Literature from the Caribbean and Bermuda
The first module of this three-module course examined the effects of slavery and colonialism on the early literary output of the Caribbean and Bermuda. Module 2 delves into the writing produced from the 1970s to the 1990s, a period marked by advances but also crippling traumas, old and new. Do the emerging authors reveal a narrowing of the gap between the Caribbean and Bermuda? Or has it become wider? Sign up and continue the exploration.
Join us for Module 2 - Caribbean and Bermudian Milestones 1970’s-1990’s on Wednesday, May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1 from 6pm-8pm at the Bermuda National Library. The cost of this course is $150.
Due to the changes in the Covid-19 protocol, classes will be held in-person at the Bermuda National Library.
We encourage you to sign-up for a free membership with the Bermuda National Library which gives you access to thousands of free titles (including books, ebooks, e-magazines and audiobooks), and other online resources. We can sign you up at the beginning of class, or you can get an online membership if you visit www.bnl.bm .
Module 2 - The Architect’s 1970s-1990’s
Cost for Module 2: $150
To register or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Covid-19 protocol will be in place.