Michael Brun Is Taking Haitian Rhythms Global by Elias LEIGHT

Michael Brun Is Taking Haitian Rhythms Global

Brun became famous on the EDM circuit, but his upcoming album ‘Lokal’ channels traditional forms like konpa and rara

By ELIAS LEIGHT

Leo Volcy*

After years of releasing singles, the Haitian producer Michael Brun is preparing to release his first album.

Congress of Santa Barbara (KOSANBA) Deadline for Proposals Extended to June 19

Call for Papers: KOSANBA Colloqium XIII
19-21 September 2019
Duke University, Durham NC

Ethics and Aesthetics: Vodou's Commitment to Activism and Change

In collaboration with the Forum for Scholars and Publics at Duke University

Featuring Keynote Speaker Dr. Lorand Matory, Lawrence Richardson Professor of Cultural Anthropology and the Director of the Sacred Arts of the Black Atlantic Project at Duke University

AJS 2019 Call for Abstracts for Panel re: (Histories of) Jews of color & Black-Jewish relationships

I would like to create a panel for AJS 2019 for those interested in any of the following topics which relate to the themes of Jewish-Black relationships and Jews of color (with a gender/sexuality focus).

51st Annual Conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, to be held December 15-17, 2019, at the Hilton Bayfront San Diego in San Diego, California

CFP: Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium - Identity and Belonging

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS  

Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium: Identity and Belonging

Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. Saturday October 19, 2019

Carleton University is happy to announce its second Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium, taking place on October 18 and 19, 2019. This year’s theme, Identity and Belonging, will focus on the thematic priorities that emerged from the roundtable discussions at the first Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium in 2017. 

J. of African Diaspora Archaeology & Heritage, Vol. 7, No. 2 TOC

Our July 2018 issue of the Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage is available online, https://tandfonline.com/toc/yjaf20/7/2?nav=tocList. A table of contents is set out below.

Landscapes of Slavery in Africa
Special Collection of Articles, 
edited by Lydia Wilson Marshall

Introduction: Landscapes of Slavery in Africa,  
by Lydia Wilson Marshall 

CFP: Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium - Identity and Belonging

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS  

Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium: Identity and Belonging

Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. Saturday October 19, 2019

Carleton University is happy to announce its second Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium, taking place on October 18 and 19, 2019. This year’s theme, Identity and Belonging, will focus on the thematic priorities that emerged from the roundtable discussions at the first Somali Studies in Canada Colloquium in 2017. 

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