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Video: Roger Bromley on Tunisia

Posted on October 25, 2012 by in Trans-Scriptions, Videos, Writing

This is the fourth extract of Professor Roger Bromley’s ‘Reading and Writing the Arab Spring’: Tunisia – “Youth is finally moving”: the graphic novel Sidi Bouzid Kids.  Professor Bromley’s Inaugural Lecture: “Keeping the Narrative Alive: Reading and Writing the Arab Spring,” took place on 17th October 2012 in Lancaster University’s LICA Event Studio. The entire lecture […]

Video: Roger Bromley on Syria

Posted on October 24, 2012 by in Trans-Scriptions, Videos, Writing

This is the third of four extracts of Professor Roger Bromley’s ‘Reading and Writing the Arab Spring’: Syria: Samar Yazbek and Khaled Khalifa – “keeping the narrative alive”.  Professor Bromley’s Inaugural Lecture: “Keeping the Narrative Alive: Reading and Writing the Arab Spring,” took place on 17th October 2012 in Lancaster University’s LICA Event Studio. The […]

Video: Roger Bromley on Egypt

Posted on October 22, 2012 by in Trans-Scriptions, Videos, Writing

This is the second of four extracts of Professor Roger Bromley’s ‘Reading and Writing the Arab Spring’: Egypt: Alaa Al Aswany – “giving memory a future”.  Professor Bromley’s Inaugural Lecture: “Keeping the Narrative Alive: Reading and Writing the Arab Spring,” took place on 17th October 2012 in Lancaster University’s LICA Event Studio. The entire lecture will […]

Video: Roger Bromley on the Arab Spring

Posted on October 21, 2012 by in Trans-Scriptions, Videos, Writing

In 2011, Roger Bromley, Emeritus Professor of Cultural Studies and Honorary Professor of Sociology at the University of Nottingham, was appointed Visiting Professor with the Department of English & Creative Writing at Lancaster, where he is working closely with the Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research. Professor Bromley’s Inaugural Lecture: “Keeping the Narrative Alive: Reading […]

Roger Bromley’s Inaugural Lecture

Posted on October 20, 2012 by in Events, News, Trans-Scriptions

Keeping the Narrative Alive: Reading and Writing the Arab Spring 17th October 2012, 5 pm, LICA Event Studio A27 It has been repeatedly said that the Occupy movement has ‘changed the conversation’ but the Arab Spring has done this and more by developing new and sustainable cultural rhythms through poetry, story, theatre, song, cartoon, hip-hop, blog and tweet, […]