Narrating the Diverse Past
References in bold are the source material for the texts in the illustrated maps.
Barbados History & Archaeology
Barbados Museum and Historical Society website
Beckles, Hilary, 1990. A History of Barbados: From Amerindian settlement to nation-state. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chester, Greville J. 1870. The Shell-Implements and Other Antiquities of Barbados. Archaeological Journal 27: 43-53. [Conset point/shell implement; “Indian caves”; Barbados map]
de Waal, Maaike S.; Finneran, Niall; Reilly, Matthew C.; Armstrong, Douglas V.; Farmer, Kevin. (Eds.), 2019. Pre-Colonial and Post-Contact Archaeology in Barbados: Past, Present, and Future Research Directions. Sidestone Press.
Fewkes, J. Walter. 1922. A Prehistoric Island Culture of America. 34th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1912-13. Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office. [Codrington College, Barbados map]
Fraser, Henry and Hughes, Ronnie, 1986. Historic Houses of Barbados. Bridgetown: Barbados National Trust.
Holder, John W. 1988. Codrington College: A Brief History. Bridgetown, Barbados. [Codrington College, Barbados map]
Hughes, Griffith. 1750. A Natural History of Barbados in Ten Books. London. [Bridgetown, Barbados map]
Stark, James H. 1893. Stark’s History and Guide to Barbados and the Caribbee Islands. Boston: Photo-Electrotype Co. Publishers. [Farley Hill, Barbados map]
Caribbean British History
British Library, Windrush Stories webpage
British Museum. The British Museum Story: Sir Hans Sloane. [British Museum, Britain map]
BBC, 2020. Reading honours Windrush Generation online. BBC News [Online] [Huntley and Palmers, Britain map]
Colonial and Indian Exhibition, 1886. Official Catalogue (2nd edn). London: William Clowes & Sons, Ltd. [Colonial and Indian exhibition, Britain map]
Huxtable, Sally Anne; Fowler, Corinne; Kefalas, Christo; Slocombe, Emma (Eds.), 2020. Interim Report on the Connections between Colonialism and Properties now in the Care of the National trust, Including Links with Historic Slavery. National Trust.
Institute of Historical Research, 2020. Teaching British Histories of Race, Migration and Empire [Online Resource list]
Lidher, Sundeep. 2018. British Citizenship and the Windrush Generation. Runneymede Trust blog. [Huntley and Palmers, Britain map]
Olusoga, David. 2017. Black and British: A Forgotten History. London: Pan Books. [Huntley and Palmers, Britain map]
Qureshi, Sadiah. 2011. Peoples on Parade: Exhibitions, Empire, and Anthropology in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Stevens, Edward. 1870. Flint Chips: A Guide to Pre-Historic Archaeology Illustrated by the Collection in the Blackmore Museum, Salisbury. London: Bell and Daldy. [Blackmore collection, Britain map]
University of the West Indies & Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 2018. The Enigma of Arrival: The Politics and Poetics of Caribbean Migration to Britain [Exhibition website, via Reading Museum] [Huntley and Palmers, Britain map]
West India Committee. Portal for West Indian History Heritage and Culture. [Online]
Wilson, David. 2002. The British Museum: A History. London: British Museum Press. [British Museum, Victoria Street, Britain map]
UK Children’s Publishing & Curriculum
Best, Emily; Clark, Christina; Picton, Irene. 2020. Seeing yourself in what you read: Diversity and children and young people’s reading in 2020. National Literacy Trust.
Centre for Literacy in Primary Education, 2018. Reflecting Realities: Survey of Ethnic Representation within UK Children’s Literature, 2017.
Centre for Literacy in Primary Education, 2019. Reflecting Realities: Survey of Ethnic Representation within UK Children’s Literature, 2018.
Centre for Literacy in Primary Education, 2020. Reflecting Realities: Survey of Ethnic Representation within UK Children’s Literature, 2019.
Chetty, Darren and Sands O’Connor, Karen. Beyond the Secret Garden: A Round-Up. Books for Keeps.
Craig, Lydia. Racial Adventure Stories for Victorian and Edwardian Children. Journal of Victorian Culture blog.
Kaufmann, Miranda. 2020. Black History Matters: Changing What Happens in Our Classrooms Part 1, Part 2. www.mirandakaufmann.com.
McIntosh, Kimberley; Todd, Jason; Das, Nandini, 2019. Teaching Migration, Belonging and Empire in Secondary Schools. TIDE-Runnymede Trust.
Ramdarshan-Bold, Melanie, 2019. Representation of people of colour among children’s book authors and illustrators. Book Trust.
Saha, Anamik and van Lente, Sandra. 2020. Rethinking ‘Diversity’ in Publishing. Goldsmiths Press.
Serroukh, Farrah and Sands O’Connor, Karen. 2020. Go deeper: Reflecting on Black presence in children’s books. British Library blog.