- Opening Panel Discussion
- Presentation by Sarah Duff
Assistant Professor of History at Colby College.
- Keynote Presentation by Tope Folarin
Novelist, Essayist, and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Policy Studies.
- Tope Folarin and Sarah Duff in conversation.
- Presentation by Jago Morrison
Reader in English at Brunel University, London.
- Presentation by Ayodeji Ogunnaike
Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Bowdoin College.
Resources from Speakers
- Emily Duff Presentation: The Novel and the World
- Tope Folarin Presentation: The Legacy of Chinua Achebe
- Jago Morrison Presentation: Why Things Fall Apart is One of the Most Important Novels of the 20th Century
- Ayodeji Ogunnaike Presentation: No Condition is Permanent
- Video: Chinua Achebe interviewed by Lewis Nkosi and Wole Soyinka
Interview by Lewis Nkosi and Wole Soyinka
Essays by Chinua Achebe
- The Education of a British Protected Child
- An Image of Africa: Racism in Conrad’s Heart of Darkness
- Teaching Things Fall Apart
- The Igbo World and Its Art
- Thoughts on the African Novel