Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies
In association with Liverpool University Press
Francophone Postcolonial Studies in the 21st Century
Friday 18 & Saturday 19 November 2016
Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Please find attached the provisional programme and registration form for the annual conference of the Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies, at Senate House on 18-19 November 2016. The theme of the conference is ‘Francophone Postcolonial Studies in the 21st Century’
Call for Papers: The Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies
Spring 2018 Special Issue: Law and Literature from the Global South
Guest Editors: David Babcock (James Madison University) and Peter Leman (Brigham Young University)
Deadline for Submissions (approximately 4,000-5,000 words): December 20, 2016
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CfP: available here
The editors of this special issue of JCPCS seek essays that respond to the question: what does it mean to study law and literature from the global south? “Law and Literature,” as a field, has responded in recent years to criticism of ...
Edinburgh Fringe: *NZINGA WARRIOR QUEEN*
Premiered in 2014 and back for another run at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe, Mara Menzies' Nzinga Warrior Queen is the first ever Scottish theatre production to feature a powerful African woman as the protagonist.
Blending dance, live music, and storytelling, it is inspired by the real story of 17th-century Angolan queen Nzinga, who resisted the Portuguese colonisers and successfully kept control of her land throughout her entire life.
4th-19th August (not 10th), Scottish Storytelling Centre, 3pm. More information here.
The Interface between British Contemporary Black and Jewish Cultures
Friday 4 November 2016
University of Reading, UK
Over the past three decades, a considerable body of work has emerged on the interface between Black and Jewish cultures in the United States. In contrast, there has been very little scholarship on Black-Jewish cultural relations in the context of the United Kingdom. To a certain extent, this disparity can be explained by the very different histories of Jewish and Black populations on either side of the ...
Inhabiting the voids of History
A conference on Caryl Phillips
May 23-24 2017
University of Caen, Normandy (ERIBIA)
Call for Papers
This two-day conference on the work of Caryl Phillips will be held in the presence of the author.
Often labelled a neo-slave narrative, Crossing the River is emblematic of an interest in slave history and slave narratives which has manifested itself in recent decades. As such it invites a reflexion on the nature and workings of collective memory, and in particular the socio-historical workings of memory ...
Refugee Literature Workshop
GIS-MOMM Bi-Annual Conference
4-6 July 2017
I would like to invite you to participate to the workshop I am putting together on refugee literature for the next GIS bi-annual conference, taking place in Paris in July 2017.
Before I explain the objectives of the workshop, let me introduce you first very briefly to the CNRS Scientific Interest Group (Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique, GIS) on the Middle East and the Muslim World (Moyen-Orient et Mondes musulmans, MOMM).
GIS-MOMM was created in 2013 as ...
Postcolonial Italy: between Assimilation and Integration Symposium
Adelaide, 23 November 2016
Flinders University and the Australasian Centre for Italian Studies (ACIS) will host a one-day symposium, Postcolonial Italy: between Assimilation and Integration, convened by Luciana d’Arcangeli and Laura Lori, in Adelaide on Wednesday, 23 November 2016 at Flinders in the City, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia.
The keynote speaker will be Kaha Mohamed Aden. Her documentary, La quarta via, will be screened free and open to the community at 6.30pm. The conveners are ...
Writing South Africa Now: a Colloquium, 16th-17th June, 2016
Call for Papers: Writing the South African City
EXTENDED DEADLINE: 19th March, 2016
Hosted by LSE Cities, London School of Economics, in collaboration with the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge
In 2013, it was reported that more than two-thirds of South Africa’s citizens now live in the country’s sprawling urban areas. The Gauteng region alone saw its population swell to some 12 million, an increase of more than 30% in 10 years and more than ...
“Race” and the Academy since 1800
On Wednesday 23rd November 2016, the second Callaloo Graduate and Early Career Researcher workshop will take place at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH). The colloquium precedes the annual Callaloo conference that will begin that evening and end on Saturday 26th November. The theme for the workshop is ‘“Race” and the Academy since 1800’.
We welcome papers from graduate and early career researchers in any field; topics to be covered may include, but are not ...
All that glitters is not gold: Critiques of Globalization in New Zealand and the Pacific
8-9 July, 2016, London (venue to be confirmed in early March)
Extended Deadline for Abstracts, 15 April 2015
With the 2008 Financial Crisis and austerity, protest over the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the refugee crisis in Europe and the spotlight on Australia's inhuman treatment of asylum seekers, the rise of ISIS, the concerted turn to nationalism in the EU, scholarship and public discourse around globalization is increasingly turning away from celebration ...