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Hunter, Virgillo Amando

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Virgillo Amando Hunter is a Ph.D. Student of Modern British History at the University of East Anglia, England, with interests in British-Caribbean families, oral history and Caribbean migratory cultures in the Twentieth century. Currently, he is writing his dissertation on British-Caribbean families in post-war Britain to further developing his interests in the second-generation, culture between generations, and the impact of the 1980s Brixton Uprisings on families. On completion of his degree in 2021, he is considering going into teaching and researching.
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