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Data derived from the Bibliography of British and Irish History.

The Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) provides records of over 620,000 publications (books, journal articles, and chapters in edited collections) relating to British and Irish history. 

The Bibliography defines British and Irish history very broadly, and includes extensive records on histories of race, empire and migration. The following list is a selection of BBIH records that relate to Black British History. 

The list offers 412 recent publications in this field. These books, articles and chapters were published between 2010 and 2020, and are ordered by year of publication (starting with the most recently published). Our coverage of recently published titles is ongoing, and further records will be added in future updates of the Bibliography.

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1)The Architects of Integration: Research, Public Policy, and the Institute of Race Relations in Post-imperial Britain
Brett Bebber
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 48.2 (2020) 319-350 Full text 
2)Guerrilla inscription: Transatlantic abolition and the 1851 census
Bridget Bennett
Atlantic Studies: literary, cultural and historical perspectives, 17.3 (2020) 375-398 Full text 
3)A ‘panorama’ of black internationalism: resistance and antagonism in Nancy Cunard’s Negro anthology (1934) 
Rachel Farebrother
Slavery & Abolition, 41.1 (2020) 93-109 Full text 
4)Charlie’s War: The Life and Death of a Black South African in the Canadian Expeditionary Force
Kirrily Freeman
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 48.3 (2020) 456-490 Full text 
5)Britain’s forgotten citizens 
Jorge L. Giovannetti-Torres
History Today, 70.2 (2020) 90-93 
6)Homecoming : Voices of the Windrush Generation  
Colin Grant
(London: Vintage, 2020
7)Cato Street and the Caribbean
Ryan Hanley
in: The Cato Street conspiracy : plotting, counter-intelligence and the revolutionary tradition in Britain and Ireland, ed. by Jason McElligott and Martin Conboy (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020), . 
8)No useless mouth : waging war and fighting hunger in the American Revolution  
Rachel B. Herrmann
(Ithaca (NY): Cornell University Press, 2020)
1 review(s) Full text 
9)Globalising the Haitian Revolution in Black Paris: C.L.R. James, Metropolitan Anti-imperialism in Interwar France and the Writing of intellectThe…  
Christian Høgsbjerg
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 48.3 (2020) 491-519
Full text 
10)Endangered Plantations: Environmental Change and Slavery in the British Caribbean, 1631–1807
Katherine Johnston
Early American Studies: an interdisciplinary journal, 18.3 (2020) 259-286 Full text 
11)For the Duration Only: Interracial Relationships in World War II Britain
Stephanie Makowski
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 29.2 (2020) 222-252 Full text 
12)‘I shall speak out against this and other evils’: African American activism in the British Isles 1865–1903 
Hannah-Rose Murray
Slavery & Abolition, 41.1 (2020) 79-92 Full text 
13)“Fire by Night, Cloud by Day”: Exile and Refuge in Postwar London
Susan D. Pennybacker
Journal of British Studies, 59.1 (2020) 1-31 Full text 
14)Antislavery Literature and the Decline of Hell
James Bryant Reeves
Eighteenth-Century Studies, 53.4 (2020) 571-587 Full text 
15)The Invisible Man of Indecency: Profanity and the Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, an African (1782)
John Saillant
Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 43.2 (2020) 221-238 Full text 
16)In the Name of the Mother: The Story of Susannah Mingo, a Woman of Color in the Early English Atlantic
Jenny Shaw
William and Mary Quarterly, 77.2 (2020) 177-210 Full text 
17)Race, Slavery, and the Problem of Numbers in Early New England: A View from Probate Court
Gloria McCahon Whiting
William and Mary Quarterly, 77.3 (2020) 405-440 Full text 
18)Citizen backlash correspondence: Letters to Enoch Powell after “Rivers of Blood” 
Neal Allen
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 73-84. 
19)The children of the Windrush generation: An oral history study 
Sharon Baptiste
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 14-29. 
20)Conviviality and parallax in David Olusoga’s Black and British: A Forgotten History 
Jack Black
European Journal of Cultural Studies, 22.5-6 (2019) 979-995 Full text 
21)The Stars Campaign for Interracial Friendship and the Notting Hill riots of 1958 
Rick Blackman
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 30-45. 
22)Britain’s brown babies : The stories of children born to black GIs and white women in the Second World War 
Lucy Bland
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019
23)Defying racial prejudice: Second World War relationships between British women and black GIs and the raising of their offspring 
Lucy Bland
Women’s History Review, 28.6 (2019) 853-868 Full text 
24)“Don’t Call Us Immigrants”: The musical and political legacy of reggae in Britain 
Davide Bousquet
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 135-149. 
25)Staging race: Florence Mills, celebrity, identity and performance in 1920s Britain 
Caroline Bressey& Gemma Romain
Women’s History Review, 28.3 (2019) 380-395 Full text 
26)Moments of cooperation and incorporation : African American and African Jamaican connections, 1782-1996  
Erna Brodber
(Kingston, Jamaica: The University of the West Indies Press, 2019)
1 review(s) 
27)Claude McKay, The Workers’ Dreadnought, and collaborative poetics 
Stephanie J. Brown
Literature & History, 28.1 (2019) 27-48 Full text 
28)Complicated lives : free Blacks in Virginia, 1619-1865 
Sheri Burr
(Durham (NC): Carolina Academic Press, 2019
29)Imperial intimacies : a tale of two islands  
Hazel V. Carby
(New York: Verso, 2019
30)The saviour and the revolutionary: Afro-Caribbean responses in a Queensland/New Guinea kidnapping case 
Emma Christopher
Slavery & Abolition, 40.2 (2019) 321-340 Full text 
31)Policing the Windrush Generation 
Sam Collings-Wells
History Today, 69.11 (2019) 12-15 
32)Black Handsworth : race in 1980s Britain 
Kieran Connell
Berkeley series in British studies, 15 (Oakland (CA): University of California Press, [2019])
1 review(s) 
33)Chris Hannan’s What Shadows :What drama? A conversation with the nation 
Pascal Cudicio
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 183-188. 
34)Finding Diana in the Purrysburg Mission Diary, 1739 
Mark J. Dixon
Early American Studies: an interdisciplinary journal, 17.4 (2019) 562-571 Full text 
35)Producing a (cultural) identity: Nation and immigration in Stuart Hall’s writing 
Carlos Navarro González
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 87-102. 
36)Henry Redhead Yorke, colonial radical : politics and identity in the Atlantic world, 1772-1813 
Amanda Goodrich
The Enlightenment world, 33 (London: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2019) Full text 
37)Beyond slavery and abolition : Black British writing, c.1770-1830 
Ryan Hanley
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019)
2 review(s) 
38)Identity, spirit and freedom in the Atlantic world : the Gold Coast and the African diaspora 
Robert Hanserd
Routledge African studies, 31 (New York: Routledge, 2019) Full text 
39)The Speaking and the Dead: Antislavery Poetry’s Fictions of the Person
Andrea Haslanger
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 60.4 (2019) 419-440 Full text 
40)Black New Jersey : 1664 to the present day 
Graham Russell Hodges
(New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, [2019])
1 review(s) 
41)The Empire Windrush migration in international context: Debates about race and colour of skin in British Canada, 1900s–1960s 
Dirk Hoerder
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 210-224. 
42)“The Independence, Energy and Creative Talent of Carnival Can Do Other Wonders”: C.L.R. James on Carnival
Christian Høgsbjerg
Caribbean Quarterly, 65.4 (2019) 513-533 Full text 
43)Ordinary Claims: War, Work, Service, and the Victorian Veteran 
Aeron Hunt
Victorian Studies, 61.3 (2019) 395-418 Full text 
44)Bermuda and the Beginnings of Black Anglo-America 
Michael J. Jarvis
in: Virginia 1619 : Slavery and Freedom in the Making of English America, ed. by Paul Musselwhite, Peter C. Mancall and James Horn (Chapel Hill (NC): University of North Carolina Press, 2019), pp. 108-132. 
45)Race, National Identity, and Responses to Muhammad Ali in 1960s Britain 
Martin Johnes
International Journal of the History of Sport, 36.9-10 (2019) 812-831 Full text 
46)First World War veterans and the state in the French and British Caribbean, 1919-1939 
Michael Joseph
First World War Studies, 10.1 (2019) 31-48 Full text 
47)Framing and legitimising discriminatory immigration policies: A cross-channel survey (1948–1970) 
Vincent Latour& Catherine Puzzo
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 197-209. 
48)The origins of a source: Edward Long, Coromantee slave revolts and The History of Jamaica 
Devin Leigh
Slavery & Abolition, 40.2 (2019) 295-320 Full text 
49)Red round globe hot burning : a tale at the crossroads of commons and closure, of love and terror, of race and class, and of Kate and Ned Despard 
Peter Linebaugh
(Oakland (CA): University of California Press, 2019)
1 review(s) 
50)‘Race’, Black Majority Churches, and the Rise of Ecumenical Multiculturalism in the 1970s 
John Maiden
20th Century British History, 30.4 (2019) 531-556 Full text 
51)Forever other? Black Britons on screen (1959–2016) 
Anne-Lise Marin-Lamellet
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 150-164. 
52)Letters and chronicles from the Windrush generation: Epistolary sorrow, epistolary joy 
Judith Misrahi-Barak
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 119-134. 
53)Virginia Slavery in Atlantic Context, 1550 to 1650 
Philip D. Morgan
in: Virginia 1619 : Slavery and Freedom in the Making of English America, ed. by Paul Musselwhite, Peter C. Mancall and James Horn (Chapel Hill (NC): University of North Carolina Press, 2019), pp. 85-107. 
54)‘With almost electric speed’: mapping African American abolitionists in Britain and Ireland, 1838–1847 
Hannah-Rose Murray
Slavery & Abolition, 40.3 (2019) 522-542 Full text 
55)Victims of empire: WWI ex-servicemen and the colonial economy of wartime sacrifices in postwar British Nigeria 
George N. Njung
First World War Studies, 10.1 (2019) 49-67 Full text 
56)Fables of Conquest: Moral Regression in the Early Modern English State and Empire
William Palmer
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 19.3 (2019) 162-197 Full text 
57)“There soon may not be any West Indian left who made the passage to England”: Caryl Phillips and the Windrush years 
Josiane Ranguin
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 103-118. 
58)“He says that if he is not taught a trade, he will run away”: Recaptured Africans, Desertion, and Mobility in the British Caribbean, 1808–1828
Anita Rupprecht
in: A global history of runaways : workers, mobility, and capitalism 1600-1850, ed. by Marcus Rediker, Titas Chakraborty and Matthias van Rossum, The California world history library (Berkeley (CA): University of California Press, 2019), pp. 178-198. Full text 
59)Fugitive borders : Black Canadian cross-border literature at mid-nineteenth century 
Nele Sawallisch
American culture studies, 13 (Bielefeld: Transcipt Verlag, [2019])
1 review(s) 
60)The Multiple Lives of Billy Waters: Dangerous Theatricality and Networked Illustrations in Nineteenth-Century Popular Culture 
Mary L. Shannon
Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 46.2 (2019) 161-189 Full text 
61)Enoch Powell, the Anglosphere and the roots of Brexit 
David Sheils
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 54-72. 
62)Mediating America : Black and Irish press and the struggle for citizenship, 1870-1914  
Brian Shott
(Philadelphia (PA): Temple University Press, 2019)
1 review(s) 
63)Una Marson  
Lisa Tomlinson
(Kingston, Jamaica: The University of the West Indies Press, 2019)
1 review(s) 
64)Many rivers to cross: The legacy of Enoch Powell in Wolverhampton 
Patrick Vernon
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 46-53. 
65)The Windrush generation in the picture: Armet Francis, Neil Kenlock, Dennis Morris and Charlie Phillips 
Kerry-Jane Wallart
in: Windrush (1948) and Rivers of Blood (1968) : legacy and assessment, ed. by Trevor A. Le V. Harris, British politics and society ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2019), pp. 165-182. 
66)Thinking black : Britain, 1964-1985 
Rob Waters
Berkeley series in British studies, 14 (Oakland (CA): University of California Press, 2019)
2 review(s) 
67)‘Time come’: Britain’s black futures past 
Rob Waters
Historical Research, 92.258 (2019) 838-850 Full text 
68)Randolph Vigne : historian & Huguenot scholar.  (London: Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 2019
69)Striking women : struggles & strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet 
Sundari Anitha& Ruth Pearson
(London: Lawrence & Wishart Limited, 2018
70)Phillis Wheatley chooses freedom : history, poetry, and the ideals of the American Revolution 
G. J. Barker-Benfield
(New York: New York University Press, 2018)
2 review(s) 
71)Black youths and schooling in Britain : the Windrush generation : race education and immigration policy revised : a cross cultural study on race,… 
Frances Benskin
([Hertfordshire]: Grace Publishing UK, 2018
72)The West Indian generation : remaking British culture in London, 1945-1965 
Amanda M. Bidnall
Migrations and identities (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2018)
1 review(s) Full text 
73)Handsworth Song : Working People and Black Radical Photography 
Ian Bourland
Radical History Review, 132 (2018) 181-186 Full text 
74)War to Windrush : black women in Britain 1939 to 1948 
Stephen Bourne
(London: Jacaranda, 2018
75)Mother Country : real stories of the Windrush children  
Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff
(London: Headline, 2018
76)Mixed race Britain in the twentieth century 
Chamion Caballero& P. J. Aspinall
Palgrave politics of identity and citizenship series (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
77)“The War, like the Wicked Wand of a Wizard, Strikes Me and Carry Away All that I Have Loved:” Soldiers’ Family Lives and Petition Writing in… 
Oliver Coates
History in Africa, 45 (2018) 71-97 Full text 
78)Mastery and Masquerade in the Transatlantic Blues Revival
Ross Cole
Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 143.1 (2018) 173-210 Full text 
79)‘Five goals, no boots’ : an interrogation of the politics, play and racialised athleticism of late colonial football tours to England, 1949–1959 
Lewis Defrates
Sport in History, 38.4 (2018) 476-506 Full text 
80)Frederick Douglass and Ireland : in his own words 
Frederick Douglass& Christine Kinealy
1 volume (London: Routledge, 2018) Full text 
81)The Great Negro Plot, 1741 
Kathleen Dunn
in: Revolting New York : how 400 years of riot, rebellion, uprising, and revolution shaped a city, ed. by Erin Siodmak, Geographies of justice and social transformation, 38 (Athens (GA): The University of Georgia Press, 2018), pp. 31-39. 
82)Marxism, colonialism, and cricket : C.L.R. James’s Beyond a Boundary ed. by David Featherstone
C. L. R. James archives (Durham (NC): Duke University Press, 2018)
2 review(s) 
83)Ambivalent Relationships : London’s Youth Culture and the Making of the Multi-Racial Society in the 1960s 
Felix Fuhg
Britain and the World, 11.1 (2018) 4-26 Full text 
84)Celluloid Documents : migrant women in Black Audio Film Collective’s Handsworth Songs and Twilight City, and Sankofa Film and Video… 
Ifeona Fulani
Atlantic Studies: literary, cultural and historical perspectives, 15.1 (2018) 1-15 Full text 
85)Dream to change the world : the life & legacy of John La Rose : the book of the exhibition 
Sarah Garrod , Nicole-Rachelle Moore& Sarah White
(London: George Padmore Institute, 2018
86)Black Americans in Victorian Britain  
Jeffrey P. Green
(Barnsley, South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword History, 2018
87)Women/Animals/Slaves: Race and Sexuality in Wycherley’s The Country Wife
Derrick Higginbotham
in: Early modern black diaspora studies : a critical anthology, ed. by Cassander L. Smith, Nicholas R. Jones and Miles P. Grier (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 37-61. Full text 
88)Learie Constantine and race relations in Britain and the Empire 
Jeff Hill
(London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)
4 review(s) 
89)To “excite the curiosity, and gratify the beholder” : Displaying Dappled Skin and Crafting Racial Identity in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic 
Rana Asali Hogarth
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 18.1 (2018) 180-212 Full text 
90)Letters from London in Black and Red : Claude McKay, Marcus Garvey and the Negro World 
Winston James
History Workshop Journal, 85 (2018) 281-293 Full text 
91)An African in Imperial London : The Indomitable Life of A. B. C. Merriman-Labor 
Danell Jones
(Oxford: Hurst, 2018
92)War in a ‘white man’s country’ : Australian perceptions of blackness on the South African battlefield, 1899–1902 
Effie Karageorgos
History Australia, 15.2 (2018) 323-338 Full text 
93)The Air of Freedom 
Miranda Kaufmann
History Today, 68.1 (2018) 18-20 
94)Don’t stop the carnival  
Kevin Le Gendre
Black music in Britain, 1 (Leeds: Peepal Tree, 2018)
1 review(s) 
95)Children of uncertain fortune : mixed-race Jamaicans in Britain and the Atlantic family, 1733-1833 
Daniel Livesay
(Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2018)
10 review(s) 
96)Legacies of slavery for race, religion, and empire : S.J. Celestine Edwards and the Hard Truth (1894) 
Douglas A. Lorimer
Slavery & Abolition, 39.4 (2018) 731-755 Full text 
97)“The Fairest Lady” : Gender and Race in William Byrd’s “Account of a Negro-Boy that is dappel’d in several Places of his Body with White Spots” (1697) 
Cristina Malcolmson
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 18.1 (2018) 159-179 Full text 
98)Sonic Settlements : Jamaican Music, Dancing, and Black Migrant Communities in Postwar Britain 
Jason McGraw
Journal of Social History, 52.2 (2018) 353-382 Full text 
99)Stone free : Jimi Hendrix in London, September 1966-June 1967 
Jas Obrecht
(Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2018
100)Paul Robeson’s Microphone Voice and the Technologies of Easy Singing 
Grant Olwage
Technology and Culture, 59.4 (2018) 823-849 Full text 
101)Diasporic Subjectivity and Homing Desire in Fruit of the Lemon 
Sule Okuroglu Ozun& Canan Kuzgun
Neophilologus, 102.3 (2018) 301-315 Full text 
102)William Blackstone, Granville Sharp and the case of Jonathan Strong 
Ruth Paley
Archives, 137 (2018) 68-79 
103)Black soldiers in a white man’s war : race, good order and discipline in a Great War labour battalion 
Gordon Douglas Pollock
(Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2018
104)The violent frontline : space, ethnicity and confronting the state in Edwardian Spitalfields and 1980s Brixton 
Daniel Renshaw
Contemporary British History, 32.2 (2018) 231-252 Full text 
105)Anti-Slave-Trade Law, ‘Liberated Africans’ and the State in the South Atlantic World, c.1839–1852 
Jake Christopher Richards
Past & Present, 241.1 (2018) 179-219 Full text 
106)Hallmarks : the cultural politics and public pedagogies of Stuart Hall  ed. by Leslie G. Roman
(London: Routledge, 2018
107)Black British Soldiers in Northern Ireland: Martin Stellman’s For Queen and Country and Neil Jordan’s The Crying Game
Henghameh Saroukhani
Caribbean Quarterly, 64.3-4 (2018) 544-559 Full text 
108)‘Who Is British Music?’ Placing Migrants in National Music History 
Florian Scheding , Justin Williams , Catherine Tackley , Erik Levi , Derek B. Scott& Tom Western
twentieth-century music, 15.3 (2018) 439-492 Full text 
109)The Americanisation of C. L. R. James 
Jonathan Scott
Race & Class, 60.2 (2018) 3-20 
110)African and Indian identities in Colonial Guyana, the 1930s 
Clem Seecharan
Gems of the diaspora, 2 (London: BLP, [2018]
111)“[L]ooking at Me My Body Across Distances”: Toni Morrison’s A Mercy and Seventeenth-Century European Religious Concepts of Race
Lauren Shook
in: Early modern black diaspora studies : a critical anthology, ed. by Cassander L. Smith, Nicholas R. Jones and Miles P. Grier (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 157-173. Full text 
112)“Candy No Witch in Her Country”: What One Enslaved Woman’s Testimony During the Salem Witch Trials Can Tell Us About Early American Literature
Cassander L. Smith
in: Early modern black diaspora studies : a critical anthology, ed. by Cassander L. Smith, Nicholas R. Jones and Miles P. Grier (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 107-134. Full text 
113)The National Archives (London) Collection
William Spencer
in: There came a time … : essays on the Great War in Africa, ed. by Anne Samson, Ana Paula Pires and Daniel Gilfoyle (Rickmansworth: GWAA/TSL Publications, 2018), pp. 356-359. 
114)Black Salt : Britain’s black sailors [Exhibition review] 
Jo Stanley
International Journal of Maritime History, 30.4 (2018) 747-759 
115)Good Citizens? Ugandan Asians, Volunteers and ‘Race’ Relations in 1970s Britain 
Becky Taylor
History Workshop Journal, 85 (2018) 120-141 Full text 
116)‘How Can I be Too High in Rank to Dine with the Servants, but Too Low to Dine with My Family?’ : Intersectionality and Postfeminism in Amma… 
Jessica Taylor
Gender & History, 30.3 (2018) 769-785 Full text 
117)The 1960s : a decade of modern British fiction ed. by Philip Tew , James Riley& Melanie Seddon
The decades series (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018
118)Making Waves : Una Marson’s Poetic Voice at the BBC 
Leonie Thomas
Media History, 24.2 (2018) 212-225 Full text 
119)Black circus performers in Victorian Britain 
Vanessa Toulmin
Early Popular Visual Culture, 16.3 (2018) 267-289 Full text 
120)The black middle ages : race and the construction of the middle ages 
Matthew X. Vernon
The new Middle Ages (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
1 review(s) 
121)The African Artisan Meets the English Sailor : Technology and the Savage for Defoe 
Peter Walmsley
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 59.3 (2018) 347-368 Full text 
122)Writing the radio war : literature, politics and the BBC, 1939-1945 
Ian Whittington
Edinburgh critical studies in war and culture (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018
123)Bringing African soldiers to life using The National Archives (London) record collections
Martin Willis
in: There came a time … : essays on the Great War in Africa, ed. by Anne Samson, Ana Paula Pires and Daniel Gilfoyle (Rickmansworth: GWAA/TSL Publications, 2018), pp. 360-379. 
124)Zimbabwean communities in Britain : imperial and post-colonial identities and legacies 
Christopher Roy Zembe
(Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
125)Philip Quaque’s letters to London, 1763-1811  
Adélékè Adéèkó
(Pretoria: Unisa Press, University of South Africa, 2017)
1 review(s) 
126)Rethinking Black Art as a Category of Experience 
Rina Arya
Visual Culture in Britain, 18.2 (2017) 163-175 Full text 
127)Refugees Next Door 
Jordanna Bailkin
History Today, 67.12 (2017) 68-75 
128)Social, Political and Cultural Activism in 1970s Britain : The Case of Black British Youth of African-Caribbean Heritage 
Sharon Baptiste
in: 1970-79 : community in the UK, ed. by Bernard Cros, Cornelius Crowley and Thierry Labica, Intercalaires, agrégation d’anglais ([Nanterre]: Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2017), pp. 75-90. 
129)Liverpool as a trading port : Sailors’ residences, African migrants, occupational change and probated wealth 
Stephen D. Behrendt& Robert A. Hurley
International Journal of Maritime History, 29.4 (2017) 875-910 
130)Remembered : in memoriam : an anthology of African & Caribbean experiences, WWI & WWII  
Jak Beula& Nairobi Thompson
(London: Nu Jak Media Publishing, 2017
131)Roots & culture : cultural politics in the making of Black Britain 
Eddie Chambers
International library of cultural studies, 40 (London: I.B. Tauris, 2017)
1 review(s) 
132)Maroons and Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia, 1796-1800 
Ruma Chopra
Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, 46.1 (2017) 5-23 
133)The polemics of C.L.R. James and contemporary Black activism 
Ornette D. 1969- Clennon
(Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)
1 review(s) 
134)Breaking With the Old Pattern of Control : African Deputations to Britain from Southern Africa in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries 
Gwilym Colenso
Suid-Afrikaanse historiese joernaal : South African historical journal, 69.4 (2017) 501-547 Full text 
135)Frederick Douglass, Arthur O’Connor, and the Columbian Orator
Coughlan, Ann
in: Atlantic crossings in the wake of Frederick Douglass : archaeology, literature, and spatial culture, ed. by Mark P. Leone and Lee M. Jenkins, Cross/cultures, 197 (Leiden: Brill Rodopi, 2017), pp. 65-82. Full text 
136)Croydon’s African and Asian history : an introduction 
Sean Creighton& Croydon Radical History Network
Croydon Radical History Network monograph, 3 (London: History & Social Action Publications, 2017
137)Unlikely Pilgrim : The English Journey of Zilpha Elaw 
Margaret Cullen
International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage, 5.2 (2017) 37-42 Full text 
138)Pablo Fanque and the Victorian circus : a romance of real life 
Gareth H. H. Davies
(Cromer: Poppyland Publishing, 2017
139)The friendship between Andy Hamilton and David Murray : A concrete example of Black Atlantic culture 
Tony Dudley-Evans
Jazz Research Journal, 11.1 (2017) 80-87 Full text 
140)Isaac Fadoyebo’s journey : Remembering the British Empire’s Second World War 
Patrick Finney
in: Remembering the second world war, ed. by Patrick Finney, Remembering the modern world (London: Routledge, 2017), pp. 71-88. 
141)Selective Remembering: Minorities and the Remembrance of the First World War in Britain and Germany 
Tim Grady
in: Minorities and the First World War : from war to peace, ed. by Tim Grady and Hannah Ewence (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 253-282. Full text 
142)Reaping something new : African American transformations of Victorian literature 
Daniel Hack
(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017
143)Familiar stranger : a life between two islands 
Stuart Hall
(London: Allen Lane, 2017)
1 review(s) 
144)Renegade : The Life and Times of Darcus Howe 
Darcus Howe& Paul Field
(London: Bloomsbury Paperbacks, 2017
145)Archive Review : The Black Cultural Archives, Brixton 
Hannah J. M. Ishmael& Rob Waters
20th Century British History, 28.3 (2017) 465-473 Full text 
146)Black, Arab and South Asian Colonial Britons in the Intersections Between War and Peace: The 1919 Seaport Riots in Perspective 
Jacqueline Jenkinson
in: Minorities and the First World War : from war to peace, ed. by Tim Grady and Hannah Ewence (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 175-198. Full text 
147)First martyr of liberty : Crispus Attucks in American memory 
Mitchell A. Kachun
(New York: Oxford University Press, 2017)
3 review(s) Full text 
148)South Africans vs. Rommel : the untold story of the desert war in World War II 
David Brock Katz
(Mechanicsburg (PA): Stackpole Books, 2017
149)Black Tudors : the untold story 
Miranda Kaufmann
(London: Oneworld, 2017
150)Adjusting the contrast : British television and constructs of race ed. by Sarita Malik& Darrell M. Newton
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017
151)Hastings Kamuzu Banda: the Edinburgh Years 
John McCracken
The Society of Malawi Journal, 70.1 (2017) 1-18 
152)Britons through Negro spectacles, or a Negro on Britons : with a description of London (illustrated) 
A. B. C. Merriman-Labor
Classic reprint series [Forgotten Books] (London: Forgotten Books, 2017
153)Domestic Labour in Black and Green: Deciphering the Sensory Experiences of African-American and Irish Domestics Working in Alexandria, Virginia
Mary Furlong Minkoff
in: Atlantic crossings in the wake of Frederick Douglass : archaeology, literature, and spatial culture, ed. by Mark P. Leone and Lee M. Jenkins, Cross/cultures, 197 (Leiden: Brill Rodopi, 2017), pp. 83-103. Full text 
154)Africans in English caricature 1769-1819 : black jokes, white humour 
Temi-Tope Odumosu
(London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2017)
4 review(s) 
155)“The dead man come to life again” : Edward Albert and the strategies of black endurance 
Natalie Prizel
Victorian Literature and Culture, 45.2 (2017) 293-320 Full text 
156)Possibilities for African Canadian intellectual history : The case of 19th-century Upper Canada/Canada West 
Nina Reid-Maroney
History Compass, 15.12 (2017) Full text 
157)Vagrant Presences: Lost Children, the Black Atlantic, and Northern Britain 
Alan J. Rice
Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 65.2 (2017) 173–186 Full text 
158)Race, sexuality and identity in Britain and Jamaica : the biography of Patrick Nelson, 1916-1963 
Gemma Romain
(London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017)
4 review(s) 
159)“Undistinguished Destruction” : The Effects of Smallpox on British Emancipation Policy in the Revolutionary War 
Gary Sellick
Journal of American Studies, 51.3 (2017) 865-885 Full text 
160)Uncovering Forgotten, Unseen and Contested Representations of ‘Black Britain’ : Gloo Joo (1979) and Meadowlark (1982) 
Sally Shaw
Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 37.1 (2017) 113-127 Full text 
161)Historical theory and methods through popular music, 1970-2000 : “Those are the new saints” 
Kenneth L. Shonk& Daniel Robert McClure
Pop music, culture and identity (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
162)The Africanization of British Imperial Forces in the East African Campaign 
Timothy Joseph Stapleton
in: Turning point 1917 : the British Empire at war, ed. by Douglas E. Delaney and Nikolas Gardner (Vancouver: UBCPress, 2017), pp. 139-159. 
163)‘Boys of Colour’ to be Educated as Army Surgeons. Military Doctors for Sierra Leone in the 1850s 
Pete Starling
Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 95.384 (2017) 325-330 
164)Standing in their own light : African American patriots in the American Revolution 
Judith L. Van Buskirk
Campaigns and commanders, 59 (Norman (OK): University of Oklahoma Press, 2017
165)Martin Luther King in Newcastle upon Tyne : the African American freedom struggle and race relations in the North East of England 
Brian Ward
(Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Tyne Bridge Publishing, 2017)
2 review(s) 
166)Protecting empire from without : francophone African migrant workers, British West Africa and French efforts to maintain power in Africa, 1945–1960 
Joanna Warson
in: Britain, France and the Decolonization of Africa : Future Imperfect?, ed. by Andrew W. M. Smith and Chris Jeppesen (London: UCL Press, 2017), pp. 156-171, 218-221. 
167)‘It have a kind of communal feeling with the Working Class and the spades’: Sam Selvon, Tony Harrison and ‘colonization in reverse’ 
Jack Windle
in: A history of British working-class literature, ed. by John Goodridge and Bridget Keegan (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 352-366. Full text 
168)British dance : black routes ed. by Christy Adair& Ramsay Burt
(London: Routledge, 2016)
1 review(s) Full text 
169)The problem of political blackness : lessons from the Black Supplementary School Movement 
Kehinde Andrews
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39.11 (2016) 2060-2078 Full text 
170)Narratives of success among Irish and African Caribbean migrants 
Julia Brannen , Heather Elliott& Ann Phoenix
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39.10 (2016) 1755-1772 Full text 
171)The Inner Geographies of a Migrant Gateway: Mapping the Built Environment and the Dynamics of Caribbean Mobility in Manchester, 1951–2011 
Laurence Brown& Niall A. Cunningham
Social Science History, 40.1 (2016) 93-120 Full text 
172)The Black City : African and Indian Exchanges in Pontiac’s Upper Country 
Christian Ayne Crouch
Early American Studies: an interdisciplinary journal, 14.2 (Spring 2016) 284-318 
173)Black Pilgrims in Canaan : African-Americans and Emigration to Canada in Samuel Ringgold Ward’s Autobiography of a Fugitive Negro (1855) 
Sandrine Ferré-Rode
Revue française d’études américaines, 149 (2016) 14-25 Full text 
174)Emancipation through Mobility : Phillis Wheatley, Anna Julia Cooper and the Black Atlantic Diaspora 
Arlette Frund
Revue française d’études américaines, 149 (2016) 39-50 Full text 
175)From slaves to soldiers : the 1st Rhode Island Regiment in the American Revolution 
Robert A. Geake
(Yardley (PA): Westholme, 2016)
1 review(s) 
176)Aldridge in Action : Building a Visual Digital Interface 
Anita González
Theatre Journal, 68.4 (2016) Full text 
177)A radical change of heart : Robert Wedderburn’s last word on slavery 
Ryan Hanley
Slavery & Abolition, 37.2 (2016) 423-445 Full text 
178)Unfreedom : slavery and dependence in eighteenth-century Boston 
Jared Ross Hardesty
Early American places (New York: New York University Press, 2016)
5 review(s) 
179)Drivel for Dregs: Perceptions of Class, ‘Race’, and Gender in British Music Hall 
D. Huxley& David James
in: The making of English popular culture, ed. by John Storey, Directions in cultural history (London: Routledge, 2016), pp. 47-60. 
180)The cultural memory of Africa in African American and Black British fiction 1970-2000 : specters of the shore 
Leila Kamali
Palgrave Studies in Cultural Heritage and Conflict (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]) Full text 
181)La lente arrivée du Maure ou du Turc dans le théâtre anglais c. 1450-1600 
André Lascombes
eHumanista, 33 (2016) 150-156 
182)Captives on the Move : Tracing the Transatlantic Movements of Africans from the Caribbean to Colonial New England 
Kerima M. Lewis
Historical Journal of Massachusetts, 44.2 (2016) 144-175 
183)Speaking Black, 1824 : Charles Mathews’s Trip to America Revisited 
Robert Michael Lewis
Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 43.1 (2016) 43-66 Full text 
184)Stuart Hall: Art and the Politics of Black Cultural Production 
Angela McRobbie
South Atlantic Quarterly, 115.4 (2016) 665-683 Full text 
185)Amalgamation, moral geography, and ‘slum tourism’ : Irish and African Americans sharing space on the streets and stages of antebellum New York 
Lisa Merrill
Slavery & Abolition, 37.3 (2016) 638-660 Full text 
186)Race, Immigration and Reasoning : Britain and America’s Town Meeting of the Air 
Darrell M. Newton
in: Broadcasting in the UK and US in the 1950s : historical perspectives, ed. by Jamie Medhurst, Siân Nicholas and Tom O’Malley (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2016), pp. 147-168. 
187)Black and British : a forgotten history 
David Olusoga
(London: Macmillan, 2016
188)The common cause : creating race and nation in the American Revolution 
Robert G. Parkinson& Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture
(Chapel Hill (NC): University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, [2016])
5 review(s) 
189)Black Country roots : Black Country lives told in the words of Black Country people 
Graham Peet
([West Bromwich]: Multistory, [2016]
190)London is the place for me : black Britons, citizenship, and the politics of race 
Kennetta Hammond Perry
Transgressing boundaries. Studies in Black politics and Black communities (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016
191)Sentiment and the Restrictionist State: Evidence from the British Caribbean Experience, ca. 1925 
Lara Putnam
Journal of American Ethnic History, 35.2 (2016) 5-31 Full text 
192)The Awkward Squad : Arts Graduates from British Tropical Africa Before 1940 
Andrew Dunlop Roberts
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 44.5 (2016) 798-814 Full text 
193)Claude McKay : Queering Spaces of Black Radicalism in Interwar London 
Gemma Romain& Caroline Bressey
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 115-131. 
194)War and education in the United States : racial ideology and inequality in three historical episodes 
John L. Rury& Derrick Darby
Paedagogica Historica, 52.1-2 (2016) 8-24 Full text 
195)Troubling the white supremacy–black inferiority paradigm : Frederick Douglass and William Wells Brown in Europe 
Sirpa Salenius
Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 14.2 (2016) 152-163 Full text 
196)In Dahomey in England : a (negative) transatlantic performance heritage 
Theresa Saxon
Atlantic Studies: literary, cultural and historical perspectives, 13.2 (2016) 265-281 Full text 
197)Negotiating Hierarchy and Memory : African and Caribbean Troops from Former British Colonies in London’s Imperial Spaces 
John Siblon
London Journal, 41.3 (2016) 299-312 Full text 
198)Black Africans in the British imagination : English narratives of the early Atlantic world  
Cassander L. Smith
(Baton Rouge (LA): Louisiana State University Press, 2016
199)National Liberation for Whom? The Postcolonial Question, the Communist Party of Great Britain, and the Party’s African and Caribbean Membership 
Evan Smith
International Review of Social History, 61.2 (2016) 283-315 Full text 
200)‘Blind Tom’ abroad : race, disability, and transatlantic representations of Thomas Wiggins 
Whitney Womack Smith
Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 14.2 (2016) 164-175 Full text 
201)Bigot Geography : Queering Geopolitics in Brixton 
Emma Spruce
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 65-80. 
202)Thinking Black : Peter Fryer’s Staying Power and the Politics of Writing Black British History in the 1980s 
Rob Waters
History Workshop Journal, 82.1 (Autumn 2016) 104-120 Full text 
203)Reluctant partners : African Americans and the origins of the special relationship 
Clive Webb
Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 14.4 (2016) 350-364 Full text 
204)North to bondage : loyalist slavery in the Maritimes 
Harvey Amani Whitfield
(Vancouver: UBCPress, 2016)
3 review(s) 
205)Power, Patriarchy, and Provision : African Families Negotiate Gender and Slavery in New England 
Gloria McCahon Whiting
Journal of American History, 103.3 (2016) 583-605 Full text 
206)Migrating with Colonial and Post-Colonial Memories : Dynamics of Racial Interactions within Zimbabwe’s Minority Communities in Britain 
Christopher Roy Zembe
Journal of Migration History, 2.1 (2016) 32-56 Full text 
207)Tobacco, pipes, and race in colonial Virginia : little tubes of mighty power 
Anna Agbe-Davies
(Walnut Creek (CA): Left Coast Press, Inc., [2015]
208)Individual Life : “We all became black” : Tony Soares, African-American internationalists, and anti-imperialism 
Anne-Marie Angelo
in: The other special relationship : race, rights, and riots in Britain and the United States, ed. by Robin D. G. Kelley and Stephen G. N. Tuck, Contemporary black history (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 95-102. 
209)They gave the crowd plenty fun : West Indian cricket and its relationship with the British-Resident Caribbean diaspora 
Colin Babb
(Hertford: Hansib, [2015]
210)Modern and contemporary Black British drama ed. by Mary F. Brewer , Lynette Goddard& Deirdre Osborne
(Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2015
211)‘Race’, politics and local football – continuity and change in the life of a British African-Caribbean local football club 
Paul Ian Campbell& John Williams
Sport in Society, 18.4 (2015) 425-439 Full text 
212)Phillis Wheatley : Researching a Life 
Vincent Carretta
Historical Journal of Massachusetts, 43.2 (2015) 64-89 
213)African liberalism in the age of empire? Hassuna D’Ghies and liberal constitutionalism in north Africa, 1822–1835 
Ian Coller
Modern Intellectual History, 12.3 (2015) 529-553 Full text 
214)National Black Conventions and the Quest for African American Freedom and Progress, 1847-1867 
Shawn C. Comminey
International Social Science Review, 91.1 (2015) 1-18 
215)The Othered Irish : Shades of Difference in Post-War Britain, 1948–71 
John Corbally
Contemporary European History, 24.1 (2015) 105-125 Full text 
216)Black Tommies : British soldiers of African descent in the First World War 
Ray Costello
(Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2015
217)Liberty for Every Slave! : African American Military Service, 1641-1783 
Marcus S. Cox
in: The Routledge handbook of American military and diplomatic history : the Colonial Period to 1877, ed. by Antonio S. Thompson and Christos G. Frentzos, Routledge handbooks (New York: Routledge, [2015]), pp. 121-128. 
218)Containing Racism? : The London Experience, 1957-1968 
John Davis
in: The other special relationship : race, rights, and riots in Britain and the United States, ed. by Robin D. G. Kelley and Stephen G. N. Tuck, Contemporary black history (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 125-146. 
219)A Progressive Othello : Modern Blackness in Chakrabarti’s Red Velvet (2012) 
Sophie Duncan
in: Staging the other in nineteenth-century British drama, ed. by Tiziana Morosetti, Writing and culture in the long nineteenth century (Oxford: Peter Lang, [2015]), pp. 227-253. 
220)Ignatius Sancho’s Letters : Sentimental Libertinism and the Politics of Form 
Markman Ellis
in: Genius in bondage : literature of the early Black Atlantic, ed. by Vincent Carretta and Philip Gould (Lexington (KY): University of Kentucky Press, 2015), pp. 199-217. 
221)Between Windrush and Wolfenden : Class Crossings and Queer Desire in Andrew Salkey’s Postwar London 
Nadia Ellis
in: Beyond Windrush : rethinking postwar Anglophone Caribbean literature, ed. by J. Dillon Brown and Leah Rosenberg, Caribbean studies series (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2015), pp. 60-76. 
222)Black Migrants, White Queers and the Archive of Inclusion in Postwar London 
Nadia Ellis
Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 17.6 (2015) 893-915 Full text 
223)The defamation of Joy Gardner : press, police and black deaths in custody 
Ryan Erfani-Ghettani
Race & Class, 56.3 (2015) 102-112 Full text 
224)New Ethnicities : Literary Representations of West Indians in London, 1948–2001 
Ifeona Fulani
Caribbean Quarterly, 61.4 (2015) 82-99 Full text 
225)Scholar-Activist St. Clair Drake and the Transatlantic World of Black Radicalism 
Kevin Gaines
in: The other special relationship : race, rights, and riots in Britain and the United States, ed. by Robin D. G. Kelley and Stephen G. N. Tuck, Contemporary black history (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 75-93. 
226)The BBC’s Caribbean Voices and Its “Critics’ Circle” : Radio Criticism and the Development of Anglophone Caribbean Literature 
Glyne A. Griffith
in: Beyond Windrush : rethinking postwar Anglophone Caribbean literature, ed. by J. Dillon Brown and Leah Rosenberg, Caribbean studies series (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2015), pp. 129-144. 
227)The military, race, and resistance : the conundrums of recruiting Black South African men during the Second World War 
Louis Grundlingh
in: Africa and World War II, ed. by Judith A. Byfield, Carolyn A. Brown, Timothy Parsons and Ahmad Alawad Sikainga (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 71-88. 
228)“Nobody in This World Is Better Than Us” : Calypso in the Age of Decolonization and Civil Rights 
Joshua B. Guild
in: The other special relationship : race, rights, and riots in Britain and the United States, ed. by Robin D. G. Kelley and Stephen G. N. Tuck, Contemporary black history (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 155-172. 
229)The Royal Slave : Nobility, Diplomacy and the “African Prince” in Britain, 1748–1752 
Ryan Hanley
Itinerario, 39.2 (2015) 329-347 Full text 
230)‘It Is Essentially Her Own’: Authenticating Discourse, Institutional Authority, and Narrative Agency in The History of Mary Prince 
Paige M. Hermansen
in: Representations of internarrative identity, ed. by Lori Way (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 68-89. Full text 
231)In enemy hands : South Africa’s POWs in World War ll 
Karen Horn
(Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball Publishers, 2015
232)‘A nigger in the new England’ : ‘Sus’, the Brixton riot, and citizenship 
Nicole M. Jackson
African and Black Diaspora, 8.2 (2015) 158-170 Full text 
233)Ira Aldridge : the last years, 1855-1867  
Bernth Lindfors
Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora, 1092-5228 (Rochester [New York]: University of Rochester Press, 2015
234)Constructing the Zulus : The “African” Body and Its Narratives 
Tiziana Morosetti
in: Staging the other in nineteenth-century British drama, ed. by Tiziana Morosetti, Writing and culture in the long nineteenth century (Oxford: Peter Lang, [2015]), pp. 79-101. 
235)Struggles for a past : Irish and Afro-Caribbean histories in England, 1951-2000 
Kevin Myers
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015)
3 review(s) 
236)Una Marson at the BBC 
James Procter
Small Axe, 19.3 (2015) 1-28 
237)African Canadians in Union blue : volunteering for the cause in the Civil War 
Richard Reid
(Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 2015
238)Screening black political struggle on 1970s British Television : the case of the Play for TodayA Hole in Babylon (1979) 
Sally Shaw
Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 35.3 (2015) 489-502 Full text 
239)The Black Pacific : anti-colonial struggles and Oceanic connections 
Robbie Shilliam
Theory for a global age series (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015
240)Managing Fear : The Commerce in Blackness and the London Lord Mayors’ Shows 
Ian Smith
in: Historical affects and the early modern theater, ed. by Ronda Arab, Michelle M. Dowd and Adam Zucker, Routledge advances in theatre and performance studies, 33 (London: Routledge, 2015), pp. 211-219. 
241)The multicultural First World War : Memories of the West Indian contribution in contemporary Britain 
Richard Smith
Journal of European Studies, 45.4 (2015) 347-363 Full text 
242)Locality, ethnicity, national and transnational influences on Afro-Caribbean consumer experiences – The case of post-war Northampton 
George Watley
Cultural and Social History – The Journal of the Social History Society, 12.4 (2015) 565-586 Full text 
243)“Those in Their Possession” Race, Slavery, and Queen Elizabeth’s “Edicts of Expulsion” 
Emily Weissbourd
Huntington Library Quarterly, 78.1 (Spring 2015) 1-19 
244)The politics of race in Britain and South Africa : black British solidarity and the anti-apartheid struggle 
Elizabeth M. Williams
International library of historical studies, 88 (London: I.B. Tauris, 2015
245)Now you know : the memoirs of Allan Charles Wilmot, WWII serviceman and post-war entertainer 
Allan Charles Wilmot
(London: Liberation Publishers, 2015
246)Between Colonialism and Cultural Authenticity : Isaac Ladipo Oluwole, Oladele Adebayo Ajose, Public Health Services in Nigeria, and the Glasgow… 
Olutayo Charles Adesina
in: Africa in Scotland, Scotland in Africa : historical legacies and contemporary hybridities, ed. by Afeosemime U. Adogame and Andrew G. Lawrence, Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies, 14 (Leiden: Brill, 2014), pp. 90-99. Full text 
247)Malcolm X at Oxford Union : racial politics in a global era 
Saladin M. Ambar
Transgressing boundaries. Studies in Black politics and Black communities (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014
248)Doing nothing is not an option : the radical lives of Eric & Jessica Huntley 
Margaret Andrews
(Middlesex: Krik Krak, 2014, ©2013
249)Black entertainers in Victorian Dublin 
Raymond Astbury
([England]: FeedARead.com Publishing, 2014; [Blackrock, Co. Dublin]: [Raymond Astbury], 2014
250)Geographies of Early Anti-Racist Protest in Britain : Ida B. Wells’ 1893 Anti-Lynching Tour in Scotland 
Caroline Bressey
in: Africa in Scotland, Scotland in Africa : historical legacies and contemporary hybridities, ed. by Afeosemime U. Adogame and Andrew G. Lawrence, Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies, 14 (Leiden: Brill, 2014), pp. 137-149. Full text 
251)The Blacks Who “Got Their Forty Acres” : A Theory of Black West Indian Migrant Asset Acquisition 
Eleanor Marie Lawrence Brown
New York University Law Review, 89.1 (2014) 27-88 
252)Darcus Howe : a political biography 
Robin Bunce& Paul Field
(London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014
253)The Black Leveller : Writing Darcus Howe : a political biography 
Robin Bunce& Paul Field
The Historian [London], 121 (2014) 30-33 
254)Giant’s Causeway : Frederick Douglass’s Irish odyssey and the making of an American visionary 
Tom Chaffin
(Charlottesville (VA): University of Virginia Press, 2014
255)The 1907 Deputation of Basuto Chiefs to London and the Development of British–South African Networks 
Gwilym Colenso
International History Review, 36.4 (2014) 619-652 Full text 
256)Home and Away. The Enlistment of Australian, Canadian, New Zealand, and South African Men in Dominion Expeditionary Forces in the United Kingdom… 
John Connor
Itinerario, 38.3 (2014) 45-58 Full text 
257)Enjoy the same liberty : black Americans and the revolutionary era 
Edward Countryman
African American history series (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014, ©2012
258)Objects and identities : Roman Britain and the north-western provinces 
Hella Eckardt
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014
259)Frederick Douglass aboard the Cambria, 1845 : the abolitionist’s eventful journey to Ireland 
Laurence Fenton
History Ireland, 22.5 (2014) 28-30 
260)Frederick Douglass in Ireland : the ‘black O’Connell’ 
Laurence Fenton
(Cork: The Collins Press, 2014
261)Radical “Citizens of the World,” 1790–95 : The Early Career of Henry Redhead Yorke 
Amanda Goodrich
Journal of British Studies, 53.3 (2014) 611-635 Full text 
262)White Man’s War, Coloured Man’s Labour. Working for the British Army on the Western Front 
Barton C. Hacker
Itinerario, 38.3 (2014) 27-44 Full text 
263)An Angry God in the Hands of Sinners : Enslaved Africans and the Uses of Protestant Christianity in Pre-Revolutionary Boston 
Jared Ross Hardesty
Slavery & Abolition, 35.1 (2014) 66-83 Full text 
264)C. L. R. James in imperial Britain 
Christian Høgsbjerg
C. L. R. James archives (Durham (NC): Duke University Press, 2014)
5 review(s) 
265)The jippi-jappa hat merchant and his family : a Jamaican family in Britain 
Mark Holland
(Oxford: Horsgate, 2014
266)‘History from the inside’ South African Prisoner-of-War Experience in Work Camp 1169, Dresden, 1943–1945 
Karen Horn
War & Society [University of New South Wales], 33.4 (2014) 269-282 Full text 
267)Researching South African prisoners-of-war experience during World War II : historiography, archives and oral testimony 
Karen Horn
Joernaal vir Eietydse Geskiedenis / Journal for Contemporary History [Bloemfontein, RSA], 39.2 (2014) 81-99 
268)‘Ghostlike’ seafarers and sailing ship nostalgia : the figure of the steamship lascar in the British imagination, c. 1880–1960 
Jonathan Hyslop
Journal for Maritime Research, 16.2 (2014) 212-228 Full text 
269)Caribbean volunteers at war : the forgotten story of Britain’s own “Tuskegee airmen” 
Mark Johnson
(Barnsley, South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword Aviation, 2014
270)Black British theatre pioneers : Yvonne Brewster and the first generation of actors, playwrights and other practitioners 
Rodreguez King-Dorset
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., 2014
271)Early African entertainments abroad : from the Hottentot Venus to Africa’s first Olympians 
Bernth Lindfors
Africa and the diaspora. History, politics, culture (Madison (WI): The University of Wisconsin Press, 2014
272)Dover Street to Dixie and the politics of cultural transfer and exchange 
David Linton& Len Platt
in: Popular musical theatre in London and Berlin : 1890-1939, ed. by Len Platt, Tobias Becker and David Linton (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 170-186. 
273)Presenting the History of Africans in Provincial Britain : Norfolk as a Case Study 
Richard C. Maguire
History, 99.338 (2014) 819-838 Full text 
274)“A Fixed Melancholy” : Migration, Memory, and the Middle Passage 
Ramesh Mallipeddi
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 55.2-3 (2014) 235-253 Full text 
275)Robert S. Duncanson, an African American Pioneer Artist with Links to Scotland 
Everlyn Nicodemus& Kristian Romare
in: Africa in Scotland, Scotland in Africa : historical legacies and contemporary hybridities, ed. by Afeosemime U. Adogame and Andrew G. Lawrence, Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies, 14 (Leiden: Brill, 2014), pp. 170-200. Full text 
276)In Bad Taste? Slavery and the African Presence in the Subversive Mockery of Royalty 
Temi-Tope Odumosu
in: Loyal subversion? : caricatures from the personal union between England and Hanover (1714-1837), ed. by Anorthe Kremers and Elisabeth Reich (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014), pp. 122-139. 
277)Anti-apartheid testimony : Unmasking the histories of South African Jewish communists 
Susan D. Pennybacker
in: Ethics, art, and representations of the Holocaust : essays in honor of Berel Lang, ed. by Berel Lang, Simone Gigliotti, Jacob Golomb and Caroline Steinberg Gould (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2014), pp. 121-140. 
278)Black Britain and the Politics of Race in the 20th Century 
Kennetta Hammond Perry
History Compass, 12.8 (2014) 651-663 Full text 
279)Another man’s war : the story of a Burma boy in Britain’s forgotten African Army 
Barnaby Phillips
(London: Oneworld Publications, 2014
280)The Panama Cannonball’s Transnational Ties : Migrants, Sport, and Belonging in the Interwar Greater Caribbean 
Lara Putnam
Journal of Sport History, 41.3 (Fall 2014) 401-424 
281)When I came to England : an oral history of life in 1950s & 1960s Britain : The West Indians : life, love and lifestyle… a long way from home 
Z. Nia Reynolds
(London: Black Stock Books, 2014
282)The first great awakening : redefining religion in British America, 1725-1775 
John Howard Smith
(Madison (NJ): Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014
283)Loss and Longing : Emotional Responses to West Indian Soldiers during the First World War 
Richard Smith
Round Table, 103.2 (2014) 243-252 Full text 
284)The black male body in the white imagination during the First World War 
Richard Smith
in: Bodies in conflict : corporeality, materiality, and transformation, ed. by Nicholas J. Saunders and Paul Cornish (London: Routledge, 2014), pp. 39-52. 
285)The internal enemy : slavery and war in Virginia, 1772-1832 
Alan Taylor
(New York: W. W. Norton & Co, 2014
286)Telling West Indian lives : life narrative and the reform of plantation slavery cultures 1804-1834 
Sue Thomas
New Caribbean studies (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
1 review(s) 
287)The night Malcolm X spoke at the Oxford Union : a transatlantic story of antiracial protest 
Stephen G. N. Tuck
(Oakland (CA): University of California Press, 2014
288)African Evangelism and the Colonial Frontier : The Life and Times of Paulo Rrafifing Molefane 
Stephen C. Volz
International Journal of African Historical Studies, 47.1 (2014) 101-120 
289)Music, Musical Theater, and the Imagined South in Interwar Britain 
Brian Ward
Journal of Southern History, 80.1 (2014) 39-72 
290)Between slavery and freedom : free people of color in America from settlement to the Civil War 
Julie Winch
African American history series (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, [2014]
291)Fostering Independence 
Jordanna Bailkin
History Today, 63.8 (2013) 21-27 
292)In the shadow of the SPG : the 1970s : Brixton’s black community meets the Met 
Tim Barker
(London: Past Tense, 2013
293)West Indian Interventions at the Heart of the Cultural Establishment : Edric Connor, Pearl Connor, and the BBC 
Amanda M. Bidnall
20th Century British History, 24.1 (2013) 58-83 Full text 
294)Swimming without mangoes : memories of a West Indian lad’s boyhood in the English railway town of Swindon during the 1960s and early ’70s 
David R. (David Reinford) Bradshaw
(East Knoyle, Salisbury: The Hobnob Press, 2013
295)Cavaliers Made Us ‘United’ : Local Football, Identity Politics and Second-generation African-Caribbean Youth in the East Midlands c.1970–9 
Paul Ian Campbell
Sport in History, 33.2 (2013) 169-194 Full text 
296)Remembering the Crack of the Whip : African-Caribbean Artists in the UK Visualise Slavery 
Eddie Chambers
Slavery & Abolition, 34.2 (2013) 293-307 Full text 
297)A West Indian Lobbyist in England : The Campaign of Dr Hyacinth B. Morgan on Behalf of the British West Indies, 1919-1955 
Edward L. Cox
Journal of Caribbean History, 47.1 (2013) 49-73 
298)Serious collisions : Settlers, indigenous people, and imperial policy in Western Australia and Natal 
Ann Curthoys& Jeremy Martens
Journal of Australian Colonial History, 15 (2013) 121-144 
299)“The flag that sets us free” : antislavery, Africans, and the Royal Navy in the western Indian Ocean 
Lindsay Doulton
in: Indian Ocean slavery in the age of abolition, ed. by Robert W. Harms, Bernard K. Freamon and David W. Blight (New Haven (CT): Yale University Press, 2013), pp. 101-119. 
300)Un-homely Welcome : The Resettlement of the Asians Expelled from Uganda (1972-74) 
Yumiko Hamai
East Asian Journal of British History, 3 (2013) 27-51 
301)The African presence : representations of Africa in the construction of Britishness 
Graham Harrison
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013
302)Slavery before race : Europeans, Africans, and Indians on Long Island’s Sylvester Manor Plantation, 1651-1884 
Katherine Howlett Hayes
Early American places (New York: New York University Press, 2013
303)“Cutting one anothers throats” : British, Native, and African violence in early Carolina 
Matthew Jennings
in: Creating and contesting Carolina : proprietary era histories, ed. by Michelle LeMaster and Bradford J. Wood, The Carolina lowcountry and the Atlantic world (Columbia (SC): University of South Carolina Press, 2013), pp. 118-139. 
304)Alienated memories : migrants and the silences of the archive 
Tony Kushner
in: Memory and history : understanding memory as source and subject, ed. by Joan Tumblety, Routledge guides to using historical sources (London: Routledge, 2013), pp. 177-193. 
305)Ira Aldridge : Performing Shakespeare in Europe, 1852-1855 
Bernth Lindfors
Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora, 59 (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2013
306)The British Honduras Colony : Black Emigrationist Support for Colonization in the Lincoln Presidency 
Phillip W. Magness
Slavery & Abolition, 34.1 (2013) 39-60 Full text 
307)Les groupes intellectuels africains à Londres, 1930-1945 : Quel rôle ont-ils joué dans la décolonisation britannique ? 
A. Lamine Ndiaye
Cercles, 28 (2013) 59-73 
308)Blackamoores : Africans in Tudor England, their presence, status and origins 
Onyeka
(London: Narrative Eye Ltd, 2013
309)Blackamoores : Africans in Tudor England, their presence, status and origins 
Onyeka
([England?]: Narrative Eye Ltd, 2013
310)Radical moves : Caribbean migrants and the politics of race in the jazz age 
Lara Putnam
(Chapel Hill (NC): University of North Carolina Press, 2013
311)The Ties Allowed to Bind : Kinship Legalities and Migration Restriction in the Interwar Americas 
Lara Putnam
International Labor and Working-Class History, 83 (2013) 191-209 Full text 
312)Approaches to teaching Behn’s Oroonoko  ed. by Cynthia Richards& Mary Ann O’Donnell
(New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2013)
1 review(s) 
313)Imagining Caribbean womanhood : race, nation and beauty contests, 1929-70 
Rochelle Rowe
Gender in history (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013
314)‘Mixing of the unmixables’ : the 1949 Causeway Green ‘riots’ in Birmingham 
Kevin Searle
Race & Class, 54.3 (2013) 44-64 Full text 
315)Everyday life in the early English Caribbean : Irish, Africans, and the construction of difference 
Jenny Shaw
Early American places (Athens (GA): University of Georgia Press, 2013)
1 review(s) 
316)Southern Politicians, British Reformers, and Ida B. Wells’s 1893-1894 Transatlantic Antilynching Campaign 
Sarah L. Silkey
in: The U.S. South and Europe : Transatlantic Relations in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, ed. by Cornelis A. van. Minnen and Manfred Berg, New directions in southern history (Lexington (KY): University Press of Kentucky, 2013), pp. 145-164. 
317)The empire of progress : West Africans, Indians, and Britons at the British Empire Exhibition 1924-25 
Daniel Stephen
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
318)On laughter-silvered wings : the story of Lt. Col. E.T. (Ted) Strever DFC 
Gail Strever-Morkel
(Barnsley, South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword Aviation, [2013]
319)“Pity for the Poor Africans” : William Cowper and the Limits of Abolitionist Affect [Affect and abolition in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1770-1830] 
Joanne Tong
in: Affect and abolition in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1770-1830, ed. by Stephen Ahern (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013), pp. 129-150. 
320)Laying down the law to the Irish and the coons : Stormont’s response to American racial segregation in Northern Ireland during the Second World War 
Simon Topping
Historical Research, 86.234 (2013) 741-759 Full text 
321)“The Dusky Doughboys” : Interaction between African American Soldiers and the Population of Northern Ireland during the Second World War 
Simon Topping
Journal of American Studies, 47.4 (2013) 1131-1154 Full text 
322)Malcolm X’s Visit to Oxford University : U.S. Civil Rights, Black Britain, and the Special Relationship on Race 
Stephen G. N. Tuck
American Historical Review, 118.1 (2013) 76-103 Full text 
323)Black Loyalists : southern settlers of Nova Scotia’s first free black communities  
Ruth Holmes Whitehead
(Halifax (NS): Nimbus Publishing, 2013)
1 review(s) 
324)‘In this Metropolis of the World We Must Have a Building Worthy of Our Great People’ : Race, Empire and Hospitality in Imperial London, 1931-1948 
Daniel Whittall
in: Africa in Europe : studies in transnational practice in the long twentieth century, ed. by Eve Rosenhaft and Robbie Aitken, Migrations and identities, 2 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2013), pp. 76-98. 
325)Black British solidarity with the anti-apartheid struggle : the West Indian Standing Conference and black action for the liberation of Southern Africa 
Elizabeth M. Williams
in: Southern african liberation struggles : new local, regional and global perspectives, ed. by Hilary Sapire and Christopher C. Saunders (Cape Town: University of Cape Town Press, 2013), pp. 251-273. 
326)Coat of many colours : the origin, growth, distinctiveness and contributions of black majority churches to British Christianity 
Babatunde Adedibu
([Blackpool]: Wisdom Summit, 2012
327)African Political Thinkers, Pan-Africanism and the Politics of Exile, c.1850–1970 
Hakim Adi
Immigrants & Minorities, 30.2-3 (2012) 263-291 Full text 
328)They gave the crowd plenty fun : West Indian cricket and its relationship with the British-resident Caribbean diaspora 
Colin Babb
(London: Hansib, 2012
329)African Pentecostal growth : the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Britain 
Richard Burgess
in: Church growth in Britain : 1980 to the present, ed. by David Goodhew, Ashgate contemporary ecclesiology (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012), pp. 127-144. 
330)Image matters : archive, photography, and the African diaspora in Europe 
Tina Campt
(Durham (NC): Duke University Press, 2012
331)Black salt : seafarers of African descent on British ships 
Ray Costello
(Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2012
332)Scandal at Congo House 
Christopher Draper& John Lawson-Reay
(Llanrwst: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2012
333)Moving up and moving out? The expansion of a London-based ‘African Pentecostal’ Church 
Amy Duffour
in: Church growth in Britain : 1980 to the present, ed. by David Goodhew, Ashgate contemporary ecclesiology (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012), pp. 145-160. 
334)White Negroes, Black Hebrews, and the Anti-Imperialist Narratives of Theophilus Scholes 
Wigmoore Francis
Journal of Caribbean History, 46.1 (2012) 33-61 
335)Aboriginal convicts : Aborigines, Khoisan and Maori exiles in the Australian penal colonies 
Kristyn Harman
(Sydney (NSW): NewSouth Publishing, 2012
336)The black flash : the Albert Johanneson story 
Paul Harrison
(Skipton, North Yorkshire: Vertical Editions, 2012
337)Reggae, Rasta and the Role of the Deejay in the Black British Experience 
William Henry
Contemporary British History, 26.3 (2012) 355-373 Full text 
338)Remembering Africans in Diaspora : Robert Wedderburn’s ‘Freedom Narrative’ 
Nadine Hunt
in: Slavery in Africa and the Caribbean : a history of enslavement and identity since the 18th century, ed. by Olatunji Ojo and Nadine Hunt, International library of colonial history, 13 (London: I.B. Tauris, 2012), pp. 175-198. 
339)African Slave Religions, 1400–1790 
Sylvester A. Johnson
in: The Cambridge history of religions in America, ed. by Stephen J. Stein (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [2012]), pp. 369-391. 
340)Significant Black South Africans in Britain before 1912 : Pan-African Organisations and the Emergence of South Africa’s First Black Lawyers 
David Killingray
Suid-Afrikaanse historiese joernaal : South African historical journal, 64.3 (2012) 393-417 Full text 
341)Stefano Lazaridis : 28 July 1942 – 8 May 2010 
Michael Lee
([Great Britain]: Tim Williams, [2012?]
342)Freedom by Reaching the Wooden World: American Slaves and the British Navy during the War of 1812
Thomas Malcolmson
Northern Mariner, 22.4 (2012) 361-392 
343)Exhibiting Race ‘under the World’s Huge Glass Case’ : William and Ellen Craft and William Wells Brown at the Great Exhibition in Crystal Palace,… 
Lisa Merrill
Slavery & Abolition, 33.2 (2012) 321-336 Full text 
344)Two Previously Unknown Letters from Hastings Kamuzu Banda, Written from Edinburgh, 1938, Archived at the University of Cape Town 
Seàn Morrow& John McCracken
History in Africa, 39 (2012) 337-354 Full text 
345)Native Foreigners and the Ambiguity of Order and Identity : The Case of African Diasporas and Islamic Law in British Cameroon 
Harmony S. O’Rourke
History in Africa, 39 (2012) 97-122 Full text 
346)What’s in a Name? 
Onyeka
History Today, 62.10 (2012) 34-39 
347)The rise of Black Churches 
Hugh Osgood
in: Church growth in Britain : 1980 to the present, ed. by David Goodhew, Ashgate contemporary ecclesiology (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012), pp. 107-126. 
348)‘When he gets among his Countrymen, they tell him that he is free’ : Slave Trade Abolition, Indentured Africans and a Royal Commission 
Anita Rupprecht
Slavery & Abolition, 33.3 (2012) 435-455 Full text 
349)‘Fractured Families’ : The Jan Allen Controversy and Australia-British Relations, 1970–72 
Gwenda Tavan
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 40.4 (2012) 669-690 Full text 
350)Richard B. Moore and the Caribbean “Awaymen” Network 
Joyce Moore Turner
Journal of Caribbean History, 46.1 (2012) 61-95 
351)Creolising London : black West Indian activism, and the politics of race and empire in Britain, 1931-1948 
Daniel Whittall
(Thesis (Ph.D.) — University of London, 2012
352)One of the most gentlemanly players that ever donned a jersey : the English rugby career of Richard Msimang (1907-1912) 
Brian Peel Willan
Quarterly Bulletin of the South African Library, 66.3 (2012) 5-16 
353)Violence, gender, and race in the seventeenth-century English Atlantic 
Susan Dwyer Amussen
in: Masculinities, childhood, violence : attending to early modern women – and men : proceedings of the 2006 symposium, ed. by Amy E. Leonard and Karen L. Nelson, Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies (Newark (DE): University of Delaware Press, 2011), pp. 283-304. 
354)The culture of Caribbean migration to Britain in the 1950s 
Mary Chamberlain
in: Transregional and transnational families in Europe and beyond : experiences since the middle ages, ed. by Christopher H. Johnson (New York: Berghahn Books, 2011), pp. 253-270. 
355)Mixed race in your face : our family politics of race, roots, and revolution 
Spartaca Chevannes-Reeves
(Wolverhampton: Blue Roof Books, 2011
356)PAN! : the steelband movement in Britain 
Geraldine Connor& New World Symphony Steel Orchestra (Leeds, England)
([Leeds]: GBAKHANDA Publishing, [2011]
357)Reframing Freedom and Citizenship in the Black Atlantic : MLK Jr., Ghana’s Independence, and the Shifting Terrain of History in the Atlantic World 
Cary Fraser
in: Africa, empire and globalization : essays in honor of A.G. Hopkins, ed. by Toyin Falola, Emily Brownell and Antony Gerald Hopkins, Carolina Academic Press African world series (Durham (NC): Carolina Academic Press, 2011), pp. 509-523. 
