9-12 November 2017
Organized by University of the West Indies, Mona Campus in collaboration with the Institute of Jamaica
CFP deadlines: 250-word abstracts and short bio due 1 August 2017; presentation papers due 1 October 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org
The restoration of old, historic, depressed or derelict quarters of cities is a common feature of social, economic, aesthetic and environmental development strategies around the world.
Restoration and regeneration are often used as the basis to catalyse and to chart pathways for economic growth and renewal, to pioneer new sectors of social and economic endeavours, and to cultivate pride and civic feeling in a people’s existential journey. The scholarship and expertise in this area are growing globally and providing governments/policy makers, investors/entrepreneurs, citizens and various publics with knowledge, advice, training/agential capacity, building facilities and skills for urban renewal, regeneration and a multiplicity of possibilities, including imagining and realizing new exciting urban spatial creations alongside the iconising of spaces. Continue reading
19th Annual IFE-ILE Afro-Cuban Dance Festival
Festival Date: 14-19th August, 2017
Conference Date: 17th August, 2017
Place: History Miami Museum, 101 West Flagler St, Miami, FL
CFP Deadline: 31st May 2017
Trinidadian Voices at Pen America
This year two Trinidadian poets will be participating in Pen America’s World Voices Festival.
The Caribbean Memory Project and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture present “Everyday Archive: Caribbean Edition,” a day devoted to archiving the Caribbean.
1 April 2017
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library
515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, New York 10037
From event description:
Do you have archival materials related to and/or from the Caribbean in your personal collection? Bring them into the Schomburg for this fun-filled workshop with The Caribbean Memory Project! Dawn Cumberbatch and Kevin A. Browne will be with us for a day filled of storytelling, document scanning, and archival collection organizing!
RSVP via eventbrite here.
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Children’s and Young Adult Literature of the Caribbean and its Diaspora
The University of Mississippi Press
CFP Deadline: 1 June 2017
Precarious Sovereignty in the Caribbean and its Diasporas
MLA 2018 CLCS Caribbean Forum
CFP Deadline: 15 March 2017
Title of session: Precarious Sovereignty in the Caribbean and its Diasporas
Topics such as migration, maritime and land-based border controls, geonarcotics, environmental disaster, (para)militarism, economic and electoral volatility. Literatures from different languages welcome. Email 250-word abstracts by 15 March 2017 to email@example.com
Visiting Open Rank Professor of African Studies, Caribbean Studies, or Related Discipline
The Program in African and African American Studies at Dartmouth College
Application Deadline: June 2017
Captivity Narratives: Economic Dispossession and the Illusion of Freedom in the Caribbean
The Journal of Caribbean Literatures
CFP Deadline: 22 March 2017
Even in Paradise: A Conversation with Elizabeth Nunez
Poets and Passion- A Caribbean Literary Lime 10th Anniversary Season
Place: BRIC Arts + Media House, 647 Fulton Street (at Rockwell Place), Downtown Brooklyn, NY 11217
Date: 21 March 2017
Latino Museum Studies Program
Smithsonian Institute for Interpreting and Representing Latino Cultures
Application Deadline: 15 March 2017
Memory, Migration, and Decolonization in the Caribbean and Beyond, 1804 to the Present
Institute of Latin American Studies of the University of London
Conference Date: 23-24 May 2017
Place: Institute of Latin American Studies, Senate House, School of Advanced Studies, University of London
CFP Deadline: 17 March 2017
Commemorating 1917: A Discussion of Citizenship and Freedom in Caribbean Literature
Call for submissions to a special section in sx salon: a small axe literary platform
CFP deadlines: Proposals due 1 June 2017 and full articles due 31 August 2017.
Call for Papers