You are invited to an afternoon’s symposium of discussion with leading scholars in the fields of post-war British Black and Asian Literature with readings by leading writers, sponsored by Wasafiri:

3.30pm–5.30pm – Richard Hoggart Building

Prof. John McLeod (University of Leeds)
Dr. Malachi McIntosh (Runnymede Trust)
Prof. Susheila Nasta (The Open University),
Dr James Procter (Newcastle University)
Dr. Suzanne Scafe (London Southbank University)
Dr Paul Warmington (University of Warwick)
Chair: Dr Deirdre Osborne (Goldsmiths)
Respondent: Dr Valerie Kaneko Lucas (Regent’s University)

At 6pm the event will launch THE FIRST CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO BRITISH BLACK AND ASIAN LITERATURE (1945-2010) with a drinks reception with readings from Courttia Newland and Moniza Alvi, which marks the arrival WASAFIRI to its new home at Goldsmiths.

To book your FREE place, please email Heather Marks at: hmark002@gold.ac.uk

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