We look forward to welcoming all those registered for the 39th Society for Caribbean Studies Annual Conference, next week (1-3 July), at the Drum, Birmingham, UK.
Details of the conference are here
The final programme has now been published – download it from here… Presenters should contact their panel chairs if they have any queries about their presentations.
Click for guidance around travel to the conference, as well as about accommodation and local attractions.
Don’t forget that there will be a pre-conference fundraiser event the day before the conference (30th June), at the Drum: a screening of the Stuart Hall Project, followed by a panel discussion. Tickets are £5 on the door or in advance. More details are here
It’s an exciting line-up and looks as if it will be a thought-provoking few days. See you very soon!
Pat Noxolo, Chair of the Society for Caribbean Studies
On June 30th at 7:30pm, there will be a screening of the film The Stuart Hall Project at the Drum, organised as a fundraiser for SCS
The film tells the story of his life and influence, through the extensive archival imagery and a personal Miles Davis soundtrack matching the agility of Hall’s intellect. It’s an intimate play with memory, identity and scholarly impulse traversing the changing historical landscape of the second half of the 20th century.
A panel discussion will follow the film, featuring Pat Noxolo (SCS), Kehinde Andrews (New Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies), and Marlene Smith (The Blk Art Group).
Members of the public are welcome, as well as those attending the Society for Caribbean Studies Annual Conference, 1-3 July
Tickets are £4 on the door, or can be booked in advance from here…
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