Formations: Land of Hope and Toil Conference
Join Bonington Gallery for a free to attend, online, student-led conference that will explore the diversity of Canadian literature, including migrant and indigenous texts, through talks and workshops. This event is part of Formations, an ongoing public events programme in response to Black History Month and the Decolonisation Agenda.
- From: Wednesday 1 December 2021, 10 am
- To: Wednesday 1 December 2021, 6 pm
- Booking deadline: Wednesday 1 December 2021, 9.00 am
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In this free, online conference, Formations hosts students from Nottingham Trent University’s second year English and Creative Writing module, Literary Cultures, led by Jenni Ramone.
This year students will deliver a conference with contributors from NTU and their collaborative partners, students from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in British Columbia, Canada. Through guest speaker sessions, talks and workshops, Land of Hope and Toil will address the diversity of Canadian Literature, considering migrant and indigenous Canadian literature as well as literature written by English and French language settler communities.
Audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions during the event via social media and YouTube chat.
View the full programme for this online conference.
This event is part of Formations, an ongoing public events programme from Bonington Gallery and NTU's Postcolonial Studies Centre in response to Black History Month and the Decolonisation Agenda. Find out more about upcoming Formations events.