From Monday 25th March 2019 19:00 to 21:00
As Brexit pushes the UK to redefine its relationships with neighbouring nations, we ask what borders do for us, and whether we need them at all. Daniel Trilling, journalist and author of Lights in the Distance, draws on years of reporting to build a portrait of refuge in a fractured Europe; Prof Sarah Barrow, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Arts and Humanities at UEA, explores borders in Latin American contexts, and Cathie Carmichael, Professor of European History at UEA, shares what we might learn from the history and national identities of the Balkans.
Suitable for ages 16 and above.
Free and open to all.
National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, NR1 1QE