Hear Our Voices: A Powerful Retelling of the British Empire Through 20 True Stories

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Price
$24.00  $22.32
Publisher
Wide Eyed Editions
Publish Date
Pages
64
Dimensions
10.0 X 12.3 X 0.5 inches | 1.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780711266957

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About the Author

Radhika Natarajan is assistant professor of history and humanities at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Her research focuses on the intertwined histories of decolonization, the welfare state, and citizenship in the British imperial world.

Chao Tayiana is a Kenyan digital heritage specialist and digital humanities scholar. With a background in computer science and a life-long passion for history, her work primarily focuses on the application of technology in the preservation, engagement and dissemination of African heritage and culture. She is the founder of African Digital Heritage, an organisation that seeks to encourage a more critical and holistic approach to the design of digital heritage solutions. She is also a co-founder of the Museum of British Colonialism where she leads digital engagement and is a co-founder of the Open Restitution Africa project.

Alexander Mostov is a Seattle-based illustrator whose work has been featured by Google, Facebook, and the Columbus Museum of Art. Previous books include D-Day: Untold Stories of the Normandy Landings Inspired by 20 Real-Life People published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books, 2019.

Reviews
"This pioneering book tells the history of the British Empire, its legacy and how it has shaped the UK today, through 25 real people's stories."--The Bookseller
"should be an essential addition to any school library."--The Bookseller
"This empowering journey through time and across continents explores the rise, fall and legacy of the British Empire from the perspectives of 20 real people who lives through it."--The Bookseller