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Formations: research seminar with Jennifer Leetsch on love and space in contemporary African diasporic women’s writing

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Researcher Jennifer Leetsch talks about her recently published book Love and Space in Contemporary African Diasporic Women’s Writing. This free, online event is a collaboration between NTU’s English Research Seminar series and Formations, an ongoing public events programme in response to Black History Month and the Decolonisation Agenda.

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Event details

Formations is joining NTU’s English Research Seminar series to welcome researcher Jennifer Leetsch who will talk about her recently published book Love and Space in Contemporary African Diasporic Women’s Writing.

The book combines careful literary analyses with in-depth discussions of cultural and socio-historical contexts by considering the world-making powers of the old novel form in the third millennium as well as the formative effect of new digital media.

Booking information

Email Jenni Ramone at formations@ntu.ac.uk to reserve your free place. You will then be sent a link to the Teams meeting and further instructions on how to join.

Formations

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.

Bonington Gallery is part of Curated & Created — NTU's extra-curricular arts programme.

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