'History is a compass people use to find themselves on the map of human geography' 

~ Professor John Henrik Clarke

Join Dr Onyeka Nubia, a pioneering and internationally recognised historian, writer and presenter, for this special talk marking Black History Month. Dr Nubia will be sharing some of his world-leading research into the history of Africans in Ancient and Medieval England - bringing a much-needed and long-overdue new look at what we thought we knew about Medieval History. 

When | Thursday 13 October, 7.30-9pm

Where | Online via Zoom Webinar

Cost | £10 (£6 students)

Tutor | Dr Onyeka Nubia, FRHistS, Historian, Writer & Lecturer

Dr Onyeka Nubia is a pioneering and internationally recognised historian, writer and presenter who is reinventing perceptions of the Renaissance, British history, Black Studies and intersectionalism. He has developed entirely new strands of British history which includes Africans in Ancient and Medieval England, and is also an expert on diversity in Tudor, Stuart, Georgian and Edwardian England/Britain.

Joining Options

This talk takes place live online only, via Zoom Webinar. If you cannot attend on the night, please purchase an online ticket to receive access to a recording. Joining details will be sent out after 12pm on the afternoon of the talk. 

Clergy and Reader Training Grants

We are very pleased to be able to offer clergy and Readers in the diocese of St Albans complimentary access to our Adult Learning courses, talks, study days, and reading groups.

To sign up for this event, please email [email protected] with your name and role and we will confirm your place.