Hosted by Willson Center for Humanities and Arts
Wednesday, November 17th (7:00p.m.)
Border Literatures is an online reading and conversation series co-curated by the National Library and Professor Nicholas Allen, in association with the Willson Centre for Humanities and Arts at the University of Georgia.
Border Literatures will share diverse literary perspectives on the experience of living in, crossing through, and reflecting on the century that has passed since the partition of the island of Ireland. It will reflect on how ideas of the border find their way into Irish literature as boundaries, markers, departures and returns. Through book reading and conversation, the series will explore how writers have shaped these ideas from their individual perspectives, in order to experience a range of literary representations of the border, from the historical to the contemporary.