African Studies at the Oxford Academy

24/11/2022

Natty Mark Samuels is a poet, writer and teacher, living in Oxford. He is the founder of African School, which was set up in 2009 to introduce African Studies to the general public.

African Studies at Oxford Academy




African studies incorporates the Caribbean and African America, as well as Africa. For 12 years, Natty has been teaching African Studies in varied settings around Oxfordshire and elsewhere, including schools, community projects, museums, colleges.

Exhibition runs from 5th - 27th November 2022

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