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Professor Wideman will engage in a conversation with Chelsea Jackson & Field Brown on storytelling, freedom and confinement, policing, fatherhood, the inheritance of trauma and ontological stigma and reflect on his experience as a Rhodes Scholar in Oxford in the 1960s.

Panel

  • Prof John Edgar Wideman (Pennsylvania & New College 1963), Author and Professor Emeritus; second African-American Rhodes Scholar
  • Donald 'Field' Brown (Mississippi & Christ Church 2014), PhD Candidate, Harvard University 
  • Chelsea Jackson (Georgia & New College 2018), Political Scientist, Speaker & Organiser, Cradle Community

 

Moderated by:

  • Leila Kamali, Honorary Fellow, University of Liverpool & Associate Lecturer, Goldsmiths University of London

 

Introduced by:

  • Dr Elizabeth Kiss (Virginia & Balliol 1983), Warden and CEO, Rhodes Trust

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