Equal opportunities and photo opportunities: The politics of representation in the age of diversity with Prof Gary Younge
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Gary Younge is Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester and an award-winning author and broadcaster. Formerly a columnist at The Guardian he is an Honorary Fellow of the British Academy, a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and an Alfred Knobler Fellow of Type Media in the US. His authored books include Another Day in the Death of America (2016) which won the Anthon J. Lukas prize from Columbia Journalism School (Columbia University) and the Nieman Foundation (Harvard University). His most recent book, Dispatches from The Diaspora - an anthology about black life from around the world – is scheduled to publish in 2023.
This event will take place in the SLSJ events space, ground floor.