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Pankaj Mishra, David Olusoga and Adania Shibli in conversation with Leonard Benardo

South to South conversations

Cartagena 2024, 

David Olusoga (Nigeria/UK) is a historian, TV presenter, filmmaker, University of Manchester professor and the author of numerous books. In his book Black and British the writer studies the historical past of the Atlantic isles and their relationship with Africa and the Caribbean, in the light of movements such as Black Lives Matter. The essayist and novelist Pankaj Mishra (India) is the author of ten books about postcolonial India and the transformation of south and central Asia in the context of globalization. His most recent publication, Run and Hide, tells the story of Arun, a man who always wanted to escape from the small Indian town where he was born. The Palestinian writer Adania Shibli, PhD in Media and Cultural Studies, is the author of Minor Detail; twice awarded the Young Writer's Award – Palestine awarded by AM Qattan Foundation, for her novels, she has also written for media such as Al-Karmel, Al-Adaab, Iowa Review, Sight & Sound Esprit, La Nouvelle Revue Française (NRF), Le Monde Diplomatique. The authors will talk to Leonard Benardo.

Simultaneous translation from English to Spanish available

Pankaj Mishra, David Olusoga and Adania Shibli in conversation with Leonard Benardo