Dr Onyeka Nubia

Dr Onyeka Nubia (University of Nottingham) is a pioneering and internationally recognised historian, writer and presenter. His current works include reinventing our perceptions of the Renaissance, British history, Black Studies and intersectionalism. Dr Nubia is the leading historian on the status and origins of Africans in pre-colonial England from antiquity to 1603. He has developed entirely new strands of British history which includes Africans in Ancient and Medieval England. An expert on diversity in Tudor, Stuart, Georgian and Edwardian England/Britain. He has helped academia and the general public to an entirely new perspective on otherness, colonialism, imperialism and the Black British contribution to World Wars I and II.

Dr Nubia is the writer of Blackamoores Africans in Tudor England and England’s Other Countrymen.

Recent Past Lectures
Part of a series

Blacks Britannica: Diversity in Medieval and Early Modern England

Dr Onyeka Nubia
Wednesday, 6 October 2021 - 6:00PM