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The Good Immigrant

  • The British Library Euston Road London, England, NW1 United Kingdom (map)

Razia Iqbal chairs a discussion on immigration, race, identity and writing. Buy Your tickets here.

Vahni Capildeo’s latest poetry collection, Measures of Expatriation, speaks of ‘the complex alienation of the expatriate’, and addresses wider issues around identity in contemporary Western society. Writer and academic Eva Hoffman’s publications include Lost in Translation: Life in a New Language, Mike Phillips is the co-author of Windrush: The Irresistible Rise of Multi-Racial Britain and writer Nikesh Shukla recently compiled a crowd-funded book of essays, The Good Immigrant, in which writers explore what it means for our identity if we are immigrants or children of immigrants.

In partnership with the Royal Society of Literature

Earlier Event: November 22
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Later Event: November 23
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