The third in a series of three illustrated podcasts about the history of the Windrush migrants – about how Britain became home, and about how it has often also been a hostile environment in which to live and bring up kids.
The second in a series of three illustrated podcasts about the history of the Windrush migrants – arriving in the imperial ‘mother country’ from British colonies in the Caribbean and looking for work.
The first in a series of three illustrated podcasts about Caribbean migration to Britain after the Windrush – looking at the deep historic connection between the British Isles and the Caribbean, a connection older than Britain itself.
A short (2min) video about why Humanities research and education are important:
It is a cut-down version of the longer talk that featured in this post and a sort of rough draft of a more polished video that I’m currently working on with colleagues from Digital Learning at the University of Southampton.