Call for Papers: Sixth Annual ACGS Conference, 17-18 October 2019, University of Amsterdam. | Around the world, racist discourses, attitudes, and practices have moved from the fringes into the mainstream, putting core democratic values under pressure. Familiar racial orders have resurfaced and reinforced racist borders, both metaphorical and material. The sixth annual conference of the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies (ACGS) invites papers that examine how forms, discourses and practices of racism have materialized in various institutional contexts. | Please submit an abstract (max. 250-300 words) and a short bio (max. 100 words) by 15 May 2019 to email@example.com.
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University of Amsterdam | 10-12 April 2019 | 3 EC. Organized by Divya Nadkarni, Alex Thinius, and Nadia de Vries. Keynote speakers: Jonathan Culler (Cornell University), Annabelle Dufourcq (RU Nijmegen), Nkiru Nzegwu (SUNY Binghamton), Susanna Paasonen (University of Turku).
Symposium at the University of Amsterdam, 5th – 7th June 2019 | Keynote speakers: Sarah Clancy, Jim Hicks, Frank Keizer | Deadline for proposals: 15th April 2019 | Dates: The event will commence in the late afternoon of 5th June and end by early afternoon of 7th June | A collaboration of ‘Contemporary Poetry and Politics’ (FFI2016-77584-P), The Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, The Amsterdam Center for Globalization Studies, and the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis. | Organizers: Cornelia Gräbner (Lancaster University), Joost de Bloois (University of Amsterdam).
Lecture Andres Saenz de Sicilia | 25 April 16:00-18:00 | location to be announced
Sites of Memory – Emerging Memory is a theatrical boat trip about the colonial and slavery history of Amsterdam. Spoken word artists, dancers and visual artists work together with UvA students, bringing history to live with narratives and performances on board of the boat and on shore. The performance is a mix of past and presence, of what we know and would rather forget. The performance will take place between the 20th of June and 7th of July and will be part of Amsterdam Roots Festival. NICA Research Master Students are invited to contribute to this seminar from April 29th through the end of May.
- Climate Realism – Aesthetics and Politics of Climate April 16, 2019
- Decomposition and Deformation: Literature, Film, Philosoph April 12, 2019
- Mediterranean Drifts: The Aesthetics and Politics of Contemporary Art in Greece in the Context of the ‘Refugee Crisis’ April 5, 2019
- Challenging the Sites of Knowledge. Medial and pluri-medial configurations and transformations April 5, 2019
- Moving the Colour Line April 3, 2019