Tate Liverpool: In Conversation: Darren McGarvey and Lynsey Hanley

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    Tate Liverpool: In Conversation: Darren McGarvey and Lynsey Hanley



    Dates: 26/06/19
    Times: 18:00 - 19:00


    IN CONVERSATION: DARREN MCGARVEY AND LYNSEY HANLEY
    26 JUNE 2019 AT 18.00–19.00

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    Authors Lynsey Hanley and Darren McGarvey discuss themes of class and social inclusion in contemporary British society

    Join Lynsey Hanley and Darren McGarvey in conversation about poverty, social class and inclusion in modern Britain.

    BIOGRAPHIES

    Lynsey Hanley is the author of Estates: An Intimate History and Respectable: Crossing the Class Divide. She is a regular contributor to the Guardian, the Financial Times and the LRB blog, and is a visiting research fellow at Liverpool John Moores University.

    Darren McGarvey is the author of Poverty Safari: Understanding the Anger of Britain’s Underclass. He is a Glasgow born rapper, social commentator and recipient of the 2018 Orwell Book Prize.