In this conversation recorded at Afrori Books on 6th June, Carolyn, Vy, Vedrana and Molly reflect on the importance of the project and our partnership.
This post will be updated and expanded over the next month as we reflect on the project. In the meantime we share some photos from the events: Project Launch In our first Book Club, we talked about Hannah Azieb Pool’s… Continue Reading →
Tackling Whiteness as a decolonizing task in contemporary criminology- Recording of the talk Tackling Whiteness as a decolonizing task in contemporary criminology Presenter: Rod Earle, Open University Where: room WB 115 Watson Building, University of Brighton, Falmer campus, BN1 9PH…. Continue Reading →
Please join us for the Ignite AHRC funded community partnership project launch next Tuesday 14th March at the Asa Briggs Foyer at 12.30. Please feel free circulate to your students who may be interested. This project, in partnership with Afrori… Continue Reading →
It’s been a busy year for us (more on this in a future blog), but we are back with our 2022-23 DeCol Seminar Series. We were so happy to welcome in person our first speaker Wanda Canton who gave a… Continue Reading →
The Black and Asian British Women’s Writing conference hosted by the University of Brighton and in partnership with New Writing South promised to bring together all of my interests in one weekend. Speculative fiction, unbelonging and identity politics, publishing and… Continue Reading →
Upon entering Afrori Books, you immediately feel as though you’ve stepped into a nurtured and cherished safe space. The store stands as a homely retreat from the expeditious bustle of the North Laines and the sleek yet vibrant shop with… Continue Reading →
Conference Programme for Common Threads: Black and Asian British Women’s Writing International Conference- 21st -23rd July 2022 is available here COMMON THREADS FINAL PROGRAMME