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The Oxford launch of Wretched Strangers, a poetry anthology edited by JT Welsch and Ágnes Lehóczky that marks and celebrates the contribution of non-UK born writers to the country's poetry scene.
High Speed Icons of Japan: Planes, Trains and Understanding Japanese Society with speaker Dr Christopher Hood (Cardiff University).
The Poetry Centre is delighted to collaborate with TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) on this discussion with TORCH visiting professor and prize-winning poet Kwame Dawes, which will range widely across a number of critical issues in contemporary African poetry and publishing. Professor Dawes will be joined by JC Niala, Nana Aforiatta-Ayim, and the Poetry Centre's ignitionpress poet Belinda Zhawi.
“But now Japan and America are partners”: A further look into the 1964 special issue of Life magazine about Japan with speaker David Pinho Barros (University of Porto).
A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2019 entry.
Traditional weather forecasting in Japanese fishing communities: Negotiating local knowledge and sense of place, with speaker Dr Giovanni Bulian (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice).
ignitionpress launches the two new pamphlets from Natalie Whittaker and Belinda Zhawi at the Woodstock Poetry Festival. They are joined by ignitionpress poet Mary Jean Chan, whose pamphlet, A Hurry of English, was published earlier this year.
I will always be near you : Spiritualism and the lost child with speaker Dr. Tatiana Kontou
Surge is an award-winning multimedia poetry project dealing with the 1981 New Cross “massacre” – a fire at a birthday party in south London which killed 13 young black people.