Talking about Africans in Tudor England on the Colourful Radio Lester Holloway Breakfast Show
Bright and early yesterday morning I headed to the Colourful Radio studio, which is tucked away inside the Oval Cricket Ground, to have a chat with Lester Holloway. He'd got in touch after reading my last blog, on Elizabeth I and the 'Blackamoors': the Deportation that never was, and wanted to hear more about Africans in Tudor England. You can listen to our conversation below. Do add a comment and join in with the debate!
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Dr. Miranda Kaufmann is a historian of Black British History living in North Wales. You can read a fuller bio here, and contact her here.
Michael Ohajuru's Black Africans in Renaissance Europe blog
Temi Odumosu's The Image of Black website
The UCL Legacies of British Slave-ownership project Database and blog
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database
The Black Presence in Britain
Jeffrey Green's website, on Africans in 19th and early 20th Century Britain