Wasafiri Bundle – Reimagining Education

Edited by Darren ChettyAngelique Golding, and Nicola RollockWasafiri 112: Reimagining Education considers what education means within and beyond the classroom, investigating government intervention and the exploration and reclamation of decolonisation, and addressing the forces of change and continuity in Britain today. Featuring interviews with Inua Ellams, Gary Younge, and Steve Garner; fiction from Durre Shawar and Jade E Bradford; poetry from Salena GoddenBakita Kasadha, and Marvin Thompson; life writing from Diane Leedham, and much more, this is an issue not to be missed.

In celebration of Wasafiri 112, and exclusively on the Wasafiri website, we're offering a bundle of four issues for £33: Wasafiri 112: Reimagining Education, Wasafiri 64: Black Britain: Beyond Definition, Wasafiri 60: New Generations: Writing for Children and Young Adults, and Wasafiri 6/7, our double issue, Focus on Education. This bundle also includes a free copy of Wasafiri Young London Writes, our 2014 special issue exclusively written and illustrated by students across London. Together, these five issues provide a wide-ranging, nuanced look at educational systems and decolonisation across our rich archive, spanning thirty-five years.

Wasafiri 112: Reimagining Eduction

Guest Edited by Darren Chetty, Angelique Golding, and Nicola Rollock

Editorial Where Do We Go From Here?

Interviews Gary Younge; Inua Ellams; Steve Garner

Articles Pedagogies of Defiance; Educational Grief; Diversifying or Decolonising: How Do We Teach Black History?; A ‘Balanced’ History of Empire: Sathnam Sanghera’s Empireland and Other Colonial Anti-Colonial Histories

Art On Art and Friendship: Expanding What Relation Can Be

Fiction Jade E Bradford; Durre Shahwar;

Poetry Marvin Thompson; Bakita Kasadha; Salena Godden

Life Writing Diane Leedham

Review Essay: The Past – and Future – of Black Britishness in Children's Books

Reviews Lisa Allen Agostini, The Bread the Devil Knead; Mukoma Wa Ngugi, Unbury Our Dead With Song; Yousif M Qasmiyeh, Writing the Camp

and more...

Wasafiri 64: Black Britain: Beyond Definition

Guest Edited by Bernardine Evaristo and Karen McCarthy Woolf

Editorial The Illusion of Inclusion

Interview Kwame Kwei Armah and Jackie Kay

Art Jay Bernard

Fiction Leone Ross

Poetry Warsan Shire, Kayo Chingonyi, Louisa Adjoa Parker, Yemesi Blake, Sheree Mack and Inua Ellams

Life Writing A Writer's Life

Reviews Zadie Smith, Andrea Levy, Kwame Davis

and more...

Wasafiri 60: New Generations: Writing for Children and Young Adults

Guest Edited by Beverley Naidoo and Shereen Pandit

Editorial Writing for Children and Young Adults

Poetry John Agard, Debjani Chatterjee, Jackie Kay and Grace Nicols
Fiction by Ibtisam Barakat, Susmita Bhattacharya and C Y Onyia

Interviews Diane Case and  Jamila Gavin

Life Writing Meshak Asare, Deborah Ellis, Mary Hoffman, Catherine Johnson, Elizabeth Laird, Errol Lloyd, Ana Maria Machado

Reviews Christine Wilkie-Stibbs's The Outside Child In and Out of the Book, Elizabeth Laird's Lost Riders, Anna Perera's Guantanamo Boy, Naomi Shihab Nye's Honeybee: Poems and Short Prose, Bernard Ashley's Angel Boy and Na'ima B Robert's From Somalia With Love

and more...

Wasafiri: New Generations: Young London Writes

As a supplement to Wasafiri 60, we're offering a free copy of our Young London Writes issue — written and illustrated by students across London from four different schools: Claremont High School, Thomas Tallis School, City and Islington College, and Highams Park School.






6/7: Focus on Education

Articles Multicultural and Anti-Racist Education and Literature, African Theatre and Political Action

Fiction Henri Lopez, Ndeley Mokoso and Toby Wallace

Poetry Jean Arasanayagam, Cyril Dabydeen, David Dabydeen and John Haynes

Interviews Ama Ata Aidoo and Kojo Laing

Reviews Steward Brown's Zinder, Caryl Phillips's The European Tribe and Wole Soyinka's Requiem for a Futurologist

and more...

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