Richard Huzzey

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Public History

Broadcast

Print

  • Co-editor and contributor, Campaigning for Change: Lessons from History (London: Friends of the Earth, 2016)
  • Regular column in the Anti-Slavery Reporter, journal of Anti-Slavery International, 2014 – present.
  • ‘Are Petitions Pointless? A historical viewpoint’, Friends of the Earth website, 05/2014 [open access online]
  • ‘The Price of Slavery’, History Today blog, 1 Mar. 2013. [Open access online]
  • ‘When is a slave not really a slave?’, History Today, 62, no. 12 (Dec. 2012), pp. 48-55. [Subscription access online]
  • ‘The dark side of abolitionism’, BBC History Magazine, 13, no. 12 (Dec. 2012), pp. 40-42. [Subscription access online]
  • Series of short pieces for BBC Oxford on the links between the city and slavery and abolition, 2007: 1780s-1838, 1838-1900, 1900-2007 [open access online].

Podcast

  • ‘Why Change Happens: British Anti-Slavery Campaigners’, presentation at History & Policy – Friends of the Earth conference, KCL, 2015 [Open access online]
  • ‘Abolitionists and Abstention: British Consumer Activism against Slavery’, presentation at Boycotts Past and Present conference, Birkbeck College, University of London, June 2013 [Open access online]
  • Podcast for BBC History Magazine Extra, on Sugar and Slavery in Victorian Britain [Open access online].
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March 28, 2013 at 6:16 am

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