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Views from the Green

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Exploring race and class with author Caryl Phillips

Caryl Phillips
Caryl Phillips

Recorded July 2, 2008

Caryl Phillips, author of nine novels, several books of non-fiction, anthologies, a travel narrative, and other pieces for radio, television, theater and film, is visiting Dartmouth this summer as Montgomery Fellow. As a visiting professor in the Department of English, Phillips will be teaching the course "Race and Class in Postwar British Fiction." Gretchen Gerzina, the Kathe Tappe Vernon Professor in Biography, and chair of the English department, speaks with Phillips about his work and teaching experiences. Gerzina is also the host of the nationally-syndicated weekly radio show, The Book Show, produced by WAMC.

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