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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Dr Maryam Jameela and Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan discuss the importance of imagination and futurity within the context of literature and the politics of social transformation.

Maryam recently completed her PhD on Islamophobia, trauma and power at the University of Sheffield. Suhaiymah is an internationally acclaimed poet and educator who recently published her first collection Postcolonial Banter.

This event took place as part of The Lit Collective Sheffield Online Festival (23–25 July 2020) and is available to watch back below.

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