Events - Past Events
Cultural Policy & the Creative Economy
You are invited to join us for the second talk in the Department of Cultural Studies' virtual series on "Cultural Policy and the Creative Economy" scheduled for Wednesday, March 31, 2021, from 5.00-8.00 p.m. (see Zoom link below).
International Day of Remembrance of Slavery victims and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Policy Dialogue on Culture in times of crisis: role of cultural, heritage, and tourism sectors in building forward better post-COVID19
International Day of Remembrance of Slavery victims and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
Policy Dialogue on
Culture in times of crisis: role of cultural, heritage, and tourism sectors in building forward better post-COVID19
Slavery and its Legacies at Historic Sites: Memory, Repair and Descendant Engagement
Introductory Roundtable: The research landscape
- Event type
- The World in a Historic House: global connections and collections
- Online- via Zoom
Willemstad, a World Heritage site: A challenge to preserve its built heritage
In his presentation Michael Newton will present the state of affairs and difficulties to preserve monuments in World Heritage City Willemstad. A challenge for both monument owners and authorities with monument protection in their portfolio.
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Building Resilience though the Pandemic
The National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago, in collaboration with the International National Trust Organisation (INTO) invites you to attend a virtual roundtable discussion entitled, Building Resilience Through the Pandemic on Thursday 28th January 2021 at 10am AST.
Webinar: Intro to the Arches Platform, Part 3 Data Technology Concepts
The Arches Team will kick off the new year with the third Webinar in our Introduction to the Arches Platform series. This webinar will explore how the underlying data structure and technologies of Arches help to support better search/discovery, interoperability, and data longevity, and will include more information on data modeling and controlled vocabularies.
"For the Welfare of the Whole People": Heritage Stewardship in Indigenous and Black Communities
Local descendant communities and Indigenous nations continue to be at the center of heritage preservation efforts. While their methods are not always recognized by academic or governmental organizations, they employ innovative, culturally appropriate ways of caring for and keeping alive their heritage in all its manifestations.
Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology 2020
Caribbean Resilience: Psychology’s Response to Historical and Contemporary Disasters
The purpose of the CRCP is to:
IAAR Virtual Symposium Carolina-Barbados Connection
The University of South Carolina, Institute for African American Research (IAAR) has extended an invitation to all interested persons to join them on Friday and Saturday (November 13-14, 2020) as they commemorate 350 years of the Carolina-Barbados connection.The IAAR website will be updated during this week with the titles of the presentations: