History of Africans in NI

WORKSHOP, Queen’s University Belfast

Auditorium, McClay Library, 17 June 2017, 1pm-5p

History: “History of Africans in Northern Ireland”, 1pm
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Bill Hart (Ulster University), “Africans in 18th and 19th C. Northern Ireland”

Philippa Robinson, “The Irishman from West Africa. Dr Armattoe in Derry, 1938-50”

Eric Morier-Genoud (Queen’s University), “Africans at Queen’s University, 1942-68”

Rountable: “The Black Children of Ulster”, 3pm
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Tim Brannigan, author of “Where are you really from?” (2010)

Annie Yellowe Palma, author of “For the Love of a mother” (2017)

Book launch, 4,30pm
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Please register (free) for catering purposes on: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/

All welcome. Tea and coffee served between the panels.

With the support of the School of History, Anthropology, Politics & Philosophy

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