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Dr Nicholas Evans

Biography Dr Nicholas J Evans is lecturer in diaspora history at the Department of History. He is also an academic in the Queen's Anniversary Prize-winning Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation at the University of Hull.

He uses the fruits of his academic research on voluntary and coerced migration to, through and from Britain to empower religious and ethnic minority communities both at home and abroad.

Aspects of his academic research on migration are on permanent display in museums in Antwerp, Cape Town, Hull, London, and Southampton. He is presently co-investigator of the AHRC 'Remember Me: The Changing Face of Memorialisation in the UK'.
Research Interests Migration to, through and from Britain
Passenger shipping
Jewish culture and heritage
Diaspora
Slavery
Teaching and Learning I presently teach on a number of undergraduate modules:
* History of Freedom
* A Millennium of Persecution: Antisemitism in Europe - from the Crusades to the Holocaust
* Communicating the Past
* Gandhi to Mandela: The rise and fall of Apartheid in South Africa

I also teach on the postgraduate module:
* Memory, Meaning and History
ResearcherID D-7740-2018
Scopus Author ID 15069466000
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