Caroline Lucas | Another England

Fri 19 Apr 2024 | 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Caroline Lucas
Melissa Benn
Caroline Lucas - Another England

Caroline Lucas wants to reclaim Englishness from right-wing cheerleaders of isolationism and imperial nostalgia. Lucas makes a compelling and passionate case for who we are: outlining the English people’s radical inclusivity, their ancient commitment to the natural world, and their long struggle to win rights for all. She explores an alternative Englishness – one that might teach us about the legacies of Empire, the benefits of migration, and the accelerating climate emergency. In conversation with Melissa Benn, Lucas will offer an Englishness that progressives can embrace to build a fairer future for all. 

Venue: TTP Stage (Cambridge Union) & Livestream

Duration: 1 hour

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Author biography

Caroline Lucas is the MP for Brighton Pavilion, and is the UK’s first and only Green Party MP. First elected to parliament in 2010, Caroline also served as leader of the Green Party of England and Wales from 2008 to 2012, and co-leader from 2016 to 2018. She holds a PhD in English from the University of Exeter, where her dissertation was on the role of women readers in Elizabethan literature.  

Chair Biography

Melissa Benn is a writer, journalist, and campaigner. As a freelance writer, her essays and journalism have appeared in a wide range of publications, including The Independent, The Times, Public Finance, Marxism Today, The London Review of Books, Cosmopolitan, and Public Finance. She is a regular contributor to The Guardian and New Statesman. She has published eight books, including two novels. One of Us, published in 2008, was widely praised and shortlisted for a British Book Award in 2008. In September 2013 she published What Should We Tell Our Daughters? The Pleasures and Pressures of Growing Up Female, an exploration of young women’s lives from the perspective of a mother and feminist in mid-life, which was shortlisted for a Politico’s Book of the Year in 2014.