of History, Philosophy and Culture Public Lecture
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Who this event is for
Union Hall, John Henry Brookes Building (JHB), Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane site
Blackamoores: Africans in Tudor England with speaker Dr Onyeka Nubia.
This lecture will present Onyeka Nubia's findings from the 250,000 plus artifacts and documents that he gathered during more than 25 years of research. Some of this evidence was collected from archives and parish records across England and Europe.
About the speaker:
Onyeka has written three
novels, The Black Prince,
Waiting to Explode and The
Phoenix, which was awarded
the 2009 African Achievers
award for Communication and
He has also written three plays
and his recent book,
Blackamoores: Africans in
Tudor England, their
Presence, Status and Origins,
is a ground breaking historical
publication that highlights the
significance of the presence of
African people in Tudor