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date: 11 November 2019

Black lives in the Oxford DNBlocked

  • Anders Ingram


People of African heritage have been present in the British Isles since Roman times and their lives have been the focus of increasing scholarly, public, and media interest over the last several decades. The original nineteenth-century DNB (1882–1900) had virtually nothing to say on the subject of black lives. However, both the ...

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