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18th November 2020

New date for Talk on George Padmore

Talk and Q&A

We have rescheduled our Talk and Q&A on George Padmore: Who lived at 22 Cranleigh Street?

Please book on Eventbrite. On donation.

About

Join us online for a fascinating Talk + Q&A: a Journey through the life of George Padmore, pioneering black activist, Pan-Africanist and leader, who lived in Somers Town, bringing leading revolutionaries and leading thinkers to the unassuming Cranleigh Street in Camden.

Dr Leslie James will be in conversation with Professor Esther Leslie.

Enjoy this journey via maps, video and conversation.

George Padmore’s local links & plaque are covered in our new Publication, Journeys available on donation here. 

Who’s who

Dr Leslie James, Senior Lectuer in World History 

Recent Publications: “Essential Things Such as Typewriters”: Development Discourse, Trade Union Expertise, and the Dialogues of Decolonization between the Caribbean and West Africa’ Journal of Social History (2019)

‘Manifesto,’ by the Afro-Asian Networks Research Collective, Radical History Review issue 131 (May 2018)

Esther Leslie, Professor of Political Aesthetics

Fellow of the British Academy

https://www.georgepadmoreinstitute.org