Legacies of British Slave Ownership: Thoughts on British Imperial History and Public Memory


by Emily Rutherford Last week, I was meant to be teaching the women’s suffrage movement to my modern British history discussion section, but my students only wanted to talk about one thing: Prime Minister David Cameron visited Jamaica last week, but was dismissive of calls from prominent Jamaican politicians and public figures that Britain pay […]

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