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Month: January 2020

EVENT: Entangled Modernities: New Directions in Settler Colonial and Critical Indigenous Studies

EVENT: Entangled Modernities: New Directions in Settler Colonial and Critical Indigenous Studies

Entangled Modernities: New Directions in Settler Colonial and Critical Indigenous Studies 25-26 May 2020, University of Kent. Keynote Speaker: Alice Te Punga Somerville (University of Waikato) In the last two decades, new methodologies have emerged for analysing the entanglements between European and non-European histories in sites of colonisation. Settler Colonial Studies has emerged as an interdisciplinary project that seeks to move beyond frameworks dominated by questions of race and identity, and towards a transnational analysis of settler colonialism as a…

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SouthHem Seminar Series Feb-April 2020

SouthHem Seminar Series Feb-April 2020

SouthHem Seminar Series 2019-2021 Our seminar series for 2019-2021 has two themes: 1. Indigenous Knowledge-Brokers, Natural History Collecting, and Environment; and 2. Periodical and Media Studies Below is a list of speakers for February-April 2020. Further speakers and details will be added as they emerge. February 2020 Thursday 6 February 2020 Dr. Michelle Keown (University of Edinburgh) “Isles of Voices: The Politics of Representation and Translation in Graphic Adaptations of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Pacific Stories” 4pm, UCD Humanities Institute April…

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