Two March Events

Distinguished Guardian international journalist Gary Younge spoke about his new book ‘Who Are We: and why should it matter in the 21st century?’ on March 8th at a lunchtime seminar in IAS organised by the centre for Transcultural Writing and Research. The event was chaired by Dr. Lindsey Moore and led to a wide discussion about culture and identity attended by about 60 members of staff and students.  Download the poster for the Gary Younge event.

Points of Departure.  Bermudan Novelist Angela Barry read from her novel ‘Goree: point of departure’ on March 16th IAS MR2/3. She was joined by Jeremy Poynting to discuss 25 years of production from Peepal Tree Press and the event was chaired by Professor Roger Bromley, author of ‘Narratives for a New Belonging’. Download the poster for Points of Departure.