"Nationalism, Borders, and Belonging."
|Ellmann Lecture Series: Claudia RankineFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019, 6:30 – 8PM|
Poets Engaged with Nationalism, Borders and Belonging
This year's focus for The Racial Imaginary Institute is "Nationalism, Borders, and Belonging." In an era of resurgent and terrifying ethnic and racial nationalism around the world, how can contemporary writers and artists reimagine the concept of nation itself? What does it mean to belong?
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