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London is the Place for me, The James Berry Archive

Hannah Lowe, Myra Barrs, Susanna Howard, Raymond Antrobus and Philip Cowell offer insights into his life and work.


Hannah Lowe, Myra Barrs, Susanna Howard, Raymond Antrobus and Philip Cowell offer insights into his life and work. The archive, which was acquired by the British Library in 2012, includes photographs, manuscripts, diaries, audio-visual materials and poetry notebooks spanning the length of his career. Hannah Lowe will discuss the strategies and nuances of his collection Windrush Songs (2007), which published many years after the real Empire Windrush arrived to Tilbury, evokes a key moment in migration history based on the poet's memories of his journey and arrival.


Speaker(s):

Hannah Lowe | talks
Myra Barrs | talks
Susanna Howard | talks
Raymond Antrobus | talks
Philip Cowell | talks

 

Date and Time:

21 May 2016 at 1:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

British Library
96 Euston Road
London
NW1 2DB

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Tickets:

£5 Students & Registered Unemployed, £6 Seniors 60+, £8 Full Price, Day Tickets £14, £16, £20

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