Events - Past Events
CALL FOR PAPERS: 45th Annual Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies
CALL FOR PAPERS
45th Annual Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies, 5-9 July 2022,
BARBAD0S – GARDENS OF PARADISE, PAST AND PRESENT
This online lecture by Sir Henry Fraser provides a overview of the historic gardens of Barbados. It begins with an overview of the historic gardens of Barbados mentioned by Sir Robert Schomburgk in The History of Barbados (1848).
The World in a Historic House: Global Connections and Collections Summer Programme
The World in a Historic House: Global Connections and Collections IHR INternational Partnership Seminar Summer Programme 2022. Returning for the academic year 2021/2, this seminar connects academics and heritage professionals working on the global and imperial dimensions of the built environment, with a particular focus on the historic house.
Virtual 9th International Garifuna Conference
The Garifuna Heritage Foundation in collaboration with the UWI Open Campus St. Vincent and the Grenadines presents Virtual 9th International Conference under the theme "Building Resilience: Creating Cultural Capital for Sustainability of the Garifuna Heritage." This event will take place from March 11th - 13th 2022. The keynote speaker will be Mr. Darius Avila - Garifuna Entrepreneur, Belize.
7th Global Reggae Conference
The Institute of Caribbean Studies and Reggae Studies Unit at The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus and the Perry Henzell Estate are delighted to announce the staging of the 7th Global Reggae Conference under the theme ‘Reggae Films, Reggae Icons, Reggae Music’ in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the release of The Harder They Come.
Conference of the Islands - Heritage at Risk
We are delighted to welcome you to the Conference of the Islands.The Conference of the Islands will be held at Wildey House, Bridgetown, Barbados and online between 10.00am - 2.00pm ECT (14.00-18.00 GMT) on 9th & 10th February 2022. Funded by the UK High Commission in Barbados, the conference will find out what local people and organisations believe are the most pressing heritage threats an
Coasts in Crisis: A Digital Exhibition Art After Hurricanes
Coasts in Crisis: Art and Conversation After recent Hurricanes is a digital exhibition featuring art, music, poetry, and conversation from coastal artists in the US and Caribbean who experienced the 2017 hurricane season.
Coasts in Crisis is now a freely accessible curated digital art project that will be launched on November 12th, 2021, at noon EST.
IHR Seminar Series: Unheard Voice of the English Country House
The Institute of Historical Research invites you to Seminar 6: Unheard Voices of the English Country House: In this session some recent work from English Heritage will be presented on Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 11am (Barbados/ Trinidad) and 10am (Jamaica) [presented via Zoom] as part of the IHR Global Partnership Seminar Series.
Cultivating Resilience in Museums & Cultural Heritage Sites
UNESCO training on Museums and Risk Preparedness in the Caribbean
The UNESCO Cluster Office for the Caribbean in collaboration with the UNESCO Regional Office for Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean has launched a project to “Enhance regional cooperation in the fight against illicit traffic of Cultural Property in Latin America and the Caribbean”. Museums in particular need to strengthen the capacities of their staff to ensure the proper