Uncomfortable Oxford: city centre walking tour (online)
Join us for an Uncomfortable Tour of Oxford - online!
The lovely stone of Oxford's colleges come alive in this tour as you are led through an interactive map of the city. Each 'stop' will raise conversations about Oxford's imperial history, slave wealth, diversity, and controversial historical memory. Participants will be asked to view the landscape of the city with a critical eye, while learning many of the hidden histories that lie beneath its cobblestones.
This ninety minute-long online walking tour, led by the student-run tour group Uncomfortable Oxford, will be joined by Uehiro Centre philosopher Tess Johnson. To book a place, please click through to Uncomfortable Oxford's eventbrite booking page.
Uncomfortable Oxford Ltd. is an academic-led organisation that researches and runs critical thinking activities in several cities across the UK. Its primary activities are discussion-based walking tours designed to raise questions about controversial histories, including legacies of empire, inequality, race, gender, and class discrimination. The organisation is also committed to highlighting underrepresented histories of black and minority ethnic, women, and LGBTQIA+ communities.