Events - Upcoming
Enigma of Arrival
Cross Currents: First Cayman Islands Biennial
Exhibition Opening of Sea Turtles
Hosted by the Embassy of Argentina in Barbados, artist Jeena Chatrani presents ‘Sea Turtles.' The exhibtion opens with a recpetion by invitation only on February 16th, 2019 at 7pm. Following the reception on February 17th to March 16th 2019, the exhibition will be opened to the public.
Urban Roots of Creative Black Culture: Gender, Music and the Body
A co-sponsored event from the University of Birmingham, "Decolonising the Archives, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers and the Society for Caribbean Studies."
5th Annual Postgraduate Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies
The Society for Caribbean Studies Postgraduate Caribbean Network will hosts its 5th Annual Postgraduate Conference. The conference will offer paper panels, a keynote address from Professor Carolyn Cooper, a presentation from Connie Bell and a panel of experts in Caribbean studies sharing tips and personal experiences of building an academic c
9th Annual Caribbean Fine Art Fair & Symposium
The Caribbean Fine Art (CaFA) Fair Barbados will host five (5) exciting days of art, fashion, music and performance at its 9th Annual Caribbean Fine Art Fair Symposium. Over 40 of the Caribbean's finest visual artists will be featured.
Doctoral Students Open Day 2019 – The Americas Collections
The British Library is home to one of the world’s greatest collections of books, manuscripts, journals, newspapers, maps, philatelic material and sound recordings relating to North and South America and the greater Caribbean.
International National Trusts Organisations (INTO) Conference 2019
The next INTO Conference will be held in March 2019 hosted by the National Trust of Bermuda. The Conference will be held Wednesday March 27th through Saturday March 30, 2019 (the Board of Trustees will meet on Tuesday March 26th). Attendees should plan to arrive on March 26th and to depart on March 31st.
Finance Capital & the Ghosts of Empire: Revisiting Colonial Debts, Extractive Nostalgias, Imperial Insolvencies
The Centre for Global Political Economy and Centre for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies in collaboration with the Reimagining Value Action Lab, Lakehead University, United Kingdom presents on April 5th and 6th, 2019 a two-day symposium.
CFP: Rebellion Resistance and Reparation in the Americas
The seminar proposed is a multidisciplinary one aimed to question the paradigms of resistance, rebellion and reparation in the New World through literature, arts, music, history, sociology, anthropology, economics, and political history.