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In her 2017 book Popobawa: Tanzanian Talk, Global Misreadings, Prof. Katrina Daly Thompson, Director of the Program in African Languages in the Department of African Cultural Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, examines the curious chimerical bat/creature/ghost/djinn/legend called the Popobawa. I wrote about it in a 2008 article for Fortean Times […]
Ludlow and Marches Humanists: 17 Nov meeting, readings from the First World War
November 6, 2015 — Richard
“IF I SHOULD DIE”: Voices of the First World War across Europe.
With readings given by Anne Davies, Tricia Steynor & Hugh Cullen
Tuesday 17 November 2015, 7.30pm, at The Friends Meeting House, St Mary’s Lane, Ludlow SY8 1DZ.