Wednesday 15 April 2020, 7.00PM to 9.00pm
British society changed substantially in the twentieth century, but perhaps no change has proved more significant than the advent of multiculturalism. This course will analyse the process by which Britain became a multicultural nation by exploring the politics of race, immigration, and citizenship across the twentieth century. It will introduce students to the contours of Britain’s immigrant history, and assess the (often conflicting) roles of governmental actors, political activists, and cultural producers in forming the multicultural society we have today.
Tutor: Benjamin Bland BA MA