Online roundtable discussion event and Q&A focussing on the portrayal of race and religion in literature.
Can famous figures from literature be identified as Muslim even if they aren’t stated to be? Focusing on the famous works of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights and Shakespeare' Othello, join Warwick's Shahnaz Akhter, and guests including Sue Newby from the Bronte Parsonage Museum, as she hosts a public online discussion into the ethnicity of main characters Heathcliff and Othello. Introducing conversations on race and religion in literature, Shahnaz will also reflect on her experience and conversations with secondary school children on these themes.
Akhter Shahnaz, ESRC Impact Innovation Fellow and an Outreach Officer
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