Pelican Book Club hosts Caribbean Literature Round Table Discussion

Event Date(s): 14/11/2019

Location: UWI St. Augustine, Institute of Critical Thinking Lecture Room 2

The Pelican Book Club hosts the Caribbean Literature Round Table Discussion focusing on raising literary consciousness, reaching for critical acclaim and facilitating new writing.

The discussion will features speakers: Prof. Elizabeth Walcott-Hackshaw, Lecturer and Coordinator of French Literature and Creative Writing, and Dr. Muli Amaye, Lecturer and Coordinator of the MFA in Creative Writing Programme.

Be there on November 14 from 1.30 to 3.30pm at the Institute of Critical Thinking Lecture Room 2.

To RSVP, please email:THEUWIBookClubSTA@gmail.com.

For more information, visit the Pelican Book Club’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/thepelicanbookclub.

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About The Pelican Book Club

The Pelican Book Club is a student led group that was established in 2018 with the main purpose of promoting literature affiliated with the Caribbean region, People of Colour and Social Justice Narratives. Our goal is to create a safe space on campus where cultural awareness and advocacy for all can flourish, while engaging on relevant works of Literature.

About the Caribbean Round Table Discussion

The Caribbean Round Table Discussion was created as means of starting a conversation around the importance of local and regional literature that represents our culture as Caribbean people. This event aims to start a conversation about the importance of supporting our local creatives and bring our fellow writers to the forefront in achieving recognition for their tremendous contributions to the development of Caribbean Literature.


Admission:Free, RSVP required

Open to: | General Public | Staff | Student | Alumni |