Events - Upcoming
Keeping History Above Water
"Keeping History Above Water: St. Augustine" will explore the impacts of sea level rise on historic coastal and river communities and cultural resources through the lens of time. With the theme of Envision 2050, emphasis is placed on policies, programs, and projects that address the situation in the short-term (defined as 30 years).
The Museum Innovation Forum
47th Preservation Institute Nantucket Program
Officially established in 1972, Preservation Institute Nantucket (PIN) is one of the nation’s oldest, continually operating field school for historic preservation.
VII INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CARIBBEAN
The Center for Caribbean Studies [Centro de Estudios del Caribe] at Casa de las Américas announces its forthcoming VII International Colloquium on Cultural Diversity in the Caribbean. The colloquium, organized around the concepts “Revolution and Rebel,” will take place from May 20 to 24, 2019.
Botany, History and Culture of Cacao
A week-long course under the theme "Botany, History and Culture of Cacao" will be presented by ethnobotanist Jillian De Gezelle.
44th Annual Caribbean Studies Association Conference
Planning the conference from the Circum-Caribbean, but always having the insular territories of the Greater Caribbean on mind, constitutes an interesting and somewhat different challenge. The voice “Caribe” evokes the Indo-American origin that today identifies the region we study.
The 4th Biennial Conference of the IABA Americas Chapter
11th Annual International Charles Town Maroon Conference & Festival
The Charles Town International Maroon will hosts its 11th Annual International Charles Town Maroon Conference & Festival under the theme "Peace." This conference will be held in the town’s Asafu Yard, a sacred space of Maroon dancing and drumming, surrounded by Jamaica’s beautiful Blue and John Crow Mountains.This event intends to offer a unique combination of scho
Ecotones 5 – The Caribbean: Vulnerability and Resilience
An “ecotone” initially designates a transitional area between two ecosystems, for example between land and sea. The “Ecotones” program (2015-2019) is a cycle of conferences which aims to borrow this term traditionally used in geography and ecology and to broaden the concept by applying it to other disciplines in the social sciences and the humanities.
5th Immersive Learning Research Network Conference (iLRN 2019)
The 5th Annual International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network will be an innovative hands-on and scholarly meeting for an emerging global network of developers, educators, and research professionals collaborating to develop the scientific, technical, and applied potential of immersive learning.