From the farthest reaches we came, often at great risk, to make Australia our home. For many, we had only the coats on our backs and the stories in our hearts. Join celebrated writers A.S. Patrić, Alice Pung and Arnold Zable as they discuss the immigrant experience in Australian literature, and explore how notions of home, belonging and difference, influence the way we construct our national cultural identities.
This session is dedicated to the memory of Serge Liberman and will be chaired by Bram Presser.
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