In The Address Book, Deirdre Mask illuminates the often hidden stories behind street addresses and their power to decide who counts, who doesn’t – and why.
From the chronological numbers of Tokyo to the naming of Bobby Sands Street in Iran, Mask explores how postcodes, avenues and alleyways have always been connected to class, race, wealth and power.
Interview by lecturer in post-colonial literature Dr Emily Zobel Marshall.
Pre-recorded event. Run time approx. 42 mins. Once registered you can watch the broadcast live or catch up on demand until 30 November.
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- Date: Monday 30th November
- Time: 11:59 pm
- VenueDigital Event
- Digital Event