The History Hotline Tuition

Tuition Services from Undergraduate Tutors

Education is extremely important to us at the History Hotline, so in addition to the podcast we have decided to offer high-quality, affordable online tuition at GCSE and A-Level from our experienced undergraduate and postgraduate students.

This includes Black History, core subjects such as: Maths, English and Science and more. Join our community of advanced learners by providing your email below and one of the team with be in touch with more details.

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Recommended Reads


African and Caribbean People in Britain : A History

By Hakim Adi

Hakim Adi provides a timely survey of the longstanding and important history of the African diaspora in Britain.

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The Heart of the Race

By Beverley Bryan, Stella Dadzie and Suzanne Scafe

A powerful testimony to the experiences of Black women in Britain.

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Capitalism and Slavery

By Eric Williams

What radicalised you? A question often asked of me and the answer is Capitalism and Slavery. An often cited, critiqued but also critical text.

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Academic Conferences

The History Hotline Live 2024

By Deanna Lyncook / Summer 2024 / 2 days

Following the success of the ’Issue of Truth: Representing Black British History’ conference in September 2023, we plan to follow this with The History Hotline Live 2024 featuring live history talks across heritage, academia and public history in order to make Black British history more accessible to the public. We're looking forward to this and i'd like to say a special thank you to the supporters of both the podcast and last year’s event. Best wishes, Deanna.

The Issue of Truth: Representing Black British History

By Deanna Lyncook / 21 September 2023 - 22 September 2023 / 2 days

In light of the conversations sparked by Black Lives Matter and the 75th anniversary of Windrush, this conference invites a number of people working within academia, public history, activism and the cultural sector to discuss a recent trajectory within Black British history.

IHR Wolfson Conference Suite, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU