Workshop 2: Global Conflict and World Literatures, 20 January 2017, University of Bristol – Registration now open!

We are pleased to announce that registration is open for the second workshop in the series ‘Ethics, Affect and Responsibility: Global Citizenship and the Act of Reading’. The workshop will take place from 10:30 am – 5 pm on 20 January 2017 at the University of Bristol.
 
The theme for the second workshop is ‘Global Conflict and World Literatures’. Confirmed academic guest speakers include Dr Zoe Norridge (KCL), Dr Anna Bernard (KCL), Dr Florian Stadtler (Exeter) and Dr Brendon Nicholls (Leeds). Confirmed writers include Billy Kahora (Kwani Trust) and Selma Dabbagh (author of Out of It).
The workshop will include a panel on teaching world literatures and global conflict; reading group sessions; and literary readings and discussion around writing and publishing.
Registration is free but essential. Please email Madhu Krishnan (madhu.krishnan@bristol.ac.uk) by 10 January 2017 to register, listing any dietary requirements.
More information can be found at literaryempathy.org
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2 thoughts on “Workshop 2: Global Conflict and World Literatures, 20 January 2017, University of Bristol – Registration now open!

  1. THis sounds fascinating.. I am currently studying for MSc in PSychology of Education and would love to attend the workshop on 20th January. HOw do I go about registering for fhis?

    REgards,
    Karen Robinson.

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