[Blackstudies-l] Call for Papers: 42nd Conference of the Caribbean Studies Association (Deadline Extended)

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ivetteromero posted: " The deadline for submissions to the 42nd Annual
Conference of the Caribbean Studies Association—CULTURE AND KNOWLEDGE
ECONOMIES: THE FUTURE OF CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT?—has been extended to
January 15, 2017. [See previous post CSA CFP.] The conference tak"
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*The deadline for submissions to the 42nd Annual Conference of the
Caribbean Studies Association—CULTURE AND KNOWLEDGE ECONOMIES: THE FUTURE
OF CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT?—has been extended to January 15, 2017. [See
previous post CSA CFP
<https://repeatingislands.com/2016/11/20/csa-cfp-culture-and-knowledge-economies-the-future-of-caribbean-development/>.]*

*The conference takes place June 5-10, 2017, at the Melía Nassau Beach
Resort, Cable Beach, Nassau, Bahamas. All proposals must be submitted
electronically via the CSA website (NOT via email—Click here to submit
an abstract
<https://www.eventsforce.net/csa/frontend/xt/token.csp?token=QxCzyKwZtt9wQPEMwxA6428673715974>
by
January 15, 2017).*

*Description *[. . .] The 2017 conference theme—Culture and Knowledge
Economies: The Future of Caribbean Development?—focuses on the shifting
roles of knowledge, culture and economy in the Caribbean while
repositioning the question of “development” historically and in our
contemporary moment. “Development”—understood as the way a society manages
available resources to drive inclusive, equitable and sustainable growth
has often been plagued by narrow economic, technical and public policy
paradigms. This conference asks us to (re)consider what counts as economic
activity, cultural and creative endeavor, and knowledge regimes from the
broad social, cultural, institutional and historic contexts of enslavement,
independence, national debt, globalization and reckonings with nature.

Indigenous and African rooted cultural practices, traditional and artisanal
forms of knowledge, and our human ability (in sports, performing arts,
dance etc) abound across the archipelago whether in music, craft, literary
arts, culinary inventiveness, fashion design, festivals, theater, film,
“bush” medicine, languages and world athletic dominance. CSA’s 2017
conference will be the occasion to tarry on the complex and heterogeneous
cultural and knowledge landscape as offering new and/or different models
through which to (re)imagine and (re)theorize “inclusive, equitable and
sustainable” growth possibilities for the region.

The CSA Conference Program Committee invites scholarly papers, workshops,
and roundtable proposals from individuals spanning the broadest
disciplinary and methodological range whose work directly engages the
conference theme as well as the complexities of the region, particularly in
terms of the intersections of gender, race, class, sexuality, nationality,
religion, etc. CSA welcomes a wide range of participants, from independent
and emerging scholars to well-known scholars, from professionals in
industry, politics, etc. to activists, artists, and community-based
researchers. We are also very interested in workshop and roundtable
proposals that offer in-depth discussion in any of the proposed topic areas
with a focus on viable solutions and applicable models for change.

Fully constituted panels, in particular ones that are multi-disciplinary
and multilingual, will be given first priority. [. . .]

For more information, see https://www.eventsforce.net/
csa/frontend/reg/thome.csp?pageID=3745&eventID=6&traceRedir=2&eventID=6

For additional information or help with suggested topics, submission forms,
author celebration, literary salon, film and arts tracks, and/or
translation, please contact the CSA Program Co-Chairs, Guido Rojer,
Jr., and Okama Ekpe Brook, at program.chair at caribbeanstudiesassociation.org.
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