[Blackstudies-l] CFP: Caribbean and Diasporic Dialogues in the University - 27-28 June 2016

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Fri Jan 29 09:16:48 EST 2016


*Goldsmiths, University of London, Centre for Caribbean & Diaspora Studies
(CCDS) Conference, 27-8 June, 2016*



*Caribbean and Diasporic Dialogues in the University*



The conference aims to challenge the limited visibility of Caribbean and
Diaspora Studies in many higher education institutions and to interrogate
the ways in which the precarious presence/ absence of indigenised black
thought, currently being highlighted primarily through protest within, for
example, higher education culture in countries like the UK, might be
transformed. The theme of the conference – ‘Caribbean and Diasporic
Dialogues in the University’ – seeks to foster and develop multi- and
interdisciplinary conversations exploring critical, theoretical, historical
and creative questions in a number of related fields that together
contribute to Caribbean and Diaspora Studies.



We are especially interested to move beyond the construct of area studies
‘out there’ and to heighten the transglobal, transnational and postcolonial
present with which Caribbean and diasporic research and arts practices are
already richly conversant. We aim to engage a wide audience of scholars and
practitioners researching these areas from within a range of disciplinary
fields and contexts.



To present a paper: please send a proposed title and abstract (of no more
than 300 words) with a short CV to the conference organizing committee at

caribbean at gold.ac.uk

Abstracts from postgraduates and early career researchers are very welcome.



*Deadline for Abstracts and Panel Proposals*:

Proposal/ Submission Deadline: 7 March 2016



Notification of Acceptance: 23 March 2016



*Submission Types *

• Individual papers: These are academic papers (to be grouped into panel
sessions: each paper not to exceed 20 minutes).



• Project presentations: These are 10–minute presentations of
research/development projects of potential impact on cultural/ pedagogical
practice and the academy. (To be part of a plenary panel).



• Panel Proposals: These must include a description of the panel as well as
4 individual papers (maximum).



Suggested topics (*your suggestions are welcome*) include the following:

-          Poetics/ creolisation poetics globally and the transnational

-          Centralising Caribbean & Diaspora Studies in the Humanities

-          Routes to multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary debate

-          Diasporic Arts practitioners – from practice to archive

-          Race/ Space and the gendered subject

-          Sexualities/ Creating spaces for difference

-          University – Practice and Future

-          Indigenised black writing in Europe/ white university

-          Interrogating and theorizing diaspora

-          The university translating educational activism across space/
diaspora.

-          The poetics and politics of Caribbean visual arts

-          Transnational Performances of Caribbean/ Diasporic identities

-          The Caribbean & the Mediterranean – a comparative/ intercultural
approach

-          Creative practitioners – including hybrid presentations.









*Marl'ene Edwin MA, FRSA *

*Postgraduate Researcher | Churchill Fellow*

*Centre for Caribbean and Diaspora Studies*

*Goldsmiths, University of London*

*New Cross*

*London, SE14 6NW*

*T: 020 7919 7402*

*F: 020 7919 7403*

*E: **m.edwin at gold.ac.uk* <m.edwin at gold.ac.uk>

*W: **www.gold.ac.uk/caribbean* <http://www.gold.ac.uk/caribbean>
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