Migration in Britain
This playlist brings is targeted at GCSE students taking the papers (AQA) AC Britain: Migration, empires and the people: c790 to the present day, (Edexcel) Option 13: Migrants in Britain, c1800-present, and (OCR) J410/08 Migration to Britain c.1000 to c.2010.
 
What this playlist includes:
73 lectures across 14 courses.
All resources designed and delivered by university academics and researchers.
Courses and Lectures
1. Migration and Diversity in Britain
Prof. Panikos Panayi
De Montfort University
1.1. Migration to Britain – 09:09
1.2. Integration – 08:44
1.4. Xenophobia and Racism – 11:08
1.5. Multiculturalism – 09:42
2. Migration – Anglo-Saxons, 450-1066
Prof. Ryan Lavelle
Winchester University
4. Migration – The Normans, 846-1204
Prof. Leonie Hicks
Canterbury Christ Church University
4.1. Why the Normans? – 06:54
4.2. From Norway? To Normandy – 13:28
4.4. The Normans in England – 15:00
5. Migration – The Plantation of Ulster, 1593-1643
Dr Ruth Canning
Liverpool Hope University
6. Migration – The English Invasion of Ireland, 1169-1210
Dr Colin Veach
Hull University
7. Migration - The Caribbean, 1600-1900
Prof. Sean Kelley
Essex University
8. Migration – The British East India Company, 1600-1858
Dr John Mcaleer
Southampton University
9. Migration – The British East India Company and Migration, 1600-1874
Dr Guido van Meersbergen
Warwick University
10. Migration – American War of Independence, 1700-1800
Dr Jon Chandler
UCL
11. Migration – British Migration, 1900-79
Dr Daniel Renshaw
Reading University
12. Migration – Jewish Migration in the 1930s
Prof. Tony Kushner
Southampton University
14. Migration – India in the 20th Century
Prof. Faisal Devji
University of Oxford
14.1. Soldiers, Ayahs and Lascars – 07:18
14.2. Travellers – 04:52
14.3. Ambassadors – 10:47
14.6. Mahatma Gandhi – 07:36
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