The Māori poet Tayi Tibble from New Zealand and her Swedish-Sami colleague Linnea Axelsson talk about having an indigenous background, standing with one foot in a modern urban life and one in a traditional, ancient one. How has it affected them? They have both written works based on the long history of their people; a history marked by abuses by the colonial powers. When did they discover that they wanted to present their culture in literary form?
The conversation will be moderated by author Andreas Liebe Delsett.
Thursday 25. May
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