Lockdown Lecture: David Olusoga
David Olusoga is Professor of Public History in the School of Arts, Languages and Culture, and a broadcaster and author.
David’s Lockdown Lecture was recorded in May 2020. It’s in two parts: a question-and-answer session with third-year politics student Megan Ritchie in part 1, followed by his lecture in part 2. You can watch both below.
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