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    "Scholarly Symposium: No Longer at Ease 1960–2010: Literature, Politics, and the Challenges of Africa at the Crossroads"

    Presented by at Collins Cinema, Wellesley College

    March 6, 2010


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    Chinua Achebe has often described himself as a man of more than one tradition— African and Western, literary and political. This symposium takes the 50th anniversary of his novel, No Longer at Ease, as the point of departure for a multi-disciplinary investigation of African society — and its representation — in the aftermath of colonization, war, liberation, a new wave of democratization, and a new literature to grapple with...

    Chinua Achebe has often described himself as a man of more than one tradition— African and Western, literary and political. This symposium takes the 50th anniversary of his novel, No Longer at Ease, as the point of departure for a multi-disciplinary investigation of African society — and its representation — in the aftermath of colonization, war, liberation, a new wave of democratization, and a new literature to grapple with it all.


    Collins Cinema, Wellesley College

    106 Central Street
    Wellesley, MA 02481

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    Free


    General Day and Time Info:
    9 am- 5 pm


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