Beyond Borders: Conceptualizing Boundaries, Crossings and Disruptions
The 14th Annual Conference of the North American Levinas Society
Drake University - Des Moines, Iowa
AUTOCHTHONOUS CINEMA AGAINST OCCUPATION
LE CINÉMA AUTOCHTONE CONTRE L’OCCUPATION
February 27, 2019 — La Fémis
6 rue Francœur, 75018 Paris — Salle Demy
February 28, 2019 — INHA
2, Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris — Salle Vasari
1919: The Anticolonial Upsurge
13 March 2019, 18:00 to 19:30
King's College London War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07)
Black women, Feminist Economics and Black Economic Thought: a postcolonial look
September 9th, Centre for Social Studies, 17h
* The seminar will be recorded
Bicentenary of the 1820 Revolution
Lisbon, 12-14 October 2020
you are cordially invited to submit your abstracts for one of the few sessions in Historical Archaeology at the 25th EAA in Bern, Switzerland.
Theme: Global change and archaeology
Session format: Session with keynote speaker and discussion
Title: Reaches of Empire: Historical Archaeology and New - Global - Insights into European Expansion
The multi-faceted history and development of the Catholic Church’s engagements with audio-visual mass media (radio, cinema, television and group media) throughout the 20th century is a crucial aspect of the Church’s sometimes ambivalent and complex dealings with modernity. During the first decades of the 20th century, the Church was initially reluctant to address audio-visual media issues and left this field wide open to laic initiatives. This led to the establishmentof a good number of different radio and film organisations.
In his 2020 MLA theme description, Simon Gikandi asks for a reflection on the role of the humanities in “defining the nature of the human in the face of what appears to be its diminishment.” This roundtable, cosponsored by the MLA Africa Since 1990 forum and the Ecocriticism and Environmental Humanities forum, reframes Gikandi’s provocation
For French and English versions of the CFP, see below.