English Country Houses, Colonial Connections & Child Historians

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75 Humberstone Gate

Leicester

LE1 1WB

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Dr Corinne Fowler talks about Colonial Countryside, an initiative led by the University of Leicester’s Centre for New Writing that is working with child historians to develop new audiences for cutting-edge research about British country houses’ Caribbean and East Indian connections.

*Notes:
[1] To contribute to the "Colonial Countryside" pilot project, see http://bit.ly/2sBUTx3
[2] More information on "Colonial Countryside" is available at http://bit.ly/2xYoaUP
[3] Dr Fowler is giving the talk as part of the Leicester Secular Society's series of lectures and as part of Black History Month 2017 http://bit.ly/2y0pwvN
[4] The Leicester Secular Society is one of the oldest secular societies in the world. Past speakers have included George Bernard Shaw, Bertrand Russell, Tony Benn, and Annie Besant.

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