May 21, 2019

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, […]

Writing for Liberty Events Series

Posted on September 17, 2012 by in Events, News, Trans-Scriptions

Under the Centre’s current programme of events, Trans-Scriptions, we are launching a new three-part series entitled Writing for Liberty in 2012. This series will bring to Lancaster writers who have been imprisoned or persecuted for their writings, or who have used their writing in the interests of social and political liberty. As well as working with writers, we […]

Regarding War: image/text

Posted on June 18, 2009 by in Events, Photography, Trans-Scriptions

‘Regarding War: image/text’ was one of the Centre’s earlier events that relates most closely to our current ‘Writing for Liberty’ series. This Trans-Scriptions event took place on June 18th 2009 and brought together a photographer, a filmmaker, a contemporary writer and a literary critic to discuss the themes of conflict, displacement and alienation in the context of […]