A one day seminar on the legacies of slavery in the realm of culture organized by the Committee of the Centre for the Study of International Slavery and the School of Journalism, Media and Communication at UCLAN (University of Central Lancashire).
21 May 2010, 12–7pm
Media Factory, ME 220 & 109
University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN)
KEYNOTE: Prof. Lubaina Himid (UCLAN, Preston), “Jelly Mould Pavilions for Liverpool: How to commemorate contribution.“
Prof. Sabine Broeck (University of Bremen, Germany), “Beauvoir and Hegelian Allegory”
Dr. Daniel Williams (University of Swansea, Wales), “‘Our Right to Travel’: Paul Robeson, Internationalism and the
Legacies of Abolitionism.”
Prof. Lisa Merrill (HOFSTRA, New York), “Intermingling Images: Seeing and Acting (Out of) Categories of Racialized identities.”
Dr. Aspha Bijnaar (NiNsee, Amsterdam), “Child in Chains. Growing Up in Slavery, then and now.”
Film screening at the Mitchell & Kenyon Cinema: “Frederick Douglass and the White Negro”.
Further information and the full programme are available from: http://www.uclan.ac.uk/postslavery
The conference is free, but please register your attendance with Anne Eichmann (AEichmann@uclan.ac.uk) by 3 May 2010 latest to be guaranteed a place.
School of Journalism, Media and Communication
University of Central Lancashire
Preston PR1 2HE
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