Tagged: Ian Duhig

Via Negativa by Ian Duhig

In advance of the Oluwale Partnership Symposium on 17 April, we publish Ian Duhig’s Via Negativa, remembering David Oluwale. Not circumcellion, beggar, gyrovague but Lagos Christian college boy. Not abbey-lubber but job-seeker. Not City of God but...

Remembering by Ian Duhig

In advance of the Oluwale Partnership Symposium being held at Leeds Beckett University on Friday 17th April, Ian Duhig remembers how he first came to hear about David Oluwale’s story and the mark it left...

Róisín Bán by Ian Duhig

You may remember an article Chris Nickson wrote for us awhile ago, Leeds, Motorway City of the Seventies. The poet, Ian Duhig, wrote Róisín Bán about the Irish workers that the M1 brought up and  the...