358)Print, Newspapers and Audiences in Colonial Kenya : African and Indian Improvement, Protest and Connections 
Bodil Folke Frederiksen
Africa [London], 81.1 (2011) 155-172 Full text 
359)Imperial Burden or Jews of Africa? : An Analysis of Political and Media Discourse in the Ugandan Asian Crisis (1972) 
Yumiko Hamai
20th Century British History, 22.3 (2011) 415-436 Full text 
360)Tyrone Grainger and the dilemma of blackness in London 
Anita Harris
African and Black Diaspora, 4.2 (2011) 193-200 Full text 
361)“Stalag Happy” : South African Prisoners of War during World War Two (1939–1945) and their Experience and Use of Humour 
Karen Horn
Suid-Afrikaanse historiese joernaal : South African historical journal, 63.4 (2011) 537-552 Full text 
362)Caribbean Publishing in Britain. A Tribute to Arif Ali 
Asher Hoyles& Martin Hoyles
(London: Hansib, 2011
363)Frank Utten Purchase, Montgomeryshire Physician and Descendant of Slave Owners 
Rachael Jones
Montgomeryshire Collections, 99 (2011) 83-87 
364)Migration, mining, and the African diaspora : Guyana in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries 
Barbara P. Josiah
(New York; Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
365)The New Cross massacre story 
John La Rose , Linton Kwesi Johnson , Gus John& George Padmore Institute
(London: New Beacon Books, 2011
366)Ira Aldridge : The early years, 1807-1833 
Bernth Lindfors
Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora, 49 (Rochester (NY): University of Rochester Press, 2011
367)Ira Aldridge : The vagabond years, 1833-1852 
Bernth Lindfors
Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora, 49 (Rochester (NY): University of Rochester Press, 2011
368)Representing Race and Place : Black Midlanders on Television in the 1960s and 1970s 
Paul Long
Midland History, 36.2 (2011) 262-277 Full text 
369)Autobiography and memory : Gustavus Vassa, alias Olaudah Equiano, the African 
Paul E. Lovejoy
in: Repercussions of the Atlantic slave trade : the interior of the Bight of Biafra and the African diaspora, ed. by Carolyn A. Brown and Paul E. Lovejoy, The Harriet Tubman series on the African diaspora (Trenton (NJ): Africa World Press, 2011), . 
370)Gideon Fagan’s studies at the Royal College of Music in London, 1922-1926 
H. van der Mescht
South African Journal of Cultural History, 25.2 (2011) 137-157 
371)Translating the vernacular : Indigenous and African knowledge in the eighteenth-century British Atlantic 
Kathleen S. Murphy
Atlantic Studies: literary, cultural and historical perspectives, 8.1 (2011) 29-48 Full text 
372)Exploring supplementary education : margins, theories and methods 
Kevin Myers& Ian Grosvenor
History of Education, 40.4 (2011) 501-520 Full text 
373)Paving the Empire Road : BBC television and black Britons 
Darrell M. Newton
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011
374)Comunity, race, and the origins of the British credit union movement 
Sean O’Connell
Quaderni storici, 46.2 (2011) 593-610 
375)Infernal traffic : excavation of a Liberated African Graveyard in Rupert’s Valley, St. Helena 
Andrew Pearson
CBA research report, 169 (York: Council for British Archaeology, 2011
376)Windrush Square : a brief history of the square and its main points of interest 
Alan Piper& Brixton Society
(London: The Brixton Society, 2011
377)Black concentration camps in the region of Heidelberg during the Anglo-Boer War 
Fransjohan Pretorius& W. Pretorius
Joernaal vir Eietydse Geskiedenis / Journal for Contemporary History [Bloemfontein, RSA], 36.2 (2011) 48-69 
378)Black British North American Sailors in the Civil War
Richard Reid
Northern Mariner, 21.1 (2011) 1-26 
379)‘Green for Come’ : Moving to York as a Ugandan Asian Refugee 
Emma Robertson
in: Refugees and the end of empire : imperial collapse and forced migration in the twentieth century, ed. by Panikos Panayi and Pippa Virdee (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 245-270. 
380)Where the Country Meets the Town : Spanish Town, Jamaica, and the Urban Roles of an Inland West Indian Town 
James Robertson
Journal of Caribbean History, 45.1 (2011) 47-75 
381)Bonds of empire : West Indians and Britishness from Victoria to decolonization 
Anne Spry Rush
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011
382)Why not me? : from Trinidad to Albert Square via Empire Road : a memoir 
Corinne Skinner-Carter& Z. Nia Reynolds
([s.l.]: Black Stock Books, 2011
383)Lady Huntingdon, Religion and Race 
John R. Tyson
Methodist History, 50.1 (2011) 28-39 
384)“The suspects are not to be treated as prisoners or convicts” – a labour camp for Africans associated with the Boer Commandoes during the… 
Johan Wassermann
Joernaal vir Eietydse Geskiedenis / Journal for Contemporary History [Bloemfontein, RSA], 36.2 (2011) 25-47 
385)The Cultural Currency of Afro-Caribbeans in Northamptonshire c. 1960-1990 
George Watley
Midland History, 36.2 (2011) 245-261 Full text 
386)Creating Black Places in Imperial London : The League of Coloured Peoples and Aggrey House, 1931-1943 
Daniel Whittall
London Journal, 36.3 (2011) 225-246 Full text 
387)Between Heroism and Acquittal : Henry Redhead Yorke and the Inherent Instability of Political Trials in Britain during the 1790s 
Amnon Yuval
Journal of British Studies, 50.3 (2011) 612-638 Full text 
388)The creolisation of London kinship : mixed African-Caribbean and white British extended families, 1950-2003 
Elaine Bauer
(Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010
389)“Come and See the Empire by the All Red Route!” : Anti-Imperialism and Exhibitions in Interwar Britain 
Sarah Britton
History Workshop Journal, 69 (2010) 68-89 Full text 
390)The life and letters of Philip Quaque, the first African Anglican missionary 
Vincent Carretta& Ty M. Reese
Race in the Atlantic world, 1700-1900 (Athens (GA); London: University of Georgia Press, 2010
391)Improbable Grounds: The Emergence of the Black British Intellectual 
Ben Carrington
South Atlantic Quarterly, 109.2 (2010) 369-389 Full text 
392)The Blackness Within : Early Modern Color-Concept, Physiology and Aaron the Moor in Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus” 
Margaux Deroux
Mediterranean studies : the journal of the Mediterranean Studies Association, 19 (2010) 86-101 
393)Bondsmen, Freedmen, and Maritime Industrial Transportation, c.1840-1900 
Janet J. Ewald
Slavery & Abolition, 31.3 (2010) 451-66 Full text 
394)Why James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw came to Kidderminster 
C. D. Gilbert
Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, 22 (2010) 175-180 
395)Bill Morris : a trade union miracle 
Geoffrey Goodman
(London: Arcadia Books, 2010
396)Black refugees in Canada : accounts of escape during the era of slavery 
George Hendrick& Willene Hendrick
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., 2010
397)Fighting for Britain : African soldiers in the Second World War 
David Killingray& Martin Plaut
(Woodbridge, Suffolk: James Currey, 2010; Rochester (NY): Boydell & Brewer, 2010
398)Working the diaspora : the impact of African labor on the Anglo-American world, 1650-1850 
Frederick C. Knight
(New York: New York University Press, 2010
399)Ira Aldridge as Macbeth 
Bernth Lindfors
in: Weyward Macbeth : intersections of race and performance, ed. by Scott L. Newstok and Ayanna Thompson, Signs of race (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 45-54. 
400)North of the color line : migration and Black resistance in Canada, 1870-1955 
Sarah-Jane Mathieu
The John Hope Franklin series in African American history and culture (Chapel Hill (NC): University of North Carolina Press, 2010
401)Capital affairs : London and the making of the permissive society 
Frank Mort
(New Haven (CT); London: Yale University Press, 2010
402)Images of Africa in Early Twentieth-Century British Theatre 
Steve Nicholson
in: Histories 1850-1950, ed. by Yvette Hutchison, African Theatre, 9 (Woodbridge: James Currey, 2010), pp. 122-137. 
403)Paul Robeson : film pioneer 
Scott Allen Nollen
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland, 2010
404)Clicko : the wild dancing bushman 
Neil Parsons
(Chicago (IL): Chicago University Press, 2010
405)Eventually alien : the multigenerational saga of British West Indians in Central America, 1870-1940 
Lara Putnam
in: Blacks & blackness in Central America : between race and place, ed. by Lowell Gudmundson and Justin Wolfe (Durham (NC): Duke University Press, 2010), pp. 278-306. 
406)Philip Quaque (1741-1816) : African Anglican missionary on the Gold Coast 
Ty M. Reese
in: The human tradition in the black Atlantic, 1500-2000, ed. by Beatriz G. Mamigonian and Karen Racine, The human tradition around the world (Lanham (MD): Rowman & Littlefield, 2010), pp. 37-50. 
407)Christie of Zanzibar : medical pathfinder 
Edna Robertson
(Glendaruel: Argyll Publishing, 2010
408)White Anglo-Saxon Hopes and Black Americans’ Atlantic Dreams : Jack Johnson and the British Boxing Colour Bar 
Theresa Runstedtler
Journal of World History [Honolulu], 21.4 (2010) 657-689 Full text 
409)The world of Thomas Jeremiah : Charles Town on the eve of the American Revolution 
William Randolph Ryan
(New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010
410)Reassessing the “Sankofa Symbol” in New York’s African Burial Ground 
Erik R. Seeman
William and Mary Quarterly, 67.1 (2010) 101-22 
411)‘A West Indian? You must be joking! I come out of the East End’ : Kenny Lynch and English racism in the 1950s and 1960s 
Jon Stratton
Popular Music History, 5.3 (2010) 305-326 
412)The West African Kroomen and their link to Simon’s Town 
Joline Young
Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa, 64.2 (2010) 62-75 
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