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  • South Asian Literature Festival this week

    by Sunny
    18th October, 2010 at 6:21 am    

    I should have blogged this before (oops!)

    The inaugural South Asian Literature Festival takes place in London from 15th - 25th October, followed by outreach events in Brighton, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Manchester at the end of October.

    Some events have already taken place, but here are upcoming ones:
    Words Without Borders: Literature in a Time of War
    19 October, Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, London, EC1R 3GA, 4pm
    Acclaimed Pakistani writer Mohammed Hanif along with special guests from the region will offer their perspectives on the effects of war on South Asian writers. Can great literature thrive and new voices be found in this environment? What impact do conflicts have on freedom of expression?

    From Fatwa to Jihad
    19 October, Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, London, EC1R 3GA, 6pm
    An examination of how the rise of terrorism in the last 20 years has led to a curtailing of freedom of expression and civil liberties in the UK. Writer and broadcaster Kenan Malik and journalist Shiv Malik explore multiculturalism, terror, free speech and the “culture of offence” in modern Britain.

    Twin Dynasties
    21 October, Kings Place Hall 2, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG, 7pm
    Two dynasties come together with Nayantara Sahgal and Fatima Bhutto. Nayantara descends from the Nehru family while Fatima is the granddaughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and the niece of Benazir, both former Pakistani prime ministers. Both will meet for the first time and discuss their experiences of growing up in such powerful families.

    More details on their website. I also think @ImanQureshi is live tweeting from all of them…

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    1. sunny hundal

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    1. earwicga — on 18th October, 2010 at 9:38 am  

      Iman’s tweets over the weekend have been really interesting.

    2. cjcjc — on 18th October, 2010 at 12:03 pm  

      Tomorrow’s sounds good though alas can’t go.

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