Black History Month 2022
Throughout October, The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is celebrating Black History Month. This annual celebration is an opportunity to reflect and celebrate Black people, history and culture, as we reaffirm our position as an inclusive and diverse university.
Black History Month is an opportunity for our colleagues, students, stakeholders and the wider community to celebrate Black culture and the contributions Black people have made to society today.
A number of events are taking place across the Faculty which explore topics related to Black history and culture.
Explore world leading research from across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities which has contributed to a greater societal understanding of Black history and culture in the UK and globally.
Our University community
Race Equality Strategy and Action Plan
This plan aims to improve the representation, progression and success of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students and staff across the University of Sheffield.
Supporting BAME postgraduate researchers
The University has been awarded funding to tackle barriers for Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) students to access and take part in postgraduate research.
Portraits of Racial Diversity
Celebrate the achievements of some of our Black, Asian and Other Minority Ethnic staff, students and alumni.
Celebrate with us
Find out about events taking place across the University of Sheffield and our CIty to celebrate Black History Month.