Events - Past Events
NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES ANNUAL MEETING
Announcing the 2019 NACBS Conference!
2019 MAC Conference and Annual General Meeting
The 2019 MAC Conference and Annual General Meeting will take place in Fort-de-France, Martinique from Nov. 12-16, 2019.
Critical Heritage Studies: Current Discourses and Global Challenges
We invite academic and professional colleagues, as well as students and others interested persons, to take part in a two-day symposium arranged by the Centre of Critical Heritage Studies, Gothenburg / London. The symposium will address Current Discourses and Global Challenges in four sessions mobilizing topical approaches to critical heritage issues.
Twelfth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum
The Twelfth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum features research addressing the following annual themes:
THEME 1: VISITORS
THEME 2: COLLECTIONS
THEME 3: REPRESENTATIONS
Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora 10th Biennial Conference
The year 2019 marks the four hundredth anniversary of the origins of slavery in what became the United States with the arrival of approximately twenty Africans in modern-day Jamestown, Virginia in August 1619.
Annual Walter Rodney Lecture
"Living with a Legacy: My Journey with Walter Rodney"
Unlocking Caribbean Memory
Unlocking Caribbean Memory: Uncovering New Records, Discovering New Archives
An Acdemic Interdisiplinary Symposium on Archives & Records to be held at the UWI Regional Headquarters Building, Jamaica; including the launch of the Book, "Decolonizing the Caribbean Record: An Archives Reader".
Slavery and the City of London
Freedom has been central to the identity of the City of London for centuries. But from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth centuries, the African Slave Trade and Plantation Slavery in the Americas were key to London’s banking, insurance, shipping, manufacturing, commodity trades with Europe, gold and silver supply in London, and later merchant banks like Barings, Schroeder and Kleinwort.
The Games We Played
Exhibition: The Games We Played.
Date: 28th Oct. 2019 – 10th Jan. 2020
Mon. - Fri. 09:00 - 5:00 Sat. 09:00- 1:00
Venue: The Museum Exhibition Center.
Re-Scape Colloquium Water Heritage and the SDGs
For this edition of the Re-scape colloquium we have invited Dr. Debjani Bhattacharyya, Assistant Professor at the Department of History, Drexel University, USA. Professor Bhattacharyya is author of Empire and Ecology in the Bengal Delta (Cambridge University Press, 2018).