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Blackamoores: Africans in Tudor England, Their Presence, Status & Origins / Onyeka

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Published by Narrative Eye 2014 A4 Size Paperback
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From all-around, British-based writer and intellectual Onyeka, comes this astounding and pioneering piece of work. Almost unique in its likeness, 'Blackamoores' discovers the reality and experience of peoples of colour in Tudor England. Often completely ignored by those who study Tudor history, the author uncovers that Black Tudors were actually a very visible and vibrant part of some Tudor societies. 

Through painstaking research of over 10 years and analysing over 25,000 documents, Onyeka does nothing short of produce a study which is the first of its kind and challenges some major conceptions we have of not only Tudor society, but when and how cultural diversity really came to England.  

From all-around, British-based writer and intellectual Onyeka, comes this astounding and pioneering piece of work. Almost unique in its likeness, 'Blackamoores' discovers the reality and experience of peoples of colour in Tudor England. Often completely ignored by those who study Tudor history, the author uncovers that Black Tudors were actually a very visible and vibrant part of some Tudor societies. 

Through painstaking research of over 10 years and analysing over 25,000 documents, Onyeka does nothing short of produce a study which is the first of its kind and challenges some major conceptions we have of not only Tudor society, but when and how cultural diversity really came to England.