Digital Resources for ‘Nottingham’s Legacy of Slavery’

Through our Learning & Education team, and having been kindly provided with materials by the University of Nottingham, we can now share a series of digital resources that enable everyone to access museums information, teaching aids and activities online.

These resources have been made available to support the teaching of the ‘Nottingham’s Legacies of Slavery’ project, which illuminates and explores the backgrounds of several locally commemorated individuals and prominent places (including Robert Smith, Eric Irons and George Africanus) that are connected to the transatlantic slave economy.

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A Glossary of Terminology for Understanding Transatlantic Slavery and ‘Race’

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Leaders in the Community: George Africanus

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Leaders in the Community: Eric Irons

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Nottingham Monopoly Board
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Activity Pack: Nottingham Monopoly

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Robert Smith Lord Carrington
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 Nottingham’s Links to Slavery in Jamaica: Robert Smith, Lord Carrington

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