Conversations in Africana Writing: The Literary Voice in Black Brazilian Politics

The Department of Africana Studies at Brown has a rich tradition of counting among its faculty some of the world's great writers – from the late Haitian writer and critic René Belance and playwright Adrienne Kennedy to Ama Ata Aidoo and George Lamming to our current faculty colleagues, Chinua Achebe, Brenda Marie Osbey, and John Edgar Wideman. Conversations in Africana Writing is our unique forum for hosting some of the world’s great literary artists speaking about the significant questions, issues, and concerns of the complex and demanding art of writing. This Conversation on the theme “The Literary Voice in Black Brazilian Politics” features acclaimed Brazilian writers Conceição Evaristo and Eduardo de Assis Duarte joined by Professors Geri Augusto, Anani Dzidzienyo, and Keisha-Khan Y. Perry.

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