Lannan Center Readings and Talks Featuring Tope Folarin
On Tuesday, November 30th at 7:00PM ET, join us for a special reading featuring Lannan Creative Writing Visiting Lecturer, Tope Folarin.
About Tope Folarin
Tope Folarin is a Nigerian-American writer based in Washington, D.C. He won the Caine Prize for African Writing in 2013 and was shortlisted once again in 2016. He was also recently named to the Africa39 list of the most promising African writers under 40. Folarin was educated at Morehouse College and the University of Oxford, where he earned two Masters degrees as a Rhodes Scholar. He is the author of A Particular Kind of Black Man (Simon & Schuster, 2019), and is currently the Lannan Creative Writing Visiting Lecturer at Georgetown University and Director of the Institute for Policy Studies.
How to attend
If attending in person:
If you are a Georgetown student, Faculty, or staff member, you must comply with the University’s COVID-19 policies. Please be ready to present your Green GU360 Badge at the door. Masks are required.
If you are experiencing any symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 or test positive for COVID-19, please stay home.
If attending virtually:
We invite all of those who are not members of the Georgetown University community to watch via the live stream.
We will let you know as soon as we can welcome members of the public back to our in-person events. Thank you for your cooperation.
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For more information about this and all Lannan Center Readings & Talks, please visit lannan.georgetown.edu.