Events - Upcoming
Stuart Hall's Archive: A One-Day Symposium
Stuart Hall (1932–2014), a foundational figure in the British New Left, was a Jamaican-born British intellectual and political activist. He is famous for his tenure as Director of the University of Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, where he pioneered new approaches to studying the interweaving threads of culture, politics, race, and ethnicity.
43rd Annual Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies
The Society for Caribbean Studies invites submissions of abstracts of no more than 250 words for research papers on the Hispanic, Francophone, Dutch and Anglophone Caribbean and their diasporas for this annual international conference.Papers from all disciplines of Caribbean Studies are welcomed.While there is no particular theme for the conference,
Diasporic Dialogues’ conference "Slavery and its Afterlives: Blackness, Representation, Social Justice Vision"
The Centre for Caribbean and Diaspora Studies (CCDS) in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum will host its fourth ‘Diasporic Dialogues’ conference under the theme "Slavery and its Afterlives: Blackness, Representation, Social Justice Vision."
Clothing the Enslaved in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World
Clothing the Enslaved in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World will provide a forum in which to discuss the fabrics used to dress enslaved workers in the Caribbean and British North America between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.
15th International Small Island Cultures Conference (ISIC 15)
The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, the Small Island Cultures Research Initiative and the Sydney Institute of Music (SICRI) and Sound Research, welcome proposals for paper and/or panel presentations from any disciplinary field, as well as from managers and practitioners who are interested in island issues, to the 15th International Small Islan
2019 edition of the film festival – ttff/19 carifesta edition
ICOM Triennial General Conference, Museums as Cultural Hubs: The Future of Tradition
On 1-7 September 2019, Kyoto will be the city to receive some 3,000 participants to the ICOM General Conference. A flood of discussions and exchange of ideas on museum-related issues will sweep the city during the week.
CfP: ICOM Kyoto – International Museum Partnerships and Collaborations
One of the key concepts behind the ICOM 2019 theme of "Museums as Cultural Hubs" is supporting museum collaborations and partnerships.
Living (World) Heritage Cities at the European Association for Archaeologists in Bern
The Centre for Global Heritage and Development organizes a session on archaeological heritage management and governance at the 25th Annual Meeting of the European Association for Archaeologists in Bern.