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Call for Papers Juniorresearch Workshop

CfP "Cultures of Resistance? Theories and Practices of Transgression in the Caribbean and its Diasporas"
Location: January 22-24, 2015 at Bielefeld University/Germany
Organizers:  Junior Research Team of the Society for Caribbean Research (Socare)
Deadline for submission of abstracts: July 31, 2014.
Conference Languages: English, French and Spanish

Mitgliedsbeitrag/ Membership Fee

Liebe Socare-Mitglieder,

Convocatoria 2015: La Diversidad Cultural en el Caribe

Del 18 al 22 de mayo de 2015, la Casa de las Américas celebrará el Coloquio Internacional La Diversidad Cultural en el Caribe

Junior Research Workshops

Socare’s biannual Junior Research Workshops provide an opportunity for doctoral and postdoctoral candidates in Caribbean Studies and related fields to present their projects and to engage in interdisciplinary discussions with and receive feedback from both junior and experienced scholars. Their aim is to further the cooperation and networking of researchers within Caribbean Studies both regionally and internationally.  

Call for papers / Appel à contributions

Locating Guyane: a two-day, interdisciplinary conference at the University of London Institute in Paris, 10-11 July 2014

Becas de viaje Díaz-Ayala 2014

The Diaz-Ayala Library Travel Grant provides funding for scholars to travel to FIU to conduct research using the Diaz-Ayala Music collection housed in FIU Special Collections.
The deadline for submittal is March 1st.

Einladung Festvortrag Prof. Matory

Prof. Dr. Kummels und Frau Dr. Claudia Rauhut möchten Sie herzlich einladen, am 11. Februar 2014 am Festvortrag von Prof. J. Lorand Matory (Department of African and African American Studies, Duke University) teilzunehmen.

Titel: "The African Gods of Latin America: the Real-Life 'Fetish' in the Making, and the Critique, of European Theory"

Lesung mit Ruel Johnson

Am 16. Januar findet um 19 Uhr an der Bibliothek Victor Hugo des Romanischen Seminars Heidelberg (Seminarstr. 3, 69117 Heidelberg) eine Lesung mit Ruel Johnson (Georgetown, Guyana) statt. Johnson wird aus seinem Prosa- und Lyrikwerk lesen, das unter anderem das Zusammenleben verschiedenster ethnischer Gruppen sowie  politische Spannungen im zeitgenössischen Guyana thematisiert.

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