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Pablo Fanque in New York, USA & Preston, Lancashire

May 5, 2015

MARCH

2nd - 6th - Rochester, New York

 

 

Heritage Corner's Joe Williams is a guest lecturer in the home town of abolitionist Frederick Douglass, performing a play about Pablo Fanque - The Fishes of Isis. Ironically, the two African icons happened to be in Wakefield, Yorkshire, on the same evening in 1846 - we do not know if they met.

 

 

 

 

 

Different departments at Rochester College were introduced to the themes and research of Heritage Corner. A busy week cementing a partnership with great memories and inspiring exchanges.

 

Professor Timothy Kneeland, history scholar and coordinator of this programme is

 

familiar with Heritage Corner Walks from previous visits to Leeds in partnership with Leeds Beckett University.

 

A student comment on the college blog about Heritage Corner states "...We had a short but powerful history walk with a fantastic guide named Joe. The walk took place at Leeds University... where we learned about major figures as a piece of African history. The campus, covered in history and even grave sites, was beautiful to see and a great way to learn about slavery, freedom, and colonization .."

 

 

 

Dr's - Timothy Kneeland, David Anderson & Shirley Mthethwa-Somers of Rochester College. Downtown Rochester.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PABLO CHARMS SYMPOSIUM AT UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE

 

April 30th

 

In April the Fishes of Isis was also performed to acclaim at Lost Children: The Black Atlantic and Northern Britain – An Interdisciplinary Symposium, at the University of Lancaster. This event also launched Caryl Phillips' latest book.

 

UCLAN site - event write up

 

Professor Alan Rice, film-maker Sikay Tang, myself and novelist Caryl Phillips

 

 

 

 

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