RECORDS
View our past and current schools' work, conferences and publications.

  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2012-13

SCHOOLS' WORK

April 2015: Highbury Grove School, working with year 8s on African history and Timbuktu.

March 2015: St Aloysius College, working with year 9s on Race Relations in Britain in the 1960s.

February 2015: Maritzburg Christian School, working with grade 12s on the African-American Civil Rights Movement.

CONFERENCES

May 2015: Historical Association Annual Conference, Bristol: Exploring meaningful historical enquiries from the African-American Civil Rights Movement.

April 2015: American Educational Research Association conference, Chicago: Beyond the ‘Ragged Bundle’: How Far Can Educators Develop Hope and Justice Through the Teaching of Black History?

SCHOOLS' WORK

December 2014: Holloway School, working with year 7s on Medieval Muslim Science

November 2014: St Aloysius College, working with year 8s on African history and Timbuktu.

May 2014: St Mary’s Hendon, working with year 9s on South African history of Apartheid.

April 2014: Isleworth and Syon School, working with year 8s on Medieval Muslim Science.

CONFERENCES

October 2014: What’s Happening in Black British History conference, London: Doing justice to history: exploring neglected histories through classroom enquiries.

September 2014: British Educational Research Association conference, London: Historical Enquiries into aspects of multicultural history and their impact on students in secondary schools.

May 2014: The Citadel, South Carolina: presentations on the teaching and learning of historical enquiries in schools.

PUBLICATIONS

Mohamud, A. and Whitburn, R. (2014) Unpacking the Suitcase and finding History doing justice to the teaching of diverse histories in the classroom Teaching History 154, pp.40-48.

CONFERENCES

November 2013: Who Owns History? A Clash of Perspectives, conference at Manchester Metropolitan University: Building the History curriculum in urban school classrooms.

August 2013: AREF conference on the School and the nation, in Montpellier, France: History and Britishness: alternatives for school history, presented with Sharon Yemoh.

July 2013: Schools History Project conference in Leeds: workshop on British Somali History Project.

May 2013: HEA annual Humanities conference, in Brighton; presentation on ‘Unpacking the Suitcase and finding history: learning the stories of British Somalis – sojourners to settlers’.

PUBLICATIONS

Whitburn, R., Hussain, M. and Mohamud, A. (2012) ‘Doing Justice to History’: the learning of African history in a North London secondary school and teacher development in the spirit of ubuntu, Teaching History 146, pp.18-27.

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