Artists as Activists – Seminar & Recital (17 Nov 2017)

Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio, Faculty of English 9 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP Malik Al Nasir, British Guyanese poet & activist (protégé of Gil Scott-Heron)   British Guyanese poet and spoken word artist ‘Malik Al Nasir’ (Malik & The O.G’s) discusses how colonialism and slavery destroys identity and disrupts the historical transition of cultural […]

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Cambridge Literary Review: Readings for Launch of Issue 10 (2 Oct 2017)

Launch of Cambridge Literary Review Issue 10 Readings from contributing writers and friends. Please come and join us for an evening celebrating experimental poetry and prose. Dr Laura Kilbride, Dr Rosie Snajdr and Dr Lydia Wilson (Co-Editors of Cambridge Literary Review) and readers including Dr Drew Milne and Dr Alex Houen (contributers to issue 10).

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An Evening of Poetry in Translation (5 June 2017)

7pm, Judith E Wilson Drama Studio, Faculty of English A special evening of poetry in translation with local, UK-based writers, and visiting German poet Ulrike Almut Sandig. Ulrike Almut Sandig was born in Großenhain (GDR) in 1979 and now lives with her family in Berlin. She started publishing her poetry by pasting poems onto lamp […]

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Antony and Cleopatra (Duomuži) (Starting 20 Nov 2016)

Antony & Cleopatra premiered at The Brick in Brooklyn, NYC in August 2016 as part of their Shakespeare in the Theater Festival. We worked on this production for almost a year: 9 months on Skype, 7 weeks in person. The stripped down, 2-man production that we brought to The Brick, and are now taking on […]

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ART/MONEY/CRISIS (29-30 April 2016)

ART / MONEY / CRISIS will bring together leading academics from across the humanities, and it will address artistic responses to financial crisis from the beginning of the twentieth century to today, with a particular focus upon the 2008 crash. Conveners Alice Meyer (University of Cambridge) Claire Wilkinson (University of Cambridge) Steven Connor (University of Cambridge) […]

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