Black Mobilities Conference
BLACK MOBILITIES IN THE ATLANCTIC WORLD International Conference Institute for Black Atlantic Research University of Central Lancashire 13-14 January 2022 | online via Microsoft Teams…
Two New Research Fellows at IBAR
We welcome our new Research Fellows, Dr Astrid Haas and Dr Nicole Willson, who have both taken up appointments at IBAR in September 2019. Astrid…
Black Women & Black Nationalism: EU Horizon 2020 research project
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research program under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 706741-BWBN From August 2016 to…
The Birth of a Nation: Regions, Nations and the Transnational, Symposium, Whitworth Gallery, 28-29 May 2015
Co-hosted by IBAR, the second symposium of the network, Art, Culture and Ethics in Black and White: 100 Years of The Birth of a Nation…
Visit to David Livingstone’s Archive, Livingstone Museum, Zambia
Transcription of David Livingstone's description of the Victoria Falls, from the Livingstone Museum Archive, Livingstone, Zambia
Thin Black Line(s)
Thin Black Line(s) 2011/2012 Tate Britain re-assessed a lost curatorial moment and illustrated the connectivity and influence of black women artists working in London in the 1980s on contemporary art practice at the turn of the century.
Images and Conversations from the 1980’s
The show-reel produced by Susan Walsh played a central role in the Tate Britain display Thin Black Line(s).
Significant Other: Invisible People
an attempt to give recognition to the varied histories and skills of the many homeless people.