Date(s) - Monday, 27th January
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Five Leaves Bookshop
The short essay, Discourse on Colonialism was first published in French in 1955 and influenced a generation of scholars and activists in the liberation struggles in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Twenty years later, when published in English, it inspired a generation engaged in the Civil Rights, Black Panther and anti-war movements.
This session is introduced by Deanne Bell from Nottingham Trent University, who is part of the “What is Decoloniality?” project.
Five Leaves open book group discusses fiction and non-fiction, and is open to all to either attend one particular book discussion, come every now and again, or come every time! As well as our monthly general group, in 2020 we will have a Nottingham reading group and, like this one, a book group “extra” every now and again for weighty and topical subjects.
Book group books are available in advance at 15% discount, but we don’t mind how you source the books. All we ask is that you read the book in advance and take part in the discussion.
Free, refreshments provided. Please let us know you are coming on firstname.lastname@example.org