Wednesday, 19th May at 4pm (UK)
Imagining the Black Cook in Victorian England
This seminar opens up questions about the roles within the hierarchy of domestic labour undertaken by black women workers through the presence of black women who (may have) cooked in British Victorian kitchens.
Dr Caroline Bressey’s work focuses on the historical and cultural geographies of the black presence in Britain. She is Reader in Cultural and Historical Geography at UCL founded the Equiano Centre (2007-2017) to support research into the the black presence in Britain.
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We do have a limit of 100 attendees, but you can also view the livestream of the seminar on the Women’s History Network Facebook page.