Refugee Tales - Refugee Week Event

24 Jun 2017 - 2.00PM

Refugee Tales are working with Woking People of Faith, a local interfaith organisation, to host this special event as part of Refugee Week.

The event will comprise of an introduction to the Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group and the important work that they do; a talk by a local Woking Refugee Tales walker who will share their own experience of the walk last year, and will also include readings of stories by David Herd and Josh Cohen.

This is a great way to find out about the Refugee Tales project ahead of the full walk in the following month.

About the readers

David Herd

David Herd is a poet, critic, and teacher. His collections of poetry include All Just (Carcanet, 2012), Outwith (BookThug, 2012), and Through (Carcanet, 2016), and his recent writings on the politics of human movement have appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books, Parallax and Almost Island. He is Professor of Modern Literature at the University of Kent, has worked with Kent Refugee Help since 2009, and is a co-ordinator of Refugee Tales.

Josh Cohen

Josh Cohen is Professor of Modern Literary Theory at Goldsmiths, University of London and a psychoanalyst in private practice. He is the author of several books and articles on modern literature, cultural theory, and psychoanalysis, including How to Read Freud.

Event details

St Dunstan's Roman Catholic Church, Shaftesbury Rd, GU22 7DT
Saturday 24 June from 2pm to 4pm 
Cost: FREE
NO TICKET NEEDED, ALL WELCOME!