Call for Panels: Conference on Intersectional Challenges in Afroeuropean Communities, 7-10 July 2021

The 8th biennial conference of the Afroeuropeans Network will take place at Vrije Universiteit Brussel [University in Brussels, Belgium], 7-10 July 2021. The key focus of the discussions at this international, interdisciplinary gathering will centre on 'Intersectional Challenges in Afroeuropean Communities.' CONFERENCE THEMES (AND 'STREAMS') Throughout the four-day programme a wide range of panel presentations,... Continue Reading →

IMD2020: Museums for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

ICOM's theme for International Museum Day (18 May 2020) is "Museums for Equality: Diversity and Inclusion." Dr Gus Casely-Hayford (Director, V&A East in London, UK) was one of several globally influential leaders within the museum sector invited to contribute a Think Piece to mark IMD2020, which is available to read in full via the following... Continue Reading →

Film-maker and installation artist Isaac Julien CBE, RA, in conversation with Professor Louise Yelin

'Virtual' event, hosted remotely (via Zoom), organised by Neuberger Museum of Art On Wednesday 22nd April 2020 the Neuberger Museum of Art will virtually host an artist’s talk, featuring internationally renowned film-maker, installation artist and Academician Isaac Julien CBE RA, in conversation with Louise Yelin, Purchase College professor emerita of literature, and co-curator of the... Continue Reading →

Decolonial Dialogues: A Shared Space for Artists, Activists and Researchers

Decolonial Dialogues is the name of a new WordPress site, established by a group of UK-based, early career social scientists who first met at a workshop on "Decolonising Methodologies" (Friends’ Meeting House, London, 17/10/2019). The event was organised by the Sociological Review Foundation, and convened as a follow-up session to the 2019 Annual Lecture given... Continue Reading →

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