Katie Donington is a Senior Lecturer in Black, Caribbean, and African History at the Open University. Her research focuses on the history, legacies, and representation of British transatlantic slavery. Her doctoral and post-doctoral work was conducted with the Legacies of British Slave-ownership project at University College London. She is author of The bonds of family: Slavery, commerce and culture in the British Atlantic world (Manchester University Press, 2020). She is interested in public history and co-curated the exhibition Slavery, Culture and Collecting at the Museum of London Docklands. She was an advisor on the Colonial Countryside project exploring histories of slavery and empire at the National Trust. She has taught modules on slavery, empire, and Black British history at UCL, the University of Nottingham, LSBU and the Open University.
Opening Plenary: Futures in Caribbean Studies: Black British History
Roundtable discussion, with Meleisa Ono-George, Jade Bentil, Kristy Warren and Katie Donington (Chair: Kesewa John; Moderator: Shantel George)