The 70th year of Indian independence inevitably recalls Partition and the violent division that followed it. In a lecture that considers the lessons for other countries facing similar divisions, Kishwar Desai talks about establishing the Partition Museum in Amritsar, and considers whether partition and division are ever reparable. Read more
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A new exhibition from the Migration Museum exploring seven migration moments throughout history that changed Britain through art, photography, graphics, quotes and stories. Read more
Join us for the first of two boat-making workshops led by artist Terry Griffin and come share your stories of sea journeys to and from Britain. A selection of boats made during the workshop will be featured in our exhibition No Turning Back: Seven Migration Moments that Changed Britain.
Join us on Thursday 26 October for a special late opening of the Migration Museum featuring the official launch of Angélica Dass’ Humanae project. Read more
For nearly 70 years, Whitechapel was home to the UK’s largest Jewish population. This walk takes you on a route through Whitechapel in the words of two generations of local writers Read more
In the 1920s and 30s Bloomsbury was London’s most diverse neighbourhood, populated by writers and intellectuals from all over the world. This walk brings together some unexpected perspectives on Bloomsbury from the work of émigré writers from British colonies and beyond. Read more