Events - Past Events
Plantations and their Afterlives: Materialities, Durabilities, Struggles
Organization: The Colour of Labour: The Racialised Lives of Migrants
ERC AdG 2015 – 695573, PI Cristiana Bastos
Convenors: Marta Macedo, Irene Peano, Colette Le Petitcorps
Keynote address: Prof. Deborah Thomas, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
The Biennial of Heritage Education 2020 (BEP20) POSTPONED
The Biennial of Heritage Education 2020 (BEP20) - the first Conference of its kind in Italy - inaugurates a series of international meetings in which the global scientific community dealing with heritage education, proposes topics for reflection and future research areas.The conference encourages both research and significant experiences, as well as technological developments and applications s
Slavery and Resistance in Jamaican History | The British Library
A day of practical talks and workshops from leading historians of 18th-century Jamaica, drawing on the uniquely important collections of the British Library
Caribbean Conversations in Conservation, Barbados
Caribbean Conversations in Conservation, POSTPONED
10th Annual Caribbean Fine Arts Fair & Symposium
Join us at the 10th Edition of CaFA Fair Barbados which will be held from March 11-15, 2020 at the Courtney Blackman Grand Salle Gallery & Annex, Tom Adams Financial Center, Spry Street, Bridgetown, Barbados.
VII International Garifuna Conference
VII INTERNATIONAL GARIFUNA CONFERENCE: “Indigenous Caribbean- Rethinking a Strategic Direction for Reviving Garifuna Heritage and Culture through Education”
Living Forward, Looking Back: Museum Practice for Postcolonial Futures
THE COMMONWEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS' 2020 TRIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE WILL EXPLORE ISSUES OF DIFFICULT HISTORIES IN POST-COLONIAL SOCIETIES.
Symposium : Stemming the Tide: Global Strategies for Sustaining Cultural Heritage Through Climate Change
ICOMOS Joins the Smithsonian Institution to Address Climate Change and Cultural Heritage
International Gullah Geechee and African Diaspora Conference
The Charles W. Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Diaspora Studies at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, South Carolina will be holding its second International Gullah Geeechee and African Diaspora Conference on March 4-7, 2020. This year’s theme will focus on the politics and mechanics of digitizing and preserving the African Diaspora.
Caribbean Without Borders 2020: Voices of Change & Resistance
The theme of Voices of Change and Resistance is broadly conceived to welcome presentations of literary, linguistic, pedagogical, and social representations that explore the voices of change and resistance within the Caribbean.
Suggested topics include but are not limited to: