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Keeping the Narrative Alive: Reading and Writing the Arab Spring

Date: 17 October 2012 Time: 5.00 pm

Venue: LICA Event Studio A27

Lancaster University, Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research

Keeping the Narrative Alive: Reading and Writing the Arab Spring - Roger Bromley's Inaugural Lecture,

Wednesday 17th October, 5.00pm - LICA Event Studio A27

"It has been repeatedly said that the Occupy movement has 'changed the conversation' but the Arab Spring has done this and more by developing new and sustainable cultural rhythms through poetry, story, theatre, song, cartoon, hip-hop, blog and tweet, both local and global in their impact."

Event website: http://www.transculturalwriting.com

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