Irish Caribbean Connections: An Interdisciplinary Conference
University College Cork
22-23 July 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
Irish Caribbean Connections is an interdisciplinary conference that seeks to explore synergies between Ireland and the Caribbean islands. This event follows the vibrant Caribbean Irish Connections conference held at the University of the West Indies, Barbados, in 2012.
INTRODUCED BY JAHAN RAMAZANI
We welcome proposals for papers across the range of disciplines, including but not confined to the following areas:
the performing arts, drama, music, literature, and the visual arts
cultural studies, ...
Mock the Weak: Comedy and the Politics of Representation
14th-15th September 2016, Teesside University/ARC Stockton
Comedy is an ambivalent medium that ranges from the reactionary and conservative to the radical and subversive. It has both a political role in entrenching or overturning existing hierarchies of power, and a psychological one, in giving voice to taboo topics. At a time when questions related to comedy (regarding the limits of free speech, the power dynamic inherent in joking, and the representation of minority groups frequently ...
‘It Ain’t Where You’re From, It’s Where You’re At’: International Hip Hop Studies Conference
Wolfson College, University of Cambridge
23-24 June 2016
Tricia Rose, Brown University
Murray Forman, Northeastern University
The AHRC ‘Performing hip hop Englishness’ project, in collaboration with Wolfson College at the University of Cambridge, is pleased to invite proposals for papers to be presented at the international hip hop studies conference ‘It ain’t where you’re from, it’s where you’re at’.
It ain’t where you’re from:
The line ‘it ain’t where you’re from, it’s where ...
Diasporic Trajectories: Transnational Cultures in the 21st Century The 2016 seminar series, at IASH, 2 Hope Park Square, University of Edinburgh
Diaspora studies is a growing area of research within the broader field of postcolonial studies. Its principal focus is the ways in which the experiences of migrant and displaced communities have been represented in thought, literature and art. With the aim of encouraging underexplored comparative perspectives this seminar series will probe diaspora-related themes in a diverse range of ways. There will ...
The Postcolonial and the Material
May 5 – 7, 2016
University of Augsburg, Germany
Call for Papers
Gesellschaft für Anglophone Postkoloniale Studien (GAPS)
CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
Shoba Venkatesh Ghosh (University of Mumbai)
Bhekizizwe Peterson (University of the Witwatersrand)
For its 2016 conference, GAPS invites panels and individual papers addressing the relationship between the ‘postcolonial’ and the ‘material’ in anglophone literary studies, cultural studies, media studies, and linguistics as well as from transdisciplinary perspectives. Drawing from and exceeding the notion of the material in material culture studies, the conference ...
Trauma as cultural palimpsests: (post)communism against the background of comparative modernities, totalitarianisms, and (post)coloniality, Wroclaw University, 2-3 June 2016
Research Center for Postcolonial and Posttotalitarian Studies, Wrocław University, Call for Papers:
The conference aims to investigate the multiple forms of totalitarian trauma and of the (post-)traumatic transition period in the region. The assessment of the totalitarian pasts has been the object of divisive and partial political debates, themselves, at times, no more than post-traumatic symptoms at the discursive level. The conference aims to ...
Our Own Image: The Legacies of Maori Filmmaking in Aotearoa/New Zealand – AHRC/University of Leeds symposium, November 17th 2015
Postgraduate Student Travel Bursaries
Four travel bursaries are available to attend the above event for postgraduate students whose current or proposed research focuses on topics in Postcolonial Studies, Indigenous/Fourth Cinema and Media.
On Tuesday 17th November 2015, the ‘Our Own Image’ project will hold the first of two hui, or symposia, on the legacies of the pioneering generation of Maori filmmakers that began making films in the ...
Diasporic Trajectories: Transnational Cultures in the 21st Century
IASH, 2 Hope Park Square, University of Edinburgh
Seminar 5, Friday 13th November, 2-5pm
*Prof. David Murphy, ‘The Performance of Pan-Africanism: performing black identity at major pan-African festivals, 1966-2010’
*Dr James Procter , 'Diaspora on Air: Radio and Lyrical Modernity'
Chair: Dr Sam Coombes
The remaining seminars in the series are the following:
Diaspora studies is a growing area of research within the broader field of postcolonial studies. Its principal focus is the ways in which the experiences of migrant and displaced communities have been ...