Symposium on The Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing
From September 28-30th, the Chair of English, Postcolonial & Media Studies and Open University will be co-hosting a unique collaborative Symposium. Compiling the very first Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing, editors Professor Susheila Nasta (Open Univesity) and Professor Mark Stein (Münster) have invited their contributors to a three-day research and cooperation workspace through which the writing process shall be enhanced and productively facilitated.
Public event: An Evening to Celebrate Black and Asian British Writing
On September 29th, the University of Münster’s English Department and Wasafiri, the well-known magazine of international contemporary writing, will be co-hosting a literary reading event to celebrate Black and Asian British writing. The reading will feature authors Mike Phillips, Moniza Alvi, Kerry Young and Gabriel Gbadamosi. The event is open to the public and free of charge. Visitors are warmly welcomed.
Venue: Lecture Theatre JO1, Johannisstr. 1, Münster
Thursday, 29 September 2016 from 6.45pm
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