Past Event

Nonfiction Dialogues: Emmanuel Iduma

March 1, 2023
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
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501 Dodge Hall

Writer Emmanuel Iduma in conversation with Writing Program Professor and Chair Lis Harris.

Emmanuel Iduma was born and raised in Nigeria, where he trained as a lawyer. He is the author of the travelogue A Stranger’s Pose, which was longlisted for 2019 Ondaatje Prize. He has contributed nonfiction and criticism to Granta, the New York Review of BooksAperturen+1, Artforum, Best American Travel Writing 2020, Art in America, among other places. His art criticism has been honored with the Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers grant, the inaugural Irving Sandler Award for New Voices in Art Criticism from AICA-USA, and the C/O Berlin Talent Prize for Theory. He received a Windham-Campbell Prize for Literature in 2022. I Am Still With You, his memoir on the aftermath of the Nigerian civil war, was awarded a Silvers Grant for Work in Progress, and is forthcoming in February 2023.

Emmanuel Iduma
About the Nonfiction Dialogues

The Nonfiction Dialogues is an evening literary series in which Professor and Writing Program Chair Lis Harris discusses with distinguished nonfiction writers their work and careers. Recent guests have included Emily BernardPeter GodwinAdrian Nicole LeBlancJelani Cobb, Lacy Johnson, Terese Marie Mailhot, and Maggie Nelson.